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Washington Post Features Results from Studio Class on Dockless Bikeshare

This week the Washington Post featured results from our studio class on dockless bikeshare. Congratulations to our MURP students! Are dockless bikeshare systems changing Washington’s biking culture? Advertisements

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CUTR Webinar on the Future of Public Transport

Last week Dr. Kari Watkins (Georgia Institute of Technology) and I jointly presented a webinar for the Center of Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) on the future of public transport. The two presentations were titled: Does the Future of Mobility Depend … Continue reading

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VT NCR Newsstory about Dockless Bikeshare Studio Class

Exploratory Virginia Tech study suggests dockless bikeshare attracts more diverse riders and may be more accessible in D.C. An exploratory Virginia Tech study suggests that riders using Washington D.C.’s dockless bikeshare systems may be more ethnically diverse and that a … Continue reading

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New Article About the Future of Public Transport in the US

The Journal of Public Transportation just published my new article on the future of public transport. Buehler, Ralph. 2018. Can Public Transportation Compete with Automated and Connected Cars?. Journal of Public Transportation, 21 (1): 7-18. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5038/2375-0901.21.1.2 Available at: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/jpt/vol21/iss1/2

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Same Media Mention in Four Newspapers Across the US

Travelers are rethinking rental cars — here’s why Travelers are rethinking rental cars – here’s why Travelers are rethinking rental cars – here’s why Travelers are rethinking rental cars – here’s why

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TRB and NHTSA Updates for 2018 Annual Meeting

      Cooperative Research Program Update – Compilation of the most recent information about TRB’s Cooperative Research Programs.       Global Affiliates – TRB is seeking new organizational partners to join its Global Affiliates Program to help promote TRB’s mission of providing independent, objective, research-based solutions to … Continue reading

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Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability Center Faculty Spotlight

The Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability Center – Region 3 University Transportation Center published the following research spotlight: Ralph Buehler, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Urban Affairs and Planning at Virginia Tech. Travel Behavior: An Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Approach to Developing Transport … Continue reading

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