Connect with and learn from Cambridge Systematics experts across the spectrum of transportation, including: integrated planning and policy; modeling and analytics.
Find out how the Highway Safety Manual (HSM) and the Human Factors Guidelines for Road Systems can be used together to improve roadway safety solutions developed in safety analyses and diagnostic assessments, with in-depth discussion on the basic process and a set of representative examples.
This workshop reviews the scope and issues related to data integration needs for state and local transportation planning, major challenges, potential sharing methods using spatial technologies, the role of standards and successful techniques.
Continuing the discussion from the August 2017 FTA Roundtable, this workshop presents experiences in data management, gap assessment and how agencies are navigating those gaps.
For the first time at the TRB Annual Meeting, teams will compete to develop a plan that aligns technology, public policy and market forces to achieve the greatest societal benefits. CS’ Jim Brogan will lead the Freight Team while John Kaliski provides policy insights on team MPO…which team will come out victorious?
This session discusses how growing and transporting top-quality food to markets all over the country and the world demand a significant level of coordination, ingenuity, science and labor. The speakers will focus on existing and future trends and challenges affecting the transportation of agricultural products and discuss how the industry is responding.
This session includes examples of how transportation agencies are considering the economy of the future from the state, MPO and local levels.
Learn about the latest in hazardous materials transportation research.
Sponsored by the Young Members Council, this panel discussion is geared towards attendees in the first 5-10 years of their careers who are stepping into management roles.
Presenters from industry and academia will explore their approaches for attracting, training and retaining a talented workforce of 21st century planners.
This session will examine how airports and their partners effectively (or ineffectively) work together to design and deliver projects with significant impacts.
Hear about findings and lessons learned from efforts across the United States to incorporate resilience as communities rebuild following extreme weather events.
Learn about the latest innovations in travel survey methods.
This session will discuss the data collection, cleaning and weighting process for the 2016 National Household Travel Survey (NHTS); benchmarking the data; effects of methodological changes on travel trends; and a summary of the add-on experience.
Cities today are embracing new mobility, communication and safety applications. What are the emerging policies supporting advancements in urban and community transportation? Come to this session to learn more.
This session focuses on new considerations and innovations in travel survey design, including the use of different modes, question order, and the ability to capture travel behavior and modal preferences at both the production and attraction ends.
This session highlights best practices, new technologies and lessons learned in the latest research on metropolitan policy, planning and processes.
Learn about real-world applications of planning, modeling, forecasting, and data analysis.