Understanding the differences between biking and walking to improve planning

U of M explored the key differences between these two groups in order to help planners better track progress toward nonmotorized transportation goals and more effectively address the different needs of pedestrians and bicyclists.

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How do park-and-ride commuters decide where to park?

For many suburban commuters, driving to a transit stop or station and then taking transit to a destination is an attractive option. But the choice of a park-and-ride location is not as simple as it may seem.

Register to attend the 2016 CTS Research Conference!

Join us for a day of discovery and innovation November 3 at the Commons Hotel on the U of M campus.

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Study estimates accessibility to jobs by auto in U.S. cities

A new report from the Accessibility Observatory ranks and analyzes the accessibility to jobs by auto in the 50 largest U.S. metro areas.

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Method pinpoints ‘hot spots’ for bus emissions

U of M researchers have developed a way to identify the exact location of “hot spots” for air pollutants created by transit buses.

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Can in-vehicle signing improve driver behavior, safety?

Researchers at the HumanFIRST Lab tested how in-vehicle signing could be used to alert drivers and modify their behavior.

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