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  • Operation Lifesaver Inc.
  • www.oli.org
  • A nationwide, non-profit public information program dedicated to reducing collisions, injuries and fatalities at highway-rail crossings and on railroad rights-of-way.
4.3
(si*)
>930
7
  • The National Transportation Library
  • ntl.bts.gov
  • Provides online access to documents and databases covering all aspects of transportation in the US. Material comes from public and private organizations and access is free.
4.1
(si*)
>20
7
  • Center for Neighborhood Technology
  • www.cnt.org
  • Promotes public policies, new resources and accountable authority that support sustainable, just and vital urban communities.
4.1
(si*)
<10
6
  • Urban Mobility Study
  • mobility.tamu.edu
  • An annual statistical report on the extent and performance of the roadway systems in 68 U.S. cities, with data from several decades.
4.1
(si*)
>20
6
  • Institute of Transportation Studies
  • www.its.berkeley.edu
  • Offers undergraduate and graduate study programs, research and publications. Includes a staff directory and library services.
4.0
(si*)
>40
6
3.9
(si*)
>10
6
  • TransOptions
  • www.transoptions.org
  • A non-profit transportation group servicing Northern New Jersey. Includes commuter options, information, partner companies and special projects.
3.7
(si*)
<5
5
  • Wendell Cox Consultancy and The Public Purpose
  • www.publicpurpose.com
  • Works to facilitate the ideal of government as the servant of the people by identifying and implementing strategies to achieve public purposes at a cost that is no higher than necessary. Emphasis is on transportation issues.
3.7
(si*)
<5
5
3.6
(si*)
-
6
2.7
(si*)
-
0
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