Transportation Quarterly

Winter 1998 Volume 52, Number 1      


A Letter from the President


Ideas in Motion: Promoting Bicycle Use in the United States


Creating Political Pressure for Cycling

Martin Wachs


Bicycling in the United States: A Fringe Mode?

Peter Gordon

Harry W. Richardson


It Will Take Incentives and Disincentives

Bill Wilkinson


Ideas in Motion: General Motors and the Demise of Streetcars


Rebuttal to “GM and the Demise of Streetcars”

Christopher Zearjoss


General Motors and Mass Transit … Again

Brian Cudahy


Revisiting the Demise of Streetcar Systems

Peter Cole


Evaluation of OmniLink Demand-Driven Transit Operations: Flex-Route Services

Randall G. Farwell


Electronic Screening in the I-35 Corridor

H. Maze

Chris Monsere

Michael Hancock

Dave Plazak

Bill McCall


Economic Competitiveness of Basing Development Patterns on Single-Occupancy Autos

Paul J. Pezzotta


Transportation Financing: A Critical Review of Transportation Pricing

Reza Navai


Asleep at the Wheel: A Review of Research Related to Driver Fatigue

George T. Taoka


Comprehensive Index for 1996 and 1997



Transportation Quarterly

Spring 1998 Volume 52, Number 2


A Letter from the President


Ideas in Motion: The Social Benefits of Personal Vehicle Travel

Thomas F. Hogarty


The Greater Toronto Area Urban Structure: Analysis of Progress Towards a Preferred Vision of Development

Julius Gorys

Glenn Miller

Maureen MacQuanie


TQ Interview: The Big Three Automakers Discuss the lVI Program

Rupert Welch


Freight Planning Requirements for Interstate Corridors

Billy M. Williams

Lester A. Hoel


Air Cargo Deregulation and JIT: Two 20th Anniversaries in American Logistics

Paul D. Larson


Utilizing Increased Discretion: Explaining State Speed Limits

Patrick Fisher

David C. Nice





Transportation Quarterly

Summer 1998 Volume 52, Number 3


Letter from the President


Ideas in Motion: The Business of Intermodal Freight Transportation

Gerhardt Muller


General Motors and the Demise of Streetcars: A Comment

George W. Hilton


Socioeconomics of Urban Travel: Evidence from the 1995 NPTS

John Pucher

Tim Evans

Jeff Wenger


Carsharing in Europe and North America: Past, Present, and Future

Susan Shaheen

Daniel Sperling

Conrad Wagner


The States, New Modes, and Federal Transportation Policy: Lessons from History for High-Speed Rail

Rohit T. Aggarwala


Truck Size and Weight Policy in the Midcontinent Corridor

Jeannette Montuja

Alan Clayton


Evaluation of Video Image Processing for Traffic Management Systems

Faisal Awadallah

Najib Habesch


ITS and Human Factors for the Older Driver: The U.S. Experience

Nikiforo Stamatiadis


When Cars Are Clean and Clever: A Forward-looking View of Sustainable and Intelligent Automobile Technologies

Brian Dudson




Transportation Quarterly

Fall 1998 Volume 52, Number 4


Letter from the President


Ideas in Motion:25 Years of U.S. Energy Policy: Successes, Failures and Some General Lessons for Public Policy

Charles Lave


The Social Benefits of Personal Vehicle Travel: A Response

Felix B. Laube


Federal Highway Funding – All the Basics

George D. Mazur


Adapting Public Works for Private Capital

Christopher Kopp

Joseph L. Schafer

David F. Schulz


Maintaining Older Driver Mobility and Well-being with Traveler Information Systems

David W. Eby

Lidia P. Kostyniuk


TQ Interview: Federal Aviation Administrator Jane F. Garvey

Rupert Welch


Bicycle Use and Safety in Paris, Boston, and Amsterdam

Scott Osberg

Sarah C. Stiles


Is lntermodalism Sustainable?

Bryan A. Stone


Comprehensive Index for 1998