• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

    • Interactive Program

2019

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Poster Session 712

The World of Transportation Planning Applications

Tuesday 3:45 PM- 5:30 PM
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Poster | Practice Ready Paper
Christopher Hiebert, Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC), presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Transportation Planning Applications (ADB50)

Real-world applications of planning, modeling, forecasting, and data analysis.



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Title Presentation Number
Incorporating User Heterogeneity in Value of Time (VOT) and Value of Reliability (VOR) for Managed Lanes
Md Sakoat Hossan, CDM Smith
P18-20208
Modeling Impacts of Autonomous Vehicles on Travel Demand with an Activity-Based Model
Peter Vovsha, WSP
P18-20209
Modeling Autonomous Transit Service in Statewide Transportation Networks
Sevgi Erdogan, University of Maryland, College Park
P18-20210
Macrolevel Analysis of Pedestrian and Bike Commuting: Using Self-Organizing Maps to Associate Crime, Poverty, and Demographics
Apoorba Bibeka, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Subasish Das, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Michael Martin, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Mohammad Jalayer, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Sirajum Munira, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
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18-00885**
Market Development of Autonomous Driving in Germany
Bernd Kaltenhaeuser, Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University
Karl Werdich, Steinbeis Transfer Center Applied Methods of Project Management
Florian Dandl, Bundeswehr University, Munich
Klaus Bogenberger, Bundeswehr University, Munich
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18-01033
Pre-Destination Choice Walk-Mode Choice Models
Norman Marshall, Smart Mobility, Inc.
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18-01219**
Low-Effort Techniques for Incorporating Driverless Vehicles in Legacy Regional Planning Models
Di Kang, Virginia Department of Transportation
John Miller, Virginia Department of Transportation
Show Abstract
18-01490**
Building Desire Lines Using Delaunay Graphs
Pedro Camargo, Veitch Lister Consulting
Show Abstract
18-01576**
Street Intersection Characteristics and Their Impacts on Perceived Bicycling Safety
Kailai Wang, Ohio State University
Gulsah Akar, Ohio State University
Show Abstract
18-01602**
Accessibility Analysis of Risk Severity
Mengying Cui, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
David Levinson, University of Sydney
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18-02181**
Using Mobile Device Tracking Data to Identify Trip Characteristics: A Case Study Application from MetroPlan Orlando
Jorge Barrios, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. (KAI)
Burak Cesme, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. (KAI)
George Maier
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18-02750**
Fusing Long- and Short-Distance Travel in the Colorado Statewide Model
Jeffrey Newman, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
Erik Sabina, Colorado Department of Transportation
David Kurth, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
Jason Lemp, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
Thomas Rossi, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
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18-03586
Incorporating Big Data in an Activity-Based Travel Model: The Chattanooga Experience
Vincent Bernardin, RSG
John Bowman, Bowman Research and Consulting
Mark Bradley, RSG
Jason Chen, RSG
Nazneen Ferdous, Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc.
Yuen Lee, Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission
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18-03725**
A German Passenger Car and Heavy Vehicle Stock Model: Toward an Autonomous Vehicle Fleet
Martin Hartmann, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Peter Vortisch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
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18-04389**
Comprehensive Plug-and-Play Methodology for Multimodal Travel Trend Analysis at a Metropolitan Level Utilizing Only Public Domain Data
Bo Peng, University of Maryland, College Park
Yixuan Pan, University of Maryland, College Park
Shanjiang Zhu, George Mason University
Minha Lee, University of Maryland, College Park
Weiyi Zhou, University of Maryland, College Park
Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park
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18-04545
Measuring Access to Health Care and Education by Car and Public Transport in 18 Cities Across the World
Dimitrios Papaioannou, International Transport Forum at the OECD
Wagner Nicolas, International Transport Forum at the OECD
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18-04584**
Active Transportation Planning Beyond the Greenbelt: Key Challenges and Opportunities to Active Transportation Planning in Smaller Municipalities
Danielle Culp, Ryerson University
Neil Loewen, Urban Strategies
Raktim Mitra, Ryerson University
Nancy Smith Lea, Toronto Centre for Active Transportation
Paul Hess
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18-04776
Charter School Trip Generation
Jessica Jombai, Gresham Smith and Partners
Michael Dorweiler, Gresham Smith and Partners
David Skrelunas, Florida Department of Transportation
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18-04954**
Evaluating the Ability of Transit Direct Ridership Models to Forecast Medium-Term Ridership Changes: Evidence from San Francisco
Alex Mucci, University of Kentucky
Gregory Erhardt, University of Kentucky
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18-06169**
Characterizing Activity Patterns Using Co-Clustering and User-Activity Network
Ali Arian, University of Arizona
Alireza Ermagun, Northwestern University
Yi-Chang Chiu, University of Arizona
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18-06375**
Development of a Multiscale Slow-Speed Network Strategy
Ji Luo, University of California, Riverside
Charu Kukreja, DCR Design
Kati Rubinyi, Civic Projects
Roland Hansson, DCR Design
Michael Todd, University of California, Riverside
David Figueroa, DCR Design
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18-06506
Regional Strategic Planning Model and Development of a Multimodal Travel Demand Module
Liming Wang, Transportation Research and Education Consortium
Brian Gregor, Oregon Systems Analytics LLC
Huajie Yang
Tara Weidner, Oregon Department of Transportation
Anthony Knudson, Oregon Department of Transportation
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18-06529
Optimizing the Evaluation of the Life-Cycle Impacts of Intersection Control Type Selection
Joy Davis, Institute for Transportation Research and Education
P18-20353
Using Linked Nonhome-Based Trips in Virginia
Hadi Sadrsadat
P18-20354
Nobody Knows Who We Are: Celebrating 50 Years
Jacob Gonzalez, Benton Franklin Council of Governments
P18-20355
Edmonton Valley Line LRT Traffic Modeling
Michael Mahut, INRO Consultants, Inc.
P18-20482
Modeling Ridesharing Within State-of-the-Art Travel Demand Models
Klaus Noekel, PTV Group
P18-20492