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Thailand Vts: An Analysis Of Its Capabilities To Enhance The Safety And Efficiency Of Navigation, Theeratch Amphanthongpaphakul 2018 World Maritime University

Thailand Vts: An Analysis Of Its Capabilities To Enhance The Safety And Efficiency Of Navigation, Theeratch Amphanthongpaphakul

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Developing Port Marketing Strategies: A Case Study For Bangkok Port, Thailand, Kanchisa Deerod 2018 World Maritime University

Developing Port Marketing Strategies: A Case Study For Bangkok Port, Thailand, Kanchisa Deerod

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Enhancing Safety Of Navigation By Incorporation Of Additional Data By Automatic Identification System, Rishi Mondal 2018 World Maritime University

Enhancing Safety Of Navigation By Incorporation Of Additional Data By Automatic Identification System, Rishi Mondal

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Ship Operational Performance Modelling For Voyage Optimization Through Fuel Consumption Minimization, Meriam Chaal 2018 World Maritime University

Ship Operational Performance Modelling For Voyage Optimization Through Fuel Consumption Minimization, Meriam Chaal

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Implementation Of Lean Enterprise And Renewable Energy In Port Castries Saint Lucia, Thecla Sabrina Joseph 2018 World Maritime University

Implementation Of Lean Enterprise And Renewable Energy In Port Castries Saint Lucia, Thecla Sabrina Joseph

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


An Economic Analysis Of Concentration In Port Operations: The Case Of Haiphong Port, Minh Phuong Nguyen 2018 World Maritime University

An Economic Analysis Of Concentration In Port Operations: The Case Of Haiphong Port, Minh Phuong Nguyen

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


The Maritime Education And Training Sector: Beyond Traditional Quality Management, Htet Khaing Kyi Lin 2018 World Maritime University

The Maritime Education And Training Sector: Beyond Traditional Quality Management, Htet Khaing Kyi Lin

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Determining The Factors Affecting The Turnaround Time Of Container Vessels: A Case Study On Port Of Colombo, Wajira H.V. Premathilaka 2018 World Maritime University

Determining The Factors Affecting The Turnaround Time Of Container Vessels: A Case Study On Port Of Colombo, Wajira H.V. Premathilaka

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


A Study On The Definition Of Ship Related Seaborne Oil Transportation, Seokjin Kang 2018 World Maritime University

A Study On The Definition Of Ship Related Seaborne Oil Transportation, Seokjin Kang

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Global Logistics Trend Spillover Through Container And Roro Shipping In North Europe Short Sea Shipping, Jee Young Yoo 2018 World Maritime University

Global Logistics Trend Spillover Through Container And Roro Shipping In North Europe Short Sea Shipping, Jee Young Yoo

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Research To Improve Maritime Education And Training For Energy Efficient Ship Operation In China, Chunsheng Ma 2018 World Maritime University

Research To Improve Maritime Education And Training For Energy Efficient Ship Operation In China, Chunsheng Ma

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


The Impact Of Autonomous Ships On The Containerised Shipping Interface Of Global Supply Chains- And Networks: A Literature Examination Of Selected Stakeholder Perspectives, Dirk Johannes Janse Van Rensburg 2018 World Maritime University

The Impact Of Autonomous Ships On The Containerised Shipping Interface Of Global Supply Chains- And Networks: A Literature Examination Of Selected Stakeholder Perspectives, Dirk Johannes Janse Van Rensburg

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Switching Paper To Electronic Bills Of Lading : Legal Perspective And Reform Options For Vietnam, Thi Mai Anh Doan 2018 World Maritime University

Switching Paper To Electronic Bills Of Lading : Legal Perspective And Reform Options For Vietnam, Thi Mai Anh Doan

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Customer Relationship Management (Crm),Customer Satisfaction, Loyalty And Port Performance: A Case Study Of Kenya Ports Authority (Kpa), Egilla Mkawuganga 2018 World Maritime University

Customer Relationship Management (Crm),Customer Satisfaction, Loyalty And Port Performance: A Case Study Of Kenya Ports Authority (Kpa), Egilla Mkawuganga

World Maritime University Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Is Public Transit's 'Green' Reputation Deserved?, Justin Beaudoin 2018 University of Washington Tacoma

Is Public Transit's 'Green' Reputation Deserved?, Justin Beaudoin

TREC Friday Seminar Series

While public transit has a reputation as a potential means to ameliorate the adverse environmental effects of automobile travel, there have been very few empirical studies of the marginal effect of transit supply on air quality. We explore whether any of the substantial improvement in air quality observed in the U.S. from 1991 to 2011 can be attributed to increased public transit supply by developing an equilibrium model of transit and automobile travel volumes as a function of the level of transit supplied. We then empirically analyze the effects of the level of transit supply on observed ambient pollution ...


Where Do Riders Park Dockless, Shared Electric Scooters? Findings From San Jose, California, Kevin Fang, Asha Weinstein Agrawal, Jeremy Steele, John Joseph Hunter, Ashley M. Hooper 2018 Sonoma State University

Where Do Riders Park Dockless, Shared Electric Scooters? Findings From San Jose, California, Kevin Fang, Asha Weinstein Agrawal, Jeremy Steele, John Joseph Hunter, Ashley M. Hooper

Mineta Transportation Institute Publications

Dockless, shared, electric kick-scooters started popping up on U.S. city streets without warning in 2017. Reaction to the shared scooters came swiftly and strongly. On the one hand, the scooters have proven popular with riders, attracting investment capital and expanding service to additional cities. But others have been less enthusiastic, with a central complaint being how shared scooters are parked.

This perspective explores the extent to which parked shared scooters pose a problem to others on streets, sidewalks, and public spaces, using empirical evidence documenting where scooters have been parked in downtown San Jose, California.


Not Just An Ache: Examining The Rate Of Musculoskeletal Pain In City Bus Drivers, Jeremy Steele 2018 McGill University

Not Just An Ache: Examining The Rate Of Musculoskeletal Pain In City Bus Drivers, Jeremy Steele

Mineta Transportation Institute Publications

This paper examines the rates of musculoskeletal discomfort in a sample of 957 city bus drivers at King County Metro, a public transportation agency serving the greater Seattle area. It also examines how often such pain prevented drivers from doing their normal work, needed treatment from a medical professional, or incited one or more worker’s compensation claims. To assess the level of musculoskeletal discomfort in city bus drivers, an anonymous survey was distributed to drivers at King County Metro, a public transportation agency serving the greater Seattle area. This survey consisted of a Nordic Questionnaire asking drivers whether or ...


Modeling For New Modes: Autonomous Vehicles & Shared Rides, Liming Wang, Joseph Broach, Huajie Yang 2018 Portland State University

Modeling For New Modes: Autonomous Vehicles & Shared Rides, Liming Wang, Joseph Broach, Huajie Yang

TREC Project Briefs

Performance-based planning helps local and state decision makers to understand the potential impacts of policy decisions, supporting cost-effective investments and policy choices that can help achieve policy goals. In addition, it can enable monitoring of progress and facilitate needed adjustments, help them communicate to the public, and assist them with meeting federal regulations and the intent of MAP21. The Regional Strategic Planning Model (RSPM) is a performance-based planning tool first developed by Oregon State DOT (as GreenSTEP) and later adapted for use by other states in the form of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Emissions Reduction Policy Analysis Tool (EERPAT ...


Incorporate Emerging Travel Modes In The Regional Strategic Planning Model (Rspm) Tool, Liming Wang, Joseph Broach, Huajie Yang 2018 Portland State University

Incorporate Emerging Travel Modes In The Regional Strategic Planning Model (Rspm) Tool, Liming Wang, Joseph Broach, Huajie Yang

TREC Final Reports

Performance-based planning helps local and state decision makers to understand the potential impacts of policy decisions, supporting cost-effective investments and policy choices that can help achieve policy goals. In addition, it can enable monitoring of progress and facilitate needed adjustments, help them communicate to the public, and assist them with meeting federal regulations and the intent of MAP21. The Regional Strategic Planning Model (RSPM) is a performance-based planning tool first developed by Oregon State DOT (as GreenSTEP) and later adapted for use by other states in the form of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Emissions Reduction Policy Analysis Tool (EERPAT ...


Transportation Behavior Change...Now With Science!, Jessica Roberts 2018 Alta Planning + Design

Transportation Behavior Change...Now With Science!, Jessica Roberts

TREC Friday Seminar Series

How can we encourage people to make use of the transportation systems in place - to improve transit ridership and, in turn, to improve the health and happiness of our societies?

New findings in behavioral science could unlock new, more effective ways to change transportation behavior...but only if we have a way to find and use that evidence. TransLink (Vancouver BC) undertook a groundbreaking research effort to use cognitive biases to explain why people drive today, and and to identify possible "nudge" strategies to shift those trips to transit and active modes. The resulting report includes brand-new ideas that area ...


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