Curriculum Vitae






Kari E. Watkins

Frederick Law Olmsted Associate Professor
Transportation Systems Engineering
SEB 228
206.250.4415




Biography

Dr. Kari Edison Watkins, P.E., is the Frederick Law Olmsted Associate Professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She returned to her undergraduate alma mater to become a faculty member in 2011 after completing her PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Washington. Her teaching and research interests revolve around multi-modal transportation planning and the use of technology in transportation, especially as related to transit planning and operations and improved traveler information. At the University of Washington, Dr. Watkins’ research focused on transit travel time reliability and the effects of transit traveler information. She co-created the OneBusAway program (http://onebusaway.org/) to provide real-time next bus countdown information and other transit information tools for transit riders in greater Seattle-Tacoma. OneBusAway has won numerous awards and Dr. Watkins dissertation was awarded the Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC) Wootan Award for best dissertation in transportation policy and planning. As a long time cyclist, Dr. Watkins has recently begun to explore cyclist infrastructure preferences through survey research and crowdsourced cycling data through the Cycle Atlanta (http://cycleatlanta.org) program. Dr. Watkins was recently recognized by Mass Transit Magazine as a Top 40 under 40 and she is a three-time invitee to a National Academy of Engineers Frontiers of Engineering. Prior to her doctoral studies, Dr. Watkins worked for a decade as a senior transportation engineer at Wilbur Smith Associates in New Haven, Connecticut. In line with her years in industry, Dr. Watkins’ teaching focus is on including multimodal transportation concepts throughout the curriculum and sending top-notch engineers into the workforce through practical experience in the Senior Capstone course.

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering, University of Washington, 2011
  • Master of Science in Civil Engineering, University of Connecticut, 2003
  • Bachelor of Civil Engineering (graduated with highest honors), Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997

Research Interests

  • Transportation planning
  • Transit planning and operations
  • Traveler Information
  • Mode choice decision making
  • Complete streets design

Honors

  • Council of University Transportation Centers New Faculty Award - 2017
  • Invited to organize the Japan-American Frontiers of Engineering by the National Academy of Engineers – 2016
  • CETL / BP Junior Faculty Teaching Award, Georgia Institute of Technology - 2014
  • Top 40 under 40, Mass Transit Magazine – 2013
  • Invited to present at the Euro-American Frontiers of Engineering by the National Academy of Engineers – 2013
  • Bill Schutz Junior Faculty Teaching Award, School of Civil & Environmental Engineering – 2013
  • Invited to attend the Indo-American Frontiers of Engineering by the National Academy of Engineers - 2012
  • CUTC Wootan Award for Best Dissertation in Transportation Policy and Planning – 2012
  • University of Washington Valle Fellowship – 2010-2011
  • Women’s Transportation Seminar Puget Sound Chapter Helene Overly Scholarship - 2011
  • USDOT Eisenhower Fellowship – 2007-2010
  • University of Washington ARCS Fellowship – 2007-2010
  • UTC Student of the Year for TransNOW – 2009
  • ENO Foundation Leadership Conference – 2008
  • Women’s Transportation Seminar Puget Sound Chapter Helene Overly Scholarship - 2008

Articles

  1. Watkins, K. and C. Brakewood, “Research Pays Off: Assessing the Impacts of Real-time Transit Information”, Transportation Research News, 2016
  2. Babb, A. and K. Watkins, “Complete Streets Policies and Public Transit”, Transportation Research Record #2543, 2016.
  3. Berrebi, S., K. Watkins, and J. Laval, “A Real-Time Bus Dispatching Policy to Minimize Headway Variance”, Transportation Research Part B, Vol. 81, pp. 377-389, 2015.
  4. Brakewood, Candace*, Gregory Macfarlane, and Kari Watkins, “The Impact of Real-time Information on Bus Ridership in New York City”, Transportation Research Part C, Vol. 53, pp. 59-75, 2015.
  5. Brakewood, Candace*, Francisca Rojas, P. Christopher Zegras, Kari Watkins, and Joshua Robin. “An Analysis of Real-time Commuter Rail Information in Boston” Journal of Public Transportation, Vol. 18, No. 1, 2015.
  6. Brakewood, Candace*, Sean Barbeau and Kari Watkins, “An experiment validating the impacts of transit information on bus riders in Tampa, Florida”, Transportation Research Part A, Vol. 69, pp. 409-422, 2014.
  7. Barbeau, Sean, Alan Borning and Kari Watkins, “OneBusAway Multi-region – Rapidly Expanding Mobile Transit Apps to New Cities” Journal of Public Transportation, Vol. 17, No. 4, 2014.
  8. Windmiller, Sarah*, Todd Hennessy and Kari Watkins, “Accessibility of Communication Technology and the Rider Experience: Case Study of St. Louis Metro” Transportation Research Record #2415, pp. 118-126, 2014.
  9. Misra, Aditi*, Aaron Gooze*, Kari Watkins, Mariam Asad and Christopher Le Dantec. “Crowdsourcing and Its Application to Transportation Planning” Transportation Research Record #2414, pp. 1 – 8, 2014.
  10. Wall, Thomas*, Gregory Macfarlane and Kari Watkins, “Exploring the use of egocentric online social network data to characterize individual air travel behavior”, Transportation Research Record #2400, pp. 78-86, 2014.
  11. Watkins, Kari and Hendrik Wolff “Speeding Behavior and Gasoline Prices using Hourly Washington State Data”, Transportation Research Record #2375, pp. 29-36, 2013.
  12. Edwards, Derek* and Kari Watkins, “Comparing Fixed-Route and Demand-Responsive Feeder Transit Systems in Real-World Settings”, Transportation Research Record #2352, pp.128-135, 2013.
  13. Gooze, Aaron*, Kari Watkins and Alan Borning. “Benefits of Real-Time Transit Information and Impacts of Data Accuracy on Rider Experience”, Transportation Research Record #2351, pp. 95-103, 2013.
  14. Watkins, Kari, Alan Borning, G. Scott Rutherford, Brian Ferris and Brian Gill. “Attitudes of Bus Operators Towards Real-time Transit Information Tools.” Transportation, Vol. 40, No. 5, 2013.
  15. Watkins, Kari. “Book Review of Human transit: How clearer thinking about public transit can enrich our communities and our lives, by Jarrett Walker” Journal of Transportation and Land Use, Vol 5, No 3, 2012.
  16. Watkins, Kari, Brian Ferris, Alan Borning, G. Scott Rutherford and David Layton. “Where Is My Bus? Impact of mobile real-time information on the perceived and actual wait time of transit riders.” Transportation Research Part A, Vol. 45, No. 8, pp.839-848, Oct 2011.
  17. Wu, Yao-Jan, Mark Hallenbeck, Yinhai Wang and Kari Watkins. “Evaluation of Arterial and Freeway Interaction for Determining the Feasibility of Traffic Diversion.” Journal of Transportation Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 137, No. 8, 2011.
  18. Watkins, Kari, Brian Ferris, and G. Scott Rutherford. “Explore: An Attraction Search Tool for Transit Trip Planning.” Journal of Public Transportation, Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 111-128, 2010.
  19. Schramm, LisaRene, Kari Watkins, and G. Scott Rutherford. “Amenities That Effect Variability of Travel Time on BRT Systems.” Transportation Research Record #2143, pp. 77-84, 2010.
  20. Ferris, Brian, Kari Watkins, and Alan Borning. “Location-Aware Tools for Improving Public Transit Usability.” IEEE Pervasive Computing, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 13-19, Jan-Mar 2010.
  21. Watkins, Kari, Timothy Sorenson, and Norman Garrick. “Platform Layout for the New Britain – Hartford Busway.” Transportation Research Record # 1791, Transportation Research Board, 2002.

Books

  1. Bregman, Susan and Kari Watkins Best Practices for Transportation Agency Use of Social Media. CRC Press, 2013.

Proceedings

  1. Misra, A. and K. Watkins, “Modeling Cyclists’ Willingness to Deviate from Shortest Path Using Revealed Preference Data”, Transportation Research Board 2017 Annual Meeting
  2. Watkins, K., R. Ammanamanchi, J. LaMondia, and C. LeDantec, “Comparison of Smartphone-based Cyclist GPS Data Sources”, Transportation Research Board 2016 Annual Meeting.
  3. Hans, E., S. Berrebi, N. Chiabaut, J. Laval, L. Leclercq, and K. Watkins, “Comparing Bus Holding Methods using Real-Time Prediction, Transportation Research Board 2016 Annual Meeting.
  4. Berrebi, Simon*, Kari Watkins, and Jorge Laval, “A Real-Time Bus Dispatching Policy to Minimize Passenger Wait Without Buffer”, Conference on Advanced Systems in Public Transportation 2015, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  5. Brakewood, Candace*, and Kari Watkins, “Quantifying the Impact of Real-time Information on Transit Ridership”, Conference on Advanced Systems in Public Transportation 2015, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  6. Le Dantec, Christopher, Kari Watkins, Russ Clark, and Elizabeth Mynatt, “Cycle Atlanta and OneBusAway: Driving innovation through the data ecosystems of civic computing”, HCI International 2015.
  7. LeDantec, Christopher, Mariam Asad, Aditi Misra*, and Kari Watkins, “Planning with Crowdsourced Data: Rhetoric and Representation in Transportation Planning”, ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing 2015.
  8. Brakewood, Candace*, and Kari Watkins, “A Method for Linking Transit Smart Card Data and Survey Responses to Evaluate Travel Behavior and its Application to a Before-After Analysis of Real-Time Information”, Transportation Research Board 2015 Annual Meeting
  9. Berrebi, Simon*, Kari Watkins, and Jorge Laval, “A Real-Time Bus Dispatching Policy to Minimize Headway Variance”, Transportation Research Board 2015 Annual Meeting
  10. Bregman, Susan, Kari Watkins, Yanzi Xu, and Kathryn Coffel, “Who’s Online…and Who Isn’t? Equity Considerations for Web-Based Feedback and Transit”, Transportation Research Board 2015 Annual Meeting
  11. Misra, Aditi*, Kari Watkins, and Christopher LeDantec, “Socio-demographic Influence on Cyclists’ Self Classification by Rider Type”, Transportation Research Board 2015 Annual Meeting
  12. Watkins, Kari, Ryan Sager*, Yanzhi Xu, Susan Bregman, and Kathryn Coffel, “Current and Future Use of Web-based Feedback Tools among Transit Agencies”, Transportation Research Board 2015 Annual Meeting
  13. Brakewood, Candace*, Francisca Rojas, Joshua Robin, P. Christopher Zegras, Kari Watkins, Jake Sion, and Samuel Jordan, “An Analysis of Real-time Commuter Rail Information in Boston” Transportation Research Board 2014 Annual Meeting.
  14. Anders, Joel*, Candace Brakewood*, and Kari Watkins, “A Case Study Analysis of New Fare Payment systems in Public Transit” Transportation Research Board 2014 Annual Meeting.
  15. Watkins, Kari and Susan Bregman, “Best Practices for Transportation Agency Use of Social Media” Transportation Research Board 2014 Annual Meeting.
  16. Watkins, Kari, Sarah Windmiller*, and Katharine Hunter-Zaworski, “Bridging the Digital Divide: Ensuring Information Equity in Social Media” Transportation Research Board 2014 Annual Meeting.
  17. Kressner, Josephine, Margaret Carragher*, and Kari Watkins “A Household-Level Comparison of Targeted Marketing Data and Self-Reported Survey Data” Transportation Research Board 2014 Annual Meeting.
  18. Weber, Johann, Aditi Misra*, Alice Grossman, Giacomo Cernjul, Sean McTague, Kari Watkins and Randall Guensler, “Constructing Improved Bicycle Maps: User Preferences and Comparative Analysis” Transportation Research Board 2014 Annual Meeting.
  19. Watkins, Kari, Brian Ferris, Yegor Malinovskiy and Alan Borning. “Beyond Context Sensitive Solutions: Using Value Sensitive Design to Identify Needed Transit Information Tools.” Proceedings of Third International Conference on Urban Public Transportation Systems, Paris, Nov 2013
  20. Wong, James*, Landon Reed*, Kari Watkins and Reagan Hammond. “Open Transit Data: State of the Practice and Experience from Participating Agencies in the United States”, Transportation Research Board 2013 Annual Meeting.
  21. Watkins, Kari, Mark Wheldon and G. Scott Rutherford. “Measurement and evaluation of transit travel time reliability”. Proceedings of Conference on Advanced Systems for Public Transport, Santiago, Chile, July 2012.
  22. Watkins, Kari, Brian Ferris, Mark Hallenbeck and Alan Borning. “Next Steps in Transit Rider Information: Development of a Webapp for Personalized Transit Service Alerts.” Proceedings of Transportation Research Board 2012 Annual Meeting.
  23. Watkins, Kari, Brian Ferris, Alan Borning, G. Scott Rutherford and David Layton. “Where Is My Bus? Impact of mobile real-time information on the perceived and actual wait time of transit riders.” Proceedings of Transportation Research Board 2012 Annual Meeting.
  24. Ferris, Brian, Kari Watkins and Alan Borning. “OneBusAway: Behavioral and Satisfaction Changes Resulting from Providing Real-Time Arrival Information for Public Transit”. Proceedings of Transportation Research Board 2011 Annual Meeting.
  25. Watkins, Kari and Brian Ferris. “Explore: An Attraction Search Tool for Transit Trip Planning.” Proceedings of Transportation Research Board 2010 Annual Meeting.
  26. Watkins, Kari and Mark Hallenbeck. “Impact of Weather on Freeway Travel Times in the Rain City.” Proceedings of Transportation Research Board 2010 Annual Meeting.
  27. Ferris, Brian, Kari Watkins, and Alan Borning. “OneBusAway: Results from providing real-time arrival information for public transit.” Proceedings of Association for Computing Machinery Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) 2010 (Best paper nominee).
  28. Ferris, Brian, Kari Watkins, and Alan Borning. “OneBusAway: A Transit Traveller Information System.” Proceedings of International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications and Services (MobiCase), 2009.
  29. Watkins, Kari and Mark Hallenbeck, “Reliability Measures - Which Statistics Will Actually Help Manage Our Roadways?” Proceedings of Transportation Research Forum 50th Annual Forum, 2009.
  30. Watkins, Kari, Peter Plumeau, and Michael Munson. “A New Tool for Assessing Developments: The Land Use Transportation Index.” Proceedings of Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, 2003.
  31. Watkins, Kari, “How the stigma of a Bus Rapid Transit system was overcome – The New Britain to Hartford Bus Rapid Transit Experience.” Proceedings of American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Rail Transit Conference, 2002.

Presentations

  1. Review of Bicycle and Pedestrian Treatment Safety Research, 10th University Transportation Center Spotlight Conference: Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety, Washington DC, Dec 2016
  2. What is old is new again! Reinvention of traditional transport services, ITS World Congress Bordeaux, October 2015
  3. Roles of open, big and small data in smarter mobility, ITS World Congress Bordeaux, October 2015
  4. New Technology-enabled Models for Transit and Urban Mobility, FHWA-Eno Workshop on Emerging Technology Trends in Transportation, Sept 2015
  5. Integrating Ped/Bike Concepts into University Courses, Ped-Bike Information Center (part of UNC Highway Safety Research Center) webinar, August 2015
  6. Crowdsourcing Cyclist Data, Unraveling Cycling and Pedestrian Flows (European Research Council Grant Kick-off Conference), Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 2015
  7. Use of Web-based Customer Feedback to Improve Public Transit Services, TCRP Oversight and Project Selection (TOPS) Committee, Washington DC, June 2015
  8. Real-time Transit Information: Uses and Impacts, FTA Region 4 Conference, May 2015
  9. Real-time Transit Information: Enablers, Impacts and Implications, University of Tennessee, April 2015
  10. Real-time Transit Information: Enablers, Impacts and Implications, University of Vermont, March 2015
  11. Watkins, Kari and Chris LeDantec. “Cycle Atlanta”. Presentation in the Bicycling Atlanta session at the Atlanta Studies Symposium, March 2015.
  12. Use of Web-based Customer Feedback to Improve Public Transit Services, Transportation Research Board Marketing and Fare Policy Committee, Washington DC, Jan 2015
  13. Brakewood, Candace, Kari Watkins, and Sean Barbeau. “Evaluating the Impacts of Real-Time Transit Information on Bus Riders in Tampa, Florida.” Presentation at the APTA Bus and Paratransit Conference. Kansas City, Missouri, 2014.
  14. Cycle Atlanta: Creating a Cycling City, American Planning Association National Conference, 2014
  15. Atlanta’s Innovative Planning Technology (mobile workshop), American Planning Association National Conference, 2014
  16. Transportation Technologies for Regional Systems, American Planning Association National Conference, 2014
  17. Misra, Aditi, Kari Watkins and Chris LeDantec, “Cycle Atlanta – Facilitating GPS Based Data Collection for Bicyclists in Atlanta” North American Travel Monitoring Exposition and Conference, 2014
  18. Environmental Sustainability through Bicycle and Pedestrian Research, USDOT University Transportation Center Workshop on Pedestrian and Bicycle Research, Washington DC, Sept 2014
  19. The Impacts of Real-time Information on Transit User Perceptions, t-HUB Workshop: Equity and Transit System Performance Measurement, Hartford, Connecticut, Sept 2014
  20. Open Transit Data: Evolution and Best Practices, USDOT Learn from the Experts: Talking Technology and Transportation (T3) Webinar, August 2014
  21. OneBusAway, ITS Georgia, June 2014
  22. The Rider Experience – Meeting Rider Demand, Innovation in Mobility Public Policy Summit, Washington DC, June 2014
  23. Teaching Pedestrian and Bicycle Education, Transportation Research Board Pedestrian and Bicycle Education Subcommittee, Washington DC, Jan 2014
  24. Impacts of the Sharing Economy on Transportation, Euro-American Frontiers of Engineering, National Academy of Engineers, Paris, France, Nov 2013
  25. Moderator, Case Studies of Best Practices and Success Stories IV: Rail & Non-Motorized Transportation, ASCE Green Streets, Austin, TX, Nov 2013
  26. Urban Transportation Information, CEE Advisory Board Meeting, Georgia Tech, Nov 2013
  27. OneBusAway, GVU Advisory Board Meeting, Georgia Tech, Oct 2013
  28. Carragher, Margaret, Wenwen Zhang and Kari Watkins, “Spider Maps: Summary of Best Practices and Guide to Design”, GIS in Transit Conference, Oct 2013
  29. Inside the Black Box, WREK Radio, Georgia Tech, Oct 2013
  30. Moderator, The Internet Paradigm and ITS, ITS World Congress, Tokyo, Japan, Oct 2013
  31. Carragher, Margaret and Kari Watkins, “Innovations in Multi-Modal Mapping”, GIS in Transit Conference, Oct 2013
  32. Open Transit Data: State of the Practice, ITS World Congress, Tokyo, Japan, Oct 2013
  33. Barbeau, Sean, Candace Brakewood, Kari Watkins, and Shannon Haney, “OneBusAway – Sharing real-time transit information via open-source software”, Research that Matters, University of South Florida, Oct 2013
  34. Urban Transportation Information, Leadership Atlanta’s (co)lab Summit, Sept 2013
  35. Wong, James, Kari Watkins, and Hans Klein, “Outsourcing Traffic Data: Are TMC’s ready?” Georgia Transportation Institute poster session, Sept 2013
  36. Reed, Landon, Kari Watkins, and Hans Klein, “Real-time Transit Passenger Information – A Case Study in Standards Development” Georgia Transportation Institute poster session, Sept 2013
  37. Misra, Aditi and Kari Watkins, “Cycle Atlanta: Mapping the Ride to a Better Atlanta” Georgia transportation Institute poster session, Sept 2013
  38. Taming the Complexity of Transportation, First-year Book Launch, Georgia Tech, Aug 2013
  39. The Power of Information to Create a More Livable Transportation System, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, May 2013
  40. Carragher, Margaret and Kari Watkins, “Innovations in Multi-Modal Schematic Transit Mapping: The Best Map for Atlanta”, American Planning Association, April 2013
  41. Cycle Atlanta: Increasing Public Participation in Cycling Infrastructure Decisions, Programs for Promoting Cycling, Alabama Transportation Conference, Feb 2013
  42. Understanding the Impacts of Transit Real-time Passenger Information: Research and Perspectives, ITS PTSS Committee, Washington DC, Jan 2013
  43. Enabling Transit Solutions through Traveler Information, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, Paris, Nov 2012
  44. Real-time Transit Information, Guest Lecture, CNAM, Paris, Nov 2012
  45. The United States: A Potential Market for French Rail Operators, Panelist, CNAM, Nov 2012
  46. Enabling Transit Solutions through Traveler Information, INFORMS, Phoenix, Oct 2012
  47. Carragher, Margaret and Kari Watkins, “Innovations in Multi-Modal Schematic Transit Mapping: Survey Methods”, Georgia Planning Association, Sept 2012
  48. Enabling Transit Solutions through Traveler Information, GVU Center, Atlanta, Sept 2012
  49. Enabling Transit Solutions through Traveler Information, ITS Georgia, Atlanta, Aug 2012
  50. Enabling Transit Solutions – A Case for Open Data, World Bank, Washington DC, May 2012
  51. Human Systems Interaction: Transit Rider Information, Blended Research @ the Library, Georgia Tech, March 2012.
  52. So, You Want to be a Transportation Engineer, ASCE, Georgia Tech, February 2012.
  53. Using Technology to Revolutionize Public Transportation. Eidgenossishe Technische Hoshschule (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland, December 2011.
  54. Location-Based Services for Public Transport. ITS World Congress, Orlando, Florida, October 2011.
  55. Panelist, Social Media in Transportation, Georgia Tech Women’s Transportation Seminar, August 2011
  56. OneBusAway. USDOT University Research Technology Transfer Day, Washington, DC, April 2011.
  57. Panelist, From Here to There Community Forum, Seattle City Council, March 29, 2011.
  58. Using Technology to Revolutionize Public Transportation. University of Virginia, March 14, 2011.

Reports

  1. Watkins, K., M. Rodgers, R. Guensler, Y. Xu, J. DiGioia, A. Grossman, A. Krishnan, Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety in the Highway Safety Manual, Georgia Department of Transportation, 2016
  2. Watkins, K., C. LeDantec, A. Misra, M. Asad, C. Mingus, C. Bearn, A. Poznanski, A. Guo, R. Ammanamanchi, V. Gentry, A. Gooze, Using Crowdsourcing to Prioritize Bicycle Network Improvements, STRIDE Center and Georgia Department of Transportation, 2016
  3. Watkins, Kari, Jeff LaMondia and Candace Brakewood*, Developing a New Course for Public Transportation Education, STRIDE Project #2012-029S, 2015.
  4. Watkins, Kari, Susan Bregman and Kathryn Coffel, TCRP Report 179: Use of Web-based Customer Feedback to Improve Public Transit Service. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2015.
  5. Klein, Hans, Kari Watkins, James Wong, Landon Reed, Victor Wanningen, Bingling Zhang. Information Services in Social Networked Transportation: Governance and ITS. FHWA-GA-14-1226, Georgia Department of Transportation. 2014.
  6. Watkins, Kari, James Wong and Maria Roell. Technology Scan of Future Traveler Information Systems and Applications in Georgia. Georgia Department of Transportation. 2013.
  7. Hallenbeck, Mark, Chong Pham and Kari Watkins. Incident Response Evaluation Phase 3. Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC). 2011.
  8. Muench, S.T., Anderson, J.L., Hatfield, J.P., Koester, J.R., & Söderlund, M. et al. Greenroads Rating System v1.0. (J.L. Anderson and S.T. Muench, Eds.). Seattle, WA: University of Washington. 2010. Author of the Transit Access Credit
  9. Schimek, Paul, Kari Watkins, David Chase, Karl Smith and Stephen Gazillo. Silver Line Waterfront Bus Rapid Transit Project 2007 Evaluation. Federal Transit Administration, 2007.
  10. Schimek, Paul, Kari Watkins, David Chase, Karl Smith, Stephen Gazillo and Bethany Whitaker. Las Vegas Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) Bus Rapid Transit Project 2006 Evaluation. Federal Transit Administration, 2006.
  11. Wilbur Smith Associates. New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Commuter Rail Implementation Study: Final Report. Connecticut Department of Transportation, 2005, http://ct.gov/dot/cwp/view.asp?a=3535&q=425110.
  12. Wilbur Smith Associates. Strategies Evaluation Report: Regional Transit Development Strategies Study: Final Report. South Central Regional Council of Governments, 2005.
  13. Wilbur Smith Associates. Hartford East Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study: Final Report. Connecticut Department of Transportation, 2004.
  14. Wilbur Smith Associates. Griffin Busway Feasibility Study: Final Report. Capitol Region Council of Governments, 2004.
  15. Wilbur Smith Associates. Congestion Mitigation Systems Plan Vision 2020. South Western Regional Planning Agency, 2003.
  16. Wilbur Smith Associates. Final Environmental Impact Statement and Section 4(f) Evaluation, New Britain-Hartford Busway. Federal Transit Administration, 2001.
  17. Wilbur Smith Associates. I-84 West Side Access Study. Connecticut Department of Transportation, 2001.
  18. Wilbur Smith Associates. I-84 West of Waterbury Needs and Deficiencies Study. Connecticut Department of Transportation, 2001.

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