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VTC at TRB 2013

VTC will have a strong presence at the TRB 92nd Annual Meeting this year. Come see presentations by faculty, staff, students, and recent alumni. We look forward to seeing you in D.C.

 

Time & Place

Event

Sunday
January 13, 2013 
9:00AM - 12:00PM 
Hilton, Cabinet

Workshop 136
Effective Practices and Challenges for Sustainable Communities Planning Funding Grantees to Promote Health, Community Engagement, and Equity in Planning and Project Implementation
Workshop | AICP Certification Maintenance Session
Planning and Forecasting, Policy, Society
Presiding: Kalima Rose, PolicyLink
Environmental Justice in Transportation (ADD50)
This workshop provides an opportunity for HUD's capacity-building intermediaries, grant recipients, and transportation practitioners to foster connections to public health, public involvement, equity, environmental justice, scenario planning processes, and implementation.
Panel B: Community Engagement and Participation
David Aimen, Rutgers, Voorhees Transportation Center - North Jersey Sustainable Communities Consortium, NGO Micro-Grant Program and Local Demonstration Project Grants

Monday
January 14, 2013
8:00AM - 9:45AM
Hilton, Columbia Hall 5

Session 225
Bikeshare Users and Systems
Brian H. Y. Lee, University of Vermont, presiding
Bicycle Transportation (ANF20)
Impact of Weather Conditions on Capital Bikeshare Trips
Kyle Gebhart, San Francisco County Transportation Authority (and Rutgers MCRP), presenter
Robert B. Noland, Rutgers University, presenter

Monday
January 14, 2013
Hilton, International Center

Session 352
Innovative Approaches and Case Studies in Transit Management and Performance
Brian Lane, San Diego Association of Governments, presiding
Transit Management and Performance (AP010)
Coordinating School and Public Transportation: Assessing Opportunities in New Jersey
Sean Meehan, Rutgers University, presenter
Trish Sanchez, Rutgers University, presenter
Catherine Bull, Rutgers University, presenter

Monday
January 14, 2013
4:15PM - 6:00PM
Hilton, International Center

Session 417
Public Transportation and Land Use Interactions and Research on Transit-Oriented Development
Joana Conklin, Foursquare Integrated Transportation Planning, presiding
Public Transportation Planning and Development (AP025)
Satisfaction with Transit-Oriented Development: Perspectives from Focus Groups and Interviews
Robert B. Noland, Rutgers University, presenter
Nicholas K Tulach, Rutgers University, presenter
Marc Weiner, Rutgers University, presenter
Stephanie DiPetrillo, Rutgers University, presenter
Andrew I. Kay, Rutgers University, presenter

Monday
January 14, 2013
7:30PM - 9:30PM
Marriott, Salon 2

Session 439
Transportation Safety Management and Alcohol Research
Jake Kononov, DiExSys LLC, presiding
Transportation Safety Management (ANB10)
Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Transportation (ANB50)
Do Lower-Income Areas Have More Pedestrian Casualties?
Robert B. Noland, Rutgers University, presenter
Nicholas J. Klein, Rutgers University, presenter
Nicholas K Tulach, Rutgers University, presenter

Tuesday
January 15, 2013
10:15AM - 12:00PM
Hilton, Gunston

Climate Change and Energy Task Force
Robert B. Noland, Rutgers University, presiding
Climate Change and Energy (A0020T)

Tuesday
January 15, 2013
1:30PM - 3:15PM
Hilton, Jefferson East

Session 590
Sustainable Energy and Transportation: Strategies, Research, and Data
Daniel Sperling, University of California, Davis, presiding
Climate Change and Energy (A0020T)
This session highlights the discussion and findings from the University Transportation Center Spotlight Conference on Sustainable Energy and Transportation, held in November 2012.
What Can Metropolitan Areas Do to Reduce Transportation Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions?
Robert B. Noland, Rutgers University, presenter

Wednesday
January 16, 2013
8:00AM - 9:45AM
Hilton, Georgetown West

Session 723
Transportation Investments and Metropolitan Economies: Prioritization and Risk
Lectern Session | Practice Ready Papers
Rimon Rafiah, Economikr, Israel, presiding
Transportation Economics (ABE20)
Transportation Issues in Major U.S. Cities (ABE30)
Transportation and Economic Development (ADD10)
Transit Improvements, Physical Agglomeration, and Productivity in U.S. Metropolitan Areas
Daniel G. Chatman, University of California, Berkeley, presenter
Robert B. Noland, Rutgers University, presenter

Wednesday
January 16, 2013
8:00AM - 9:45AM
Hilton, Columbia Hall 8

Session 722
Showcase of Diversified Automated People Mover
Lectern Session
Rongfang Liu, New Jersey Institute of Technology, presiding
Major Activity Center Circulation Systems (AP040)
This session presents an array of automated people mover technologies and their applications in diversified environments. The showcase demonstrates not only the flexibility of the applications but also their readiness for deployment.
Assessment of “Last Mile” Shuttle Corridors and Users in New Jersey
Devajyoti Deka, Rutgers University, presenter
Stephanie DiPetrillo, Rutgers University, presenter

Wednesday
January 16, 2013
10:15AM - 12:00PM  
Hilton, International East

Session 767
Understanding Our Ridership: A Detailed Look at Travel Characteristics
Lectern Session | AICP Certification Maintenance Session | Practice Ready Papers
Annette Williams, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, presiding
Paratransit (AP060)
These five papers provide a perspective on understanding the travel needs of users of demand-responsive transit and tailoring service to meet those needs.
Community Paratransit and the Economic Recession: Challenges and Opportunities
Andrea Lubin, Rutgers University, presenter
Stephanie DiPetrillo, Rutgers University, presenter
Steve Fittante, New Jersey Transit, presenter

 

 

 

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