Journal of Transportation and Statistics

Journal of Transportation and Statistics

Index for Volume 4

NOTE: Page numbers refer to the print version of the journal.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A
Accessibility
  competition and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 19-29
  concepts and applications,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 15-30
  definition of,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 16
  gravity-based measures,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 33, 69
  improvements, local employment and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 49-66
  indicators,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 32-36
  modeling,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 31-48
  neighborhood, evaluating,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 67-78
  path-based,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 79-91
  performance measures,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 31-48
  space-time measures,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 1-14, 34, 80
  travel-cost approach,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 33
  utility-based measures,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 35, 69
Accidents
  costs to drivers,
   Vol. 4(1): 87-90, 99-100
  interstate, increased speed limits and,
   Vol. 4(1): 1-26
Air pollution
  costs from highway transportation,
   Vol. 4(1): 91-92, 100
Austin, Texas
  neighborhood accessibility assessment,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 70-71, 76-77

B
Balkin, Sandy
  speed limit increases, fatal interstate crashes and,
   Vol. 4(1): 1-16, 24-26
Baradaran, Siamak
  accessibility performance measures,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 31-48
Bartin, Bekir
  New Jersey highway transportation costs,
   Vol. 4(1): 81-103
Baysian methods
  estimating traffic volumes,
   Vol. 4(1): 27-36
Berechman, Joseph
  accessibility improvements, local employment and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 49-66
  New Jersey highway transportation costs,
   Vol. 4(1): 81-103
Berglund, Svante
  path-based accessibility,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 79-91
Bicycling
  accessibility and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 67-68, 73, 74-75
Box-Jenkins ARIMA time series,
   Vol. 4(1): 13-15
Bronx, New York
   Vol. 4(1): 51-53

C
Cargo transportation
  train waybill data models and statistics,
   Vol. 4(1): 75-79
Carload Waybill Sample,
   Vol. 4(1): 76
Census Transportation Planning Package,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 64
Clifton, Kelly J.
  evaluating neighborhood accessibility,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 67-78
Competition
  accessibility and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 19-29
Congestion
  costs to drivers,
   Vol. 4(1): 87-90, 99-100
  modeling,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 6-8
  transportation management professionals view,
   Vol. 4(1): 51-73
  see also Traffic
Costs
  highway transportation,
   Vol. 4(1): 81-103
Crashes, see Accidents
CTPP, see Census Transportation Planning Package

D
Davis, Gary
  traffic volume estimates,
   Vol. 4(1): 27-38
Demand management
  transportation management professionals view,
   Vol. 4(1): 31-37
Drivers
  congestion and accident costs,
   Vol. 4(1): 87-90, 99-100

E
Employment
  accessibility improvements and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 49-66
Environment
  costs from highway transportation,
   Vol. 4(1): 91
Europe
  accessibility performance measures,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 31-48

F
FARS, see Fatality Analysis Reporting System
Fatalities
  literature review,
   Vol. 4(1): 2-3
  speed limits and,
   Vol. 4(1): 1-26
Fatality Analysis Reporting System,
   Vol. 4(1): 3
Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956,
   Vol. 4(1): 52
Ferguson, Erik
  congestion, demand management, and mobility enhancement,
Vol. 4(1): 51-73
Fontaine, Michael D.
  speed limit increases, fatal interstate crashes and,
   Vol. 4(1): 16-21

G
Goodness-of-fit statistics,
   Vol. 4(1): 75-79
Great Britain
  Planning Policy Guidance 13,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 76

H
Handy, Susan L.
  evaluating neighborhood accessibility,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 67-78
Harris, Britton
  accessibility concepts and applications,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 15-30
Harvey, Andrew
  speed limit increases, fatal interstate crashes and,
   Vol. 4(1): 22-24
Highway transportation
  costs,
   Vol. 4(1): 81-103
Highway Trust Fund,
   Vol. 4(1): 52
Highway user fees
  New Jersey,
   Vol. 4(1): 99-102

I
Infrastructure
  costs from highway transportation,
   Vol. 4(1): 90-91, 100
Intelligent transportation systems,
   Vol. 4(1): 61
Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991,
Vol. 4(2/3): 67

J
Jmtland, Sweden
  accessibility measures applied to,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 83-89

L
Labor supply
  accessibility improvements and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 49-66
Land use
  creating scenarios for cluster analysis,
   Vol. 4(1): 39-49
  data, accessibility analysis and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 73-74
Ledolter, Johannes
  speed limit increases, fatal interstate crashes and,
   Vol. 4(1): 13-16
Lee, Herbert
  train waybill data models and statistics,
   Vol. 4(1): 75-79
Loglinear models,
   Vol. 4(1): 75-79

M
Miller, Harvey J.
  measuring space-time accessibility,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 1-14
Mobility enhancement
  transportation management professionals view,
   Vol. 4(1): 51-73
Motor vehicles
  operating costs,
   Vol. 4(1): 86-87

N
National Bicycling and Walking Study,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 73
National Highway System Designation Act,
   Vol. 4(1): 2, 14
National Maximum Speed Limit,
   Vol. 4(1): 2, 3, 16, 18
Neighborhood accessibility
  evaluating,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 67-78
New Jersey
  highway transportation costs,
   Vol. 4(1): 81-103
New York
  South Bronx,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 49-66
NMSL, see National Maximum Speed Limit
Noise
  costs from highway transportation,
   Vol. 4(1): 92-93, 100

O
Ord, J. Keith
  speed limit increases, fatal interstate crashes and,
   Vol. 4(1): 1-16, 24-26
Ozbay, Kaan
  New Jersey highway transportation costs,
   Vol. 4(1): 81-103

P
Paaswell, Robert
  accessibility improvements, local employment and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 49-66
Portland, Oregon
  sidewalk survey,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 74-75
Path-based accessibility measures,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 79-91
Public transit ridership
  letter,
   Vol. 4(1): v

Q
Qu, Tongbin Teresa
  speed limit increases, fatal interstate crashes and,
   Vol. 4(1): 16-21

R
Railroads
  train waybill data models and statistics,
   Vol. 4(1): 75-79
Ramjerdi, Farideh
  accessibility performance measures,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 31-48

S
Saito, Mitsuru
  creating land-use scenarios,
   Vol. 4(1): 39-49
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit
  customer satisfaction among riders
   Vol. 4(2/3), 71
  employment growth, in relation to,
   Vol. 4(1): 54
School bus ridership
  letter,
   Vol. 4(1): v
Smith, Joshua
  creating land-use scenarios,
   Vol. 4(1): 39-49
South Bronx, New York
  accessibility improvements, local employment and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 49-66
Space-time accessibility
  as indicator,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 34-35
  measuring,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 1-14
Spatial Mismatch Hypothesis,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 53-54, 61
Speed and speed limits
  increased, fatal interstate crashes and,
   Vol. 4(1): 1-26
Spiegelman, Clifford H.
  speed limit increases, fatal interstate crashes and,
   Vol. 4(1): 16-21
Stockholm, Sweden
  accessibility measures applied to,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 83-89
Stokes, Charles J.
  urban transit ridership,
   Vol. 4(1): v

T
Thakuriah, Piyushimita (Vonu)
  introduction to volume 4, numbers 2/3,
   Vol. 4(2/3): v
Traffic
  volume estimates,
   Vol. 4(1): 27-38
  see also Congestion
Trains, see Railroads
Transportation, see specific modes, e.g., Highway transportation, Railroads, Urban transit ridership, etc.
Transportation data
  accessibility analysis and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 74-75
Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 67
Transportation networks
  measuring space-time accessibility in,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 1-14
Transportation planning systems
  creating scenarios for cluster analysis,
   Vol. 4(1): 39-49
Transportation sketch planning,
   Vol. 4(1): 39-49
Transportation system management
  professionals view,
   Vol. 4(1): 51-73
Travel demand management
  professionals view,
   Vol. 4(1): 51-73
Travelers and travel behavior
  space-time accessibility, measuring,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 1-14

U
Urban transit ridership
  letter,
   Vol. 4(1): v

V
Viele, Kert
  train waybill data models and statistics,
   Vol. 4(1): 75-79

W
Walking
  accessibility and,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 67-68, 71-73, 74-75
Wu, Yi-Hwa
  measuring space-time accessibility,
   Vol. 4(2/3): 1-14

Y
Yang, Shimin
  traffic volume estimates,
   Vol. 4(1): 27-38

Z
Zimmerman, Karl
  speed limit increases, fatal interstate crashes and,
   Vol. 4(1): 16-21