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TRC research presented at TRB 88th Annual Meeting
Release Date: 01-16-2009
Author: Kimberly Mercer
Faculty from the UVM Transportation Research Center (TRC) presented projects at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 88th Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, held January 11-15, 2009. Also during TRB week, graduate student James Sullivan was honored as TRC Outstanding Student of the Year at the Council of University Transportation Centers Eleventh Anniversary Annual Awards Banquet. He received a plaque from the U.S. DOT.
The TRB Annual Meeting program covered all transportation modes, with more than 3,000 presentations in nearly 600 sessions addressing topics of interest to all attendees—policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions. The spotlight theme for 2009 was Transportation, Energy, and Climate Change.
Below is a table of all TRC research projects presented at the TRB Annual Meeting. Click on the headings to sort the table by columns.
|Title||Presenter||Link to presentation|
|A New Way to Estimate Crash Exposure||Chen Zhang|
|Assessing the Impact of Weather and Season on Pedestrian Traffic Volumes||
|Effects of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles on the Vermont Electric Transmission System||Richard Watts
|Estimation of the Inelasticity of Incentive Demand for Non-motorized Commuting Poster||Erin Roche
Jane M. Kolodinsky
|Increasing Diversity through Partnerships for a Summer Transportation Institute||Karen Glitman, TRC Program Manager||Presentation | Paper | Slides|
|Investigation of Link Capacity-Disruption in the Calculation of a Transportation Network Robustness Index||Jim Sullivan
Darren M. Scott
|Maine Statewide Deployment and Integration of Advanced Traveler Information Systems||Nathan Belz
Per E. Gårder
|Paper | Slides|
|Modal Analysis of Vehicle Operation and particulate Emissions from Connecticut Transit Buses||Eric Jackson
|Poster | Paper|
|Pupil Transportation: Factors Affecting Mode Choice and the Amount of Parent-driven Trips to School||Erica K. Campbell
|Strength and Permeability Characteristcs of Porous Concrete Pavements||George McCain
|Poster | Paper|
|Testing an integrated land use and transportation modeling framework for a small metropolitan area||Brian Voigt
|TRANSIMS Implementation in Chittenden County, Vermont: Development, Calibration and Preliminary Sensitivity Analysis||Stephen Lawe
Adel W. Sadek, Ph.D.
For more information, please contact Kim Mercer.