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Transportation Sustainability Guide: About This Guide

This guide identifies resources in sustainability for practitioners in transportation. Strategies, best practices, and solutions for achieving sustainability and minimizing the impact of the environment on the transportation infrastructure are presented.


TKN stands for "Transportation Knowledge Network," a group of regional transportation libraries and organizations formed to increase access to transportation information and provide cost-effective, new and improved services for member libraries and their users. This video explains the roles of the three regional Transportation Knowledge Networks.

Sustainability in Transportation

Created by librarians from the Eastern Transportation Knowledge Network, this guide identifies resources in sustainability for practitioners in transportation operations planning, design and management.  Innovative strategies, best practices, and solutions for achieving sustainability, and minimizing the impact of the transportation infrastructure on the environment, are presented in the guide.

The LibGuide is funded by FHWA Pooled Fund Study TPF-5(237), a collaborative effort benefiting the development of transportation library services and programs.

Help Us Find Amphibian Crossing Sites! -- Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans)

On the first wet nights of spring, thousands of amphibians migrate from their upland winter habitats to wetland breeding areas. Oftentimes these habitats are separated by roads, and in some areas over 50% of the animals are killed by traffic. Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) and Department of Fish and Wildlife are working together to mitigate traffic deaths, but need help locating crossing sites throughout the state.


Betty Ambler

ConnDOT Library

Sandy Brady

Louisiana Transportation Research Center

Helen Linda

VTrans (Vermont Agency of Transportation)

Lynn Matis

MBTA/ Massachusetts DOT

‚ÄčJane Minotti 

New York State DOT

Carol Paszamant


Jess Wallis

National Rural Transit Assistance Program

Laura Whayne 

University of Kentucky

Lamara Williams  

North Carolina DOT