Skip to main content

Transportation Research Resources

Bibliographic & fulltext article databases

Some databases specifically cover the transportation literature, while others are more interdisciplinary.

See the notes below for details and select according to your research needs.

Transportation Specific Databases

Multidisciplinary databases

Citation databases

These citation databases index citations between publications, allowing you to see reference lists and later documents citing earlier documents. They also allow you to rank search results by times cited.


Data & map resources

University of Toronto's Data Library and Map Library have extensive sources and knowledgeable staff.

They have recently relocated to 5th floor of Robarts Library.

Map and Data Library Location


View Larger Map

(Click on View Larger Map for full directions)

A: Engineering & Computer Science Library (10 King's College Road)

B: Map & Data Library 5th floor of Robarts Library (130 St. George Street)

RefWorks citation management software

If we don't have what you need...

RACER

If U of T Libraries don't have the item you are looking for we can get it for you through the Interlibrary Loan system. The online Interlibrary Loan ordering system is called RACER.

Suggest a purchase

You are also encouraged to recommend items that you feel the Library should have. Please use the submission form linked below to suggest a purchase.

Get Help - Benjamin

  Your Librarian: Benjamin WalshHeadshot of Benjamin Walsh

  Engineering & Computer Science Library
  10 King's College Road, Room 2402

  Image of an envelope Email

  Image of a telephone 416-946-0389

  Subjects: Aerospace StudiesComputer Science, Civil EngineeringElectrical & Computer Engineering, Engineering Science, Environmental Engineering, and Mineral & Mining Engineering 


  Engineering & Computer Science LibrarySanford Fleming Building

  Engineering & Computer Science Library
  10 King's College Road, Room 2402

  Image of an envelope Email

  Image of a telephone 416-978-6578

  Website  /   Hours  /  ECSL Research Guides 

Guide Credits

Adapted by Tracy Zahradnik from a my.library guide (Transportation Research Resources) created by Cris Sewerin. Updated by Michelle Spence. Maintained by Benjamin Walsh.