• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

    • Interactive Program

2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 377

Uses of Multiple Data Sets for Transportation Planning (9)

Monday 2:00 PM- 3:45 PM
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Poster
Mara Kaminowitz, Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC), presiding
Clara Reschovsky, OST-R/Bureau of Transportation Statistics, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems (ABJ30)
Subcommittee on Census for Transportation Planning (ABJ30(1))

 



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Title Presentation Number
Local Demographic Projections and Traffic Safety: Integrating Census, California Department of Public Health, and Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System Data
Simon Choi, Southern California Association of Governments
Derek Hung, University of Southern California
Tom Vo, Southern California Association of Governments
Frank Wen, Southern California Association of Governments
P16-0654
Necessity Breeds Data Innovation: Obtaining Accurate Demographic Data in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina
Lynn DuPont, New Orleans Regional Planning Commission
Jason Sappington, New Orleans Regional Planning Commission
P16-0667
Spatial and Socioeconomic Analysis of Commuting Patterns in Southern California Using LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics, CTPP, and ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Jung Seo, Southern California Association of Governments
Tom Vo, Southern California Association of Governments
JiSu Lee, Southern California Association of Governments
Frank Wen, Southern California Association of Governments
Simon Choi, Southern California Association of Governments
P16-0670
Reliability and Compatibility of Major Journey-to-Work O-D Flows: Investigating CTPP, LODES, AirSage, and Mobile App Location Data for Selected Zones in New York City
Kyeongsu Kim, Connetics Transportation Group
H. Joon Park, New York City Department of Transportation
P16-0673
Fusing Passive Data for Transportation Planning: Studies in Atlanta and Seattle
Josephine Kressner, Transport Foundry
P16-0674
Estimating Monthly Visitations to U.S. National Parks and National Forests from Mobile Phone Activities
Vijayaraghavan Sivaraman, AirSage
Sasanka Gandavarapu, AirSage
P16-0676
Using Census Data for GIS Routing
Patrick Whiteford, Arizona Department of Transportation
P16-0696
Preparing Multiple Data Sets for Taxi Demand Modeling in New York City
Eric J. Gonzales, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Ci Yang, DIGITALiBiz, Inc.
P16-0706
Lessons Learned in Developing a Method for Quantifying the Contribution of State Workers to Roadway Congestion in Downtown Austin, Texas
Stacey Bricka, MacroSys Research and Technology
Minh Le, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Kristi Miller, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Maarit Moran, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
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