• TRB 100th Annual Meeting - A Virtual Event

      January 2021

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Annual Meeting Event Detail

Lectern Session 868

Transforming Approaches to Address Transformative Mobility

Wednesday, January 11 2:30 PM- 4:00 PM ET
Lectern | AICP Certification
Amanda Stathopoulos, Northwestern University
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Transportation Demand Forecasting (changed to Standing Committee on Transportation Demand Forecasting, AEP50, on 4/15/2020) (ADB40)

Through an innovative format of brief but targeted presentations by practitioners and academics, this "lightening session" provides attendees with a wealth of information about how to integrate and consider the implications of transformative technology on transportation planning and modelling. Included are discussions related to shared mobility - bike, car and ride sharing services, automated and connected vehicles, and the travel choices of the highly connected and tech savvy Millennial generation.    

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Title Presentation Number
Shared Mobility: Current Adoption, Use, and Potential Impacts on Travel Behavior
Regina Clewlow, Populus
Gouri Shankar Mishra, University of California, Davis
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Impacts of a Multimodal Mobility Offer on Travel Behavior and Preferences: Insights from a Survey Among Users of the First Mobility Station in Munich, Germany
Montserrat Miramontes, Technische Universitaet Muenchen
Maximilian Pfertner, Technical University of Munich
Hema Rayaprolu, University of Sydney
Martin Schreiner, Landeshauptstadt München
Gebhard Wulfhorst, Technical University of Munich
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Assessing Public Opinions on Uber as a Ridesharing Transportation System: Explanatory Analysis and Results of a Survey in the Chicago, Illinois, Area
Seyed Mahmoudifard, University of Illinois, Chicago
Amirhassan Kermanshah, University of Illinois, Chicago
Ramin Shabanpour, University of North Florida
Abolfazl Mohammadian, University of Illinois, Chicago
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Can Autonomous Vehicles Reduce Car Mobility? Evidence from a Stated Adaptation Experiment in Belgium
Mario Cools, University of Liege
Caroline Rongy, University of Liege
Sabine Limbourg, University of Liege
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Modeling Preferences for Smart Modes and Services: Case Study in Lisbon, Portugal
Charisma Choudhury, University of Leeds
Lang Yang
João de Abreu e Silva, Instituto Superior Técnico Universidade de Lisboa
Moshe Ben-Akiva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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Behavioral Choice Model of the Use of Carsharing and Ride-Sourcing Services
Felipe Dias, University of Texas, Austin
Patricia Lavieri, University of Melbourne
Venu Garikapati, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Sebastian Astroza, Universidad de Concepcion
Ram Pendyala, Arizona State University
Chandra Bhat, University of Texas, Austin
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Estimating the Trip Generation Impacts of Autonomous Vehicles on Car Travel in Victoria, Australia
Long T. Truong, La Trobe University
Chris De Gruyter, RMIT University
Graham Currie, Monash University
Alexa Delbosc, Monash University
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Tracking a System of Shared Autonomous Vehicles Across the Austin, Texas, Network Using Agent-Based Simulation
Jun Liu, University of Alabama
Kara M. Kockelman, University of Texas, Austin
Patrick Boesch, ETHZ - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Francesco Ciari, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
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Are We Ready to Embrace Connected and Self-Driving Vehicles? A Case Study of Texans
Kara M. Kockelman, University of Texas, Austin
Prateek Bansal, Cornell University
Review of Changing Prices and Tax Levels for Neighborhood Car Sharing in the United States: 2011-2016
Joseph Schwieterman, DePaul University
What Drives Millennials: Comparison of Vehicle Miles Traveled Between Millennials and Generation X in California
Kate Tiedeman, University of California, Davis
Giovanni Circella, University of California, Davis
Farzad Alemi, University of California, Davis
Rosaria Berliner, University of California, Davis

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