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Transportation Quarterly – 1995

Transportation Quarterly

Winter 1995 Volume 49, Number 1

 

Table of Contents

 

Letters to the Editor

 

Public-Private Partnerships in U.S. Highway Finance: ISTEA and Beyond

Stephen C. Lockwood

 

A Surface Transportation Agency: The Time Has Come

E. Dean Carlson

 

U.S. Maritime: Can It Compete?

Dr. Robert C. Waters

 

Transportation Management Associations: An Update

Erik Ferguson

Diane Davidson

 

ITS – A Revolution in the I-95 Corridor

Hal Kassoff

 

The Trucking Industry in a New Transportation Era: A TQ Interview With ATA’s Thomas J. Donohue

 

Secondary Boycotts – Airlines, Railroads

Frank N. Wilner

 

Measuring Transportation Performance

Reid Ewing

 

Are Drivers’ Manuals Understandable?

Norman A. Stahl

William A. Henk

Ulinda Eilers

 

Making Transit Irresistible: Lessons from Europe

John Pucher

Stefan Kurth

 

Unregulated Taxicabs

Peter T. Suzuki

 

Index of TQ Articles for 1994

 

 

Transportation Quarterly

Spring 1995 Volume 49, Number 2

 

Editor’s Comment

Letters to the Editor

 

In Memoriam: Harold F. Hammond

 

Electric Vehicles: Promise and Reality

Frank Kreith

Paul Norton

DenaSue Potestto

 

Sinclair Weeks Was Right!

Robert V. Delaney

 

Intermodal Freight Transportation, Transload Option

Mary C. Holcomb

Barton Jennings

 

Probing Railroads With AAR’s Harvey A. Levine

 

Incremental High-Speed Rail Issues

Daniel L. Roth

 

Short Line Railroads Performance

Michael W. Babcock

Marvin Prater

John Morrill

Eugene R. Russell

 

Book Review – Mastering NEPA: A Step-by-Step Approach

 

Assessing Norwegian Toll Roads

James Odeck

Trond Skjeseth

 

Evolution of Motor Carrier Contracting

Michael R. Crum

Charles D. Braunschweig

Benjamin J. Allen

 

Transportation Ethics

Barbara C. Richardson

 

Revisiting Highway Speed Limits

David C . Nice

 

 

 

 

Transportation Quarterly

Summer 1995 Volume 49, Number 3

 

Table of Contents

 

Implications of the USDOT Restructuring

Gene Griffin

 

TQ Spotlight: Dulles GreenWay – Breaking the Old Paradigms

Suzanne H. Conrad

 

Intermodalism in Virginia

Stephen C. Brich

Lester A. Hoel

 

Air Transport System Congestion in East Asia

Richard A. Clark

 

Downey on USDOT Reorganization

 

Travel Patterns of Rural Elders

Norman S. J. Foster

Peter C. Damiano

Elizabeth T. Momany

Hermine T. McLeran

 

Clean Air Act SIPs, Sanctions and Conformity

Joshua P. Anderson

Arnold M. Howitt

 

Book Review – The Amtrak Story

 

Land Use and Rail Transit

Phillip J. Shinbein

Jeffrey L. Adler

 

Privatization of Seaports?

Rexford B. Sherman

 

The Economics of Aerospace in Ohio

Charles W. Minshall

Richard W. Buxbaum

Cathy J. Wright

 

An Objective Approach to the Transit Service Contracting Decision

William L. Ball

 

 

Transportation Quarterly

Fall 1995 Volume 49, Number 4

 

Table of Contents

Letter from the Chairman

Letter from the President

 

Should the Federal Highway Trust Fund be Reauthorized

Gabriel Roth

 

Beyond Density, Mode Choice, and Single-Purpose Trips

Reid Ewing

 

Congestion Management Systems: Evaluation Issues and Methods

Thomas J. Higgins

 

Federal Urban Mass Transportation Funding and the Case of the Second Avenue Subway

Matthew J. Lawlor

 

Concurrent Air Quality Analysis Under The National Environmental Policy Act and Transportation/ Air Quality Conformity

Susan Shaheen

Randall Guensler

Francisca Mar

 

Virtual Models in Transportation

David T. Hartgen

 

Factors of Production in a Regulated Industry: Improving the Proficiency of New York City Taxicab Drivers

Bruce Schaller

Gorman Gilbert

 

Air Quality Benefits of Electronic Toll Collection

Mark Sisson

 

Using Strategic Learning Alliances to Develop a Transportation Curriculum

Japhet Nkonge

Milton Glisson

 

The Role of Air Transportation in Tourism Development: A Case Study of the Philippines and Thailand

K. Raguraman

 

Privatizing Vehicle Registrations, Driver’s Licenses and Auto Insurance

John Semmens

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