Transportation and the Economic Vitality of Communities.
Order, Efficiency, and the Struggle against Chaos.
The American Highway Program to 1956.
Transportation Planning Methods.
The Evolution of Transportation Planning.
Challenges to the neoclassical economic paradigm: complexity, adaptation, and flexibility.
The Need for a New Approach.
Transportation Planning: A Flexible Approach for the Twenty-First Century.
Reality Check: Institutionalizing Flexible Transportation Planning.
An Agenda for Action.