Seminar Topic Date Speaker Archive
Webinar, part II: Four Types of Cyclists: A National Look 08/11/2015 Jennifer Dill, Professor, Toulan School of Urban Studies & Planning, Portland State University
Webinar, part I: Americans' Views of Transportation and Livable Communities 08/05/2015 Jennifer Dill, Portland State University; Hugh Morris, National Association of Realtors
The Cycling Gender Gap: What can we learn from girls? 06/05/2015 Jennifer Dill, Portland State University
PSU MURP Workshop Presentations 05/29/2015 Amanda Davidowitz & team; Jacob Adams & team
New FHWA VMT Forecasts Implications for Local Planning 05/22/2015 Andrew Mortensen, Project Manager, David Evans and Associates
Connected Vehicle Deployment Pilot Study 05/20/2015
Development of a Pedestrian Demand Estimation Tool: a Destination Choice Model 05/15/2015 Chris Muhs, Ph.D. student, Portland State University
Lighten Everyone's Load: LIDAR Applications to Support Engineers, Planners, Scientists and More 05/08/2015 Michael Olsen, Assistant Professor of Geomatics, School of Civil and Construction Engineering, Oregon State University
Travel Decisions & Their Implications for Urban Transportation: From Campus Transportation to Statewide Modeling 05/01/2015 Gulsah Akar, Assistant Professor, Ohio State University
Using Multimodal Performance Measures to Prioritize Improvements on US 101 in San Luis Obispo County 04/24/2015 Jessica Berry, Transportation Planner, San Luis Obispo COG
Webinar: Impacts of Roadway and Traffic Characteristics on Air Pollution Risks for Bicyclists 04/23/2015 Alex Bigazzi, Adjunct instructor in civil engineering, Portland State University
DASH: The Portland Region's Next-Generation Activity-Based Model 04/17/2015 Richard Walker, Manager, Modeling Service Assoc: Metro
Geometric Design, Speed, and Safety 04/10/2015 Richard J. Porter, Assistant Professor, P.E., University of Utah
The SFpark Pilot: Using data to make cities better 04/03/2015 Kathryn Doherty-Chapman, Transportation Planner, Metro
Webinar: A Comprehensive Evaluation of Protected Cycling Facilities: Lessons from Five Cities 03/19/2015 Chris Monsere, Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Portland State University
Self-Organizing Signals: A Better Framework for Transit Signal Priority 03/13/2015 Peter Furth, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northeastern University
Empirical Evaluation of Transit Signal Priority through Fusion of Heterogeneous Transit and Traffic Signal Data and Novel Performance Measures 03/06/2015 Wei Feng, Performance Analyst, Chicago Transit Authority
Active Transportation Research at Northern Arizona University 02/27/2015 Edward J Smaglik, Associate Professor, Northern Arizona University
Crowdsourcing Cycling Safety and Route Data with the “ORcycle” Smartphone App 02/20/2015 Miguel Figliozzi, Associate Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Portland State University
Transportation System Impacts on Bicyclists' Air Pollution Risks: Considerations for System Design and Use 02/13/2015 Alex Bigazzi, Ph.D., Portland State University
The Mamachari, Bicycle Neighborhoods, and Public Transportation: Sustainable-Infrastructure Lessons from Japan 02/06/2015 Chester Liebs, Professor Emeritus of history and historic preservation, University of Vermont
Student presentations from TRB, week 3 01/30/2015 Patrick Singleton and Ryan Dann, Portland State University
Webinar: Exploring Pedestrian Responsive Traffic Signal Timing Strategies in Urban Areas 01/29/2015 Sirisha Kothuri, Ph.D., Portland State University
Student presentations from TRB, week 2 01/23/2015 Steven Gehrke and Kihong Kim, Portland State University
Student presentations from TRB, week 1 01/16/2015 Bryan Blanc, Anais Mathez and Steven Howland; Portland State University

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