• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 97th Annual Meeting

      January 7–11, 2018

    • Interactive Program

2018

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Poster Session 864

Transportation Network Modeling

Wednesday 2:30 PM- 4:00 PM
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Poster | Practice Ready Paper
Elise Miller-Hooks, George Mason University, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Transportation Network Modeling (ADB30)

This poster session features the speakers of the three committee lectern sessions with additional posters focused on transportation network modeling theory and practice. 



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Title Presentation Number
Large-Scale Minimum Cost Flow Algorithm: An Agglomerative Clustering-Based Approach
Yuan Zhou, University of Memphis
Stephanie Ivey, University of Memphis
Hanwen Yu, University of Houston
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18-00453
A Level-Change Stackelberg Games Model for the Combined Traffic Assignment–Signal Control Equilibrium on Networks
Hang Yang, Tongji University
Zhongyu Wang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Yajie Zou, Tongji University
Bing Wu, Tongji University
Xuesong Wang, Tongji University
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18-01632
User Equilibrium Versus System Optimum: An Analysis Based on Demand-Level Breakpoints
Mostafa Ameli, IFSTTAR
Jean-Patrick Lebacque, IFSTTAR
Ludovic Leclercq, IFSTTAR
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18-01806
A Scheduling Utility Budget–Based User Equilibrium Model Under Travel Time Uncertainty
Dong Wang, Beijing Jiaotong University
Feixiong Liao
Ziyou Gao, Beijing Jiaotong University
Harry Timmermans, Eindhoven University of Technology
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18-02390
Modeling Street Connectivity: Case Studies from Three Cities in Utah
Milan Zlatkovic, University of Wyoming
Tim Sullivan, Parametrix
Julie Bjornstad, Fehr & Peers
Seyed Kiavash Fayyaz Shahandashti, University of Utah
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18-03120
An Integration of Population Synthesis Methods for Agent-Based Microsimulation
Nicholas Fournier, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Eleni Christofa, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Carlos Lima Azevedo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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18-03141
Modified Bilevel Optimization Framework for Dynamic OD Demand Estimation in the Congested Networks
Tamara Djukic, Aimsun
David Masip, Aimsun
Martijn Breen, Aimsun
Josep Perarnau, Aimsun
Jordi Casas, Aimsun
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18-03283
An Approximate Least Square Monte Carlo Algortihm for Solving the Multiperiod Continous Network Design Problem
Ke Wang, University of California, Irvine
Jean-Daniel Saphores, University of California, Irvine
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18-03777
A Generalized Single-Level Formulation for Origin–Destination Estimation Under Stochastic User Equilibrium
Wei Ma, Carnegie Mellon University
Zhen Qian, Carnegie Mellon University
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18-04243
A New Generalized Variational Inequality Formulation for Stochastic Combined Modal Split and Traffic Assignment Problems
Haiyang Liu, Harbin Institute of Technology
Chi Xie, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
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18-04805
A Probabilistic Trip Chaining Algorithm for Transit Origin–Destination Matrix Estimation Using Automated Data
Pramesh Kumar, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Alireza Khani, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Qing He, University at Buffalo
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18-05342
Dynamic Bus Insertion for Bunching Intervention
Antoine Petit, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
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18-05910**
Continuum Approximation Approach to Reliable Sensor Deployment for Trilateration
Siyang Xie, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Zhoutong Jiang, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
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18-06013
Reliable Biomass Supply Chain Design Under Feedstock Seasonality and Probabilistic Facility Disruptions
Shukun Wang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Zhixue Liu, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
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18-06057
Dynamic Traffic Assignment Using the Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram: A Review
Rafegh Aghamohammadi, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Jorge Laval, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
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18-06275
Study of a Dynamic Cooperative Trading Queue Routing Control Scheme for Freeways and Facilities with Parallel Queues
Roger Lloret-Batlle, University of California, Irvine
R. Jayakrishnan, University of California, Irvine
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18-06538
Decomposition of Stochastic Time-Varying Networks for the Path-Finding Problem Considering Travel Time Correlations and Heterogeneity of Users
Fatemeh Fakhrmoosavi, Michigan State University
Ali Zockaie, Michigan State University
Khaled Abdelghany, Southern Methodist University
Hossein Hashemi, Tiger Analytics
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18-06556
Planning Facility Location in a Continuous Space Under Congestion and Disruption Risks
Zhaodong Wang, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Siyang Xie, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
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18-06692
Link Transmission Model (LTM)-Based Linear Programming Formulation for System Optimum Dynamic Traffic Assignment
Shantanu Chakraborty, University of New South Wales
David Rey, University of New South Wales
Emily Moylan, University of New South Wales
S. Travis Waller, University of New South Wales
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18-06694
Public Transport Transfers Assessment via Transferable Utility Games and Shapley Value Approximation (18-00929)
Yuval Hadas, Bar Ilan University
Giorgio Gnecco, IMT Alti Studi Lucca
Marcello Sanguineti, University of Genova
P18-21231
Balanced Scheduling of School Bus Trips Using a Perfect Matching Heuristic (18-01108)
Ali Shafahi, University of Maryland, College Park
Sanaz Aliari, University of Maryland, College Park
Ali Haghani, University of Maryland, College Park
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P18-21232
Optimal Sitting and Sizing of the Remote Park-and-Ride Scheme in the Multimodal Transport Network (18-01947)
Zhiyuan Liu, Southeast University
Inhi Kim, Monash University
Xinyuan Chen, Monash University
P18-21233
An Iterative School Decomposition Algorithm for Solving the Multi–School Bus Routing and Scheduling Problem (18-02974)
Zhongxiang Wang, University of Maryland, College Park
Ali Shafahi, University of Maryland, College Park
Ali Haghani, University of Maryland, College Park
P18-21234
Identification of Communities in Urban Mobility Networks Using Multilayer Graphs of Network Traffic (18-03730)
Mehmet Yildirimoglu, University of Queensland
Jiwon Kim, University of Queensland
P18-21235
Multicycle Optimal Taxi Routing with E-Hailing (18-04575)
Xinlian Yu, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Song Gao, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Xianbiao (XB) Hu, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Hyoshin Park, North Carolina A&T State University
P18-21236
Ridesharing with Autonomous Vehicles Considering Activity Duration Uncertainty (18-04656)
Yan Zhao, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Xiaolei Guo, University of Windsor
Henry Liu, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
P18-21237
A Restricted Path-Based Ridesharing User Equilibrium (18-05567)
Meng Li, Beihang University
Xuan Di, Columbia University
Henry Liu, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Hai-Jun Huang, Beihang University
P18-21238
Scenario-Based Multistage Stochastic Model for Infrastructure Planning for One-Way Electric Car Sharing (18-05878)
Yikang Hua, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Dongfang Zhao, University of South Florida
Xin Wang, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Xiaopeng (Shaw) Li, University of South Florida
P18-21239
Dynamic Autonomous Vehicle Fleet Operations: Optimization-Based Strategies to Assign AVs to Immediate Traveler Demand Requests (18-06431)
Michael Hyland, Northwestern University
Hani Mahmassani, Northwestern University
P18-21240
Characterization of Taxi Fleet Operational Networks and Vehicle Efficiency: A Chicago Case Study (18-06576)
Ying Chen, Northwestern University
Michael Hyland, Northwestern University
Michael Wilbur, Northwestern University
Hani Mahmassani, Northwestern University
P18-21241
Integrated Mode Choice and Dynamic Traveler Assignment Simulation Framework to Assess the Impact of a Suburban First-Mile Shared Autonomous Vehicle Fleet Service on Transit Demand (18-06707)
Helen Karla Ramalho de Farias Pinto, Northwestern University
Michael Hyland, Northwestern University
Omer Verbas, Argonne National Laboratory
Hani Mahmassani, Northwestern University
P18-21242
Continuum Approximation for Demand Balancing in Solving Large-Scale One-Commodity Pickup and Delivery Problems (18-05920)
Chao Lei, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
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P18-21243
Information Flow Propagation Wave Model Based on an Information Relay Control Strategy Under Congested V2V Communications (18-00695)
Jian Wang, Purdue University
Yong Hoon Kim, University of Windsor
Xiaozheng He, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)
Srinivas Peeta, Purdue University
P18-21244
Applying Internet Protocol Random Early Detection Strategies to Real-Time Traffic Management in Transportation Networks (18-02143)
Hanna Grzybowska, University of New South Wales
P18-21245
A Greedy Path-Based Algorithm for Traffic Assignment (18-03128)
Jun Xie, Southwest Jiaotong University
Yu Nie, Northwestern University
Xiaobo Liu, Southwest Jiaotong University
P18-21246
Optimal Information Provision at Bottleneck Equilibrium with Risk-Averse Travelers (18-04280)
Peng Liu, National University of Singapore
Yang Liu, National University of Singapore
P18-21248
A Subgradient Approach to Solve for Path-Based System Optimal Dynamic Traffic Assignment (18-04412)
Pinchao Zhang, Carnegie Mellon University
Zhen Qian, Carnegie Mellon University
P18-21249
Path-Constrained Traffic Assignment: Continuously Distributed Bounds on Travel Weights (18-04790)
Chi Xie, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Xing Wu, Lamar University
Stephen Boyles, University of Texas, Austin
P18-21250
Improving Scalability of Generic Online Calibration for Real-Time Dynamic Traffic Assignment Systems (18-04982)
Arun Akkinepally, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Ravi Seshadri, Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology
Constantinos Antoniou, Technical University of Munich
Francisco Pereira, Technical University of Denmark
Moshe Ben-Akiva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
P18-21251
Multimodal Transportation Network Modeling Based on the GSOM Approach (18-05152)
Jean-Patrick Lebacque, IFSTTAR
Megan Khoshyaran, ETC Economics Traffic Clinic
P18-21252
An Algorithm for Robust Shortest-Path Problem with Travel Time Correlations (18-05972)
Yufeng Zhang, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Alireza Khani, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
P18-21253
Network Partitioning Algorithms for Solving the Traffic Assignment Problem Using a Decomposition Approach (18-06570)
Cesar Yahia, University of Texas, Austin
Venktesh Pandey, University of Texas, Austin
Stephen Boyles, University of Texas, Austin
P18-21254
Reliability-Based User Equilibrium Formulation in Dynamic Stochastic Networks with Correlated Travel Times and Heterogeneous User Preferences (18-06741)
Ali Zockaie, Michigan State University
Hani Mahmassani, Northwestern University
Yu Nie, Northwestern University
Fatemeh Fakhrmoosavi, Michigan State University
P18-21255
Cooperative Scheme: An Alternative Approach to an Equitable and Pareto Improving Transportation System (18-00304)
Sayeeda Ayaz, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Song Gao, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Hyoshin Park, North Carolina A&T State University
P18-21256
Optimal Locations of U.S. Fast-Charging Stations for Long-Distance Trips by Battery Electric Vehicles (18-00710)
YaWei He
Kara Kockelman, University of Texas, Austin
Kenneth Perrine, University of Texas, Austin
P18-21257
Optimization of Dedicated Bus Lane Infrastructure on Networks Accounting for Queue Spillbacks (18-01410)
Murat Bayrak, Pennsylvania State University
S. Ilgin Guler, Pennsylvania State University
P18-21258
Relative Circuity of Walkable and Drivable Urban Street Networks (18-02866)
Geoff Boeing, University of California, Berkeley
P18-21259
Charging Station Allocation for Electric Vehicle Network Using Stochastic Modeling and Grey Wolf Optimization (18-03016)
Rawan Shabbar, Binghamton University
Anemone Kasasbeh, State University of New York (SUNY)
Mohamed Ahmed, University of Wyoming
P18-21260
Compressed Work Schedule in Travel Demand Management and Its Daily Commute Pattern (18-03353)
David Wang, Nanyang Technological University
Qida Su, Nanyang Technological University
P18-21261
Impact of Extreme Events on Transportation Infrastructure in Iowa: A Bayesian Network Approach (18-03968)
Abhijit Kulkarni, Iowa State University
Behrouz Shafei, Iowa State University
P18-21262
A Spectral Risk Measure in Hazardous Materials Transportation (18-04850)
Liu Su, University of South Florida
Longsheng Sun, University at Buffalo
Mark Karwan, University at Buffalo
Changhyun Kwon, University of South Florida
P18-21263
Simulation of Emergency Vehicle Operations (18-05404)
Cristian Cortes, Universidad de Chile
Bruno Stefoni, Universidad de Chile
P18-21264
Modeling and Solving the Multitrip Multiobjective Pollution Routing Problem in Urban Road Networks (18-05406)
Ramin Raeesi, Lancaster University
Konstantinos Zografos, University of Lancaster
P18-21265
Global Optimal Solution of the Continuous Network Design Problem Under Stochastic User Equilibrium (18-03897)
Ka Fai Ng, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Hong Lo, University of Hong Kong
P18-21247
An Algorithm to Compute Urban Road Network Resilience (18-06526)
B. K. Bhavathrathan, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
Gopal Patil, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
P18-21266