This paper presents a methodology to evaluate a benefit-to-cost ratio effectiveness of the Freeway Service Patrol in a freeway section in Los Angeles. The methodology addresses the process of estimating incident delay using probe vehicles and the lack of "before" data.
"Hmong For Beginners" was written by Annie Jaisser and her co-authors (Martha Ratliff, Elizabeth Riddle, David Strecker, Lopao Vang and Lyfu Vang) from materials they developed in the 1980s when Hmong was first being introduced as a language of instruction for the Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute (SEASSI). The book was published by the Center for Southeast Asia Studies at UC Berleley in 1995 and is now out of print. This electronic version is intended to make the materials available to those interested in the Hmong language but with limited access to print materials about the language.