• TRB 100th Annual Meeting - A Virtual Event

      January 24–28, 2021

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2021

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1113

1113 – Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program Posters, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 1215; Part 3, Session 1306; Part 4, Session 1397)

Monday, January 25 2:30 PM- 4:00 PM ET
Poster
Sponsored by:
Section - Executive Management Issues (AJE00)

U.S. DOT Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program student posters.



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Title Presentation Number
Existing Technologies, Novel Benefits: Connecting Non-Motorized Users with Roadway Infrastructure
Amy Wyman, Oregon State University
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P21-20365
Change in Vehicle Ownership Rates: The Roles of Lifecycle and Cohort Effects
Julene Paul, University of California, Los Angeles
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P21-20366
Understanding the effect of cognitive deficits on driving behavior among concussed adolescent driver
Divya Jain, University of Pennsylvania
P21-20367
Equity and Demand Implications of Rail Transit Fare Policies
Zakhary Mallett, University of Southern California
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P21-20368
Enhancement of Constructability of Diverse and Unconventional Intersections and Interchanges
Minerva Bonilla, North Carolina State University
P21-20369
Optimizing Laboratory Curing Conditions for Hot Mix Asphalt to Better Simulate Field Behavior
Benjamin Arras, University of Texas, El Paso
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P21-20370
Personal Mobility Behaviors following Large Unexpected Shocks - The Case of COVID-19
Mohamed Amine Bouzaghrane, University of California, Berkeley
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P21-20371
Accounting for Streetscape Design in Pedestrian Preferences Using a Mixed Methods Field Experiment
Chester Harvey, University of California, Berkeley
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P21-20372
To Pool or Not to Pool? Exploring Opportunities to Expand the Market for Pooling Through Multi-Objective Optimization of Pricing Policies
Jessica Lazarus, University of California, Berkeley
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P21-20373
How can Shared Electric Autonomous Mobility (SEAM) fill mobility gaps for vulnerable populations and what are the barriers to realizing the benefits of SEAM?
William Lyons, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
P21-20374
Household provisioning in response to COVID-19: How are online shopping platforms shifting travel behavior?
Gabriella Abou-Zeid, Portland State University
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P21-20375
Potential Access for Common Carrier Parcel Lockers at Transit Facilities in Portland, Oregon
Katherine Keeling, Portland State University
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P21-20377
Comparative Analysis of Wildfire and Hurricane Evacuations
Fanny Kristiansson, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
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P21-20378
Exploring Factor Relationships Among Driving Simulator Outcome Variables in Horizontal Curves Using a Neurodiverse Sample
Gabriela Sherrod, University of Alabama, Birmingham
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P21-20379
Safety Verification of Neural Networks for Unmanned Aircraft and Robotics Applications
Joseph Vincent, Stanford University
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P21-20380
Establishing Safe Operating Speeds for Autonomous Vehicles: A Case Study from the Automated Skyway Express in Jacksonville, Florida
Andrew Loken, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
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P21-20381
Artificial Intelligence Resilience-Based Infrastructure Management and Maintenance Plan
Julian Jesso, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
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P21-20382
Algorithmic Challenges in High-Capacity On-Demand Mobility
Juan Carlos Martinez Mori, Cornell University
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P21-20383
Where will upzoning induce changes to the built environment?
Matthew Conway, Arizona State University
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P21-20384
Parameter identifiability of car-following dynamics
Yanbing Wang, Vanderbilt University
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P21-20385
Roadside Vegetation Design and Management: State Interpretations and Environmental Impacts
Ellen White, Rutgers University
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P21-20386
Commute Knowledge: How Transit Users Learn and Alter Travel Patterns
Joshua Davidson, University of Pennsylvania
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P21-20387
The use and influence of health indicators in transportation decision-making
Kelly Rodgers, Portland State University
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P21-20388
Effect of Perceived Driving Styles on Simulated Driving Performance Among Drivers with Developmental Disabilities
Austin Svancara, University of Alabama, Birmingham
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P21-20389
What Causes Change in Travel Behavior? Exploring the Relationship Between Key Events and Travel Behavior Using Social Media
Evan Iacobucci, Rutgers University
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P21-20394
Crowdsourced-focused Distribution Operations in Free-floating Scooter Systems
Lacy Greening, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
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P21-20395
Guidelines for Flaring Approach Guardrail Transitions (AGTs) Away from the Traveled Roadway
Ryan Bickhaus, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
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P21-20396
Trajectories of Teen Driver Self-Regulation: The Role of Learner Phase Practice
Melanie Albright, University of Alabama, Birmingham
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P21-20397
Staten Island North Shore Bus Rapid Transit Equity Analysis and Land Use Impact
Gregory Harasym, University of California, Berkeley
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P21-20398
Literature Review on Ridesourcing Users' Travel Behavior in North America
Cassidy Crossland, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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P21-20400
The Role of Transit in the Upward Mobility of Low-Income Indianapolis Residents
Arianna Rambaram, Purdue University
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P21-20402
Estimating transportation pollution burden to inform zoning protocols in Oakland, California
Lily MacIver, University of California, Berkeley
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P21-20403
Matching L.A. Travel Patterns and Metro Bus Service & Other COVID-19 Related Effects
Edgar Mejia, University of California, Los Angeles
P21-20404
Slow Streets in San Francisco
Lena Rogow, University of California, Los Angeles
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P21-20406
A Theory of Curb Parking Management
Miriam Pinski, University of California, Los Angeles
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P21-20407
Fleet Sizing and Service Region Partitioning for Same-Day Delivery Systems
Dipayan Banerjee, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
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P21-20410
Diversifying transportation: Nurturing mobility cultures
Teo Wickland, University of California, Los Angeles
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P21-20412
Evaluating First and Last Mile Access to Transit for People with Disabilities
Kaylyn Levine, University of Texas, Austin
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P21-20413
Transit Ridership & Neighborhood Change in Southern California
Hannah King, University of California, Los Angeles
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P21-20414
Make room for buses: A case study of transit revival in Seattle, and lessons for urban America
Madeleine Parker, University of California, Berkeley
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P21-20415
The Effect of COVID-19 on Routine Mode Choice
Amy Lee, University of California, Davis
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P21-20416
Care Coordinators’ Perspectives on Transportation Barriers to Accessing Healthcare in North Carolina During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Lindsay Oluyede, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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P21-20417
Safety of Connected Vehicle Platoons
Vamsi Krishna Vegamoor, Texas A&M University
P21-20418
COVID-19 and Travel Trends in US Counties
Rachael Panik, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
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P21-20420
Midwest Virtual Road Corridor (MVRC): An ultra-compact road map representation for CAVs
Ricardo Jacome, Mid-America Transportation Center
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P21-20421
Sinkhole Susceptibility Model using Remote Sensing Data
Ronald Rizzo, University of Kentucky
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P21-20422
Regions, Race, Rail, and Rubber: An Analysis of How Transportation Planning Decisions Contributed to Regional Segregation, 1925 – 1970
Robert Pfaff, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
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P21-20424
Optimizing Mixed Autonomous Intersections via Reinforcement Learning
Zhongxia Yan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
P21-20426
Accurate, multimodal microsimulation of urban air mobility and its impact on travel behavior and land use
Pavan Yedavalli, University of California, Berkeley
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P21-20425
Examining Transport Access, Egress, and Heterogeneity at U.S. Community Colleges
Aqshems Meten Nichols, University of California, Berkeley
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P21-20427

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