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Transportation Quarterly – 2001

Transportation Quarterly

Winter 2001 • Volume 55, Number 1

 

Table of Contents

 

A Message from the Editor-in-Chief: A Look at the “Big Picture”

W. Bruce Allen

 

Optimal Level of Automobile Dependency:

A TQ Point/Counterpoint Exchange with Peter Samuel and Todd Litman

 

Impacts of Traffic Calming

Reid Ewing

 

Continuous Learning Process Model for Work Zone Safety Management

Omar B. Sawaya, Joseph L. Schafer, Athanasios K. Ziliaskopoulos, and Richard A. Raub

 

The Taxi Market in Athens, Greece, and Its Impacts on Urban Traffic

Joannis Golias and Matthew G. Karlaftis

 

Errata: Air Transportation in Sub-Saharan Africa

Abdussalam A. Addus and Anwar S. Khan

 

Transportation Quarterly

Spring 2001 Volume 55, Number 2

 

Table of Contents

 

A Letter from the President – Capacity: The Looming Crisis

Damian J. Kulash

 

Ideas in Motion: The Bicycle Transportation Controversy

John Forester

 

Short Line and Regional Railroad Executives Look at Their Industry

Michael Landry and John Ozment

 

Parking and Pedestrians: Balancing Two Key Elements in Downtown Development

Kent A. Robertson

 

Toward a ‘New Model Railway’ for the 21st Century: Lessons from Five Countries

James A. Dunn, Jr. and Anthony Perl

 

FAST Corridor: A Step Toward the Next Larger Questions

Peter D. Beaulieu

 

Transportation Quarterly

Transportation Quarterly

Fall 2001 Volume 55, Number 3

Table of Contents

 

A Letter from the President: Transportation Leadership

Damian J. Kulash

 

Ideas in Motion: Cycling Safety on Bikeways vs. Roads

John Pucher

 

Car Sharing

C. Kenneth Orski

 

Praxitele: A Transportation Concept

Marie-Helene Massot, Jean-Marc Blosseville and Morgan Mangeas

 

Temporal Patterns of Ethanol Use in the United States: 1981-1998

William D. Warren and Susan Ryan

 

A Euopean Approach to Context Sensitive Design

Nikiforos Stamatiadis

 

 

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