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Technical Report
Published: 2020
Authors: Dr. Andisheh Ranjbari, Parastoo Jabbari, Don MacKenzie
The rapid spread of COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. spurred many state governments to take extensive actions for social distancing and issue stay-at-home orders to reduce the spread of the virus. Washington State and all other States in the PacTrans region have issued stay-at-home orders that include school closures, telecommuting, bars/restaurants closures, and group gathering bans, among others.
Technical Report
Published: 2010
Authors: Dr. Ed McCormack, Xiaolei Ma, Charles Klocow, Anthony Curreri, Duane Wright
Journal/Book: TransNow, Transportation Northwest, U.S. Department of Transportation, University Transportation Centers Program.
Although trucks move the largest volume and value of goods in urban areas, relatively little is known about their travel patterns and how the roadway network performs for trucks.
Technical Report
Published: 2008
Authors: Dr. Anne Goodchild, Li Leung, Susan Albrecht
Journal/Book: Western Washington University Border Policy Research Institute
This report presents a commercial vehicle profile of transportation patterns and a commodity profile of the primary border crossing along the Western Cascade border region of southwest British Columbia, Canada, and northwest Washington, United States, in particular the corridor between the urban areas of Vancouver, British Columbia, and Seattle, Washington.