Future Uses of Highway Rights of Way
The Future Uses of Rights of Way study highlights emerging possibilities for the use of highway rights of way to provide more diverse options for transportation and to meet other societal-related needs. Uses that will be highlighted are deck parks, automated technology, solar and wind power, kinetic-energy recapture, transmission line placement, truck idling facilities and intermodal uses.
Future Uses of Highway Rights of Way, HPTS Summary Report
The Next Generation of Travel: Research, Analysis and Scenario Development
The future of personal travel will be influenced by a combination of various events, including life cycle changes, demographic and socioeconomic factors, generational social norms, and the adaption of people to new technologies and travel options. The Transportation Futures team is conducting a formal study to examine the travel behavior of youth under the age of 30, which will be used to develop policy recommendations based on improved forecasts of demand, vehicle usage and the impacts of new transportation technologies on personal travel.