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 Reports & Publications

This section offers a myriad of publications and documents to assist your organizational needs and for research.  Here you will find the latest  on industry publications, reports, best practices and management documents. These publications have been developed and selected to enhance your day-to-day operations and for future planning.

By clicking on the menu to the left you can peruse the list for your specific area of concern.

 

Featured Publications

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Economic Impact of Public Transportation Investment

Groundbreaking analysis measures public transportation’s impact on the nation’s economic productivity for the first time. Investment in transit can yield 50,731 jobs per $1 billion invested, and offers a 4 to 1 economic return. Investment offers productivity gains long after the short-term stimulative effect.

The Role of Transit in Support of High Growth Business Clusters in the U.S.

This study addresses issues of business productivity, market access and transit service for America's Innovation Districts. The study draws on eight high-growth knowledge-oriented business clusters and their transportation conditions in six US cities to provide an estimate of the total national income and employment consequences of congestion and how investment in public transportation maintain competitiveness.

A New Partnership: Rail Transit and Convention Growth

This joint report produced with the U.S. Travel Assocation examines how cities with rail stations connected directly to airport terminals can realize increases in hotel performance. The report compares six cities with direct rail access from their airport terminal to five cities without. The analysis found that from 2006-2013, hotels in the cities with direct rail access brought in 10.9% more revenue per room than hotels in those cities without.

Millennials & Mobility: Understanding the Millennial Mindset

This report seeks to understand the mindsets behind the decline in driving among millennials and understand the implications of this and other trends for public transportation in the United States, utilizing a mixture of in-depth interviews and a survey of 1,000 people in six cities that are representative of the types of cities Millennials find attractive.

The New Real Estate Mantra 

This paper shows that average sales prices for residences near public transportation were more resilent during the Great Recession than their respective regions as a whole.

 

 Additional Resources

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The Transit Cooperative Research Program
Provides additional research information on public transportation.

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APTA's archives at George Mason University

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