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  • Innovative Transportation Technologies - By Jerry Schneider. Classified descriptions, diagrams, over 40 transport technologies: planned, operating; electric and not; manual, automated; 1-/2-mode; freight/people movers (PRT); top mount, suspended; mono-/bi-rails, automated highways; fora, conference reports.
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  • Advanced Transit Association - ATRA promotes developing technologies such as Personal Rapid Transit (PRT), identifies problems and ways advanced systems can help solve them. Descriptions, studies (download, paper), videos, PRT Model Project, calendar, links.
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  • The ADVISORS project - Action for advanced Driver assistance and Vehicle control systems Implementation, Standardisation, Optimum use of the Road network and Safety. Includes project description and reports, a virtual driving lab, and related links.
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  • Automated People Mover Standards Committee - An organization developing standards for automated people movers. Includes publications, directives, and meeting notes.
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  • Car Innovations - How cars might appear in the future.
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  • Hydro Lance Corp. - High Aspect Ratio Twin Hull (H.A.R.T.H.): new, innovative marine ocean ship platform architecture with passive designed, high stability and safety, low fuel use, achieves high speeds in high seas: 50-75 knots.
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  • I.N.S.E.A.N. - Description of research facilities and programs. Includes publications.
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  • The National Transportation Library - Provides online access to documents and databases covering all aspects of transportation in the U.S. Material is contributed by public and private organizations around the country and access is free.
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  • Predit - French national program in land transport research and innovation. Information about strategic program efforts to improve performance relative to energy, noise, pollution and environment.
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  • SMRTram - Horizontal pedestrian mobility system to stretch average walking access distances along selected corridors. Similar to light rail and buses, but with rubber tires on a concrete guideway.
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