The May-June 2012 TR News features articles that address the planning, design, operation, and maintenance of pedestrian and bicyclist facilities, as well as efforts to integrate these modes into the transportation system. Articles explore the health benefits of nonmotorized transportation; the business side of bicycling; measuring multimodal mobility; learning from trends in other nations and transferring designs and practices from other nations to the United States; and more.
The May-June 2012 issue of TR News includes the following articles:
Making Way for Pedestrians and Bicycles: Realizing the Environmental, Health, and Economic Benefits
Walking and Bicycling in the United States: The Who, What, Where, and Why
Leveraging the Health Benefits of Active Transportation: Creating an Actionable Agenda for Transportation Professionals
Business Cycles: Catering to the Bicycling Market
Walking and Cycling in Western Europe and the United States: Trends, Policies, and Lessons
Measuring Multimodal Mobility with the Highway Capacity Manual 2010 and Other New Analysis Tools
Research Pays Off: Safety Effectiveness of the HAWK or Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon
The TR News is TRB's bimonthly magazine featuring timely articles on innovative and state-of-the-art research and practice in all modes of transportation. It also includes brief news items of interest to the transportation community, research pays off articles,
profiles of transportation professionals, workshop and conference announcements
, new book notices, and news of TRB activities. Submissions of manuscripts
for possible publication are accepted at any time.
Copies of the TR News may be purchased individually or ordered on an annual subscription basis.
This Summary Last Modified On: 11/2/2012