NJDOT Research Library TRID Database

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The TRID Database is an integrated resource that combines the records from TRB’s Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS) Database and the OECD’s Joint Transport Research Centre’s International Transport Research Documentation (ITRD) Database. TRID provides access to more than 1.4 million records of transportation research worldwide.

The NJDOT Research Library’s TRID Searches page provides a quick-access tool to research in the TRID Database on select topics and subjects. The “Hot Topics” searches list projects and publications issued over the last five years on several critical topics in transportation. The “TRID Database of Recent Publications” provides a list of recently issued publications by major Subject Area categories.

NJDOT’s Research Library Hosts Tool to Find Recent Transportation Research Publications

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The NJDOT Research Library maintains a “Did You Know” page to share basic facts about the research library's operations, available transportation research resources, and newly issued publications. The NJDOT Research Library has compiled a list of searches for recent publications indexed in the TRID database, based on 37 subject areas, covering all modes and disciplines of the transportation field.

TRID (Transport Research International Documentation) is the world's largest and most comprehensive bibliographic resource on transportation research information. It combines the records from the Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS) database of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) and the Joint Transport Research Centre’s International Transport Research Documentation (ITRD) database of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

TRID helps researchers locate solutions to problems, avoid duplication of work, and save resources. It includes records of AASHTO publications, federal and state DOT reports, University Transportation Center (UTC) reports, and commercial journal literature, among other sources. It also satisfies the U.S. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) requirements to consult TRB's TRIS databases to identify ongoing or previously completed research on a given topic.

To keep the results manageable, these searches do not include current or recently completed transportation research projects.

To expand your search to projects, or for any other research questions, please contact Eric Schwarz, the NJDOT Research Librarian, at eric_cnslt.schwarz@dot.nj.gov or 609-963-1898.

Recently Issued TRB Publications and ASTM Standards

The NJDOT Research Library maintains a “Did You Know” page to share basic facts about the research library, transportation research resources, and newly issued publications. The TRB Publications, May to June 2022 list includes recently published research in operations and traffic management, data information and technology, bridges and structures, pavements, safety and human factors, and construction, among others.

The most recent TR News, May-June 2022, features several articles on Pavement Preservation, Maintenance and Rehabilitation.  In all, some 30+ research and general readership articles on pavements were issued through TR News and the Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Transportation Research Record.

For those who are not pavement lovers, a few planning and economic articles caught our eye, including:

The ASTM Standards, January to April, 2022 list includes recently proposed and revised ASTM standards. As a reminder, the ASTM Book of Standards is available through the ASTM COMPASS Portal for NJDOT employees.

Please contact the NJDOT research librarian, Eric Schwarz, MSLIS, at (609) 963-1898, or email at library@dot.nj.gov for assistance on how to retrieve these or other publications.

TRB Publications (May-June 2022)

The following is a list of research published by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) between May 1, 2022 and June 30, 2022. Current articles from the TRB may be accessed here. 








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Point of View: The Preserved Road Ahead

Effective Pavement Preventive Maintenance with Micromilling Practices

Transforming Pavement Preservation

Essential Specifications for Pavement Preservation, Maintenance, and Rehabilitation

Pavement Rehabilitation: Case Examples from Missouri and Virginia

Implementing Pavement Preservation: A Case Example in Raleigh, North Carolina

Maintenance and Longevity of Longitudinal Joints

Pavement Maintenance and Rehabilitation: Teaching the Next Generation

Thinking Local: Pavement Management Practices for County Agencies

Pavement Preservation, Maintenance, and Rehabilitation

Short- and Mid-Term Loose Mix Conditioning Protocols for Asphalt Overlay Balanced Mix Design and Quality Control and Quality Acceptance

Evaluating Impact of Corrected Optimum Asphalt Content and Benchmarking Cracking Resistance of Georgia Mixtures for Balanced Mix Design Implementation

Examples of Successful Practices with State Implementation of Balanced Design of Asphalt Mixtures

Development and Verification of Sample Reduction Method for Rubberized Asphalt Mixtures

Performance Evaluation of Pelletized Solid Polymer Modified Asphalt Mixtures

Impact of Improved Density on Pavement Design Response for Low-Volume Roads/Non-Primary Routes

Development of a Performance-Based Approach to Asphalt Emulsion Selection for Cold In-Place Recycling Applications

Multi-Level Laboratory Performance Evaluation of Conventional and High Polymer-Modified Asphalt Mixtures

Validation of Performance-Based Specifications for Surface Asphalt Mixtures in Virginia

Data Mining Statewide Department of Transportation Volumetrically Designed Asphalt Mixture Records

Balanced Mix Design Benchmarking of Field-Produced Asphalt Mixtures in Maine, U.S.

Precision Estimates and Statements for Performance Indices from the Indirect Tensile Cracking Test at Intermediate Temperature

Field Performance Evaluation of High Polymer-Modified Asphalt Concrete Overlays

Recycled Polyethylene Modified Asphalt Binders and Mixtures: Performance Characteristics and Environmental Impact

Proposed Changes to Asphalt Binder Specifications to Address Binder Quality-Related Thermally Induced Surface Damage

Effectiveness of Soy Methyl Ester-Polystyrene as a Concrete Protectant on Mitigating the Chemical Interaction between Cement Paste and Calcium Chloride

Integrated Vehicle–Tire–Pavement Approach for Determining Pavement Structure–Induced Rolling Resistance under Dynamic Loading

Performance Engineered Concrete Mixtures: Implementation at an Interstate Rigid Pavement Project

Environmentally Tuning Asphalt Pavements Using Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials

Evaluating the Performance of Concrete Overlays in Missouri

Comparative Analysis of Laboratory and Prototype Models of Pervious Concrete Mixes Containing Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement Aggregates

Evaluation of Full-Depth Reclamation and Cold Central-Plant Recycling Mixtures for Laboratory Compaction, Mechanistic Response, and Performance Properties

Chemical and Rheological Characterization of Asphalt Binders: A Comparison of Asphalt Binder Aging and Asphalt Mixture Aging

Influence of Seed Layer Moduli on Backcalculation Procedure and on Overlay Design of Flexible Pavements

Statistical Analysis Framework to Evaluate Asphalt Concrete Overlay Reflective Cracking Performance

Evaluation of High Los Angeles Abrasion Loss Aggregate in Stone Matrix Asphalt




Recently Issued TRB Publications and ASTM Standards

The NJDOT Research Library maintains a “Did You Know” page to share basic facts about the research library, transportation research resources, and newly issued publications.

The TRB Publications, March to April 2022 list includes recently published research in operations and traffic management, data information and technology, bridges and structures, pavements, bicycling and pedestrians, safety and human factors, and construction, among others.

A couple of recent research articles that caught our eye, included:

The ASTM Standards, January to April, 2022 list includes recently proposed and revised ASTM standards. As a reminder, the ASTM Book of Standards is available through the ASTM COMPASS Portal for NJDOT employees.

Please contact the NJDOT research librarian, Tammy Yeadon, MSLIS, at (609) 963-1898, or email at library@dot.nj.gov or Tammy_CNSLT.Yeadon@dot.nj.gov  for assistance on how to retrieve these or other publications.

TRB Publications (March-April, 2022)

The following is a list of research published by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) between March 1, 2022 and April 30, 2022. Current articles from the TRB may be accessed here. 











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ASTM Standards Updates (January – April, 2022)

The following is a list of recently proposed and revised standards from ASTM from January 1, 2022 to April 30, 2022. Standard revisions have been sorted by their placement in the ASTM Book of Standards.

The ASTM Book of Standards is available through the ASTM COMPASS Portal for NJDOT employees. To learn how to access NJDOT's Research Library's standards materials, including the Book of Standards, please contact the librarian.

New updates for standards from ASTM may be viewed here.






Recently Issued TRB Publications and ASTM Standards

The NJDOT Research Library maintains a “Did You Know” page to share basic facts about the research library, transportation research resources, and newly issued publications.

The TRB Publications, January-February 2022 list includes recently published research in operations and traffic management, data information and technology, bridges and structures, pavements, bicycling and pedestrians, safety and human factors, and construction, among others.  The breadth of transportation research is on full display.  Recent papers cover such topics as unmanned aerials systems and bridge inspections; optimization modules for planning and programming of bridges; and safety and signal prioritization studies involving automated and connected vehicles; among other topics in this 125+ publication list.

One paper that caught our eye, "Enhanced Spatial–Temporal Map-Based Video Analytic Platform and Its Local- Versus Cloud-Based Deployment with Regional 511 Camera Network", explores the cloud- versus server-based deployment scenarios of an enhanced computer vision platform for potential deployment on low-resolution 511 traffic video streams.  The model evaluation described in the paper used videos from multiple cameras from the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s 511 traffic video surveillance system.

The ASTM Standards, September to December, 2021 list includes recently proposed and revised ASTM standards. The ASTM Book of Standards is available through the ASTM COMPASS Portal for NJDOT employees.

Please contact the NJDOT research librarian, Tammy Yeadon, MSLIS, at (609) 963-1898, or email at library@dot.nj.gov or Tammy_CNSLT.Yeadon@dot.nj.gov  for assistance on how to retrieve these or other publications.

TRB Publications (January-February, 2022)

The following is a list of research published by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) between January 1, 2022 and February 28, 2022. Current articles from the TRB may be accessed here. 









Calibration of Dynamic Volume-Delay Functions: A Rolling Horizon-Based Parsimonious Modeling Perspective

Methodology to Quantify Statewide Evacuations

Developing Signal Warrants for Restricted Crossing U-Turn Intersections

Modeling Departure Time Choice of Car Commuters in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Identifying Wrong-Way Driving Incidents from Regular Traffic Videos Using Unsupervised Trajectory-based Method

Does Displaying Safety Messages on Dynamic Message Signs have Measurable Impacts on Crash Risk?

Simulation-Based Dynamic Traffic Assignment with Continuously Distributed Value of Time for Heterogeneous Users

Improving Stratification Procedures and Accuracy of Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) Estimates for Non-Federal Aid-System (NFAS) Roads

Conditional Transit Signal Priority for Connected Transit Vehicles

Use of Real-Time Traffic and Signal Timing Data in Modeling Occupant Injury Severity at Signalized Intersections

Coordinated Perimeter Flow and Variable Speed Limit Control for Mixed Freeway and Urban Networks

Capacity Gains of Splitting Cross-Traffic into Multiple Sub-Streams

Calibrating Wiedemann-99 Model Parameters to Trajectory Data of Mixed Vehicular Traffic

Recurrent Neural Network for Estimating Speed Using Probe Vehicle Data in an Urban Area

Effects of Traffic Control Devices on Rural Curve Lateral Position

Developing a Google Earth-Based Method to Measure Sight Distance for U-Turns at Unsignalized Intersections on Multilane Divided Highways

Ramp Metering with Microscopic Gap Detection Algorithm Design and Empirical Acceleration Verification

Development of Joint Stated-Preference-off-Revealed-Preference Model for Shanghai Commute Mode Choices in Response to Parking Fee Management

Parameter Sensitivity Analysis of a Cooperative Dynamic Bus Lane System With Connected Vehicles

Quantitative Multi-Criteria Decision Support Approach for Prioritizing Grade Crossings to Address the Problem of Blocked Crossings






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Recently Issued TRB Publications and ASTM Standards

The NJDOT Research Library maintains a  “Did You Know” page to share basic facts about the research library, transportation research resources, and newly issued publications.

The TRB Publications, November-December, 2021  list includes recently published research in:  planning and forecasting, bridges and structures, pavements, operations and traffic management, bicycling and pedestrians, intelligent transportation systems, safety and human factors,  and construction, among others.  This 200+ list of recent publications reveals emerging trends and cutting-edge research and implementation in transportation that may inspire you.

The ASTM Standards, September to December, 2021 list includes recently proposed and revised ASTM standards. The ASTM Book of Standards is available through the ASTM COMPASS Portal for NJDOT employees.

Please contact the NJDOT research librarian, Tammy Yeadon, MSLIS, at (609) 963-1898, or email at library@dot.nj.gov or Tammy_CNSLT.Yeadon@dot.nj.gov  for assistance on how to retrieve these or other publications.