Columbus, Ohio was the big winner in the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) Smart City Challenge. Its proposal received US$50 million for first-mile/last-mile solutions to its transit challenges and struck a lot of the right chords, especially its aim to reduce infant mortality rates in some communities by 40 percent. How? By creating smart city corridors and smart payment projects that will make transit more available in underserved neighborhoods. That way, residents’ access to prenatal care would improve.
Port Mann/Highway 1
Silicon Valley Rapid Transit Project/BART
Canadian Consulting Engineer Magazine March-April
Journal of Advanced Transportation, Vol 49, No. 1, Jan 2015, PP. 10-28
AREMA (American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-way Association) Annual Conference - Oct 1, 2013
All Technical Papers
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