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Presentations at annual TRB meeting

University of Minnesota researchers and staff presented papers and presided over sessions at the annual Transportation Research Board (TRB) meeting in Washington, D.C., last month.

Presentations

  • “Intelligent Transportation Systems and Other Technological Assistance Used in Minnesota Community-Based Transportation,” Yufeng Guo, American Planning Association; Frank Douma, Humphrey Institute
  • “Methodology for Performance Optimization of Ramp Control Strategies through Microsimulation,” Adinarayana Beegala, Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas; John Hourdakis and Panos Michalopoulos, Civil Engineering
  • “Evaluation of Top-Down Cracks in Asphalt Pavements Using Self-Calibrating Ultrasonic Technique,” Lev Khazanovich, Raul Velasquez, and Edouard Nesvijski, Civil Engineering
  • “Reliability Analysis of Cracking and Faulting Prediction in New Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Procedure,” Mike I. Darter, ERES Consultants; Lev Khazanovich; Tom Yu and Jag Mallela, ERES Consultants
  • “Value of Trail Access in Home Purchases,” Paul Mogush, Kevin Krizek, and David Levinson, Humphrey Institute
  • “Information and Communications Technology as Substitute for Nonwork Travel: Direct Examination,” Kevin Krizek and Yi Li, Humphrey Institute; Susan Handy, University of California, Davis
  • “Effect of Facility Access on Bicycling Behavior,” Kevin Krizek and Pamela Jo Johnson, Humphrey Institute
  • “What Is at the End of the Road? Factors Affecting Discontinuities of On-Street Bicycle Lanes in Urban Settings,” Kevin Krizek and Rio Roland, Humphrey Institute
  • “Deconvolution of Vehicle Inductance Signature for Vehicle Reidentification,” Taek Mu Kwon and Anushri Parsekar, University of Minnesota Duluth
  • “High-Temperature Rheological Properties of Asphalt Binders,” Mihai Marasteanu, Civil Engineering
  • “Investing for Reliability and Security in Transportation Networks,” Lei Zhang and David Levinson, Civil Engineering
  • “Processing, Analyzing, and Archiving Travel Survey Data,” David Levinson; Ewa Zofka, SRF Consulting
  • “Benefit-Cost Analysis of Spring Weight Restrictions in Lyon County, Minnesota,” Ning Li, Civil Engineering
  • “Rational Locator Reexamined: Are Travel Times Still Stable?,” David Levinson; Yao Wu, Fehr & Peers Associates
  • “Review of Crash Risk and Driving Performance for Drivers with Clinical Mental and Personality Disorders,” Nic Ward, HumanFIRST Program
  • “I-394 MnPass Express Toll Lanes,” Lee Munnich, Humphrey Institute, and Ken Buckeye, Mn/DOT
  • “Gender Differences in Bicycling Behavior and Facility Preferences,” Kevin Krizek, Pamela Jo Johnson, and Nebiyou Yonas Tilahun, Humphrey Institute
  • “Variation of Subjective Value of Travel Time on Freeways and Ramp Meters,” Lei Zhang, Feng Xie, and David Levinson, Civil Engineering
  • “Spatial Attributes and Patterns of Use in Household-Related Information and Communications Technology Activity,” Kevin Krizek and Yi Li, Humphrey Institute; Susan Handy, University of California, Davis
  • “Bayesian Reconstruction of Median-Crossing Crashes and Potential Effectiveness of Cable Barriers,” Jianping Pei and Gary A. Davis, Civil Engineering
  • “Collective Responsibility in Freeway Rear-End Collisions? Application of Causal Models,” Gary A. Davis, Civil Engineering
  • “Estimating Bicycling Demand,” Gary Barnes and Kevin Krizek, Humphrey Institute
  • “Value of Time for Commericial Vehicle Operators in Minnesota,” Brian Smalkoski, Kimley-Horn and Associates; David Levinson, Civil Engineering
  • “Evaluation of Digital Maps for Road User Charging Applications,” Pi-Ming Cheng, Max Donath, Xiaobin Ma, Mechanical Engineering; Shashi Shekhar, Computer Science and Engineering; Ken Buckeye, Mn/DOT
  • “Value Pricing and Public Outreach: Minnesota’s Lessons Learned,” Lee Munnich, Humphrey Institute; Joseph Loveland, Loveland Communications
  • “Road Pricing with Autonomous Links,” Lei Zhang and David Levinson
  • “Effectiveness of Learning Transportation Network Growth Through Simulation,” Wenling Chen and
  • “Minnesota: Interstate 394 MnPass Express Toll Lane Develop David Levinson ment,” Ken Buckeye, Mn/DOT; Lee Munnich, Humphrey Institute
  • “Emergence of Hierarchy in Transportation Networks,” David Levinson; Bhanu Yerra, Thurston Regional Planning Council

Other activities

  • Robert Johns, CTS director, presided over a session titled “Where Is the Money? Long-Term Funding Options.” He also chaired the annual meeting of the Management and Leadership Section Executive Board.
  • Laurie McGinnis, associate director, chaired the Conduct of Research Committee meeting.
  • Cheri Marti, assistant director, chaired the Technology Transfer Committee meeting.
  • Arlene Mathison, CTS librarian, presided over a session titled “Managing Publications and Data on the Web: Intellectual Property, Access, and Preservation.”
  • Max Donath, director of the Center’s Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Institute, co-presided over a session titled “Should Teenage Drivers Be Electronically Monitored?”
  • Lee Munnich, director of the Humphrey Institute’s State and Local Policy Program, chaired the Road Pricing Outreach Subcommittee.
  • Kevin Krizek moderated a session titled “Land Use Modeling: Methods and Data.”