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    • Alternative Land Use Futures: Metropolitan Atlanta 2025 

      French, Steven P.; Lee, Sugie; Bashyal, Sandeep; Burger, Chip; Cassell, David; Duggal, Mausam; Holt, Jamee; Park, Jean Hee (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002)
      The purpose of this graduate planning studio was to inform the ongoing regional discussion of possible land use futures for the Atlanta region. This project is intended to help citizens and decision makers understand the ...
    • Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail: Population Comparison Measuring Changes in Behavior Related to Health 

      Smith, Sarah M.; Ross, Catherine L.; Elliott, Michael (2012-12)
      The Atlanta BeltLine is one of the largest redevelopment projects currently underway in the United States. It represents an exciting new vision for the city of Atlanta and the Atlanta region. The project will ultimately ...
    • Atlanta BeltLine Health Impact Assessment 

      Ross, Catherine L.; West, Harry (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-06)
      The Atlanta BeltLine project is one of the largest redevelopment projects currently underway in the United States. It includes the transformation of a 22-mile loop of freight rail to parks, trails, transit, and residential ...
    • The Atlanta Beltline: Transit Feasibility White Paper 

      Ross, Catherine L.; Meyer, Michael D.; Dobbins, Michael A.; Jackson, Tim; Millar, William W. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-09-29)
      The BeltLine Transit Panel was assembled by the Atlanta Development Authority (ADA) to review the studies done to date on the BeltLine project and assess and comment on the feasibility of the transit component and how it ...
    • Bringing Freight Components into Statewide and Regional Travel Demand Forecasting: PART 1 

      Lee, David Jung-Hwi; Ross, Catherine L. (2016-01)
      Transportation decision makers have the difficult task of investment decision making having limited resources while maximizing benefit to the transportation system. Given the growth in freight transport and its importance ...
    • Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development – Tool for Planning and Analyses 

      Ross, Catherine L. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004)
    • Community and Environmental Scan and Assessment: Atlanta Regional Freight Mobility Plan 

      Georgia Institute of Technology. Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-08)
      The purpose of this report is three-fold: to analyze the impacts of freight movement on communities and the environment based on current conditions and populations; to assess future impacts, and to suggest mitigation ...
    • Congestion Pricing Response: Study for Potential Implementation in the Metropolitan Atlanta Area 

      Ross, Catherine L.; Guensler, Randall; Barringer, Jason; Danner, Amy (2008-10)
      Traffic congestion is an increasing burden on American cities. Congested highways delay truck transport and commuters, causing economic and social losses to local businesses and residents and making the area as a whole ...
    • Crowdsourced Social Media Monitoring System Development 

      Kumar, Amit; Ross, Catherine L.; Karner, Alex A.; Katyal, Rohan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-08)
      Crowdsourcing is a relatively new area of research, but it is already generating an enormous amount of interest among both researchers and practitioners, and is finding applications in multiple domains. It is particularly ...
    • Development Potential of the SR 365 Corridor in Hall County, Georgia: A Quality Growth Study 

      Ross, Catherine L.; Leigh, Nancey Green; Hashas, Mine; Kaur, Ikroop; Leone de Nie, Karen; Phaneuf, Alyssa (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-10-08)
    • Economic Diversification of Camden County, Georgia: Infrastructure Management Report 

      Ross, Catherine L.; Barringer, Jason; Benjamin, Saskia; Hashas, Mine; Leone de Nie, Karen; Pierce, David (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-10-25)
      Camden’s infrastructure can be thought of as its skeleton, the underlying structure that helps determine the form of an area. To function effectively, these systems need to be maintained and monitored to ensure they are ...
    • Emerging MegaRegions: Studying the Southeastern United States 

      Georgia Institute of Technology. Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-01)
      Between now and the year 2050, more than half of the nation’s population growth, and perhaps as much as two-thirds of its economic growth, will occur in several "MegaRegions." These MegaRegions are extended networks of ...
    • Estimating the Safety Benefits of Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) 

      Ross, Catherine L.; Elliott, Michael; Barringer, Jason; Smith, Sarah M.; Woo, Myungje; Kent, John; Lilly, Margaret (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-12-31)
      Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS), also commonly known by the original name Context Sensitive Design (CSD), is an alternative approach to the conventional transportation-oriented decision-making and design processes. The ...
    • Georgia Coast 2030: Population Projections for the 10-county Coastal Region 

      Ross, Catherine L.; Barringer, Jason; Benjamin, Saskia; Foard, Andrea; Leone de Nie, Karen; Pierce, David; Vargo, Jason; Boston, Thomas D.; Wilkins, Joy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-09)
    • Health Benefits of the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail: A Pre-Impact Assessment 

      Ross, Catherine L.; West, Harry; Elliott, Michael; Smith, Sarah M.; Marcus, Michelle; Woo, Myungje; Lilly, Margaret (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-01-31)
      The objective of the research is to measure the impact of the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside trail on the physical activity, mental health, behavior, and characteristics of the population located along the Eastside Trail section ...
    • Health Impact Assessment of Atlanta Regional Plan 2040 

      Ross, Catherine L.; Elliott, Michael L.; Rushing, Michelle M.; Barringer, Jason; Smith, Sarah; Frackelton, Alexandra; Kent, John; Rao, Arthi; West, Harry (2012-12)
      The objective of this work was to integrate the HIA process into the larger planning process to the greatest extent possible. An HIA will ensure the explicit consideration for the human health impacts in regional transportation ...
    • Health in all Policies: Addressing the Legal and Policy Foundations of Health Impact Assessment 

      Rajotte, Benjamin R.; Ross, Catherine L.; Ekechi, Chinyere O.; Cadet, Vladimir N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011)
      The concept of Health in all Policies aims to improve the health outcomes associated with policies in an attempt to mitigate health disparities and provide optimal environments for healthier living. This multidisciplinary ...
    • Hospitals and Community Health HIA: A Study of Localized Health Impacts of Hospitals 

      Ross, Catherine L.; Barringer, Jason; Danner, Amy; Woo, Myungje; Doyle, Jessica (2008-06)
      The Hospitals and Community Health HIA project examines the localized impacts of a hospital, operating as a major anchor institution, on the health outcomes of residents living nearby. The study includes a Health Impact ...
    • Impact of Regional SPLOST on County Infrastructure 

      Ross, Catherine L.; Woo, Myungje; Boston, Thomas (2011-10)
      In response to fiscal constraints on transportation funding and the need to address transportation problems and create regional solutions, Georgia is proposing a 1% regional Special-Purpose Local-Option Sales Tax (SPLOST). ...
    • Impact of the Location of New Schools on Transportation Infrastructure and Finance 

      Ross, Catherine L. (2010-07)
      Public school planning and land use planning have become increasingly separated fields over the last 40 years. The result is a often disjointed growth pattern where new schools are built on the urban fringe and act as a ...