• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

    • Interactive Program

2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1442

Public Transportation Planning and Land Use

Tuesday 8:00 AM- 9:45 AM
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Poster
John Evans, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Public Transportation Planning and Development (AP025)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Multi-modal trip generation from land use developments: International synthesis and future directions
Chris De Gruyter, RMIT University
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19-00135
Before-and-After Travel Equity Analysis of Residents’ Shopping Trips in Large-Scale Residential Areas on the Megacity Periphery: Case Study of Shanghai, China
Jinping Guan, Tongji University
Kai Zhang
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19-00730
Impacts of urban rail investment on regional economies: Evidences from Tokyo using spatial difference-in-differences analysis
Yuichiro Kaneko, Nihon University
Takuro Nakagawa, CTI Engineering Co., Ltd.
Kheang Veng Phun, Japan Transport Research Institute
Hironori Kato, University of Tokyo
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19-00972
A Data Driven Approach to Understanding and Planning for Curb Space Utility
Amy Smith, Uber Technologies, Inc.
Allison Wylie, Uber Technologies, Inc.
Andrew Salzberg, Uber Technologies, Inc.
Eric Womeldorff, Fehr & Peers
Geoff Rubendall, Fehr & Peers
Ingrid Ballus-Armet, Fehr & Peers
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19-02196
Attraction of urban rail transit station: a case of Shanghai, China
Ping Zhang, Tongji University
Zheyi Zhong, Tongji University
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19-02766
Planning for an uncertain future: ConnectSF and scenario planning in San Francisco
Chester Fung, ARUP
Tam Tran, San Francisco Planning Department
Nicole-Anne Boyer, Adaptive Edge Consulting
Doug Johnson, San Francisco Planning Department
Linda Meckel, San Francisco County Transportation Authority
Grahm Satterwhite, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
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19-04475
How Transit Service Closures Influence Bikeshare Demand; Lessons Learned from Safetrack Project in Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area
Hannah Younes, University of Maryland, College Park
Arefeh Nasri, University of Maryland, College Park
Giovanni Baiocchi, University of Maryland, College Park
lei zhang, University of Maryland
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19-04170
Built Environment Factors Affecting Bike Sharing Ridership: A Data-Driven approach for multiple cities
David Duran Rodas, Technical University of Munich
Emmanouil Chaniotakis, Technical University of Munich
Constantinos Antoniou, Technical University of Munich
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19-04576
Understanding the Recent Transit Ridership Decline in Major US Cities: Service Cuts or Emerging Modes?
Michael Graehler, Jr., University of Kentucky
Richard Mucci, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Gregory Erhardt, University of Kentucky
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19-04931
Impacts of Land-Use Related Geo-Information on Metro Use
Hongliang Wan, Tongji University
Xiaohong Chen, Tongji University
Yi Lin, Sichuan University
Bin Ran, University of Wisconsin, Madison
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19-05729
Study of Impact of Modal Shift of Private Vehicles towards Public Transport using Microscopic Simulation Model: A Case Study of Three Metropolitan Cities in India
Punith B Kotagi, National Institute of Technology Karnataka
Gowri Asaithambi, National Institute of Technology, Karnataka
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19-06058