Dr. Allison L. C. de Cerreño
Rudin Centre for Transportation Policy and Management
Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
295 Lafayette Street, 2nd floor
New York University
New York City
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Some recent book/monograph publications:
- High Speed Rail Projects in the United States: Identifying the Elements for Success - Part 2 (San Jose, CA: Mineta Transportation Institute, forthcoming Fall 2006)
- Bi-State Domestic Freight Ferry Study (NY: NYU Wagner Rudin Center, September 2006)
- Identifying and Reducing Institutional Barriers to Effective and Efficient Freight Movement in the Downstate New York Region (NY: NYU Wagner Rudin Center, July 2006)
- Pedestrian and Bicyclist Standards and Innovations in Large Central Cities (NY: NYU Wagner Rudin Center, January 2006)
- High Speed Rail Projects in the United States: Identifying the Elements for Success, MTI Report 05-01 (San Jose, CA: Mineta Transportation Institute, October 2005)
- NYMTC Streets and Highways (Prepared for NYMTC, August 2005)
- From Rescue to Renaissance: The Achievements of the MTA Capital Program, 1982-2004 (NY: NYU Wagner Rudin Center, December 2004)
Some recent articles:
- “Old Suburbs, New Needs,” The New York Times, Westchester & Long Island Editions, 15 October 2006
- “To Remain Here, Area Seniors Need Better Transportation Options,” The Journal News 26, September 2006
- “Why Partnerships?: Historical and Legislative Background on Public-Private Partnerships for Surface Transportation,” Prepared for Innovative Transportation Financing and Contracting Strategies – Opportunities for NY State, Symposium, March 2006
- “Pennsylvania’s “Key” to Successful High Speed Rail,” New York Transportation Journal (NYTJ) 10, 1 (Fall 2006): 4-5+.
- “Pedestrian and Bicyclist Standards and Innovations in Large Central Cities,” NYTJ 9, 2 (Winter 2006): 10-11+.
- “High Speed Rail in the United States,” NYTJ 8, 2 (Spring 2005): 8-9.
- “The Dynamics of On-Street Parking in Large Central Cities,” Transportation Research Record 1898 (January 2005): 130-137.
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