We are all interested in transportation, whether the particular interest is in pedestrian safety, providing supersonic jet service, scheduling mass transit service, building the transportation infrastructure or designing a lightweight automobile. An investigation of a transportation topic should include consideration of the Big Picture, whether or not the researcher intends to cover every angle. Civil, mechanical, aerospace engineering; public policy; and economics are some of the most obvious disciplines - but not the only ones.
This civil and architectural engineering guide provides much of the needed information regarding books, article databases, data sources, standards, tech reports, etc. What follows are a few additional transportation specific resources.
Trip Generation Information
Technical Reports - Governmental and International organizations
UT Research Center
Previously named the Council for Advanced Transportation Studies (CATS) (1972-1979)
Texas Department Of Transportation
Historical Documents from the U.S Department of Transportation Library
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