• TRB 100th Annual Meeting - A Virtual Event

      January 2021

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Lectern Session 464

Data and Technology for Rural and Intercity Decision Making

Monday, January 09 3:45 PM- 5:30 PM ET
Lectern
Patricia Collette, University of Kansas
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Rural, Intercity Bus, and Specialized Transportation (AP055)

Emphasis in this session is on the need for data (e.g., National Transit Database and the General Transit Feed Specification) and driven decisions in the planning and design of public transit systems that serve rural and intercity markets.





Title Presentation Number
Estimating Ridership of Rural Demand-Response Transit Services for the General Public
Jeremy Mattson, North Dakota State University
Show Abstract
17-00985
Exploring the Relationship Between Performance Measures and Trip Type for Transit Systems Serving Rural U.S. Communities
Kai Monast, Institute for Transportation Research and Education
Mathew Palmer, Institute for Transportation Research and Education
Show Abstract
17-04630
Research of Viable Attributes and Potential to Integrate Curbside Intercity Buses
Marcia Scott, University of Delaware
Christopher Kelly, University of Delaware
Eileen Collins, State of Alaska
Jerome Lewis, University of Delaware
Ardeshir Faghri, University of Delaware
Mingxin Li, University of Delaware
Show Abstract
17-06609
Using Open Data on Health Care Services and Data Standards for Transit and Inter-city Bus Trip Planning for Statewide Rides to Wellness Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Lawrence Harman, Bridgewater State University
Uma Shama, Bridgewater State University
P17-21755
Practices on Preparing GTFS Feed Data for Rural and Small Urban Transit Systems
Todd Hansen, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
P17-21756

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