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2020

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Poster Session 1686

Parking Space: Recent Research in Parking Topics

Wednesday, January 15 8:00 AM- 9:45 AM ET
Poster
Rachel Weinberger, Weinberger & Associates
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Transportation Demand Management (Merged with ABE25 to form Standing Committee on Transportation Demand Management, AEP60, on 4/15/2020) (ABE50)

This session includes a variety of recent research in parking management policy. 



No agenda available

Title Presentation Number
Automated Vehicles and Central Business District Parking: The Effects of Drop-Off Travel on Traffic Flow and Vehicle Emissions
Huajun Chai, University of California, Davis
Caroline Rodier, University of California, Davis
H. Michael Zhang, University of California, Davis
Miguel Jaller, University of California, Davis
Jeffery Song, University of California, Davis
Gursewak Singh, University of California, Davis
Show Abstract
20-00426
Who Says There’s No Place to Park?: Evaluating Parking Sentiment Through Online Reviews
Andrew Mondschein, University of Virginia
David King, Arizona State University
Christopher Hoehne, Arizona State University
Zhiqiu Jiang, University of Virginia
Mikhail Chester, Arizona State University
Show Abstract
20-02508
Spatiotemporal Classifier: A Novel Model of Citywide Parking Guidance Based on Crowdsourced Parking Events
Yan Nie, School of Sotfware Engineering
Qinghao Lu, Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Haoyan Chen, Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Lei Peng, Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Show Abstract
20-00895
How Are Uber and Lyft Shaping Municipal On-Street Parking Revenue?
Benjamin Clark, University of Oregon
Anne Brown, University of Oregon
Show Abstract
20-00654
Parking Occupancy and Shared Parking: Comparative Case Studies of Parking Reduction at Transit-Oriented Developments in the United States
Reid Ewing, University of Utah
Keuntae Kim, University of Utah
Sadegh Sabouri, University of Utah
Fariba Siddiq, University of California, Los Angeles
Show Abstract
20-00694
Macroscopic Modeling and Dynamic Control of Parking Dispatching in an Era of Autonomous Vehicles
Cong Zhao, Tongji University
Feixiong Liao, Technische Universiteit, Eindhoven
Xinghua Li, Tongji University
Yuchuan Du, Tongji University
Show Abstract
20-02267
­­­­Assessing Minimum Parking Requirements and Parking Capacities of Residential Development in the Bangkok Metropolitan Region
Chakaphan Chullabodhi, Chulalongkorn University
Saksith Chalermpong, Chulalongkorn University
Apiwat Ratanawaraha, Chulalongkorn University
Hironori Kato, University of Tokyo
Show Abstract
20-02354
Parking and Economic Productivity: Would Silicon Valley Be Richer with Lower Parking Requirements?
Michael Manville, University of California, Los Angeles
C.J. Gabbe, Santa Clara University
Taner Osman, University of California, Los Angeles
Show Abstract
20-02960
Development of Joint SP-Off-RP Model for Shanghai Commute Mode Choices in Response to Parking Fee Management
Ping Zhang, Tongji University
Xin Ye, Tongji University
Ke Wang, Tongji University
Show Abstract
20-03761
ITE Guideline Versus Actual Trip and Parking Generation: Evidence from a Transit-Oriented Development in an Auto-Oriented Region
Shima Hamidi, University of Texas, Arlington
Roya Etminani, University of Texas, Arlington
Sanggyun Kang, Korea Transport Institute (KOTI)
Reid Ewing, University of Utah
Show Abstract
20-05306
Can High-Quality Public Transport Support Reduced Car Parking Requirements for New Residential Apartments?
Chris De Gruyter, RMIT University
Long T. Truong, La Trobe University
Elizabeth Taylor, Monash University
Show Abstract
20-00681
Study on Short-Term Accurate Prediction of Parking Demand
Linbo Li, Tongji University
Yang Li, Tongji University
Yahua Zhang, University of Southern Queensland
Show Abstract
20-01862
Analyzing Drivers' Intention to Accept Parking App by Structural Equation Model
Chang Yang, Ningbo University
Xiaofei Ye, Ningbo University
Jin Xie, Ningbo University
Xingchen Yan, Nanjing Forestry University
Lili Lu, Ningbo University
Show Abstract
20-00937
Urban Traffic Parking System Dynamics Model with Macroscopic Properties: A Comparative Study Between Shanghai and Zurich
Biruk Mesfin, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Jian Sun, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Show Abstract
20-05858
Parking Forcast of Railway Station Garages Based on Passenger Behavior Analysis Using LSTM Network
Songxue Gai, Tongji University
Xiaoqing Zeng, Tongji University
Show Abstract
20-05375
Parking Detection Method Using Quadtree Decomposition Analysis
Khaled Shaaban, Utah Valley University
Houweida Tounsi, Qatar University
Show Abstract
20-03540
Time Window–Based Dual Bin Packing Approach for Improved Sharing of Parking Resources
Pengfei Zhao, Beijing University of Technology
Hongzhi Guan, Beijing University of Technology
Heng Wei, University of Cincinnati
Shixu Liu, Fuzhou University
Show Abstract
20-03415
Applying SimPark for Parking Policy Analysis in Amsterdam
Jan Vuurstaek, Universiteit Hasselt
Milou Bisseling, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Luk Knapen, UHasselt
Elenna Dugundji, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam
Jeroen Schmidt, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Jullian van Kampen, Centrum Wiskunde en Informatica
Bas Schotten, Municipality of Amsterdam
Tom Bellemens, Universiteit Hasselt
Show Abstract
20-01487
Development of Multi-Nomial Logit Model for Shanghai Auto Drivers’ Non-Work Mode Choices in Response to Parking Fee Management
Ping Zhang, Tongji University
Xin Ye, Tongji University
Ke Wang, Tongji University
Show Abstract
20-05534
Assessment of Students’ Campus Parking in Rural Areas
Jaser Mahasneh, Jordan University of Science and Technology
Doaa Al-Alawneh, Jordan University of Science and Technology
Anne Gharaibeh, Jordan University of Science and Technology
Show Abstract
20-06081
An Agent-Based Simulation Model for Evaluation of Parking Policies in the Era of Autonomous Vehicles
Sina Bahrami, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Matthew J Roorda, University of Toronto
Show Abstract
20-00198
Optimal Dedicated Locations for Curbside Pickup and Drop-Off Ridesourcing and Ridesharing Autonomous Vehicles
Xidong Pi, Carnegie Mellon University
Susu Xu, Carnegie Mellon University
Sean Qian, Carnegie Mellon University
Show Abstract
20-01773
Curb Management in Business Districts: Current Trends and Future Options
Juan Matute, University of California, Los Angeles
Yu Hong Hwang, University of California, Los Angeles
Show Abstract
20-05476

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