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trb_logo VISUALIZATION IN TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
Transportation Research Board of the National Academies
The scope of the committee is to foster and disseminate collaborative exchange and research that enhances the usable knowledge of visualization methods and technologies for their potential in addressing critical transportation issues of today, as well as promoting innovative approaches to society's transportation needs of the future.
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AASHTO utilizes many forms of visualization as part of a comprehensive look at transportation needs and opportunities in this short video titled “Transportation: A New Vision for the 21st Century”.
DURATION:    7:50

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DOUG WALKER explores a bit further the communication, collaboration, and decision-making implications of visualization tools in transportation.
DURATION:    23:22

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TOM GRANDA discusses progress in simulator research and the opportunities which lay ahead for roadway geometric design.
DURATION:    17:43


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TRB Research Needs Statements

Proceedings – 2006 International Visualization in Transportation Symposium

FHWA Federal Lands Division – Design Visualization Manual

FHWA Transportation Planning Capacity Building - Visualization

Minnesota DOT Visualization Services (Visual Imaging)

Washington State DOT Visualization Group

North Carolina DOT Enterprise Visualization

TRB Research Needs Statements

National Transportation Library
- Transportation Research Information System (TRIS)

Proceedings – 2006 International Visualization in Transportation Symposium

FHWA Federal Lands Division – Design Visualization Manual

FHWA Transportation Planning Capacity Building - Visualization

Minnesota DOT Visualization Services (Visual Imaging)

Washington State DOT Visualization Group

North Carolina DOT Enterprise Visualization
 

 

 

 

 

 
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