TRID is the world's largest and most comprehensive bibliographic source on transportation information. It contains more than 1.25 million records of published and ongoing research, covering all modes and disciplines of transportation. The TRID Database is available on TRB’s website at trid.trb.org
Produced by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, which supplies fact and data to the Congress, the Department of Transportation, federal and state agencies, metropolitan planning organizations, and the general public. Data can be downloaded to Excel file. Includes a dictionary that presents over 6,000 terms and acronyms related to transportation obtained from various agencies in USA, Canada, and Mexico.
The Transportation Emergency Preparedness Program (TEPP) is a Department-wide program which integrates transportation emergency preparedness activities under a single program to address the emergency response concerns of state, tribal, and local officials affected by the Department of Energy's (DOE) shipment of radioactive materials.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to improving all modes of transportation, ground, air and water. It was founded in 1921 by William Phelps Eno, with the goal of improving traffic control and safety. Since then, the Foundation's activities have evolved in response to changes in transportation and society.