• TRB 99th Annual Meeting

      January 12–16, 2020

    • Interactive Program

2017

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Workshop 131

Doctoral Student Research in Transportation Operations and Control

Sunday 9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Workshop
Michael Knodler, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Sponsored by:
Section - Operations (AHB00)



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Title Presentation Number
Enhanced Optimization Procedure Responsive to Variable Roadway Capacity and Pavement Thickness Requirements in Highway Cost Allocation
Saurav Kumar Dubey, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
P17-21778
Network Econometrics and Traffic Flow Analysis
Alireza Ermagun, Northwestern University
P17-21779
Signal Control and Design for Improved Person Mobility and Air Quality in Urban Multimodal Transportation Systems
Farnoush Khalighi, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
P17-21780
Increasing Freeway Capacity by Efficiently Timing Its Nearby Arterial Traffic Signals
Xingan (David) Kan, Florida Atlantic University
P17-21781
Impacts of Connected Vehicles on Traffic Operation and Control: Instability and Dynamics
Merih Wahid, Oregon State University
P17-21782
Efficient Control of Automated Connected Vehicles at Freeway Merge Segments
Clark Letter, University of Florida
P17-21783
Stochastic Modeling of Breakdown at Freeway Merge Bottleneck and Traffic Control Strategies Using Connected and Automated Vehicles
Youngjun Han, University of Wisconsin, Madison
P17-21784
Multiagent Assessments of Connected-Vehicle Technologies on Work Zone Operation: Safety, Mobility, and Market Penetration
Harith Abdulsattar, American University of Beirut
P17-21785
Network Modeling and Design: Distributed Problem-Solving Approach
Ehsan Jafari, University of Texas, Austin
P17-21786
Study of Large-Scale Minimum Cost Network Flow Problem
Yuan Zhou, Greensboro Depatment of Transportation
P17-21787
Improving the Efficiency of Network Analysis Tools
Amber Chen, University of Texas, Austin
P17-21788
Optimized Time-Dependent Congestion Pricing System for Large Networks: Integrating Distributed Optimization, Departure Time Choice, and Dynamic Traffic Assignment in the Greater Toronto Area
Aya Aboudina, University of Toronto
P17-21789
Investigating Speed Selection Through Naturalistic and Simulator Studies
Cole Fitzpatrick, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
P17-21790