|The Chunnel : A 2 page essay
on "the Chunnel"-- a lengthy
high-speed European railline designed to run from England to
France and subsequently many other countries.
No Bibliography. Chunnel.wps
Channel Tunnel : A 24 page paper that looks at
the English Channel Tunnel Project as a major engineering and
construction project and considers the elements that impacted
its completion and the systems that supported its success.
Bibliography lists 14 sources. Chunnel.doc
The Costs of Commuting : A 7 page paper detailing
economic costs of our nations dependence on the automobile.
Outlines alternatives to commuting such as telecommuting,
bicycling, and mass transit. Bibliography lists six sources.
Bostons Green Line Subway / Controversy Over Its
Continued Use : In this 10 page research paper, the writer
explores one of Boston's oldest subway lines. Specifically
examined are the social and economic issues concerning its
maintenance. Central to this discussion is an analysis of
whether or not the Green Line Subway should continue to be
operated in todays modern Boston. lists 9 sources.
Public Transportation In New York City : The
public transportation in New York City is described in this 12
page paper. The writer covers various issues, problems, and
other matters that have confronted the citys public
transportation department .. examining how some of those still
persist today. Bibliography lists17 sources. Nyctrans.wps
The 74th Street Subway Station : This 5 page paper
an analysis of one Queens subway station in terms of safety.
The subject of crime in the NYC transit system is discussed in
a general sense as well. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Absenteeism in Public Businesses / The Problem for
Miami-Dade Transit : The problem of workplace
absenteeism has had increasing relevance as more and more
employees are afforded compensatory packages that include
paid sick days and paid personal days. For public institutions
with limited budgets, the negotiations of employment contracts
often revolves around discussions of the problem of
absenteeism and the impact on budgets, performance levels and
departmental efficacy. This 15 page paper reflects the scope of
the problem of absenteeism in public businesses, and then
considers the problem as it applies to a specific department:
the Miami-Dade Public Transit. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Pittsburghs Bus System / Public Transportation As An
Extension Of Collective Action : An 8 page paper that
provides an overview of the history and development of public
policies regarding the development of public transportation bus
systems in Pittsburgh as a result of community action.
Bibliography lists 6 sources. Busspitt.wps
The History Of The Erie Canal : A 6 page paper
this major inland waterway and its influence in American
history. The paper covers why it was built, the many
roadblocks to its completion, its importance economically,
socially, and politically, and how it is used today. Bibliography
lists 6 sources. Erie.rtf
The History, Purpose, & Physics Of The Steam
A complete 10 page overview of the steam engine including its
function, purpose, history, and development. The writer is very
specific and cites a number of historical people involved in
working on this technology. The physics of how steam
produces work are explained as is the mechanical operation of
various types of steam engines. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Impact Of The Steam Engine Analyzed : This 5 page
research paper examines the importance of the steam engine to
modern society. Specifically discussed is the steam engine's
cultural and social impact and how this invention led to many
other technological advances. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
The Transcontinental Railroad : A 6 page report
provides an overview of the history of the first railroad in
America to offer continuous travel from the Atlantic to the
Pacific coasts. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Railroad.wps
U.S. Transportation & The Impact Of the A.D.A. :
A 10 research page paper that describes the effects of the 1990
Americans with Disabilities Act on transportation in the U.S.
The writer presents the concept that while companies,
government agencies and transit centers have attempted to
provide accessibility to disabled Americans, there are many
hidden problems that prevent many disabled from accessing
transportation at all. The relevant roles of the Federal Highway
Administration, the Department of Traffic, and more are
discussed. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Distrans.wps