• TRB 100th Annual Meeting - A Virtual Event

      January 2021

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Poster Session 1415

1415 - New research on travel demand management

Thursday, January 28 4:00 PM- 5:30 PM ET
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Eric Holeman, Uptown Planning Analytics
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Transportation Demand Management (AEP60)

This session highlights recent research on various transportation demand management strategies, an increasingly important strategy for agencies dealing with congested infrastructure and limited funds for expansion. In this session you will hear about new TDM strategies, advanced modeling techniques, and advanced visions for the next generation of smart cities. 

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Title Presentation Number
Examining the Spatially Heterogeneous Effects of the Built Environment on Walking Among Older Adults
Long Cheng (long.cheng@ugent.be), Ghent University
Kunbo Shi, Universiteit Gent
Jonas De Vos, University College London
Mengqiu Cao, University of Westminster
Xuewu Chen, Southeast University
Frank Witlox, Universiteit Gent
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Estimation of Gasoline Price Elasticity on Car Mileage in Japan
Yudai Kamada, Chuo Daigaku
Masayoshi Tanishita, Chuo University
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Restrictions to the Use of Private Vehicles in Urban Areas and their Impact on Car Ownership: Evidence from Madrid, Spain
Juan Nicolás Gonzalez (juannicolas.gonzalez@upm.es), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Jose Perez-Doval, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Juan Gomez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Jose Manuel Vassallo, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
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Site-Specific Transportation Demand Management: Developers’ Response to Seattle’s Transportation Management Program
Mairin McKnight-Slottee, University of Washington
Chang-Hee Christine Bae, University of Washington
Edward McCormack, University of Washington
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Quantifying the Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Willingness to Pay for Travel Time Savings and Reliability for Passenger Vehicle Drivers
Tristan Cherry, RSG Inc
Mark Fowler, RSG Inc
Claire Goldhammer, RSG Inc
Jeong Yun Kweun, Virginia Department of Transportation
Alireza Soroush, C&M Associates
Thomas Sherman, Virginia Department of Transportation
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Price Elasticity of Sharing A Ridesourcing Trip
Sicheng Wang (sicheng.wang@rutgers.edu), Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Robert Noland, Rutgers University
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Transportation Wallet for Residents of Affordable Housing: Evaluation of an Incentives Pilot Program in Portland, OR
Huijun Tan (huijutan@pdx.edu), Portland State University
Nathan McNeil, Portland State University
John MacArthur, Portland State University
Kelly Rodgers, Portland State University
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Battling Canteen Queues: a Field Experiment with Tradable Rush Hour Permits among Students
Kexin Geng (14241238@bjtu.edu.cn), Beijing Jiaotong University
Devi Brands, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam
Erik Verhoef, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam
Yacan Wang, Beijing Jiaotong University
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Optimizing Budget Allocation f or Incentive Based Active Traffic Demand Management Solutions
Lin Xiao (18811508829@163.com), Tongji University
Jiyan Wu, Tongji University
Jian Sun, Tongji University
Ye Tian, Tongji University
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Exploring Traffic Demand Distribution of Comprehensive Land-use Scenarios Using Floating Taxi Data and Points of Interests
Weijie Yu, Southeast University
Wei Wang, Southeast University
Xuedong Hua, Southeast University
Xueyan Wei, Southeast University
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The Effect of Price and Time on Private and Shared Transportation Network Company Trips
Scott Middleton, EBP US
Kyle Schroeckenthaler, EBP
Deepak Gopalakrishna, ICF International Inc
Allen Greenberg, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
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Impacts Of Flextime On Departure Time Choice For Home-Based Commuting Trips In Austin, Texas
Mashrur Rahman, University of Texas, Austin
Krishna Murthy Gurumurthy, University of Texas, Austin
Kara M. Kockelman (kkockelm@mail.utexas.edu), University of Texas, Austin
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Re-imagining Streets as Public Open Space in the US and Canada: Opinions from a COVID-19 Tweet Corpus
Darcy Reynard, University of Alberta
Manish Shirgaokar (manish.shirgaokar@ucdenver.edu), University of Colorado, Denver
Damian Collins, University of Alberta
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What Causes Change in Travel Behavior? Exploring the Relationship Between Key Events and Travel Behavior Using Social Media
Evan Iacobucci (evan.iacobucci@rutgers.edu), Rutgers University
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Modeling of Driving Alone Decisions and Parking Behaviors Among University Students in Rural Areas
Doaa Al-Alawneh, Jordan University of Science and Technology
Anne Gharaibeh, Jordan University of Science and Technology
Jaser Mahasneh, Jordan University of Science and Technology
Ahmad Alomari, Yarmouk University
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Spatial Variation of Ridesourcing Demand: Comparing Community Determinants for Solo Versus Pooled Rides
Jason Soria (jason.soria@u.northwestern.edu), Northwestern University
Amanda Stathopoulos, Northwestern University
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Car Ownership and the Built Environment: A Spatial Modeling Approach
Jerome Laviolette (jerome.laviolette@gmail.com), Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Catherine Morency, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
E. Owen Waygood, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Konstadinos Goulias, University of California, Santa Barbara
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Modelling departure time choice of car commuters in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Khatun E Zannat, University of Leeds
Charisma Choudhury (cfc@alum.mit.edu), University of Leeds
Stephane Hess, University of Leeds
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