TRB Sessions

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Applying the Safe System Approach to Overcome Challenges

Sunday, January 8
1:30–4:30pm

Convention Center, Ballroom C

Presenting

Cory Hopwood, Doug Cobb (Burgess and Niple), and Mark Doctor (FHWA): Background and Overview: Safe System Solutions in Highway Safety Improvement Projects

Add to Calendar 01/08/2023 01:30 PM 01/08/2023 04:30 PM America/New_York Applying the Safe System Approach to Overcome Challenges Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: The Safe System Approach (SSA) is a priority in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the National Roadway Safety Strategy. Agencies are grappling with defining policies and procedures to integrate SSA into practice. This session will examine real-world case studies, discuss challenges and opportunities, and identify the research needs for incorporating and measuring SSA for all users. Convention Center, Ballroom C
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Applying the Safe System Approach to Overcome Challenges

The Safe System Approach (SSA) is a priority in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the National Roadway Safety Strategy. Agencies are grappling with defining policies and procedures to integrate SSA into practice. This session will examine real-world case studies, discuss challenges and opportunities, and identify the research needs for incorporating and measuring SSA for all users.

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From Disruption to Opportunity: Helping Agencies Sustain Adaptations to Change

Sunday, January 8
1:30–4:30pm

Convention Center, 152A

Add to Calendar 01/08/2023 01:30 PM 01/08/2023 04:30 PM America/New_York From Disruption to Opportunity: Helping Agencies Sustain Adaptations to Change Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: The past few years have been a time of disruption and innovation. Agencies are now examining new or adapted practices on topics from workforce management to customer service to technology to determine which should be sustained for the long term. Join an interactive discussion to share lessons learned and effective practices and to identify approaches for turning disruption into opportunity. Convention Center, 152A
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From Disruption to Opportunity: Helping Agencies Sustain Adaptations to Change

The past few years have been a time of disruption and innovation. Agencies are now examining new or adapted practices on topics from workforce management to customer service to technology to determine which should be sustained for the long term. Join an interactive discussion to share lessons learned and effective practices and to identify approaches for turning disruption into opportunity.

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The Future of Supply Chains: What Do Its Pressures Mean for Transportation Users and Providers?

Sunday, January 8
9:00am–12:00pm

Convention Center, 152A

Presiding

Susan J. Binder, and Sharon Greene (InfraStategies)

Add to Calendar 01/08/2023 09:00 AM 01/08/2023 12:00 PM America/New_York The Future of Supply Chains: What Do Its Pressures Mean for Transportation Users and Providers? Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: Consumers and producers are experiencing serious inflation, employment shortages, and supply chain pressures, resulting in transportation market and operational failures. This workshop will help transportation practitioners and policy makers better understand their nature, scale, causes, and implications from the perspective of economics and finance. Convention Center, 152A
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The Future of Supply Chains: What Do Its Pressures Mean for Transportation Users and Providers?

Consumers and producers are experiencing serious inflation, employment shortages, and supply chain pressures, resulting in transportation market and operational failures. This workshop will help transportation practitioners and policy makers better understand their nature, scale, causes, and implications from the perspective of economics and finance.

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Transit Data Challenge: Innovative Analytical Tools to Improve Public Transit

Sunday, January 8
1:30–4:30pm

Convention Center, 145A

Presenting

Xuenan Ni, Jayne Chang, and Moby Khan: Using Data Science for Intelligent Bus Operation Reporting

Add to Calendar 01/08/2023 01:30 PM 01/08/2023 04:30 PM America/New_York Transit Data Challenge: Innovative Analytical Tools to Improve Public Transit Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: The Transit Data Challenge is an opportunity for industry analysts to demonstrate an innovative tool, method, or product that uses data to improve decision making and get results for public transit. We'll present on a bus data analysis tool we developed for WMATA. The finalists will give a brief presentation on their submission. At the end of the workshop, a winner will be announced! Convention Center, 145A
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Transit Data Challenge: Innovative Analytical Tools to Improve Public Transit

The Transit Data Challenge is an opportunity for industry analysts to demonstrate an innovative tool, method, or product that uses data to improve decision making and get results for public transit. We'll present on a bus data analysis tool we developed for WMATA. The finalists will give a brief presentation on their submission. At the end of the workshop, a winner will be announced!

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Managed Lanes’ Role in Realizing the Next-Gen Integrated Transportation System

Sunday, January 8
3:30–4:30pm

Convention Center, Salon C

Moderating

Nikhil Puri: Session 3: Safety and Equity

Add to Calendar 01/08/2023 03:30 PM 01/08/2023 04:30 PM America/New_York Managed Lanes’ Role in Realizing the Next-Gen Integrated Transportation System Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: The intent of this workshop is to demonstrate the need for the next-gen integrated transportation system, how operational and in-development ML networks can test policies and innovations of other systems and serve as more than just mobility solutions, and how the ML system can be positioned to be the test bed and flagbearer of such an integrated system by consolidating components of various other systems. Convention Center, Salon C
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Managed Lanes’ Role in Realizing the Next-Gen Integrated Transportation System

The intent of this workshop is to demonstrate the need for the next-gen integrated transportation system, how operational and in-development ML networks can test policies and innovations of other systems and serve as more than just mobility solutions, and how the ML system can be positioned to be the test bed and flagbearer of such an integrated system by consolidating components of various other systems.

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Current Issues in Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation

Monday, January 9
3:45–5:30pm

Convention Center, Hall A

Presenting

Chris Porter, Shoshana Lew (CDOT: Colorado Department of Transportation), Herman Stockinger (CDOT), Rebecca White (CDOT), Theresa Takushi (CDOT), Erik Sabina (CDOT), and Stephen Harelson (CDOT)

Add to Calendar 01/09/2023 03:45 PM 01/09/2023 05:30 PM America/New_York Current Issues in Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: For many years, the question of how to measure the pollution impacts of infrastructure choices in the built environment has perplexed policymakers. Colorado’s recently implemented Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Planning standards offer a case study for how to implement pollution reduction targets for transportation planning. Convention Center, Hall A
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Current Issues in Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation

For many years, the question of how to measure the pollution impacts of infrastructure choices in the built environment has perplexed policymakers. Colorado’s recently implemented Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Planning standards offer a case study for how to implement pollution reduction targets for transportation planning.

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Future Innovation of Bus Transit Systems Operation and Planning

Monday, January 9
10:15am–12:00pm

Convention Center, 147B

Presenting

David Baumgartner, Dalia Leven, Vir Chachra (ARUP), Matthew Ciborowski (ARUP), Zoe Temco (Arup USA), Amy Liu Pathak (Arup USA), Alissa Zimmer (MassDOT), and Doug Johnson (MassDOT, author): Leveraging Location-Based Services Data to Optimize Generation of High-Demand and Equitable Bus Network Options

Add to Calendar 01/09/2023 10:15 AM 01/09/2023 12:00 PM America/New_York Future Innovation of Bus Transit Systems Operation and Planning Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: For the MBTA’s Bus Network Redesign, we developed a data-driven approach to designing the high-frequency core of the network. Centering equity, the process algorithmically generated 100,000 possible high frequency bus networks and scored them based on how efficiently they served demand and demand by low-income and minority populations. The results were used in creating MBTA’s newly approved network. Convention Center, 147B
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Future Innovation of Bus Transit Systems Operation and Planning

For the MBTA’s Bus Network Redesign, we developed a data-driven approach to designing the high-frequency core of the network. Centering equity, the process algorithmically generated 100,000 possible high frequency bus networks and scored them based on how efficiently they served demand and demand by low-income and minority populations. The results were used in creating MBTA’s newly approved network.

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Innovative Ideas in Performance Management

Monday, January 9
8:00–9:45am

Convention Center, Hall A

Presiding

Praveen Pasumarthy

Add to Calendar 01/09/2023 08:00 AM 01/09/2023 09:45 AM America/New_York Innovative Ideas in Performance Management Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: What’s new in performance management? Attend this session to learn more about pricing congestion and the state of practice of performance measurement for ITS. Convention Center, Hall A
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Innovative Ideas in Performance Management

What’s new in performance management? Attend this session to learn more about pricing congestion and the state of practice of performance measurement for ITS.

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It’s Electric!: Zero Emissions Trucks

Monday, January 9
10:15am–12:00pm

Convention Center, 145A

Presiding

Dan Haake

Add to Calendar 01/09/2023 10:15 AM 01/09/2023 12:00 PM America/New_York It’s Electric!: Zero Emissions Trucks Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: How do you prepare for the inevitable shift toward electrification of the medium- and heavy-duty trucking sectors? Attend this session to learn how 1) electric trucks could be integrated into highway truck platoons 2) electric trucks could help reduce the environmental impacts associated with trips between container terminals and 3) truck routing can impact charging opportunities. Convention Center, 145A
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It’s Electric!: Zero Emissions Trucks

How do you prepare for the inevitable shift toward electrification of the medium- and heavy-duty trucking sectors? Attend this session to learn how 1) electric trucks could be integrated into highway truck platoons 2) electric trucks could help reduce the environmental impacts associated with trips between container terminals and 3) truck routing can impact charging opportunities.

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Mega Poster Session on Transportation Network Modeling

Monday, January 9
1:30–3:15pm

Convention Center, Hall A

Presenting

Feng Liu, Mohammad Abbasi (Arizona State University), and Xuesong Zhou (Arizona State University): Integrated analytical and simulation based DTA to address scalability in regional planning applications

Add to Calendar 01/09/2023 01:30 PM 01/09/2023 03:15 PM America/New_York Mega Poster Session on Transportation Network Modeling Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: This session covers a theoretically sound integrated analytical and simulation-based Dynamic Traffic Assignment (DTA) model to solve dynamic user equilibrium via a gap function, as a nonlinear minimization problem. This integration is especially valuable for large-scale DTA applications (as shown in northern Virginia) since the model is computationally efficient and DTA solution is analytically tractable. Convention Center, Hall A
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Mega Poster Session on Transportation Network Modeling

This session covers a theoretically sound integrated analytical and simulation-based Dynamic Traffic Assignment (DTA) model to solve dynamic user equilibrium via a gap function, as a nonlinear minimization problem. This integration is especially valuable for large-scale DTA applications (as shown in northern Virginia) since the model is computationally efficient and DTA solution is analytically tractable.

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Passenger Rail Transportation Committee

Monday, January 9
10:15am–12:00pm

Marriot Marquis, Independence Salon FG (M4)

Presiding

Rachel Copperman

Add to Calendar 01/09/2023 10:15 AM 01/09/2023 12:00 PM America/New_York Passenger Rail Transportation Committee Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: This committee is concerned with research that will lead to better planning and implementation of intercity rail passenger systems, with particular emphasis on the full range of high-speed systems including new technology. Marriot Marquis, Independence Salon FG (M4)
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Passenger Rail Transportation Committee

This committee is concerned with research that will lead to better planning and implementation of intercity rail passenger systems, with particular emphasis on the full range of high-speed systems including new technology.

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Truck Parking: Emerging Methods and Practices

Monday, January 9
1:30–3:15pm

Convention Center, 144AB

Presenting

Dan Andersen, Brent Selby, Vivek Yadav, and Kaveh Shabani: Deriving Truck Parking Generation Rates at Freight Facilities Using Big Data: A Case Study in San Diego County

Add to Calendar 01/09/2023 01:30 PM 01/09/2023 03:15 PM America/New_York Truck Parking: Emerging Methods and Practices Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: Truck parking is an issue of concern for local and state agencies as well as shippers, receivers, and freight carriers. Despite growing interest, there is limited understanding of the number of parking stops generated by freight facilities. In partnership with CalSTA and Caltrans, we’re presenting a method for estimating the parking stops generated by trips to freight facilities using big data. Convention Center, 144AB
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Truck Parking: Emerging Methods and Practices

Truck parking is an issue of concern for local and state agencies as well as shippers, receivers, and freight carriers. Despite growing interest, there is limited understanding of the number of parking stops generated by freight facilities. In partnership with CalSTA and Caltrans, we’re presenting a method for estimating the parking stops generated by trips to freight facilities using big data.

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Trucking Industry Research Committee

Monday, January 9
3:45–5:30pm

Marriot Marquis, Independence Salon FG (M4)

Presiding

Dan Haake

Add to Calendar 01/09/2023 03:45 PM 01/09/2023 05:30 PM America/New_York Trucking Industry Research Committee Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022 Marriot Marquis, Independence Salon FG (M4)
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Current Research in Shipping, Port Hinterland Corridor, and Synchromodality

Monday, January 9
8:00–9:45am

Convention Center, 147B

Add to Calendar 01/09/2023 08:00 AM 01/09/2023 09:45 AM America/New_York Current Research in Shipping, Port Hinterland Corridor, and Synchromodality Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: Hear about the latest research in international trade and freight transportation, with presentations on synchromodal freight transportation that has been thoroughly explored in Europe but it is still in its infancy in North America, recovery strategies that shipping lines can implement to mitigate the effects caused by disruptions at ports or at sea, and the port-hinterland corridor management initiatives. Convention Center, 147B
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Current Research in Shipping, Port Hinterland Corridor, and Synchromodality

Hear about the latest research in international trade and freight transportation, with presentations on synchromodal freight transportation that has been thoroughly explored in Europe but it is still in its infancy in North America, recovery strategies that shipping lines can implement to mitigate the effects caused by disruptions at ports or at sea, and the port-hinterland corridor management initiatives.

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Applications and Innovations in Urban Travel Data

Tuesday, January 10
3:45–5:30pm

Convention Center, Hall A

Add to Calendar 01/10/2023 03:45 PM 01/10/2023 05:30 PM America/New_York Applications and Innovations in Urban Travel Data Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: The variety of data sources available to capture urban travel characteristics is increasing, and innovative methods are being developed to utilize this data. This session presents papers that use urban travel data to examine a broad range of topics including connected vehicle data management, equity, micromobility, transit, vehicle trajectory, and mapping data. Convention Center, Hall A
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Applications and Innovations in Urban Travel Data

The variety of data sources available to capture urban travel characteristics is increasing, and innovative methods are being developed to utilize this data. This session presents papers that use urban travel data to examine a broad range of topics including connected vehicle data management, equity, micromobility, transit, vehicle trajectory, and mapping data.

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Applied Planning from Soup to Nuts: Rail, Climate, Visioning, and More!

Tuesday, January 10
8:00–9:45am

Convention Center, Hall A

Presenting

Michelle Bina, Anna Geannopoulos, Laura Richards, and Vivek Yadav: The Future Is Uncertain, Exploratory Modeling Can Help

Add to Calendar 01/10/2023 08:00 AM 01/10/2023 09:45 AM America/New_York Applied Planning from Soup to Nuts: Rail, Climate, Visioning, and More! Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: During a time of massive uncertainty, Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) is developing a long-range strategic plan - Denver Moves Everyone (DME). The plan uses FHWA’s Travel Model Improvement Program Exploratory Modeling Analysis Tool (TMIP-EMAT) to plan for a range of plausible alternative futures, potential change drivers, and disruptors. Convention Center, Hall A
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Applied Planning from Soup to Nuts: Rail, Climate, Visioning, and More!

During a time of massive uncertainty, Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) is developing a long-range strategic plan - Denver Moves Everyone (DME). The plan uses FHWA’s Travel Model Improvement Program Exploratory Modeling Analysis Tool (TMIP-EMAT) to plan for a range of plausible alternative futures, potential change drivers, and disruptors.

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Census Data Fusion: Using Data to Understand Equity and Travel Behavior Disruptions

Tuesday, January 10
3:45–5:30pm

Convention Center, Hall A

Presenting

Rebecca Wingate, and Dan Forbush: Using American Community Survey Data to Examine Equity in Grade Crossing Safety in Illinois

Add to Calendar 01/10/2023 03:45 PM 01/10/2023 05:30 PM America/New_York Census Data Fusion: Using Data to Understand Equity and Travel Behavior Disruptions Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: This study examines patterns of grade crossing safety among low-income population areas and patterns between urban and rural areas. The intent will be to encourage further discussion and research, including equitable education, enforcement, and engineering strategies to address grade crossing safety in urban and rural areas and with context-sensitive and responsive solutions. Convention Center, Hall A
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Census Data Fusion: Using Data to Understand Equity and Travel Behavior Disruptions

This study examines patterns of grade crossing safety among low-income population areas and patterns between urban and rural areas. The intent will be to encourage further discussion and research, including equitable education, enforcement, and engineering strategies to address grade crossing safety in urban and rural areas and with context-sensitive and responsive solutions.

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Innovative Freight Data Research and Applications

Tuesday, January 10
3:45–5:30pm

Convention Center, Hall A

Presenting

Kaveh Shabani: Truck Classification Schemes Conversions: An Application for SCAG Heavy-Duty Truck Model

Add to Calendar 01/10/2023 03:45 PM 01/10/2023 05:30 PM America/New_York Innovative Freight Data Research and Applications Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: For most agencies, regional travel demand models are the primary tool used for forecasting truck travel. These models are calibrated/validated to exogenous data sources, such as classification counts. However, various data sources often use different vehicle classifications/definitions. This study develops cross-classifications that can be utilized to convert between different truck classification schemes. Convention Center, Hall A
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Innovative Freight Data Research and Applications

For most agencies, regional travel demand models are the primary tool used for forecasting truck travel. These models are calibrated/validated to exogenous data sources, such as classification counts. However, various data sources often use different vehicle classifications/definitions. This study develops cross-classifications that can be utilized to convert between different truck classification schemes.

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Moving Safety Research into Practice

Tuesday, January 10
8:00–9:45am

Convention Center, 151A

Contributing Author

Daniel Patterson: Developing an Open-Source Web Tool to Prioritize Safer Streets

Add to Calendar 01/10/2023 08:00 AM 01/10/2023 09:45 AM America/New_York Moving Safety Research into Practice Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: Vulnerable road user traffic deaths in the U.S. have increased in number and proportion but evaluating and predicting vulnerable road user crash risk is a complex process. This study aims to make safety analysis easier and more accessible by developing a modeling framework, converting model outputs into cost equivalents, and building this functionality into an online tool and dashboard.​ Convention Center, 151A
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Moving Safety Research into Practice

Vulnerable road user traffic deaths in the U.S. have increased in number and proportion but evaluating and predicting vulnerable road user crash risk is a complex process. This study aims to make safety analysis easier and more accessible by developing a modeling framework, converting model outputs into cost equivalents, and building this functionality into an online tool and dashboard.​

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Multimodal Traffic Signal Control

Tuesday, January 10
1:30–3:15pm

Convention Center, Hall A

Presenting

Ray Saeidi-Razavi, and Peter Furth (Northeastern University): Head Start in Time or in Space?: Determining Needed Leading Pedestrian Interval Length as a Function of Intersection Layout

Add to Calendar 01/10/2023 01:30 PM 01/10/2023 03:15 PM America/New_York Multimodal Traffic Signal Control Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: Leading pedestrian intervals (LPI) are a means of reinforcing pedestrian priority over turning vehicles at signalized intersections, but they incur intersection capacity reduction and increased delay for all users. A model has been developed that suggests intersection layout should be accounted for when deciding on the length of an LPI to reduce its negative impacts. Convention Center, Hall A
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Multimodal Traffic Signal Control

Leading pedestrian intervals (LPI) are a means of reinforcing pedestrian priority over turning vehicles at signalized intersections, but they incur intersection capacity reduction and increased delay for all users. A model has been developed that suggests intersection layout should be accounted for when deciding on the length of an LPI to reduce its negative impacts.

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The 5 Ws of Data Fusion for Travel Behavior Data

Tuesday, January 10
8:00–9:45am

Convention Center, 150A

Presiding

Krishnan Viswanathan

Anurag Komanduri (Presenting): Data Fusion in LOCUS

Add to Calendar 01/10/2023 08:00 AM 01/10/2023 09:45 AM America/New_York The 5 Ws of Data Fusion for Travel Behavior Data Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: Many agencies are investigating data fusion as a possible technique to leverage existing data with large passive data to better support planning and decision making. Learn how our location-based services data suite of products, LOCUS, can help you leverage this technique. Convention Center, 150A
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The 5 Ws of Data Fusion for Travel Behavior Data

Many agencies are investigating data fusion as a possible technique to leverage existing data with large passive data to better support planning and decision making. Learn how our location-based services data suite of products, LOCUS, can help you leverage this technique.

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The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act: Impacts and Opportunities

Tuesday, January 10
10:15am–12:00pm

Convention Center, 202B

Presenting

Susan J. Binder, Fred Wagner (Venable, LLP), Joshua Root (Minnesota Department of Transportation), and Craig Gustafson (Minnesota Department of Transportation)

Add to Calendar 01/10/2023 10:15 AM 01/10/2023 12:00 PM America/New_York The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act: Impacts and Opportunities Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), commonly referred to as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), and the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) present a once in a generation opportunity to invest in our transportation infrastructure. This session will address implementation of the new laws and how various policy initiatives will impact their implementation. Convention Center, 202B
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The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act: Impacts and Opportunities

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), commonly referred to as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), and the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) present a once in a generation opportunity to invest in our transportation infrastructure. This session will address implementation of the new laws and how various policy initiatives will impact their implementation.

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Tools Of The Trade Conference: Best Presentations

Tuesday, January 10
8:00–9:45am

Convention Center, 151B

Presenting

Dan Andersen: Impacts of Truck Traffic and Parking on Small Rural Communities in California's Eastern Sierra

Add to Calendar 01/10/2023 08:00 AM 01/10/2023 09:45 AM America/New_York Tools Of The Trade Conference: Best Presentations Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: Learn about a data-driven approach to identify current and future obstacles to the efficient and safe movement of freight or adversely impacting the quality of life in a rural, scenic corridor. Recommendations include innovative and cost-effective approaches to address the lack of truck parking, the need to mitigate the perceived negative impacts of trucks traveling on main streets, and more. Convention Center, 151B
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Tools Of The Trade Conference: Best Presentations

Learn about a data-driven approach to identify current and future obstacles to the efficient and safe movement of freight or adversely impacting the quality of life in a rural, scenic corridor. Recommendations include innovative and cost-effective approaches to address the lack of truck parking, the need to mitigate the perceived negative impacts of trucks traveling on main streets, and more.

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TRB Minority Student Fellows Poster Session

Tuesday, January 10
10:15am–12:00pm

Convention Center, Hall A

CS Scholarship Recipients Presenting

Leonor Reyes: Investigating Factors That Influence the Spatio-Temporal Gaps Between Primary Incidents and Secondary Crashes

Ossiris Rodriguez: Longitudinal Spatial Trends in U.S. Pedestrian Fatalities, 1999–2020

Add to Calendar 01/10/2023 10:15 AM 01/10/2023 12:00 PM America/New_York TRB Minority Student Fellows Poster Session Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022 Convention Center, Hall A
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Bicycling and Micromobility Research Omnibus Session

Wednesday, January 11
8:00–9:45am

Convention Center, Hall A

Presenting

Ray Saeidi-Razavi, Peter Furth (First Author), Armin Akhavan, PhD, and Paul Moser: Bicycle Level of Traffic Stress for Intersection Crossings: Criteria, Data Structures, and Assessing the Barrier Effect of Intersections in Delaware

Add to Calendar 01/11/2023 08:00 AM 01/11/2023 09:45 AM America/New_York Bicycling and Micromobility Research Omnibus Session Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: This research explores the hypothesis that intersections can be significant barriers to low-stress bicycle network connectivity. Refined criteria for crossing Level of Traffic Stress (xLTS) for unsignalized intersections are developed, which account for number of lanes being crossed, traffic volume, traffic speed, and the presence of crossing islands and rectangular rapid flash beacons (RRFBs). Convention Center, Hall A
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Bicycling and Micromobility Research Omnibus Session

This research explores the hypothesis that intersections can be significant barriers to low-stress bicycle network connectivity. Refined criteria for crossing Level of Traffic Stress (xLTS) for unsignalized intersections are developed, which account for number of lanes being crossed, traffic volume, traffic speed, and the presence of crossing islands and rectangular rapid flash beacons (RRFBs).

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Latest in Trucking Research

Wednesday, January 11
8:00–9:45am

Convention Center, Hall A

Presiding

Dan Haake

Add to Calendar 01/11/2023 08:00 AM 01/11/2023 09:45 AM America/New_York Latest in Trucking Research Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: Stay current on the latest in trucking research. During this poster session, you’ll hear about various topics like CAVs, connected truck platooning, trucking carrier value of time in route choice behavior, truck parking, truck–drone freight delivery, and much more. Convention Center, Hall A
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Latest in Trucking Research

Stay current on the latest in trucking research. During this poster session, you’ll hear about various topics like CAVs, connected truck platooning, trucking carrier value of time in route choice behavior, truck parking, truck–drone freight delivery, and much more.

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Policy Insights from Travel Forecasting

Wednesday, January 11
8:00–9:45am

Convention Center, 152B

Presiding

Rachel Copperman

Add to Calendar 01/11/2023 08:00 AM 01/11/2023 09:45 AM America/New_York Policy Insights from Travel Forecasting Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: What are the policy insights that we can learn from travel forecasting models? These research presentations will cover a variety of topics, including data fusion, COVID-19, ride sourcing, CAVs, ride hailing, rank-based modal preferences and more. Convention Center, 152B
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Policy Insights from Travel Forecasting

What are the policy insights that we can learn from travel forecasting models? These research presentations will cover a variety of topics, including data fusion, COVID-19, ride sourcing, CAVs, ride hailing, rank-based modal preferences and more.

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Moving Toward a New Normal: Behavioral Transitions and Their Impacts on Travel in the Post-Pandemic Era

Thursday, January 12
9:00am–12:00pm

Convention Center, 145B

Presenting

Jason Lemp, and Nikhil Puri: Post-Pandemic Travel Pattern Trends Using Location-Based Data: Case Study of Los Angeles and Colorado

Add to Calendar 01/12/2023 09:00 AM 01/12/2023 12:00 PM America/New_York Moving Toward a New Normal: Behavioral Transitions and Their Impacts on Travel in the Post-Pandemic Era Cambridge Systematics at TRB 2022: This interactive workshop aims to discuss how individuals' activity patterns and hybrid work schedules will change in the post-pandemic era. Learn how we used location-based data to find trends in post-pandemic travel patterns in LA and Colorado. Convention Center, 145B
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Moving Toward a New Normal: Behavioral Transitions and Their Impacts on Travel in the Post-Pandemic Era

This interactive workshop aims to discuss how individuals' activity patterns and hybrid work schedules will change in the post-pandemic era. Learn how we used location-based data to find trends in post-pandemic travel patterns in LA and Colorado.

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A Great Place to Work

Come learn about careers at Cambridge Systematics during TRB’s Careers in Motion Networking Event.

Date:

January 8th, 2023

Time:

10:00am-2:00pm

Location:

Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Exhibit Hall A
801 Mt Vernon Pl NW
Washington, DC 20001


Meet our TRB Attendees

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Dan Andersen

Senior Freight Analyst

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Sarah Anderson

Chief Growth Officer

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David Baumgartner, PE

Senior Associate

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Roan Bennett

Vice President, Planning Business Line

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Susan J. Binder

Principal

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Baird Bream, MPP

Planning & Policy Analyst

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Sheldon A. Brown

V.P. of Engineering | Software

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Mikayla Bryan, PHR

Talent & Culture Manager

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Steve Capecci, PMP

Chief Operating Officer

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Stacy M. Cook, AICP

Senior Project Manager

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Rachel Copperman, PhD

Model Development National Practice Lead and Austin, Texas Office Director

Asean Davis headshot

Asean Davis

Transportation Analyst

Dan Forbush headshot

Dan Forbush, MPA

Transportation Analyst

Leanne Gent headshot

Leanne Gent

Chief Talent Officer

John Gliebe

Travel Demand Modeler

Dan Haake headshot

Dan Haake, AICP, CMILT, ENV SP

Director of Project Delivery | Senior Project Manager

Tom Harrington headshot

Tom Harrington, AICP

Principal │ Regional Manager

Herbert Higginbotham headshot

Herbert Higginbotham

Vice President

Cory Hopwood headshot

Cory Hopwood, P.E., RSP

Senior Associate - Transportation Safety Engineer

Christina Huang

Marketing Communication Specialist

Suseel Indrakanti headshot

Suseel Indrakanti, AICP

Senior Associate

John Kaliski headshot

John Kaliski

Vice President

Katie Kirk headshot

Katie Kirk, AICP

Senior Associate

Anurag Komanduri headshot

Anurag Komanduri

Vice President

Guilherme Leao headshot

Guilherme Leao

Transportation Analyst/Professional

Lawrence Leibowitz

Office Administrator

Jason Lemp headshot

Jason Lemp

Principal

Dalia Leven headshot

Dalia Leven, AICP

Transit + Shared Mobility National Planning Lead

Feng Liu headshot

Feng Liu

Principal │ National Practice Lead in Model Application

Jessa Monroe headshot

Jessa Monroe

Marketing Communication Manager

Jeffrey Newman headshot

Jeffrey Newman, PhD

Senior Associate

Keir Opie headshot

Keir Opie

Principal

Chris Porter headshot

Chris Porter

Principal

Kimon Proussaloglou headshot

Kimon Proussaloglou

Executive Vice President

Nikhil Puri headshot

Nikhil Puri

Principal

Peter Rafferty headshot

Peter Rafferty, AICP, PE, PTOE, ENV SP, PMP

Senior Associate & Mobility Strategist

Laura Richards

Thomas Rossi headshot

Thomas Rossi

Principal

Ray Saeidi-Razavi headshot

Ray Saeidi-Razavi, Ph.D.

Associate

Brent Selby

Travel Demand Modeler

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Pedro Serigos

Senior Associate

Kaveh Shabani headshot

Kaveh Shabani, M.Sc., M.E.

Senior Project Manager

Isabel Victoria-Jaramillo headshot

Isabel Victoria-Jaramillo

Senior Freight Transportation Planner and Transportation Economist

Krishnan Viswanathan headshot

Krishnan Viswanathan

Principal, Data & Modeling

Rebecca Wingate

Brad Wright headshot

Brad Wright

President & CEO

Vivek Yadav

Travel Demand Modeler