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Resources for Social Equity and Racial Justice

by Marilee Tuite

The Transportation Research Board (TRB) has created a new “Snap Search” on Social Equity, available at http://www.trb.org/InformationServices/Snap.aspx. Snap Searches bring together recent TRB publications and activities on a given subject. TRB has also added Social Equity as a new hot topic on the TRID homepage at https://trid.trb.org/, where clicking on the phrase will lead to hundreds of reports, journal articles, and other transportation-related publications that are indexed with relevant terms.

book cover image of Voices of RondoIf you are looking for books, the University of Minnesota Press is making its Reading for Racial Justice collection available for free online until Aug 31. Voices of Rondo is one of the 27 titles in this collection. Visit https://manifold.umn.edu/projects/project-collection/racial-justice to see the full list. Reading one of these books is as simple as clicking on the title and then selecting “Read Online.” There is no account set-up required.

MnDOT Library has nearly 80 titles in its Diversity/Inclusion collection. Click here to browse these books and DVDs.

While the library space is currently closed to the public, staff are working remotely and make occasional trips to the library on an as-needed basis. There are many ways to request materials or ask for research assistance: by e-mail at library.dot@state.mn.us, by request form at Ask a Librarian, or by phone at 651-366-3791 (voicemail checked every workday).


Transportation Research Record

image of Transportation Research Record journal

TRB’s journal Transportation Research Record is now published in digital-only format. Full text is available to MnDOT employees. Check out new articles or sign up for an alert at
https://journals.sagepub.com/home/trr (under About, click on Email Alerts).


How to See Listed Resources

To request an item below, please fill out the Ask a Librarian form at mndot.gov/library/asklibrarian.html. You can also e-mail us a list of titles at library.dot@state.mn.us. Each listing links to a digital copy if available.


 

BRIDGES

Development of a tool for estimating bridge construction contract time.
http://mndot.gov/research/reports/2020/202001.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT TG24.M6 J46 2020

Field investigation of bridge deck reinforced with glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) rebar.
http://mndot.gov/research/reports/2020/202005.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT TG325.6 .S52 2020

 

HISTORIC SITES

MnModel Phase 4: project summary and statewide results.
http://www.dot.state.mn.us/mnmodel/phase4-report/predictivemodelsmmp4.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT F608 .M66 2019

R installation and setup: MnModel Phase 4 user guide: Appendix A.
http://www.dot.state.mn.us/mnmodel/phase4-report/r-installmmp4.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT F608 .M66 2019a

Preparing data for modeling: MnModel Phase 4 user guide: Appendix B.
http://www.dot.state.mn.us/mnmodel/phase4-report/data-preparationmmp4.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT F608 .M66 2019b

Tool handbook: MnModel Phase 4 user guide: Appendix C.
http://www.dot.state.mn.us/mnmodel/phase4-report/toolhandbookmmp4.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT F608 .M66 2019c

Archaeological predictive modeling guide: MnModel Phase 4.
http://www.dot.state.mn.us/mnmodel/phase4-report/archmod-userguidemmp4.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT F608 .M66 2019d

Environmental variables: MnModel Phase 4.
http://www.dot.state.mn.us/mnmodel/phase4-report/variablesmmp4.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT F608 .M66 2019e

Historic/prehistoric hydrographic model for Minnesota: MnModel Phase 4.
http://www.dot.state.mn.us/mnmodel/phase4-report/hydrographicmodelmmp4.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT F608 .M66 2019f

Historic vegetation model for Minnesota: MnModel Phase 4.
http://www.dot.state.mn.us/mnmodel/phase4-report/vegetationmodelmmp4.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT F608 .M66 2019g

Vegetation modeling user's guide: MnModel Phase 4.
MnDOT F608 .M66 2019h

 

LOCAL TRANSIT

Survey of state funding for public transportation.
For MnDOT employees only. Access is available online via iHUB > AASHTO digital publications, and individual specs are available within the ASTM DOT Compass Portal.
AASHTO digital publication

 

PAVEMENTS

Development of pavement condition forecasting for web-based asset management for county governments.
http://mndot.gov/research/reports/2020/202004.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT TE250 .W46 2020

Mechanistic-empirical pavement design guide: a manual of practice. 3rd ed.
https://mnpals-mdt.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01MNPALS_MDT/13odoss/alma9989768139004293
AASHTO TE251 .M43 2020

 

PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES

Uncontrolled pedestrian crosswalk quick reference guide.
http://www.dot.state.mn.us/research/reports/2020/2020RIC01G.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT HE336.P43 M56 2020

 

ROAD MARKINGS

Pavement markings - wet retroreflectivity standards.
http://mndot.gov/research/reports/2020/202009.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT TE203 .P56 2020

 

ROADS

Life cycle cost of local roads.
http://www.dot.state.mn.us/research/TRS/2020/TRS2002.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT TE183 .M37 2020

 

ROADSIDE IMPROVEMENT

Expanding the success of salt-tolerant roadside turfgrasses through innovation and education.
http://mndot.gov/research/reports/2020/202003.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT TE178 .W38 2020

 

RURAL TRANSIT

Measuring the economic benefits of rural and small urban transit services in Greater Minnesota.
http://mndot.gov/research/reports/2020/202010.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT HE4491.M6 M43 2020

 

TRAFFIC ESTIMATION

Improve traffic volume estimates from MnDOT’s Regional Traffic Management Center.
http://mndot.gov/research/reports/2020/202002.pdf (PDF)
MnDOT HE336.T7 K86 2020

 


How to See Listed Resources

To request a print item above, please fill out the Ask a Librarian form at mndot.gov/library/asklibrarian.html. You can also e-mail us a list of titles at library.dot@state.mn.us.

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