Travel Survey Methods, Freight Data Systems, and Asset Management 2012
The Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2285 consists of 19 papers that explore culvert asset management practices and deterioration, project-based roadway sustainability rating systems, asset deterioration and life expectancy, steel bridge weld fatigue retrofitting by peening, investment decisions, the effect of pavement roughness on user costs, cell phone samples in studies of walking activity, internet mobility survey sampling biases, the extent to which multimodal trips can be captured and represented in travel surveys, and design and implementation of an internet-based traveler intercept survey.
This issue of the TRR also examines the transferring of telephone-based national household travel surveys to the internet, measurements for future vehicle preferences, design elements of long-distance survey of travel counts, blog mining for examination of tourist travel behavior in Japan, crossing and wait times of commercial vehicles at U.S. border crossings, communication of delays and the economic cost of delays at international border crossings, aggregate freight generation modeling, development of statewide freight flow assignment in Texas, the effect of project-based learning on student learning in transportation engineering.
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