The purpose the project Establishing Performance Measures For Alabama’s Transportation System was to research current transportation system metrics and develop a set a performance measures appropriate for establishing the level of performance for Alabama’s multimodal transportation system and the effectiveness and efficiency by which it is able to supply reasonable user access to jobs, goods, Read more »
Review research discussing successful implementation of Lean Enterprise in seaport operations with cited examples from Port of Mobile, Alabama.
The 2008 research into Transportation Infrastructure in Alabama had two main focal points; the creation of the Freight Planning Framework, with particular emphasis on the disaggregation and use of national level freight data at the state and local level, and the refinement and continued development of the Alabama Transportation Infrastructure Model (ATIM) for analysis and Read more »
This paper presents the development of a simulation model to evaluate the impact of increased 18-wheel truck traffic on the I-10 tunnel crossing the Mobile River in downtown Mobile, Alabama. The increased truck traffic is resulting from overall globalization of international trade and from truck traffic resulting from the expansion of the container terminal at Read more »