VTC researchers Robert Noland, Stephanie DiPetrillo, and Andrea Lubin, working in conjunction with the National Transit Institute, recently completed Identifying Current and Future Training Needs of the Public Transportation Industry (Report 0191) is now available on the FTA Reports and Publications page.
Video Cameras in Access Link Paratransit Vehicles. Patrick J. Szary, Andy Kaplan, Andrea Lubin, Brian Tobin, and Mike Manzella. 49 pages. 2015. The objective of this project is to identify the actual current use of continuous recording in demand response or other public transportation applications in the US, determine the projected costs per vehicle within […]
How does access to cars or transit influence one’s economic outcomes? Michael J. Smart, Ph.D., and Nicholas J. Klein, Ph.D., 43 pages. September 2015 How does access to particular types of transportation influence individuals’ economic outcomes? And do typical “snapshot” approaches to research overlook variations in car ownership over time? Ongoing economic development strategies, and […]
An Evaluation of the “Introduction to Procurement” Course Offered by the National Transit Institute Robert B. Noland, Nicholas J. Klein, Marc D. Weiner, and Orin Puniello, 43 pages. December 2014. An evaluation was conducted of the National Transit Institute’s course “Orientation to Transit Procurement.” This course is designed to provide Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grantees an overview of regulations […]
Exploring Transportation, Employment, Housing, and Location Issues for New Jersey Veterans with Disability Stephanie DiPetrillo and Andrea Lubin, 119 pages. November 2014. Working-age veterans with disability face myriad responsibilities when they seek to rejoin civilian life. They must secure housing and employment while coping with health care concerns and one or more disabilities. Access to transportation – particularly […]
Deka, D., and T. Marchwinski. 2014. “The Revenue and Environmental Benefits of New Off-Peak Commuter Rail Service – The Case of the Pascack Valley Line in New Jersey.” Transportation. 41(1): 157-172. Abstract Although researchers have long argued in favor of off-peak transit service, studies that have empirically estimated its benefits regarding revenue generation, trip diversions, […]
Connecting to Jobs by Connecting to Transit. Andrea Lubin, Stephanie DiPetrillo, and Louis Hoffman. 58 pages. (Client: NJ Department of Human Services) December 2012. During an 18-month period, the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center (VTC) at Rutgers University, in collaboration with the nonprofit, travel training organization NJ TIP Inc., developed, piloted, and refined a transportation […]