Urban Transportation Planning in the United States: An Historical Overview

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Index
AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials), 11–12, 82–83
ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), 173–74. See also Handicapped persons, accessibility for
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, 3, 49
AGT (automated guideway transit), 90
Airlie House Conference on Urban Transportation Planning, 127, 130
Air quality: Clean Air Act Amendments, 65, 105–6, 168–72, 217–18; conformity regulations, 193–96; environmental lawsuits, 162–64; federal funding for, 178; highway capacity and, 162–64, 200; sanctions, 171; southern California, 152–53; sustainable development, 187
Airtrans, 90
Alternative fuels, 170, 172, 190–91, 211
Alternative technologies, 186, 211. See also Intelligent vehicle highway systems
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), 11–12, 82–83
American Public Transit Association (APTA), 104
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 173–74. See also Handicapped persons, accessibility for
Aspen Conference on Future Urban Transportation, 122–23
Automated guideway transit (AGT), 90
Average vehicle ridership (AVR), 152–53
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), 19, 114– 16
Bicycle travel, 208
Blue Book, 11
BOB (Bureau of the Budget), 3, 57–59
Boston Transportation Planning Review (BPTR), 65–66
Boston Transportation Study, 18
Bridge management systems, 196–97, 208
Bureau of Public Roads (BPR), 2–3, 11, 31, 34–37. See also Federal Highway Administration
Bureau of the Budget (BOB), 3, 57–59
Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), 3–4
Bus testing, 149, 177, 185
Buy America program, 110, 149

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