News Releases 2009

MTI notifies the news media of all important developments for the institute.

pdf 12/15/09 Mineta Transportation Institute Publishes Report on the Effect of Transit Oriented Developments (TOD) on Nearby Home Values
pdf 12/04/09 Mineta Transportation Institute Publishes Report on Influence of Service Planning Decisions on Rail Transit Success or Failure
pdf 10/19/09 Mineta Transportation Institute Publishes Report on How to Ease Women’s Fear of Transportation Environments
pdf 09/29/09 Mineta Transportation Institute Publishes Survey Results on “Green” Transportation Taxes and Fees
pdf 09/14/09 Mineta Transportation Institute Publishes Study on Recruiting Candidates into Transportation Careers
pdf 08/27/09 Mineta Transportation Institute Publishes Study on Role of Transportation in Campus Emergencies
pdf 08/24/09 San Jose State University Professors Tsao & Wei Complete a Study on Feasibility of One-Lane Two-Way BRT/Light-Rail Systems and Their Expansion to Two-Lane Systems Requiring Least Right-of-Way
pdf 08/19/09 Ernesto Chavez, Mineta Transportation Institute Graduate Student, Wins American Public Transportation Foundation Award
pdf 08/05/09 Mineta Transportation Institute Publishes Study on Public vs. Private Mobility for Poor People as It Relates to Employment
pdf 07/13/09 Mineta Transportation Institute Offers Professional Certificates In Transportation Security Management
pdf 07/09/09 Rod Diridon, Executive Director Of The Mineta Transportation Institute, Now President Of San Jose Rotary
pdf 06/24//09 Karen Philbrick, PH.D., Is New Director Of Research At Mineta Transportation Institute
pdf 06/22/09 Secretary Norman Y. Mineta To Keynote Graduation Of Masters In Transportation Management Students
pdf 04/15/09 MTI Executive Director Invited to Washington DC for President Obama´s National High-Speed Rail Plan Announcement
pdf 04/08/09 MTI Study Examines How "Smart Growth" Principles Can Be Applied around Airport
pdf 03/09/09 Mineta Transportation Institute Study Finds that People Use Transit Less Often where Crime Rates Are High