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Products

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Product DescriptionUsersProduct BriefProject
Questionnaire on Transportation User BehaviorsQuestionnaire looks at transportation users travel behaviors in markets where ride-hailing services have taken off in terms of use and coverage in the recent years.Transportation researchers, analysts, and plannersBriefB
Microsimulation Models of Continuous Flow Intersections24 microsimulation models of different CFI (Continuous Flow Intersection) geometries and pedestrian-bicycle crossing facilities.EngineersBrief F
Cluster Analysis of Transit AgenciesCluster analysis shows which transit agencies can be grouped as peers based on factors that influence transit ridership.Transit agenciesBriefG
Taxonomy of Shared Mobility Options for HealthcareTaxonomy describes shared mobility options for accessing healthcare. Transit agencies, ridehailing companies, paratransit providers, health care providers, insurers Brief G
Freeway Time-Dependent Incident Capacity ModelModel provides a more accurate estimate of how incidents, such as accidents, impact congestion on freeways. State DOTs, MPOs, Cities and municipalities, researchers, FHWA Operations GroupBrief I
Accessibility MethodologyMethod shows how easy or hard it is for low-income populations to access transit and access employment by transit from different locations (city center, suburban, rural).Regional and local transit agencies, transportation planners, low-income populationsBrief A2
Ridership ModelModel shows how increasing or decreasing the number of bus trips on a route may affect the number of passengers. It also shows the difference in demographics among neighborhoods where transit ridership is declining the most.Regional and local transit agenciesBrief A2
Geospatial ModelModel identifies gaps in transportation services for transportation disadvantaged (TD) populations.Transit agencies, Transportation Network Companies (TNCs)Brief A2
Preliminary Headway Table for Traffic Simulation SoftwareNaturalistic Driving Study (NDS) work zone data was reused to develop new (or update existing) capacity and traffic flow models for work.zones.State DOTs and local transportation agenciesBriefB2
City-level summary of off-street freight
loading zone requirements
Benchmarks provide information on freight loading zone
practices in other communities
Land use planners, Local and state transportation planners, Local businessesBrief C2
Data-driven Approach for First/Last Mile GapsApproach reveals when and where service gaps occur that would benefit from new transit stations or micro-transit hubs.Transit agencies, planners, Transportation Network Companies (TNCs)Brief F2
Transit User Demand Models for First/Last Mile TripsModels show what factors influence individual’s use of TNC’s (ridesharing) in the first and last mile of travel.Transit agencies, planners, Transportation Network Companies (TNCs)Brief F2
Drone Perching MechanismMechanism allows drones to land on vertical or horizontal steel surfaces. U.S. DOT, State DOTs, FHWABrief H2
Real-Time Vehicle Location ModelModel calculates the exact location of vehicles using images captured from cameras mounted on drones.U.S. DOT, State DOTs, FHWABrief H2
Method for Extracting High Resolution Video DataA method to use unmanned aircraft system (UAS), or drone, to collect video 400 feet above the highway, capturing a length of up to 3,000 feet of roadway.ResearchersBrief K2
New Capacity Analysis Method for Ramp Weave Segments & Computational Engine to Exercise the MethodA new method for evaluating operations at freeway weaves that is simpler than the current HCM6 method, consistent across all freeway segment analyses, and adaptable to other types of weaves (B & C) and merge and diverge segments when recalibrated.State DOTs, consultants, researchers who use HCMBrief K2
Cooperative Bypassing AlgorithmAn algorithm to control the autonomous and connected vehicles in a mixed traffic environment. State DOTs and vehicle industryBrief O2
Mixed Corridor Capacity MethodologyA methodology to determine the reaction time of autonomous vehicles and the penetration rate of autonomous vehicles.State DOTs and vehicle industryBrief O2
Transportation Network Design Methodology A method to determine which roads should be built to ease congestion.City plannersBrief O2