Multimodal

Completed Projects
TitleYearReport #Researcher
TRS: Oversize/Overweight Freight Permitting and Routing Practices2017TRS1704
Casey
Quantifying the Economic Impact of Bicycling: A Literature Review with Implications for Minnesota2013TRS1309
Mitigating Highway Construction Impacts with Transit2012TRS1205
Becker
Potential Benefits to the Freight Industry of Distance-Based Road User Fees2010TRS1008
Linsenmayer
Complete Streets Planning and Design Guidance Document2013N/AGrothaus
ADA Transition Plan for Public Rights-of-Way2011N/AKuehl
Maintenance of Recreational Trails2009N/A
Measure of Truck Delay and Reliability at the Corridor Level20182018-15
Liao
Exploring Walking Tolerance of Transitway Users20172017-29
Cao
Oversize/Overweight Vehicle Unified Permitting Process Phase I20172017-26
Marti
Traffic Impacts of Bicycle Facilities20172017-23
Lindsey
Bicycle and Pedestrian Data Collection Manual20172017-03
Minge
The Minnesota Bicycle and Pedestrian Counting Initiative: Institutionalizing Bicycle and Pedestrian Monitoring20172017-02
Lindsey
Assessing the Economic Impact and Health Benefits of Bicycling in Minnesota20162016-36
Qian
Exploring Strategies for Promoting Modal Shifts to Transitways20152015-49
Cao
The Minnesota Bicycle and Pedestrian Counting Initiative: Implementation Study20152015-34
Lindsey
Bicycle and Pedestrian Data Collection Manual - Draft20152015-33
Minge
Statewide Cycloplan: Bicycle Planning Tool & Participatory GIS20152015-29
Terveen
Travel Behavior Over Time20152015-23
Levinson
Commercial Weight Enforcement Innovation20152015-17
Petersen
Evaluating Twin Cities Transitways' Performance and Their Interaction with Traffic on Neighboring Major Roads20152015-09
Hourdos
Rural and Small Urban Multimodal Alternatives for Minnesota20142014-42
Becker
Using Truck GPS Data for Freight Performance Analysis in the Twin Cities Metro Area20142014-14
Liao
Complete Streets Implementation Resource Guide for Minnesota Local Agencies20132013RIC02
Kuehl
Implications of Modifying State Aid Standards: Urban Construction or Reconstruction to Accommodate Various Roadway Users20132013-31
Noyce
Complete Streets from Policy to Project Guidebook20132013-30
Schively Slotterback
Protocols and Technologies for Monitoring Non-Motorized Traffic20132013-24
Lindsey
Developing a Handbook for Trail Crossing Safety Treatments20132013-23
Noyce
Extending the Twin Cities Cyclopath Tool to Enable Multimodal Routing20132013-19
Terveen
Mitigating Highway Construction Impacts Through the Use of Transit20132013-13
Becker
Investigation of Pedestrian/Bicyclist Risk in Minnesota Roundabout Crossings20122012-28
Hourdos
Potential Benefits of Mileage-Based User Fees to the Freight Industry and Industry Concerns20122012-19
Robinson
Highway Cost Allocation and Determination of Heavy Freight Truck Permit Fees20122012-14
Gupta
Rational for Funding a Feasibility Study for an Automated Rapid Transit Application in the Twin Cities20112011-17
Munnich
Potential Viability of Automated Rapid Transit at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport20112011-14
Munnich
Minnesota Truck Parking Study (Phase 2)20102010-34
Smadi
Analysis of Practical Methods for Counting Bicycles and Pedestrians20102010-06
Papanikolopoulos
Assessing Mn/DOT's Freight Performance Measures20082008-12
Varma
Commuter Bicyclist Behavior and Facility Disruption20072007-15
Harvey
The Safety of Pedestrian and Bicycle Travel in Minnesota: Inventory, Analysis and Prospectus20072007-04
Krizek
Minnesota Value Pricing Outreach and Education20062006-38
Munnich