Research In Progress

Topic Project Number
Theoretical Framework and Index of Transportation Innovation in Smart Cities: Early Understanding and Best Practices 1705
Autism Spectrum Disorder and Automated Vehicles 1706
Analysis of Disengagements in Semi-Autonomous Vehicles: Drivers’ Takeover Performance and Operational Implications 1710
Evaluating Alternative Measures of Bicycling Level of Traffic Stress Using Crowdsourced Route Satisfaction Data 1711
Microscopic Simulation, Complete Streets, and Tactical Urbanism Strategies to Enhance Multimodal Transportation in Downtown Jose 1712
How and Where Should I Ride This Thing? “Rules Of The Road” for Personal Transportation Devices 1713
Value Capture to Fund Public Transportation: The Impact of Warm Springs BART Station on the Value of Neighboring Residential Properties in Fremont, CA 1714
Evaluating the Effectiveness of a School-based Intervention on Driving-related Carbon Emissions Using Real-time Transportation Data 1715
Older Adults' Perceptions Regarding Transportation Services in San Jose, CA: Access, Barriers, and Innovations 1738
Urban Goods Movement and Local Climate Action Plans: Assessing Strategies to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Urban Freight Transportation 1796
The Potential for Using Transit Smart Cards to Encourage Regional Transportation and Land Use Integration 1797
A Smart Growth Calculator 1805
From Complete Streets to Complete, Green, and Sustainable Streets 1807
Crime and Harassment on Public Transportation: A Survey of SJSU Students Set in International Context 1810
Promises and Projects: Examining Accountability and Equity in County Sales Tax Measures for Transportation in California 1811
Evaluation of Different Coordinated Ramp Metering (CRM) Systems’ Performance based on Reliability, Efficiency, and Safety Criteria 1812
Impact of Smart Phones' Interaction Modality on Driving Performance for Conventional and Autonomous Vehicles 1813
Will Older Californians Step into Ride-Sharing Services? Evaluating the Potential of Transportation Network Companies to Enhance Multimodal Travel for Seniors 1815
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Transit Access Modes: A Case Study in the San Francisco Bay Area 1816
Congestion-Clearing Payments to Passengers 1817
Harnessing the Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHGs) Mitigation Potential of On-demand Mobility and Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) 1818
Promoting Transit-Oriented Developments (TODs): Policy Options, Strategies and Tools to Facilitate TOD-supportive Land Use/Zoning and Use of Transit- and TOD-generated Land Value Increase to Fund TODs 1819
TOD and Park-and-Ride: Which is Appropriate Where? 1820
Safe Routes to Schools Intersectional Analysis 1821
Estimating Impacts of Automated Shuttles 1822

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