|Statement||[by] Frederick F. Frye.|
|Series||National Cooperative Highway Research Program. Report ;, 146, Report (National Cooperative Highway Research Program) ;, 146.|
|LC Classifications||TE7 .N25 no. 146, HE196.5 .N25 no. 146|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||73022642|
The use and management of multimodal transport systems, including car-pooling and goods transportation, have become extremely complex, due to their large size (sometimes several thousand variables), the nature of their dynamic relationships as well Cited by: 2. Sustainable Transportation Systems Engineering, 1st Edition by Francis Vanek and Largus Angenent and James Banks and Ricardo Daziano and Mark Turnquist () Preview the textbook, purchase or get a FREE instructor-only desk Edition: 1. Featuring in-depth coverage of passenger and freight transportation, this comprehensive resource discusses contemporary transportation systems and options for improving their sustainability. The book addresses vehicle and infrastructure design, economics, environmental concerns, energy security, and alternative energy sources and platforms. The TA will assist the government to support the planning and implementation of multimodal passenger hubs inurban areas. It will support development of a multimodal passenger transportation policy through introducingand incorporating international best practices. The TA will develop guidelines and recommendations to supportthe appraisal and development of multimodal passenger hubs with the .
Francis M. Vanek, Ph.D., is Senior Lecturer and Research Associate in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Cornell University, where he specializes in energy efficiency, alternative energy, and energy for transportation. He is the lead author of Energy Systems Engineering: Evaluation and Implementation, Second Edition.. Largus T. Angenent, Ph.D., is Professor of Biological and 5/5(2). The book examines the major characteristics of connected transportation systems, along with the fundamental concepts of how to analyze the data they produce. It explores collecting, archiving, processing, and distributing the data, designing data infrastructures, data management and delivery systems, and the required hardware and software. The comparative advantages behind a modal shift can be in terms of costs, convenience, speed or reliability. For passengers, this involved a transition in modal preferences as incomes went up, such as from collective (public transit) to individual modes (motorbikes, automobiles) of transportation. For freight, this has implied a shift to faster. Frederick F. Frye has written: 'Alternative multimodal passenger transportation systems' -- subject(s): Finance, Transportation 'Metropolitan transportation planning seminars' -- subject(s): Urban.
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