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1515 TABLE 4. Publications of the Transit Cooperative Research Program Research Reports No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 1 E-02 Artificial Intelligence for Transit Railcar Diagnostics, 64 p. (1994) 2 C-02 Applicability of Low-Floor Light Rail Vehicles in North America, 174 p. (1995) 3 B-03 Workbook for Estimating Demand for Rural Passenger Transportation, 124 p. (1995) 4 A-03 Aids for Rail Car Side-Door Observation, 130 p. (1995) 5 E-04 Guidelines for Development of Public Transportation Facilities and Equipment Management Systems, 56 p. (1995) 6 A-02 Users' Manual for Assessing Service-Delivery Systems for Rural Passenger Transportation, 240 p. (1995) 7 D-04 Reducing the Visual Impact of Overhead Contact Systems, 90 p. (1995) 8 F-03 The Quality Journey: A TQM Roadmap for Public Transportation, 80 p. (1995) 9 B-01 Transit Operations for Individuals with Disabilities, 118 p. (1995) 10 A-01 Fare Policies, Structures, and Technologies, 182 p. (1996) 11 C-05 Impact of Radio Frequency Refarming on Transit Communications, 42 p. (1996) 12 A-09 Guidelines for Transit Facility Signing and Graphics, 64 p. (1996) 13 A-08 Rail Transit Capacity, 178 p. (1996) 14 H-04C Institutional Barriers to Intermodal Transportation Policies and Planning in Metropolitan Areas, 212 p. (1996) 15 C-04 Procurement Specification Guidelines for Mass Transit Vehicle Window Glazing, 46 p. (1996) 16 H-01 Transit and Urban Form, Volumes 1 and 2, 452 p. (1996) 17 A-05 Integration of Light Rail Transit into City Streets, 270 p. (1996) 18 A-06 A Handbook for Acquiring Demand-Responsive Transit Software, 82 p. (1996) 19 A-10 Guidelines for the Location and Design of Bus Stops, 218 p. (1996) 20 H-02 Measuring and Valuing Transit Benefits and Disbenefits, 46 p. (1996) 21 B-07 Strategies to Assist Local Transportation Agencies in Becoming Mobility Managers, 142 p. (1997) 22 H-04D The Role of Transit in Creating Livable Metropolitan Communities, 184 p. (1997) 23 C-03 Wheel/Rail Noise Control Manual (distributed through APTA), 212 p. (1997) 24 B-05 Attracting Paratransit Patrons to Fixed-Route Services, 392 p. (1997) 25 F-04 Bus Operator Workstation Evaluation and Design Guidelines, 22 p. (1997) 26 A-07 Operational Analysis of Bus Lanes on Arterials, 70 p. (1997) 27 H-04A Building Transit Ridership, 156 p. (1997) 28 H-04B Transit Markets of the Future: The Challenge of Change, 194 p. (1998) 29 F-05 Closing the Knowledge Gap for Transit Maintenance Employees: A Systems Approach, 56 p. (1998) 30 A-11 Transit Scheduling: Basic and Advanced Manuals, 148 p. (1998) 31 H-07 Funding Strategies for Public Transportation, Volumes 1 and 2, 83 p. (1998) 32 A-14 Multipurpose Transit Payment Media, 132 p. (1998) 33 H-04D(02) Transit-Friendly Streets: Design and Traffic Management Strategies to Support Livable Communities, 72 p. (1998) 34 H-11 Assessment of the Economic Impacts of Rural Public Transportation, 209 p. (1998) 35 H-09 Economic Impact Analysis of Transit Investments: Guidebook for Practitioners, 196 p. (1998) 36 B-09 A Handbook: Using Market Segmentation to Increase Transit Ridership, 194 p. (1998) 37 B-02 A Handbook: Integrating Market Research into Transit Management, 207 p. (1998) 38 C-08 Guidebook for Evaluating, Selecting, and Implementing Fuel Choices for Transit Bus Operations, 164 p. (1998) 39 H-10 The Costs of Sprawl—Revisited, 229 p. (1998) 40 H-03 Strategies to Attract Auto Users to Public Transportation, 105 p. (1998) 41 C-10C New Designs and Operating Experiences with Low-Floor Buses, 103 p. (1998) 42 H-13A Consequences of the Interstate Highway System for Transit: Summary of Findings, 64 p. (1998) 43 C-10A Understanding and Applying Advanced On-Board Electronics, 102 p. (1999)

16 16 Research Reports No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 44 E-02A Demonstration of Artificial Intelligence Technology for Transit Railcar Diagnostics, 72 p. (1999) 45 A-12 Passenger Information Services: A Guidebook for Transit Systems, 52 p. (1999) 46 B-10 The Role of Transit Amenities and Vehicle Characteristics in Building Transit Ridership: Amenities for Transit Handbook and the Transit Design Game Workbook, 240 p. (1999) 47 B-11 A Handbook for Measuring Customer Satisfaction and Service Quality, 212 p. (1999) 48 H-12 Integrated Urban Models for Simulation of Transit and Land Use Policies: Guidelines for Implementation and Use, 31 p. (1999) 49 H-08 Using Public Transportation to Reduce the Economic, Social, and Human Costs of Personal Immobility, 133 p. (1999) 50 B-13 A Handbook of Proven Marketing Strategies for Public Transit, 182 p. (1999) 51 B-08 A Guidebook for Marketing Transit Services to Business, 50 p. (1999) 52 A-17 Joint Operation of Light Rail Transit or Diesel Multiple Unit Vehicles with Railroads, 482 p. (1999) 53 J-08B New Paradigms for Local Public Transportation Organizations, Task 1 Report: Forces and Factors That Require Consideration of New Paradigms, 94 p. (1999) 54 G-05 Management Toolkit for Rural and Small Urban Transportation Systems, 375 p. (1999) 55 B-06 Guidelines for Enhancing Suburban Mobility Using Public Transportation, 81 p. (1999) 56 A-19 Integrating School Bus and Public Transportation Services in Non-Urban Communities, 400 p. (1999) 57 D-06 Track Design Handbook for Light Rail Transit, 352 p. (2000) 58 J-08B New Paradigms for Local Public Transportation Organizations, 59 p. (2000) 59 C-10B Hybrid-Electric Transit Buses: Status, Issues, and Benefits, 98 p. (2000) 60 H-20 Using Geographic Information Systems for Welfare to Work Transportation Planning and Service Delivery, 83 p. (2000) 61 B-14 Analyzing the Costs of Operating Small Transit Vehicles: User’s Guide STVe, 42 p. (2000) 62 B-18 Improving Public Transportation Access to Large Airports, 148 p. (2000) 63 B-20 Enhancing the Visibility and Image of Transit in the United States and Canada, 320 p. (2000) 64 H-15A Guidebook for Developing Welfare-to-Work Transportation Services, 190 p. (2000) 65 A-10A Evaluation of Bus Bulbs, 69 p. (2001) 66 A-18 Effective Practices to Reduce Bus Accidents, 96 p. (2001) 67 C-03A Wheel and Rail Vibration Absorber Testing and Demonstration, 45 p. (2001) 68 F-07 Part-Time Transit Operators: The Trends and Impacts, 134 p. (2001) 69 A-13 Light Rail Service: Pedestrian and Vehicular Safety, 141 p. (2001) 70 A-21 Guidebook for Change and Innovation at Rural and Small Urban Transit Systems, 262 p. (2001) 71 D-07/Tasks 01, 03, 04 Track-Related Research, Vol. 1: Broken Rail Detection, Control of Wheel/Rail Friction, and Wide-Gap Welding Techniques, 108 p. (2001) 71 D-07/Task 02 Track-Related Research, Vol. 2: Transit-Switch Design Analysis (Phase I), 40 p. (2003) 71 D-07/Task 06 Track-Related Research, Vol. 3: Exothermic Welding of Heavy Electrical Cables to Rail and Applicability of AREMA Track Recommended Practices for Transit Agencies, 30 p. (2004) 71 D-07/Task 07 Track-Related Research, Vol. 4: Friction Control Methods Used by the Transit Industry, 108 p. (2005) 71 D-07/Task 08 Track-Related Research, Vol. 5: Flange Climb Derailment Criteria and Wheel/Rail Profile Management and Maintenance Guidelines for Transit Operations, 140 p. (2005) 71 D-07/Task 11 Track-Related Research, Vol. 6: Direct-Fixation Track Design Specifications, Research, and Related Material (& CD 61), 12 p. (2005) 71 D-07/Task 16 Track-Related Research, Vol. 7: Guidelines for Guard/Restraining Rail Installation, 34 p. (2010) 72 A-22 Simulators and Bus Safety: Guidelines for Acquiring and Using Transit Bus Operator Driving Simulators, 60 p. (2001) 73 B-15 Characteristics of Urban Travel Demand (& CD 17), 56 p. (2002) 74 H-10 Costs of Sprawl—2000, 620 p. (2002) 75 B-16 The Role of the Private-for-Hire Vehicle Industry in Public Transit (& CD 16), 81 p. (2002) 76 B-17 Guidebook for Selecting Appropriate Technology Systems for Small Urban and Rural Public Transportation Operators, 73 p. (2002) 77 F-09 Managing Transit’s Workforce in the New Millennium, 146 p. (2002)

1717 Research Reports No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 78 H-19 Estimating the Benefits and Costs of Public Transit Projects: A Guidebook for Practitioners (& CD 18), 144 p. (2002) 79 B-21 Effective Approaches to Meeting Rural Intercity Bus Transportation Needs, 184 p. (2002) 80 A-24 A Toolkit for Self-Service, Barrier-Free Fare Collection (& CD 19), 220 p. (2002) 81 F-10 Toolbox for Transit Operator Fatigue (& CD 21), 234 p. (2002) 82 B-19 Improving Public Transit Options for Older Persons, Volume 1: Handbook, 59 p.; Volume 2: Final Report, 204 p. (2002) 83 B-18A Strategies for Improving Public Transportation Access to Large Airports, 137 p. (2002) 84 J-09/Task 01 e-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Vol. 1: Supply Chain: Parts and Inventory Management, 31 p. (2002) 84 J-09/Task 03 e-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Vol. 2: Application Service Provider Implementation Guidelines, 34 p. (2002) 84 J-09/Task 06 e-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Vol. 3: Using the Internet for Transit Training and Certification (& CD 27), 10 p. (2003) 84 J-09/Task 04 e-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Vol. 4: Advanced Features of Transit Websites (& CD 34), 10 p. (2003) 84 J-09/Task 08 e-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Vol. 5: Concept for an e-Transit Reference Enterprise Architecture, 44 p. (2004) 84 J-09/Task 10 e-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Vol. 6: Strategies to Expand and Improve Deployment of ITS in Rural Transit Systems, 20 p. (2005) 84 J-09/Task 09 e-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Vol. 7: The Successful Adoption of Web-Based Collaborative Software, 66 p. (2005) 84 J-09/Task 12 e-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Vol. 8: Improving Public Transportation Technology Implementations and Anticipating Emerging Technologies, 76 p. (2008) 84 J-09/Task 13 e-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Vol. 9: Transit Enterprise Architecture and Planning Framework, 148 p. (2011) 85 H-24 Public Transit Board Governance Guidebook, 30 p. (2002) 86 J-10B(04) Public Transportation Security, Vol. 1: Communication of Threats: A Guide, 42 p. (2002) 86 J-10B(05) Public Transportation Security, Vol. 2: K9 Units in Public Transportation: A Guide for Decision Makers, 120 p. (2002) 86 J-10B(03) Public Transportation Security, Vol. 3: Robotic Devices: A Guide for the Transit Environment, 23 p. (2003) 86 J-10A(03) Public Transportation Security, Vol. 4: Intrusion Detection for Public Transportation Facilities Handbook, 162 p. (2003) 86 J-10A(02) Public Transportation Security, Vol. 5: Security-Related Customer Communications and Training for Public Transportation Providers (& CD 43), 8 p. (2004) 86 J-10B(02) Public Transportation Security, Vol. 6: Applicability of Portable Explosive Detection Devices in Transit Environments, 36 p. (2004) 86 J-10B(01) Public Transportation Security, Vol. 7: Public Transportation Emergency Mobilization and Emergency Operations Guide, 126 p. (2005) 86 J-10F Public Transportation Security, Vol. 8: Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planning Guidelines for Transportation Agencies (Joint: NCHRP Rep. 525 Vol. 8), 84 p. (2005) 86 J-10C Public Transportation Security, Vol. 9: Guidelines for Transportation Emergency Training Exercises (Joint: NCHRP Rep. 525 Vol. 9), 146 p. (2006) 86 J-10D Public Transportation Security, Vol. 10: Hazard and Security Plan Workshop: Instructor Guide (& CD 64), 208 p. (2006) 86 J-10H Public Transportation Security, Vol. 11: Security Measures for Ferry Systems, 72 p. (2006) 86 J-10G Public Transportation Security, Vol. 12: Making Transportation Tunnels Safe and Secure (Joint: NCHRP Rep. 525 Vol. 12), 182 p. (2006) 86 J-10J Public Transportation Security, Vol. 13: Public Transportation Security Inspections: A Guide for Policy Decision Makers (& WOD 38), 68 p. (2007) 87 H-25 Strategies for Increasing the Effectiveness of Commuter Benefits Programs, 70 p. (2002) 88 G-06 A Guidebook for Developing a Transit Performance-Measurement System (& CD 25), 368 p. (2003) 89 J-06/Task 29 Financing Capital Investment: A Primer for the Transit Practitioner, 172 p. (2003)

18 18 Research Reports No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 90 A-23 Bus Rapid Transit, Vol. 1: Case Studies in Bus Rapid Transit (& CD 31), 54 p. (2003) 90 A-23 Bus Rapid Transit, Vol. 2: Implementation Guidelines, 224 p. (2003) 91 H-26 Economic Benefits of Coordinating Human Service Transportation and Transit Services, 171 p. (2003) 92 A-20A(02) Strategies for Improved Traveler Information, 112 p. (2003) 93 H-21 Travel Matters: Mitigating Climate Change with Sustainable Surface Transportation, 79 p. (2003) 94 A-25 Fare Policies, Structures and Technologies: Update, 232 p. (2003) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 1: Introduction, 90 p. (2013) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 2: HOV Facilities, 127 p. (2006) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 3: Park- and-Ride/Pool, 96 p. (2004) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 5: Vanpools and Buspools, 55 p. (2005) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 6: Demand Responsive/ADA, 52 p. (2004) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 9: Transit Scheduling and Frequency, 41 p. (2003) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 10: Bus Routing and Coverage, 74 p. (2004) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 11: Transit Information and Promotion, 71 p. (2003) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 12: Transit Pricing and Fares, 59 p. (2004) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 13: Parking Pricing and Fees, 60 p. (2005) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 14: Road Value Pricing, 67 p. (2003) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 15: Land Use and Site Design, 140 p. (2003) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 16: Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities, 490 p. (2012) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 17: Transit Oriented Development, 136 p. (2007) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 18: Parking Management and Supply, 86 p. (2003) 95 B-12A Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, 3rd Edition (19-Chapter Series), Ch. 19: Employer and Institutional TDM Strategies, 184 p. (2010) 96 A-20B(02) Determining Training for New Technologies: A Decision Game and Facilitation Guide, 44 p. (2003) 97 J-08B and J- 08C Emerging New Paradigms: A Guide to Fundamental Change in Local Public Transportation Organizations, 110 p. (2003) 98 B-23 Resource Requirements for Demand-Responsive Transportation Services (& CD 40), 42 p. (2003) 99 B-22A Embracing Change in a Changing World: Case Studies Applying New Paradigms for Rural and Small Urban Transit Service Delivery, 27 p. (2004) 100 A-15A Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual, 2nd Edition (& CD 42), 600 p. (2003) 101 B-24 Toolkit for Rural Community Coordinated Transportation Services (with brochure), 448 p. (2004) 102 H-27 Transit-Oriented Development in the United States: Experiences, Challenges, and Prospects, 552 p. (2004) 103 F-11 Public Transportation Operating Agencies as Employers of Choice (& CD 45), 12 p. (2004) 104 H-24A Public Transportation Board Effectiveness: A Self-Assessment Handbook, 46 p. (2004) 105 H-30 and H- 30A Strategies to Increase Coordination of Transportation Services for the Transportation Disadvantaged (& CD 51), 80 p. (2005) 106 H-29A Practitioner’s Handbook—From Handshake to Compact: Guidance to Foster Collaborative, Multimodal Decision Making (& CD 52) (Joint: NCHRP Rep. 536), 68 p. (2005)

1919 Research Reports No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 107 H-25A Analyzing the Effectiveness of Commuter Benefits Programs (& WOD 27), 74 p. (2005) 108 B-26 Car-Sharing: Where and How It Succeeds (& CD 60), 266 p. (2005) 109 E-05 Guidebook for Developing and Sharing Transit Bus Maintenance Practices, 120 p. (2005) 110 J-06/Task 55 Commuting in America III (Joint: NCHRP Rep. 550), 196 p. (2006) 111 H-32 Elements Needed to Create High-Ridership Transit Systems (& CD 66; & WOD 32), 136 p. (2007) 112 D-08 Improving Pedestrian Safety at Unsignalized Crossings (& WOD 30) (Joint: NCHRP Rep. 562), 112 p. (2006) 113 H-28 Using Archived AVL-APC Data to Improve Transit Performance and Management (& WOD 23), 96 p. (2006) 114 C-16 Center Truck Performance on Low-Floor Light Rail Vehicles, 76 p. (2006) 115 A-26 Smart Card Interoperability Issues for the Transit Industry, 99 p. (2006) 116 B-25 Guidebook for Evaluating, Selecting, and Implementing Suburban Transit Services (& WOD 34), 44 p. (2006) 117 D-11 Design, Operation, and Safety of At-Grade Crossings of Exclusive Busways (& WOD 36), 40 p. (2007) 118 A-23A Bus Rapid Transit Practitioner’s Guide (& WOD 39), 242 p. (2007) 119 B-28 Improving ADA Complementary Paratransit Demand Estimation, 104 p. (2007) 120 J-06/Task 59 Racial and Gender Diversity in State DOTs and Transit Agencies (Joint: NCHRP Rep. 585), 52 p. (2007) 121 B-30 Toolkit for Integrating Non-Dedicated Vehicles in Paratransit Service, 59 p. (2008) 122 B-32 Understanding How to Motivate Communities to Support and Ride Public Transportation, 81 p. (2008) 123 H-31 Understanding How Individuals Make Travel and Location Decisions: Implications for Public Transportation, 137 p. (2008) 124 B-31 Guidebook for Measuring, Assessing, and Improving Performance of Demand-Response Transportation, 123 p. (2008) 125 A-28 Guidebook for Mitigating Fixed-Route Bus-and-Pedestrian Collisions, 65 p. (2008) 126 B-29 Leveraging ITS Data for Transit Market Research: A Practitioner’s Guidebook, 82 p. (2008) 127 F-12 Employee Compensation Guidelines for Transit Providers in Rural and Small Urban Areas, 204 p. (2008) 128 H-27A Effects of TOD on Housing, Parking, and Travel, 64 p. (2008) 129 H-34 Local and Regional Funding Mechanisms for Public Transportation, 71 p. (2009) 130 A-27 Shared Use of Railroad Infrastructure with Noncompliant Public Transit Rail Vehicles: A Practitioner’s Guide, 120 p. (2009) 131 G-08 A Guidebook for the Evaluation of Project Delivery Methods (& WOD 41), 102 p. (2009) 132 C-15 Assessment of Hybrid-Electric Transit Bus Technology (& CD 71), 86 p. (2009) 133 B-33 Practical Measures to Increase Transit Advertising Revenues, 112 p. (2009) 134 A-31 Transit, Call Centers, and 511: A Guide for Decision Makers, 100 p. (2009) 135 A-29 Controlling System Costs: Basic and Advanced Scheduling Manuals and Contemporary Issues in Transit Scheduling, 412 p. (2009) 136 B-31A Guidebook for Rural Demand-Response Transportation: Measuring, Assessing, and Improving Performance, 98 p. (2009) 137 A-30 Improving Pedestrian and Motorist Safety Along Light Rail Transit Alignments (& WOD 42), 158 p. (2009) 138 G-10 Estimating Soft Costs for Major Public Transportation Fixed Guideway Projects, 148 p. (2010) 139 F-14 Guidebook for Recruiting, Developing, and Retaining Transit Managers for Fixed-Route Bus and Paratransit Systems (& CD 77), 208 p. (2010) 140 B-35 A Guide for Planning and Operating Flexible Public Transportation Services, 102 p. (2010) 141 G-11 A Methodology for Performance Measurement and Peer Comparison in the Public Transportation Industry, 120 p. (2010) 142 F-13 Vehicle Operator Recruitment, Retention, and Performance in ADA Complementary Paratransit Operations (& WOD 50), 140 p. (2010) 143 B-34 Resource Guide for Commingling ADA and Non-ADA Paratransit Riders, 112 p. (2011) 144 G-09 Sharing the Costs of Human Services Transportation, Vol. 1: The Transportation Services Cost Sharing Toolkit (& CD 86), 80 p. (2011)

20 20 Research Reports No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 144 G-09 Sharing the Costs of Human Services Transportation, Vol. 2: Research Report, 140 p. (2011) 145 H-36 Reinventing the Urban Interstate: A New Paradigm for Multimodal Corridors, 154 p. (2011) 146 C-19 Guidebook for Evaluating Fuel Charges for Post-2010 Transit Bus Procurements, 252 p. (2011) 147 B-37 Toolkit for Estimating Demand for Rural Intercity Bus Services (& CD 100), 196 p. (2011) 148 F-15 Practical Resources for Recruiting Minorities for Chief Executive Officers at Public Transportation Agencies, 52 p. (2011) 149 A-34 Improving Safety-Related Rules Compliance in the Public Transportation Industry, 124 p. (2011) 150 A-33 Communication with Vulnerable Populations: A Transportation and Emergency Management Toolkit, 168 p. (2011) 151 D-13 A Guide for Implementing Bus on Shoulder (BOS) Systems, 118 p. (2012) 152 H-40 Guidelines for Ferry Transportation Services, 160 p. (2012) 153 B-38 Guidelines for Providing Access to Public Transportation Stations (& CD 107), 144 p. (2012) 154 H-38 Developing, Enhancing, and Sustaining Tribal Transit Services: A Guidebook (& WOD 54), 234 p. (2012) 155 D-14 Track Design Handbook for Light Rail Transit, Second Edition, 710 p. (2012) 156 G-12 Guidebook for Evaluating Fuel Purchasing Strategies for Public Transit Agencies, 134 p. (2012) 157 E-09 State of Good Repair: Prioritizing the Rehabilitation and Replacement of Existing Capital Assets and Evaluating the Implications for Transit, 132 p. (2012) 158 B-28A Improving ADA Paratransit Demand Estimation: Regional Modeling (& CD 121), 104 p. (2012) 159 H-43 Transforming Public Transportation Institutional and Business Models, 82 p. (2012) 160 A-37 Paratransit Emergency Preparedness and Operations Handbook, 110 p. (2013) 161 B-36 Methods for Forecasting Demand and Quantifying Need for Rural Passenger Transportation: Final Workbook (& WOD 58), 80 p. (2013) 162 F-16A Building a Sustainable Workforce in the Public Transportation Industry—A Systems Approach, 216 p. (2013) 163 B-40 Strategy Guide to Enable and Promote the Use of Fixed-Route Transit by People with Disabilities, 194 p. (2014) 164 B-42 Community Tools to Improve Transportation Options for Veterans, Military Service Members, and Their Families, 228 p. (2014) 165 A-15C Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual—3rd Edition (& CD 138), 808 p. (2013) 166 H-37 Characteristics of Premium Transit Services that Affect Choice of Mode, 398 p. (2014) 167 H-42 Making Effective Fixed-Guideway Transit Investments: Indicators of Success, 262 p. (2014) 168 B-41 Travel Training for Older Adults, Part I: A Handbook, 81 p. (2014) 168 B-41 Travel Training for Older Adults, Part II: Research Report and Case Studies, 114 p. (2014) 169 F-17 Developing Best-Practices Guidelines for Improving Bus Operator Health and Retention, 315 p. (2014) 170 E-07 Establishing a National Transit Industry Rail Vehicle Technician Qualification Program—Building for Success, 71 p. (2014) 171 C-20 Use of Mobility Devices on Paratransit Vehicles and Buses, 75 p. (2014) 172 E-09A Guidance for Developing a Transit Asset Management Plan, 131 p. (2014) 173 H-49 Improving Transit Integration Among Multiple Providers, Vol. I: Transit Integration Manual, 94 p. (2015) 173 H-49 Improving Transit Integration Among Multiple Providers, Vol. II: Research Report, 70 p. (2015) 174 A-35 Improving Safety Culture in Public Transportation, 158 p. (2015) 175 A-38 Guidebook on Pedestrian Crossings of Public Transit Rail Services (& WOD 63), 164 p. (2015) 176 H-46 Quantifying Transit's Impact on GHG Emissions and Energy Use—The Land Use Component, 100 p. (2015) 177 J-06/Task 83 Preliminary Strategic Analysis of Next Generation Fare Payment Systems for Public Transportation, 107 p. (2015) 178 F-19 A National Training and Certification Program for Transit Vehicle Maintenance Instructors, 112 p. (2015) 179 B-43 Use of Web-Based Rider Feedback to Improve Public Transit Services, 174 p. (2015) 180 F-18 Policing and Security Practices for Small- and Medium-Sized Public Transit Systems, 104 p. (2015)

2121 Research Reports No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 181 F-20 Labor–Management Partnerships for Public Transportation, Vol. 1: Toolkit, 32 p. (2015) 181 F-20 Labor–Management Partnerships for Public Transportation, Vol. 2: Final Report, 94 p. (2015) 182 H-47 Linking Transit Agencies and Land Use Decision Making: Guidebook for Transit Agencies, 134 p. (2016) 183 A-39 A Guidebook on Transit-Supportive Roadway Strategies (& WOD 66), 208 p. (2016) 184 E-10 Maintenance Technician Staffing Levels for Modern Public Transit Fleets, 40 p. (2016) 185 C-22 Bus Operator Workstation Design for Improving Occupational Health and Safety, 128 p. (2016) 186 H-50 Economic Impact Case Study Tool for Transit, 94 p. (2016) 187 H-45 Livable Transit Corridors: Methods, Metrics, and Strategies, 140 p. (2016) 188 J-11/Task 21 Shared Mobility and the Transformation of Public Transit, 112 p. (2016) 189 A-40 Manual to Improve Rail Transit Safety at Platform/Vehicle and Platform/Guideway Interfaces, 91 p. (2017) 190 J-11/Task 22 Guide to Value Capture Financing for Public Transportation Projects, 114 p. (2016) 191 G-15 Public Transportation Guidebook for Small- and Medium-Sized Public-Private Partnerships (P3s), 110 p. (2017) 192 H-52 Decision-Making Toolbox to Plan and Manage Park-and-Ride Facilities for Public Transportation: Guidebook on Planning and Managing Park-and-Ride (& WOD 69), 146 p. (2017) 193 F-21 Tools and Strategies for Eliminating Assaults Against Transit Operators, Vol. 1: Research Overview, 154 p. (2018) 193 F-21 Tools and Strategies for Eliminating Assaults Against Transit Operators, Vol. 2: User Guide, 124 p. (2018) 194 F-23 Knowledge Management Resource to Support Strategic Workforce Development for Transit Agencies, 212 p. (2018) 195 J-11/Task 25 Broadening Understanding of the Interplay Among Public Transit, Shared Mobility, and Personal Automobiles, 94 p. (2018) 196 J-11/Task 24 Private Transit: Existing Services and Emerging Directions, 68 p. (2018) 197 H-53 Tools for a Sustainable Transit Agency, 86 p. (2018) 198 E-11 The Relationship Between Transit Asset Condition and Service Quality, 116 p. (2018) 199 F-22 Transit Technical Training, Vol. 1: Guide to Applying Best Practices and Sharing Resources, 110 p. (2018) 199 F-24 Transit Technical Training, Vol. 2: Guide to Overcoming Barriers to Implementing Best and Innovative Training, 130 p. (2018) 200 G-14 Contracting Commuter Rail Services, Vol. 1: Guidebook, 184 p. (2018) 200 G-14 Contracting Commuter Rail Services, Vol. 2: Commuter Rail System Profiles, 136 p. (2018) 201 H-51 Understanding Changes in Demographics, Preferences, and Markets for Public Transportation, 92 p. (2018) 202 B-44 Handbook for Examining the Effects of Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Brokerages on Transportation Coordination, 166 p. (2018) Research Results Digests No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 1 B-01 Transit Operations for Individuals with Disabilities, 4 p. (1994) 2 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 4 p. (1994) 3 F-03 Total Quality Management in Public Transportation, 40 p. (1994) 4 J-06/Task 02 Transit Ridership Initiative, 48 p. (1995) 5 A-04 Electronic On-Vehicle Passenger Information Displays (Visual and Audible), 6 p. (1995) 6 H-05 Research Agenda for Increasing Transit Ridership, 16 p. (1995) 7 H-01 An Evaluation of the Relationships Between Transit and Urban Form, 56 p. (1995) 8 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 6 p. (1995)

22 22 Research Results Digests No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 9 C-04 Responding to Vandalism of Transit Bus and Rail Vehicle Passenger Windows, 5 p. (1996) 10 J-06/Task 06 Integrating Americans with Disabilities Act Paratransit Services and Health and Human Services Transportation, 13 p. (1997) 11 G-03 Guidelines for the Consistent Collection, Categorization, and Dissemination of Bus Transit Loss Data, 9 p. (1996) 12 G-03 Transit Risk Manager: Risk Management Software for Bus Transit Systems (& CD 13), 4 p. (1996) 13 E-01 Leveraging Information for Better Transit Maintenance, 21 p. (1996) 14 H-06 Coordinated Intermodal Transportation Pricing and Funding Strategies, 30 p. (1997) 15 D-02 Derailment of Transit Vehicles in Special Trackwork, 4 p. (1997) 16 A-14 Multipurpose Fare Media: Developments and Issues, 56 p. (1997) 17 C-06 Improved Methods for Increasing Wheel/Rail Adhesion in the Presence of Natural Contaminants, 6 p. (1997) 18 B-04 Public Agency Guidance on Employer-Based TDM Programs, 4 p. (1997) 19 C-03 Wheel/Rail Noise Mitigation, 4 p. (1997) 20 J-03 International Transit Studies Program, 22 p. (1997) 21 H-13A Consequences of the Development of the Interstate Highway System for Transit, 22 p. (1997) 22 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Urban and Regional Bus Operations in Smaller European Cities, 36 p. (1997) 23 J-06/Task 06 Coordinating Public Transportation with Other Federal Programs, 11 p. (1998) 24 J-08A Creating a New Future for Public Transportation: TCRP’s Strategic Road Map, 15 p. (1998) 25 C-07 Technology Assessment of Refueling-Connection Devices for CNG, LNG, and Propane, 46 p. (1998) 26 D-01 Rail Corrugation Mitigation in Transit, 33 p. (1998) 27 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Public-Private Partnerships and Innovative Transit Technologies in Scandinavia, 31 p. (1998) 28 E-03 A Desk Guide for Inventory Managers in the Transit Industry, 26 p. (1998) 29 J-06/Task 19 Continuing Examination of Successful Transit Ridership Initiatives, 106 p. (1998) 30 H-13B Trends in Single-Occupant Vehicle and Vehicle Miles of Travel Growth in the United States, 4 p. (1998) 31 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Applications of Intelligent Transportation Systems to Public Transit in Europe, 18 p. (1998) 32 J-07/Topic SA- 09A Accessibility of Automated Fare Vending and Collection for Customers with Disabilities, 12 p. (1998) 33 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Private Urban Transit Systems and Low-Cost Mobility Solutions in Major Latin American Cities, 40 p. (1999) 34 A-13 Light Rail Service: Vehicular and Pedestrian Safety, 56 p. (1999) 35 A-15 Highlights of the Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual: First Edition, 36 p. (1999) 36 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Revitalizing Urban Public Transport in Australia and New Zealand, 21 p. (1999) 37 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 8 p. (2000) 38 A-07A Operational Analysis of Bus Lanes on Arterials: Application and Refinement, 52 p. (2000) 39 C-11 Alternative-Fuel Transit Bus Hazard Assessment Model, 7 p. (2000) 40 E-03A Revised Inventory Management Desk Guide, 42 p. (2000) 41 F-06A Guidelines for Collecting, Analyzing, and Reporting Transit Crime Data, 20 p. (2001) 42 J-03 International Transit Studies Program, 34 p. (2001) 43 A-17A Supplementing and Updating TCRP Report 52, 60 p. (2001) 44 G-04A Consensus Standards for the Rail Transit Industry, 30 p. (2001) 45 J-06/Task 38 Identification of the Critical Workforce Development Issues in the Transit Industry, 23 p. (2001) 46 J-06/Task 39 Supplemental Analysis of National Survey on Contracting Transit Services, 35 p. (2002) 47 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Germany’s Track-Sharing Experience, 40 p. (2002) 48 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 7 p. (2002) 49 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Excellence in Transit Operations in Small and Medium European Cities, 29 p. (2002)

2323 Research Results Digests No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 50 J-05 Legal Aspects of Transit and Intermodal Transportation Programs, 3 p. (2002) 51 A-05A(01) Second Train Coming Warning Sign: Demonstration Projects, 68 p. (2002) 52 H-27 Transit-Oriented Development and Joint Development in the United States: A Literature Review, 144 p. (2002) 53 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Design-Build Transit Infrastructure Projects in Asia and Australia, 31 p. (2002) 54 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Emerging Trends in European Public Transport, 35 p. (2002) 55 J-08B Support for Fundamental Change in Public Transportation, 13 p. (2002) 56 G-06 A Summary of TCRP Report 88: A Guidebook for Developing a Transit Performance-Measurement System, 25 p. (2003) 57 J-06/Task 42 Developing a Recommended Standard for Automated Fare Collection for Transit: Scoping Study—Regional Fare Management Programs, 26 p. (2003) 58 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Safety and Security Issues at All-Bus Systems in Small- to Medium-Sized Cities in Western Europe, 25 p. (2003) 59 J-10/Task 03 A Guide to Public Transportation Security Resources, 20 p. (2003) 60 J-06/Task 46 Characteristics of State Funding for Public Transportation—2002, 125 p. (2003) 61 B-12 Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes: An Interim Introduction to the Handbook, 23 p. (2003) 62 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Transit Operations in Central and Eastern Europe, 44 p. (2003) 63 J-07 Synthesis Information Related to Transit Problems, 7 p. (2003) 64 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Excellence in Customer Service in Transit Operations in Small to Medium-Sized Cities in Western Europe, 26 p. (2003) 65 H-29 NCHRP 08-45 A New Vision of Mobility: Guidance to Foster Collaborative Multimodal Decision Making (Joint: NCHRP RRD 288), 10 p. (2004) 66 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Transit Design, Construction, and Operations in the Mediterranean Region, 28 p. (2004) 67 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 8 p. (2004) 68 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Vehicle Design Standards and Procurement Practices in Europe, 26 p. (2004) 69 J-06/Task 51 Evaluation of Recent Ridership Increases, 40 p. (2005) 70 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Innovations in Bus, Rail, and Specialized Transit Operations in Latin America, 28 p. (2005) 71 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: New Technologies in Maintenance Systems and Departments in Europe, 20 p. (2005) 72 D-07/Task 05 Guidelines for a New Transit Switch Design, 6 p. (2005) 73 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 10 p. (2005) 74 J-06/Task 62 Train Door Systems Analysis (& WOD 28), 16 p. (2006) 75 B-27 Executive Summary: Cost-Benefit Analysis of Providing Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (& WOD 29), 8 p. (2006) 76 D-07/Task 10 Acoustic Rail-Break Detection Demonstration at MTA–New York City Transit, 8 p. (2006) 77 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Innovative Techniques in the Planning and Financing of Public Transportation Projects, 20 p. (2006) 78 G-07 Managing Capital Costs of Major Federally Funded Public Transportation Projects (& WOD 31), 12 p. (2006) 79 D-07/Task 15 Design of Track Transitions, 40 p. (2006) 80 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 10 p. (2006) 81 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Coordinated Approaches to Expanding Access to Public Transportation, 24 p. (2007) 82 D-07/Task 12 Use of Guard/Girder/Restraining Rails, 38 p. (2007) 83 D-07/Task 13 Performance and Testing Requirements for Portable Track Geometry Inspection Systems, 20 p. (2007) 84 D-10 Audible Signals for Pedestrian Safety in LRT Environments (& WOD 35), 22 p. (2007)

24 24 Research Results Digests No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 85 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Rail Passenger Safety: Equipment and Technologies, 40 p. (2007) 86 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Practices, 10 p. (2007) 87 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery in the Transit Industry, 38 p. (2008) 88 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Innovative Practices in Transit Workforce Development, 36 p. (2008) 89 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Public Transportation’s Role in Addressing Global Climate Change, 22 p. (2009) 90 J-10E A Guide to Planning Resources on Transportation and Hazards (Joint: NCHRP RRD 333), 46 p. (2009) 91 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 10 p. (2009) 92 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Balancing Infrastructure Reinvestment with System Expansion, 27 p. (2009) 93 J-06/Task 71 Rural Transit Achievements: Assessing the Outcomes of Increased Funding for Rural Passenger Services under SAFETEA-LU, 12 p. (2009) 94 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 9 p. (2010) 95 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Performance Measurement and Outcomes, 36 p. (2010) 96 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Managing Increasing Ridership Demand, 30 p. (2010) 97 J-05/Topic 11- 03 Transit Agency Compliance with Title VI, Limited English Proficiency Requirements, 20 p. (2011) 98 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 10 p. (2011) 99 J-06/Task 74 Improving Mobility for Veterans, 98 p. (2011) 100 J-06/Task 72 Professional Certification and Credentialing Program for the Transit Industry, 16 p. (2011) 101 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Funding for Infrastructure Maintenance: Achieving and Sustaining a State of Good Repair, 20 p. (2011) 102 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Public Transportation Systems as the Foundation for Economic Growth, 20 p. (2011) 103 J-03 International Transit Studies Program: Sustainable Public Transportation: Environmentally Friendly Mobility, 26 p. (2011) 104 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 12 p. (2012) 105 H-41 Summary of Research Findings: Assessing and Comparing Environmental Performance of Major Transit Investments (& WOD 55), 24 p. (2012) 106 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Practices, 12 p. (2013) 107 H-44 Developing Partnerships Between Transportation Agencies and the Disability and Underrepresented Communities, 64 p. (2013) 108 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 18 p. (2014) 109 J-06/Task 81 Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT): Assessment for Transit Agencies, 56 p. (2014) 110 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Problems, 13 p. (2015) 111 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Practices, 12 p. (2016) 112 G-14 Contracting Commmuter Rail Services, 28 p. (2016) 113 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Practices, 12 p. (2017) 114 J-07 Synthesis of Information Related to Transit Practices, 12 p. (2018) Legal Research Digests (Project J-05) No. Title, Pages, Publication YearTopic No. 1 01-06 Strategies to Facilitate Acquisition and Use of Railroad Right of Way by Transit Providers, 16 p. (1994) 2 01-07 Successful Risk Management for Rideshare and Carpool-Matching Programs, 24 p. (1994) 3 01-04 State Limitations on Tort Liability of Public Transit Operations, 18 p. (1994)

2525 Legal Research Digests (Project J-05) No. Title, Pages, Publication YearTopic No. 4 01-01 Transit Labor Protection—A Guide to Section 13(c) Federal Transit Act, 32 p. (1996) 5 01-03 Legal Issues Associated with Intermodalism, 22 p. (1996) 6 01-05 Requirements That Impact the Acquisition of Capital-Intensive Long-Lead Items, Rights of Way, and Land for Transit, 24 p. (1996) 7 03-02 The Impact of Civil Rights Litigation Under Title VI and Related Laws on Transit Decision Making, 24 p. (1997) 8 01-02 Transportation Service Agreements: A Preparation and Reference Guide for Transit Attorneys, 40 p. (1997) 9 03-05 Strategies to Minimize Liability under Federal and State Environmental Laws, 20 p. (1998) 10 02-01 Restrictions on Speech and Expressive Activities in Transit Terminals and Facilities, 36 p. (1998) 11 02-02 Potential Tort Liability for Transit Agencies Arising Out of the Americans with Disabilities Act, 40 p. (1998) 12 03-03 The Zoning and Real Estate Implications of Transit-Oriented Development, 50 p. (1999) 13 03-01 Report on Innovative Financing Techniques for Transit Agencies, 41 p. (1999) 14 04-02 Treatment of Privacy Issues in the Public Transportation Industry, 29 p. (2000) 15 04-01 Impact of the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 on the Transit Industry, 39 p. (2000) 16 03-04 Drug and Alcohol Testing—A Survey of Labor-Management Relations, 60 p. (2001) 17 05-03 Guide to Federal Buy America Requirements, 29 p. (2001) 18 05-01 Federal and State Licensing and Other Safety Requirements for Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators and Equipment, 90 p. (2001) 19 06-02 Impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act on Transit Operations, 43 p. (2003) 20 07-01 Transit Passengers and Civil Rights, 68 p. (2005) 21 08-01 Trademarking and Licensing for Transit Providers, 30 p. (2005) 22 The Case for Searches on Public Transportation (Proj. J-06, Task 60), 82 p. (2005) 23 08-04 The Americans with Disabilities Act: The Federal Transit Administration’s Letters of Findings and Compliance Assessments (& CD 65), 106 p. (2007) 24 09-05 Transit Bus Stops: Ownership, Liability, and Access, 61 p. (2008) 25 09-01 Privacy Issues with the Use of Smart Cards, 25 p. (2008) 26 09-06 Resources for Legal Issues Associated with Bus Maintenance, 75 p. (2008) 27 09-04 Civil Rights Implications of the Allocation of Funds Between Bus and Rail, 36 p. (2008) 28 09-02 Use of Fees or Alternatives to Fund Transit, 37 p. (2008) 29 10-01 First Amendment Implications for Transit Facilities: Speech, Advertising, and Loitering, 42 p. (2009) 30 11-01 Legal Handbook for the New Starts Process, 44 p. (2010) 31 12-01 Guide to Federal Buy America Requirements—2009 Supplement, 36 p. (2010) 32 10-03 Reconciling Security, Disclosure, and Record-Retention Requirements in Transit Procurements, 80 p. (2010) 33 10-02 Developing and Implementing a Transit Advertising Policy, 28 p. (2010) 34 09-03 Application of Physical Ability Testing to Current Workforce of Transit Employees, 95 p. (2010) 35 12-02 Reductions in Transit Service or Increases in Fares: Civil Rights, ADA, Regulatory, and Environmental Justice Implications, 56 p. (2011) 36 11-02 Transit-Oriented and Joint Development: Case Studies and Legal Issues (& CD 96), 38 p. (2011) 37 12-04 Legal Arrangements for Use and Control of Real-Time Data, 56 p. (2011) 38 12-03 Legal Aspects Relevant to Outsourcing Transit Functions Not Traditionally Outsourced, 28 p. (2011) 39 10-04 Competition Requirements of the Design/Build, Construction Manager at Risk, and Public-Private Partnership Contracts—Seven Case Studies, 56 p. (2012) 40 13-02 Legal Issues Involving Surety for Public Transportation Projects, 106 p. (2012) 41 13-03 Transit Labor 13c Employee Protection Digest (CD 120), 0 p. (2012) 42 14-02 Transit Agency Intergovernmental Agreements: Common Issues and Solutions (& CD 122), 56 p. (2012) 43 14-03 Contractural Means of Achieving High-Level Performance in Transit Contracts (& CD 134), 48 p. (2013) 44 15-02 Legal Issues in Public Transit Emergency Planning and Operation, 74 p. (2013)

26 26 Legal Research Digests (Project J-05) No. Title, Pages, Publication YearTopic No. 45 15-03 Transit Public-Private Partnerships: Legal Issues, 322 p. (2014) 46 15-04 How the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Other Privacy Laws Affect Public Transportation Operations, 224 p. (2014) 47 15-01 Legal Issues with Obtaining Insurance on Large Transit Projects, 66 p. (2014) 48 16-02 Legal Issues Concerning Transit Agency Use of Electronic Customer Data, 66 p. (2017) 49 16-01 Updated Guide to Buy America Requirements—2015 Supplement, 54 p. (2017) 50 16-03 Public Transit Emergency Preparedness Against Ebola and Other Infectious Diseases: Legal Issues, 56 p. (2017) 51 16-04 Technology Contracting for Transit Projects, 52 p. (2017) 52 17-02 Legal Implications of Video Surveillance on Transit Systems, 46 p. (2018) 53 17-03 Legal Considerations in Evaluating Relationships Between Transit Agencies and Ridesourcing Service Providers, 236 p. (2018) 54 17-01 Impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act on Transit Agency Liability, 70 p. (2018) Syntheses (Project J-07) No. Title, Pages, Publication YearTopic No. 1 SC-01 Safe Operating Procedures for Alternative Fuel Buses, 48 p. (1993) 2 SC-03 Low-Floor Transit Buses, 44 p. (1994) 3 SF-02 Incentive Programs to Improve Transit Employee Performance, 46 p. (1994) 4 SB-01 Integration of Bicycles and Transit, 54 p. (1994) 5 SG-03 Management Information Systems, 78 p. (1994) 6 SG-04 The Role of Performance-Based Measures in Allocating Funding for Transit Operations, 52 p. (1994) 7 SD-01 Regulatory Impacts of Design and Retrofit of Bus Maintenance Facilities, 50 p. (1994) 8 SC-04 Retrofit of Buses to Meet Clean Air Regulations, 48 p. (1994) 9 SC-02 Waste Control Practices at Bus Maintenance Facilities, 26 p. (1995) 10 SA-01 Bus Route Evaluation Standards, 54 p. (1995) 11 SA-02 System-Specific Spare Bus Ratios, 46 p. (1995) 12 SE-01 Transit Bus Service Line and Cleaning Functions, 48 p. (1995) 13 SG-01 Risk Management for Small and Medium Transit Agencies, 32 p. (1995) 14 SB-02 Innovative Suburb-to-Suburb Transit Practices, 50 p. (1995) 15 SA-03 System-Specific Spare Rail Vehicle Ratios, 44 p. (1995) 16 SA-07 Changing Roles and Practices of Bus Field Supervisors, 46 p. (1996) 17 SA-05 Customer Information at Bus Stops, 64 p. (1996) 18 SF-01 Bus Occupant Safety, 56 p. (1996) 19 SA-06 Passenger Transfer System Review, 37 p. (1996) 20 SH-01 Transit-Focused Development, 55 p. (1997) 21 SF-03 Improving Transit Security, 35 p. (1997) 22 SF-04 Monitoring Bus Maintenance Performance, 48 p. (1997) 23 SD-02 Inspection Policy and Procedures for Rail Transit Tunnels and Underground Structures, 95 p. (1997) 24 SA-04 AVL Systems for Bus Transit, 47 p. (1997) 25 SC-05 Light Rail Vehicle Compression Requirements, 34 p. (1997) 26 SA-08 Bus Transit Fare Collection Practices, 29 p. (1997) 27 SF-05 Emergency Preparedness for Transit Terrorism, 73 p. (1997) 28 SG-05 Managing Transit Construction Contract Claims, 50 p. (1997) 29 SA-09 Passenger Counting Technologies and Procedures, 50 p. (1998) 30 SB-03 ADA Paratransit Eligibility Certification Practices, 38 p. (1998) 31 SG-06 Paratransit Contracting and Service Delivery Methods, 35 p. (1998)

2727 Syntheses (Project J-07) No. Title, Pages, Publication YearTopic No. 32 SB-04 Transit Advertising Revenue: Traditional and New Sources and Structures, 58 p. (1998) 33 SF-06 Practices in Assuring Employee Availability, 75 p. (1999) 34 SA-10 Data Analysis for Bus Planning and Monitoring, 68 p. (2000) 35 SG-08 Information Technology Update for Transit, 106 p. (2000) 36 SG-07 Identifying and Reducing Fraudulent Third Party Tort Claims Against Public Transit Agencies, 58 p. (2000) 37 SB-05 Communicating with Persons with Disabilities in a Multimodal Transit Environment, 48 p. (2001) 38 SA-12 Electronic Surveillance Technology on Transit Vehicles, 57 p. (2001) 39 SA-11 Transportation on College and University Campuses, 62 p. (2001) 40 SF-07 A Challenged Employment System: Hiring, Training, Performance Evaluation, and Retention of Bus Operators, 72 p. (2001) 41 SB-06 The Use of Small Buses in Transit Service, 71 p. (2002) 42 SH-02 Use of Flexible Funds for Transit Under ISTEA and TEA-21, 40 p. (2002) 43 SB-08 Effective Use of Transit Websites, 79 p. (2002) 44 SF-09 Training for On-Board Bus Electronics, 63 p. (2002) 45 SB-07 Customer-Focused Transit, 100 p. (2002) 46 SF-08 Diversity Training Initiatives, 59 p. (2003) 47 SF-10 Corporate Culture as the Driver of Transit Leadership Practices, 91 p. (2003) 48 SA-14 Real-Time Bus Arrival Information Systems, 61 p. (2003) 49 SA-13 Yield to Bus—State of the Practice, 78 p. (2003) 50 SC-06 Use of Rear-Facing Position for Common Wheelchairs on Transit Buses, 42 p. (2003) 51 SB-10 Transit Advertising Sales Agreements, 99 p. (2004) 52 SF-11 Transit Operator Health and Wellness Programs, 80 p. (2004) 53 SB-09 Operation Experiences with Flexible Transit Services, 58 p. (2004) 54 SE-02 Maintenance Productivity Practices, 92 p. (2004) 55 SH-03 Geographic Information System Applications in Transit, 66 p. (2004) 56 SG-10 Performance-Based Measures in Transit Fund Allocation, 74 p. (2004) 57 SA-15 Use of Computer-Aided Scheduling and Dispatch for Demand-Responsive Transit Services, 80 p. (2004) 58 SC-07 Emergency Response Procedures for Natural Gas Transit Vehicles, 54 p. (2005) 59 SH-04 Strategic Planning and Management in Transit Agencies, 44 p. (2005) 60 SB-11 Practices in No-Show and Late Cancellation Policies for ADA Paratransit, 50 p. (2005) 61 SE-03 Maintenance Staffing Levels for Light Rail Transit, 42 p. (2005) 62 SB-12 Integration of Bicycles and Transit, 70 p. (2005) 63 SH-05 On-Board and Intercept Transit Survey Techniques, 92 p. (2005) 64 SD-03 Bus Use of Shoulders, 91 p. (2006) 65 SB-13 Transit Agency Participation in Medicaid Transportation Programs, 48 p. (2006) 66 SH-06 Fixed-Route Bus Transit Ridership Forecasting and Service Planning Methods, 51 p. (2006) 67 SH-08 Bus Transit Service in Land Development Planning, 62 p. (2006) 68 SB-14 Methods of Rider Communication, 95 p. (2006) 69 SH-07 Web-Based Survey Techniques, 104 p. (2006) 70 SC-08 Mobile Data Terminals, 150 p. (2007) 71 SB-15 Paratransit Managers’ Skills, Qualifications, and Needs, 52 p. (2007) 72 SC-09 Use of Biodiesel in a Transit Fleet, 61 p. (2008) 73 SA-17 AVL Systems for Bus Transit: Update, 104 p. (2008) 74 SB-15 Policies and Practices for Effectively and Efficiently Meeting ADA Paratransit Demand, 54 p. (2008) 75 SA-16 Uses of Higher Capacity Buses in Transit Service, 72 p. (2008) 76 SB-16 Integration of Paratransit and Fixed-Route Transit Services, 48 p. (2008) 77 SA-18 Passenger Counting Systems, 74 p. (2008) 78 SA-19 Transit Systems in College and University Communities, 98 p. (2008)

28 28 Syntheses (Project J-07) No. Title, Pages, Publication YearTopic No. 79 SA-20 Light Rail Vehicle Collisions with Vehicles at Signalized Intersections, 48 p. (2009) 80 SF-13 Transit Security Update, 150 p. (2009) 81 SE-05 Preventive Maintenance for Transit Buses, 80 p. (2010) 82 SH-11 Transit Fare Arrangements for Public Employees, 90 p. (2010) 83 SA-22 Bus and Rail Transit Preferential Treatments in Mixed Traffic, 210 p. (2010) 84 SH-09 Current Practices in Greenhouse Gas Emissions Savings from Transit, 82 p. (2010) 85 SH-10 Effective Use of Citizen Advisory Committees for Transit Planning and Operations, 72 p. (2010) 86 SH-12 Relationships Between Streetcars and the Built Environment, 72 p. (2010) 87 SA-23 Practices in the Development and Deployment of Downtown Circulators, 122 p. (2011) 88 SB-18 Strollers, Carts, and Other Large Items on Buses and Trains, 170 p. (2011) 89 SH-13 Public Participation Strategies for Transit, 96 p. (2011) 90 SA-24 Video Surveillance Uses by Rail Transit Agencies, 90 p. (2011) 91 SA-25 Use and Deployment of Mobile Device Technology for Real-Time Information, 96 p. (2011) 92 SG-11 Transit Asset Condition Reporting, 54 p. (2011) 93 SF-14 Practices to Protect Bus Operators from Passenger Assault, 126 p. (2011) 94 SB-17 Innovative Rural Transit Services, 52 p. (2011) 95 SF-15 Practices for Wayside Rail Transit Worker Protection, 90 p. (2012) 96 SA-27 Off-Board Fare Payment Using Proof-of-Payment Verification, 117 p. (2012) 97 SF-16 Improving Transit Safety Through Rewards and Discipline, 62 p. (2012) 98 SB-19 Ridesharing as a Complement to Transit, 72 p. (2012) 99 SB-19 Uses of Social Media in Public Transportation, 66 p. (2012) 100 SE-06 Elevator and Escalator Maintenance and Safety Practices, 58 p. (2012) 101 SA-26 Implementation and Outcomes of Fare-Free Transit Systems, 104 p. (2012) 102 SB-23 Integrating Passenger and Ferry Service with Mass Transit, 54 p. (2013) 103 SB-21 Transit Station and Stop Adoption Programs, 68 p. (2013) 104 SB-22 Use of Electronic Passenger Information Signage in Transit, 108 p. (2013) 105 SB-22 Use of Market Research Panels in Transit, 70 p. (2013) 106 SA-29 Energy Savings Strategies for Transit Agencies, 76 p. (2013) 107 SD-04 Rail Transit Track Inspection Practices, 58 p. (2014) 108 SF-17 Transit Bus Operator Distraction Policies, 100 p. (2013) 109 SA-32 System-Specific Spare Bus Ratios Update, 68 p. (2014) 110 SA-31 Commonsense Approaches for Improving Transit Bus Speeds, 147 p. (2014) 111 SG-12 Optimizing Bus Warranty, 72 p. (2014) 112 SA-30 Maintaining Transit Effectiveness Under Major Financial Constraints, 119 p. (2014) 113 SH-14 Sub-Allocating FTA Section 5307 Funding Among Multiple Recipients in Metropolitan Areas, 73 p. (2014) 114 SA-33 Critical Incident Management and Clearance Practices for Rail Transit, 108 p. (2015) 115 SA-34 Open Data: Challenges and Opportunities for Transit Agencies, 120 p. (2015) 116 SB-25 Practices for Establishing ADA Paratransit Eligibility Assessment Facilities, 76 p. (2015) 117 SA-35 Better On-Street Bus Stops, 132 p. (2015) 118 SG-13 Practices for Utility Coordination in Transit Projects, 56 p. (2015) 119 SB-26 Use of Taxis in Public Transportation for People with Disabilities and Older Adults, 113 p. (2016) 120 SF-18 Use of Automotive Service Excellence Tests Within Transit, 100 p. (2016) 121 SH-16 Transit Agency Practices in Interacting with People Who Are Homeless, 100 p. (2016) 122 SH-15 Transit Supportive Parking Policies and Programs, 70 p. (2016) 123 SA-36 Onboard Camera Applications for Buses, 90 p. (2016) 124 SA-40 Planning and Design for Fire and Smoke Incidents in Underground Passenger Rail Systems, 103 p. (2017) 125 SA-37 Multiagency Electronic Fare Pavement Systems, 132 p. (2017)

2929 Syntheses (Project J-07) No. Title, Pages, Publication YearTopic No. 126 SA-38 Successful Practices and Training Initiatives to Reduce Bus Accidents and Incidents at Transit Agencies, 92 p. (2017) 127 SF-19 Addressing Difficult Customer Situations, 89 p. (2017) 128 SH-17 Practices for Evaluating the Economic Impacts and Benefits of Transit, 95 p. (2017) 129 SA-39 Managing Extreme Weather at Bus Stops, 77 p. (2017) 130 SA-41 Battery Electric Buses—State of the Practice, 194 p. (2018) 131 SA-42 College Student Transit Pass Programs, 138 p. (2018) 132 SB-27 Public Transit and Bikesharing, 104 p. (2018) 133 SB-28 Administration of ADA Paratransit Eligibility Appeal Programs, 102 p. (2018) 134 SB-29 Customer-Focused Service Guarantees and Transparency Practices, 128 p. (2018) 135 SG-14 ADA Paratransit Service Models, 256 p. (2018) 136 SG-15 Contracting Fixed-Route Bus Transit Service, 148 p. (2018) 137 J-07 Microgrids and Their Application for Airports and Public Transit (Joint: ACRP Syn. 91), 68 p. (2018) IDEA No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 1 J-04 Customer Satisfaction Index for the Mass Transit Industry, 61 p. (1995) 2 J-04 Adaptive Diagnostic System Project, 35 p. (1997) 3 J-04 Automatic Rail-Wheel Inspection Station, 11 p. (1997) 4 J-04 Management Information Benefits of Integrating Electronic Fareboxes with Other On-board Equipment, 30 p. (1995) 5 J-04 Improved Passenger Counter and Classifier System for Transit Operations, 28 p. (1996) 7 J-04 Pneumatically Operated and Flexible Wheelchair Restraint System, 16 p. (1995) 8 J-04 Real-Time Transit Data Broadcast, 15 p. (1995) 9 J-04 Independent Transportation Network: Alternative Transportation for the Elderly, 27 p. (1997) 10 J-04 Automatic Data Collection on Transit Users via Radio Frequency Identification, 42 p. (1996) 11 J-04 Compact Disc—Interactive Multimedia Violence Prevention Training Program. Customers, Conflicts, and You: A Transit Operator’s Guide to Problem Solving (CD-ROM was previously distributed by the National Training Institute), 0 p. (2001) 13 J-04 Self-Paced PC-Based Track Safety Training System, 11 p. (1998) 14 J-04 Market Study and Operational Test Results for the Instant Rent-A-Car (IRAC) Station Field Tests, 42 p. (1998) 15 J-04 Internet Information Sharing for Transit Maintenance, 37 p. (1997) 16 J-04 A Public Transit-Compatible Restraint System for Wheelchair Users, 26 p. (1998) 17 J-04 Operational Evaluation of a Rail-Based Wheel Gauge Inspection System, 11 p. (1998) 18 J-04 Pilot Testing Innovative Payment Operations for Independent Transportation for the Elderly, 35 p. (2002) 19 J-04 Field Testing and Evaluation of the Transit Integrated Monitoring System, 25 p. (1998) 20 J-04 Non-Contact Sensor for Improved Passenger Counting and Classification System for Rail Transit, 25 p. (2001) 21 J-04 Smart Parking Lot with Just-in-Time Shuttle, 11 p. (2001) 22 J-04 Sleeved Column System for Crashworthiness of Light Rail Vehicles, 29 p. (2001) 24 J-04 Operational Testing of Intelligent Rail Lubrication System, 8 p. (1998) 28 J-04 Transit Scratchitti Removal, 54 p. (2002) 29 J-04 Fare Machine Tactile/Audio Instruction System, 40 p. (2003) 31 J-04 A Tool for Evaluating and Optimizing Bus Stop Location Decisions, 64 p. (2005) 32 J-04 Simulation and Animation Model for Planning and Designing Transit Facilities, 16 p. (2005) 33 J-04 Community Visualization in Design of Light Rail Transit-Oriented Development, 26 p. (2004)

30 30 IDEA No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 35 J-04 Innovative Bioterrorism Detection Technology for Transit Security, 33 p. (2005) 36 J-04 Cleaning Device for Electrified Third Rail Insulators, 28 p. (2006) 37 J-04 Bandwidth Expansion and Real-Time Surveillance for Security on Transit Buses, 25 p. (2005) 38 J-04 Assessment of Rear-Facing Wheelchair Accommodation on BRT, 36 p. (2005) 39 J-04 Dynamic Timetable Generator from Schedule Data, 28 p. (2006) 40 J-04 Counter Terrorism Chemical Detector for Rail Transit Vehicles, 36 p. (2005) 41 J-04 Track Geometry/Design Testing for Transit Applications, 40 p. (2007) 42 J-04 Detection of Radioactivity in Transit Stations, 26 p. (2006) 44 J-04 Cleaning and Recoating Electrified Third Rail Cover Boards, 18 p. (2008) 45 J-04 Chemical and Biological Decontamination System for Rail Transit Facilities, 29 p. (2007) 47 J-04 Cleaning Device for Electrified Third Rail Insulators—Phase 2, 23 p. (2008) 49 J-04 Smart Sander Enhancement for Commuter Rail, 35 p. (2008) 50 J-04 Developing Regional Mobility Management Centers, 65 p. (2012) 52 J-04 Travel Assistance Device (TAD) to Help Transit Riders, 42 p. (2009) 53 J-04 Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation for Transit Buses, 24 p. (2009) 54 J-04 Detection of Radioactivity in Transit Stations—Phase 2, 22 p. (2009) 55 J-04 Warning Device for Rail Transit Personnel for Approaching Trains, 20 p. (2008) 56A J-04 Detection of Explosives and Weapons in Transit Systems, 28 p. (2015) 57 J-04 Independent Wheelchair Securement, 22 p. (2010) 58 J-04 Google Transit Data Tool for Small Transit Agencies, 23 p. (2011) 59 J-04 Recoating Electrified Third Rail Cover Boards—Phase 2, 12 p. (2010) 60 J-04 Transit Communications Interface Profiles (TCIP) Traveler Information Pilot, 33 p. (2011) 61 J-04 Flexible Carpooling to Transit Stations, 70 p. (2012) 62 J-04 Development of Online Training Maintenance Module for Bus Transit Technicians, 18 p. (2012) 63 J-04 Improving Bus Transit On-Time Performance through the Use of AVL Data, 25 p. (2014) 65 J-04 A Context Aware Transit Navigator, 8 p. (2013) 66 J-04 Advanced Wayside Energy Storage Systems (WESS) for Rail Transit, 81 p. (2012) 67 J-04 Diesel-Electric Locomotive Energy Recovery and Conversion, 29 p. (2014) 68 J-04 Light Rail Transit/Street Grade Crossing Safety System, 52 p. (2014) 70 J-04 Effortless Passenger Identification System, 24 p. (2013) 71 J-04 Transit Information Access for Persons with Visual or Cognitive Impairments, 23 p. (2015) 72 J-04 Handheld Noncontact Electronic Rail Wheel Gauge, 42 p. (2014) 73 J-04 Innovative Operating Strategy for Paratransit Services, 59 p. (2014) 74 J-04 Apparatus for Gap Management, 20 p. (2015) 75 J-04 Transit Trip Planning Web Application, 29 p. (2014) 76 J-04 RideScout Mobile Application, 39 p. (2015) 77 J-04 Development of a Prototype Retrofit Bumper for Improved Light Rail Vehicle (LRV) Safety, 23 p. (2015) 79 J-04 Implementation of Smart Card Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) Technology in Small Transit Agencies for Standards Development, 36 p. (2016) 80 J-04 Enhancing Safety and Security of Transit Systems Using Computer Vision, 23 p. (2017) 81 J-04 Advanced Locomotive Exhaust Gas Simulator to Fine-Tune Energy Recovery and Conversion Systems, 35 p. (2016) 82 J-04 Active Safety-Collision Warning Pilot in Washington State, 33 p. (2017) 83 J-04 Track Circuit Monitoring Tool: Standardization and Deployment at CTA, 31 p. (2018)

3131 Web-Only Documents No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 1 F-04 Bus Operator Workstation Evaluation and Design Guidelines: Final Report, 694 p. (1997) 2 B-01 Evaluating Transit Operations for Individuals with Disabilities, 366 p. (1997) 3 B-02 Directions: A Simple Guidebook for Integrating Market and Customer Research into Transit Decision- Making to Become Customer Oriented, 30 p. (1998) 4 E-03 Inventory Management for Bus and Rail Public Transit Systems: Final Report, 114 p. (1998) 5 H-13B Trends in Single Occupant Vehicle and Vehicle Miles of Travel Growth in the United States: Final Report, 100 p. (1998) 6 A-15 Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual, First Edition (CD 2), 426 p. (1999) 7 H-08 Using Public Transportation to Reduce the Economic, Social and Human Costs of Personal Immobility, 322 p. (1999) 8 B-08 Marketing Transit Services to Business, 242 p. (1999) 9 H-12 Integrated Urban Models for Simulation of Transit and Land-Use Policies: Final Report, 252 p. (1999) 10 G-02 Bar Coding in Mass Transit Operations and Maintenance—Application Guide Book, 84 p. (1999) 11 A-19 Integrating School Bus and Public Transportation Services in Non-Urban Communities—Implementation Guide, 160 p. (1999) 12 B-12 Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, Interim Handbook, 446 p. (2000) 13 J-06/Task 33 Cost of Meeting Accessibility Requirements for Over-the-Road Buses, 130 p. (2000) 14 H-20 Using Geographic Information Systems for Welfare to Work Transportation Planning and Service Delivery—Case Studies, 76 p. (2000) 15 F-06 Guidelines for the Effective Use of Uniformed Transit Police and Security Personnel, 312 p. (2001) 16 H-15A Welfare to Work: Integration and Coordination of Transportation and Social Services, 214 p. (2001) 17 E-03A Applications for Improved Inventory Management for Public Transit Systems, 104 p. (2001) 18 F-06A Developing Useful Transit-Related Crime and Incident Data, 76 p. (2001) 19 A-10A An Evaluation of Bus Bulbs on Transit, Traffic, and Pedestrian Operations, 162 p. (2001) 20 B-17 Advanced Public Transportation Systems for Rural Areas, 200 p. (2002) 21 H-24 Public Transit System Policy Boards: Organization and Characteristics, 200 p. (2002) 22 B-04 Public Agency Guidance on Employer-Based TDM Programs and Employer Technical Memorandum Characteristics of Effective TDM Programs, 229 p. (2003) 23 H-28 Uses of Archived AVL-APC Data to Improve Transit Performance and Management: Review and Potential (& Rep. 113), 167 p. (2003) 24 H-24A The Public Transportation Board Effectiveness Study (Contractor’s Final Report), 44 p. (2004) 25 J-10B(01) Public Transportation Emergency Mobilization Guide: Appendix B—Survey of U.S. Public Transportation Systems, 41 p. (2005) 26 H-21A TravelMatters: Mitigating Climate Change with Sustainable Surface Transportation, 53 p. (2005) 27 H-25A Appendixes to TCRP Report 107: Analyzing the Effectiveness of Commuter Benefit Programs (& Rep. 107), 97 p. (2005) 28 J-06/Task 62 Train Door Systems Analysis: Appendixes (& RRD 74), 64 p. (2006) 29 B-27 Cost-Benefit Analysis of Providing Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (& RRD 75), 208 p. (2006) 30 D-08 Improving Pedestrian Safety at Unsignalized Crossings: Appendices B to O (& Rep. 112) (Joint: NCHRP WOD 91), 270 p. (2006) 31 G-07 Managing Capital Costs of Major Federally Funded Public Transportation Projects (& RRD 78), 297 p. (2006) 32 H-32 Elements Needed to Create High Ridership Transit Systems: Interim Guidebook (& Rep. 111), 237 p. (2006) 33 J-05 The Federal Transit Act, as Amended through August 10, 2005, and Related Laws, 317 p. (2007) 34 B-16 Developing Guidelines for Evaluating, Selecting, and Implementing Suburban Transit Services (Contractor’s Final Report) (& Rep. 116), 250 p. (2006) 35 D-10 Appendixes to TCRP RRD 84: Audible Signals for Pedestrian Safety in LRT Environments (& RRD 84), 147 p. (2007) 36 D-11 Appendixes to TCRP Report 117: Design, Operation, and Safety of At-Grade Crossings of Exclusive Busways (& Rep. 117), 155 p. (2007) 37 D-07/Task 14 Rail Base Corrosion Detection and Prevention, 129 p. (2007)

32 32 Web-Only Documents No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 38 J-10J Appendixes to TCRP Report 86: Public Transportation Security, Volume 13: Public Transportation Passenger Security Inspections: A Guide for Decision Makers (& Rep. 86 Vol. 13), 77 p. (2007) 39 A-23A Appendixes to TCRP Report 118: Bus Rapid Transit Practitioner’s Guide (& Rep. 118), 50 p. (2007) 40 C-17 Development of Crash Energy Management Performance Requirements for Light-Rail Vehicles, 154 p. (2008) 41 G-08 Evaluation of Project Delivery Methods (& Rep. 131), 231 p. (2009) 42 A-30 Selected Appendices for TCRP Report 137: Improving Pedestrian and Motorist Safety Along Light Rail Alignments (& Rep. 137), 341 p. (2009) 43 J-07 Track Maintenance Costs on Rail Transit Properties, 72 p. (2009) 44 B-38 Literature Review for Providing Access to Public Transportation Stations, 100 p. (2009) 45 A-29 Appendixes to TCRP Report 135: Controlling System Costs: Basic and Advanced Scheduling Manuals and Contemporary Issues in Transit Scheduling, 222 p. (2009) 46 J-06/Task 71 Rural Transit Achievements: Assessing the Outcomes of Increased Funding for Rural Passenger Services under SAFETEA-LU, 120 p. (2009) 47 D-07/Task 17 Guidelines for Rail Base Inspection and Rail Condemnation Limits for Corrosion Induced Material Loss, 26 p. (2009) 48 D-12 Ground-borne Noise and Vibration in Buildings Caused by Rail Transit, 208 p. (2010) 49 B-36 Methods for Forecasting Demand and Quantifying Need for Rural Passenger Transportation, 83 p. (2010) 50 F-13 Survey Instrument, Productivity Charts, and Interview Protocol for Case Studies for TCRP Report 142 (& Rep. 142), 42 p. (2010) 51 J-06/Task 75 Guiding the Selection and Application of Wayside Energy Storage Technologies for Rail Transit and Electric Utilities, 64 p. (2010) 52 D-07/Task 18 Performance-Based Track Geometry, Phase I, 100 p. (2012) 53 A-32 Operation of Light Rail Transit Through Ungated Crossings at Speeds over 35, 124 p. (2012) 54 H-38 Developing, Enhancing, and Sustaining Tribal Transit Services: Final Research Report (& Rep. 154), 143 p. (2012) 55 H-41 Assessing and Comparing Environmental Performance of Major Transit Investments (& RRD 105), 344 p. (2012) 56 H-39 Methodology for Determining the Economic Development Impacts of Transit Projects, 365 p. (2012) 57 B-39 Audience Measurement for Transit Advertising, 142 p. (2012) 58 B-36 Methods for Forecasting Demand and Quantifying Need for Rural Passenger Transportation (& Rep. 161), 104 p. (2013) 59 A-33A Using Pictograms to Make Transit Easier to Navigate for Customers with Communications Barriers, 99 p. (2013) 60 A-36 Command-Level Decision Making for Transit Emergency Managers (Joint: NCHRP WOD 200), 70 p. (2013) 61 J-11/Task 17 Millennials & Mobility: Understanding the Millennial Mindset and New Opportunities for Transit Providers, 70 p. (2013) 62 J-06/Task 82 Standardizing Data for Mobility Management, 62 p. (2014) 63 A-38 Treatments Used at Pedestrian Crossings of Public Transit Rail Services (& Rep. 175), 166 p. (2015) 64 D-07/Task 19 Performance-Based Track Geometry Phase 2, 50 p. (2015) 65 D-07/Task 20 Wheel Profile Maintenance Guidelines, 137 p. (2015) 66 A-39 Improving Transportation Network Efficiency Through Implementation of Transit-Supportive Roadway Strategies (& Rep. 183), 194 p. (2016) 67 D-15 Protection of Transportation Infrastructure from Cyber Attacks: A Primer, 183 p. (2016) 68 G-13 Developing an ITS Technology Web Portal for Transit System Leaders, 159 p. (2016) 69 H-52 Decision-Making Toolbox to Plan and Manage Park-and-Ride Facilities for Public Transportation: Research Report and Transit Agency Case Studies (& Rep. 192), 513 p. (2017) 70 A-41 Improving the Resiliency of Transit Systems Threatened by Natural Disasters, Vol 1: A Guide, 163 p. (2017) 70 A-41 Improving the Resiliency of Transit Systems Threatened by Natural Disasters, Vol 2: Research Overview, 70 p. (2017)

3333 Web-Only Documents No. Title, Pages, Publication YearProj. No. 70 A-41 Improving the Resiliency of Transit Systems Threatened by Natural Disasters, Vol 3: Appendixes A & B to the Research Report, 447 p. (2017) 71 D-18 A Transit Agency Guide to Evaluating Secondary Train Detection/Protection Systems in Communications-Based Train Control Systems, 93 p. (2018) CDs No. Title, Publication YearProj. No. 2 A-15 Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual: First Edition (WOD 6) (1999) 3 D-05 Performance of Direct-Fixation Track Software: Design Guidelines and Software (1999) 4 C-11 Alternative-Fuel Transit Bus Hazard Assessment Model (2001) 13 G-03 Transit Risk Manager for Bus Services (Contractor’s CD) (& RRD 12) (1996) 16 B-16 Multimedia Presentation: Role of Private-for-Hire Vehicle Industry in Public Transit (& Rep. 75) (2002) 17 B-15 Supporting Material for TCRP Report 73: Characteristics of Urban Travel Demand (& Rep. 73) (2002) 18 H-19 Estimating and Presenting the Benefits and Costs of Public Transit Projects: Guidebook for Practitioners (& Rep. 78) (2002) 19 A-24 A Toolkit for Self-Service Barrier-Free Fare Collection (& Rep. 80) (2002) 20 20-06 NCHRP Selected Studies in Transportation Law, Vol. 1: Construction Contract Law (2004) 20 20-06 NCHRP Selected Studies in Transportation Law, Vol. 1 2014 Supplement: Construction Contract Law (2014) 20 20-06 NCHRP Selected Studies in Transportation Law, Vol. 2: Eminent Domain (2009) 20 20-06 NCHRP Selected Studies in Transportation Law, Vol. 3: Environmental Law and Transportation (2003) 20 20-06 NCHRP Selected Studies in Transportation Law, Vol. 3 Supplement: Environmental Law and Transportation (2010) 20 20-06 NCHRP Selected Studies in Transportation Law, Vol. 4: Tort Liability of Highway Agencies (2002) 20 J-05/Topic 05- 04 Selected Studies in Transportation Law, Vol. 5: Transit Law (2004) 20 J-05/Topic 05- 04 Selected Studies in Transportation Law, Vol. 5 2014 Supplement: Transit Law (2015) 20 J-05/Topic 06- 03 Selected Studies in Transportation Law, Vol. 6: Transit Labor 13[c] Decisions (2003) 20 J-05/Topic 07- 03 Selected Studies in Transportation Law, Vol. 7: Transit Charter Bus Service Decisions and Documents (2005) 20 20-06 NCHRP Selected Studies in Transportation Law, Vol. 8: Transportation Law and Government Relations (2007) 21 F-10 Toolbox for Transit Operator Fatigue (& Rep. 81) (2002) 25 G-06 Guidebook for Developing a Transit Performance-Measurement System and Supplementary Material (& Rep. 88) (2003) 27 J-09/Task 06 Using the Internet for Transit Training and Certification (& Rep. 84 Vol. 3) (2003) 31 A-23 Supporting Material for TCRP Report 90, Volume 1, BRT Case Studies (& Rep. 90 Vol. 1) (2003) 34 J-09/Task 04 Supporting Material for TCRP Report 84, Volume 4: Advanced Features of Transit Websites (& Rep. 84 Vol. 4) (2003) 40 B-23 Supporting Material for TCRP Report 98 (NU DRT Software, User’s Manual, and Supplementary Documents) (& Rep. 98) (2003) 42 A-15A TCRP Report 100 (TCQSM) 2nd Edition and Supplemental Material (& Rep. 100) (2003) 43 J-10A(02) Supporting Material for TCRP Report 86: Public Transportation Security; Vol. 5, Security-Related Customer Communications and Training for Public Transportation Providers (& Rep. 86 Vol. 5) (2004) 45 F-11 Public Transportation Operating Agencies as Employers of Choice: Toolkit (& Rep. 103) (2004) 51 H-30 Appendix Material for TCRP Report 105 (& Rep. 105) (2004) 52 H-29A A Research Results Compendium to TCRP Report 106 (& Rep. 106) (2005) 60 B-26 Appendix Material for TCRP Report 108 (& Rep. 108) (2005) 61 D-07/Task 11 Direct-Fixation Track Design Specifications, Research, and Related Material (& Rep. 71 Vol. 6) (2005)

34 34 CDs No. Title, Publication YearProj. No. 64 J-10D TCRP Report 86: Public Transportation Security, Volume 10: Hazard and Security Plan Workshop: Instructor Guide—Appendixes (& Rep. 86 Vol. 10) (2006) 65 J-05/Topic 08- 04 The Americans with Disabilities Act: The Federal Transit Administration’s Letters of Findings and Compliance Assessments (& LRD 23) (2007) 66 H-32 Building and Retaining Transit Ridership: The Keys to Success—An Interactive CD (& Rep. 111) (2007) 71 C-15 Appendixes to and Toolkit for TCRP Report 132: Assessment of Hybrid-Electric Transit Bus Technology (& Rep. 132) (2009) 77 F-14 Model Job Descriptions and Employer Information (& Rep. 139) (2010) 86 G-09 Cost Sharing Model for TCRP Report 144 (& Rep. 144 Vol. 1) (2010) 96 J-05/Topic 11- 02 TCRP LRD 36: Appendices to Case Studies (& LRD 36) (2011) 100 B-37 Estimation of Demand for Rural Intercity Bus Services Toolkit (& Rep. 147) (2011) 107 B-38 Planning Tool and Appendices for TCRP Report 153 (& Rep. 153) (2012) 120 J-05/Topic 13- 03 Transit Labor 13c Employee Protection Digest (LRD 41) (2012) 121 B-28A Supplemental Material to TCRP Report 158 (& Rep. 158) (2012) 122 J-05/Topic 14- 02 TCRP LRD 42 Intergovernmental Agreements (& LRD 42) (2012) 134 J-05/Topic 14- 03 Performance-Based Clauses and Standards for TCRP LRD 43 (& LRD 43) (2013) 138 A-15C Supporting Material and Tools to Accompany TCRP Report 165 (& Rep. 165) (2013) Notes: Publications in parentheses with an ampersand (&) are companion publications. Publications in parentheses without an ampersand are reports or digests published as stand-alone CDs. Beginning with TCRP Report 166, Research Results Digest 109, Legal Research Digest 45, and Synthesis of Transit Practice 111, publications are available online only.

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