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Informal Transportation Use In Urban Communities: Hacking In Baltimore, Maryland
Transportation equity is an increasingly important issue. It is based on the assurance that every person, regardless of race, income or location of residence, has equal access to efficient and affordable transportation. ...
A Comparison Of Household Demographics Relative To Fixed Guideway Transit Catchment In Baltimore City
This thesis examines household demographics near Metro and Light Rail stations in Baltimore City. This thesis used Census data from 1990 and 2000 and MTA 2008 Ridership Survey data in order to see if household incomes ...
A Comprehensive Review Of Motorcycle Crashes In Maryland
This study identifies the recurring or common road characteristics of motorcycle crashes in Maryland from 1998 to 2007. Motorcycle crash data was obtained from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Crash ...
Completing The Street: Revitalizing An Urban Corridor Using A Multimodal Framework
Applying the concept of complete streets to the North Avenue corridor in Baltimore, MD this study looks at the integration of multiple modes on the corridor with the intent of encouraging non-motorized modes and improving ...
Evaluation Of The Impact Of Pavement Roughness On Carbon Dioxide Originating From Vehicles
Several gases originating from the land transportation mode are considered as greenhouse gases (GHG) and therefore are among elements that contribute to global warming. Both the amount and the type of gas emitted depend ...
Terrapin Run: A mockery of 'ad hockery'.