The Joint Transportation Research Program (JTRP) serves as a vehicle for INDOT collaboration with higher education institutions and industry in Indiana to facilitate innovation that results in continuous improvement in the planning, design, construction, operation, management and economic efficiency of the Indiana transportation infrastructure.
This series contains other publications and reports published through the Joint Transportation Research Program at Purdue University.
Submissions from 2014
Leveraging High Resolution Signalized Intersection Data to Characterize Discharge Headway Distributions and Saturation Flow Rate Reliability, Stephen M. Remias, Alexander M. Hainen, Gannon Grimmer, Alexander D. Davis, Christopher M. Day, Thomas M. Brennan Jr, James R. Sturdevant, and Darcy M. Bullock
Submissions from 2013
Characterizing Reliability of Manual Intersection Turning Movement Counts Using Modern Data Collection Technology, Gary Shoup, Steve M. Remias, Alexander M. Hainen, Gannon Grimmer, and Alexander D. Davis
Submissions from 2012
Implementation of Limit States and Load and Resistance Design of MSE Walls (SPR-3374), Rodrigo Salgado, Monica Prezzi, and Mir Zaheer
Submissions from 2011
Construction of MSE Wall Using Tire Shred-sand Mixture as Backfill (SPR-3470), Monica Prezzi and Varenya Kumar Duvvuru Mohan
Submissions from 2008
Evaluation of Special Event Traffic Management: The Brickyard 400 Case Study, Jason S. Wasson, Stanley E. Young, Jim Sturdevant, Philip J. Tarnoff, Joseph M. Ernst, and Darcy M. Bullock
Submissions from 1987
Harold Michael Remarks on 50th Anniversary of JHRP (1987), Harold L. Michael