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Engaging Youth to Increase their Transportation System Support, Understanding, and Use

Autumn Shafer
Little is known from research about how to motivate youth to choose non-car mobility, especially specific Portland-area youth. Understanding the current attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors of youth in relation to non-car mobility contributes to the sus ... Read More

The Use of Mt. Mazama Volcanic Ash as Natural Pozzolans for Sustainable Soil and Unpaved Road Improvement

Matthew Sleep
The Klamath Basin, located in Southern Oregon, is a small, rural community with significant agricultural and timber resources. The formation of this community in the early part of the 20th century began with ‘reclaiming’ wetlands for agricultura ... Read More

How Do Stressed Workers Make Travel Mode Choices That Are Good For Their Health, Safety, and Productivity?

Liu-Qin Yang
This proposal integrates the perspectives from transportation and psychology research by focusing on the relations between commuting stress, commuting mode choice, and consequences of such choice for commuters' health, travel safety, and work perform ... Read More

Active and Public Transportation Connectivity between North Temple TOD and Jordan Park River Trail

Ivis Garcia
Christie Oostema
Students in the University of Utah’s Westside Studio researched and developed this project by studying the west side’s history and demographics, conducting surveys and focus groups with residents and performing on-site analyses of infrastructure ... Read More

Travel to Food: Transportation Barriers for the Food Insecure in Tampa Bay

Ann Joslin
Kevin Salzer
In partnership with the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida (USF), the Transportation Innovation Group informed practical transportation solutions aimed at improved food access in Tampa Bay (Hillsboroug ... Read More

Narratives of Marginalized Cyclists: Understanding Obstacles to Utilitarian Cycling Among Women and Minorities in Portland, Oregon

Amy Lubitow
Research has demonstrated that everyday or utilitarian forms of cycling are most likely to generate positive population-level health impacts (Garrard et al., 2012), yet significant deterrents to routine cycling remain, particularly for women and min ... Read More
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