Rail Conference TCRP Reports

Rail Conference TCRP Reports2018-12-07T13:11:24-04:00

SATURDAY, JUNE 9
 
Safety Seminar: Modern Approach to Safety & Safety Culture
Improving Safety Culture in Public Transportation


MONDAY, JUNE 11

 OPENING GENERAL SESSION: Where Public Transportation Goes, Community Grows
Effects of TOD on Housing, Parking, and Travel 
Transit-Oriented Development in the United States: Experiences, Challenges, and Prospects
Transit Oriented Development -Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes​

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 Streetcars & Light Rail: Boosting Performance & Smart Expansions
Guidebook on Pedestrian Crossings of Public Transit Rail Services​

Track Design Handbook for Light Rail Transit

Improving Pedestrian and Motorist Safety Along Light Rail Alignments

Relationships Between Streetcars and the Built Environment 

 

Station Area Access Planning 
 Guidelines for Providing Access to Public Transportation Stations 
Transit Supportive Parking Policies and Programs 

Safety and Security Trends in an Uncertain World​
Manual to Improve Rail Transit Safety at Platform/Vehicle and Platform/Guideway Interfaces
Public Transportation Passenger Security Inspections: A Guide for Policy Decision Makers
Security-Related Customer Communications and Training for Public Transportation Providers 


Buy America Updates
Updated Guide to Buy America Requirements—2015 Supplement

The Tracks of Tomorrow, Today!
Rail Transit Track Inspection Practices  ​
Track-Related Research, Direct-Fixation Track Design Specifications, Research, and Related Material

Flange Climb Derailment Criteria and Wheel/Rail Profile Management and Maintenance Guidelines for Transit Operations 
Track-Related Research, Exothermic Welding of Heavy Electrical Cables to Rail — Applicability of AREMA Track
Recommended Practices for Transit Agencies

Track Maintenance Costs on Rail Transit Properties  
TUESDAY, JUNE 12
Improving Asset Management Practices
Guidance for Developing a Transit Asset Management Plan
Rail Activation Roundtable: Doing it the Right Way!
Legal Handbook for the New Starts Process 

TOD Planning & Practices
Effects of TOD on Housing, Parking, and Travel 
Transit-Oriented Development in the United States: Experiences, Challenges, and Prospects
Transit Oriented Development -Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes​

Labor Management Think Tank 2018
​Labor–Management Partnerships for Public Transportation,Toolkit  

Unlimited Power! – Traction Power Innovation
Track Design Handbook for Light Rail Transit, Second Edition 
Direct-Fixation Track Design Specifications, Research, and Related Material 
Report 71 Volume 6

Security Enterprise Risk Management in Cybersecurity 
Protection of Transportation Infrastructure from Cyber Attacks: A Primer
Good Planning Leads to Good Projects ​
State of Good Repair: Prioritizing the Rehabilitation and Replacement of Existing Capital Assets and
Evaluating the Implications for Transit
A Guidebook for the Evaluation of Project Delivery Methods  
Financing Capital Investment: A Primer for the Transit Practitioner 
 Brave New World: Changing the Operations Playbok
E-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Improving Public Transportation Technology Implementations and 
Anticipating Emerging Technologies
Use and Deployment of Mobile Device Technology for Real-Time Transit Information
Developing an ITS Technology Web Portal for Transit System Leaders

Technology Contracting for Transit Projects 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13​
Vehicle-Track Interaction 
Rail Transit Track Inspection Practices 

Guidelines for Rail Base Inspection and Rail Condemnation Limits for Corrosion-Induced Material Loss

Sustainability & Resiliency Strategies​
Tools for a Sustainable Transit Agency 

 Improving the Resilience of Transit Systems Threatened by Natural Disasters, Volume 1: A Guide 

Advancements in Technology to Protect Against Threats and Prevent  Accidents/Incidents
Video Surveillance Uses by Rail Transit Agencies
Legal Implications of Video Surveillance on Transit Systems
CLOSING GENERAL SESSION: Infrastructure and Resiliency
Guide to Value Capture Financing for Public Transportation Projects

 Improving the Resilience of Transit Systems Threatened by Natural Disasters, Volume 1: A Guide 

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