Cambridge Systematics Insights at TRB 2018

Transportation Research Board’s 97th Annual Meeting
January 7-11, 2018

Connect with and learn from Cambridge Systematics experts across the spectrum of transportation, including: integrated planning and policy; modeling and analytics.

CS Integrated Planning and Policy at TRB

Roadway Design and Operation – Using Human Factors to Guide Data-Driven Decision-Making (Workshop 136)

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.

Presenting:

Sunday, 9:00 am – Noon

Convention Center, 103B

State and Local Safety Data Integration (Workshop 152)

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.

Presenting:

Sunday, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Convention Center, 154

Transit Asset Management: Where Are We, Where Do We Want to Go, and How Do We Get There? (Workshop 183)

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.

Presenting:

Sunday, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Convention Center, 144A

War Games Comes to TRB: May the Best Plan for Connecting Technology and Policy Win

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?

Competing:

Sunday, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Truck Efficiency: Routing, Platooning, Energy Consumption, and Safety (Poster Session 256)

Presenting:

Monday, 8:00 am – 9:45 am

Convention Center, Hall E

Current Research in Freight Planning and Logistics (Poster Session 254)

Presenting:

  • Lisa Destro, A Simplified Method to Disaggragte F4F4 OD Data and its Application for a North Carolina Study

Monday, 8:00 am – 9:45 am

Convention Center, Hall E

From Farm to Table: Multimodal Opportunities and Challenges of Moving the World’s Food (Lectern Session 299)

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.

Presiding:

Monday, 10:15 am – Noon

Convention Center, 145B

Perspectives on Economic Development Impacts of Transportation Investments and Policies (Poster Session 444)

Presenting:

  • Jim Brogan and Elaine Croft McKenzie, Strategic Integration of Transportation and Economic Development Planning: Approaches and Experiences in the Albuquerque Region, New Mexico
  • Isabel Victoria-Jaramillo, The Value of Transit beyond the Trip: Quantifying the Impact of Capital Metro to the Economy of Central Texas
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Monday, 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Convention Center, Hall E

Young Members Council – Aviation, AV000(1) (Committee Meeting)

Presiding:

Monday, 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Marriott Marquis, Archives (M4)

Moving Towards Management (Lectern Session 258)

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.

Presenting:

Monday, 10:15 am – Noon

Convention Center, Salon C

Transportation Safety Planning Subcommittee ANB10(3) (Committee Meeting)

Presiding:

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Tuesday, 8:00 am – 9:45 am

Marriott Marquis, Marquis Ballroom Salon 15 (M2)

Perspectives on Transportation and Sustainability (Poster Session 519)

Presenting:

  • Rich Denbow, The Impact of the Sustainable Communities Initiative on Regional Transportation Planning
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Tuesday, 8:00 am – 9:45 am

Convention Center, Hall E

Managing Transit-Sector Relationships and Resources (Poster Session 652)

Presenting:

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Tuesday, 1:30 pm – 3:15 pm

Convention Center, Hall E

5th Annual Fresh Ideas: Bridging the Gap between 21st Century Transportation Planners and Their Employers (Poster Session 707)

Presenters from industry and academia will explore their approaches for attracting, training and retaining a talented workforce of 21st century planners.

Presiding:

Tuesday, 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Convetion Center, Hall E

Big Projects, Big Partnerships (Lectern Session 731)

This session will examine how airports and their partners effectively (or ineffectively) work together to design and deliver projects with significant impacts.

Presiding:

Tuesday, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Convention Center, 144C

Resilient Rebuilding: Lessons from Recent Extreme Weather Events (Lectern Session 793)

Hear about findings and lessons learned from efforts across the United States to incorporate resilience as communities rebuild following extreme weather events.

Presenting:

  • Brian ten Siethoff, Lessons Learned from the Post-Hurricane Sandy Transportation Resilience Study in NY, NJ, and CT
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Wednesday, 10:15 am – Noon

Convention Center, 151B

CS Modeling and Analytics at TRB

Innovations in Travel Survey Methods (Poster Session 241)

Learn about the latest innovations in travel survey methods.

Presenting:

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Monday, 8:00 am – 9:45 am

Convention Center, Hall E

Innovations in Urban Data and Mobility Modeling (Poster Session 308)

Presenting:

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Monday, 10:15 am – Noon

Convention Center, Hall E

The 2016 National Household Travel Survey: What’s in it and What Can Users Expect (Lectern Session 336)

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.

Presiding:

Monday, 1:30 pm – 3:15 pm

Convention Center, 151A

Emerging Policies in City Transportation (Lectern Session 399)

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.

Presenting:

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Monday, 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Convention Center, 152A

Access to Intercity Passenger Rail (Lectern Session 502)

Presiding:

Tuesday 8:00 am – 9:45 am

Convention Center, 143A

Public Transportation: Developing Future Transit (Poster Session 655)

Presiding:

Tuesday, 1:30 pm – 3:15 pm

Convention Center, Hall E

Task Force on Understanding New Directions for the National Household Travel Survey Task Force (Committee Meeting)

Presiding:

Tuesday, 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Marriott Marquis, Liberty O (M4)

Transportation Survey Design Considerations (Lectern 665)

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.

Presenting:

  • Anurag Komanduri and Brent Selby, An Enhanced Framework for the Expansion of Establishment Surveys: Case Studies from New York and Phoenix
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Tuesday, 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Convention Center, 154

2018 NHTS Workshop Organizing Committee (Committee Meeting)

*Invitation Only

Presiding:

Tuesday, 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Marriott Marquic, Liberty O (M4)

Latest Research in Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Process (Poster Session 709)

This session highlights best practices, new technologies and lessons learned in the latest research on metropolitan policy, planning and processes.

Presenting:

  • Tom Rossi and Marty Milkovits, An Integrated, Validated, and Applied Activity Based-DTA Model for the Baltimore-Washington Region
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Tuesday, 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Convention Center, Hall E

The World of Transportation Planning Applications (Poster Session 712)

Learn about real-world applications of planning, modeling, forecasting, and data analysis.

Presenting:

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Tuesday, 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Convention Center, Hall E

Car Ownership and Mobility Decisions (Poster Session 769)

Presiding:

Wednesday, 8:00 am – 9:45 am

Convention Center, Hall E

The Future of Measuring Trucks and Their Use in the United States (Lectern Session 799)

Presenting:

  • Jim Brogan, California Vehicle Inventory and Use Survey.
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Wednesday, 10:15 am – Noon

Convention Center, 143B

Travel Demand Models R Us (Poster Session 829)

Presenting:

  • Tom Rossi and Jason Lemp, Practical Framework to Incorporate Value of Time Heterogeneity in an Aggregate Travel Model
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Wednesday, 10:15 am – Noon

Convention Center, Hall E

Pedestrian Planning, Modeling, and Simulation (Poster Session 835)

Presenting:

  • Rafael Almario, Evaluation of the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s Bike and Pedestrian Planning Grant Initiative

Wednesday, 10:15 am – Noon

Convention Center, Hall E

Automated Vehicles Are Here: Considerations for Implementation (Poster Session 856)

Presenting:

  • Mark Jensen, Planning for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles – How to Understand and Prepare for this Complex World

Wednesday, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Convention Center, Hall E

Key Questions Driving Freight Data Development and Applications (Lectern Session 866)

Presenting:

Wednesday, 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Convention Center, 143B

Meet our TRB Presenters

Scott Boone

Scott Boone

sboone@camsys.com
510-879-4319

Jim Brogan

Jim Brogan

jbrogan@camsys.com
213-372-3022

Rachael Copperman

Rachel Copperman

rcopperman@camsys.com
512-691-8508

Rich Denbow

Rich Denbow

rdenbow@camsys.com
919-561-8229

Lisa Destro

Lisa Destro

ldestro@camsys.com
781-539-6775

Paula Dowell

Paula Dowell

pdowell@camsys.com
404-460-2606

Kyle Emge

Kyle Emge

kemge@camsys.com
781-539-6780

Jay Evans

Jay Evans

jevans@camsys.com
301-347-9147

Mark Jensen

Mark Jensen

mjensen@camsys.com
805-474-8483

John Kaliski

John Kaliski

jkaliski@camsys.com
781-539-6768

Anurag Komanduri

Anurag Komanduri

akomanduri@camsys.com
213-372-3032

Arun Kuppam

Arun Kuppam

akuppam@camsys.com
512-691-8503

David Kurth

David Kurth

dkurth@camsys.com
303-357-4661

Jason Lemp

Jason Lemp

jlemp@camsys.com
512-736-9158

Alex Maistros

Alex Maistros

amaistros@camsys.com
440-364-7955

Elaine Croft McKenzie

Elaine Croft McKenzie

emckenzie@camsys.com
312-665-0242

Martin Milkovits

Martin Milkovits

mmilkovits@camsys.com
781-539-6801

Jeffrey Newman

Jeffrey Newman

jnewman@camsys.com
312-665-0238

Kimon Proussaloglou

Kimon Proussaloglou

kproussaloglou@camsys.com
312-665-0202

Thomas Rossi

Thomas Rossi

trossi@camsys.com
781-539-6756

Brent Selby

Brent Selby

bselby@camsys.com
301- 347-9106

Sara Steinberger

Sara Steinberger

ssteinberger@camsys.com
312-665-0214

Brian ten Siethoff

Brian ten Siethoff

btensiethoff@camsys.com
917-288-1652

Anita Vandervalk-Ostrander

Anita Vandervalk-Ostrander

avandervalk@camsys.com
850-671-0204

Krishnan Viswanathan

Krishnan Viswanathan

kviswanathan@camsys.com
850-671-0203

Nicole Waldheim

Nicole Waldheim

nwaldheim@camsys.com
301-347-9132

Chao Wang

Chao Wang

cwang@camsys.com
213-372-3031

David Willauer

David Willauer

dwillauer@camsys.com
301-347-9135