Resources for the Future policy papers related to urban transportation policy
Works to facilitate the ideal of government as the servant of the people by identifying and implementing strategies to achieve public purposes at a cost that is no higher than necessary. Emphasis is on transportation issues.
Transportation Research Information Services Online, a database produced and maintained by the USDOT Bureau of Transportation and the Transportation Research Board at the National Academy of Sciences.
A nationwide, non-profit public information program dedicated to reducing collisions, injuries and fatalities at highway-rail crossings and on railroad rights-of-way.
Transportation studies at University of California-Berkeley and the other campuses in the UC system.
A collection of travel and trip surveys compiled by the University of Minnesota.
Organizes citizen support for increased use and safety of pedestrian facilities.
Promotes innovation and progress in transportation through research. The Board fulfills this mission through the work of some 200 standing technical committees and task forces that address all modes and aspects of transportation.