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Using Technology to Accurately Count Airport Operations

Many technologies have been deployed to attempt to count the number of aircraft operations at General Aviation airports. Among these are acoustic counters, radio monitors, pneumatic tube, game trail cameras, and manual counts. Each of these technologies has limitations that do not allow truly accurate accounting of airport operations at reasonable cost. This project would develop technology to deploy video cameras ...more »

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Best Management Practices of Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities

This research should include reviewing these resources and providing answers to the following questions: • What are the best practices for bicycle and pedestrian design in multi-jurisdiction? o Identifying common goals between agencies and where each differs in the types of facilities they are comfortable implementing. o Identifying areas of flexibility for agencies with jurisdiction over others to be able to meet the ...more »

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Understanding Pedestrian Travel Behavior & Safety in Rural Settings

The purpose of this research is to improve our understanding of walking behavior and safety in rural MN communities by building upon MnDOT's success in creating a program to count people walking and biking. In particular, four tribal nations (Bois Forte, Fond du Lac, Mille Lacs, and Grand Portage) are collaborating with researchers at the University of Minnesota, as well as MnDOT district engineers and planners to: ...more »

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