Category: Transportation

Yamaha Motor and Tier IV Establish JV for autonomous transportation service

TOKYO, March 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. and Tier IV, Inc. today announced the launch of eve autonomy, Inc., a joint-venture company based in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, that will develop an autonomous transportation service to help Yamaha Motor and other companies address chronic labor shortages and growing needs for high-mix low-volume production.

Beginning in April, eve autonomy will begin offering easily implemented solutions that combine Tier IV’s Autoware*, an open-source operating system for autonomous driving, and Yamaha Motor’s renowned vehicle-body development technologies. Envisioned subscription-type services and after-sales support will enable customer factories to respond nimbly to demand fluctuations and reduce their initial costs of implementation.

Yamaha Motor and Tier IV, which have jointly developed autonomous transportation services on a pilot basis, started to trial services on production lines this month at Yamaha Motor’s Hamakita Plant in Hamamatsu, as a step toward creating a smart factory.

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Metrobus Routes & Schedules – Miami-Dade County

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South Dade Transitway, Perrine Shopping Center, Southland Mall, Quail Roost Drive/SW 117 Avenue

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Mall at 163 Street, Jackson North, Miami Avenue, Horace Mann Middle School, NW 2 Avenue, Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre Metrorail station, MDC Wolfson Campus, Downtown Bus Terminal, Government Center Metrorail station, Main Library, Historical Museum

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Aventura Mall, The Mall at 163rd Street, Biscayne Boulevard, Omni Metromover Station/Bus Terminal, Government

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National Transportation Center at UMD

Center Theme

The theme of the Center is “Strategic Transportation Policies, Investments and Decisions for Economic Competitiveness”. The Center will conduct research and provide education and technology transfer related to this theme, and will directly support the US DOT’s strategic goal of economic competitiveness with consideration for other relevant strategic goals such as safety and environmental sustainability.

stock photo of trucksCenter Scope

The Center is concerned with the integrated operations and planning of all modes serving the nation’s passenger and freight transportation system, including the institutional issues associated with their management and investments. A balanced multi-modal approach will be used that considers freight and passenger travel mobility, reliability, and sustainability, as well as system operations during periods of both recurring and non-recurring incidents, including response to major emergencies. The modes in this theme include highway, transit, rail, and inter-modal interfaces including ports, terminals and airports. In particular, the Center will focus on research,

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Transportation Barriers to Health Care Access

Ahmed et al. [1] N = 413 adults
Urban (Dayton, Ohio), low SES 71 % female, 48 % Black, 42 % Appalachian Door to door survey on barriers to health care access “Difficulty finding transportation” (1) “Hard” or “very hard” time finding transportation (31 %) Arcury et al. [37] N = 1,059 adults
Rural (North Carolina), mixed SES, 662 female, 948 Whites, 112 Blacks Retrospective, comparing transportation barriers and health care utilization “Distance to care for… regular visit… for less serious emergency… for serious emergency” (3)
Has a driver’s license, any household member has a driver’s license, number of vehicles owned in household, days per week spent driving, relative or friend who regularly provides transportation for a family member, knowledge of organizations that provided transportation to health care and use of such transportation (7) Health care utilization associated with having a driver’s license (OR 2.29 more visits) and having a
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Transportation Management – Transportation Institute

Real-World Content

You’ll work on real-world projects with the top minds in the transportation industry lending their experience.

Finish in 18 Months

Advance your career without putting it on hold by finishing in just 18 months through six 1-week residencies and a week-long international trip.

Powerful Networking

Join an accomplished and connected network of peers who are also high-potential leaders in the transportation industry. 

Graduate Education for Transportation & Supply Chain Leaders 


Denver Transportation Institute

Building on nearly two decades of collaboration between the transportation industry and higher education, the Transportation Institute at the University of Denver (DTI) provides graduate education designed for transportation, logistics, and supply chain professionals from a top 100 university.

The executive Master of Science in Transportation Management offers a distinctive approach to a management degree within the context of transportation, supply chain, and logistics. The graduate certificate in Supply Chain Management covers how to efficiently manage the flow

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Welcome to The H+T Affordability Index

Transportation :: Andrews University

 

NOTICE: as of March 19, 2020:

The office is currently closed for walk-in traffic, however you may still call or email the office.

NOTICE: as of March 23, 2020

We will no longer be transporting people to or from the local transportation centers. 

 

Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 9am to 12pm & 1pm to 5pm & Friday 9am to 11:30am.

 

NOTICE: As of August 1, 2017, the late reservation charges will be applied as noted on each reservation request form.

All reservation request forms must be submitted electronically. Reservation request forms not submitted electronically will be charged a $25.00 handling fee.


Vehicle / Bus Reservations


All reservation forms that are submitted during non-business hours will not be acknowledged until the next business day.


Please complete the vehicle or bus reservation forms online.


All students and non-participating faculty/staff going on a Day Trip must fill out the

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Getting Around Boston | Boston Transportation

It may be “America’s Walking City,” but Boston also features an extensive transportation system to help you navigate smoothly, from Harvard to the Harbor. Use this section to plan your trip in advance and when you’re in town. 

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TOBIN BRIDGE REHABILITATION PROJECT COMMENCED APRIL 1, 2019 AND WILL BE ONGOING  UNTIL 2021.  LEARN MORE 

Take the “T” 

Boston’s public transportation system is operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, but locals know it simply as the “T”. It offers subway, bus, trolley car and boat service to just about everywhere in the Greater Boston area and beyond. Subway stops are color coded – Red Line, Green Line, Blue Line, Orange Line or Silver Line.

SPRING 2020 – PLEASE NOTE THAT THE MBTA HAS ANNOUNCED SERVICE REDUCTIONS AND WILL CONTINUE TO ADJUST SERVICE BASED ON THE NEEDS OF RIDERSHIP.

MBTA 'T' Map

Take the T from the Airport  – 

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UW Online – Sustainable Transportation Master’s Degree

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Online Master of

Sustainable
Transportation

Earn a degree that will advance your career and help you develop innovative solutions for society’s biggest transportation challenges.

Change the Future of Transportation

The University of Washington online Master of Sustainable Transportation is a unique, cutting-edge degree that prepares students to tackle the complex transportation challenges of the 21st century. This multifaceted program gives you the comprehensive knowledge required to accelerate your career and become a leader in this rapidly evolving field.

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Forge a More Sustainable

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Transportation Theme for Preschool

Transportation Theme Activities for Preschool


A preschool transportation theme is a traditional topic in most preschools but why?

Preschoolers love activities that include playing with all types of transportation theme items including vehicles such as cars, trucks, airplanes and more.

This topic is part of their everyday lives.

They drive or walk to school, have seen or ridden on a bus or taken an airplane to go on vacation.

Transportation Preschool Theme

This natural interest in transportation is something they experience in their lives brings life to the theme and your preschool classroom.

Preschool children learn through play.

Providing hands-on activities in all of the Interest Learning Centers in your classroom with a theme in mind will draw them in to play and learn!

This Transporation Theme page is filled with preschool activities and ideas for all areas of your classroom.

Let the Transportation Theme planning begin!

You can either scroll down through

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