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RSG at the Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting

RSG is looking forward to sharing our current work and learning from others at the 93rd TRB Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. We hope to see you throughout the event and invite you to attend the presentations we are leading January 12 - 15th.
We are also excited to announce that Michelle Lee has joined our Metropolitan DC office as a Senior Consultant. Michelle has 16 years of experience in project management, database design, field team management, and has been a certified GIS professional for over ten years. Please look for Michelle at TRB along with the rest of the RSG group.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 2014

9am-12pm
What Do We Need to Know to Analyze These Issues? (Workshop 151)
RSG Author/Presenter: Mark Bradley


1:30-4:30pm
Applying the Research/ Challenge 4: Change the Way We Travel (Workshop 206)
RSG Author/Presenter: Peter Plumeau
MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 2014
8-9:45am
Making Advanced Travel Forecasting Models Affordable Through Model Transferability (Session 240)
RSG Authors/Presenters: Joseph Castiglione, Mark Bradley
 
8am-12pm
Transportation Needs of National Parks and Public Lands Committee Meeting

RSG Attendee: Steve Lawson

8:30-10:15am
Developing
a Strategic Goods Movement Network in Peel Region, Canada Through Innovative Applications of Freight Data and Planning Tools (Session 254)
RSG Author/Presenter: Peter Plumeau
 
10:15am-12pm
Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations; Planning for Operations Subcommittee
Meeting
RSG Attendee: Steven Gayle
 
10:45am-12pm
Quantitative Risk Analysis for Express Lanes with Time-of-Day Model Forecasts
(Session 319)
RSG Author/Presenter: Thomas Adler

 
2-3:45pm
New Survey Methodology: Measuring Traveler Awareness, Use, and Response to Real-Time Travel Information with Pulse Surveys (Session 378)
RSG Authors/Presenters: Chloe Ritter, Elizabeth Greene
 
2-3:45pm
Measuring Travel Characteristics of a University Population: Experiences from Design and Administration of Web-Based Travel Survey (Session 378)
RSG Author/Presenter: Elizabeth Greene
 
3:45-7pm
Transportation and Air Quality Committee
Meeting
RSG Attendee: Robert Chamberlin  
 
4:15-6pm
Using Big Data for Automobile Origin-Destination Studies
(Session 429)
RSG Authors/Presenters: Ben Cummins, Margaret Campbell, Gregory Spitz, James Novakowski, Polly Ramsey
 
4:15-6pm
Online Resource on Advanced Integrated Models and Implementation Strategy (C46)
(Session 433)
RSG Author/Presenter: Joseph Castiglione
 
4:15-6pm
Principles of Sustainable Transportation in the National Parks
(Session 436)
RSG Author/Presenter: Steve Lawson
 
7:30-9:30pm
TCRP Project H-37: Characteristics of Premium Transit Services That Affect Mode Choice--Key Findings and Results
(Session 471)
RSG Authors/Presenters: Maren Outwater, Bhargava Sana, Nazneen Ferdous, William Woodford
TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 2014
3:45-5:30pm
Millennials' Travel Behavior (Session 670)
RSG Author/Presenter: Gregory Spitz

 
3:45-5:30pm
Calibrating Traffic Microsimulation Model to Real-World Operating Mode Distributions (Session 663)
RSG Authors/Presenters: Eric Talbot, Robert Chamberlin

 
7:30-9:30pm
Individual-Level Models Versus Sample-Level Models: Contrasts and Mutual Benefits
(Session 722)
RSG Author/Presenter: Jeffrey Dumont

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2014

8-9:45am
Schedule Consistency in an Activity-Based Dynamic Network Model System
(Session 756)
RSG Authors/Presenters: Joseph Castiglione, Mark Bradley

 
8am-12pm
Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee Meeting

RSG Attendee: Maren Outwater
 
8:30-10:15am
Long-distance Work and Leisure Travel Frequencies: An Ordered Probit Analysis Across Non-Distance Based Definitions (Session 774)
RSG Author/Presenter: Elizabeth Greene

 
8:30-10:15am
Assessing the Impact of Transportation Policies on Fuel Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Using a Household Vehicle Fleet Simulator
(Session 777)
RSG Author/Presenter: Thomas Adler
 
8:30-10:15am
Development of a Statewide Freight Trip Forecasting Model for Utah
(Session 777)
RSG Authors/Presenters: Chad Worthen, Kaveh Shabani, Maren Outwater

 
2:30-4pm
Methods for Quantitative Risk Analysis for Travel Demand Model Forecasts
(Session 835)
RSG Author/Presenter: Thomas Adler
 
About RSG. RSG creatively applies state-of-the-art modeling and analytics to transportation planning, market strategy, environmental management, and custom software development, helping organizations make critical decisions with confidence. RSG is headquartered in White River Junction (VT) and has additional offices in Burlington (VT), Concord (NH), Arlington (VA), Evansville (IN), Chicago, Salt Lake City and San Diego.
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