Mitchell L. Moss

Director, NYU Rudin Center for Transportation

Research 1975-1994

Made in New York: The Future of Manufacturing, Urban Research Center, New York University, 1994.



The Location of Back Offices: Emerging Trends and Development Patterns, (with A. Dunau), Real Estate Institute, New York University, July 1986.

The Telecommunications Infrastructure in the City of New York, Office for Economic Development, City of New York, September 1985.


Telecommunications Technology and Regional Development, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, May 1984.

Telecommunications Technologies and Public Broadcasting (with J. Carey), Corporation for Public Broadcasting, January 1984.


A Third of A Nation Wired (with R. Warren and K. Hellebust), Final Report to the Benton Foundation, June 1983.

The Changing Telecommunications Infrastructure in New York City (with B. Layton), Office for Economic Development, City of New York, March 1983.


Socio-Economic Uses of the Hudson-Raritan Estuary, Prepared for the New York Bight Project, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, March 1982.


New Prospects for the Urban Waterfront, New York Sea Grant Report Series, Albany, New York, New York Sea Grant Institute, 1980.


"The Challenge of Urban Waterfront Revitalization" in Refining the Waterfront: Alternative Energy Facility Siting Policies for Urban Coastal Areas, D. Morell and G. Singer, eds., Final Report to the U.S. Department of Energy, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, Princeton University, 1979.

Two-Way Cable Television: An Evaluation of Community Uses in Reading, Pennsylvania, Final Report to the National Science Foundation, Volumes I and II, 1978, (editor and author of two sections). Executive Summary, Two-Way Cable Television, Reprinted by the Council of Europe,Strasbourg, France, 1979.


"Public Services Uses of Cable Television" in RANN 2: Realizing Knowledge as a Resource, Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Research Applied to National Needs, Vol. V, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977.


The New York City Waterfront: An Analysis of Municipal Ownership and Leasing of Public Land (with M. Drennan), New York Sea Grant Report Series, 1976.