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    Quintanilla, Jose
    Northridge, CA is a product of Los Angeles’ love affair with the automobile, with cars and buses serving as the primary mode of transport. A strong and resilient transportation network is diverse, affordable, and effectively run and maintained. Utiliz . . .
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    Student Research
    Pimpale, Pritesh
    Gamification is the use of games to engage and motivate people to achieve some goals. It involves inclusion of game principles in a non-game context to improve user involvement. People find themselves engrossed in games if it involves some challenges . . .
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    Graduate Project
    Wong, Jenny
    As public transit ridership declines in most North American cities, public transit agencies are seeking ways to remain an attractive commute option in people’s everyday lives. Agencies are shifting to a more customer-focused culture and are viewing th . . .
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    Graduate Project
    Ghossain, George
    A reliable and efficient public transportation system, with equitable access, is a keystone to having economically viable and sustainable communities. It is essential for a good quality of life especially for disadvantaged communities with no other me . . .