InTransition Magazine
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InTransition Magazine : Transportation Planning, Practice & Progress

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About InTransition Magazine

InTransition is a semiannual magazine offering articles on transportation issues, research and trends. It is a collaboration between the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) and the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). From 1997 to 2004, 12 issues of the magazine were published, reaching several thousand readers nationwide. The magazine resumed publication in Spring 2007 and today reaches subscribers in all 50 states.

InTransition offers information and analysis relevant to researchers, policymakers, engineers, advocates, administrators, planners and others in the transportation field, all written in clear and concise language accessible to a general reader. The magazine emphasizes under-reported research, innovative approaches to addressing transportation problems and the exchange of ideas between academic disciplines.

We hope this magazine and website will serve as a forum for sharing resources and ideas to better meet the many transportation challenges in northern New Jersey and around the nation.

InTransition Editorial Board

Marlon G. Boarnet
Professor and Director of Graduate Programs in Urban Planning and Development,
University of Southern California

Anne Canby
President, Surface Transportation Policy Partnership
Washington, D.C.

William Lyons
Principal Technical Advisor
John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center
Research and Innovative Technology Administration,
U.S. Department of Transportation
Cambridge, Mass.

Frank Reilly
Executive Director (Retired)
Morris County (N.J.) Department
of Transportation Management

Harrison Bright Rue
Community Building and Transit-Oriented Development Administrator,
City and County of Honolulu

Harry Voccola
Senior Vice President
Navigation Technologies
Chicago, Ill.

Vukan R. Vuchic
UPS Foundation Professor of Transportation Engineering
Professor of City and Regional Planning
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

Editorial Staff

NJTPA Executive Director: Mary K. Murphy

Managing Editor: Karl Vilacoba

Art Director: Dralyn Veech

Contributing Editors: David Behrend, Ted Ritter, Mark Solof