An internal computerized table of access rules regarding the level of computer access permitted, log-on IDs and computer terminals.
The technique used for selecting records in a file, one at a time, for processing, retrieval or storage. The access method is related to, but distinct from the file organization which determines how the records are stored.
The logical route an end user takes to access computerized information; typically includes a route through the operating system, telecommunications software, selected application software, and the access control system.
The privilege to access and make changes to folders on a computer or network.
This service is designed exclusively for passengers requiring specialized transportation vehicles and services mandated by the Americans with Disabilities Act. Originally managed by the LACMTA, the Department was restructured as a non-profit, independent agency under the name Access Services Inc.…
Access-to-Jobs is the name given to the current initiative by the Federal Transit Administration to provide transportation to unemployed and underemployed individuals as part of Welfare-to-Work initiatives by health and human services department, at federal, state and local levels. (APTA)
In planning, a measure of the access of a certain point to activities throughout the region.
In planning, a measure of the ability of all peoples in all zones within a certain region to travel to other zones within that same region.
ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990) mandated mechanical devices or structural alterations to a vehicle that make it available for use by person with disabilities. (APTA)
Unforeseen event or occurrence which results in injury or property damage.
A Method of accounting that recognizes increases and decreases in economic resources as soon as the underlying event or transaction occurs. Under accrual accounting, revenues are recognized as soon as they are earned and expenses are recognized as soon as…
Agency Council on Coordinated Transportation
Alameda Corridor East
Pursuant to the Code of Federal Regulations and guidelines by the U.S. Department of Transportation, a description of the statewide organizational arrangements, assignments of responsibility, and decision-making processes to ensure that economic, socials, and environmental effect are fully considered along…
A model used to predict the geographical distribution of land use activities. (TRB)
Methodology that measures the cost and performance of activities, resources and cost objects. Resources are assigned to activities, then activities are assigned to cost objectives based on their use. ABC recognizes the casual relationships of cost drivers to activities._x000D_
An area with heavy traffic activity and high population or commercial building densities which generate a large number of trips, such as in a shopping center or industrial park.
Amounts determined on the basis of costs incurred, as distinguished from forecasted costs.
Analysis completed and submitted by an individual versed in the collection and interpretation of numerical data (especially someone who uses statistics to calculate insurance premiums)