• TRB 99th Annual Meeting

      January 12–16, 2020

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2017

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Poster Session 829

Transportation Demand Forecasting Poster Mega-session, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 830)

Wednesday 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM
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Poster
Jeremy Raw, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Transportation Demand Forecasting (ADB40)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Mode Choice and Travel Distance Joint Models for School Trips
Alireza Ermagun, Northwestern University
Amir Samimi, Sharif University of Technology
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17-06797
Conceptual Framework for Understanding Latent Demand: Accounting for Unrealized Activities and Travel
Kelly Clifton, Portland State University
Filipe Moura, FUNDEC
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17-06869
Sketch-Level Methods for Quantifying Vehicle Miles Traveled
Amy Lee, University of California, Davis
Kevin Fang, Sonoma State University
Susan Handy, University of California, Davis
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17-06879
Tour Complexity and Transportation Demand Management: A Focus on Central Business District Work Tours
Moein Khaloei, University of Washington
Meeghat Habibian, Amirkabir University of Technology
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17-06887
Shared Mobility: Current Adoption, Use, and Potential Impacts on Travel Behavior
Regina Clewlow, Populus
Gouri Shankar Mishra, University of California, Davis
P17-20860
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, The University of Sydney
Martin Schreiner, Landeshauptstadt München
Gebhard Wulfhorst
P17-20861
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
P17-20865
Modeling Preferences for Smart Modes and Services: Case Study in Lisbon, Portugal
Charisma Farheen Choudhury, University of Leeds
Lang Yang
João de Abreu e Silva, IST-ID
Moshe Ben-Akiva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
P17-20867
Behavioral Choice Model of Use of Carsharing and Ride-Sourcing Services
Chandra Bhat, University of Texas, Austin
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
P17-20868
Estimating the Trip Generation Impacts of Autonomous Vehicles on Car Travel in Victoria, Australia
Long Truong, La Trobe University
Chris De Gruyter, RMIT University
Graham Currie, Monash University
Alexa Delbosc, Monash University
P17-20870
Tracking a System of Shared Autonomous Vehicles Across the Austin, Texas, Network Using Agent-Based Simulation
Jun Liu, University of Alabama
Kara Kockelman, University of Texas, Austin
Patrick Boesch, ETHZ - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Francesco Ciari, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
P17-20871
Fully Autonomous Vehicles: Simulating Transportation System Performance and Operating Scenarios in the Greater Toronto Area, Canada
Bradley Kloostra, University of Toronto
Matthew Roorda, University of Toronto
P17-20872
Activity-Related Land Use Mix Construct and Its Connection to Pedestrian Travel
Steven Gehrke, Northern Arizona University
Kelly Clifton, Portland State University
P17-20873
Anticipating Regional Impacts of Connected and Automated Vehicle Travel in Austin, Texas
Yong Zhao, Jacobs
Kara Kockelman, University of Texas, Austin
P17-20874
Embedding Autonomous Vehicle Sharing in Public Transit System: Example of-Last Mile Problem
Jinhua Zhao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Yu Shen, Tongji University
Hongmou Zhang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
P17-20875
Estimating Household Travel Energy Consumption in Conjunction with a Travel Demand Forecasting Model
Venu Garikapati, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Daehyun You, Maricopa Association of Governments
Wenwen Zhang, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Ram Pendyala, Arizona State University
Subhrajit Guhathakurta, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Marilyn Brown, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Bistra Dilkina, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
P17-20876
Transportation Planning to Accommodate Needs of Wind Energy Projects
Chandra Bhat, University of Texas, Austin
Sebastian Astroza, Universidad de Concepcion
Priyadarshan Patil, University of Texas, Austin
Katherine Smith, University of Texas, Austin
P17-20877
Dynamic Passenger Assignment Challenges
Lisa Zorn, Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)
Elizabeth Sall, UrbanLabs LLC
P17-20878
What If the Network Was Designed by the Demand and How Much Does It Comply with the Supply?
Kinan Bahbouh, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Catherine Morency, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Chantal Berdier
P17-20879
Assessing Public Opinion on Uber as a Ridesharing Transportation System: Explanatory Analysis and Results of a Survey in Chicago Area
Seyed Mahmoudifard, University of Illinois, Chicago
Amirhassan Kermanshah, University of Illinois, Chicago
Ramin Shabanpour, University of Illinois, Chicago
Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian, University of Illinois, Chicago
P17-20863
Exploring the Role of Activity Time Use Frontiers on Emotional Well Being: An Evidence from Disability and Use of Time Survey
Srinath Ravulaparthy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Karthik Konduri, Amazon.com
Konstadinos Goulias, University of California, Santa Barbara
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17-05781
Exploratory Analysis of Crowdsourced Delivery Service Through a Stated Preference Experiment
Aymeric Punel, Northwestern University
Amanda Stathopoulos, Northwestern University
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17-05574
De-Transformation Bias in Non-Linear Trip Generation Models
Liming Wang, Portland State University
Kristina Currans, University of Arizona
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17-03592