Journal of Public Transportation Article in Volume 17, Issue 1 (2014) by Renee Haider, Eduardo Martinez. In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the transit industry emerged as a leader in leveraging the value and power of the public’s “eyes and ears” to promote system security. Although a public awareness program is.. read more →

The objectives of Volume 4: A Self-Study Course on Terrorism-Related Risk Management of Highway Infrastructure are (1) to provide a general background in terrorism-related risk management for highway infrastructure and (2) to assist bridge and structures engineers and managers in identifying highway assets and vulnerabilities, developing countermeasures to prevent or ameliorate threats, and determining costs.. read more →