Getting Started: Acknowledgements

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Contributors:  This lab manual is the product of two years of collaboration between Oregon State University, Portland State University, and the University of Idaho. All of the individuals who made contributions to this lab manual, both great and small, are listed below.

Oregon State University:
Kate Hunter-Zaworski

Portland State University:
Julia Fowler
Kent Lall

University of Idaho:
Ty Bardwell
Patrick Bird
Steven Dahl
Cheryl Gussenhoven
Michael Kyte
Melissa Lines
Mark Lovejoy
Josh Nelson


Funding:  The development of this lab manual was funded by:

TransNow


United States Department of Transportation

National Institute for Advanced Transportation Technology


Acknowledgements:  The developers would like to thank the following agencies and organizations for their assistance in the development of this lab manual:

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), Idaho Transportation Department (ITD), Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), Transportation Research Board (TRB), U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT).


Quoted Material: The material in the Professional Practice modules of this lab manual was excerpted from the following publications, with permission:

A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets, 1994, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.

Idaho Transportation Department Traffic Manual, 1995, Idaho Transportation Department.

Manual of Traffic Signal Design, 2nd Edition, 1991 Institute of Transportation Engineers.

Special Report 209: Highway Capacity Manual, Third Edition, copyright 1998 by the Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, D.C.

Traffic Engineering Handbook, 1992, Institute of Transportation Engineers.       Transportation Planning Handbook, 1992, Institute of Transportation Engineers.          (Note: ITE's Traffic Engineering and Transportation Planning Handbooks will be available in updated versions in October, 1999.)


Accessibility:  The developers of these materials have made a special effort to make these materials accessible and available to people with disabilities, who use assistive or enhanced computer technology.


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