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1 93rd Annual Meeting Final Program January 12 16, 2014 Washington, D.C.

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3 TRB 93rd Annual Meeting TRB SPONSORS TRB gratefully acknowledges the generous support of its year-round sponsors: State Departments of Transportation, including the District of Columbia Federal Government U.S. Department of Defense Air Force Civil Engineer Center Office of Naval Research U.S. Army Corps of Engineers U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Coast Guard U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration Federal Highway Administration Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Federal Railroad Administration Federal Transit Administration National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Research and Innovative Technology Administration Other Organizations American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials American Public Transportation Association American Transportation Research Institute Association of American Railroads South Coast Air Quality Management District MARINE BOARD SPONSORS Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, U.S. Department of the Interior Maritime Administration National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office of Naval Research, U.S. Navy Office of the Supervisor of Salvage and Diving, U.S. Navy U.S. Army Corps of Engineers U.S. Coast Guard On behalf of the Transportation Research Board Executive Committee, we are pleased to welcome you to the TRB 93rd Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. This meeting, which attracts thousands of transportation professionals each year, offers an unparalleled opportunity to share your knowledge and perspectives with others and to learn about the latest developments in transportation research, policy, and practice. More than 4,500 scheduled presentations and papers address topics of interest to policy makers, administrators, practitioners, and researchers, from government, industry, and academic institutions. The five-day program includes almost 800 sessions and workshops on all aspects of transportation, including this year s spotlight theme, Celebrating Our Legacy, Anticipating Our Future, which reflects next year s move of the Annual Meeting from its venue of nearly 60 years at Connecticut Avenue hotels to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Sessions explore critical transportation issues such as performance measurement, automated driving and connected vehicles, extreme weather events, and big data. Specialty workshops, committee meetings, and exhibits complement the sessions and meet-the-author poster sessions, offering attendees a wide variety of opportunities for information sharing and interaction. Noteworthy events include Sunday s New Attendees Welcome Session, Monday s Thomas B. Deen Distinguished Lecture, Tuesday s three-part roundtables for CEO critical issues, and Wednesday s TRB Chairman s Luncheon. Be sure to join us for the opening of the exhibit hall on Sunday and enjoy light refreshments while visiting the nearly 200 exhibits. The Sunday through Tuesday exhibits will showcase products and services of TRB sponsors and participating organizations in the Exhibit Hall of the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel. The TRB exhibit booth will have information about publications, Cooperative Research Programs, the Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS) and Transportation Research Information Documentation (TRID) bibliographic database, the Innovations Deserving Exploratory Analysis (IDEA) Programs, the Research in Progress database, and the second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2). TRB volunteers have assembled a timely, informative, and wide-ranging program for the 93rd Annual Meeting, developed by the 200-plus standing committees in TRB s Technical Activities Division. The continuing support that TRB receives from its year-round sponsors and affiliates, as well as the support of the Annual Meeting patrons, helps make this event and other TRB programs possible. We are delighted that you are participating and hope that you enjoy exploring all that the TRB Annual Meeting and the Washington, D.C., area have to offer. SUSTAINING AFFILIATES Bentley Systems, Inc. Caliper Corporation National Transportation Safety Board Ontario Ministry of Transportation Parsons Brinckerhoff Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Surface Transportation Board U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Deborah H. Butler Chair, Executive Committee Robert E. Skinner, Jr. Executive Director

4 The Transportation Research Board is one of six major divisions of the National Research Council. The mission of the Transportation Research Board is to provide leadership in transportation innovation and progress through research and information exchange, conducted within a setting that is objective, interdisciplinary, and multimodal. The Board s varied activities annually engage about 7,000 engineers, scientists, and other transportation researchers and practitioners from the public and private sectors and academia, all of whom contribute their expertise in the public interest. The program is supported by state transportation departments, federal agencies including the component administrations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, and other organizations and individuals interested in the development of transportation. The National Academy of Sciences is a private, nonprofit, self- perpetuating society of distinguished scholars engaged in scientific and engineering research, dedicated to the furtherance of science and technology and to their use for the general welfare. On the authority of the charter granted to it by the Congress in 1863, the Academy has a mandate that requires it to advise the federal government on scientific and technical matters. Dr. Ralph J. Cicerone is president of the National Academy of Sciences. The National Academy of Engineering was established in 1964, under the charter of the National Academy of Sciences, as a parallel organization of outstanding engineers. It is autonomous in its administration and in the selection of its members, sharing with the National Academy of Sciences the responsibility for advising the federal government. The National Academy of Engineering also sponsors engineering programs aimed at meeting national needs, encourages education and research, and recognizes the superior achievements of engineers. Dr. Charles M. Vest is president of the National Academy of Engineering. The Institute of Medicine was established in 1970 by the National Academy of Sciences to secure the services of eminent members of appropriate professions in the examination of policy matters pertaining to the health of the public. The Institute acts under the responsibility given to the National Academy of Sciences by its congressional charter to be an adviser to the federal government and, on its own initiative, to identify issues of medical care, research, and education. Dr. Harvey V. Fineberg is president of the Institute of Medicine. The National Research Council was organized by the National Academy of Sciences in 1916 to associate the broad community of science and technology with the Academy s purposes of furthering knowledge and advising the federal government. Functioning in accordance with general policies determined by the Academy, the Council has become the principal operating agency of both the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering in providing services to the government, the public, and the scientific and engineering communities. The Council is administered jointly by both Academies and the Institute of Medicine. Dr. Ralph J. Cicerone and Dr. Charles M. Vest are chair and vice chair, respectively, of the National Research Council. Transportation Research Board 2013 Executive Committee* Chair Deborah H. Butler Executive Vice President, Planning, and CIO, Norfolk Southern Corporation, Norfolk, Virginia Vice Chair Vice Chair: Kirk T. Steudle Director, Michigan Department of Transportation, Lansing Executive Director Robert E. Skinner, Jr. Transportation Research Board Victoria A. Arroyo Executive Director, Georgetown Climate Center, and Visiting Professor, Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C. Scott E. Bennett Director, Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Little Rock William A. V. Clark Professor of Geography (emeritus) and Professor of Statistics (emeritus), Department of Geography, University of California, Los Angeles James M. Crites Executive Vice President of Operations, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Texas Malcolm Dougherty Director, California Department of Transportation, Sacramento John S. Halikowski Director, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix Michael W. Hancock Secretary, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Frankfort Susan Hanson Distinguished University Professor Emerita, School of Geography, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts Steve Heminger Executive Director, Metropolitan Transportation Commission, Oakland, California Chris T. Hendrickson Duquesne Light Professor of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Jeffrey D. Holt Managing Director, Bank of Montreal Capital Markets, and Chairman, Utah Transportation Commission, Huntsville, Utah Gary P. LaGrange President and CEO, Port of New Orleans, Louisiana Michael P. Lewis Director, Rhode Island Department of Transportation, Providence Joan McDonald Commissioner, New York State Department of Transportation, Albany Donald A. Osterberg Senior Vice President, Safety and Security, Schneider National, Inc., Green Bay, Wisconsin Steve Palmer Vice President of Transportation, Lowe s Companies, Inc., Mooresville, North Carolina Sandra Rosenbloom Professor, University of Texas, Austin (Past Chair, 2012) Henry G. (Gerry) Schwartz, Jr. Chairman (retired), Jacobs/Sverdrup Civil, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri Kumares C. Sinha Olson Distinguished Professor of Civil Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana Daniel Sperling Professor of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science and Policy; Director, Institute of Transportation Studies; University of California, Davis Gary C. Thomas President and Executive Director, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Dallas, Texas Paul Trombino III Director, Iowa Department of Transportation, Ames *Membership as of December Phillip A. Washington General Manager, Regional Transportation District, Denver, Colorado Rebecca M. Brewster President and COO, American Transportation Research Institute, Marietta, Georgia (ex officio) Anne S. Ferro Administrator, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation (ex officio) John T. Gray II Senior Vice President, Policy and Economics, Association of American Railroads, Washington, D.C. (ex officio) Michael P. Huerta Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation (ex officio) Paul N. Jaenichen, Sr. Acting Administrator, Maritime Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation (ex officio) Michael P. Melaniphy President and CEO, American Public Transportation Association, Washington, D.C. (ex officio) Victor M. Mendez Administrator, Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation (ex officio) Robert J. Papp (Adm., U.S. Coast Guard), Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (ex officio) Lucy Phillips Priddy Research Civil Engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg, Mississippi, and Chair, TRB Young Members Council (ex officio) Cynthia L. Quarterman Administrator, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation (ex officio) Peter M. Rogoff Administrator, Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation (ex officio) Craig A. Rutland U.S. Air Force Pavement Engineer, Air Force Civil Engineer Center, Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida (ex officio) David L. Strickland Administrator, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation (ex officio) Joseph C. Szabo Administrator, Federal Railroad Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation (ex officio) Polly Trottenberg Under Secretary for Policy, U.S. Department of Transportation (ex officio) Thomas P. Bostick (Lt. General, U.S. Army), Chief of Engineers and Commanding General, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, D.C. (ex officio) Barry R. Wallerstein Executive Officer, South Coast Air Quality Management District, Diamond Bar, California (ex officio) Gregory D. Winfree Administrator, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation (ex officio) Frederick G. (Bud) Wright Executive Director, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Washington, D.C. (ex officio) Transportation Research Board 500 Fifth Street, NW, Washington, DC ; fax

5 Contents General Information Registration and Information Exhibit Hours Navigation Tools Discussions Workshops and Sessions Spotlight and Hot Topic Sessions Continuing Education Credits Meet-the-Author s Committee Meetings New Attendees TRB Minority Student Fellows Program Service Centers...6 Employment Opportunities Newsrooms Ready Rooms Venue Information...6 No Smoking Policy First Aid and Emergencies Accessibility No Internet Service Printed Materials Distribution Shuttle and Transportation...6 Shuttle Service Between Hotels Hotel Area Map...10 Committee Meetings Subject Index to Sessions Program Participants (see or Mobile App) Exhibits TRB Exhibit Exhibit Floor Plan Exhibitors at a Glance The Exhibitor Advisory Council Exhibit Descriptions and Contacts..331 Exhibitors by Subject Floor Plans Hotel Floor Plans Washington Hilton Hotel Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel Omni Shoreham Hotel Schedule at a Glance...14 Professional Development Hours Credit Statement for Registrant Records...15 Sessions and Events Sunday, January Monday, January Tuesday, January Wednesday, January Thursday, January Advertiser Index CH2M Hill Inside back cover DBi Services Elsevier...4 Kessler Soils Engineering Products, Inc...7 Parsons Brinckerhoff..Inside front cover Transpo Industries, Inc...9 TRR Online University of #TRBAM Transportation Research Board Online Resources and Social Media Find information related to TRB s Annual Meeting by typing #TRBAM into Twitter s search bar. Follow TRB on Twitter TRB s Facebook wall is open to post comments about the meeting. Download the new Annual Meeting Mobile App on your mobile device. (Internet to download is available in the hotel lobby.) Search the App Store for TRB 2014 or visit 3

6 General Information Registration and Information Marriott, Convention Registration Desk Hilton, Terrace Level Registration Desk Shoreham, Lobby Foyer Registration and information desks are open during the following times: Saturday, January 11 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Sunday, January 12 8:00 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Monday, January 13 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 14 7:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 15 7:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Registration is required for all attendees, including those who register to attend any workshops. The registration fee includes admission to no-fee workshops, sessions, and exhibits; access to TRB Annual Meeting Online ( and use of the Annual Meeting shuttle service. The Human Factors Workshop (limited attendance) and the Chairman s Luncheon require an additional fee; the tickets are like cash and cannot be replaced if lost. Admission to the sessions and exhibits is by badge only. For security reasons, all meeting attendees must wear a name badge (unobstructed by business cards) or they may be escorted from the building. The deadline for refunds of registration fee and tickets was December 15. The TRB onsite headquarters office number is TRB staff is unable to page registrants or deliver messages. Exhibit Hours Sunday, January 12 (Opening and Reception) Monday, January 13 Tuesday, January 14 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Navigation Tools The following tools are provided to help registrants navigate the TRB Annual Meeting: Interactive Program Look up events and build a personalized schedule; Mobile App View the sessions and events, navigate using interactive floor plans, and create a personalized schedule complete with reminders; Interactive Google Map Locate nearby transportation options, restaurants, and Wi-Fi hotspots; Compendium of Papers Flash Drive Free access to more than 2,900 papers from the Annual Meeting; Annual Meeting Online Complimentary access to the following collection of information resources: 2014 Compendium of Papers free online access to more than 2,900 papers. Authored papers accepted by a TRB review committee for presentation are designated by the paper number 14- followed by four digits; Visual Aid Presentations choose from more than 4,000 slide and poster presentations (available in March); and Compendium of Papers and Visual Aid Presentations from the Annual Meetings. Transportation Geotechnics addresses the need for a broad engineering forum that bridges the gap between transportation engineering and geotechnical engineering Antonio Gomes Correia, Editor Publish in these 3 NEW ELSEVIER JOURNALS in Civil and Structural Engineering Transportation GEOTECHNICS EDITORS: Yunmin Chen Erol Tutumluer António Gomes Correia Editors: António Gomes Correia, Erol Tutumluer, Yunmin Chen CASE STUDIES IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: KOUROSH KAYVANI Transportation Geotechnics aims to publish high quality, theoretical and applied papers on all aspects of geotechnics for roads, highways, railways, airfields and waterways. CASE STUDIES IN CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS EDITOR: MICHAEL GRANTHAM Case Studies in Construction Materials includes, but is not restricted to, new works and repair and maintenance of the following: bridges, high-rise buildings, dams, civil engineering structures, silos, highway pavements, tunnels, water containment structures, sewers, roofing, housing, coastal defences. Editor-in-Chief: M. Grantham locate/cscm Accept case studies articles only of up to 10 pages Fast publication Articles freely available to all upon publication Case Studies in Structural Engineering g covers the full range of structural material, behaviour, analysis and design issues relating to the full spectrum of structural types, e.g. buildings, bridges, towers, dams, etc. Editor-in-Chief: Kourosh Kayvani For more information about the journals and open access, visit the journal homepages

7 General Information (continued) TRB 2014 Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers Flash Drive Compatible web browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer 8 or newer; Google Chrome; Mozilla Firefox; Macintosh: Safari to 5.x; Mozilla Firefox (latest Mac OS and Java updates required); and UNIX/Linux: A Mozilla-based browser. Windows Computers: Insert flash drive into USB Port; select Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer (If popup window does not appear, use Start menu and select My Computer, then find and double-click flash drive/ removable disk ); double-click click_on_this_to_begin. htm ; allow blocked content (If blocked content popup appears, select Allow to enable full use of flash drive). Macintosh Computers: Insert flash drive into USB Port; wait for flash drive icon to appear, then double-click (If icon does not appear use Finder to locate it); double-click click_on_ this_to_begin.htm. Searching Without Java Enabled: (must know paper number) Use built-in search to find paper by entering its number in Search Term field, then select Paper Numbers in Search Within dropdown; for partial searches using wildcards: Greg? (with question mark) will match Gregg but not Gregorian ; however, Greg* (with asterisk) will match Gregg and Gregorian ; for file manager search, select TRB 2014 Compendium Data Only, then click Papers and use file manager search to find paper by number. Technical Support: Click How_to_use_this_USB_drive_ Help.htm and select Contacting Technical Support. Questions will be answered within 24 hours during normal business hours. Discussions Atttendees are welcome to submit a written discussion of any paper presented at the Annual Meeting. Written discussions will be considered for publication in the TRB Transportation Research Record series along with the paper being discussed. For the criteria used for discussions and for information on how to submit discussions for papers, see TRB Annual Meeting Online at or Information for Authors at TRB.org/AnnualMeeting. Workshops and Sessions More than 4,500 papers and presentations in more than 800 sessions and workshops will be given and discussed this week. A summary list of session and workshop titles for each day s schedule is provided on the Daily Index pages. Workshop time frames are Sunday, 9:00 a.m. noon and 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Session time frames (except for poster sessions) are as follows: 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m. 10:15 a.m. noon 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m. (Wednesday, 2:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.) 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m. (Wednesday, 4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m.) 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Session times are also provided on the Daily Index pages. Spotlight and Hot Topic Sessions More than 35 sessions and workshops will focus on the spotlight theme for the TRB 93rd Annual Meeting, January 12 16, 2014, in Washington, D.C.: Celebrating Our Legacy, Anticipating Our Future. This theme reflects the last year of the Annual Meeting at the Connecticut Avenue hotels, where it has been for nearly 60 years, and the move to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in These will be supplemented by 15 to 25 sessions and workshops on each of the following critical transportation issues: performance measurement, automated driving and connected vehicles, extreme weather events, and big data. Continuing Education Credits Nationally recognized Professional Development Hours (PDHs) may be claimed for attending the TRB Annual Meeting. Each hour of participation earns one (1) PDH; attendees must maintain their own records of attendance. TRB will confirm an individual s registration at the request of the licensing or certifying agency. A credit statement form for PDHs will be provided on page 15. Note that, at this time, neither TRB nor the 2014 Annual Meeting is certified with the New York or Florida state licensing boards. TRB will continue to work with state boards to become an approved provider of their continuing education credits. The American Planning Association (APA) program to certify Continuing Maintenance (CM) credits for retaining American Institute of Certified Planners certification (AICP) are offered at the 2014 TRB Annual Meeting. The sessions approved for CM credits are noted in the Annual Meeting Interactive Program, the Annual Meeting Mobile App, and this printed program. Please note that CM credits have been requested and are subject to approval. Meet-the-Author s Meet-the-Author s provide an opportunity to interact with authors in a more personal setting than the conventional lecture. Poster session papers meet the same review criteria as lectern presentations. Poster sessions are scheduled for Monday and Tuesday 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m. 10:45 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Wednesday 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m. 2:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Poster session authors are available to provide details about their research and answer questions. Please refer to the daily Sessions and Events sections for times and sponsoring committee information. See floor plans on page 355. Committee Meetings The meetings of TRB committees (except executive sessions) are open to all registrants. Meeting start times are the same as session times unless otherwise noted. Details are provided in the Committee Meetings section (pages ). Meeting times are also provided on the Daily Index pages. New Attendees New attendees are encouraged to wear the white ribbon received with registration materials on their name badges and to become involved in TRB committee activities. Long-time attendees are encouraged to offer assistance in navigating the TRB Annual Meeting to attendees identified by the New Attendee ribbon. General 5

8 General Information (continued) General Employment Opportunities Marriott, Madison B The Employment Opportunities room offers a venue for matching positions and candidates. Job seekers supply résumés, and employers post vacancies: Sunday, January 12 1:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Monday, January 13 Tuesday, January 14 7:30 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 15 7:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Newsrooms Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8205 Hilton, Convention Office 5 The Newsrooms will be open to credentialed press only: Sunday, January 12 7:30 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 14 Wednesday, January 15 7:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Service Centers Ready Rooms Marriott-Park Tower Suite 8228 Shoreham-Directors Hilton-Coats Ready rooms are available to presenters for uploading presentations prior to their session. Plan ahead and upload early. Saturday, January 11 2:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Sunday, January 12 8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Monday, January 13 7:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 14 7:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 15 7:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Thursday, January 16 No Ready Room service No Smoking Policy The use of tobacco products is strictly prohibited. Thank you for not smoking in TRB sessions. District of Columbia law prohibits smoking at all functions and events, and in public areas of the hotels. First Aid and Emergencies Basic first aid is available through the security departments of the meeting hotels. Pharmacies are within walking distance of each hotel. In case of emergencies, call the following numbers for instructions: Marriott: Dial 30; Shoreham: Dial 55; Hilton: Dial 60. Venue Information Accessibility TRB uses only facilities and vendors that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). No Internet Service The three meeting hotels have capacity issues and limited or no Internet connectivity in most areas due to the age and structure of the facilities, so TRB is unable to provide meeting-wide high-speed wireless Internet service. The hotels offer complimentary wifi in the lobbies and a few selected public spaces. Guest room wired and wireless Internet may be purchased for $10 $15 daily. Printed Materials Distribution Only conference announcements from nonprofit associated groups may be placed on shared information tables in the TRB registration areas; no posters are allowed. Staff is instructed to remove non-trb materials and signs from hotel public areas (lobbies, restaurants, meeting space, and hallways). Please help to keep the TRB Annual Meeting green by limiting flyers. Shuttle Service Between Hotels Marriott, 24th Street Entrance (by Harry s Pub) Shoreham, 24th and Calvert Street Hilton, Terrace Level T Street Complimentary shuttle service will run approximately every 20 minutes between the Washington Marriott Wardman Park, Omni Shoreham, and Washington Hilton Hotels. Additional shuttle service will run between the overflow hotels (Dupont Circle, Renaissance Mayflower, and Hotel Palomar) and the Marriott, where attendees Shuttle and Transportation can pick up the shuttle to the Shoreham and Hilton Hotels. Shuttles servicing the Churchill, Normandy, and Courtyard Dupont Circle drop off and pick up at the Hilton; shuttles servicing the Fairfax at Embassy Row Residence Inn Dupont Circle and West End Washington drop off and pick up at Hotel Palomar. Shuttles are wheelchair accessible. Sunday, January 12 7:30 a.m. 9:30 p.m Monday, January a.m. 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 14 6:30 a.m. 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 15 6:30 a.m. 7:00 p.m. Thursday, January 16 No shuttle service 6

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10 General TRB Minority Student Fellows Program The TRB Minority Student Fellows Program is a program intended to promote minority participation in transportation and in TRB. Now in its fifth year, the program provides financial assistance for minority students from a number of historically black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions to attend and present a research paper at the TRB Annual Meeting. Each participating institution selects a graduate student or advanced undergraduate in a transportation-related curriculum to participate in the program. The institutions also designate a faculty member to oversee the work of each student and to accompany the student to the TRB Annual Meeting. Eleven schools are participating in the program: California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Florida A&M University, Tallahassee; Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland; New Mexico State University, Las Cruces; North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Greensboro; South Carolina State University, Orangeburg; Texas Southern University, Houston; and University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Funding for this year s program was provided by TRB; the Federal Highway Administration, North Central Texas Council of Governments; Parsons Brinckerhoff; the South Coast Air Quality Management District, California; Stantec, Inc.; and through generous donations from Annual Meeting registrants. Each contributing organization provided support for the student and faculty mentor from a participating school, as follows: North Central Texas Council of Governments Texas Southern University; Stantec, Inc. Morgan State University; and South Coast Air Quality Management District California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Lindsay Allen is a senior at North Carolina A&T University, where she expects to receive her degree in supply chain management and transportation. Her research paper is titled Transporting Hazardous Materials (Session 256). Kofi Obeng is her faculty mentor. Jorge Marquez Balderrama is a Ph.D. student at New Mexico State University in the civil engineering department. His research paper is titled Preliminary Design Aid for Prestressed Normal Strength Concrete, High-Performance Concrete, and Ultra-High-Performance Concrete Bridge Girders (Session 488). David Jauregui is his faculty mentor. Allen Balderrama Keaton Browder is a master s student in civil engineering at Tennessee State University. His research paper is titled Case Study of Near Downtown University Campus Parking Problems (Session 636). Deo Chimba is his faculty mentor. Nemmi Nikkia Cole is a master s student in civil engineering at Florida A&M University, specializing in renewable energy and sustainability. Her research paper is titled Sustainable Use of Dredge Materials in Road Construction (Session 313). Doreen Kobelo is her faculty mentor. Browder Cole Go Right to the Primary Resource TRR Journal Online! TRB s TRR Journal Online website provides electronic access to the full text of more than 13,500 peer-reviewed papers that have been published as part of the Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board (TRR Journal) series since The site includes the latest in search and analysis technologies and is updated as new TRR Journal papers become available. The TRR Journal has long been recognized as one of the leading sources for scholarly research and practical papers on all aspects of transportation. Papers published in the TRR Journal have undergone a rigorous peer review process refereed by TRB Technical Committees. For information on subscription packages and pricing, contact the TRB Bookstore at or at explore the TRR Online service, visit 8

11 Stacy Holton is a master s student in civil engineering at Jackson State University. His research paper is titled Evaluation of Porcelain- Enamel Coated Steel Fiber Reinforcement in Cementitious and Geopolymeric Composite Materials (Session 310). Lin Li is his faculty mentor. Edson Ibanez is a master s student in urban and regional planning with a specialization in transportation. He is studying at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. His research paper is titled Integrating Transportation Hazards in Hazard Mitigation Plans: Findings from California Cities (Session 766). Richard Willson is his faculty mentor. Holton Ibanez Marcia Robin-Stoute is a master s student in transportation planning and management at Texas Southern University. Her research paper is titled Recommendations for Integrating Priced Facility Preference Questions into Travel Survey to Be Performed by North Central Texas Council of Governments (Session 258). Paul Simmons is her faculty mentor. Brittany Amanda Spell is a senior transportation systems student at Morgan State University in Maryland. Her research paper is titled Speed Pattern Analysis in the Proximity of Dynamic Message Signs Using a Driving Simulator (Session 366). Mansoureh Jeihani is her faculty mentor. Robin-Stoute Spell General Ana Lucia Lopez just completed her bachelor s degree in civil engineering at the University of Texas El Paso. Her research paper is titled Developing In Situ Moisture-Modulus Relationships for Compacted Subgrade Geomaterials (Session 620). Guirong Yan is her faculty mentor. Lopez Jamario White is a master s student in the science in transportation program with a specialization in transportation modal systems. He is studying at South Carolina State University. His research paper is titled Distracted Walking: What We Know and Data Needs (Session 515). Judith Mwakalonge is his faculty mentor. White Vernon Joseph Racehorse is a senior in civil engineering at the University of New Mexico. His research paper is titled Bus Rapid Transit System Deployment for High Quality and Cost-Effective Transit Service: A Comprehensive Review and Comparative Analysis (Session 631). Guohui Zhang is his faculty mentor. Racehorse Moving New Innovation to Practice Listening to your needs and nding the Smart Solutions 9

12 General Information (continued) General The Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting is being held at the following hotels: Meeting Hotels Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel 2660 Woodley Road, NW Washington, DC Omni Shoreham Hotel 2500 Calvert Street, NW Washington, DC Washington Hilton Hotel 1919 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington, DC Hotel Area Map Overflow Hotels The Churchill Hotel 1914 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington, DC Courtyard Dupont Circle 1900 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington, DC The Dupont Circle Hotel 1500 New Hampshire Avenue, NW Washington, DC The Fairfax at Embassy Row 2100 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC The Normandy Hotel 2118 Wyoming Avenue, NW Washington, DC Hotel Palomar Washington DC A Kimpton Hotel 2121 P Street, NW Washington, DC The Mayflower A Renaissance Hotel 1127 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington, DC Residence Inn Dupont Circle 2120 P Street, NW Washington, DC West End Washington Marriott nd Street, NW Washington, DC

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16 Schedule at a Glance TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH BOARD 93rd Annual Meeting 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. Noon 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. Sunday January 12 New Attendees Welcome Session Exhibit Hall Opening and Reception W O R K S H O P S W O R K S H O P S C O M M IT T E E S C O M M IT T E E S C O M M IT T E E S C O M M IT T E E S Monday January 13 S E S S I O N S S E S S I O N S S E S S I O N S S E S S I O N S P O S T E R S P O S T E R S P O S T E R S P O S T E R S Thomas B. Deen Distinguished Lecture E X H I B I T S C O M M IT T E E S C O M M IT T E E S C O M M IT T E E S C O M M IT T E E S Tuesday January 14 S E S S I O N S S E S S I O N S S E S S I O N S S E S S I O N S P O S T E R S P O S T E R S P O S T E R S P O S T E R S E X H I B I T S C O M M IT T E E S C O M M IT T E E S C O M M IT T E E S C O M M IT T E E S Wednesday January 15 S E S S I O N S S E S S I O N S Chairman s Luncheon S E S S I O N S S E S S I O N S P O S T E R S P O S T E R S C O M M IT T E E S C O M M IT T E E S Thursday January 16 W O R K S H O P S 8 p.m. 9 p.m. 10 p.m. Young Professionals Reception C O M M IT T E E S S E S S I O N S P O S T E R S C O M M IT T E E S S E S S I O N S P O S T E R S 11 p.m. 14

17 Keep this statement for your records. Professional Development Hours Credit Statement for Registrant Records Many licensure and certification agencies require the demonstration of continuing professional competency. Your attendance at this meeting entitles you to earn Professional Development Hour (PDH) units. This form is for your use in maintaining a record of the PDH units you have earned at this meeting. Complete this form and retain it. Please do not return it to TRB. We recommend that you save the entire Final Program for your records in case the licensure or certification agency requests information. Reporting is done on an honor basis, and members are responsible for maintaining their own records. The table below shows the PDHs that can be earned for the continuing education activities included in the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board held in Washington, D.C., January 12 16, Mark R. Norman Director, Technical Activities Workshops 1 (Saturday) Title: Hours shown in Final Program: Workshops 1 (Sunday) Title: Hours shown in Final Program: Title: Hours shown in Final Program: Sessions Day Time Number Title Hours Monday 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m :30 a.m. 10:15 a.m :15 a.m. noon :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m :00 p.m. 3:45 p.m :45 p.m. 5:30 p.m :15 p.m. 6:00 p.m :30 p.m. 9:30 p.m Tuesday 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m :30 a.m. 10:15 a.m :15 a.m. noon :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m :00 p.m. 3:45 p.m :45 p.m. 5:30 p.m :15 p.m. 6:00 p.m :30 p.m. 9:30 p.m Wednesday 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m :30 a.m. 10:15 a.m :15 a.m. noon :30 p.m. 4:00 p.m :45 p.m. 4:30 p.m :30 p.m. 6:00 p.m :30 p.m. 9:30 p.m Thursday 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m :15 a.m. noon 1.75 Author of paper(s) found at TRB Annual Meeting Online Title: Title: TRB Standing Committees and Task Forces: Total: Hours Earned Name Date 1 Presenters should multiply hours by 2. Credit is valid for presenting for the first time only and does not apply to full-time faculty. 2 Appointed members only. Credits are not earned until the end of each year of service is completed.

18 Daily Index: Sunday, January 12 SUN Sessions and Events MARRIOTT 9:00 a.m. noon 100 Advances in Geotechnical Data Management and Visualization, Washington B6 101 Benefits of Geotechnical Instrumentation: Case Histories from Transportation Applications, Delaware A 102 Concrete Research for Transportation Applications: Celebrating Our Legacy and Anticipating Our Future, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 163), Washington B3 103 Crowd Flow Dynamics, Modeling, and Management, Washington B5 104 Designing Safety for All Road Users, Maryland B 105 Doctoral Student Research in Asphalt Materials and Mixtures, Washington B1 106 Doctoral Student Research in Transportation Operations and Traffic Control, Virginia A 107 Hitting the Ground Running: Choosing and Navigating a Successful Career Path Workshop for Young and New Transportation Professionals, Madison A 108 MAP-21: Delivering Transportation Projects in a Digital World, Thurgood Marshall East 109 Motorcycle Licensing Systems and Their Effect on Rider Participation in Renewal Training and Safety Outcomes, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 167), Maryland A 110 Multimodal Performance Measurement in Traffic Signal Systems, Washington B4 111 Preserving the Lost Art of Geometric Design: Tools, Techniques, and Talent Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going in Design Decision Making, Virginia B 112 Raising the Transportation Communications Bar: Innovative Tools for Engaging and Promoting Active Communications, Thurgood Marshall South 113 Reliability Assessments for Nondestructive Evaluation Technologies, Virginia C 114 Seismic Pushover Analysis: Using AASHTO Guide Specifications for LRFD Seismic Bridge Design and FHWA Retrofit Manual, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 171), Maryland C 115 State-of-the-Art Use and Application of High-Performance Thin Asphalt Overlays, Salon Understanding the Concrete Pavement Research Road Map, Thurgood Marshall West 117 Using the Roadside Safety Analysis Program, Part 1: Tutorial (Part 2, Session 176), Washington B2 118 What Are the New Frontiers to Improve How We Manage Traffic Incidents? Thurgood Marshall North SHOREHAM 119 Advancing the State of Freight Transportation, Part 1: Network and Logistics Modeling (Part 2, Session 178), Ambassador 120 Automated Collection of Distress Data: Technology and Innovation, Hampton 121 Aviation 101: How to Get Involved and Make a Difference, Palladian 122 Cost of Railway Congestion, Capitol 123 Freight Data Disaggregation for Modeling and Analysis: Recent Advances and Development of Short-Term Research Road Map, Congressional 124 Freight: It s Everybody s Business, Executive 125 Innovative Doctoral Research from Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program, Empire 126 Marine Transportation 101: Exploring the World of Water Transportation, Governors 127 One Hundred Years of the Panama Canal: Legacy and Future, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 182), Blue Room 128 Preparing for the Near Future of Aviation with Integrated NextGen and Unmanned Aerial Systems, Diplomat 129 Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008, Section 209: Voices of Implementation Experience and Insights, Regency Ballroom HILTON 130 Accessing and Using FHWA Transportation Databases: Highway Performance Monitoring System, Travel Monitoring Analysis System, and Series 500 Data, Georgetown East 131 Attracting and Retaining the Best and Brightest Workforce for the New Organization, Columbia Hall Behavioral Economics: Understanding Choices in Road, Transit, and Parking Pricing, Lincoln East 133 Big Data and Open Data for Transportation Services and Public Engagement, Columbia Hall Designing Urban Streets for the 21st Century, Columbia Hall Driverless Cars and Other New Types of Vehicles (CANCELLED) 136 Embedded Rail Slab Track: Structure or Flexible Pavement? Part 1 (Part 2, Session 193), Columbia Hall Innovations in Shared-Use Mobility and Transportation Demand Management: Trends and Policy Updates, Monroe 138 Learning from International Innovations, Columbia Hall Light-Rail Transit Innovations and Urban Insertion, Georgetown West 140 National Geospatial Resources for Transportation Decisions, Jefferson East 141 Operations and Capital Improvement Strategies for Targeting Performance Management Goals (CANCELLED) 142 Opportunities for Accommodating New Technologies, Apps, and Data Capture in Improving and Regulating Taxis, Gunston 143 Parking Policy and Urban Mobility: Expanding Our Understanding, Columbia Hall Particulate Matter Hot Spot Analyses: Research and Applications, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 196), Jefferson West 145 Public Transport Policy Development and Challenges: India, China, and Mexico, Columbia Hall Ridesharing as a Complement to Transit, Columbia Hall Role of Climate Resilience in Shaping Sustainable Transport Systems of the Future, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 201), Lincoln West 148 Sensing Technologies for Transportation Applications, Columbia Hall Stated-Preference Modeling of Group Decisions, Columbia Hall States Are Leading the Charge on Transportation Revenue Initiatives Why Not Washington, D.C.? International East 151 The Next 50 Years in Travel Analysis: What We Don t Know but Need to Know, Columbia Hall 8 16

19 Daily Index: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 152 Transit Performance Measurement and MAP-21, International West 153 Transportation Noise and Historic Properties, Columbia Hall What Does Accessibility Really Mean in Low-Income Communities? New Findings on Multimodal Access, Employment, and Health Outcomes, Cabinet 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. BY TICKET ONLY TICKET 155A Expanding and Extending the Risk Reduction Benefits of Alcohol Interlocks TICKET 155B Human Factors Issues for Safety of Emergency Responder Vehicles TICKET 155C Is the Partially Automated Car Semiautonomous or Semimanual? TICKET 155D How Will Emerging Technologies and Design Features of New Vehicles Affect Older Drivers? TICKET 155E Supervision of Young Drivers During the Learner License Period: Evidence, Efforts, and Evaluation TICKET 155F Apps for Drivers: Is It Really the Wild, Wild West? TICKET 155G Pathway to Command Performance: Applying Human Factors Principles to Emergency and Operational Command Centers TICKET 155H Let There Be Light But When and Where? TICKET 155I Mobility for All Users: Understanding Barriers for Working-Age Adults with Cognitive Impairments and Anxiety Disorders MARRIOTT 9:30 a.m. noon 156 Long-Term Pavement Performance State Coordinators Meeting, Wilson A KECK 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 157 Introduction to SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study Data Access Website, Room 100 MARRIOTT 158 Applications of the Systemic Approach to Safety, Virginia C 159 Back to Basics: Fostering and Nurturing Research Agendas, Thurgood Marshall South 160 Characterization of Foundations of Bridges and Other Structures for Reuse, Thurgood Marshall East 161 Civil Integrated Management: Paradigm Shift, Our Legacy, and Our Future, Wilson A 162 Comparison of Surrogate Measures of Safety Extracted from Video Data, Madison A 163 Concrete Research for Transportation Applications: Celebrating Our Legacy and Anticipating Our Future, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 102), Washington B3 164 Congestion Pricing and Managed Lanes: 20 Years of Learning Where Have We Been, Where Are We Now, and Where Are We Going? Thurgood Marshall North 165 Current Practice in Application of Recycled Asphalt Pavement and Recycled Asphalt Shingle in Hot-Mix Asphalt: National and International Perspectives, Salon Effect of Falling-Weight Deflectometer Pulse Duration on Measured and Predicted Pavement Structural Response, Virginia B 167 Motorcycle Licensing Systems and Their Effect on Rider Participation in Renewal Training and Safety Outcomes, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 109), Maryland A 168 Nonnuclear Methods for Compaction Control of Unbound Materials, Washington B6 169 Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Strategies for University Campuses and Peripheral Areas, Maryland B 170 Reliable Real-Time Traveler Information Systems, Washington B1 171 Seismic Pushover Analysis: Using AASHTO Guide Specifications for LRFD Seismic Bridge Design and FHWA Retrofit Manual, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 114), Maryland C 172 Simulation: Looking Back and Looking Ahead, Washington B5 173 Steel Bridge Fabrication, Erection, and Construction Issues Affecting Design Decisions: What Every Bridge Designer Needs to Know, Virginia A 174 Successes in Accelerated Project Delivery, Delaware A 175 Use of SHRP 2 Products in the Real World, Thurgood Marshall West 176 Using the Roadside Safety Analysis Program, Part 2: User Experiences (Part 1, Session 117), Washington B2 177 What Are Transportation Operations, and Why Should I Care? Washington B4 SHOREHAM 178 Advancing the State of Freight Transportation, Part 2: Measuring Freight Fluidity Performance (Part 1, Session 119), Ambassador 179 Bridge and Tunnel Safety and Security, Diplomat 180 Environmental Design: Fifth E for Advancement of Toward Zero Deaths Initiatives, Palladian 181 Harmonization of CO 2 Calculation for Freight Transport: Progress Report, Capitol 182 One Hundred Years of the Panama Canal: Legacy and Future, Part 2: Looking to the Future Assets and Challenges (Part 1, Session 127), Blue Room 183 Prefabricated Bridge Elements and Systems for Accelerated Bridge Construction, Empire 184 Reducing Evaporative Emissions in Marine Transportation, Governors 185 Status of State Rail Planning: Coordinating, Collaborating, and Implementing, Congressional 186 Sustainability Assessment of Pavement Systems, Executive 187 What s the Big Data Deal for Aviation? Hampton HILTON 188 Activity-Travel Behavioral Impacts and Travel Demand Modeling Implications of Driverless Cars, Columbia Hall Advancing Environmental Research in Transportation: TRB Forum for Collaboration, Integration, and Objective Solutions Two Decades of Progress, Columbia Hall Applying the Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual, Third Edition, Georgetown West 191 Challenge of Documenting Complex Traveler Response Scenarios and Benefits of Having Such Data to Inform Transportation Policies, Columbia Hall Current Developments and Impacts of Natural Gas in Transportation, Gunston 193 Embedded Rail Slab Track: Structure or Flexible Pavement? Part 2 (Part 1, Session 136), Columbia Hall Local Traffic Counting on All Roads, Jefferson East SUN 17

20 Daily Index: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 195 Noise Impact Assessment: Case Studies of FTA- and FHWA- Approved Projects, Monroe 196 Particulate Matter Hot Spot Analyses: Research and Applications, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 144), Jefferson West 197 Planning for 2015 National Household Travel Survey, Columbia Hall Reconciling Transportation and Air Quality Planning to Promote Sustainable Development, Columbia Hall Reimagining the Public Meeting, Georgetown East 200 Rethinking the Transportation Organization in the New Millennium, Cabinet 201 Role of Climate Resilience in Shaping Sustainable Transport Systems of the Future, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 147), Lincoln West 202 Single-Payment Method: Multiple Modes of Travel, Columbia Hall State of Public Transportation Safety in the United States: Impacts of MAP-21 and Leading Practices, International West 204 The Present and Future of Project Finance, Columbia Hall Thriving, Not Just Surviving the MAP-21 Implementation Process: Federal, State, and Local Guidance, International East 206 To the Future and Beyond: Big Ideas That Change Transportation as We Know It, Lincoln East 207 Transit s Reach: First Mile Last Mile, Columbia Hall Transportation Data Competition, Columbia Hall Transportation Impacts of the Global Economic Crisis, Columbia Hall What Is a Risk-Based Transportation Asset Management Plan? Columbia Hall 6 MARRIOTT HILTON 5:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Networking Reception for Committee Communication Coordinators, Wilson A 7:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. International Participants Welcome Reception, International East MARRIOTT 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 211 Carrying Forward the Lessons of Superstorm Sandy, Salon 1 MARRIOTT 9:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. Young Professionals Reception, Salon 3 Meetings 8:00 a.m. 9:15 a.m. Research Subcommittee, AHB40(1.1), Marriott, Balcony A User Liaison Subcommittee, AHB40(5.0), Marriott, Park Tower Suite :00 a.m. noon Technical Activities Council (members only, breakfast), Marriott, Congressional 9:00 a.m. noon AHB40 AHB40 A :00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. Planning and Preliminary AHB40 Engineering Subcommittee, AHB40(4.1), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 Signalized Intersections AHB40 Subcommittee, AHB40(3.1), Marriott, Balcony A Noon-2:00 p.m. Technical Activities Council A0000 and Section Chairs Lunch (members only), Marriott, stone s throw Private Dining Room 1:30 p.m. 2:45 p.m. Two-Lane Highways Subcommittee, AHB40(2.2), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 Interchanges Subcommittee, AHB40(3.4), Marriott, Balcony A 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. AHB40 AHB40 Pavement Management AFD10 Systems International Conferences Subcommittee, AFD10(3), Marriott, Congressional 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Emerging Freeway Operations AHB20 Concepts Subcommittee, AHB20(6), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Asset Management for Traffic AHB25 Signal Systems Subcommittee, AHB25(6), Marriott, Park Tower Suite :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Multimodal Traffic Signal Systems Subcommittee, AHB25(5), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8216 AHB25 SHOREHAM 2:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. New Attendees Welcome Session, Regency Ballroom MARRIOTT 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Opening Reception, Exhibit Hall International Activities Committee, Hilton, Fairchild 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Planning for the Conference on Small and Medium-Sized Communities Subcommittee, ADA30(1), Hilton, Albright 9:30 a.m. 10:45 a.m. Bike and Ped Subcommittee, AHB40(4.2), Marriott, Balcony A Active Traffic Management Subcommittee, AHB40(1.4), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 A0010 ADA30 AHB40 AHB40 3:00 p.m. 4:15 p.m. Urban Streets Subcommittee, AHB40(3.3), Marriott, Balcony A Freeways and Highways Subcommittee, AHB40(2.1), Marriott, Park Tower Suite :00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Freeway Management Handbook Subcommittee, AHB20(1), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 AHB40 AHB40 AHB20 18

21 Daily Index: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Young Professionals Subcommittee, AH000(1), Marriott, Jackson 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. New Chair Orientation, Hilton, Jay 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. AH000 AD000 Joint Meeting of the Freight Systems and Marine Group Executive Boards (dinner), Shoreham, Forum 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. AW000 Design and Construction Group AF000 Leadership Reception, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Safety and System Users AN000 Group Young Member Council Subcommittee, AN000(2), Marriott, Harding 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Pavement Management Section AFD00 Executive Board (members only, dinner), Marriott, Congressional SUN Design and Construction Group AF000 Younger Members Subcommittee, (AFOOO(4) Shoreham, Calvert 4:30 p.m. 5:45 p.m. Traffic Simulation Applications AHB40 Subcommittee, AHB40(1.2), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 Unsignalized Intersections AHB40 Subcommittee, AHB40(3.2), Marriott, Balcony A 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Transportation Statistics Interest Group Open Meeting, Hilton, Fairchild 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. ABJ80 Freeway Operations Research AHB20 Needs Subcommittee, AHB20(3), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Freight Systems and Marine AT000 Group Young Members Council Subcommittee, AT000(1), Shoreham, Senate Operations and Preservation, AHB00 and Safety and System Users Groups Leadership Reception (members only), Marriott, McKinley 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Data and Information Systems ABJ00 Section Executive Board (members only, dinner), Hilton, Independence Transportation System Policy, ADA00 Planning, and Process Section Executive Board (dinner), Hilton, Holmead 6:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Freeway Operations Conference Planning Subcommittee, AHB20(4), Marriott, Park Tower Suite :00 p.m. 8:15 p.m. Interrupted-Flow Group Subcommittee, AHB40(3.0), Marriott, Balcony A Uninterrupted-Flow Group Subcommittee, AHB40(2.0), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 AHB20 AHB40 AHB40 7:15 p.m. 9:15 p.m. Safety Section Executive Board ANB00 (dinner), Marriott, Truman Users Performance Section AND00 Executive Board (dinner), Marriott, Taylor Pedestrians and Cycles Section ANF00 Executive Board (dinner), Marriott, Taft 7:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m. Rockfall Management Subcommittee, AFP10(1), Marriott, Hoover Unbound Granular Materials Subcommittee, AFP70(1), Marriott, Coolidge 8:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Freeway Simulation Subcommittee, AHB20(2), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 AFP10 AFP70 AHB20 19

22 Sessions and and Events: Events: Sunday, Sunday, January 12 January (continued) :00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Washington B6 HOT TOPIC 101 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Delaware A SUN Advances in Geotechnical Data Management and Visualization Robert C. Bachus, GeoSyntec Consultants, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Earthworks Committee and Soil and Rock Properties Committee The transportation industry is using modern technology to acquire significantly more geotechnical and construction-related data, particularly on critical projects. The challenge facing the engineering community is how to efficiently collect, compile, reduce, and interpret these data. This workshop presents demonstrations of data management and data visualization techniques that address these challenges. Case histories will be used to illustrate the advantages of these techniques. Next Steps for Data Interchange for Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Specialists Robert Schweinfurth, American Society of Civil Engineers Data Management and Visualization Using ARGUS: Past, Present, and Future Edmund Kirby, itmsoil, United Kingdom Managing Performance Data from Mechanically Stabilized Earth Reinforcement Kenneth L. Fishman, McMahon & Mann Consulting Engineers, PC New Extensions of GIS-Based Visualization and Cloud-Based Data Management Raphael Siebenmann, GeoSyntec Consultants Lessons from Building Information Management Systems and Structural Health Monitoring Semiha Ergan, Carnegie Mellon University Evolution and Future of Commercial Data Management and Visualization Software Scott Deaton, Dataforensics Panel Discussion: Future Directions and Commercial Viability of Data Visualization and Analysis W. Allen Marr, GEOCOMP Corporation; J. David Frost, Georgia Institute of Technology; Hai Tien-Yu, itmsoil; Katherine C. Braddy, Caterpillar Inc.; Loren Turner, California Department of Transportation; Marc Hoit, North Carolina State University; Roger Chandler, Keynetix Ltd.; Salvatore Corona, Bentley Benefits of Geotechnical Instrumentation: Case Histories from Transportation Applications John A. Siekmeier, Minnesota Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Soils and Rock Instrumentation Committee; Engineering Behavior of Unsaturated Soils Committee; Soil and Rock Properties Committee; Geosynthetics Committee; and Mineral Aggregates Committee Recently the use of instrumentation before and during the construction of transportation infrastructure has increased. This use has aided in verification of design criteria and assumed soil and rock properties, minimized unexpected costs, reduced risk, and provided greater value through resource optimization. The presenters provide information on case studies and deployed instrumentation systems that have benefited design and construction and are of interest to practitioners and researchers. Cost-Saving Project Alternative: Real-Time Settlement Monitoring Derrick Dasenbrock, Minnesota Department of Transportation Developing Sensors for Monitoring Moisture in Roads and Bridges, Part 1 Colin Sanford Campbell, Decagon Devices, Inc. Deploying Sensors for Monitoring Moisture in Roads and Bridges, Part 2 W. Spencer Guthrie, Brigham Young University Instrumentation for Long-Term Monitoring of 40-Year-Old Landslide in Vermont Jeff Lloyd, Golder Associates Inc. Geotechnical Instrumentation for Calibrating Models and Diagnosing Construction Problems David Lee Petersen, Itasca Consulting Group, Inc. Geotechnical Monitoring with Optical Fiber Sensors and Experiences in Central America Luis Loria-Salazar, University of Costa Rica Monitoring Rock Excavations for Widening Interstate 90 in Snoqualmie Pass, Washington State Norman I. Norrish, Wyllie & Norrish Rock Engineers Inc. Geotechnical Instrumentation to Monitor Performance of Interstate 20 Bridge in Vicksburg, Mississippi Malay Ghose Hajra, University of New #TRBAM Transportation Research Board 20

23 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 102 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Washington B3 Concrete Research for Transportation Applications: Celebrating Our Legacy and Anticipating Our Future, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 163) Mohammad Shamim Khan, Professional Service Industries, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Properties of Concrete Committee; Basic Research and Emerging Technologies Related To Concrete Committee; Nanotechnology-Based Concrete Materials Task Force; Durability of Concrete Committee; and Concrete Materials and Placement Techniques Committee This full-day workshop features an all-star lineup of legacy speakers discussing the past, present, and future of concrete research and implementation. Part 1 of the workshop begins with speakers presenting past key research accomplishments that have dramatically shaped our concrete transportation infrastructure. In Part 2 speakers present the pressing concrete research needs and future challenges. A panel discussion will end this essential workshop. Concrete in Transportation: Advancements Made During the Past Decades Surendra P. Shah, Northwestern University Key Advancements in Understanding Concrete Materials and Mechanisms Edward J. Garboczi, National Institute of Standards and Technology Quality Assurance in Concrete Construction: Doing Things Better Robert Douglas Hooton, University of Toronto, Canada Implementing a Legacy in Concrete Pavements and Bridges M. Myint Lwin and Suneel N. Vanikar, Federal Highway Administration 104 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Maryland B Designing Safety for All Road Users Bevan Kirley, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, presiding Sponsored by Safety and System Users Group; Occupant Protection Committee; Vehicle User Characteristics Committee; Pedestrians Committee; Bicycle Transportation Committee; Safety and System Users Group Young Members Council Subcommittee; Truck and Bus Safety Committee; Motorcycles and Mopeds Committee; and Young Members Council From pedestrians to tractor-trailers, road users of different varieties need safe accommodation on the roadways. This workshop, aimed at new and young TRB meeting participants and any professional interested in increasing his or her knowledge of this topic, presents an overview of the research that goes into keeping different road users safe. Occupant Protection James L. Nichols, Nichols and Associates Vehicle User Characteristics Alison Smiley, Human Factors North, Inc., Canada Pedestrians Meghan Mitman, Fehr and Peers Transportation Consultants Bicycle Transportation Jamie Parks, City of Oakland Motorcycles and Mopeds Sherry Williams, Motorcycle Safety Foundation Truck and Bus Safety Jeffrey Hickman, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute SUN 103 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Washington B5 Crowd Flow Dynamics, Modeling, and Management Robert Lawrence Bertini, Portland State University, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee The Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee brings together experts from disciplines working on crowd flow theory, modeling, operations, and management. At this workshop chairs of the Subcommittee on Pedestrian Crowd Flow Dynamics, Modeling, and Management will discuss research needs and research plans through an open forum. As a taste of what to expect in coming years, experts in the field will present the state of the art in crowd dynamics and discuss future research needs. Simulation Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University Mathematics Paola Goatin, INRIA Empirics Armin Seyfried, University of Wuppertal, Germany; Jeroen Van den Heuvel, Delft University of Technology Crowd Management Tobiaz Kretz, PTV Group, Germany Analogies in Different Fields: What Can We Learn from Other Disciplines? Majid Sarvi, Monash University, Australia Download the 94th Annual Meeting Mobile App on your mobile device. (Internet to download is available in the hotel lobby.) Search the App Store for TRB 2014 or visit 21

24 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 105 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Washington B1 Doctoral Student Research in Asphalt Materials and Mixtures Carl Johnson, Northwest Asphalt Products, Inc.; Amit Bhasin, University of Texas, Austin; and Silvia Caro, Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia, presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Asphalt Materials Committee; General Issues in Asphalt Technology Committee; Characteristics of Nonasphalt Components of Asphalt Paving Mixtures Committee; Characteristics of Asphalt-Aggregate Combinations to Meet Surface Requirements Committee; and Characteristics of Asphalt Paving Mixtures to Meet Structural Requirements Committee This workshop serves as a roundtable for doctoral students to present their research and obtain valuable feedback from the audience. It provides current information on their asphalt research conducted at selected universities. The workshop includes discussion and exercises for doctoral students and recent PhD graduates to develop problem statements based on their research. What Does a Young Faculty Member Do? Cassie A. Hintz, North Carolina State University Research Needs Statements: Foundation of Successful Proposals Andrew Braham, University of Arkansas; Shane Underwood, Arizona State University Examination of Damage Mechanism in Asphalt Under Mechanical Loading Using Atomic Force Microscope Rezwan Jahangir, Texas A&M University Fundamental Study of Moisture Susceptibility of Nano-Sized Hydrated Lime-Modified Foamed Warm-Mix Asphalt Aboelkasim Diab, Michigan Technological University Using Finite Element Model Tool to Predict Cooling Curves for Newly Paved Asphalt Concrete Layers Hussein Kassem, American University of Beirut, Lebanon Identification, Quantification, and Estimation of Effects of Aggregate Mineralogy on Asphalt Mixture Durability Sara Anastasio, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Influence of Evaporative Recovery Methods on Microstructure Characterization and Rheological Behavior of Emulsion Residues Pooyan Kabir, Texas A&M University 106 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Virginia A Doctoral Student Research in Transportation Operations and Traffic Control Michael A. Knodler, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Control Devices Committee; Traffic Signal Systems Committee; Highway Capacity and Quality of Service Committee; Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee; Work Zone Traffic Control Committee; and Operational Effects of Geometrics Committee This workshop is intended as an opportunity for doctoral students nearing the completion of their academic requirements to present their research findings. For practitioners and researchers in attendance, this session provides a current snapshot of the ongoing, state-of-the-art, and cutting-edge research in transportation operations and traffic control at universities across the world. Incorporating Incident Impacts into Travel Demand Forecasting Modeling for Transportation Planning Process Jaesup Lee, Virginia Department of Transportation Exploration of Driver Variability in Car-Following Behavior: Impacts of Emotions Bryan Higgs, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Quantifying the impact of real-time vehicle location information on transit ridership Candace Brakewood, Georgia Institute of Technology Privacy-Aware Urban Traffic Modeling Using Mobile Sensing Data Zhanbo Sun, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Development of Next-Generation Traffic Control Technology for Self-Driving Vehicles Within the Framework of Social Justice Milos Mladenovic, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Effects of Data Resolution and Human Behavior on Large Scale Evacuation Simulations Wei Lu, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Modeling Driver Behavior in a Connected Environment Alireza Talebpour, Northwestern University Modeling the Dynamics of Driver s Dilemma Zone Perception at Signalized Intersections Sahar Ghanipoor Machiani, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University City of Detroit Signal Removal Program Michael H. Schrader, Wayne State University 107 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Madison A Hitting the Ground Running: Choosing and Navigating a Successful Career Path Workshop for Young and New Transportation Professionals Pete Jenior, Kittelson & Associates, Inc., and Lucy Phillips Priddy, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, presiding Sponsored by Young Members Council; Design and Construction Group; and Design Section This workshop provides a candid examination and discussion of the career paths of assorted professionals at various stages in their journey. The speakers will discuss the career choices they have made and provide some insight into what it is like to work in their respective sectors. The workshop concludes with interaction in which the audience engages the speakers and other sector representatives in an entertaining and useful format. Private-Sector Perspective Robert Andrew Douglas, Golder Associates; Brian L. Ray, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.; Jason D. Gregorie, Applied Building Sciences Nonprofit and Association Perspective Brittney Kohler, American Society of Civil Engineers; Katherine Kortum, Transportation Research Board; Aimee Custis, Coalition for Smarter Growth Federal Government Perspective Hillary N. Isebrands, Federal Highway Administration; Michael T. McNerney, Federal Aviation Administration; Gordon Rex Keller, USDA Forest Service (retired) State and Local Government Perspective Barton A. Thrasher, Virginia Department of Transportation; James B. Wagner, Indian Nations Council of Governments; James Henson, District Department of Transportation Academics Perspective Alison J. Conway, City College of New York; Tara Cavalline, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Richard Jon Porter, University of Utah 22

25 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 108 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall East MAP-21: Delivering Transportation Projects in a Digital World Danny L. Kahler, Kahler Engineering Group, and Ramankutty Kannankutty, Minnesota Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Application of Emerging Technologies to Design and Construction Committee; Construction Management Committee; and Revenue and Finance Committee MAP-21 encourages, promotes, and funds advanced digital modeling for all federally funded transportation projects. This workshop investigates the professional and organizational practice methods and processes that need modernization before this emerging technology can become a mainstream practice in project delivery. Although the technologies are already readily available, the primary challenges are rooted in psychology, human behavior, and legacy organizational requirements. FHWA Policy Development for Implementing MAP-21 Requirements of Delivering Projects Using Advanced Digital Modeling Bryan Cawley, Federal Highway Administration State DOT Process Modernizations Required to Deliver Projects Using Advanced Digital Modeling Craig Ruyle, New York State Department of Transportation Implementation of Digital Delivery Within Florida Department of Transportation James Driggers, Jr., and Teresa Thrasher, Florida Department of Transportation Embracing the Future: Opportunities for a Competitive Edge Renée Tietjen, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Digital Transformation of Design Construction Interface Jennifer Whyte, University of Reading, United Kingdom Legal Issues Surrounding Use of Digital Intellectual Property on Design and Construction Projects Larry W. Thomas, Thomas Law Firm Panel Discussion Bryan Cawley, Federal Highway Administration; Craig Ruyle, New York State Department of Transportation; James Driggers, Jr., Florida Department of Transportation; Renée Tietjen, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; Jennifer Whyte, University of Reading, United Kingdom; Larry W. Thomas, Thomas Law Firm 109 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Maryland A Motorcycle Licensing Systems and Their Effect on Rider Participation in Renewal Training and Safety Outcomes, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 167) Sherry Williams, Motorcycle Safety Foundation, and Robert D. Foss, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, presiding Sponsored by Motorcycles and Mopeds Committee and Operator Education and Regulation Committee This workshop, designed for policy makers and researchers, reviews the content and effectiveness of motor vehicle licensing systems in domestic and international jurisdictions. Presentations explore the safety outcomes of licensing practices and include such topics as linking licensing and training, effectiveness of motorcycle-specific graduated licensing systems, and effects of supplemental training courses in hazard awareness and refresher, reentry, or lifelong training. Incorporating Hazard Perception Training and Testing in Motorcycle Licensing Ramond Ochs, Motorcycle Safety Foundation 23 Designing Licensing Systems to Promote Lifelong Learning Chanyoung Lee, University of South Florida; Sherry Williams, Motorcycle Safety Foundation Licensing Approaches for Older Riders and Returning Riders William Henry Schneider, University of Akron Unlicensed Riding and Ways to Increase Licensing Alan Scott McKnight, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation 110 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Washington B4 HOT TOPIC Multimodal Performance Measurement in Traffic Signal Systems Peter J. V. Koonce, City of Portland, Oregon, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Signal Systems Committee and Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations Committee This workshop summarizes the discussions from the Traffic Signal Systems Committee s 2013 midyear workshop on multimodal performance measurement in traffic signal systems. That workshop s theme was You Get What You Measure and included sessions highlighting the emerging practices in performance-based, outcome-oriented traffic signal systems :00 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Virginia B Preserving the Lost Art of Geometric Design: Tools, Techniques, and Talent Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going in Design Decision Making Hermanus Jacobus Steyn, Kittelson & Associates, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Geometric Design Committee; Operational Effects of Geometrics Committee; Transportation and Land Development Committee; Landscape and Environmental Design Committee; Context Sensitive Design/Solutions (CSD/CSS) Task Force; Highway Capacity and Quality of Service Committee; and Highway Safety Performance Committee This workshop is the fourth in the series Preserving the Lost Art of Geometric Design: Tools, Techniques, and Talent, with a focus on the geometric design methodology. The discussion focuses on opportunities to incorporate performance-based decision making in the project development process. Application of the Highway Safety Manual, Highway Capacity Manual, and other objective and subjective tools will be presented in geometric design case studies. Overview Hermanus Jacobus Steyn, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Workshop Introduction Richard C. Coakley, CH2M Hill Livability and Sustainability Keith J. Harrison, Federal Highway Administration Performance-Based Design Richard Jon Porter, University of Utah Highway Safety Performance Michael Dimaiuta, Genex Systems Highway Capacity and Quality of Service Loren D. Bloomberg, CH2M Hill Trade-offs in Project Development Process Brian Toombs, Burgess & Niple, Inc. Case Study Overview Hillary N. Isebrands, Federal Highway Administration; Scott Waterman, Wilson & Company Breakout Group Setup and Facilitation Hermanus Jacobus Steyn, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Group Discussion and Research Needs Development Hermanus Jacobus Steyn, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Closing Remarks Eric T. Donnell, Pennsylvania State University SUN

26 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 112 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South Raising the Transportation Communications Bar: Innovative Tools for Engaging and Promoting Active Communications Jeffrey L. Western, Western Management and Consulting, LLC, and Mia Zmud, MZ Insights, presiding Sponsored by Technical Activities Council; Public Involvement in Transportation Committee; and Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Committee Learn how transportation organizations are raising the communications bar with social media and other emerging tools in a hands-on interactive format. Various organizations will present, in a breakout group format, how they are using innovative tools to communicate with their audiences. Each presentation will be followed by a discussion with workshop participants on practical experiences and lessons learned. Participants will rotate from breakout groups, sharing information about communication. Welcome and Introduction Jeffrey L. Western, Western Management and Consulting, LLC Communications Tools Overview Lloyd D. Brown, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials New York City Department of Transportation Robin Lester Kenton and Alex Engel, New York City Department of Transportation Missouri Department of Transportation Mara K. Campbell, Missouri Department of Transportation Coalition for Smarter Growth Aimee Custis, Coalition for Smarter Growth LA Metro Danielle Valentino, LA Metro Massachusetts Department of Transportation Cyndi Roy-Gonzalez, Massachusetts Department of Transportation City Bike Dani Simons, City Bike Notetakers Ananda Rama Palanisamy, Citizant, Inc.; Shana Johnson, Foursquare Integrated Transportation Planning; Meghan Makoid, Charlotte Area Transit System; Susan Bregman, Oak Square Resources, LLC 113 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Virginia C Reliability Assessments for Nondestructive Evaluation Technologies Glenn Washer, University of Missouri, Columbia, and Shane D. Boone, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Field Testing and Nondestructive Evaluation of Transportation Structures Committee The use of nondestructive evaluation (NDE) technologies for condition assessment of transportation structures is increasing. Given the importance of NDE results in decision making regarding maintenance and repair needs, variations in results often experienced can present a challenge for implementation. This workshop presents methods and techniques for assessing the reliability of NDE technologies. It is intended for researchers and practitioners concerned with application of these technologies. Introduction to NDE Reliability: Issues and Problem Description Glenn Washer, University of Missouri, Columbia Nondestructive Inspection Reliability: History and Evolution John Christian Duke, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Uncertainties in Nondestructive Technique Measurements for Decision Making, Part 1: Uncertainty Assessment from Nondestructive Technique Measurements Denys Breysse, University of Bordeaux, France Uncertainties in Nondestructive Technique Measurements for Decision Making, Part 2: Probabilistic Modeling for Optimization and Maintenance Franck Schoefs, Université de Nantes, France NDE Technologies Overview and Near-Term Future Developments Blake Van Hoy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory 114 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Maryland C Seismic Pushover Analysis: Using AASHTO Guide Specifications for LRFD Seismic Bridge Design and FHWA Retrofit Manual, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 171) Michael D. Keever, California Department of Transportation; Elmer Marx, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities; and Wen-huei Phillip Yen, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Seismic Design and Performance of Bridges Committee This workshop focuses on the development of the lateral force displacement relationship of bridge substructure units. The explicit and implicit methods of the AASHTO and FHWA specifications will be discussed with worked examples :00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Salon 1 State-of-the-Art Use and Application of High-Performance Thin Asphalt Overlays Thomas A. Bennert, Rutgers University, and Susan Louise Tighe, University of Waterloo, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Pavement Maintenance Committee; Pavement Rehabilitation Committee; and General Issues in Asphalt Technology Committee The workshop is designed to help practitioners and researchers understand the current state of the art in the effective use of high-performance thin asphalt overlays (1 in. or less) used in applications requiring higher levels of rutting and fatigue cracking resistance. The focus will be on achieving better and more practical designs, developing and applying effective specifications, achieving functional performance, and incorporating RAP and warm asphalt in these designs. NCHRP Synthesis Topic 44-07: Thin Asphalt Concrete Overlays Donald E. Watson and Michael Heitzman, National Center for Asphalt Technology Performance of Thin-Lift Asphalt Overlays on the Accelerated Load Facility Nelson Harold Gibson, Federal Highway Administration Texas Experience with Thin Asphalt Overlays Cindy K. Estakhri and Tom Scullion, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Towards Achieving High-Performance Thin Asphalt Overlays: Pennsylvania s Experience Mansour Solaimanian, Pennsylvania State University 24

27 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) Laboratory and Field Evaluation of High-Performance Thin-Lift Overlays Incorporating RAP and Warm-Mix Asphalt Walaa S. Mogawer, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth 116 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall West Understanding the Concrete Pavement Research Road Map Dan K. Rozycki, Transtec Group, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Construction Committee and Rigid Pavement Design Committee This workshop is intended to present researchers with the breakdown, structure, and status of the Concrete Pavement Research Road Map. Completed, current, and future research related to the Road Map will be reviewed and discussed, along with guidance for researchers on current funding mechanisms and other activities related to the Road Map. What Are the History and Goals of the Concrete Pavement Road Map? Peter C. Taylor, Iowa State University Summary of Research Achievements Through the Concrete Pavement Road Map Dale Harrington, Snyder and Associates, Inc. How Academia Can Navigate the Concrete Pavement Road Map Kyle Hoegh, University of Minnesota How Industry Promotes and Encourages the Use of the Concrete Pavement Road Map Leif Wathne, American Concrete Pavement Association How FHWA Promotes and Encourages Use of the Concrete Pavement Road Map Hyunhwa Thomas Yu, Federal Highway Administration Georgia s Experience Using the Concrete Pavement Road Map Georgene M. Geary, Georgia Department of Transportation Future Research Benefits of the Concrete Pavement Road Map Peter C. Taylor, Iowa State University 117 9:00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Washington B2 Using the Roadside Safety Analysis Program, Part 1: Tutorial (Part 2, Session 176) Malcolm Howard Ray, RoadSafe LLC, presiding Sponsored by Roadside Safety Design Committee Attendees will learn how to use the new Roadside Safety Analysis Program (RSAPv3) through a hands-on tutorial with realistic examples to examine the cost-effectiveness of roadside safety designs. The software will be provided and attendees are encouraged to bring their laptops so they can follow along with the example problems :00 a.m. noon, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall North Next Generation Traffic Incident Management Research Workshop: What Are the New Frontiers to Improve How We Manage Traffic Incidents? Part 1 of 2 (Part 2 Workshop 873) Steven Corbin, Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority, and Robert Sheehan, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Freeway Operations Committee; Managed Lanes Committee; Active Traffic Management Joint Subcommittee; and Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations Committee Since the first workshop on traffic incidents 30 years ago, significant progress has been made in how agencies respond to incidents and coordinate with responders. This workshop examines opportunities to realize significant improvements in how agencies and the public safety community manage incidents and improve responder safety and mobility. Attendees will gain an appreciation for the innovative practices being used and research needed to improve the response to traffic incidents. Panel Discussion John M. Corbin, Wisconsin Department of Transportation; Robert Sheehan, Federal Highway Administration; Steven Corbin, Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority; Paul Jodoin, Federal Highway Administration 119 9:00 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Ambassador Advancing the State of Freight Transportation, Part 1: Network and Logistics Modeling (Part 2, Session 178) Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Network Modeling Committee; Freight Transportation Planning and Logistics Committee; and Intermodal Freight Transport Committee The workshop aims to help practitioners and researchers gain an understanding of modeling of freight transportation networks and logistics systems, with a focus on critical issues such as operational efficiency, sustainability, resilience, and economic implications. Speakers from academia, industry (e.g., FedEx, Snyder, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway), and public agencies (e.g., federal and state DOTs) will cover methodological advances and empirical applications that will be of interest to the TRB audience. Welcome and Orientation to the Workshop Elise Miller-Hooks, University of Maryland, College Park Freight Modeling An Essential Tool for Today and Tomorrow Vidya Mysore, Federal Highway Administration Recent Freight Rail Logistics Modeling Practice at CSX Kamalesh Somani, CSX Transportation, Inc. An Agent-Based Economic Extension to CMAP s Mesoscale Freight Model Kermit Weis, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Recent Freight Logistics Modeling at National Laboratories Diane Davidson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Environmental Impact of Freight and Possible Effects of Alternative Fuels and Modes Amelia Regan, University of California, Irvine Recent Freight Logistics Modeling Practice in Regional Settings Daniel Beagan, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. SUN 25

28 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 120 9:00 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Hampton 121 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Palladian SUN Automated Collection of Distress Data: Technology and Innovation Omar G. Smadi, Iowa State University, presiding Sponsored by Pavement Monitoring and Evaluation Committee; Transportation Asset Management Committee; and Pavement Management Systems Committee This workshop focuses on advances and innovations in automated pavement distress data collection technology and tools. With advances in imaging and sensing technologies, data collection vendors are providing new approaches to provision of comprehensive quality data in a cost-effective manner to highway agencies. The attendees will discuss new approaches and the technologies used to achieve the agencies objectives. Improving the Quality of Pavement Surface Distress and Transverse Profile Data Collection and Analysis: Pooled Fund Study Andrew Mergenmeier, Federal Highway Administration Data Accuracy Considerations on Image-Based Pavement Distress Data and Their Relevancy in Cross Slope Measurement Yaxiong Robin Huang, Todd Copenhaver, Phillip Hempel, and Magdy Mikhail, Texas Department of Transportation Improving Automated Distress Rating Using Two- and Three- Dimensional Data Concurrently Michael Nieminen, Roadware Group Inc. Full-Lane Three-Dimensional Surface Data Versus Profiles to Characterize Road Surface Defects John Laurent, Pavemetrics Systems Inc. Current Capabilities and Total Solutions in the Future with Three-Dimensional Pavement Surfaces Kelvin C. P. Wang, Oklahoma State University AASHTO Surface Distress Protocols: Approach and Status John H. P. Andrews, Maryland State Highway Administration Where Do We Go from Here with Automated Pavement Distress Analysis Software? Hosin Lee, University of Iowa Aviation 101: How to Get Involved and Make a Difference Moniqua Williams, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, presiding Sponsored by Aviation Group; Young Members Council; Intergovernmental Relations in Aviation Committee; Aviation System Planning Committee; Environmental Impacts of Aviation Committee; Aviation Economics and Forecasting Committee; Airport Terminals and Ground Access Committee; Airfield and Airspace Capacity and Delay Committee; Aircraft/Airport Compatibility Committee; Light Commercial and General Aviation Committee; and Aviation Security and Emergency Management Committee A panel of industry and government experts from all aspects of the aviation industry discuss their career paths and ongoing research, challenges, opportunities, and innovations in the field. This workshop incorporates a Q&A session from the audience and time for networking. It is aimed at young professionals interested in entering the aviation industry as well as seasoned professionals looking for a career change or to improve their knowledge of the industry. Panel Discussion: General Introduction to the Aviation Industry Megan Smirti Ryerson, University of Pennsylvania; Yasmina Platt, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association; Christopher Oswald, Airports Council International North America; Moniqua Williams, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport; Maria E. Bordas, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; Danielle Rinsler, Federal Aviation Administration; Seth Bennett Young, Ohio State University; Andrew M. Churchill, Mosaic ATM, Inc.; David Ballard, GRA, Incorporated; Emmanuelle Humblet, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin Inc. Panel Questions and Answers Moniqua Williams, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport Mentoring and Roundtable Discussion Michael Branum, North Central Texas Council of Governments; Moniqua Williams, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport; Emmanuelle Humblet, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin Inc.; Bo Zou, University of Illinois, Chicago; Stephanie Box, LeighFisher; Christopher Oswald, Airports Council International North America; Yi Liu, University of California, Berkeley; Jeffrey J. Stempihar, Arizona Department of Transportation; Charbel Khoury, Geotechnical Consulting & Testing, Inc.; Jens Hennig, General Aviation Manufacturers Association; Derek Doran, University of Connecticut Become an Affiliate! Take advantage of reduced Annual Meeting registration fees and year-round benefits by becoming a TRB Affiliate. In addition, you will receive the bimonthly magazine, TR News, a discount on most publications and the subscription service, and use of the TRB Library. 26

29 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 122 9:00 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Capitol 124 9:00 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Executive Cost of Railway Congestion C. Tyler Dick, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, presiding Sponsored by Railroad Operating Technologies Committee; Rail Capacity Joint Subcommittee; and Freight Rail Transportation Committee Growth in freight traffic and passenger rail service demand will increase future rail network congestion. The cost of congestion to the rail industry and society includes increased operating costs, service variability, and emissions; decreased fuel efficiency; and loss of traffic to other modes and infrastructure investment. This workshop provides practitioners and researchers with an understanding of the full cost of railway congestion to aid planning and justification of future rail projects. Operational Performance and Railway Congestion Hamed Pouryousef, Michigan Technological University Base Train Equivalent: Contribution of Different Train Types to Congestion Yung-Cheng Lai, National Taiwan University Direct Costs of Congestion and Train Delay C. Tyler Dick, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Impact of Congestion on Mode Shift and Cost of Foregone Demand Bo Zou, University of Illinois, Chicago Impact of Mainline Congestion on Terminal Operations Mark H. Dingler, CSX Transportation, Inc. Case Study: Application of Delay Cost to a Network Routing Problem David B. Clarke, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Strategies to Mitigate Railway Congestion and Delay Samuel Lincoln Sogin, Union Pacific Railroad 123 9:00 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Congressional HOT TOPIC Freight Data Disaggregation for Modeling and Analysis: Recent Advances and Development of Short- Term Research Road Map Coral A. Torres, Federal Highway Administration, and Joseph Y. J. Chow, Ryerson University, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Freight Transportation Data Committee and Freight Transportation Planning and Logistics Committee Freight: It s Everybody s Business Richard B. Easley, E Squared Engineering, and Marygrace Parker, I-95 Corridor Coalition, presiding Sponsored by Intermodal Freight Transport Committee; Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations Committee; Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Processes Committee; Urban Freight Transportation Committee; Logistics of Disaster Response and Business Continuity Task Force; and Truck Size and Weight Committee This educational workshop is designed for public agencies, the private sector, researchers, and consultants. The important relationships that freight movements and safety have with traffic engineering, transportation operations, planning, and ultimately the nation s economic well-being are discussed. Areas addressed include congestion, special events and incident response, and traffic operations. Lessons learned will be identified as well as potential research topics. Introduction and Remarks Juan J. Flores, Florida Department of Transportation Public-Sector Actions and Inactions on Private-Sector Bottom Line Dan Murray, American Transportation Research Institute Challenges, Innovations, and Solutions: Traffic Congestion Conditions Glenn Rowe, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Challenges, Innovations, and Solutions: Special Event Conditions Richard McDonough, New York State Department of Transportation Challenges, Innovations, and Solutions: Emergency Response Conditions Bud Frank, Maryland Department of Transportation Challenges, Innovations, and Solutions: Private-Sector Perspective Bill Goetz, CSX Corporation Research Needs and Steps for Sharing Lessons Learned Marygrace Parker, I-95 Corridor Coalition; Richard B. Easley, E Squared Engineering SUN In recent years researchers and practitioners have developed a number of approaches to disaggregate national freight data sets to county and TAZ levels for use in freight modeling and analysis. How has this disaggregation been done? What are the strengths and weaknesses of these approaches? What are the next steps in improving the validity and reliability of freight data disaggregation? Please join us for a morning of discussion and development of a road map for freight data disaggregation. FAF Flow Disaggregation Methods Frank Southworth, Georgia Institute of Technology Freight Data Disaggregation in the California Statewide Freight Model Stephen G. Ritchie, University of California, Irvine Commodity Flow Survey Microdata Jose Holguín-Veras, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Effect of Trade Data Aggregation on International Commodity Mode Choice ( ) Ghim Ping Ong, National University of Singapore; Dong Yang, China Waterborne Transport Research Institute; Anthony T. H. Chin, National University of Singapore Mobile Devices As a courtesy to other attendees, please observe good mobile manners. Turn off the sound on your mobile devices. 27

30 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 125 9:00 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Empire Innovative Doctoral Research from Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program Fawn Thompson, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Design Section This workshop features innovative research presented by secondand third-year Eisenhower doctoral fellowship recipients from top universities across the nation. The research covers a broad array of significant transportation topics, including infrastructure development and investment, safety, security, emerging green technologies, and a host of other relevant transportation topics. Traffic Impact Estimation Kristina Marie Currans, Portland State University Estimating Impacts of Transit Vehicles on Network Conditions Using a Manhattan-Grid Microsimulation and Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram Felipe Castrillon, Georgia Institute of Technology Analysis of Rural Curve Negotiation Using Naturalistic Driving Data Nicole Lynn Oneyear, Iowa State University Verification and Validation of Current Lane-Changing Algorithms in CORSIM for Development of CORSIM-NG Donald Watson, Jr., Western Transportation Institute Factors Contributing to Transportation Use and Preference Among Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Individuals Jaimee DiMarco, Evan Goodman and Keli Holmes, Gallaudet University Online Routing of Electric Vehicles in a Network with Battery Swapping Jonathan David Adler, Arizona State University 126 9:00 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Governors Marine Transportation 101: Exploring the World of Water Transportation Marc Alan Howlett, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Matthew Campo, Rutgers University; and Christopher Smith, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, presiding Sponsored by Marine Group; Ports and Channels Committee; Ferry Transportation Committee; Marine Environment Committee; and Young Members Council The primary goal of this workshop is to engage young professionals, students, and new attendees in an exploration of marine transportation. The first half of the workshop consists of overviews and discussions of 21st century marine transportation issues, challenges, and opportunities. In the second section, participants will be able to interact with experts and each other to work on these issues. What Moves via Marine Transportation? Mark J. Carr, Channel Design Group, Inc.; Mihalis M. Golias, University of Memphis; Roberta E. Weisbrod, Sustainable Ports; Bethany Stich, University of New Orleans Who Operates, Owns, Manages, and Regulates Marine Transportation? Dana A. Goward, Resilient Navigation & Timing Foundation; Eric C. Shen, Port of Long Beach What Are the Most Important Issues in Marine Transportation? Mark J. Carr, Channel Design Group, Inc.; Mihalis M. Golias, University of Memphis; Dana A. Goward, Resilient Navigation & Timing Foundation; David N. Amble, Port of Seattle; Bethany Stich, University of New Orleans 127 9:00 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Blue Room One Hundred Years of the Panama Canal: Legacy and Future, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 182) Jean-Pierre Medevielle, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks; Maryvonne Cécile Plessis-Fraissard, Consultant, presiding Sponsored by Ports and Channels Committee; International Activities Committee; Transportation History Committee; Freight Systems Group; International Trade and Transportation Committee; and Marine Group Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Panama Canal, this workshop reviews its historical influence and examines the potentially dramatic changes that will be produced with the expansion of the canal in That influence is already being felt as shippers, carriers, and ports respond to the prospective opportunities and challenges the expansion presents. Speakers will discuss the canal in terms of its logistical, commercial, financial, economic, and environmental influences and impacts. Session 1: History and Legacy Martin Wachs, University of California, Los Angeles Keynote Address Joseph L. Schofer, Northwestern University Speaker Jorgé Eduardo Ritter, Ritter, Diaz & Ahumada, Attorneys Discussant Joe R. Reeder, Greenberg Traurig LLP Session 2: The Panama Canal Today: Impacts on World Economy and Competition Michael S. Bomba, University of North Texas Keynote Address Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Hofstra University Speakers Ilya Marotta and Marianela Dengo, Panama Canal Authority Discussant Bruce Lambert, Institute for Trade and Transportation Studies Posters Theresa Dau-Ngo, Port of Long Beach, presiding U.S. Containerized Import Freight Network with Peripheral Capacity Expansions: A Review ( ) Sanghyeon Ko, Behzad Karimi, and Abolfazl Mohammadian, University of Illinois, Chicago Realigning Multimodal Freight Networks in Response to Panama Canal Expansion ( ) Md. Sarder, University of Southern Mississippi; Abolfazl Mohammadian, University of Illinois, Chicago; Mihalis M. Golias, University of Memphis; Michael David Anderson, University of Alabama, Huntsville; Richard D. Stewart, University of Wisconsin, Superior Beyond Container Volumes: Panama Canal Expansion, Bulk Commodity Exports, and the U.S. Gulf Coast ( ) James R. Amdal, University of New Orleans; Marc Alan Howlett, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 28

31 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 128 9:00 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Diplomat HOT TOPIC 130 9:00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Georgetown East HOT TOPIC Preparing for the Near Future of Aviation with Integrated NextGen and Unmanned Aerial Systems Kyle Snyder, North Carolina State University, presiding Sponsored by Aviation System Planning Committee and Airfield and Airspace Capacity and Delay Committee To date, there has yet to be a critical mass of acceptance for NextGen. However, the introduction of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) into the civilian marketplace is changing this landscape. NextGen is in many ways thought of as the technology that will facilitate UAS integration into the National Airspace System. This workshop addresses that issue by presenting technology and policy perspectives on NextGen, UAS, and their ultimate integration into the National Airspace System. Aeronautics Strategic Planning at NASA Brenda Mulac, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Issues and Opportunities Surrounding NextGen Implementation Gene Hayman, L-3 STRATIS 129 9:00 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Regency Ballroom Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008, Section 209: Voices of Implementation Experience and Insights John D. Bell, New York State Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Intercity Passenger Rail Committee Section 209 of the Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008 (PRIIA) requires states to assume full responsibility for funding passenger rail routes of less than 750 miles by October 1, The provisions also allow for greater cost transparency in operations. This workshop highlights state experience in implementing Section 209 in terms of funding, management, unbundling, and performance measurement. The workshop also provides an update on the reauthorization of PRIIA. Introduction and State Perspectives David P. Simpson, David P. Simpson Consultants, LLC; John D. Bell, New York State Department of Transportation States for Passenger Rail Coalition Patricia Quinn, States for Passenger Rail Coalition State Perspectives Paul C. Worley, North Carolina Department of Transportation; Kevin B. Page, Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation; Ron Pate, Washington State Department of Transportation; Timothy H. Hoeffner, Michigan Department of Transportation; David Kutrosky, Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority; Patricia Quinn, Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority; Ray Hessinger, New York State Department of Transportation Amtrak Perspectives Joseph McHugh, National Railroad Passenger Corporation Independent Passenger Rail Provider Perspectives Ronald Hartman, Veolia Transportation, Inc. Legislative Overview David Ewing, Consultant Accessing and Using FHWA Transportation Databases: Highway Performance Monitoring System, Travel Monitoring Analysis System, and Series 500 Data Shashi S. Nambisan, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, presiding Sponsored by National Transportation Data Requirements and Programs Committee The workshop provides an introduction to some data sets managed by FHWA (Highway Performance Monitoring System, Travel Monitoring Analysis System, and Series 500 data), tools available to work with them, and demonstrations of their use. An interactive portion provides participants with the opportunity to explore illustrative data sets on their PCs (to be downloaded in advance of the workshop). Feedback will be sought from the participants on these data and tools as well as on how best to disseminate the information. Update on Large Multiyear Data Sets at FHWA David R. Winter, Federal Highway Administration Highway Performance Monitoring System Thomas Roff, Federal Highway Administration Freight Analysis Framework Edward L. Strocko and Peter Bang, Federal Highway Administration National Bridge Inventory Thomas D. Everett and Ann Shemaka, Federal Highway Administration 131 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 10 Attracting and Retaining the Best and Brightest Workforce for the New Organization Maureen L. Hammer, Virginia Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Management and Productivity Committee Transportation agencies are adapting their organizations to meet the needs of the 21st century by reorganizing functions; creating, eliminating, and reaffirming roles; and determining skill sets needed to address evolving business needs. The changing workforce has different expectations from that of previous generations, and workers are at different stages of their careers. This workshop looks at ways that organizations have successfully addressed these needs and the lessons learned. Succession Planning in the Idaho Transportation Department: Constructive Ideas for Retaining Knowledge Before Employee Retirement ( ) Karen Annette Merrick, Idaho Department of Transportation Succession Planning in State Departments of Transportation ( ) Anthony Wheeler, University of Rhode Island Hands-on Exercise and Discussion Mary Taylor Raulerson, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. SUN 29

32 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 132 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Lincoln East Behavioral Economics: Understanding Choices in Road, Transit, and Parking Pricing Karen E. White, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Economics Committee and Congestion Pricing Committee This workshop is designed for both practitioners and researchers to learn about current research and demonstration projects incorporating the growing knowledge of human motivations and behaviors. The workshop features demonstrations of behavioral economics, presentations on how to incorporate behavioral economics and cognitive psychology into road pricing projects and research, as well as presentations and papers from leading U.S. and international researchers. Public Perceptions of Congestion Pricing in Minnesota: Loss Aversion, Complexity, and Framing ( ) Lee W. Munnich, University of Minnesota Driving Responses and Opinions: How Do Drivers React to Road Pricing? ( ) Rami Charles Harb, Atkins North America; Elisabet Rutstrom, Georgia State University Measuring Risk Aversion to Guide Policy Interventions: Route Choices Under Pricing and Binary Lotteries ( ) Vinayak V. Dixit, University of New South Wales, Australia; Rami Charles Harb, Atkins North America; Jimmy Martinez- Correa, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark; Elisabet Rutstrom, Georgia State University Pay-as-You-Drive Insurance: Its Impacts on Household Driving and Welfare ( ) Brice Gregory Nichols and Kara Kockelman, University of Texas, Austin CAPRI and INSINC: Experiments Impacting Road Congestion Balaji Prabhakar, Stanford University 133 9:00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 6 HOT TOPIC Big Data and Open Data for Transportation Services and Public Engagement Piyushimita (Vonu) Thakuriah, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; Harvey J. Miller, Ohio State University, presiding Sponsored by Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee; Geographic Information Science and Applications Committee; Visualization in Transportation Committee; Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications Committee; and Intelligent Transportation Systems Committee The workshop focuses on how open big data can facilitate transportation services and engagement through selforganization, cooperation, and activism. Sponsoring committee chairs are invited to give their perspectives. Topics include data analytics, information extraction from usergenerated content, machine-to-machine communications and Internet of Things, open data and civic hacking, volunteered geographic information, visualization of massively large data sets, and open source social software. Panel 1: Open Data and Civic Hacking Harvey J. Miller, Ohio State University Urban Digital Infomediaries Piyushimita (Vonu) Thakuriah, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom New Approaches to Public Involvement: Open Source and Crowdsourcing Frank Hebbert, OpenPlans Mission Possible: Convincing MPOs and DOTs to Open Their Data with Carrots, Not Sticks! Michael L. Pack, University of Maryland, College Park Panel 2: Research in Open Big Data Piyushimita (Vonu) Thakuriah, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom M2M Communications and Implications for Future Mobility Glenn Geers, National ICT Australia Extracting Activity Patterns from Cell Phones, Points of Interest, and Travel Survey Data Joseph Ferreira, Shan Jiang, and Yi Zhu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Mi Diao, National University of Singapore Investigating Spatial Big Data for Eco-routing Services Shashi Shekhar and Viswanath Gunturi, University of Minnesota 134 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 3 Designing Urban Streets for the 21st Century Linda Bailey, National Association of City Transportation Officials, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Issues in Major U.S. Cities Committee; Pedestrians Committee; Bicycle Transportation Committee; Traffic Signal Systems Committee; and Women s Issues in Transportation Committee NACTO s Urban Street Design Guide charts the principles and practices of the nation s foremost engineers, planners, and designers working in cities today. A blueprint for the 21st century street, the guide offers an inside perspective into how cities can transform their streets to confront the demands and challenges of the near future. From public plazas to bus rapid transit to stormwater management, the guide provides an in-depth overview of how to design livable, multimodal, and resilient city streets. Overview of Urban Street Design Guide David Vega-Barachowitz, National Association of City Transportation Officials Street Design Principles, Crosswalks, and Intersections Michael Robert King, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates Complete Streets and Interim Design Strategies Michael Flynn, New York City Department of Transportation Signalization Strategies Peter J. V. Koonce, City of Portland, Oregon Moving the Curb: Programs for Parklets and Public Plazas Ariel Ben-Amos, City of Philadelphia Green Infrastructure Janet Attarian, Chicago Department of Transportation Perspectives on Big Data and Open Data Catherine Theresa Lawson, State University of New York, Albany; Adel W. Sadek, State University of New York, Buffalo; Matthew G. Karlaftis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece; James P. Hall, University of Illinois, Springfield 30

33 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) CANCELLED 135 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton HOT TOPIC Driverless Cars and Other New Types of Vehicles Charles E. Howard, Puget Sound Regional Council, presiding Sponsored by Transportation System Policy, Planning and Process Section This workshop explores the planning implications of driverless cars, convoyed semitrailer-trucks, three-wheeled freight vehicles, and the myriad of other new vehicle types that might be heading to your town or state. The broader transportation planning implications will be explored, along with the specific community planning, zoning, and site design changes that will be required for these new vehicles :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 1 Embedded Rail Slab Track: Structure or Flexible Pavement? Part 1 (Part 2, Session 193) William H. Moorhead, TRAMMCO LLC, presiding Sponsored by Rail Transit Infrastructure Committee and Rail Transit Infrastructure Committee This workshop is designed to exchange knowledge, stimulate discussion, and identify needed research in the design of embedded rail slab track in three areas: differences in various criteria when embedded slab tracks are considered structures versus flexible pavement; differences in slab reinforcement, if any, resulting from the choice adopted and design features based on assumptions regarding future adjacent utilities; and best design practices that can lead to standardization. Introduction: What We Don t Know, and Why We Need to Know It William H. Moorhead, TRAMMCO LLC Structural Engineering for Slab Track David N. Bilow, Harry O. Hefter Associates Application of Conventional Concrete Pavement Design and Construction Practices to Embedded Rail Track Slabs Shiraz Tayabji, Applied Research Associates, Inc. Stray Current and Corrosion Control for Embedded Track Edwin Wetzel, Universal Technical Resource Services 137 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Monroe Innovations in Shared-Use Mobility and Transportation Demand Management: Trends and Policy Updates Jeffrey Chernick, Ride Amigos, and Susan A. Shaheen, University of California, Berkeley, presiding Sponsored by Emerging and Innovative Public Transport and Technologies Committee; Emerging Ridesharing Solutions Joint Subcommittee; Intelligent Transportation Systems Committee; Transportation Demand Management Committee; and Managed Lanes Committee Over 200 leaders of the shared-use mobility field (which includes carsharing, bikesharing, ridesharing ridematching, transportation network companies, and shuttle services) gathered in San Francisco in October 2013 for a Shared-Use Mobility Summit. This workshop features highlights and speakers from the summit. Industry, government, and academic thought leaders will present and participate in panel discussions with the audience about the role of policy and research in this developing area. Part 1: Highlights from Shared-Use Mobility Summit Susan A. Shaheen, University of California, Berkeley Part 2: Faceoff Defining Rideshare in Real-Time Ridesharing and Across Transportation Network Companies Larry Filler, LF Consulting; Sunil Paul, Sidecar, Costa Rica; John Zimmer, Lyft; Odile Beniflah, Carpooling.com; Sean O Sullivan, Carma, Ireland; Marzia Zafar, California Public Utilities Commission; Allen Greenberg, Federal Highway Administration; Peter Torrellas, Innovative Scheduling Part 3: Dude, Where s My Car!? How Mobility Technology Is Making Car Ownership So 2012 Tony Simopoulos, Metavera Solutions, Inc., Canada; Rick Hutchinson, City CarShare; Alex Benn, RelayRides; Ryan Rzepecki, Social Bicycles; Scott Hall, Zipcar; Bill Knapp, car2go Part 4: Gluing It All Together: Latest in TDM Strategy, Software, and Implementation Stories Eric N. Schreffler, Transportation Consultant; Jeffrey Chernick, Ride Amigos; Melanie Crotty, Metropolitan Transportation Commission; Gabe Klein, Chicago Department of Transportation; Dan Emerine, District of Columbia Office of Planning; David Grannis, Point C Partners SUN 31

34 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 138 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 7 Learning from International Innovations Robert Paddon, TransLink, presiding Sponsored by Strategic Management Committee Innovation in transportation organizations is critically needed to meet future transportation demands given shrinking funding, aging systems, and shifting demographics. Agencies outside of the United States have been able to deliver true innovation that can benefit all transportation organizations and advance transportation practice through policy, governance, technology, and communication. This workshop features international leaders sharing their best practices and experiences. Developing a Successful Road Funding Authority Sophia Tieke, Roads Authority of Namibia Making Enterprise-Wide Risk Management Work Alice Matthew, South African National Roads Agency Financing Innovations for the City of Vancouver Cathy McLay, TransLink, Canada Creating a Super Agency: Reorganizing the Transport Sector Torbjorn Suneson, Swedish National Road Administration Successful Outsourcing Methods in Austria Alex Walcher, ASFINAG, Austria Public Transport Innovations in Canada Alain Flasch, L Union Internationale des Transports Publics 139 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Georgetown West Light-Rail Transit Innovations and Urban Insertion Graham Currie, Monash University, Australia, presiding Sponsored by Light Rail Transit Committee; International Light Rail Transit Developments Subcommittee; Art and Design Excellence in Transportation Joint Subcommittee; Public Transportation Planning and Development Committee; Rail Transit Systems Committee; and Transportation and Land Development Committee This workshop is organized for regional and local policy makers to provide an overview of cutting-edge techniques for inserting high-ridership light rail into urban and suburban fabrics with highly motorized cultures. The intent is to achieve livability and green multimodal transportation. Highly successful worldwide examples, most unknown in the United States, will be introduced to open the dialogue, possibly leading to further research that will examine feasibility for U.S. adoption. Introduction and Overview Gregory Lee Thompson, Florida State University U.S. Approach: Integrating Light Rail into a Developed Urban Environment Henry Kay, Maryland Transit Administration Insertion Approach: Toward Urban and Suburban Livability Margarita Novales, University of Coruna, Spain Insertion Approach: Integrating Successful LRT into Automobile-Oriented City Andres Munoz, Metro de Tenerife, Spain Insertion Approach: French Approach to Inserting High- Capacity LRT Backbones into Urban and Suburban Fabrics Dominique Bertrand, Centre d Etudes sur les Reseaux, les Transports, l Urbanisme, et les Constructions Publiques, France Design Centre Approach: Innovative Vehicle and Light-Rail Insertion Design Concepts Robbie Napper, Monash University, Australia Design Centre Approach: Design Thinking in Urban Transit Systems Geoff Wardle, Art Center College of Design 140 9:00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Jefferson East National Geospatial Resources for Transportation Decisions James P. Hall, University of Illinois, Springfield, presiding Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Applications Committee and Visualization in Transportation Committee Transportation agencies are developing the capability to integrate external spatially related information into their spatial visualization decision support products. There are significant geospatial resources available from U.S. federal agencies including the Department of the Interior and the Department of Transportation. This workshop explores geospatial information needs, national geospatial resources available, and applications to transportation visualization and decision making. Trends in Transportation Agency Geospatial Data Needs James P. Hall, University of Illinois, Springfield Department of Interior Resources Jerry Johnston, U.S. Department of the Interior Department of Transportation Resources Steve Lewis, U.S. Department of Transportation How to Build Digital City Models Kevin J. Gilson, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Charles L. Hixon, Bergmann Associates, Inc. The Path Forward: Advancing Knowledge and Access Patricia S. Hu, Research and Innovative Technology Administration CANCELLED 141 9:00 a.m. noon, Hilton HOT TOPIC Operations and Capital Improvement Strategies for Targeting Performance Management Goals Robert M. Winick, Motion Maps, LLC; Anita Vandervalk- Ostrander, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.; AND Rolf R. Schmitt, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, presiding Sponsored by Data for Decisions and Performance Measures Task Force The workshop explores the question and provides examples of low-investment operational strategies as well as major investment capital improvement strategies with respect to (a) their approaches to projecting or estimating contributions to various national performance goals, some of which may possibly be in conflict, and (b) any inherent problems with the current state of the practice in performance management. 32

35 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 142 9:00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Gunston Opportunities for Accommodating New Technologies, Apps, and Data Capture in Improving and Regulating Taxis James Cooper, Napier University, United Kingdom, presiding Sponsored by Paratransit Committee and Taxi Subcommittee The past 5 years have seen exceptional growth in the development of smartphone apps to serve the taxi rider. Not all such innovations have received the welcome from parties that might follow the improvements suggested; many have had a hostile reception from some suppliers and regulators who could benefit in appropriate circumstances. Apps have, in equal measure, created opportunity and presented significant new challenges. The workshop will interest regulators, suppliers, and academics. Perspective of a Leading App Eileen Twum, Hailocab Regulatory Take on Apps Matthew D. Daus, International Association of Transportation Regulators Apps in the District of Columbia: Regulating Apps Ron Linton, District of Columbia Taxicab Commission Impacts of Apps: Industry Perspective Harold E. Morgan, Taxicab, Limousine and Paratransit Association Economic Impacts of App Development and Control Roger Teal, DemandTrans Solutions, Inc. Big City Issues: Regulation and Apps in Chicago Rosemary Krimbel, City of Chicago 143 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 12 Parking Policy and Urban Mobility: Expanding Our Understanding Rachel R. Weinberger, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Demand Management Committee; Parking Management Joint Subcommittee; Bicycle Transportation Committee; Transportation Economics Committee; Automated Transit Systems Committee; and Emerging and Innovative Public Transport and Technologies Committee Right-Size Parking: A Better Way to Think About the Future Daniel Hollis Rowe, King County Metro Transit Importance and Added Value of Modeling Parking Karel Martens, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands 144 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Jefferson West Particulate Matter Hot Spot Analyses: Research and Applications, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 196) Michael Claggett, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Transportation and Air Quality Committee The workshop provides example research and application efforts in the course of the regulatory application of EPA s Transportation Conformity Guidance for Quantitative Hot-Spot Analyses in PM2.5 and PM10 Nonattainment and Maintenance Areas. Such example efforts will include analyses prepared to support specific transportation projects as well as case studies completed by state departments of transportation and air pollution control agencies for typical projects. PM Hot Spot Modeling: Lessons Learned in the Field Chris Dresser, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency PM2.5 Hot Spot Analysis of Elgin O Hare Expressway West Bypass Rebecca Frohning, Puget Sound Regional Council Applying EPA PM Hot Spot Analysis Guidance on I-69 Section 5 Project: Bloomington to Martinsville Daniel Szekeres, Michael Baker Jr., Inc.; Robert d Abadie, Michael Baker Corporation Investigation in Transportation Conformity Particulate Matter Hot Spot Air Quality Modeling: Illinois Highway and Arterial Case Studies Suriya Vallamsundar and Jie (Jane) Lin, University of Illinois, Chicago Case Studies of Project-Level PM Hot Spot Modeling of Highways Michael Claggett, Federal Highway Administration SUN Parking research shows the importance of parking to mode choice and trip reduction, to economic development and housing affordability, and to the quality of the built environment. Tapping academics and practitioners to explore the breadth of parking s impact on urban mobility, this workshop seeks to blow out the echo chamber and bring attention to the broader aspects of parking and urban mobility. Please come with your thoughts, comments, and questions. Parking Pricing, Supply, and Travel Behavior Rachel R. Weinberger, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates Emerging Issues Stephen Ison, Loughborough University, United Kingdom Historical Perspectives on Parking Issues Norman Garrick, University of Connecticut Curbside Loading: Undermanaged Yet Essential for Walkable Communities Thomas Brown, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates Urban Mobility and Parking Facility Design: Architectural Perspective Shannon Sanders McDonald, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Audience Etiquette Please observe the following points of meeting etiquette: Make sure the sound on all cell phones, beepers, and signal watches is turned off. Keep the meeting room doorways clear. Find seating as far forward as possible. Place materials under chairs to maximize seating capacity. Locate seating instead of standing in aisles or against walls. Take it easy with the atomizer many people are highly allergic to perfume and cologne. Thank you for your cooperation! 33

36 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 145 9:00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 5 Public Transport Policy Development and Challenges: India, China, and Mexico V. Setty Pendakur, Pacific Policy and Planning Associates, Canada; Dario Hidalgo, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute, presiding Sponsored by Transportation in the Developing Countries Committee; Public Transportation Planning and Development Committee; and Bus Transit Systems Committee This workshop elaborates on the public transport policy evolution leading to existing policy, challenges, options, and plans in four countries: India, China, Mexico, and the United Kingdom, focusing on sustainable public policy options. Equally important is bringing together public transport professionals and researchers to participate in the discussion and to dissect and provide new dimensions to understanding and formulating policies in their home countries. Evolution of National Urban Transport Policy in India O. P. Agarwal, World Bank National Urban Transport Policy in India: Implementation Challenges Shivanand Swamy, Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology University, India National Urban Transport Policy in China: Process and Evolution Xianglong Liu, China Urban Sustainable Transport Research Centre Urban Transport in China: What Has Not Worked and Why? Jinhua Zhao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Urban Transport Development in Shenzhen, China: Success and Challenges Longsheng Liu, Shenzen Urban Planning and Land Resource Research Center, China Urban Transport Policy Development in Mexico Arturo Ardila-Gomez, World Bank Public Transport Infrastructure Policy and Management in Mexico Carlos Mier y Tan, PROTRAM, Mexico 146 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 2 Ridesharing as a Complement to Transit Paul Minett, Trip Convergence Ltd., New Zealand; A. Jeff Becker, Denver Regional Transportation District, presiding Sponsored by Emerging and Innovative Public Transport and Technologies Committee; Emerging Ridesharing Solutions Joint Subcommittee; Public Transportation Planning and Development Committee; Paratransit Committee; and Transportation Demand Management Committee This workshop is designed for metropolitan planning organizations, transit operators, and carpool vanpool (c/v) advocates to develop new understanding of opportunities and challenges for c/v to complement transit and help meet cost constraints, serve less dense routes, fill the gap caused by service reductions, and provide operational synergies. Brief plenary presentations will be followed by roundtable discussions with all presenters to ensure that participants leave with actionable knowledge. Mode-Neutral Approach to Measuring Mobility Success Paul Minett, Trip Convergence Ltd., New Zealand Why Transit Agencies Should Be Mobility Managers Ron Barnes, Total Transportation Services, Inc. How PRTC Supports Casual Carpooling to Address Capacity Constraints Chuck Steigerwald, Potomac Rappahannock Transportation Lessons from a Casual Carpooling Implementation Project Gabriel Ortiz, City of Alexandria Transit IDEA Project 61: Flexible Carpooling to Transit Stations Eric Chipps, Sound Transit; Paul Minett, Trip Convergence Ltd., New Zealand Legislative Support for Vanpools Brian Lagerberg, Washington State Department of Transportation Aggregating Modal Options to Increase Use of Alternatives to Driving Alone Jeffrey Chernick, Ride Amigos; Joseph Kopser, RideScoutApp. com Integrated Dynamic Transit Operations: D-Ride Project Update Jeffrey L. Spencer, Federal Transit Administration TCRP Synthesis 98: Ridesharing as a Complement to Transit A. Jeff Becker, Denver Regional Transportation District 147 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Lincoln West Role of Climate Resilience in Shaping Sustainable Transport Systems of the Future, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 201) Marie Venner, Venner Consulting, presiding Sponsored by Climate Change and Energy Task Force; Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Committee; and Climate Change, Energy and Sustainability Impacts on the Transportation Infrastructure Subcommittee The workshop focuses on methods and tools for bringing climate change adaptation into planning and transportation decision making. Cost-effectiveness is a unifying theme through decision making and improving resilience for all modes and for the fiscal viability of making such investments. All agencies are looking for better ways to assess costs, value assets, and use preservation and adaptation strategies in the face of extreme weather. Real Unit Costs of Extreme Weather for Drivers, Operators, Infrastructure Managers, and Society Pekka Leviäkangas, University of Oulu, Finland What Can Integrated Climate Change Impact Assessment Tell Us About Cost-effective Adaptation and Adaptive Capacity? FUTURENET Models and Results David Jaroszweski, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom Socioeconomic Methods and Tools for Integrated Assessment and Adaptation Decision Making Across Energy, Transport, and Tourism: Midterm ( ) and Long-Term Strategies Christophe J. C. Heyndrickx, Transport and Mobility Leuven, Belgium Costs, Benefits, and Decision-Making Processes of Greece s Climate Change Adaptation Plan Evangelos Mitsakis, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Greece Decision Making for Cost-effective Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience at Delaware Department of Transportation Silvana V. Croope, Delaware Department of Transportation Summary: Role of Climate Resilience in Shaping Sustainable Transport Systems of the Future Claus Doll, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany 34

37 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 148 9:00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 4 Sensing Technologies for Transportation Applications Colin Neil Brooks, Michigan Technological University, presiding Sponsored by Information Systems and Technology Committee and Geographic Information Science and Applications Committee This workshop continues a series of workshops on practical uses of sensing technologies for transportation planning, management, and operations. Included technologies are both remote sensing and in situ sensors. The workshop brings together researchers and practitioners to share the results of their efforts with the broader community and discuss future research needs and applications. Presentations will demonstrate the broader application of these developing tools. Stated-Preference Modeling of Group Decisions Matthew John Beck, University of Sydney, Australia, presiding Sponsored by Travel Survey Methods Committee This workshop is designed to stimulate discussion between practitioners and researchers about the choices made by groups, an economically significant but often overlooked field of choice analysis. Compared with successive advances in the understanding of individual choices, the knowledge of group choice processes has lagged, perhaps because of the joint complexity of data collection and analysis. This workshop is designed to discuss the issues and create a research agenda to address them. SUN Assessing Road Infrastructure During Emergencies Through Remote Sensing and Social Media Nigel Waters, George Mason University Autonomous Scour Sensing for Bio-inspired Magnetostrictive Flow Sensors R. Andrew Swartz, Michigan Technological University Multilevel Adaptive Remote Sensing Package for Bridge Scour Health Management Masoud Y. Ford, Arizona State University Implementation Assessment of Unpaved Road Condition with High-Resolution Aerial Remote Sensing Colin Neil Brooks, Michigan Technological University Rapid Exploitation of Commercial Remotely Sensed Imagery for Disaster Response and Recovery Jarlath O Neil-Dunne, University of Vermont Sensing Poor Highway Surface Conditions with High-Resolution Satellite Imagery Ashwin Yerasi, University of Colorado Development of a High-Speed Ultra Wideband UWB Ground Penetrating Radar for Railroad Ballast Inspection Yuanchang Xie, University of Massachusetts, Lowell Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar Applications at Virginia Department of Transportation ( ) Edward Hoppe, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research; Brian Bruckno and Elizabeth Campbell, Virginia Department of Transportation; Scott Acton, Andrea Vaccari, and Michael Stuecheli, University of Virginia; Adrian Bohane, Giacomo Falorni, and Jessica Morgan, TRE Canada Inc. Automatic Identification of Points of Interest in Global Navigation Satellite System Data: Spatial Temporal Approach Sean J. Barbeau, University of South Florida Travel Time Data Collection and Spatial Information Technologies for Reliable Transportation Systems Planning Srinivas Subrahmanyam Pulugurtha, University of North Carolina, Charlotte Presentation 1 John Matthew Rose, University of Sydney, Australia; Eric Molin, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Presentation 2 Matthew John Beck, University of Sydney, Australia Presentation 3 Theo A. Arentze, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands 150 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, International East States Are Leading the Charge on Transportation Revenue Initiatives, Why Not Washington, D.C.? Joung Lee, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, presiding Sponsored by Revenue and Finance Committee This workshop discusses the enactment of state- and local-level transportation revenue solutions around the nation, including an examination of the themes and lessons that could be relevant to other states. This workshop also explores the implications of these actions for federal surface transportation reauthorization after MAP-21. What Do Americans Think About Federal Tax Options to Support Public Transit, Highways, and Local Streets and Roads? Results From Year 4 of a National Survey ( ) Asha Weinstein Agrawal and Hilary Nixon, San José State University State Case Studies on Transportation Revenue Measures Jaime Rall, National Conference of State Legislatures; Bruce Gartner, Maryland Department of Transportation; James Whitty, Oregon Department of Transportation Local Government Funding and Financing of Roads in Virginia: Lessons Learned ( ) Peter Ohlms, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research State Revenue Successes and Potential Lessons for the Federal Program Ryan Holeywell, Governing; Kenneth Orski, Innovation Briefs; Patrick Sabol, Brookings Institution; Nick Donohue, Transportation for America 35

38 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 151 9:00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 8 The Next 50 Years in Travel Analysis: What We Don t Know but Need to Know David T. Hartgen, The Hartgen Group, presiding Sponsored by Traveler Behavior and Values Committee; Transportation Demand Forecasting Committee; Effects of Information and Communication Technologies on Travel Choices Committee; Transportation Network Modeling Committee; and Transportation Planning Applications Committee 152 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, International West HOT TOPIC Transit Performance Measurement and MAP-21 Kathryn Coffel, Kathryn Coffel Consulting, LLC, presiding Sponsored by Transit Management and Performance Committee; Performance Measurement Committee; Data for Decisions and Performance Measures Task Force; Emerging and Innovative Public Transport and Technologies Committee; Public Transportation Planning and Development Committee; Automated Transit Systems Committee; Bus Transit Systems Committee; Commuter Rail Transportation Committee; and Light Rail Transit Committee The past 50 years have seen major advances in travel analysis, modeling, and forecasting, yet the basic four-step paradigm is largely unchanged. Many new policies cannot be easily evaluated. Model accuracy is highly uncertain, and different paradigms are probably needed. This workshop discusses how travel analysis can or should advance over the next 50 years, looking at policy needs, knowledge needs, and steps forward. The audience will participate thorough comments, handouts, and votes. Introduction Ram M. Pendyala, Arizona State University Setting the Stage David T. Hartgen, The Hartgen Group What Subject Issues Will We Face? What Will Clients Ask of Us? Rebekah Straub Anderson, Ohio Department of Transportation; Steven E. Polzin, University of South Florida How Should Models Be Used in Academia and in Practice? How Can We Accelerate Tech Transfer? Tom van Vuren, Mott MacDonald Limited, United Kingdom The State of Our Knowledge Chandra R. Bhat, University of Texas, Austin What Do We Need to Know to Analyze These Issues? Mark Bradley, Resource Systems Group, Inc. Panel Discussion: What Are the Limitations of Our Current Knowledge? Kay W. Axhausen, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich; Deborah Niemeier, University of California, Davis; Antonio Paez, McMaster University, Canada Panel Discussion: How Should We Proceed? Konstadinos G. Goulias, University of California, Santa Barbara; David T. Hartgen, The Hartgen Group; Ken Cervenka, Federal Transit Administration; Eric J. Miller, University of Toronto, Canada The workshop is a forum on how to develop and implement a transit performance measurement program and comply with MAP-21 requirements on safety and the state of good repair. With case studies from the United States and internationally, participants will learn about successful programs, basics of performance management, and lessons on getting benchmarking right. The workshop highlights experiences with performance measurement and benchmarking from the American Bus Benchmarking Group and U.S. agencies. MAP-21 Transit Performance Requirements Elizabeth Sherry Riklin, Federal Transit Administration Overview of Transit Performance Measurement: TCRP Reports 88 and 141 Paul Ryus, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. American Bus Benchmarking Experience Donna DeMartino, San Joaquin Regional Transit District Performance Measurement at WMATA: From Board Goals to Front Line Employees Yvonne Marie Carney, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Performance Benchmarking: Lessons Learned from Years of International Transit Benchmarking Mark Trompet, Imperial College London, United Kingdom 153 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 9 Transportation Noise and Historic Properties Antony F. Opperman, Virginia Department of Transportation, and Karel Cubick, MS Consultants, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Historic and Archeological Preservation in Transportation Committee and Transportation-Related Noise and Vibration Committee The potential effects of transportation projects on historic properties are well understood with regard to direct impacts from construction and indirect ones through changes to settings and views. Auditory impacts from transportation noise, however, are less understood from the perspectives of both noise analysis and historic preservation. This workshop explores the nature and analysis of transportation noise, how historic properties are defined, and how noise may affect historic properties. Introduction to Transportation Noise Analysis and Abatement: State Department of Transportation Perspective Paul Kohler, Virginia Department of Transportation Introduction to Transportation Noise Analysis and Abatement: Federal Perspective Adam Alexander, Federal Highway Administration Historic Properties in Transportation Project Development MaryAnn D. Naber, Federal Highway Administration Transportation Noise and Historic Properties: Section 106 and 4(f) Issues at the Free Methodist Church Campground, Montgomery County, Maryland Anne E. Bruder, Maryland State Highway Administration 36

39 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) Historic Properties and Transportation Noise: State Department of Transportation Perspective Antony F. Opperman, Virginia Department of Transportation Transportation Noise and Historic Properties: Section 106 and Highway Noise: Case Study Karel Cubick, MS Consultants, Inc. 154 CM I :00 a.m. noon, Hilton, Cabinet What Does Accessibility Really Mean in Low-Income Communities? New Findings on Multimodal Access, Employment, and Health Outcomes Ann M. Hartell, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria, presiding Sponsored by Social and Economic Factors of Transportation Committee; Environmental Justice in Transportation Committee; and Health and Transportation Joint Subcommittee This workshop presents groundbreaking findings on the nexus of transportation and housing from the HUD Sustainable Communities research grants. Presenters will describe analyses of the relationship between multimodal accessibility, household economic and health outcomes, and subsidized housing. Findings are presented along with practitioner tools, methods, and data resources developed and used in the research to highlight opportunities for use in planning and project development. Car Access, Neighborhood Quality, and Employment for Residents of Subsidized Housing Rolf Pendall, Urban Institute; Evelyn Blumenberg, University of California, Los Angeles; Casey J. Dawkins and Jae Sik Jeon, University of Maryland, College Park; Gregory Pierce, University of California, Los Angeles; Michael Smart, Rutgers University How Can the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program Be Used Most Effectively to Promote the Preservation of Affordable Rental Housing near Transit? Michael Bodaken, National Housing Trust Walkable Access and Compromising Factors: National Comparison of Federally Subsidized Housing Programs Julia Koschinsky and Emily Talen, Arizona State University Health Impacts of the Built Environment Among Miami Medicare Medicaid Beneficiaries Scott C. Brown, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Discussants Brian J. Smith, Washington State Department of Transportation; Jacky Grimshaw, Center for Neighborhood Technology 155A 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. (ticket required; meeting room indicated on ticket) TICKET Expanding and Extending the Risk Reduction Benefits of Alcohol Interlocks Robert Bruce Voas, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation; Douglas James Beirness, Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse; Anne T. McCartt, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety; and Paul Marques, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, presiding Sponsored by Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Transportation Committee Jurisdictions are increasingly enacting laws mandating that impaired driving offenders install ignition interlocks, but laws vary widely and installation rates are low. This full-day workshop presents the latest research findings on effectiveness of and challenges for interlock programs. Attendees will engage in highly interactive discussions and develop action items and next-step research recommendations to expand compliance and extend the effectiveness of interlocks after program completion. Introduction and Overview Douglas James Beirness, Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse All-Offender Alcohol Ignition Interlock Laws in the United States: Effects on Case Dispositions, Interlock Installation Rates, Recidivism, and Crashes Anne T. McCartt, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety 2013 Survey of U.S. Interlock Installations and 10-Year Study of 55,000 Interlocked Offenders in New Mexico Richard Roth, Impact DWI Evaluation of State Ignition Interlock Programs: Interlock Rate Analyses from 28 States Tara Cassanova Powell, Preusser Research Group Inc. Feasibility of Alcohol Ignition Interlocks for Motorcycles Randolph G. Atkins, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Interlock Program Driver Risk Predictors of Recidivism, Dependence, and BAC Test Levels Paul Marques, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Florida First Offender Interlock Program: Recidivism Results Robert Bruce Voas, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Behavioral Patterns of Interlocked Offenders Ward Vanlaar, Traffic Injury Research Foundation, Canada Study on Prevention of Drink-Driving by Use of Alcohol Interlock Devices Sjoerd Houwing, Institute for Road Safety Research, Netherlands Critiques and Challenges for a Model of Best Practice for Rehabilitation and Treatment Associated with an Interlock Program Mary Christina Sheehan, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Implementation of Statewide Interlock Counseling Program David Timken, Center on Impaired Driving Research and Evaluation Response to Research Recommendations and Program Updates Heidi Coleman, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Response to Research Recommendations and Program Updates Tom Liberatore, Association of Ignition Interlock Program Administrators SUN 37

40 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 155B 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. (ticket required; meeting room indicated on ticket) TICKET 155E 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. (ticket required; meeting room indicated on ticket) TICKET SUN Human Factors Issues for Safety of Emergency Responder Vehicles Larry Avery, BMT Designers and Planners, Inc., and Jeffrey W. Muttart, Crash Safety Research Center, LLC, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Safety Management Committee and Emergency Medical Services Safety Subcommittee This workshop will address human factors issues associated with first responder vehicle safety from the context of the two key operational phases of first response: en route to or from an emergency call site and on location at the call site. Specific topics that will be addressed within the context of these operational phases include, but are not limited to, vehicle conspicuity, occupant protection, and factors that influence driver performance. 155C 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. (ticket required; meeting room indicated on ticket) HOT TOPIC TICKET Supervision of Young Drivers During the Learner License Period: Evidence, Efforts, and Evaluation Robert D. Foss, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, presiding Sponsored by Operator Education and Regulation Committee and Young Drivers Subcommittee Little is known about supervision during the learner licensing period and how it might be improved. This workshop addresses evidence about the nature and prevalence of supervision, what can be expected of parents, and whether parents should attempt to emulate driver education or do something different. Current licensing approaches and policy mandates guiding supervision will be discussed, along with experimental approaches to improve driver learning and the implications for parental supervision. 155F 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. (ticket required; meeting room indicated on ticket) TICKET Is the Partially Automated Car Semiautonomous or Semimanual? Chris Schwarz, University of Iowa, and Natasha Merat, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, presiding Sponsored by Vehicle User Characteristics Committee This workshop focuses on the human factors issues related to partial automation. It features an update on research projects examining the allocation of control functions. Speakers will lead activities on the role of driver state detection systems in automation, driver interface design considerations, and issues of system trust. Participants will actively consider each of these topics by designing a mock driver assistance system and discussing design and implementation challenges. Panel Discussion Aaron Steinfeld, Carnegie Mellon University; Myra Blanco, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute 155D CM I 7.5 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. (ticket required; meeting room indicated on ticket) TICKET How Will Emerging Technologies and Design Features of New Vehicles Affect Older Drivers? Lesley A. Ross, Pennsylvania State University, presiding Sponsored by Safe Mobility of Older Persons Committee Older drivers may be disadvantaged in the use of emerging vehicle technologies. They may not realize the full functionality of their cars and because of age-related differences in processing style and capability, they may also be at greater risk of a crash during the adaptation phase, which may be considerably longer than for younger drivers. A workshop focus will be strategies to help older drivers (and vehicle designers) overcome age-related weaknesses and capitalize on maintained strengths. Apps for Drivers: Is It Really the Wild, Wild West? Linda S. Angell, Touchstone Evaluations, Inc.; Michael Manser, Texas Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by Safety and System Users Group Apps for driving are proliferating and now include not only navigation and entertainment but also lane departure warnings, crash warnings, and augmented reality. The carry-in nature of these systems means that they are not subjected to the same requirements as vehicle systems. The workshop focuses on what is currently on the market and future trends. The role of policy and guidelines will be discussed along with if or how these systems would have access to infrastructure data. 155G 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. (ticket required; meeting room indicated on ticket) Pathway to Command Performance: Applying Human Factors Principles to Emergency and Operational Command Centers Maura C. Lohrenz, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, presiding Sponsored by Railroad Operational Safety Committee and Marine Safety and Human Factors Committee TICKET The need for effective transportation operations during longand short-term emergencies is critically important. Emergency operations centers are being revamped with the latest technology to improve emergency readiness. This workshop considers how to apply human factors principles and best practices from FEMA, Fire Life Safety, U.S. Coast Guard, and other command center experiences to improve effectiveness as centers evolve, with a focus on the critical transition from normal to emergency operations. Switching Gears 24/7: From Readiness to Action and Back Again Andy M Lehrer, MacroSys, LLC Assessing Operational Complexity to Reduce Hazard Exposure in On-Demand Operations Carlos A. Comperatore, U.S. Coast Guard 38

41 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) Visualizing Uncertainty to Support Situation Awareness and Decision Making in Disaster Preparation and Response Alex Kirlik, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Improving Decision Making in Command Centers: Identifying Errors and Mitigation Strategies Emanuel Robinson, Westat Incorporating Human Factors and Ergonomics Considerations into Joint Field Office Standup and Operations Terrence Michael Sheehan, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center 155H 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. (ticket required; meeting room indicated on ticket) TICKET Let There Be Light But When and Where? Ronald B. Gibbons, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and John D. Bullough, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, presiding Sponsored by Vehicle User Characteristics Committee and Visibility Committee This workshop focuses on the benefits and challenges of roadway and vehicle lighting technologies that dynamically change the level and distribution of lighting. These technologies include roadway lighting that adjusts to temporal traffic and pedestrian conditions as well as headlamps that adjust to the presence of oncoming vehicles and roadway geometry. Discussions will focus on the additional research needed to further develop and deploy these potential nighttime crash countermeasures. Adaptive Roadway Lighting Ronald B. Gibbons, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Adaptive Headlights and Insurance Losses Ian Reagan, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Optimizing the Benefits of Adaptive Driving Beams Michael J. Flannagan, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute Adaptive Vehicle Lighting, Visibility, and Safety John D. Bullough, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 155I 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. (ticket required; meeting room indicated on ticket) Mobility for All Users: Understanding Barriers for Working-Age Adults with Cognitive Impairments and Anxiety Disorders Cecelia Feeley, Rutgers University, and Andrea Lubin, Rutgers University, presiding Sponsored by Vehicle User Characteristics Committee TICKET The focus of this workshop is cognitive impairments and anxiety disorders in the transportation environment. The workshop provides an understanding of the transportation-related barriers that these invisible disabilities can present as well as human factors considerations necessary for overcoming these barriers. Real-world examples of transportation and mobility difficulties will be considered. Panel Discussion Gary Gaffney, University of Iowa College of Medicine 156 9:30 a.m. noon, Marriott, Wilson A Long-Term Pavement Performance State Coordinators Meeting William H. Temple, Concrete and Aggregates Association of Louisiana, presiding Sponsored by Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) Committee Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) state coordinators, the FHWA LTPP team, other FHWA officials, members of the TRB Long-Term Pavement Performance Committee and its expert task groups, TRB staff, and other pavement technology professionals will meet for an annual review of progress in the technical activities of the LTPP program. Welcome from Federal Highway Administration Jorge E. Pagan-Ortiz, Federal Highway Administration TRB Long-Term Pavement Performance Committee Report William H. Temple, Concrete and Aggregates Association of Louisiana Recruitment of New LTPP Warm-Mix Asphalt Experiment Projects Jack H. Springer, Federal Highway Administration; Jason Puccinelli, Nichols Consulting Engineers LTPP InfoPave Go-Live Yan Jiang, Federal Highway Administration; Riaz Ahmad, iengineering Corporation Minnesota s Experience with LTPP InfoPave Benjamin James Worel, Minnesota Department of Transportation PennDOT s Experience with LTPP InfoPave Daniel Stepaniants, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2014 ASCE-LTPP International Data Analysis Contest Deborah Walker, Federal Highway Administration A Look Ahead Aramis Lopez, Federal Highway Administration 157 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Keck, Room 100 HOT TOPIC Introduction to SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study Data Access Website Kenneth L. Campbell, Transportation Research Board, presiding Sponsored by Oversight Committee for the Strategic Highway Research Program 2 Committee This workshop provides a hands-on introduction to the SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study (NDS) data access website. The website allows users to access NDS driver demographic information, driver assessment tests, vehicle descriptive information, and trip summary data. Participants will have live access to the NDS website using their own laptop computers. Participants must have an Institutional Review Board training certificate. Hands-On Use of SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study Data Access Website Mike Mollenhaer, Miguel A. Perez, and Nelson Gunter, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Jon Hankey, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University SUN 39

42 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 158 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Virginia C Applications of the Systemic Approach to Safety Keith K. Knapp, Iowa State University, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Safety Management Committee; Low-Volume Roads Committee; and Rural Road Safety Policy, Programming, and Implementation Joint Subcommittee This workshop is designed for safety program managers and professionals at the state and local levels. It provides an update on the process, tools, and applications supporting the systemic safety approach. The discussion will focus on the application of the methodology, benefits, and challenges experienced by those using systemic applications. The need for additional research and outreach will also be discussed to encourage more widespread implementation. Summary of Systematic Safety Project Selection Tool Karen Scurry, Federal Highway Administration Application of Systemic Safety Planning Process to Pedestrian- Related Improvements Andrew Kaplan, Rutgers University Comparison of Countermeasure Selection Methods for Use in Road Safety Management Douglas W. Harwood, MRIGlobal Potential Gravel or Rock Road Risk Factors Keith K. Knapp, Iowa State University Incorporating Systemic Safety in Existing Programs Victoria F. Beale, Ohio Department of Transportation Overcoming Systematic Safety Implementation Challenges Victor Lund, St. Louis County Systemic Safety Project Selection Tool: Evaluation Michael K. Curtit and Ashley Reinkemeyer, Missouri Department of Transportation Evaluation of Low-Cost Safety Improvements: Pooled Fund Study Systemic Evaluation Update Roya Amjadi, Federal Highway Administration; Frank Gross, VHB Engineering NC, P.C :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South Back to Basics: Fostering and Nurturing Research Agendas Sue Sillick, Montana Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Technical Activities Council This workshop is held for committee research coordinators (CRCs), committee chairs, and others interested in fostering and nurturing research agendas for committees. Guidance and tools for CRCs will be presented, including research needs statements, database enhancements, strategies for committee collaboration, CRC committee successful practices, CRC leadership council developments, and more. Breakout Groups Wrap-up and Next Steps Sue Sillick, Montana Department of Transportation 160 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall East Characterization of Foundations of Bridges and Other Structures for Reuse Frank Jalinoos, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Soil and Rock Properties Committee; Foundations of Bridges and Other Structures Committee; Soils and Rock Instrumentation Committee; Exploration and Classification of Earth Materials Committee; Subsurface Soil-Structure Interaction Committee; and Low-Volume Roads Committee Reusing foundations during bridge rehabilitation is becoming increasingly popular. Many DOTs have begun developing guidelines and engineering methodologies for reusing foundations to reduce traffic congestion, environmental impacts, construction delays, and project cost. This workshop supports practitioners, researchers, and policy makers in assessing foundation reuse cost benefit and associated risk as well as in developing design, testing, construction, and maintenance guidelines. FHWA Characterization of Bridge Foundation Workshop Frank Jalinoos, Federal Highway Administration Foundation Reuse Experience at FHWA Federal Lands Khamis Y. Haramy, Federal Highway Administration Issue and Challenges with Foundation Reuse at North Carolina DOT Mohammed A. Mulla, North Carolina Department of Transportation Experience with Evaluation and Reuse of Bridge Foundations at Massachusetts DOT Peter Connors, Massachusetts Department of Transportation Virginia DOT I-95 Bridge Rehabilitation: Substructure Repairs Joe Hardee, URS Corporation Henley Bridge Rehabilitation Project with Emphasis on Original Historic Design Saieb Haddad, Tennessee Department of Transportation VAB Reuse of Foundation at Arthur Mill Crossing Railroad Bridge, Salt Lake Valley, Utah Jon E. Bischoff, Utah Department of Transportation Ohio DOT Experience with Foundation Reuse Jawdat Siddiqi, Ohio Department of Transportation Workshop Roundup Jerry Anthony DiMaggio, Transportation Research Board Welcome, Introductions, and Updates Sue Sillick, Montana Department of Transportation TRB Research Needs Statements Database Update Michael DeCarmine, Transportation Research Board The Fine Art of Developing Research Needs Statements for TRB Cooperative Research Programs Michael R. Salamone, Transportation Research Board Success Stories Mark L. Reno, Quincy Engineering; Barbara Thomas Harder, BT Harder, Inc.; Ilona Kastenhofer, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research; and Amanda K. Emo, Federal Railroad Administration Have Comments? Your suggestions and comments help us improve TRB products and services. Send comments about this meeting and ideas for future TRB meetings to 40

43 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 161 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Wilson A 163 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Washington B3 Civil Integrated Management: Paradigm Shift, Our Legacy, and Our Future Amlan Mukherjee, Michigan Technological University, and David Hyung Seok Jeong, Iowa State University, presiding Sponsored by Construction Management Committee; Information Systems in Construction Management Joint Subcommittee; and Information Systems and Technology Committee This workshop provides an opportunity to showcase the cutting edge of civil integrated management applications in the field of heavy civil construction. The invited speakers from industry, government agencies, academia, and international organizations will present their experiences, lessons learned from their pilot projects, international efforts in developing standards and codes, and their visions on this new paradigm in practice. Field Tablet PC Mobile Devices Used with 3D Models for Construction Inspection, Surveying, and Quality Control at Zoo Interchange, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for Improved Model-Based Digital Project Delivery Lance William Parve, Wisconsin Department of Transportation Development of Alignment-Based Parametric Data Exchange Schema for Bridge Geometry ( ) Hanjin Hu, Stuart S. Chen, Rohit Srikonda, and Najaf Ali, State University of New York, Buffalo Open Data Exchange Standards to Connect Virtual Design and Construction to Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Jay Vose, Kiewit Corporation; Jorge Pinto, Computer Sciences Corporation Adoption of Building Information Modeling and Virtual Design Construction for Infrastructure Projects Yelda Turkan and Charles T. Jahren, Iowa State University International Efforts in Developing Digital Standards for Heavy Civil Projects Chris Castaing, Egis International, France Assessing Opportunities at the Intersection of Information Systems and Construction Management Edward J. Jaselskis, North Carolina State University 162 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Madison A HOT TOPIC Concrete Research for Transportation Applications: Celebrating Our Legacy and Anticipating Our Future, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 102) Jamshid M. Armaghani, Global Sustainable Solutions, presiding Sponsored by Properties of Concrete Committee; Basic Research and Emerging Technologies Related To Concrete Committee; Nanotechnology-Based Concrete Materials Task Force; Durability of Concrete Committee; and Concrete Materials and Placement Techniques Committee This full-day workshop features an all-star lineup of legacy speakers discussing the past, present, and future of concrete research and implementation. Part 1 of the workshop begins with speakers presenting past key research accomplishments that have dramatically shaped concrete transportation infrastructure. In Part 2 speakers present the pressing concrete research needs and future challenges. A panel discussion will end this essential workshop. The Future of Concrete in Transportation Infrastructure: Materials, Placement Techniques, and Testing Technologies William Jason Weiss, Purdue University The Future of Concrete in Transportation Infrastructure: Sustainability Thomas John Van Dam, Nichols Consulting Engineers Chartered Meeting Challenges of Implementation in the New Economic Climate Michael M. Sprinkel, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research Panel Discussion Surendra P. Shah, Northwestern University; Edward J. Garboczi, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Suneel N. Vanikar and M. Myint Lwin, Federal Highway Administration; William Jason Weiss, Purdue University; Thomas John Van Dam, Nichols Consulting Engineers Chartered; Michael M. Sprinkel, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research; Jamshid M. Armaghani, Global Sustainable Solutions; Mohammad Shamim Khan, Professional Service Industries, Inc.; Robert Douglas Hooton, University of Toronto, Canada SUN Comparison of Surrogate Measures of Safety Extracted from Video Data Nicolas Saunier, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Safety Data, Analysis and Evaluation Committee and Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications Committee This workshop is designed for both practitioners and researchers interested in the use of video data for surrogate safety analysis. Although several methods exist for different purposes and settings, few direct comparisons have been made and no guidelines exist to choose and adjust existing methods for a given application. A public data set of video from several sites was made available in June, and participants are invited to test their methods and present their results at the workshop. 41

44 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 164 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall North Congestion Pricing and Managed Lanes: 20 Years of Learning Where Have We Been, Where Are We Now, and Where Are We Going? Patty Rubstello, Washington State Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Congestion Pricing Committee and Managed Lanes Committee This workshop focuses on the 20 years of learning from congestion pricing and managed lanes, including discussions on their existing state and state of practice, future challenges and technological innovations that are foreseen, and opportunities in the continued evolution of managed lanes and roadway pricing. Experts will share lessons learned and operational experiences. Opening Remarks and Setting the Stage David H. Ungemah, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Wayne Berman, Federal Highway Administration Where Have We Been? Lee W. Munnich, University of Minnesota; Greg Hulsizer, Cambria Solutions; David Schumacher, San Diego Association of Governments; Kenneth Buckeye, Minnesota Department of Transportation Where Are We Now? Adrian T. Moore, Reason Foundation; Stephanie Wiggins, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority; Angela Jacobs, Federal Highway Administration; Patty Rubstello, Washington State Department of Transportation; Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology; Debora Rivera, Florida Department of Transportation Where Are We Going? Casey Emoto, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority; Katharine Nees, Texas Department of Transportation; Lisa Klein, Metropolitan Transportation Commission; Cathy Liu, University of Utah; Joseph Rouse, California Department of Transportation 165 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 1 Current Practice in Application of Recycled Asphalt Pavement and Recycled Asphalt Shingle in Hot-Mix Asphalt: National and International Perspectives Shin-Che Huang, Western Research Institute, presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Nonasphalt Components of Asphalt Paving Mixtures Committee; Characteristics of Asphalt Materials Committee; and General Issues in Asphalt Technology Committee The use of reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) is now common practice in most states; the use of reclaimed asphalt shingle (RAS) is becoming more common. A recent U.S. survey shows that the average RAP content in asphalt mix is only 10% to 20%. This workshop provides a forum for the exchange of recent research for short- and long-term performance of RAP and RAS pavements. International speakers will present the current status of RAP and RAS applications in their respective countries. Recent Advances in Field Evaluation of RAP in the United States Iliya Yut, University of Connecticut; Delmar R. Salomon, Pavement Preservation Systems, LLC RAP Application in the Netherlands André Molenaar, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Current Status of RAP Application in France Francois Olard, Eiffage Travaux Publics, France Current Status of RAP Application in China Songchang Huang, Research Institute of Highway Ministry of Transport, China Recycling in Japan Kazuyuki Kubo, Public Works Research Institute, Japan 166 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Virginia B Effect of Falling-Weight Deflectometer Pulse Duration on Measured and Predicted Pavement Structural Response Lynne H. Irwin, Cornell University, presiding Sponsored by Strength and Deformation Characteristics of Pavement Sections Committee The workshop presents results of a contest in which research teams review and analyze FAA heavyweight deflectometer (HWD) data. Each team presents a comprehensive description of the methodologies used, backcalculated pavement layer data, and predictions of the horizontal strains, vertical stresses, and vertical differential displacements at specified locations for each test point. Each team also answers the question, Does the type of HWD/FWD make a difference in the calculated results? 167 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland A Motorcycle Licensing Systems and Their Effect on Rider Participation in Renewal Training and Safety Outcomes, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 109) Sherry Williams, Motorcycle Safety Foundation, and Robert D. Foss, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, presiding Sponsored by Motorcycles and Mopeds Committee and Operator Education and Regulation Committee This workshop, designed for policy makers and researchers, reviews content and effectiveness of motor vehicle licensing systems in domestic and international jurisdictions. Presentations explore the safety outcomes of licensing practices and include such topics as linking licensing and training, effectiveness of motorcycle-specific graduated licensing systems, and effects of supplemental training courses in hazard awareness and refresher, reentry, or lifelong training. Overview of U.S. Approaches to Motorcycle Licensing James Heideman, Motorcycle Safety Foundation; Brett Robinson, Highway Safety Services Incidence and Reduction of Unlicensed Riding John W. Billheimer, Transcribe, LLC Parallel to Teen Driving Graduated Driver Licensing: Considering Potential Risk Factors for Novice Riders Eric R. Teoh, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Current Status of RAP Application in the United States Randy C. West, National Center for Asphalt Technology Current Status of RAS Application in the United States Gerald A. Huber, Heritage Research Group 42

45 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 168 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Washington B :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Washington B1 Nonnuclear Methods for Compaction Control of Unbound Materials Munir D. Nazzal, Ohio University, Athens, presiding Sponsored by Mineral Aggregates Committee; Soil and Rock Properties Committee; and Soils and Rock Instrumentation Committee Proper compaction of soils and unbound materials is one of the most critical components in the construction of pavements, airfields, and embankments to ensure their adequate performance, durability, and stability over time. This workshop presents the various nonnuclear methods and devices used by state highway agencies in compaction control of unbound materials. Also, it highlights the gaps in knowledge and current practices and identifies needed future research to fill these gaps. Celebrating Our Legacy: Proctor-Implemented Nonnuclear Compaction Control 80 Years Ago John A. Siekmeier, Minnesota Department of Transportation Current Practices for Compaction Control of Unbound Materials Munir D. Nazzal, Ohio University, Athens Compaction and Quality Control: NCHRP Synthesis 445 Findings Erol Tutumluer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Overview of Critical Parameters in Developing Modulus-Based Specifications Soheil Nazarian, University of Texas, El Paso Rules of Thumb for Using Stiffness-Based Testing in Earthworks David J. White, Iowa State University Compaction Control Today and Anticipating the Future John A. Siekmeier, Minnesota Department of Transportation 169 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland B Reliable Real-Time Traveler Information Systems Sushant Sharma, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by User Information Systems Committee and Transportation Network Modeling Committee A key issue with real-time traffic information systems is the reliability of the information being provided. It is well documented that unreliable travel information may either cause changes in the use of that information or affect reliance on the information systems. In this workshop, challenges related to providing reliable real-time traffic information are tackled. The workshop also focuses on new paradigms of information systems such as ecoroutes and reliable routes. Effectiveness of Different Approaches to Disseminating Traveler Information on Travel Time Reliability: Results from SHRP 2 L14 Beverly T. Kuhn, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Data Needs and Model Accuracy for Predicting Corridor-Level Travel Time Reliability Xuesong Zhou, Arizona State University Travel Time Reliability: Data and Measurement Challenges and Solutions Michael Finn, Here (Nokia) How Predictable Are Travel Times? Some Insights from a Decade of Research into Travel Time Reliability and Travel Time Prediction Hans Van Lint, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Use of Data for Travel Time Reliability at Washington State Department of Transportation Bill B. Legg, Washington State Department of Transportation 171 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland C SUN Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Strategies for University Campuses and Peripheral Areas Offer Grembek, University of California, Berkeley, presiding Sponsored by Pedestrians Committee and Bicycle Transportation Committee This workshop is designed for both practitioners and researchers to provide an understanding of safety on and around university campuses. The high volume of pedestrian, bike, transit, and vehicular activity around the periphery of campuses creates a dynamic social environment but also requires significant efforts to maintain pedestrian and bicycle safety. Experts will present the latest research and strategies to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety around university campuses. Unique Features of Campus Environments Offer Grembek, University of California, Berkeley Comparative Analysis of Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Around University Campuses Camille Fink, University of California, Los Angeles; Aditya Medury, University of California, Berkeley Objective Prioritization Rankings for Safety Improvements Robert J. Schneider, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Educational Campaign for Improving Pedestrian Safety: University Campus Study Yu Zhang, University of South Florida, Tampa Pedestrian Enforcement Programs on an Urban Commuter Campus Peter Tarmo Savolainen, Wayne State University Pedestrian Conflicts at Campus Crosswalks: Illinois Experience Rahim F. Benekohal, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Seismic Pushover Analysis: Using AASHTO Guide Specifications for LRFD Seismic Bridge Design and FHWA Retrofit Manual, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 114) Michael D. Keever, California Department of Transportation; Elmer Marx, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities; and Wen-huei Phillip Yen, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Seismic Design and Performance of Bridges Committee This workshop focuses on the development of the lateral force-displacement relationship of bridge substructure units. The explicit and implicit methods of the AASHTO and FHWA specifications will be discussed with worked examples. 43

46 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 172 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Washington B5 Simulation: Looking Back and Looking Ahead Constantinos Antoniou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece; Robert Lawrence Bertini, Portland State University, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee The focus of this year s SimSub simulation workshop is consistent with the meeting s theme, Celebrating Our Legacy, Anticipating Our Future. Top experts in the field will provide discussion papers on the history, current status, and future of traffic simulation. The audience will be asked to provide input and frame a forward-looking discussion of future trends and research needs. Join us for this popular annual event. The intent is to publish a circular containing the material presented. Traffic Flow Modeling: A Genealogy (P ) Femke van Wageningen-Kessels, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands History of the Use of Simulation in Traffic Analysis (P ) Edward Lieberman, KLD Associates, Inc. Evolution of the TEXAS Model and Traffic Simulation (P ) Thomas W. Rioux, Rioux Engineering History of VISSIM Development (P ) Peter Vortisch, PTV AG Evolution of SUMO Simulation Model (P ) Peter Wagner, German Aerospace Center Thoughts on Traffic Simulation Models (P ) Alexander Skabardonis, University of California, Berkeley Future Directions for Managing Uncertainty in Stochastic Traffic Models (P ) Vincenzo Punzo, University of Naples Federico II, Italy Big Data and the Calibration and Validation of Traffic Simulation Models (P ) Kaan Ozbay, Rutgers University Looking Back and Forward at Modeling the Safety System (P ) William Young, Monash University, Australia Panel Discussion (P ) Nathan H. Gartner, University of Massachusetts, Lowell Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University George List, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Jeffrey A. Lindley, Federal Highway Administration 173 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Virginia A Steel Bridge Fabrication, Erection, and Construction Issues Affecting Design Decisions: What Every Bridge Designer Needs to Know John M. Yadlosky, HDR Engineering, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Fabrication and Inspection of Metal Structures Committee and Construction of Bridges and Structures Committee This workshop is targeted to provide comprehensive lessons regarding the ins and outs of steel bridge fabrication and construction. Normal college engineering design curricula do not cover the practical aspects of fabricating bridge components and understanding how they come together in the field. This workshop is meant to introduce these construction considerations to design engineers so that they better understand what happens after the design is complete. Introduction and Overview: Things to Watch Out For Karl H. Frank, Hirschfeld Industries Manufacture and Construction Tolerances, Trial Assemblies, and Fit Relating to Design Francesco Russo, Michael Baker Jr., Inc. Considerations in Design for Erection Brian M. Kozy, Federal Highway Administration Transportation and Erection Stability and Fit During Construction Martin Howard Kendall, STV Group, Inc. Specialized Erection Methods Including Sliding and Launching Michael David LaViolette, HDR Inc. Steel Bridge Technology: Welding and Assembly Issues Designer Needs to Understand Ronald D. Medlock, High Steel Structures, Inc. Ins and Outs of High-Strength Bolts Gerald Schroeder, Fish & Associates 174 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Delaware A Successes in Accelerated Project Delivery R. Edward Minchin, University of Florida, presiding Sponsored by Project Delivery Methods Committee This workshop examines accelerated project delivery for transportation projects of all descriptions at all phases of project development for all modes of transportation. The discussions and presentations in the workshop cover the project from conception through operation of the completed facility. The participants will examine the performance of existing methods and combinations of methods as well as new methods or those on the horizon. Summary of National Efforts in Accelerating Project Delivery Jeffery S. Lewis, Federal Highway Administration Accelerating a Portfolio of Projects Larry Shughart, Worley Parsons Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Accelerating Project Delivery Phillip Russell, Consultant Challenges in Accelerating Only Part of a Project Nabeel Khwaja, University of Texas, Austin; Tracey Friggle Logan, Texas Department of Transportation Unique Challenges in Airport Construction Andres Garcia, City of Chicago Expanding a Project Through Proper and Creative Application of Construction Manager General Contractor Delivery Teri Anne Newell, Utah Department of Transportation 44

47 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 175 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall West Use of SHRP 2 Products in the Real World Neil J. Pedersen, Transportation Research Board, presiding Sponsored by Oversight Committee for the Strategic Highway Research Program 2 Committee 176 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Washington B2 Using the Roadside Safety Analysis Program, Part 2: User Experiences (Part 1, Session 117) Malcolm Howard Ray, RoadSafe LLC, presiding Sponsored by Roadside Safety Design Committee The Second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) is nearing the end of the research phase and is producing a number of products that will be useful to state DOTs and other transportation agencies. During the research and development phase a number of state DOTs and other agencies were involved in pilot-testing a number of these products. This workshop features the experiences of several states in using SHRP 2 products, including information on the benefits derived by these agencies. New York State Experience with SHRP 2 Products Daniel D Angelo, New York State Department of Transportation Washington State Experience with SHRP 2 products Thomas E. Baker and Brian J. Smith, Washington State Department of Transportation; John Nisbet, Washington Department of Transportation Minnesota Experience with SHRP 2 Products Matt Shands, Minnesota Department of Transportation; Todd J. Polum, SRF Consulting Group, Inc. California Experience with SHRP 2 Products Joseph Horton, California Department of Transportation Georgia Experience with SHRP 2 Products Genetha Rice-Singleton and Georgene M. Geary, Georgia Department of Transportation Virginia Experience with SHRP 2 Products Celik Ozyildirim, Shabbir Hossain, and John S. Miller, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research; Sarah Rhodes, Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission Users will share their experiences with the new Roadside Safety Analysis Program (RSAPv3) to solve real-world roadside safety cost benefit problems. A variety of examples of different types of roadside design issues will be presented as well as some comparisons between the new and old versions of RSAP :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Marriott, Washington B4 What Are Transportation Operations, and Why Should I Care? Philip J. Tarnoff, Consultant, and Nikola Ivanov, University of Maryland, College Park, presiding Sponsored by Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations Committee; Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee; Freeway Operations Committee; Highway/Rail Grade Crossings Committee; Visualization in Transportation Committee; and Young Members Council As the number of vehicles on our roadways grows, transportation demand rises at a faster rate than roadway capacity. The result is increased congestion in urban regions and reduced mobility in freight corridors. Increased congestion introduces additional safety issues. The lack of space, induced demand, and other issues often result in the opinion that we cannot build our way out of congestion. Transportation operations focus on better utilization of existing infrastructure and resources. Part 1: Panel Discussion Past and Present Considerations Robert Lawrence Bertini, Portland State University; Leslie N. Jacobson and Stephen C. Lockwood, Parsons Brinckerhoff; John M. Corbin, Wisconsin Department of Transportation; Ira Promisel, New York State Department of Transportation SUN Part 2: Breakout Discussion The Future of Transportation Operations Part 3: Summary Discussion Strategic Direction for the Future Get Involved! TRB s standing committees provide an excellent opportunity for you to network with others in your field and to stay current on emerging issues while contributing to the continuing evolution of transportation research and practice. To participate as a volunteer in TRB committee activities or to learn more about the work of the standing committees, Consult the list of TRB standing committees at including the scope statement and member list for each. Contact the TRB staff representative to find out about current activities in which you may want to participate. Volunteer to serve as a reviewer of research papers, to work on a committee project, or to give a presentation or preside at a session of the annual meeting or a specialty conference. Participate in committee meetings at this Annual Meeting, which generally are open to anyone who wishes to attend. Introduce yourself to the chair and to other committee members. 45

48 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 178 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Shoreham, Ambassador Advancing the State of Freight Transportation, Part 2: Measuring Freight Fluidity Performance (Part 1, Session 119) Nicole Katsikides, Federal Highway Administration, and Joseph L. Schofer, Northwestern University, presiding Sponsored by Freight Transportation Planning and Logistics Committee and Development of Freight Fluidity Performance Measures Task Force Freight performance is important to carriers, shippers, customers, and infrastructure owners. Today performance measures must go beyond links and nodes to reflect the entire supply chain. This necessity calls for new data and measures. Freight fluidity is a promising paradigm to measure freight performance. This workshop addresses the concept and application of freight fluidity to identify opportunities for its development and deployment. It will inform a TRB freight fluidity workshop in May Overview and Agenda Joseph L. Schofer, Northwestern University Context and Background Nicole Katsikides, Federal Highway Administration Applications of Freight Fluidity: New Freight Performance Measure Louis-Paul Tardif, Transport Canada Public- and Private-Sector Perspectives on Applying a Fluidity Measure Scott Drumm, Port of Portland, Oregon State Agency Perspective Stuart Anderson, Iowa Department of Transportation The Future of Freight Fluidity Measurement - Discussion Joseph L. Schofer, Northwestern University; Nicole Katsikides, Federal Highway Administration; Juan Carlos Villa, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Louis-Paul Tardif, Transport Canada; Lance R. Grenzeback, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.; Scott Drumm, Port of Portland, Oregon; Stuart Anderson, Iowa Department of Transportation; Joseph Kane, Brookings Institution Current Interests and Applications of Fluidity in the United States Lance R. Grenzeback, Cambridge Systems, Inc.; Kenneth Ned Mitchell, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Joseph Kane, Brookings Institution Workshop Wrap-Up Joseph L. Schofer, Northwestern University 179 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Shoreham, Diplomat Bridge and Tunnel Safety and Security Jeffrey L. Western, Western Management and Consulting, LLC, and Meghann Valeo, MMV Consulting LLC, presiding Sponsored by Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Committee; Structures Section; International Activities Committee; General Structures Committee; and Bridge Management Committee U.S. bridges and tunnels have many safety and security issues, including concerns about aging. Recent bridge failures, bridge and tunnel fires, and other natural and manufactured events reveal the vulnerabilities of the nation s transportation infrastructure. This workshop provides an update on national bridge and tunnel activities during the past year related to the planning, prevention, and lessening of the impact of future events. FHWA Overview and Update on Fracture-Critical Bridges Steven L. Ernst, Federal Highway Administration TRB Update Waseem Dekelbab, Transportation Research Board FHWA Methodology for Bridge Replacement Thomas D. Everett, Federal Highway Administration Rapid Replacement of Critical Bridges Mary Lou Ralls, Ralls Newman, LLC Skagit River Truss Bridge Collapse and Recovery Plan ( ) Bijan Khaleghi, Washington State Department of Transportation Vulnerabilities of Aging Bridges and Tunnels Jürgen Peter Krieger, Federal Highway Research Institute, Germany; Balthasar Novák, University of Stuttgart, Germany 180 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Shoreham, Palladian Environmental Design: Fifth E for Advancement of Toward Zero Deaths Initiatives Scott D. Bradley, Minnesota Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Landscape and Environmental Design Committee and Context Sensitive Design/Solutions (CSD/CSS) Task Force Contrary to conventional wisdom, in seeking to advance roadway safety, there is less known research correlating roadway and roadside environmental design attributes with positive influences on roadway behaviors and safety. This workshop reveals this research and informs research needs and priorities for advancing the application of environmental design as a fifth E to positively influence motorized and nonmotorized behaviors in advancing the Toward Zero Deaths safety initiative. Past Research Efforts and Current Needs to Inform Application of Environmental Design Attributes to Influence Roadway Behaviors and Safety Jody Rosenblatt, Ball State University; Nikiforos Stamatiadis, University of Kentucky; Giorgio Chiarello, OPLA+, Italy; Keith J. Harrison, Federal Highway Administration Facilitated Dialogue with Panelists and Audience to Inform Additional Research Needs and Priorities Scott D. Bradley, Minnesota Department of Transportation; Jody Rosenblatt, Ball State University; Nikiforos Stamatiadis, University of Kentucky; Giorgio Chiarello, OPLA+, Italy; Keith J. Harrison, Federal Highway Administration 181 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Shoreham, Capitol Harmonization of CO 2 Calculation for Freight Transport: Progress Report Alan Lewis, Transport & Travel Research Ltd., United Kingdom; James J. Winebrake, Rochester Institute of Technology; Edgar Blanco, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and Buddy Polovick, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Energy Committee; Transportation and Sustainability Committee; Freight Systems Group; and International Trade and Transportation Committee This workshop is intended to inform attendees from both the research and industry sectors of the progress in assessing and harmonizing the wide variety of existing methods being used for calculating the carbon footprint of supply chains. The workshop covers different freight transport modes and operation types in different international regions and the arrangements proposed to continue to develop an internationally harmonized approach in the future. COFRET: How the Project Is Contributing to Global Standardization for Carbon Footprinting of Freight Transport Verena Charlotte Ehrler, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Germany 46

49 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) How International Liaison Can Help Methodology Development in the United States Edgar Blanco, Massachusetts Institute of Technology International State of the Art: From Fragmentation to a Common Way Forward Jan Kiel, Panteia From Methodology to Collecting the Data That Drive Operational Improvement Buddy Polovick, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Driving Smart Freight Strategies Through Adoption of a Global Emissions Methodology Sophie Punte, Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities, Philippines Carbon Footprinting of Freight Transport Within International Standards Andrew Dryden, International Organization for Standardization 182 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room One Hundred Years of the Panama Canal: Legacy and Future, Part 2: Looking to the Future Assets and Challenges (Part 1, Session 127) Maryvonne Cécile Plessis-Fraissard, Consultant; Jean-Pierre Medevielle, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks, presiding Sponsored by Ports and Channels Committee; International Activities Committee; Transportation History Committee; Freight Systems Group; International Trade and Transportation Committee; and Marine Group Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Panama Canal, this workshop reviews its historical influence and examines the potentially dramatic changes that will be produced with the expansion of the canal in That influence is already being felt as shippers, carriers, and ports respond to the prospective opportunities and challenges the expansion presents. Speakers will discuss the canal in terms of its logistical, commercial, financial, economic, and environmental influences and impacts. Session 3a Theresa Dau-Ngo, Port of Long Beach Keynote Presentation Paul Chip Jaenichen, Maritime Administration Speakers Genevieve Giuliano, University of Southern California, Los Angeles; José Luis Irigoyen, World Bank; John E. Graykowski, Maritime Transport & Logistics Advisors, LLC Discussant Mary R. Brooks, Dalhousie University, Canada Session 3b Lillian C. Borrone, Eno Center for Transportation Panel Discussion Mark Szakonyi, Journal of Commerce Group; Efrain Osorio, American President Lines Ltd.; Amanda Nelson, Norfolk Southern Corporation; Christina S. Casgar, San Diego Association of Governments 183 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Shoreham, Empire Prefabricated Bridge Elements and Systems for Accelerated Bridge Construction Benjamin Beerman, FHWA Resource Center, and Mary Lou Ralls, Ralls Newman, LLC, presiding Sponsored by General Structures Committee; Accelerated Bridge Construction Subcommittee; Steel Bridges Committee; Concrete Bridges Committee; and Construction of Bridges and Structures Committee This workshop discusses the use of prefabricated bridge elements and systems (PBES) technologies in accelerated bridge construction programs. Workshop topics include strategies in the areas of planning, engineering, materials, research, contracting, and construction. Agency Implementation of ABC in a Programmatic Manner Wayne Symonds, Vermont Agency of Transportation Full-Depth Deck Panels W/UHPC Agency s Collaborative Efforts with Industry to Advance and Implement Prefabricated Deck Panels Using Ultra-High-Performance Concrete for a Program of Projects Richard Marchione, New York Department of Transportation Massena Lateral Slide Bridge Project: Owner s Experience on Use of Lateral Slide Method for ABC Applications Ahmad Abu-Hawash, Iowa Department of Transportation Rawson Bridge Move Using Self-Propelled Modular Transporters: Owner s Experience on Use of SPMTs for ABC Applications William Olivia, Wisconsin Department of Transportation U.S. Coast Guard Alteration of Bridges Projects: Challenges and Unusual Construction Techniques to Replace Moveable Bridge Spans Using ABC Methods Kamal Elnahal and Arvind Patel, U.S. Coast Guard 184 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Shoreham, Governors Reducing Evaporative Emissions in Marine Transportation Nathan Hutson, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Marine Environment Committee and Inland Water Transportation Committee Most research on marine air quality focuses on emissions from engine combustion, yet emission of pollutants from the evaporation of liquid bulk cargo in transit is also a significant concern. This workshop is intended to explore the role that evaporative emissions play in the total emissions profile of marine vessels and barges and to explore emerging technologies and strategies for controlling these emissions. Barge Emission Estimates Martinus Wolf, Eastern Research Group, Inc. Establishing Performance Benchmarks and Broad-Scale Strategies to Reduce Pollution Hot Spots: Focus on Ports Elena Craft, Environmental Defense Fund Comparing Sources of Marine Emissions Haifeng Wang, International Council on Clean Transportation Controlling Inland Marine Evaporative Emissions: Approach of the Industry (P ) Mark Wright, American Waterways Operators SUN 47

50 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 185 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Shoreham, Congressional 187 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Shoreham, Hampton HOT TOPIC SUN Status of State Rail Planning: Coordinating, Collaborating, and Implementing Donald B. Ludlow, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Freight Rail Transportation Committee; Statewide Multimodal Transportation Planning Committee; Intermodal Freight Transport Committee; Freight Transportation Planning and Logistics Committee; and Commuter Rail Transportation Committee State departments of transportation have developed a new generation of state rail plans in response to the Passenger Rail Infrastructure Investment Act of This workshop focuses on the status of state rail planning and methods for coordinating with other planning efforts. The workshop has four modules: (a) advances in state rail planning, (b) coordination with other plans (e.g., MAP-21 state freight plans), (c) private-sector collaboration, and (d) confrontation of future challenges. Advances in State Rail Planning: FRA Perspective Kyle Gradinger, Federal Railroad Administration Working Coordinating with Plans: Class Federal I Railroads Perspective to Develop State Rail Plans: Western John V. States Wells, U.S. Department of Transportation Working Aaron with Hegeman, Class BNSF I Railroads Railway to Company Develop State Rail Plans: Working Western States with Class I Railroads to Develop State Rail Plans: Eastern Aaron States Hegeman, BNSF Railway Company Working Jennifer with Kinsella, Class CSX I Railroads Transportation, to Develop Inc. State Rail Plans: Working Eastern States with Short Line Railroads to Develop State Rail Plans Jerry Jennifer E. Vest, Kinsella, Genesee CSX & Transportation, Wyoming Railroad Inc. Services, Inc. Addressing Working with Future Short Challenges Line Railroads of State to Develop Rail Planning: State Rail Virginia Plans Perspective Jerry E. Vest, Genesee & Wyoming Railroad Services, Inc. Addressing Emily Stock, Future Virginia Challenges Department of State of Rail and Planning: Public Virginia Perspective Transportation How Emily to Improve Stock, Virginia Collaboration Department in Future of Rail State and Rail Public Planning Efforts Transportation How Anne to Improve Canby, OneRail Collaboration Coalition in Future State Rail Planning Efforts 186 Anne Canby, OneRail Coalition 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Shoreham, Executive 186 Sustainability 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Assessment Shoreham, of Executive Pavement Systems Kurt D. Smith, Applied Pavement Technology, Inc., presiding Sponsored Sustainability by Pavement Assessment Management of Pavement Section and Sustainable Systems Kurt Pavements D. Smith, Subcommittee Applied Pavement Technology, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Pavement Management Section and Sustainable This Pavements workshop Subcommittee provides the latest information on the sustainability assessment of pavement systems. It features presentations This workshop on provides life-cycle the assessment latest information and on sustainability on the rating sustainability systems, assessment with an emphasis of pavement on how systems. those It tools features are being implemented presentations by on transportation life-cycle assessment agencies and for on improving sustainability the sustainability rating systems, of with their an pavement emphasis systems on how and those programs. tools are being implemented by transportation agencies for improving the Sustainability sustainability of State their of pavement Affairs systems and programs. Thomas John Van Dam, Nichols Consulting Engineers Sustainability Rating State of Systems Affairs for Roads Stephen Thomas T. John Muench, Van Dam, University Nichols of Consulting Washington Engineers Current Sustainability and Future Rating Use Systems of Life-Cycle for Roads Assessment John Stephen Harvey, T. Muench, University University of California, of Washington Davis PE-2 Current Use and Future Application Use of Life-Cycle Assessment Amlan John Harvey, Mukherjee, University Michigan of California, Technological DavisUniversity Implementing PE-2 Use and Application Sustainability Within an Agency Steve Amlan Gillen, Mukherjee, Illinois Michigan Tollway Technological University Implementing Sustainability Within an Agency Steve Gillen, Illinois Tollway What s the Big Data Deal for Aviation? Marcus Smith, MITRE Corporation, presiding Sponsored by Airfield and Airspace Capacity and Delay Committee; Intergovernmental Relations in Aviation Committee; Aviation System Planning Committee; Environmental Impacts of Aviation Committee; Aviation Economics and Forecasting Committee; Airport Terminals and Ground Access Committee; Aircraft/ Airport Compatibility Committee; Light Commercial and General Aviation Committee; and Aviation Security and Emergency Management Committee Airlines, airports, aircraft manufacturers, suppliers, and governments depend on data for aviation system management and operations. Complex data sets create challenges in collecting, sorting, and mining aviation databases. Aviation data sets exceed the capabilities of desktop computing. Big data analytics provide aviation scalability, extensibility, and query capability through cloud-based database architecture. This workshop explores various aspects and applications of big data to aviation. Connections with Other Data Mihir P. Shah, South Carolina Aeronautics Commission Combining Data Through Visualization Hugh Enxing, Harris Miller Miller & Hanson Inc. What Can Be Done with Big Data Aviation Sets in the Cloud Tulinda Larsen, masflight Big Data from a Geographic Information System Perspective Mark Ricketson, Woolpert, Inc. Implementation of Telematic Services Across the Air Transportation System to Enable Improved Dynamic Performance Management Ronald L. Stroup, Federal Aviation Administration Data Rich, Information Poor Paul Cripwell, NAV CANADA Big Data Analysis of Airport Surface Congestion Lance Sherry, George Mason University Development of New Final Approach Speed Profiles for Wake Turbulence Procedure and Design Lisa Spinoso, MITRE Corporation Retrospective Evaluation of Ground Delay Programs ( ) Yi Liu, University of California, Berkeley 188 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 2 HOT TOPIC Activity-Travel Behavioral Impacts and Travel Demand Modeling Implications of Driverless Cars Chandra R. Bhat, University of Texas, Austin, presiding Sponsored by Travel Analysis Methods Section and Transportation System Policy, Planning and Process Section This workshop focuses on the potential impact of driverless cars on human activity travel decision making. How may our activity participation and activity travel patterns change, and how may city designs and land use planning elements change to respond to changes in individual activity choices? The motivation for this workshop stems from the rather sparse attention on the urban activity travel behavioral impacts of driverless car technology. Introduction and Workshop Objectives Chandra R. Bhat, University of Texas, Austin Setting the Stage: Urban Planning and Community Design Considerations in the Era of Driverless Cars Alain L. Kornhauser, Princeton University 48

51 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) Setting the Stage: Activity Travel Behavior Impacts of Driverless Cars Ram M. Pendyala, Arizona State University; Chandra R. Bhat, University of Texas, Austin Potential Activity-Travel and Land Use Impacts of Driverless Cars Steven E. Polzin, University of South Florida; Joan L. Walker, University of California, Berkeley; Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University; Billy Charlton, Puget Sound Regional Council The Path Forward Charles E. Howard, Puget Sound Regional Council; Todd Alexander Litman, Victoria Transport Policy Institute, Canada; C. Michael Walton, University of Texas, Austin; Jane D. Hayse, Atlanta Regional Commission; Robert Hazlett, Maricopa Association of Governments 190 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Georgetown West Applying the Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual, Third Edition Paul Ryus, Kittelson & Associates, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Committee The third edition of the Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual (TCQSM) is a major update of TCRP s best-selling report. It provides guidance and methods for evaluation of transit service quality from the passenger perspective and the operational characteristics of transit services and facilities. This workshop provides examples of how transportation professionals can use the TCQSM for planning, facility design, performance monitoring, and training. SUN 189 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 8 Advancing Environmental Research in Transportation: TRB Forum for Collaboration, Integration, and Objective Solutions Two Decades of Progress The workshop looks back at the history of environmental research and ahead to the types of research that will help address the environmental challenges for transportation in the future. Starting with the early days of NEPA implementation to the latest environmental frontiers, the workshop highlights the continuing legacy of collaboration within a research atmosphere, which leads to natural integration of environmental considerations into all transportation processes. Perspectives from the U.S. Maritime Administration Michael Carter, Maritime Administration Perspectives from the U.S. Federal Railroad Administration David Valenstein, Federal Railroad Administration Perspectives from the U.S. Federal Transit Administration Chris VanWyk, Federal Transit Administration Perspectives from the U.S. Federal Highway Administration Marlys Osterhues, Federal Highway Administration Perspectives from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Don Scata, Federal Aviation Administration Welcome and Overview Paul Ryus, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Quality of Service Victoria A. Perk, University of South Florida Bus Capacity Tunde Balvanyos, Parsons Brinckerhoff Rail Capacity Steven H. Abrams, Chicago Transit Authority Station Capacity Mark C. Walker, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc. Demand-Responsive Transit Elizabeth H. Ellis, KFH Group, Inc. Break Spreadsheet Tools Alison Tanaka, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Education Applications Jonathan Michael Bunker, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Transit Agency Applications Tom Harrington, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Planning Agency Applications Brian Lane, San Diego Association of Governments Group Discussion TRB Annual Meeting Online TRB continues to implement measures to bring more of the TRB Annual Meeting to employees of TRB sponsor organizations, with an emphasis on those that face severe travel limitations. TRB Annual Meeting Online is a collection of information resources from the meeting, including visual aid presentations from more than 3,100 slide and poster presentations and the Compendium of Papers, with access to more than 2,400 papers. TRB Annual Meeting Online provides an enduring educational resource for Annual Meeting attendees and for the many transportation professionals around the world who were unable to attend. The resources are offered complimentary to Annual Meeting registrants and TRB year-round sponsors, and for a nominal fee to others. Visit TRB.org/AnnualMeeting in March to access TRB Annual Meeting Online. 49

52 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 191 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 4 HOT TOPIC Challenge of Documenting Complex Traveler Response Scenarios and Benefits of Having Such Data to Inform Transportation Policies Zahra Parvaneh, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, presiding Sponsored by Travel Survey Methods Committee Traveler response to policies such as congestion pricing may involve change of departure time, route, destination, activity sequence, mode, task allocation, or even a cancelled activity. These response patterns are strongly correlated. The challenge is how to best collect such complex data in the most reliable way. The workshop shows examples of recent surveys and advanced web-based computer systems and provides the community with the opportunity to discuss challenges and experiences. Sophisticated, Interactive, Dynamic Data Collection Approach: Introduction and Overview Zahra Parvaneh, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands Impact of Traffic Images on Mode Choice in Stated-Preference Surveys ( ) Carl Harline, Alliance Transportation Group, Inc.; Mark W. Burris, Texas A&M University One-Week GPS-Based Travel Survey in the Greater Zurich Area, Switzerland Lara Montini and Nadine Rieser-Schüssler, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich Sophisticated, Interactive, DyNamic Data Collection Approach: Elaboration Elaheh Khademi and Dujuan Yang, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands 192 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Gunston Current Developments and Impacts of Natural Gas in Transportation Marianne Millar Mintz, Argonne National Laboratory, presiding Sponsored by Climate Change and Energy Task Force; Transportation Energy Committee; and Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies Committee This workshop is designed to update practitioners and researchers on issues associated with the rapid development of natural gas resources. The focus is on environmental impacts, especially from methane leakage in production and the fuel supply chain, and associated greenhouse gas emissions. Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Natural Gas: Overview of Recent Activities Gilbert R. Jersey, Consultant Natural Gas in Transportation: Resources, Opportunities, and Challenges Tahmid Mizan, ExxonMobil Corporation Heavy-Duty Vehicles on the Move Toward Natural Gas: Will the Climate Benefit? Ramon Alvarez, Environmental Defense Fund Methane Emissions in Natural Gas Production and Implications for Life-Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions Along the Natural Gas Supply Chain David Allen, University of Texas, Austin Natural Gas for Heavy-Duty Engines Nadine Haupt, Navistar Well-to-Wheels Energy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Using Natural Gas for Compressed Natural Gas, Electricity, and Hydrogen Michael Q. Wang, Argonne National Laboratory 193 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 1 Embedded Rail Slab Track: Structure or Flexible Pavement? Part 2 (Part 1, Session 136) William H. Moorhead, TRAMMCO LLC, presiding Sponsored by Rail Transit Infrastructure Committee This workshop is designed to exchange knowledge, stimulate discussion, and identify needed research in the design of embedded rail slab track in three areas: differences in various criteria when embedded slab tracks are considered structures versus flexible pavement; differences in slab reinforcement, if any, resulting from the choice adopted and design features based on assumptions regarding future adjacent utilities; and best design practices that can lead to standardization. Transit Vehicle Track Slab Design with Reinforced Concrete Dave Charters, Parsons Brinckerhoff Atlanta Streetcar, Part 1: Designing Unreinforced Embedded Track Slab Using Pavement Design Methods Timothy M. Martin, URS Corporation Atlanta Streetcar, Part 2: Construction of Unreinforced Embedded Track Slab in the Real World Methods of Embedded Track Construction and What Drives Them John Zuspan, Track Guy Consultants; Paul G. Pattison, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Panel Discussion William H. Moorhead, TRAMMCO LLC 194 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Jefferson East Bike, Pedestrian, and Motorized Local Traffic Counting on All Roads Steven Jessberger, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Highway Traffic Monitoring Committee; Bicycle and Pedestrian Data Joint Subcommittee; Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee; Safety Data, Analysis and Evaluation Committee; Pedestrians Committee; and Bicycle Transportation Committee Because of MAP-21 there is a need from a safety perspective to provide traffic counts for all U.S. roadways. Numerous agencies are coordinating efforts to collect and provide more comprehensive counts and annual average daily traffic values in more detail than ever before. This workshop highlights those who are able to provide local traffic data (motorized and nonmotorized) and how they can coordinate and leverage all traffic data sources for the most accurate and complete traffic network data. 50

53 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 195 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Monroe Noise Impact Assessment: Case Studies of FTA- and FHWA-Approved Projects Jason Ross, Harris Miller Miller & Hanson Inc., presiding Sponsored by Transportation-Related Noise and Vibration Committee This workshop is intended to provide the opportunity for practitioners and transportation agency representatives to present case studies demonstrating different approaches to assessment of noise impacts and prescription of mitigation for transit and highway projects. Noise Assessment Methodologies for Highway and Transit Projects: Overview and Case Studies Ruth Anne Mazur and Jason Ross, Harris Miller Miller & Hanson Inc. Experiences Evaluating Multiple Projects with Both Road and Rail Noise Sources Shannon McKenna, ATS Consulting; Judith L. Rochat, ATS Consulting LLC Rumble Strip Noise Assessment Tim Casey, HDR Engineering, Inc. Atmospheric Effects on Sound Propagation from Ground Transportation Sources Timothy M. Johnson and Christopher W. Menge, Harris Miller Miller & Hanson Inc. Construction Noise Issues at Sound Transit Derek Watry, Wilson, Ihrig & Associates; Tracy Reed, Sound Transit Building Noise Reduction Testing for Light Rail Projects Martin R. Meyer, Parsons Transportation Group Inc. Considerations Regarding Force Density Levels James Tuman Nelson and Derek Watry, Wilson, Ihrig & Associates 196 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Jefferson West Particulate Matter Hot Spot Analyses: Research and Applications, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 144) Michael Claggett, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Transportation and Air Quality Committee The workshop provides example research and application efforts in the course of the regulatory application of EPA s Transportation Conformity Guidance for Quantitative Hot-Spot Analyses in PM2.5 and PM10 Nonattainment and Maintenance Areas. Such example efforts will include analyses prepared to support specific transportation projects as well as case studies completed by state departments of transportation and air pollution control agencies for typical projects. EPA FHWA Near-Road Collaboration Project: National Near- Road MSAT Study Results of PM Analysis Sue Kimbrough, Richard W. Baldauf, Gayle Hagler, Meg Patulski, Chris Dresser, and Tim Hanley, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Victoria B. Martinez, Federal Highway Administration Open Discussion Michael Claggett, Federal Highway Administration 197 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 7 Planning for 2015 National Household Travel Survey Krishnan Viswanathan, CDM Smith, presiding Sponsored by Task Force on Understanding New Directions for the National Household Travel Survey; Travel Survey Methods Committee; and Transportation Demand Forecasting Committee This workshop is designed to inform attendees about the value of the National Household Travel Survey and how they can obtain data in a cost-effective manner to inform their policy choices. There are two parts: Part 1 focuses on the add-on program and how the data are used to understand safety, health, nonmotorized transportation, energy, and other topics. Part 2 focuses on needs of travel demand modelers and enhancements required to make the data more relevant to advanced travel demand models. FHWA Plans for 2015 NHTS Adella Santos, Federal Highway Administration NHTS Travel Data in Rural States and Small MPOs Lisa Aultman-Hall, University of Vermont University Student Household Travel Survey Asad J. Khattak, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Xin Wang and Sanghoon Son, Old Dominion University, Norfolk; Juyin Chen, Virginia Department of Transportation Innovative Applications for Detecting and Collecting Data on Long-Distance Trips for Use in National Household Travel Surveys Robert Lordo, Battelle Memorial Institute Analysis of Florida NHTS Add-on Samples for Travel Modeling Applications Sivaramakrishnan Srinivasan, University of Florida; Abdul Rawoof Pinjari, University of South Florida, Tampa Using NHTS Data to Test the Transferability of Activity-Based Models John L. Bowman, Bowman Research and Consulting Closing Comments Nancy McGuckin, Consultant Panel Discussion: Incorporating the NHTS into Advanced Travel Demand Models Gregory Giaimo, Ohio Department of Transportation; Guy Rousseau, Atlanta Regional Commission; Arash Mirzaei, North Central Texas Council of Governments; Vladimir Livshits, Maricopa Association of Governments SUN EPA Guidance on Selecting Representative Background Data for Quantitative PM Hot Spot Analyses Chris Dresser, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Background and Ambient Near-Road PM Monitoring Insights and Analysis Strategies Song Bai, Adam Pasch, Douglas S. Eisinger, Hilary Hafner, and Andrew Rutter, Sonoma Technology, Inc.; Alex Karner, University of California, Davis; Leo Tidd, Louis Berger Group, Inc.; Andrea Polidori, South Coast Air Quality Management District Monitoring Study of Ambient PM2.5 Concentrations near the Capital Beltway in Largo, Maryland Helen Ginzburg and Xiaobo Liu, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Michael S. Baker, URS, Inc.; Robert E. Shreeve, Maryland State Highway Administration; R. K. M. Jayanty, RTI International; David Campbell and Barbara Zielinska, Desert Research Institute 51

54 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 198 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 11 Reconciling Transportation and Air Quality Planning to Promote Sustainable Development Richard W. Baldauf, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, presiding Sponsored by Transportation and Sustainability Committee and Transportation and Air Quality Committee This workshop provides timely, pertinent information on the latest research on the existing public health issues related to pollution exposure near large roadways. Individual presentations will be followed by a panel discussion to identify techniques to mitigate air pollution exposure, identify future research needs, and provide transportation professionals with ways to reconcile issues related to compact, infill development and the potential for increased public exposure to emissions. Air Quality Benefits of Compact Development Mikhail Chester, Arizona State University Smart Growth Development and Air Pollution Exposure Concerns John V. Thomas, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Methods to Assess Relationships Between Development Options and Air Quality Impacts Huasha Liu, Southern California Association of Governments Performance Metrics That Can Assess Sustainable Development Options and Corresponding Air Quality Impacts April Marchese, Federal Highway Administration Comparing Benefits of Active Transport with Concern Related to Increased Air Pollution Exposure Patricia Koman, University of Michigan Best Practices for Reducing Exposure to Traffic Emissions Near Larger Roadways Douglas S. Eisinger, Sonoma Technology, Inc. Discussants Linda Wheaton, California Department of Housing and Community Development; David Vintze, Bay Area Air Quality Management District; Dahlia Chazan, Arup 199 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Georgetown East Reimagining the Public Meeting Joanne Waszczak, Federal Transit Administration, and Eileen R. Barron, Parsons Brinckerhoff, presiding Sponsored by Public Involvement in Transportation Committee Table Presentation: Taking It to the Street: Beyond the Traditional Public Meeting Rusty Ennemoser, Florida Department of Transportation; Michael Garau, Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. Table Presentation: Making Public Hearings More Social with Twitter Chad Saley, Utah Transit Authority Table Presentation: How to Use Video to Engage Your Public Garold Smith, Eydo, Inc. Table Presentation: Expanding and Evaluating Public Participation Through Virtual Open Houses Tina Geiselbrecht and Benjamin Ettelman, Texas A&M Transportation Institute 200 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Cabinet Rethinking the Transportation Organization in the New Millennium Hyun-A Park, Spy Pond Partners, presiding Sponsored by Strategic Management Committee; Policy and Organization Group; and Planning and Environment Group Transportation agencies are rethinking how they create value for the traveling public and the movement of goods. New expectations have been added to the traditional ways of operating that elevate outsourcing of multidisciplinary work, contextsensitive solutions, community design, and climate change adaptation; these expectations are putting pressure on agencies to be more nimble, diverse, and innovative. The workshop assembles a panel of visionary transportation leaders to present their ideas. New Technologies for Mobility and Safety Kirk T. Steudle, Michigan Department of Transportation Enabling People and Organizations John Halikowski, Arizona Department of Transportation New Ways to Move People and Goods Randell H. Iwasaki, Contra Costa Transportation Authority What s Realistic in the Foreseeable Future? Polly Trottenberg, U.S. Department of Transportation Changing Trends in Urban Areas Rina Cutler, City of Philadelphia Better Information Driving Better Decisions Carlos Braceras, Utah Department of Transportation Summary Observations Frederick G. Wright, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials In today s communications context, how can public meetings be reimagined to effectively engage the public? This interactive workshop for practitioners, project managers, planners, and designers explores tried and true approaches as well as innovative techniques for enhancing public meetings to be accessible, engaging, and effective at gathering public input. Participants will take away ideas to keep public meetings fresh by incorporating available tools and addressing shifting demographics. Keynote: Leadership Insights for Public Involvement Timothy Tait, Arizona Department of Transportation Table Presentation: Involving Hard-to-Reach Populations: Innovations for Statewide Planning Katherine Fichter, Massachusetts Department of Transportation Table Presentation: Meeting in a Box: Tools for Communities to Plan Their Own Public Meetings Stephanie Brooks, Michael Baker Corporation Continuing Education Credits Nationally recognized Professional Development Hours (PDHs) may be claimed for attending the TRB Annual Meeting. Each hour of participation earns one (1) PDH; attendees must maintain their own records of attendance using the form on page 15. The American Planning Association (APA) program to certify Continuing Maintenance (CM) credits for retaining American Institute of Certified Planners certification (AICP) are available for sessions noted in this Final Program and in the Interactive Program. Employment Opportunities Visit the Marriott, Madison B to match job seekers with opportunities. 52

55 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 201 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Lincoln West 202 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 10 Role of Climate Resilience in Shaping Sustainable Transport Systems of the Future, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 147) Marie Venner, Venner Consulting, presiding Sponsored by Climate Change and Energy Task Force; Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Committee; and Climate Change, Energy and Sustainability Impacts on the Transportation Infrastructure Subcommittee The workshop focuses on methods and tools for bringing climate change adaptation into planning and transportation decision making. A unifying theme in this workshop is cost-effectiveness achieved through decision making that improves resilience for all modes and the fiscal viability of investments. All agencies are looking for better ways to assess costs, value assets, and use preservation and adaptation strategies in the face of extreme weather. Cost-Effective Action for Resilience: Lessons from Departments of Transportation in the United States and Abroad Marie Venner, Venner Consulting Analyzing Extreme Weather Costs for Roadway Investment Decisions: Summary of Practices at FHWA, FTA, the Army Corps of Engineers, and FEMA Nathaniel D. Coley, Jr., Federal Highway Administration Asset Valuation and Preservation Strategies and Extreme Weather Resilience: In Search of the Optimum Pekka Leviäkangas, University of Oulu, Finland NCHRP Synthesis 20-05/Topic 44-08: Responses to Extreme Weather Impacts on Transportation Systems Christine Baglin, Project Performance Company Cost-effective and Sustainable Adaptation Strategies: Findings from MOWE-IT Project Claus Doll, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany Sea Level Rise Advisory Mapping Layer for National Flood Insurance Program: Encouraging Cost-effective Decision Making Mark Crowell, Federal Emergency Management Agency Analysis for Losses Based on Flood Hazard and Simulations for SLR for Baltimore Following the 500-Year Floodplain Analysis Required by NFIP Cynthia McCoy, Federal Emergency Management Agency Single-Payment Method: Multiple Modes of Travel Richard B. Easley, E Squared Engineering, and Jeffrey L. Spencer, Federal Transit Administration, presiding Sponsored by Emerging and Innovative Public Transport and Technologies Committee; Public Transportation Marketing and Fare Policy Committee; Intermodal Transfer Facilities Committee; Intelligent Transportation Systems Committee; and Bicycle Transportation Committee Issues explored are electronic payment mechanisms for transit, carsharing, parking, bike systems, tolls, and other applications that could or should be linked but for various reasons are not. Planning agencies, vendors, academia, consultants, municipalities, and state agencies will benefit as impediments and potential pathways to convenient payment methods for multiple modes of transportation are discussed and research topics to help close the gap are stimulated. Introduction to Multimodal Payments: How Things Stand Jeffrey L Spencer, Federal Transit Administration Payment Systems: Multiple Applications from Tolling Perspective Suzanne Murtha, OmniAir Consortium, Inc. Payment Systems: Multiple Applications from Transit Perspective Brian Stein, CH2M Hill Payment Systems: Multiple Applications from Carshare and Bikeshare Perspectives Susan A. Shaheen, University of California, Berkeley Payment Systems: Multiple Applications from Parking Perspective Rick Warner, Parking Carma Where We Go from Here and Potential Research Tasks to Help Get There Richard B. Easley, E Squared Engineering; Jeffrey L. Spencer, Federal Transit Administration 203 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, International West State of Public Transportation Safety in the United States: Impacts of MAP-21 and Leading Practices Tom Littleton, Federal Transit Administration, presiding Sponsored by Public Transportation Group SUN Visit the Exhibits to see a variety of transportation-related products and services showcased by commercial organizations and TRB Sponsors; for Exhibitor Listings and Floor Plans, see pages This workshop is a forum that includes presentations from FTA s Office of Safety on the status of MAP-21 transit safety-related implementation, including regulations. In addition, invited panelists from the nation s transit agencies and safety researchers will discuss the status of transit safety within all public transportation modes. Presentations will include an examination of leading practices, current safety data, and trends for all public transportation modes and related research. Transit Safety Research Road Map Lisa Staes, University of South #TRBAM Transportation Research Board 53

56 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SUN 204 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 5 The Present and Future of Project Finance Lowell R. Clary, Clary Consulting, LLC, presiding Sponsored by Revenue and Finance Committee Transportation project finance has evolved significantly because of the proliferation of new approaches, including federally supported direct lending and tax-advantaged debt instruments. This workshop examines the continuing role of existing programs such as the Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA), the Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RRIF) program, tax-exempt municipal bonds, and emerging proposals tax-credit bonds, National Infrastructure Bank, and others. Challenges and Opportunities for Existing Finance Mechanisms: SIBs, RRIF, TIFIA, and Munis Nathan M. Macek, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Deborah E. Brown- Davis, Federal Highway Administration; Barney Allison, Nossaman LLP; Matt Fabian, Municipal Market Advisors; Keith Hartwell, Chambers, Conlon & Hartwell, LLC What s Next? New Financing Mechanisms, More or Less Money, None of the Above? Sarah Puro, Congressional Budget Office; Bryan P. Grote, Mercator Advisors, LLC; Jim Tymon, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee; Sylvia Garcia, U.S. Department of Transportation 205 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, International East Thriving, Not Just Surviving the MAP-21 Implementation Process: Federal, State, and Local Guidance Daniela Bremmer, Washington State Department of Transportation, and Hugh Louch, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Performance Measurement Committee; Statewide Multimodal Transportation Planning Committee; and Visualization in Transportation Committee HOT TOPIC MAP-21 is influencing how state departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, and transit agencies set priorities and targets, develop plans, and report measures. Building on the most current information and peer exchanges, this workshop further prepares organizations on the MAP-21 topics of performance management, target setting, new data and analysis systems, and timely topics emerging from the publication of the proposed rules. Panel Discussion: Thriving and Not Just Surviving the MAP-21 Implementation Process: Federal, State, and Local Guidance, Part 1 Jeffrey F. Paniati, Federal Highway Administration; Frederick G. Wright, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials; Ananth Prasad, Florida Department of Transportation; Carlos Braceras, Utah Department of Transportation; Steve Heminger, Metropolitan Transportation Commission Panel Discussion: Thriving and Not Just Surviving the MAP-21 Implementation Process: Federal, State, and Local Guidance, Part 2 Peter J. Stephanos, Federal Highway Administration; Matthew Hardy, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials; Mara K. Campbell, Missouri Department of Transportation; Patricia G. Hendren, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; Michael L. Pack, University of Maryland, College Park 206 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Lincoln East To the Future and Beyond: Big Ideas That Change Transportation as We Know It Julie Lorenz, Burns & McDonnell, and Sandra Q. Larson, Iowa Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Planning and Environment Group Join us for a highly interactive session where transportation experts share ideas about profound changes that will alter the way we will travel; topics as diverse as advanced fuels, technology adoption, sustainability, freight movement, sociodemographics, and climate will be covered. This workshop builds on NCHRP Project 20-83: Long-Range Strategic Issues Facing the Transportation Industry (NCHRP Report 750 is the first in a series). Push the envelope in wide-ranging futurist discussions. Introduction and Welcome Sandra Q. Larson, Iowa Department of Transportation The Foresight Series: Armchair Futurist Ready to Go to Work for You John R. Njord, Tom Warne and Associates, LLC Applying the Research Kyle E. Schneweis and Joe Crossett, High Street Consulting Group, LLC; Peter E. Plumeau, RSG Introduction to the Building Foresight Challenge Julie Lorenz, Burns & McDonnell Introduction of Project Staff Michael Meyer and Gary R. McVoy, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Thomas McQueen, Georgia Department of Transportation; William Gardner, Minnesota Department of Transportation; John R. Kuzmyak, Renaissance Planning Group; Steven Popper and Paul Sorensen, RAND Corporation Challenge 1: Emerging CEOs Organize a DOT to Thrive in the Future Kyle E. Schneweis, High Street Consulting Group, LLC Challenge 2: Crafting a Transportation Budget and Program for the Future Kyle E. Schneweis, High Street Consulting Group, LLC Challenge 3: Building a Better Long-Range Plan Joe Crossett, High Street Consulting Group, LLC Challenge 4: Changing the Way We Travel Peter E. Plumeau, RSG Challenge 5: How Transportation and DOTs Contribute to a Sustainable Society Gary R. McVoy, Parsons Brinckerhoff Surveys and Large Group Discussion on 750 Series Julie Lorenz, Burns & McDonnell 207 CM I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 12 Transit s Reach: First Mile Last Mile Steve R. Yaffe, Arlington Transit, presiding Sponsored by Paratransit Committee This workshop is an opportunity for transit professionals to focus on methods by which trip origins and destinations beyond walking distance of transit stops can be linked to transit hubs, including neighborhood circulators, zone dial-a-ride, shuttle services, taxis, bikesharing, and carsharing. Welcome, Structure, and Introductions Steve R. Yaffe, Arlington Transit 54

57 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) SW Action Team Shuttle-Bug Project Steve R. Yaffe, Arlington Transit Successes and Failures of First Mile Shuttles in New Jersey Devajyoti Deka, Rutgers University General Public DRT Feeder Service A. Jeff Becker, Denver Regional Transportation District Point-to-Point Shuttle Services Robert Werth, Diamond Transportation King of Prussia Connector Commuter Service Robert Henry, Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association Reverse Commuter Shuttles to Expand the Reach of Chicago s Suburban Rail Michael Groh, Pace Suburban Bus Discussion: Shuttle Services Carolyn Jeskey, Community Transportation Association of America, Inc. Introduction of Second Panel Steve R. Yaffe, Arlington Transit Bikesharing as an Extension of Other Modes of Transit Paul DeMaio, MetroBike LLC Low-Stress Bike and Pedestrian Interconnectivity Around Stations and Terminals Katharine M. Hunter-Zaworski and Jon Mueller, Oregon State University Transit IDEA Project 61: Flexible Carpooling to Transit Stations Eric Chipps, Sound Transit; Paul Minett, Trip Convergence Ltd., New Zealand Mobility Hubs Bridging the First Mile Last Mile Gap Adina Ringler, Nelson Nygaard Consulting Associates Mobility Management Approach to Extending Transit s Reach Carolyn Jeskey, Community Transportation Association of America, Inc. Activating New Development to Help Address Transit s First Mile Last Mile Problem Jeremy Nelson, Vialta Group Discussion: Flexibly Organized Transportation Services Susan A. Shaheen, University of California, Berkeley Workshop Wrap-Up and Take-a-Ways Steve R. Yaffe, Arlington Transit 208 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 9 HOT TOPIC Transportation Data Competition Linda Ng Boyle, University of Washington, and Matthew G. Karlaftis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece, presiding Sponsored by Statistical Methods Committee; Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee; Information Systems and Technology Committee; Vehicle User Characteristics Committee; and Simulation and Measurement of Vehicle and Operator Performance Committee This workshop reveals the results of a competition to evaluate the accuracy of various data analytic methodologies for forecasting trends in safety by using a data set made available from the University of Iowa National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS). This data analysis competition was open to all areas of statistics, biostatistics, econometrics, evolutionary and genetic algorithms, decision and regression trees, support vector regression, computational intelligence, and more :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 3 Transportation Impacts of the Global Economic Crisis Ángel Aparicio, European Conference of Transport Research Institutes, presiding Sponsored by International Activities Committee; Revenue and Finance Committee; and Transportation Economics Committee This workshop examines impacts on transport operations, budget, policy, and governance changes associated with the global economic crisis. Presenters will discuss modifications, impacts, and improvements to decision-making practices and resource allocation and highlight resulting innovations. The first part of the workshop examines the impacts of the crisis on the transport sector and the second part presents and compares experiences and perspectives from different transport administrations. Impacts of Europe s Economic Situation on Freight and Logistics Johan Visser, Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis Changes in U.S. Investment Plans and Decisions Jack Wells, U.S. Department of Transportation Changes in Investment Appraisals: Shifting the Focus to Productivity, Jobs, and Growth Jari Kauppila, International Transport Forum, France American Research Landscape Under Budgetary Constraints Santiago Navarro, Research and Innovative Technology Administration Changes in Transport Research Funding in the European Union Alessandro Damiani, European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, Belgium Changes in Policy Assessment and Resource Allocation Ángel Aparicio, European Conference of Transport Research Institutes Impact of the Economic Crisis on Greece s Transport Sector Anestis Papanikolaou, Evangelos Mitsakis, and Maria Boile, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Greece Greece Project Evaluation Methods for Decision Marking: Recent Developments Xavier Delache, French Ministry of Transport 210 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 6 What Is a Risk-Based Transportation Asset Management Plan? Patricia Bugas-Schramm, PBS Consulting, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Transportation Asset Management Committee MAP-21 requires state transportation agencies to develop a risk-based TAMP. But what does this mean? How should a risk assessment be structured and how should risk be considered in investment decisions? Learn the answers to these questions through the experiences of the agencies that are showcased in this workshop. They will share their experiences in structuring a risk assessment, accounting for risk in investment decisions, and communicating information about risk to decision makers. Incorporating Risk into New York State DOT s Transportation Asset Management Plan Roderic A. Sechrist and Brad W. Allen, New York State Department of Transportation Development of Risk-Based Asset Plans at BART Frank Ruffa, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District MnDOT s Asset Management Risk Assessment Framework Mark Nelson, Minnesota Department of Transportation Risk-Based Asset Management Approach for Geotechnical Features at Colorado DOT Larry Redd, Larry Redd, LLC; Ty Ortiz, Colorado Department of Transportation; Mark Vessely, Shannon and Wilson, Inc. SUN 55

58 Sessions and Events: Sunday, January 12 (continued) 2:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m., Shoreham, Regency Ballroom 5:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m., Marriott, Wilson A SUN New Attendees Welcome Session Sponsored by Technical Activities Council Everyone attending the TRB Annual Meeting for the first time or for the first time in several years is invited to this session. Offered are a brief overview of TRB, tips on navigating the meeting and on networking during the meeting, the role TRB can play in career development, and how to become involved in TRB activities and committees. Refreshments are provided along with an opportunity for attendees to meet each other and TRB leaders from similar areas of interest. Networking Reception for Committee Communication Coordinators Jeffrey L. Western, Western Management and Consulting, LLC, presiding Sponsored by Operations Section TRB Committee Communication Coordinators are invited to a networking reception to reconnect with colleagues and make new acquaintances. Light hors d oeuvres will be offered and a cash bar will be available. Your Guide to TRB Robert E. Skinner, Transportation Research Board Getting the Most Out of the TRB Annual Meeting Mark R. Norman, Transportation Research Board Getting Involved in TRB Katherine F. Turnbull, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Opportunities for Young Professionals Lucy Phillips Priddy, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center Committee Interest and Networking 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., Marriott, Exhibit Hall 7:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m., Hilton, International East International Participants Welcome Reception Georgios Giannopoulos, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Greece, and Ossama Abd Elrahman, New York State Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by International Activities Committee Annual Meeting delegates are invited to an international networking reception to reconnect with colleagues and make new acquaintances. Light hors d oeuvres will be offered and a cash bar will be available. Exhibit Hall Opening Reception Sponsored by Technical Activities Council 211 CM I :00 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 1 HOT TOPIC The opening of the Exhibit Hall includes the popular reception with light hors d oeuvres and cash bars. Visit the nearly 200 exhibits, including the TRB booth, showcasing the many transportation-related products and services. View the floor plan and interactively search for exhibiting organizations on the Mobile App. Sunday, January 12, 2014, 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 2 Tribute to Ron Kirby This session will remember and recognize the contributions of Ron Kirby to TRB and beyond. Dr. Kirby was a key figure in Washington, D.C., transportation issues, but his influence spread well beyond the region. That influence was due to his unique combination of skills and knowledge, including his understanding of transportation data and forecasts, legislative requirements, and political realities; his ability to explain complex technical information to decision makers and community members; and his open-minded and collaborative approach. Join your TRB colleagues and friends in remembering Ron s contributions. Carrying Forward the Lessons of Superstorm Sandy Jon S. Meyer, Consultant, presiding Sponsored by Logistics of Disaster Response and Business Continuity Task Force; Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Committee; Freight Systems Group; and Marine Group Keynote Address: Implementing the Recommendations of the Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Strategy Josh Sawislak, Department of Housing and Urban Development Keynote Address: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Perspective Jo-Ellen Darcy, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers National Freight Cooperative Research Program Project 37: Making U.S. Ports Resilient as Part of Extended Intermodal Supply Chains Anne Strauss-Wieder, A. Strauss-Wieder, Inc. Storm Mitigation and Resilience: The Way Ahead Susanne Des Roches, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Viewpoint of New York City Transit Authority Fred Smith, New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority 9:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 3 Young Professionals Reception Lucy Phillips Priddy, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, presiding Sponsored by Young Members Council Co-hosted by the TRB Young Members Council and Young Professionals in Transportation, this reception celebrates all young professionals, students, and their supporters by providing opportunities for career development and networking with peers from around the world. Light refreshments will be served. 56

59 Daily Index: Monday, January 13 Sessions and Events MARRIOTT 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m. 212 A Look at Multiple Methods of Understanding Motorcycle and Scooter Users and Their Usage Patterns, Thurgood Marshall North 213 Accident Investigations by National Transportation Safety Board, Thurgood Marshall East 214 Advancements in Soil Improvement Using Biomediation Methods, Thurgood Marshall South 215 Advances in Winter Maintenance Practices and Standards, Maryland B 216 Asphalt Mixtures with High Recycle Content, Salon Care and Feeding of Expert Witnesses: Conflicts and Conundrums of Ethical Practice, Maryland A 218 Concrete Durability with Respect to Freeze Thaw Behavior, Early Age Cracking, and Chloride Penetration, Delaware B 219 Crowd Dynamics: Empirical Analyses, Modeling, Simulation, and Management, Salon Evaluation and Maintenance Methods for Highway Structures, Virginia B 221 Maintenance Techniques, Technologies, and Delivery of Services, Delaware A 222 Managing Traffic on Freeways, Part 1: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Headed? (Part 2, Session 271), Thurgood Marshall West 223 Performance-Based Seismic Bridge Design: Anticipating the Future, Virginia A 224 Safety Data, Analysis, and Evaluation, Maryland C SHOREHAM 231 Heavy Axle Load Subgrade Construction Maintenance and Repair, Executive 232 Recent Research on International Trade and Transportation, Hampton 233 SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study Data: Availability, Access, and Use, Regency Ballroom HILTON 234 Behavior, Modeling, and Analysis of Disrupted Networks, Lincoln East 235 Better Reads: Improving Quality of Environmental Documents, Georgetown East 236 Bringing Lean into Transportation Projects, International East 237 Creative Approaches to Developing Public-Private Partnerships, International West 238 Energy Development and the Transportation System: Update on TRB Activities, Lincoln West 239 Environmental Management Systems and Practices for Transit Agencies: Successes and Lessons Learned, Jefferson West 240 Modeling Applications, Columbia Hall Optimizing the Performance of Transit Systems, Jefferson East 242 Public Transport Policy and Analysis in Latin America, Columbia Hall Transit Station Access: Trains, Buses, Bikes, and Automobiles, Georgetown West 244 Travel Characteristics Past, Present, and Future: Communicating Information Derived from National Household Travel Survey, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 384), Columbia Hall Value of Transportation Infrastructure, Columbia Hall 7 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m. 250 Recent Developments in Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Construction, Maintenance, and Rehabilitation, Salon State Department of Transportation High-Value Research Projects, Salon Sustainability of Road and Airfield Pavements: Case Studies, Salon Work Zone Traffic Control for Safety and Mobility (21), Salon 2 SHOREHAM 254 Freight Data: Collection Methods and Applications for Policy and Infrastructure Decisions, Blue Room Foyer 255 Current Research in Urban Freight Transportation, Blue Room Foyer 256 Hazardous Materials Transportation Research Papers, Blue Room Foyer HILTON 257 Community Impact Assessment: Methods, Tools, and Outcomes, International Center 258 Environmental Justice Issues, International Center 259 Paratransit Innovations, International Center 260 Past Achievements and Future Solutions in Accessible Transportation and Mobility, International Center 261 Social and Economic Factors of Transportation, International Center 262 Transportation History, International Center 263 Transportation Issues and Solutions in Major Cities, International Center MON 225 Accelerated Pavement Testing, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 277), Empire 226 Commercial Truck Parking Projects, Diplomat 227 Current Topics in Airport Ground Transportation and Terminal Operations, Palladian 228 Cutting-Edge Ferry Issues, Congressional 229 Development of Database Applications for Airport Planning and Design, Blue Room 230 Evaluating Pavement Performance: Cracking and Structure, Ambassador MARRIOTT 246 Advances in Pavement Preservation, Pavement Management Systems, and Their Integration, Salon Alternative Project Delivery Methods: State of the Practice and Beyond, Salon Barrier Design and Performance and Crashworthy Sign Support, Salon Construction Management: Selected Research Topics, Salon 2 MARRIOTT 9:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Exhibits (9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.), Exhibit Hall MARRIOTT 10:15 a.m. noon 264 Advances in Materials and Equipment for Winter Maintenance, Maryland B 57

60 Daily Index: Monday, January 13 (continued) Daily Index: Monday, January (continued) MON 265 Apples or Oranges? Establishing Shared Vocabulary from Research Through Clinical Practice to Driver Licensing, Maryland C 266 Approaches to Estimating Drugged Driving s Contribution to Crash Risk, Virginia B 267 Data Collection and Analysis Methodologies in Support of Maintenance Programming Decisions, Delaware A 268 Design and Performance of Transportation Earthworks, Delaware B 269 Innovations You Can Deploy Now: High-Value Research Results, Thurgood Marshall East 270 Insurance Basics for Transportation Professionals, Maryland A 271 Managing Traffic on Freeways, Part 2: What Should We Consider Pursuing? (Part 1, Session 222), Thurgood Marshall West 272 MAP-21 Digital Project Delivery: Construction Projects, Thurgood Marshall South 273 National Performance Measures for Assessing Pavement and Bridge Condition for National Highway Performance Program: Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Listening Session, Thurgood Marshall North 274 Public Release of Long-Term Pavement Performance InfoPave, Virginia A 275 Reclaimed Asphalt Shingles in Asphalt Mixtures, Salon Rethinking the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, Salon 3 SHOREHAM 277 Accelerated Pavement Testing, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 225), Empire 278 Alternative Jet Fuels: Challenges and Opportunities, Congressional 279 Broken Rail Prevention and Rail Flaw Assessment, Executive 280 There s an App for That: Changing the Face of Urban Mobility (Dialogue with the U.S. DOT Leadership), Regency Ballroom 281 Evolving North American Ports of Entry: Innovation on 20th Anniversary of North American Free Trade Agreement, Diplomat 282 Freight Transportation Disaster Preparation and Response, Part 1: Multimodal Response to Port Disruptions from Superstorm Sandy (Part 2, Session 349), Blue Room 283 Pavement Roughness Evaluation: New Technology, Ambassador 284 Railroads Realizing the NAFTA Promise, Palladian 285 Reorienting Aviation System Planning: It s Not Just for Facility Planners Anymore, Hampton HILTON 286 Celebrating AASHTO s Centennial, International West 287 Current Research: Bus System Operations, Tools, and Technology, Jefferson East 288 e-books and Transportation: Familiar Technology in a New Setting, Columbia Hall Emerging Topics in Ecology and Transportation, Jefferson West 290 Information and Communication Technologies and Travel: Adoption, Attitudes, Perceptions, and Behavioral Change, Lincoln East 291 Modeling Data, Columbia Hall Planning Transit-Supportive Communities: Experience and Tools, Georgetown West 293 Practitioners Tales: Recent Experiences with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and Section 4(f) of the Department of Transportation Act of 1966, Georgetown East 294 Tapping into International Expertise for Research Development, Governance, and Administration, International East 295 Time Prediction and Data Quality, Lincoln West 296 Traffic Data Inputs for Pavement Design and Damage Cost Estimates, Columbia Hall Traffic Safety and Traffic Management in Developing Countries, Columbia Hall 5 MARRIOTT 10:45 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 298 Case Studies on Mechanical and Environmental Evaluation of Recycled Materials Used in Transportation Applications, Salon Concrete Properties: Research on Concrete Used in Bridge Applications, Salon Correlation of Soil Properties and Evaluation of Unknown Foundations for Bridges, Salon Emerging Technologies and Advances in Concrete and Cementitious Materials, Salon From Investigation to Design: Ways to Make the Right Choice at the Right Time, Salon Implementing Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Pavement Design Procedures, Salon Innovations in Concrete for Bridge Decks and Pavement, Salon Low-Volume Road Condition Prediction and Design Improvements Using Statistical, Empirical, or Remote- Sensing Methods, Salon Nanotechnology in Pavements and Concrete Properties, Salon Recent Research Related to Concrete Properties, Salon Reclaimed and Stabilized Base Layers, Salon Seasonal and Climate Effects on Pavements, Salon Selected Topics and Recent Advances in Concrete Durability, Salon Thermal Properties of Pavements, Reflective Coatings, and Evaluation of Urban Climate Interaction, Salon TRB s IDEA Programs: Sponsoring Innovation in Transportation, Salon Use of Recycled and Waste Materials for Sustainable Pavement Applications, Salon 2 SHOREHAM 314 Pavement Surface Characteristics, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 793), Blue Room Foyer 315 Railroad Maintenance, Blue Room Foyer 316 Railroad Track Structure Research, Blue Room Foyer 317 Use of Asphalt Overlays for Rehabilitation of Highways, Blue Room Foyer HILTON 319 Congestion Pricing and Managed Lanes Showcase, International Center 320 Congestion Pricing Issues, International Center 321 Current Issues in Public- Private Partnerships, International Center 322 Current Issues in Revenue and Finance, International Center 58

61 Daily Index: Monday, January 13 (continued) Daily Index: Monday, January (continued) 323 Current Issues in Transportation Economics, International Center 324 Current Rail Transit Research, International Center 325 Innovative Approaches and Case Studies in Transit Management and Performance, International Center 326 Light Rail and Commuter Rail Research, International Center 327 Performance Measurement and Management, International Center 328 Planning for Intermodal Transit Stations, International Center 329 Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Issues, International Center 330 Transportation Investments, Property Valuation, and Economic Growth Effects, International Center MARRIOTT 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m : State of the ITS Industry, Thurgood Marshall West 332 Changing Landscape of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises Program, Virginia A 333 Emerging Professionals: Investing in Our Future, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 390), Maryland C 334 Evaluation of Design Parameters and Their Influence on Asphalt Surface Characteristics, Salon Geosynthetics Yesterday, Today, and in the Future, Delaware B 336 Infrastructure Corrosion, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 443), Thurgood Marshall East 337 MAP-21 Digital Project Delivery: Design Projects, Thurgood Marshall South 338 Naturalistic Driving Data and Driver Behavior, Maryland B 339 Operations and Weather in Surface Transportation, Delaware A 340 Providing Leadership in Transportation Innovation, Salon Roadway Lighting: Technologies, Visibility, and Safety, Virginia B 342 Street Smart: Delivering Multimodal Arterial Performance Data, Thurgood Marshall North 343 Surviving Challenges to and Improving Best Value Procurements, Maryland A SHOREHAM 344 Advancements in Accelerated Bridge Construction, Empire 345 Commercial Space Transportation: From Research and Development to Reality, Hampton 346 Cost Recovery Strategies for Transportation Agencies: Protecting Transportation Infrastructure and Systems Through Financial Strength, Executive 347 Economic Deregulation of Airlines: A Promise Realized? Palladian 348 Excellence in Intercity Passenger Rail Service: Best Practices from Around the World, Diplomat 349 Freight Transportation Disaster Preparation and Response, Part 2: Next Steps Emerging from Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Katrina, and Planned and Unplanned Closures on Inland Waterways (Part 1, Session 282), Blue Room 350 Legacy and Future of Pavement Mechanistic-Empirical Design, Ambassador 351 Marine Highway Corridors, Congressional 352 New Research on Inland Marine Transportation System, Regency Ballroom HILTON 353 Advances in Geospatial Technology Applications in Transportation, Georgetown East 354 MPO Reform: It May Be Prime Time for an Overhaul Dialogue with U.S. Department of Transportation Leadership, International West 355 Fuel Mandates and Policies: Where Are We? International East 356 Improving the Quality of Rail Transit Operations, Lincoln West 357 Framing U.S. Surface Transportation Research for the Future, Columbia Hall Public Transportation Marketing and Customer Loyalty and Satisfaction, Columbia Hall Raising Public Health Issues to a Higher Level in the Transportation Sector, Jefferson East 360 Residential Affordability, Access, and Mobility, Georgetown West 361 Safety Management Systems in Transit, Jefferson West 362 Seventh Annual Competition and Call for Communicating Concepts with John and Jane Q. Public, Columbia Hall Successfully Managing Innovation and Organizational Structure Changes: Lessons Learned, Columbia Hall Trends in U.S. Transportation Systems: Enhancing Economic Development, Lincoln East MARRIOTT 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 365 Crowd Dynamics: Empirical Analyses, Modeling, Simulation, and Management, Salon Freeway Operations, Salon Highway Capacity and Level of Service for Freeways and Arterials, Salon Highway Safety Performance, Salon Ramp Metering, Salon Research in Statistical Methods in Transportation, Salon Tort Liability in Transportation, Salon 2 SHOREHAM 372 Advanced Analysis of Flexible Pavements and Performance, Blue Room Foyer 373 Current Environmental Issues in Marine Transportation, Blue Room Foyer 374 Innovative Analysis Approaches to Concrete Pavement, Blue Room Foyer 375 Maritime Infrastructure: Funding, Performance, and Economic Impacts, Blue Room Foyer 376 Pavement Condition Evaluation: New Approaches, Blue Room Foyer 377 Strength and Deformation Characteristics of Pavement Sections, Blue Room Foyer HILTON 378 Advances in Travel Survey Methods, International Center 379 Applications of Artificial Intelligence, International Center 380 Developments in Active Transportation: Meeting the Challenges of Demand for Data in Bicycle and Pedestrian Fields, International Center 381 Innovations in Vehicle Detection, International Center MON 59

62 Daily Index: Monday, January 13 (continued) Daily Index: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON 382 Preparing for MAP-21: Measuring Travel Time and Travel Time Reliability, International Center 383 Traffic Data Analysis for Quality and Effectiveness, International Center 384 Travel Characteristics Past, Present, and Future: Communicating Information Derived from National Household Travel Survey, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 244), International Center 385 Urban Transportation Data Frontiers: New Uses and Applications, International Center MARRIOTT 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 386 Access Management Manual and Application Guidelines, Salon Automation in Road Transportation: Government Research Programs from the United States, European Union, and Japan, Thurgood Marshall West 388 Data Aspects of Vehicle Automation, Maryland A 389 Dialogue with Leaders in Design and Construction of Transportation Facilities, Thurgood Marshall South 390 Emerging Professionals: Investing in Our Future, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 333), Maryland C 391 Geosynthetic-Reinforced Soil for Bridge Applications, Delaware B 392 Moisture Damage Characterization of Hot- and Warm-Mix Asphalt, Salon National Performance Measures for Highway Safety Improvement Program: Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Listening Session, Thurgood Marshall North 394 Operations Center of Excellence for National Transportation System Management and Operations, Thurgood Marshall East 395 Reuse of Bridge and Other Structural Foundations, Virginia A 396 Safety and Behavioral Impacts of Roadway Visual Information, Virginia B 397 Safety and Weather in Surface Transportation, Delaware A 398 Statistical Challenges in the Analysis of Naturalistic Driving Data, Maryland B SHOREHAM 399 Commodity Flow Survey: Preliminary Data from 2012 Survey, Experiences, and Applications, Hampton 400 Design and Maintenance Considerations for Loads in Railroad Track, Executive 401 Freight Rail Operations Research, Regency Ballroom 402 Innovations in Geometric Design of Horizontal Curves, Ambassador 403 Interaction of Short-Term Decision Making and Long-Term Aviation Planning, Congressional 404 Mind the Gap: Addressing Airfield and Airspace Capacity Research Needs, Diplomat 405 Moving U.S. Agricultural Commodities to Trade Gateways for Exports: Challenges and Opportunities, Palladian 406 Multihazard Assessment and Design of Bridges, Empire 407 Seaport Shutdowns: Recovery Lessons Learned from Private Industry, Blue Room HILTON 408 Bicycle and Pedestrian Counts, Factoring, and Forecasting: Employment in Diverse Applications, Lincoln East 409 Challenges in Maintaining Quiet Streetcar and Light-Rail Systems, Jefferson East 410 Current Research on Bus Rapid Transit Planning, Design, and Operations, Columbia Hall Data Challenges of Intermodal Planning: Past Experience and Future Needs, International West 412 Excelling at Research Program Performance Measurement, Georgetown East 413 Future Directions for Transit Geographic Information Systems, Columbia Hall Innovative Solutions to Congestion in Urban Areas, International East 415 Measuring and Estimating Cycling Demand, Georgetown West 416 Nation on the Move: Changing Demographics in Transit, Jefferson West 417 Pioneers of Autonomous Driving: Automated Guideway Transit Systems, Columbia Hall Research on Transportation Planning in Small and Medium- Sized Communities, Lincoln West 419 Well-being and Travel, Columbia Hall 8 MARRIOTT 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 420 Highway Capacity and Level of Service for Intersections and Roundabouts, Salon Innovative Applications of Highway Capacity Manual 2010 Methodologies, Salon Managed Lanes, Salon Methods for Field Assessment and Evaluation of Driving Behavior and Roadway Safety Systems, Salon Motorcycle Use in Urban, Suburban, and City Center Roads, Salon Research on Traffic Control Devices, Salon Transportation Safety Management, Salon 2 SHOREHAM 427 Freight Systems and Marine Group Work in Progress, Blue Room Foyer HILTON 428 Advances in Programming and Investment Decision- Making Processes, International Center 429 Fresh Ideas for Statewide Transportation Planning, International Center 430 Latest Research in Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Processes, International Center 431 Latest Research in Planning for Mega-Regions, International Center 432 Public Involvement in Transportation, International Center 433 SHRP 2 Capacity and Reliability: Moving Research into Practice Through Development Activities and Pilot Projects, International Center 434 Transportation Planning and Analysis in China and Cross- Border Travel in the United States, International Center 435 Transportation Planning and Analysis in the Developing Countries, International Center 436 Transportation Scholar and Other Recent Research on National Parks and Federal Lands, International Center 60

63 Daily Index: Monday, January 13 (continued) Daily Index: Monday, January 13 (continued) SHOREHAM 5:45 p.m. 7:15 p.m. Aviation Caucus, Regency Ballroom MARRIOTT 6:00 p.m. 7:15 p.m. Thomas B. Deen Distinguished Lecture and Presentation of Awards, Salon 1 MARRIOTT 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 437 Case Studies in Performance-Based Analysis of Geometric Design, Salon Changing Culture...Saving Lives, Thurgood Marshall East 439 Do Teens Drive Like Their Parents? Virginia B 440 Driver Distraction from Cell Phones, Texting, Lack of Sleep, and Agressiveness, Salon Driving Through Curves and Work Zones and Past Roadside Vegetation, Salon Highway Rail Grade Crossings: Human Factors Research and Analysis, Salon Infrastructure Corrosion, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 336), Thurgood Marshall West 444 Innovative Pedestrian Transportation Research, Maryland C 445 Intelligent Transportation System Technology Development and Connected Vehicles: System Control, Safety, and Evaluation, Salon Multiple Stress Creep and Recovery Test: Implementation Process for New AASHTO Asphalt Binder Specification, Salon New Research Enabling Decisions to Enhance Safety in Work Zones, Thurgood Marshall North 448 Nondestructive Evaluation of Bridge Decks, Virginia A 449 Off-Specification and Local Materials as Aggregates for More Sustainable Pavements, Thurgood Marshall South 450 Past, Present, and Future of Access Management, Delaware A 451 Performance Management on Managed Lane Facilities, Salon Recent Research Results from User Information Studies, Salon Seismic Design of Bridges: Celebrating Our Legacy, Maryland A 454 Simulation and Measurement of Driver Performance, Salon To the Future! Emerging Methods in Road Safety Analysis, Maryland B 456 Unique Challenges of Mega- Project Delivery, Delaware B SHOREHAM 457 Advancements in Support Structure Technology and Research, Ambassador 458 Airline Consolidation: Impacts on Stakeholders and the Industry, Regency Ballroom 459 Managing Pavement Networks, Empire 460 Modeling Theories and Practices in Freight Planning and Logistics, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 461), Hampton 461 Modeling Theories and Practices in Freight Planning and Logistics: Energy Development, Predictive Analytics, and Rural Corridors, Executive 462 More Environmentally Friendly Asphalt Overlay Solutions, Palladian 463 Risk Analysis Applications Across the Modes, Congressional 464 Roadside Safety Design: Bridge Rails and Concrete Barriers, Blue Room 465 Tools for Improving Quality of Highway Stormwater Runoff, Diplomat HILTON 466 Commuting, Expenditures, and Equity, Lincoln East 467 Digging into Paratransit Data and Policies, Columbia Hall Extracting Information by Using Automated Sensors, Columbia Hall Innovative Practices in Wildlife Crossings, Columbia Hall Maintenance and Operations Management for Climate Change: Department of Transportation State of the Practice, Georgetown East 471 Modeling with an Attitude: Models That Consider Attitudes and Latent Variables, Lincoln West 472 Parking Tension: Perceived Neighborhood Benefits Versus Citywide Benefits, International East 473 Retrofitting Automatic Train Operation to Existing Rail Transit Systems: Opportunities and Challenges, Georgetown West 474 Risks and Opportunities of Governmental Lending and Credit Activities, International West 475 Rural Public and Coordinated Human Services Transportation: Using Nontraditional Performance Indicators to Measure Impacts, Columbia Hall Stated-Preference and Best- Worst Surveys, Jefferson East 477 Transportation Planning by Metropolitan Planning Organizations for Climate- Resilient Communities, Jefferson West Meetings 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Value of Transportation AB020T Infrastructure Task Force (members only, breakfast), Hilton, Holmead Household Travel Surveys ABJ40 Subcommittee, ABJ40(1), Hilton, Cardozo Development of Freight AT017T Fluidity Performance Measures Task Force (members only), Shoreham, Forum 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. Simulation of Traffic Signal Systems Subcommittee, AHB25(3), Marriott, Tyler 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m. AHB25 Sensing Technologies ABJ50 Subcommittee, ABJ50(1), Hilton, L Enfant Emerging Methods, ADB40(1), ADB40 Hilton, Northwest Project Level Air Quality ADC20 Analysis Subcommittee, ADC20(1), Hilton, Oak Lawn Transportation and Economic ADD10 Development Committee, Hilton, Gunston Methods for Analyzing Steel AFF20 Bridges Subcommittee, AFF20(1), Marriott, Congressional AFP20 Geophysics Subcommittee, AFP20(1), Marriott, Madison A Regional Traffic Signal AHB10 Operations Subcommittee, AHB10(9), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Low to Moderate Speed AHB65 Roadways Subcommittee, AHB65(4), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8219 MON 61

64 Daily Index: Monday, January 13 (continued) Daily Index: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON Emerging Technology Law AL040 Committee, Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 Older Women s Activities ANB60 Subcommittee, ANB60(1), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8216 Truck and Bus Operator Health ANB70 and Wellness Subcommittee, ANB70(3), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8206 Shared-Use Vehicle Public AP020 Transport Systems Subcommittee, AP020(1), Hilton, Morgan TRB Bus Rapid Transit AP050 Conference Planning Subcommittee, AP050(1), Hilton, Kalorama Intercity Passenger Rail AR010 Research Subcommittee, AR010(3), Shoreham, Cabinet Risk Analysis Subcommittee, AR020 AR020(2), Shoreham, Calvert Commercial Space AV010 Transportation Joint Subcommittee of AV010, AV060, AV020, Shoreham, Capitol Inland Water Transportation AW020 Committee, Shoreham, Governors 8:00 a.m. noon Knowledge Management Task AB010T Force, Hilton, Columbia Hall 3 Statewide Transportation Data ABJ20 and Information Systems Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 2 Transportation Needs of ADA40 National Parks and Public Lands Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 4 Public Involvement in ADA60 Transportation Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 1 Historic and Archeological ADC50 Preservation in Transportation Committee, Hilton, Fairchild Transportation and ADD40 Sustainability Committee, Hilton, Monroe Geospatial Data Acquisition AFB80 Technologies in Design and Construction Committee, Shoreham, Senate Rigid Pavement Design AFD50 Committee, Marriott, Coolidge Strength and Deformation Characteristics of Pavement AFD80 Sections Committee, Marriott, Balcony B General Structures Committee, AFF10 Marriott, Washington B6 Management of Quality AFH20 Assurance Committee, Marriott, Virginia C Disadvantaged Business AFH80 Enterprises Committee, Marriott, McKinley Characteristics of Asphalt AFK40 Aggregate Combinations to Meet Surface Requirements Committee, Marriott, Washington B4 Geosynthetics Committee, AFS70 Marriott, Washington B2 Cementitious Stabilization AFS80 Committee, Marriott, Hoover Intelligent Transportation AHB15 Systems Committee, Marriott, Wilson A Highway Capacity and Quality AHB40 of Service Committee, Marriott, Wilson B and C Safety and Security of Bridges AHD35 and Structures Subcommittee, AHD35(1), Marriott, Taylor Corrosion Committee, Marriott, AHD45 Washington B3 Transportation Safety ANB10 Management Committee, Marriott, Balcony A Simulation and Measurement AND30 of Vehicle and Operator Performance Committee, Marriott, Harding Visibility Committee, Marriott, AND40 Washington B5 Bicycle Transportation ANF20 Committee, Hilton, Cabinet Automated Transit Systems AP040 Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 9 and 10 Commuter Rail Transportation AP070 Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 11 and 12 Railroad Operational Safety AR070 Committee, Marriott, Washington B1 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Traffic Signal Systems Research Subcommittee, AHB25(2), Marriott, Tyler 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Technology and Standards Subcommittee, AHB25(4), Marriott, Tyler 10:15 a.m. noon AHB25 AHB25 Data Privacy, Security and AB000 Protection Policy Joint Subcommittee of AB000, AHB15, ABE25, AL040, Hilton, L Enfant AASHTO Asset Management ABC40 Subcommittee Joint Meeting, Hilton, Cardozo Transportation Issues in Major ABE30 U.S. Cities Committee, Hilton, Gunston Behavioral Processes: ADB10 Qualitative and Quantitative Methods Subcommittee, ADB10(4), Hilton, Albright Transit, Freight, and Logistics ADB30 Modeling Subcommittee, ADB30(1), Hilton, Northwest Regional Air Quality Analysis ADC20 Subcommittee, ADC20(2), Hilton, Oak Lawn Waste Management and ADC60 Resource Efficiency Mid-Year Meeting Planning Subcommittee, ADC60(1), Hilton, Piscataway Climate Change, Energy, and AF000 Sustainability Impacts on the Transportation Infrastructure Subcommittee, AF000(3), Marriott, Madison A Geometric Design Business AFB10 Subcommittee, AFB10(3), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8216 Nondestructive Evaluation of AFF40 Structures Subcommittee, AFF40(1), Marriott, Truman Planning for Operations AHB10 Subcommittee, AHB10(2), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 High-Speed Roadways AHB65 Subcommittee, AHB65(6), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8219 Transit and Intermodal AL020 Transportation Law Committee, Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 Truck and Bus Driver Training ANB70 Subcommittee, ANB70(7), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8206 Emerging Ridesharing AP020 Solutions Joint Subcommittee of AP020, AP025, AHB15, Hilton, Morgan Taxi Subcommittee, AP060(2), AP060 Hilton, Kalorama Railroad Operating AR030 Technologies Committee, Shoreham, Governors Agricultural Transportation AT030 Committee, Shoreham, Calvert Trucking Industry Research AT060 Committee, Shoreham, Cabinet Airfield and Airspace Capacity AV060 and Delay Committee, Shoreham, Capitol 10:15 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Traffic Speed and Safety: ANB20 Cross-Cutting Issues Joint Subcommittee of ANB20, AHB65, ANB10, Marriott, Taft 11:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. Traffic Signal Timing Subcommittee, AHB25(1), Marriott, Tyler AHB25 62

65 Daily Index: Monday, January 13 (continued) Daily Index: Monday, January 13 (continued) Noon 1:30 p.m. Aviation Group Executive Board (members only, lunch), Shoreham, Forum 12:15 p.m. 1:15 p.m. AV000 Management and Leadership ABC00 Section Executive Board (members only, lunch), Hilton, Holmead Vehicle Miles Traveled ABE25 Revenues Joint Subcommittee of ABE25, ABE10, Hilton, Monroe Tribal Safety Issues ABE80 Subcommittee, ABE80(1), Hilton, Gunston Traffic Monitoring Conference ABJ25T (NATMEC) Task Force (members only, lunch), Hilton, Independence Travel Time, Speed, and ABJ30 Reliability Joint Subcommittee of ABJ30, ABJ35, Hilton, L Enfant Planning and Environment AD000 Group Executive Board (members only, lunch), Hilton, Jay Sustainable Transportation ADD40 Indicators Subcommittee, ADD40(1), Hilton, Du Pont Operations Section Executive AHB00 Board (members only, lunch), Marriott, Stone s Throw Private Dining Room Glossary Editorial Board AHB10 Subcommittee, AHB10(10), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Maintenance and Preservation AHD00 Section Executive Board (members only, lunch), Marriott, Congressional 12:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m. Environmental Analysis in Transportation Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 11 and 12 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m. ADC10 Weigh-in-Motion ABJ35 Subcommittee, ABJ35(2), Hilton, L Enfant Transportation in Military ADA20 Communities Joint Subcommittee of ADA20, AT035, AP055, Hilton, Morgan International Travel Behavior ADB10 Subcommittee, ADB10(3), Hilton, Albright Effects of Information and ADB20 Communication Technologies on Travel Choices, Hilton, Columbia Hall 1 Transportation Planning ADB50 Applications Conference Planning Subcommittee, ADB50(1), Hilton, Cardozo Transportation Air Quality ADC20 Research Subcommittee, ADC20(3), Hilton, Oak Lawn Rail Noise and Vibration ADC40 Subcommittee, ADC40(2), Hilton, Piscataway Geometric Design Technical AFB10 Subcommittee, AFB10(1), Marriott, Madison A Research Needs Statements, AFB20 Shoreham, Cabinet Geospatial Control AFB80 Subcommittee, AFB80(1), Shoreham, Council Pavement Management AFD10 Systems in Local Governments Subcommittee, AFD10(1), Marriott, Truman Regional Highway and Transit AHB10 Integration Subcommittee, AHB10(11), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Freeway Safety and Operations AHB65 Subcommittee, AHB65(5), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8219 Eminent Domain and Land Use AL060 Committee, Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 Surrogate Measures of Safety ANB20 Subcommittee, ANB20(3), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8206 Medical Advisory Boards and ANB60 Driver Licensing Joint Subcommittee of ANB60, ANB30, Marriott, Taft Pedestrian Research ANF10 Subcommittee, ANF10(1), Marriott, Tyler Bicycle Membership and Communications ANF20 Subcommittee, ANF20(3), Hilton, Northwest Transit State of Good Repair AP010 Joint Subcommittee of AP010, AR055, AP070, AP065, AP050, AP075, AP045, Hilton, Embassy TRB Rural Public and Intercity AP055 Bus Transportation Conference Planning Subcommittee, AP055(1), Hilton, Kalorama Freight Transportation Planning AT015 and Logistics Committee, Shoreham, Calvert Intermodal Freight Transport AT045 Committee, Shoreham, Capitol Truck Size and Weight AT055 Committee, Shoreham, Senate Environmental Impacts of AV030 Aviation Committee, Shoreham, Governors 1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Transportation Asset Management Committee, Hilton, Cabinet Revenue and Finance Committee, Hilton, Monroe ABC40 ABE10 Native American ABE80 Transportation Issues Committee, Hilton, Gunston Technology Transfer ABG30 Committee, Hilton, Fairchild Library and Information Science ABG40 for Transportation Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 3 Information Systems and ABJ50 Technology Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 2 Special Travel Forecasting ADB45 Resources Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 4 Low-Volume Roads Committee, AFB30 Marriott, Washington B2 Landscape and Environmental AFB40 Design Committee, Marriott, Virginia C Steel Bridges Committee, AFF20 Marriott, Washington B6 Culverts and Hydraulic AFF70 Structures Committee, Marriott, Balcony B Construction Management AFH10 Committee, Marriott, Coolidge Flexible Pavement Construction AFH60 and Rehabilitation Committee, Marriott, Washington B4 Exploration and Classification AFP20 of Earth Materials Committee, Marriott, Hoover Transportation Earthworks AFS10 Committee, Marriott, McKinley Traffic Signal Systems AHB25 Committee, Marriott, Wilson B and C Pavement Preservation AHD18 Committee, Marriott, Washington B5 Underwater Structures AHD30 Inspection and Maintenance Subcommittee, AHD30(1), Marriott, Wilson A Bridge Life-Cycle Cost Analysis AHD35 Subcommittee, AHD35(2), Marriott, Taylor Signing and Marking Materials AHD55 Committee, Marriott, Washington B1 Traffic Law Enforcement ANB40 Committee, Marriott, Harding Truck and Bus Safety ANB70 Committee, Marriott, Washington B3 Emergency Evacuation Task ANB80T Force, Marriott, Balcony A Emerging and Innovative AP020 Public Transport and Technologies Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 9 and 10 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m. International Research Needs A0010 Subcommittee, A0010(2), Hilton, Morgan MON 63 19

66 Daily Index: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON Transportation Planning ADB50 Applications Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 1 Strategic Issues ADC10 Subcommittee, ADC10(1), Hilton, Oak Lawn Historic and Archeological ADC50 Preservation Communications Subcommittee, ADC50(1), Hilton, Northwest International Aspects of ADC70 Transportation Energy Subcommittee, ADC70(1), Hilton, Kalorama Hydrology Subcommittee, AFB60 AFB60(1), Marriott, Madison A Communications and Outreach AHB10 Subcommittee, AHB10(4), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Performance-Based Analysis AHB65 Subcommittee, AHB65(3), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8219 Tort Liability and Risk AL070 Management Committee, Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 Future Directions in Safety ANB20 Analysis Joint Subcommittee of ANB20, ANB25, Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8206 Senior Mobility Options Joint ANB60 Subcommittee, ANB60(3), Marriott, Taft Digital Billboards Joint AND20 Subcommittee of AND20, AND10, AND30, AND40, Marriott, Truman Pedestrian Research ANF10 Subcommittee, ANF10(1), Marriott, Tyler Urban Freight Transportation AT025 Committee, Shoreham, Capitol Aviation Climate Change AV030 Subcommittee, AV030(2), Shoreham, Senate Airport Terminals and Ground AV050 Access Committee, Shoreham, Calvert Marine Environmental AW030 Committee, Shoreham, Governors 3:45 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Transportation and Air Quality Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 11 and 12 5:45 p.m. 7:15 p.m. ADC20 European Conference of A0010 Transport Research Institutes TRB Action Plan Review Subcommittee, A0010(4) (members only), Hilton, Piscataway Congestion Pricing Economics ABE25 Joint Subcommittee of ABE25, ABE20, Hilton, Gunston Transit Surveys ABJ40 Subcommittee, ABJ40(6), Hilton, L Enfant Health and Transportation ADD50 Joint Subcommittee of ADD50, ADD40, ADB10, ABJ30, Hilton, Monroe 5:45 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Design Section Executive Board AFB00 (members only, dinner), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8216 Asphalt Materials Section AFK00 Executive Board (members only, dinner), Marriott, Congressional 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Rail Group Executive Board AR000 (members only, dinner), Shoreham, Forum Performance Measurement ABC30 Committee, Hilton, Monroe Accessible Transportation and ABE60 Mobility Committee: Research Subcommittee, ABE60(4), Hilton, Fairchild Tribal Historical and ABE80 Archeological Preservation Joint Subcommittee of ABE80, ADC50, Hilton, Columbia Hall 2 Traffic Safety and Traffic ABE90 Management Subcommittee, ABE90(1), Hilton, Gunston Bicycle and Pedestrian Data ABJ35 Joint Subcommittee of ABJ35, ABJ20, ABJ30, ABJ40, Hilton, Columbia Hall 11 and 12 Freight Transportation Data ABJ90 Committee, Shoreham, Capitol Statewide Multimodal ADA10 Transportation Planning Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 4 Climate Change Joint ADC70 Subcommittee of ADC70, ADC80, ADD40, Hilton, Cabinet 2015 International ADD40 Sustainability Conference Planning Subcommittee, ADD40(3) (members only), Hilton, Columbia Hall 1 Transportation Incident AHB10 Management Subcommittee, AHB10(8), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Traffic Simulation Models Joint AHB45 Subcommittee of AHB45, AHB40, AHB25, AHB20, ADB30, AHB55, ADC20, Marriott, Washington B1 Traffic Control Devices AHB50 Committee, Marriott, Washington B3 Safe Mobility of Older Persons ANB60 Committee, Marriott, Harding Ferry Transportation AP085 Committee, Shoreham, Calvert Socioeconomic and Financial AR010 Aspects of Intercity Passenger Rail Subcommittee, AR010(2), Shoreham, Senate Railroad Environmental AR020 Research Issues Subcommittee, AR020(1), Shoreham, Cabinet International Trade and AT020 Transportation Committee, Shoreham, Governors 7:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. Pavement Materials and the AF000 Urban Climate Subcommittee, AF000(2), Marriott, Coolidge Roadside Safety Design AFB20 International Research Activities, AFB20 (2), Marriott, Washington B4 Context-Sensitive Design and AFB50T Solutions Task Force, Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8206 Sustainable Pavements AFD00 Subcommittee, AFD00(1), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 Pavement Monitoring and AFD20 Evaluation Committee, Marriott, Balcony B Information Systems in AFH10 Construction Management Joint Subcommittee of AFH10, ABJ50, Marriott, McKinley Advanced Models to Understand AFK50 Behavior and Performance of Asphalt Mixtures Subcommittee, AFK50(1), Marriott, Washington B2 Properties of Concrete AFN20 Committee, Marriott, Virginia C Engineering Geology AFP10 Committee, Marriott, Washington B6 Soil and Rock Properties AFP30 Committee, Marriott, Hoover Soils and Rock Instrumentation AFS20 Committee, Marriott, Madison A Surface Transportation Weather AH010 Committee, Marriott, Wilson B and C Bridge Preservation Joint AHD00 Subcommittee of AHD00, AHD25, AHD30, AHD35, AHD40, AHD45, Marriott, Washington B5 Environmental Maintenance AHD10 Subcommittee, AHD10(1), Marriott, Wilson A Roadside Maintenance AHD50 Operations Committee, Marriott, Balcony A Transit Capacity and Quality of AP015 Service Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 9 and 10 Public Transportation Marketing AP030 and Fare Policy Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 3 Research Subcommittee, AP070 AP070(2), Hilton, Kalorama TRB Light Rail Transit AP075 Conference Planning Subcommittee, AP075(2) (members only), Hilton, Morgan 64

67 Sessions and Events: Monday, January CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall North A Look at Multiple Methods of Understanding Motorcycle and Scooter Users and Their Usage Patterns Sherry Williams, Motorcycle Safety Foundation, presiding Sponsored by Motorcycles and Mopeds Committee Characteristics and Motivations of Learner Riders of Powered Two-Wheelers in Victoria, Australia ( ) Babak Amani Jordehi and Geoffrey Rose, Monash University, Australia Using Automatic Vehicle Identification Data to Understand Powered-Two-Wheeler Usage Patterns: Case Study of Toll Roads in Melbourne, Australia ( ) Alexa Delbosc and Geoffrey Rose, Monash University, Australia Investigating Powered Two-Wheeler Overataking Behavior in Urban Arterials ( ) Emmanouil N. Barmpounakis, Eleni I. Vlahogianni, and John Golias, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Principles for Developing Traffic Control Devices for Mixed Traffic Flow with Numerous Motor Scooters ( ) Ming-Heng Wang, Kainan University, Taiwan Understanding Rider Differences in Mileage and Riding Frequency Through MSF100 Motorcyclists Naturalistic Study Data Robert McCall and Shane Brendan McLaughlin, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute 213 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall East Accident Investigations by National Transportation Safety Board Carl Schultheisz and Kristin Poland, National Transportation Safety Board, presiding Sponsored by Safety Section Promoting Use of Geographic Information Systems in Transportation Safety at NTSB Ivan Cheung, National Transportation Safety Board When the Engineer Can t See the Wayside Signals: Medical Investigation into a Head-on Railroad Collision Mary Pat McKay, National Transportation Safety Board Lap Belts on School Buses: Two NTSB Investigations Including Simulations and Onboard Videos Kristin Poland and Thomas Barth, National Transportation Safety Board Train Derailment in New Brighton, Pennsylvania, and Its Influence on Rail Defect Management Matt Fox, National Transportation Safety Board 214 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South Advancements in Soil Improvement Using Biomediation Methods Burak Fevzi Tanyu, George Mason University, and Ahmet H. Aydilek, University of Maryland, College Park, presiding Sponsored by Physicochemical and Biological Processes in Soils Committee Utilization of Biofuel Coproducts for Pavement Geomaterial Stabilization Halil Ceylan, Iowa State University Precipitation of Calcite by Indigenous Soil Bacteria: Principles and Applications Malcolm Burbank, University of Idaho Mechanical and Geochemical Behavior of Biocemented Sands Brina M. Montoya, North Carolina State University Biogeotechnologies for Mitigation of Liquefaction, Levees, and Road Construction Jian Chu, Iowa State University 215 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Maryland B Advances in Winter Maintenance Practices and Standards Paul A. Pisano, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Winter Maintenance Committee Monitoring and Analysis of Winter Maintenance Operations for Parking Lots ( ) Raqib Omer, Ramona Mirotabi, Zara Liaqat, and Liping Fu, University of Waterloo, Canada Evaluation of Winter Maintenance Chemicals and Crashes Using Artificial Neural Network ( ) Zhirui Ye and Yueru Xu, Southeast University China; David A. Veneziano and Xianming Shi, Montana State University, Bozeman Experimental Study on Effectiveness of Anti-icing Operations for Snow and Ice Control of Parking Lots and Sidewalks ( ) S. M. Kamal Hossain, Liping Fu, and Avalon J. Olesen, University of Waterloo, Canada Estimating Winter Weather Road Restoration Time Using Outsourced Traffic Data: Three Case Studies in Maryland ( ) Elham Sharifi, Stanley E. Young, and Thomas Jacobs, University of Maryland, College Park; Steven M. Rochon, Maryland State Highway Administration 216 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Salon 1 Asphalt Mixtures with High Recycle Content Shane Buchanan, APAC, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Nonasphalt Components of Asphalt Paving Mixtures Committee Laboratory Study on Effect of High RAP and High Asphalt Binder Content on Stiffness, Fatigue Resistance, and Rutting Resistance of Asphalt Concrete ( ) Paul Boriack and Samer Wehbe Katicha, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Gerardo W. Flintsch, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Evaluation of Superpave Mixtures with High Percentages of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement ( ) Nassim Sabahfar, Syeda Rubaiyat Aziz, and Mustaque Hossain, Kansas State University; Greg Schieber, Kansas Department of Transportation Evaluation of High RAP Mixture Production, Construction, and Properties ( ) Stacey Diefenderfer and Harikrishnan Nair, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research Strategies for Incorporating Higher RAP Percentages: Review of Implementation Trials in Northeast States ( ) Thomas A. Bennert, Rutgers University; Jo Sias Daniel, University of New Hampshire; Walaa S. Mogawer, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth MON 65

68 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON 217 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Maryland A Care and Feeding of Expert Witnesses: Conflicts and Conundrums of Ethical Practice James H. Isonhood, Mississippi Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Eminent Domain and Land Use Committee and Access Management Committee Panel Discussion Randy Ward, Texas Department of Transportation; Michael Flatt, Gresham Smith & Partners; Christopher Wayne Huffman, Huffman Corridor Consulting, LLC 218 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Delaware B Concrete Durability with Respect to Freeze Thaw Behavior, Early Age Cracking, and Chloride Penetration Robert Douglas Hooton, University of Toronto, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Durability of Concrete Committee Acoustic Emission and Low-Temperature Calorimetry Study of Freeze and Thaw Behavior in Cementitious Materials Exposed to NaCl Solutions ( ) Yaghoob Farnam, Purdue University; Dale P. Bentz, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Alison Hampton and Jason Weiss, Purdue University Application of Poromechanics in Sustainable Concrete Pavement Exposed to Freezing Temperatures ( ) Syeda Rahman, Texas A&M University; Zachary Grasley, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Eyad A. Masad and Dan G. Zollinger, Texas A&M University Determination of Required Insulation for Preventing Early-Age Cracking in Mass Concrete Footings ( ) Tu Do, Adrian M. Lawrence. and Mang Tia, University of Florida; Michael Bergin, Florida Department of Transportation Effect of Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Wrapping on Concrete Chloride Penetration and Concrete Cover ( ) Nur Yazdani, University of Texas, Arlington 219 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Salon 3 Crowd Dynamics: Empirical Analyses, Modeling, Simulation, and Management Winnie Daamen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee Exploring Areawide Dynamics of Pedestrian Crowds Using a Three-Dimensional Approach ( ) Meead Saberi and Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University Experimental Study of Pedestrians Walking Through Angled Corridors ( ) Charitha Dias, Majid Sarvi, Omid Ejtemai, and Nirajan Shiwakoti, Monash University, Australia Group Dynamics in Pedestrian Crowds: Proxemic Behavior Estimation ( ) Andrea Gorrini and Stefania Bandini, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy; Majid Sarvi, Monash University, Australia Experimental Investigation of Pedestrian Personal Space: Toward Modeling and Simulations of Pedestrian Crowd Dynamics ( ) Andrea Gorrini, Kenichiro Shimura, and Stefania Bandini, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy; Kazumichi Ohtsuka and Katsuhiro Nishinari, University of Tokyo, Japan Optimal Crowd Evacuation ( ) Serge Hoogendoorn, Winnie Daamen, Dorine C. Duives, and Femke van Wageningen-Kessels, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands 220 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Virginia B Evaluation and Maintenance Methods for Highway Structures Michael Carey Brown, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research, presiding Sponsored by Structures Maintenance Committee Measured Anchor Rod Tightening of High-Mast Light Pole in Alaska ( ) David Hoisington, Jeff Hoffman, and Scott Hamel, University of Alaska, Anchorage Innovative Method for Interpreting Ground-Penetrating Radar Data from Concrete Bridge Decks ( ) Kien Dinh, Concordia University, Canada Assessing Sensitivity of Impact Echo and Ultrasonic Surface Waves Methods for Quality Assesment of Concrete Structures ( ) Hoda Azari, Soheil Nazarian, and Deren Yuan, University of Texas, El Paso Cracking Behavior from Accelerated Internal Expansion on Concrete Patch Repairs ( ) Min Ook Kim and Amanda Bordelon, University of Utah; Atsushi Hattori and Toyoaki Miyagawa, Kyoto University, Japan 221 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Delaware A Maintenance Techniques, Technologies, and Delivery of Services Mark D. Robinson, Leidos, presiding Sponsored by Maintenance and Operations Management Committee Customer Satisfaction and Safety Targets in Finnish Road Performance-Based Maintenance Contracts ( ) Katja Levola, Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment, Finland; Pekka Pakkala, Ramboll Finland Assessment of Rapid Debris Removal System: Implications for Roadway Operations and Maintenance ( ) Rodolfo Valdes-Vasquez, Anderson M. Lewis, and Kelly Strong, Colorado State University Benefits of Implementing Technology in Highway Maintenance and Operations Bill Toothill, DBi Services LLC Use of New Onboard Vehicle Technologies to Enhance Highway Maintenance Business Processes and Decision Making Wilfrid A. Nixon, University of Iowa 66 66

69 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 222 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall West Managing Traffic on Freeways, Part 1: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Headed? (Part 2, Session 271) Gordon F. Paesani, Delcan Corporation, presiding Sponsored by Freeway Operations Committee; Managed Lanes Committee; Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations Committee; and Active Traffic Management Joint Subcommittee Agencies realize that managing and controlling traffic on freeways is crucial to improving their safety and operation. The practice of freeway operations continues to evolve with the development and deployment of ITS technologies, operational and demand management strategies, control plans, and traveler information. This two-part session highlights 50 years of successful practices and innovative opportunities agencies should consider to improve the safety and operation of freeways. Freeway Operations and Traffic Management System: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Headed? Philip H. Masters, Delcan Corporation Managed Lanes and Pricing: Where Are We Headed? Charles Fuhs, Consultant Active Traffic Management: Where Are We Headed in Europe? Lucy Wickham, Mouchel, United Kingdom 224 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Maryland C Safety Data, Analysis, and Evaluation Craig Thor, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Safety Data, Analysis and Evaluation Committee Linking Police and Hospital Road Accident Records: How Consistent Can It Be? ( ) Marco Amorim, Sara Pinho Ferreira and António Fidalgo Couto, University of Porto, Portugal Assessing the Effect of Weather States on Crash Severity and Types Using Full Bayesian Multivariate Safety Models ( ) Karim El-Basyouny, Sudip Barua, Tazul Islam, and Ran Li, University of Alberta, Canada Advancing Safety Performance Monitoring at Signalized Intersections Using Connected Vehicle Technology ( ) Praprut Songchitruksa and Liteng Zha, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Limiting Driveway Access at Intersections: Sample Application of Value-of-Research Evaluation ( ) Michael Paul Pratt, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; James Bonneson, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.; Charles V. Zegeer, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Network-Level Accident Mapping: Distance-Based Pattern Matching Using Artificial Neural Network ( ) Lipika Deka and Mohammed A. Quddus, Loughborough University, United Kingdom 225 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Empire MON 223 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Virginia A Performance-Based Seismic Bridge Design: Anticipating the Future Lee Marsh, BergerABAM, presiding Sponsored by Seismic Design and Performance of Bridges Committee The session includes discussion of new or emerging developments related to performance-based seismic design (PBSD) of bridges including major projects that have used PBSD, the advantages and motivations for using PBSD, challenges to broad implementation, and ongoing efforts to fill the gaps. Performance-Based Seismic Design: What Is It and How Is It Different from Today s Practice? Lee Marsh, BergerABAM Seismic Design of Hybrid Sliding-Rocking Bridges Petros Sideris, University of Colorado, Boulder Use of Performance-Based Seismic Design Criteria for WSDOT Major Bridges Bijan Khaleghi, Washington State Department of Transportation System Performance Assessment of Oregon State Highways for a Cascadia Subduction Zone Event Bruce V. Johnson, Oregon Department of Transportation Accelerated Pavement Testing, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 277) Athar Saeed, Saeed Consultants, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Full-Scale Accelerated Pavement Testing Committee Enhanced Gradation Guidelines to Improve Asphalt Mixture Performance ( ) James Greene, Sanghyun Chun, and Bouzid Choubane, Florida Department of Transportation Accelerated Pavement Testing of Warm-Mix Asphalt for Heavy Traffic Airfields ( ) Mariely Mejias, Jesse D. Doyle, and John F. Rushing, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center Permeability of Porous Friction Course Pavements: Before and After Accelerated Pavement Tests ( ) Erdem Coleri, Masoud Kayhanian, and John Harvey, University of California, Davis Full-Scale Structural and Performance Characterization of Trinidad Lake Asphalt-Modified Flexible Pavement ( ) David H. Timm, Auburn University; Mary M. Robbins, James Richard Willis, and Nam Tran, National Center for Asphalt Technology 67

70 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 226 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Diplomat 229 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Blue Room MON Commercial Truck Parking Projects Stephen V. Burks, University of Minnesota, Morris, presiding Sponsored by Trucking Industry Research Committee Truck Parking Initiatives Matt Hanson, California Department of Transportation; Marygrace Parker, I-95 Corridor Coalition; Collin Castle, Michigan Department of Transportation Minnesota Truck Parking Project Team Update William Gardner, Minnesota Department of Transportation Deploying Real-Time Truck Parking Availability System on a Multistate Corridor Marygrace Parker, I-95 Corridor Coalition Michigan Truck Parking Project Team Update Eric M. Morris, HNTB Michigan, Inc. I-5 Truck Parking Project Update Matt Hanson, California Department of Transportation MAP-21 and Commercial Vehicle Parking Implications Edward L. Strocko, Federal Highway Administration 227 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Palladian Current Topics in Airport Ground Transportation and Terminal Operations Laurence Dantas, Massachusetts Port Authority, presiding Sponsored by Airport Terminals and Ground Access Committee Combined Airport Passenger Ground Access Model for Two Regional Airports ( ) Rachel B. Copperman and Arun R. Kuppam, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.; Ted Brown, Roger Roy, and Vladimir Livshits, Maricopa Association of Governments; Jason Lemp and Marty Milkovits, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Airport Cities and Airport Ground Access: Demand Balancing or Peak Exacerbation? Case of Zurich Airport, Switzerland ( ) Hermann W. M. Orth and Ulrich Alois Weidmann, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich Comparison of Mode Cost by Time of Day for Nondriving Airport Trips to and from New York City s Pennsylvania Station ( ) Ci Yang, Ender Faruk Morgul, Eric J. Gonzales, and Kaan Ozbay, Rutgers University 228 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Congressional Cutting-Edge Ferry Issues Martha A. R. Bewick, Harbor Consultancy International, presiding Sponsored by Ferry Transportation Committee Fast Ferry Service in the Nation s Capital Region (M495) Frank Principi, Prince William County Planning Liquified Natural Gas as Fuel for Puget Sound Ferries Raymond G. Deardorf, Washington State Ferries Ferries and Catastrophic Floods: Experiences and Learning in Brisbane, Australia, and New York City ( ) Neil Gavin Sipe and Matthew Ian Burke, Griffith University, Australia NYC Ferries: Transportation, Recreation, Economic Development, and Emergency Response Hannah Fry Henn, New York City Economic Development Corporation Development of Database Applications for Airport Planning and Design Randall J. Murphy, Grafton Technologies Inc., presiding Sponsored by Aircraft/Airport Compatibility Committee Mechanistic Empirical Aircraft Landing Distance Prediction Method ( ) Cheng Zhang, Susan Louise Tighe, Soo Jeon, and Hyock Ju Kwon, University of Waterloo, Canada Augmented Stochastic Multiple Imputation Model for Airport Pavement Missing Data Imputation ( ) Javed Farhan and Tien Fang Fwa, National University of Singapore Airport Asphalt Pavement Profile Analysis: Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition Approach ( ) Yaw Okyere Adu-Gyamfi and Nii Attoh-Okine, University of Delaware; Regis Martins Rodrigues and Silvio Rodrigues Filho, Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, Brazil; Offei Adarkwa, University of Delaware Development of Cloud Database for Airport Data at FAA Michael T. McNerney, Federal Aviation Administration 230 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Ambassador Evaluating Pavement Performance: Cracking and Structure Jonathan Groeger, AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Pavement Monitoring and Evaluation Committee Automatic Asphalt Crack Evaluation Using Crack Fundamental Element ( ) Chenglong Jiang and Yichang (James) Tsai, Georgia Institute of Technology Low-Cost Solution to Assess Road s Roughness Surface Condition for Pavement Management ( ) Luis Amador-Jimenez and Nagham Matout, Concordia University, Canada Innovative Method for Measuring Pavement Dielectric Constant Using Extended Common Midpoint Method with Two Air- Coupled Ground-Penetrating Radar Systems ( ) Zhen Leng, Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Imad L. Al-Qadi, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Alternative Approach for Interpreting Traffic Speed Deflectometer Results ( ) Adam Zofka, Jacek Sudyka, Maciej Maliszewski, Przemyslaw Harasim, and Dariusz Sybilski, Road and Bridge Research Institute, Poland 231 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Executive Heavy Axle Load Subgrade Construction Maintenance and Repair Theodore R. Sussmann, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, and Carlton L. Ho, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, presiding Sponsored by Railway Maintenance Committee Influence of Subgrade on Track Performance Theodore R. Sussmann, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Case Study: Investigation and Remediation of Track Substructure Problems Under Heavy Axle Loads Dingqing Li, Transportation Technology Center Inc.; Colin Basye, Consultant 68 68

71 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Analysis and Prediction of Heavy Axle Load Subgrade-Related Maintenance and Repair Costs Steve Chrismer, National Railroad Passenger Corporation Track Bed Investigations and Repairs in French National Railways ( ) Alain Robinet, French National Railways 232 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Hampton Recent Research on International Trade and Transportation Maria Boile, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Greece, presiding Sponsored by International Trade and Transportation Committee Liner Ship Fleet Deployment with Uncertain Demand ( ) Shuaian Wang, University of Wollongong, Australia; Tingsong Wang, Wuhan University, China; Xiaobo Qu, Griffith University, Australia; Zhiyuan Liu, Monash University, Australia; Sheng Jin, Zhejiang University Developing and Applying a Level-of-Service Framework to Land-Based Port-of-Entry Infrastructure Planning ( ) David Lettner and Jake Michael Kosior, Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation, Canada; Stephen Rozyckie, Gannett Fleming, Inc. Effects of Culture and Interorganizational System Use on Supply Chain Collaboration Including Shippers and Carriers ( ) Qingyu Zhang, Winona State University; Mei Cao, University of Wisconsin, Superior Impact of Bimodal and Lognormal Distributions in Ocean Transportation Transit Time on Logistics Costs ( ) Lita Das, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 233 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Regency Ballroom HOT TOPIC SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study Data: Availability, Access, and Use James H. Hedlund, Transportation Research Board, presiding Sponsored by Strategic Highway Research Program 2 Oversight Committee This session deals with the status of development of the SHRP 2 safety databases. It will include information on accessing safety data via the SHRP 2 safety website, on AASHTO s plans for analysis projects that use the safety databases, and on FHWA s plans for a safety data learning center to provide support to users of the databases. Also discussed are plans for the long-term stewardship and governance of the databases after the SHRP 2 program ends in March Naturalistic Driving Study Website and Data Access Mike Mollenhaer, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute AASHTO s Concept to Countermeasure Approach for Analyses with SHRP 2 Safety Data Brent Jennings, Idaho Department of Transportation FHWA Highway Safety Data Learning Center Plans Monique R. Evans, Federal Highway Administration What Happens When SHRP 2 Is Over? Ann M. Brach, Transportation Research Board 234 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Lincoln East Behavior, Modeling, and Analysis of Disrupted Networks Joseph Y. J. Chow, Ryerson University, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Network Modeling Committee HOT TOPIC Dual-Route Distribution Strategy with Supply Chain Disruption ( ) Sung Ho Hur, Korea Transportation Institute, South Korea; Dong-Kyu Kim, Kyung Soo Chon, and Chungwon Lee, Seoul National University, South Korea Complex Network Method of Evaluating Resilience in Surface Transportation Networks ( ) Abigail Osei-Asamoah and Nicholas E. Lownes, University of Connecticut Reliable Location-Routing Design Under Probabilistic Facility Disruptions ( ) Weijun Xie, Georgia Institute of Technology; Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Algorithm for Determining Path of Maximum Connectivity Reliability on a Network Subject to Random and Correlated Arc Connectivity Failures ( ) Ravi Seshadri and Karthik Srinivasan, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Critical State of Multiple Simultaneous Link Disruptions ( ) Bhavathrathan Bhattiyil Kuzhiyamkunnath and Gopal R. Patil, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay Sample-Based Algorithm to Determine Minimum Robust Cost Path with Correlated Link Travel Times ( ) Akkinepally Arun Prakash and Karthik Srinivasan, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Designing a Reliable Intermodal Hub-and-Spoke System for Biofuel Supply Chain Network ( ) Mohammad Marufuzzaman, Xiaopeng Li, Sandra D. Eksioglu, and Jin Wang, Mississippi State University Reliability Model for Facility Location Design Under Imperfect Information ( ) Lifen Yun and Changxu Ji, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Xiaopeng Li, Mississippi State University; Hongqiang Fan, Beijing Jiaotong University, China How Many Runs? Analytical Method for Optimal Scenario Sampling to Estimate the Variance of Travel Time Distributions in Vehicular Traffic Networks ( ) Jiwon Kim and Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University 235 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Georgetown East Better Reads: Improving Quality of Environmental Documents Diana Mendes, AECOM, presiding Sponsored by Environmental Issues in Transportation Law Committee and Environmental Analysis in Transportation Committee This panel discusses challenges the transportation community faces in streamlining the environmental review process by achieving focused, appropriately scoped NEPA documents while ensuring legal sufficiency. The panel also presents current initiatives, best practices, and innovative ideas that can be applied to environmental documentation and still achieve legal compliance. MON 69 Panel Discussion Ralph Davis, City of Kansas City; Lamar Smith, Federal Highway Administration; Megan Blum, Federal Transit Administration; William G. Malley, Perkins Coie LLP; Buddy Desai, CH2M Hill

72 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 236 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, International East Bringing Lean into Transportation Projects Andrea d Amato, Kleinfelder, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Strategic Management Committee and Contract Law Committee Discussion of Issues and Research Needs Katherine F. Turnbull, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Roger W. Surdahl, Federal Highway Administration; Denver D. Tolliver, Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute 239 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Jefferson West MON Lean Tools to Reduce Capital Costs and Deliver Greater Value to the Public: Case Study ( ) Kurt Lawrence Dettman, Constructive Dispute Resolutions; Luciana Burdi, Massport; Charles Sacre, Kleinfelder, Inc. Lean in the Private Sector: Transferable to Public Projects? Kristin Hill, Strategic Enterprise Technology, Inc. Connecticut DOT s Lean Scene: Grass Roots Process Diet Anna M. Barry, Connecticut Department of Transportation Learning from the Past: Forward Lean ing Frank DePaola, Massachusetts Department of Transportation 237 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, International West Creative Approaches to Developing Public-Private Partnerships Jennifer R. Mayer, Ernst and Young, presiding Sponsored by Revenue and Finance Committee Alternative Technical Concepts in Transportation Public-Private Partnerships: Assessment and Recommendations for the Process ( ) Noah Jolley and Michael Garvin, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Social Welfare Analysis for Alternative Investment Public- Private Partnership Approaches ( ) Omid M. Rouhani, H. Oliver Gao, and Raymond Richard Geddes, Cornell University; Germà Bel, University of Barcelona, Spain; Hossain Zarei, AECOM Public-Private Infrastructure Cooperative: New Infrastructure Financing Paradigm ( ) Julie Kim, BeneTellus Private Road to Sustainable Mobility? ( ) P. Christopher Zegras, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Christopher Grillo, IHS Global Insight 238 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Lincoln West HOT TOPIC Energy Development and the Transportation System: Update on TRB Activities Katherine F. Turnbull, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by Technical Activities Council; Climate Change and Energy Task Force; and Transportation Energy Committee Introduction of new energy production technology has triggered drastic changes in the U.S. energy-development sector over the past decade. States that were never major energy producers have become leaders in the production of oil and gas. These changes have had profound effects on the transportation system in these energy-development areas. This session highlights these effects, identifies problems and benefits, and discusses future research needs in energy development transportation issues Rural Transportation Issues Roger W. Surdahl, Federal Highway Administration Freight System Effects of the Baaken Shale Boom Denver D. Tolliver, Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute Environmental Management Systems and Practices for Transit Agencies: Successes and Lessons Learned David Emil Soltis, Consultant, presiding Sponsored by Waste Management and Resource Efficiency in Transportation Committee Federal Transit Agency Perspective Antoinette Quagliata, Federal Transit Administration Los Angeles Metro Environmental Management System Successes and Lessons Learned Emmanuel (Cris) B. Liban, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority SEPTA Environmental Management System Successes and Lessons Learned Erik Stephen Johanson, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Capital Metro, Austin, Texas: Environmental Management System Successes and Lessons Learned Jennifer Golech, Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority 240 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 6 Modeling Applications Elizabeth Sall, San Francisco County Transportation Authority, and Nicholas S. Wood, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Planning Applications Committee Potential of Visualizing and Encapsulating Disaggregated Origin Destination Desire Lines to Identify Demand Corridors ( ) Kinan Bahbouh and Catherine Morency, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada Development of Vehicle Fleet Mix Model System for Implementation in Activity-Based Travel Model ( ) Daehyun You, Venu M. Garikapati, and Ram M. Pendyala, Arizona State University; Chandra R. Bhat and Subodh Dubey, University of Texas, Austin; Kyunghwi Jeon and Vladimir Livshits, Maricopa Association of Governments The Test of Fire: Comparison of Adapted Four-Step MPO Modeling Results and Planning Process Findings to Actual Experience ( ) Maureen Paz de Araujo, HDR Engineering, Inc.; Mary R. Lupa, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Craig T. Casper, Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments; Bret Waters, City of Colorado Springs Choice Set Generation Algorithm Suitable for Measuring Route Choice Accessibility ( ) Neema Nassir, University of Queensland, Australia; Jennifer Ziebarth, Fehr & Peers Transportation Consultants; Elizabeth Sall and Lisa Zorn, San Francisco County Transportation Authority Making Advanced Travel Forecasting Models Affordable Through Model Transferability ( ) John L. Bowman, Bowman Research and Consulting; Mark Bradley, Resource Systems Group, Inc.; Joseph Castiglione, Resource Systems Group, Inc.; Supin Li Yoder, Federal Highway Administration 70 70

73 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 241 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Jefferson East 243 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Georgetown West Optimizing the Performance of Transit Systems Brian Lane, San Diego Association of Governments, presiding Sponsored by Transit Management and Performance Committee Applying Transit Asset Management Principles to Climate Change Adaptation ( ) Adjo A. Amekudzi, Georgia Institute of Technology; David Rose, Parsons Brinckerhoff; David M. Springstead, Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority; Matthew Crane, Fehr and Peers Transportation Consultants; Tiffany Batac, Parsons Brinckerhoff All Aboard: System for Exploring Urban Mobility and Optimizing Public Transport by Using Cell Phone Data ( ) Michele Berlingerio, Francesco Calabrese, Giusy di Lorenzo, Rahul Nair, Fabio Pinelli, and Marco Sbodio, IBM Research, Ireland Automated Data-Driven Performance Regime for Operations Management, Planning, and Control ( ) Dominick Tribone, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority; David Block-Schachter, Frederick Salvucci, John Attanucci, and Nigel H. M. Wilson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Benefit Cost Evaluation Method for Transit Stop Removal ( ) Zef Wagner and Robert Lawrence Bertini, Portland State University Measuring Effects of Economic Crisis on User Perception of Public Transport Quality ( ) Dimitrios Efthymiou, Michail Kaziales, and Constantinos Antoniou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece; Yannis Tyrinopoulos, Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Greece 242 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 5 Transit Station Access: Trains, Buses, Bikes, and Automobiles Deborah Matherly, Louis Berger Group, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Intermodal Transfer Facilities Committee Rating the Performance of Station Areas for Effective and Equitable Transit-Oriented Development ( ) Stephanie Pollack and Anna Gartsman, Northeastern University; Albert Benedict, Center for Neighborhood Technology; Jeff Wood, Reconnecting America Public Transit Catchment Areas: Curious Case of Cycle-Transit Users ( ) Bradley Flamm, Temple University; Charles Richard Rivasplata, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Strategic Station Access Planning for Commuter Rail: Balancing Park-and-Ride with Other Modes ( ) Joshua Engel-Yan, Metrolinx, Canada; Malvika Rudra, Ontario Ministry of Transportation, Canada; Christopher Livett and Rebecca Nagorsky, Metrolinx, Canada Are Park-n-Rides Saving the Environment or Just Saving Parking Costs? Case Study of Denver Light-Rail System ( ) Lisa Cynthia Truong and Wesley Marshall, University of Colorado, Denver 244 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 8 Travel Characteristics Past, Present, and Future: Communicating Information Derived from National Household Travel Survey, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 384) Jean-Daniel Maurice Saphores, University of California, Irvine, presiding Sponsored by Task Force on Understanding New Directions for the National Household Travel Survey and Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Processes Committee MON Public Transport Policy and Analysis in Latin America O. P. Agarwal, World Bank, and Nicolas Estupinan, Ministry of Transport, Colombia, presiding Sponsored by Transportation in the Developing Countries Committee Urban Development Around Bus Rapid Transit Stops in Seven Cities in Latin America ( ) Daniel A. Rodriguez and Erik Vergel, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Mexico City s Suburban Land Use and Transit Connection: Effects of Line B Metro Expansion ( ) Erick Guerra, University of Pennsylvania Evaluating Bus Rapid Transit Improvements in Mexico City: How Feasible Is It to Improve a Consolidated System? ( ) Abel Lopez Dodero, CTS EMBARQ Mexico; Paula Manoela Santos da Rocha, EMBARQ Brazil; Jose Juan Hernandez and Aldo Cerezo, CTS EMBARQ Mexico Challenges of Implementing á la Mode Transport Projects: Case Studies of Bus Rapid Transit and Cable Cars in Colombia ( ) Juan Pablo Bocarejo and Juan Miguel Velasquez, Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia From Urban Transport to Urban Mobility: Review of Colombia s National Urban Transport Policy ( ) Dario Hidalgo, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute; Rodrigo Diaz, CTS EMBARQ Mexico 71 Investigation into use of the National Household Travel Survey reveals a wide range of innovative applications of interest to planners, modelers, and researchers. It also points to the need for better communication of the value of this important data set. Part 1 of this two-part session features four of these applications and their visualization tools. A panel of noted NHTS experts discuss this work before engaging the audience in discussion about other applications and visualization strategies. NHTS 2009 Transferability Data Set Theresa Firestine, Jeffery L Memmott, and Peg Young, Bureau of Transportation Statistics National Household Travel Survey and Census Transportation Planning Products: Value of Combining Both for Transportation Applications Liang Long, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.; Elaine Murakami, Federal Highway Administration; Alan E. Pisarski, Consultant Visualizing Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Patterns Using GIS and NHTS 2009 Data Drusilla van Hengel, Alta Planning + Design Using NHTS Data to Support Transportation Agency Disaster Management Capabilities Karl Kim, Pradip Pant, and Eric Yukio Yamashita, University of Hawaii, Manoa Panel Discussion Karl Kim, University of Hawaii, Manoa; Alan E. Pisarski, Consultant; Sarah Chesebro, California Department of Transportation; Jennifer Dill, Portland State University

74 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON 245 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 7 Value of Transportation Infrastructure Janet Oakley, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, presiding Sponsored by Value of Transportation Infrastructure Task Force and Transportation Asset Management Committee Transportation financial challenges increase the importance of the public s better understanding of transportation s role in the economy. TRB has established a new task force to examine the value of transportation infrastructure. This session reviews the topic and the plans for the task force to examine the state of knowledge of transportation asset valuation, current practices in valuation, uses of valuation information, and the adequacy of current data sources for estimating asset value. Valuing Transportation in the Eyes of the U.S. Department of Transportation: Current and Future Needs Patricia S. Hu, Research and Innovative Technology Administration U.S. Transportation Satellite Accounting Efforts to Date Theresa Firestine, Bureau of Transportation Statistics International Context for Valuing Transportation in Other Developed Countries: OECD Task Force Report Jari Kauppila, International Transport Forum, France Value of Transport in the U.S. Economy: Regulatory and Policy Perspectives Francis P. Mulvey, Surface Transportation Board TRB Value of Transportation Task Force Starting Point Summary and Action Plan Paul H. Bingham, CDM Smith 246 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Advances in Pavement Preservation, Pavement Management Systems, and Their Integration Edgardo D. Block, Connecticut Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Pavement Management Systems Committee and Pavement Preservation Committee Use of Rolling Wheel Deflectometer Deflection Data in Pavement Management Systems for Flexible Pavement ( ) - C01 Zhongjie Zhang, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development; Kevin Gaspard, Louisiana Transportation Research Center; Mostafa A. Elseifi, Louisiana State University; Zhong Wu, Louisiana Transportation Research Center Emerging Tools for Use in Pavement Preservation Treatment Selection ( ) - C02 Gonzalo R. Rada, AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc.; Beth Visintine, North Carolina State University, Raleigh; R. Gary Hicks and DingXin Cheng, California State University, Chico; Thomas Van, Federal Highway Administration Development of Simplified Pavement Classification Number Approach for Reporting Rigid Airfield Pavement Bearing Strength ( ) - C04 Yao-Bin Liu, T. Y. Lin International; Ying-Haur Lee, Tamkang University, Taiwan; Hsun-Kuang Chan, T. Y. Lin International; Jyh-Dong Lin, National Central University, Taiwan; Hsiang- Wei Ker, Chihlee Institute of Technology, Taiwan District-Level Decision-Making Tool for Preventive Maintenance Treatment Selection in Virginia ( ) - C05 Akyiaa Makeda Hosten, Virginia Department of Transportation; Gerardo W. Flintsch, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Edgar de León Izeppi, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Kevin Kenneth McGhee, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research Effects of Heat Transfer on Flexible Pavement and Temperature Prediction Model in Taiwan ( ) - C06 Wei-Hsing Huang, Chi-Chou Liao, and Yu-Min Su, National Central University, Taiwan Proposed Methodology for Risk Assessment of Moisture Damage Potential in Flexible Pavements ( ) - C07 Mohammad Nasir Uddin Mia, Theuns F. P. Henning, and Seosamh B. Costello, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Glenn Foster, Transfield Services Ltd. Impact of Upgrading Distress Measurement System on Assessed Pavement Network Condition ( ) - C08 Pedro A. Serigos, Pravat Karki, Zhanmin Zhang, and Jorge A. Prozzi, University of Texas, Austin Life-Cycle Cost of 4.75-mm Nominal Maximum Aggregate Size Thin Overlays: Review and Analysis for Washington State ( ) - C09 Shihui Shen, Pennsylvania State University; Logan D. Cantrell, Washington State University Maintenance and Rehabilitation Project Selection Using Artificial Neural Networks ( ) - C10 Moo Yeon Kim and Maria Burton, University of Texas, Austin Examining Impact of Pavement Rehabilitation Treatment Trigger Values and Annual Rehabilitation Funding on Long- Term Network-Level Pavement Condition: Case Study with Indiana State Urban Road Network ( ) - C11 Menna Noureldin, Jon D. Fricker, and Kumares C. Sinha, Purdue University Bayesian Model for Predicting Performance of Pavements Treated with Thin Hot-Mix Asphalt Overlays ( ) - C12 Litao Liu, Texas Department of Transportation; Nasir G. Gharaibeh, Texas A&M University Subsurface Condition Evaluation of Asphalt Pavement for Pavement Preservation Treatments ( ) - C13 Hyung Jun Ahn, Purdue University; Jusang Lee, Indiana Department of Transportation Risk-Based Life-Cycle Cost Analysis in Preventive Pavement Management: Chinese Highway Case ( ) - C14 Dayong Wu, Texas Tech University; Changwei Yuan, Chang an University, China; Dali Wei, Texas Tech University Aggregating and Modeling Automated Pavement Condition Survey Data for Flexible Pavements for Use in Pavement Management ( ) - C15 Jeremy David Lea, John Harvey, and Ester Tseng, University of California, Davis Aggregating and Modeling Automated Pavement Condition Survey Data for Jointed Concrete and Sensor Data for Use in Pavement Management ( ) - C17 Jeremy David Lea, John Harvey, and Ester Tseng, University of California, Davis 72 72

75 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 247 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Alternative Project Delivery Methods: State of the Practice and Beyond Steven D. DeWitt, Parsons Brinckerhoff, presiding Sponsored by Project Delivery Methods Committee Applying Alternative Technical Concepts to Construction Manager General Contractor Project Delivery ( ) - A02 Douglas D. Gransberg, Iowa State University Indefinite Delivery and Indefinite Quantity Contracting: Case Study Analysis ( ) - A04 Jorge Andres Rueda-Benavides and Douglas D. Gransberg, Iowa State University Fundamentals of Indefinite Delivery and Indefinite Quantity Contracting: Primer for Public Transportation Agencies ( ) - A06 Jorge Andres Rueda-Benavides and Douglas D. Gransberg, Iowa State University Geotechnical Requirements in Design-Build Selection Process ( ) - A08 Douglas D. Gransberg, Iowa State University; Ghada M. Gad, Bowling Green State University Managing Geotechnical Uncertainty Using Design Build Methodology: Case Study ( ) - A10 Carla Lopez del Puerto, Colorado State University; Douglas D. Gransberg, Iowa State University Evaluation of Performance of California Projects Delivered Using Design-Sequencing ( ) - A12 Joseph Dongo, California Deprtment of Transportation; Douglas D. Gransberg, Iowa State University; Ray Tritt, California Department of Transportation Alternative Construction Manager General Contractor Delivery Method for Transportation Projects: Risks and Opportunities ( ) - A14 Daniel Tran, University of Kansas; Keith R. Molenaar, University of Colorado, Boulder Comparative Analysis of New Zealand Alliance Contracting and U.S. Project Delivery Models ( ) - A16 Eric Scheepbouwer, University of Canterbury, New Zealand 248 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Barrier Design and Performance and Crashworthy Sign Support Kristofer D. Kusano, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, presiding Sponsored by Roadside Safety Design Committee Comparison of Crash Test and Simulation of Angle Impact of 2007 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup Truck into W-Beam Transition for MASH Conditions ( ) - C16 Dhafer Marzougui, George Mason University; Cing-Dao (Steve) Kan, George Washington University, Ashburn; Kenneth S. Opiela, Kenneth S. Opiela PLLC Further Considerations for Effective Median Barrier Lateral Placement for Varying Highway Cross Sections ( ) - C18 Dhafer Marzougui, George Mason University; Cing-Dao (Steve) Kan, George Washington University, Ashburn; Kenneth S. Opiela, Kenneth S. Opiela PLLC Method for Modeling Crash Severity with Observable Crash Data ( ) - D05 Malcolm Howard Ray, Christine Carrigan, and Chuck Aldon Plaxico, RoadSafe LLC Development and Compliance Testing of Nonpinned End Treatment for Low-Profile Portable Concrete Barrier ( ) - D06 Michael S. Brackin, William Lynn Beason, and Roger P. Bligh, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Wade Odell, Rory Meza, and Michael Bostic, Texas Department of Transportation Methodology for Systematically Comparing Longitudinal Barrier Performance ( ) - D07 Malcolm Howard Ray and Christine Carrigan, RoadSafe LLC Development of Crashworthy Support System for Large Temporary Guide Signs ( ) - D08 Roger P. Bligh and Dusty Arrington, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Testing and Simulation of Modified Breakaway Cable Terminal Trailing End Termination System ( ) - D09 Cody Steven Stolle, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility; Mario Mongiardini, University of New South Wales, Australia; John D. Reid and Ronald K. Faller, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Design and Full-Scale Testing of California Type 742 TL-5 Bridge Rail on Autopistas 25 Elevated Bridge in Buenos Aires, Argentina ( ) - D10 William Frederick Williams, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Factors Contributing to Cable Median Barrier Penetration ( ) - D11 Cody Steven Stolle, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility Investigating Influence on Safety of Retrofitting Italian Motorways with Barriers Meeting New European Union Standard ( ) - D13 Salvatore Cafiso and Carmelo D Agostino, University of Catania, Italy; Bhagwant Persaud, Ryerson University, Canada 249 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Construction Management: Selected Research Topics Debra R. Brisk, Hennepin County, presiding Sponsored by Construction Management Committee Performance Bond: Cost, Benefit, and Paradox for Public Highway Agencies ( ) - B01 Elizabeth Kraft, Dye Management Group Inc.; Heedae Park and Douglas D. Gransberg, Iowa State University Rational Method to Determine Design Cost Contingency for Consultant-Designed Highway Construction Projects ( ) - B03 Kate Hunter and Douglas D. Gransberg, Iowa State University Selecting a Procurement Procedure for Highway Construction Projects ( ) - B05 Christofer Michael Harper, University of Colorado, Boulder; Daniel Tran, University of Kansas; Timothy McGuire and Keith R. Molenaar, University of Colorado, Boulder Cost-effectiveness Evaluation of Short-Term Performance Warranty Contracts: Case Study of Indiana Pavement Warranty Contracts ( ) - B07 Eleni Bardaka, Zhibo Zhang, Samuel Labi, and Kumares C. Sinha, Purdue University MON 73

76 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 250 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon :30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 MON Recent Developments in Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Construction, Maintenance, and Rehabilitation Roger C. Schmitt, Consultant, presiding Sponsored by Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Construction Committee; Pavement Maintenance Committee; and Pavement Rehabilitation Committee Performance of Concrete Rehabilitation Using Rapid-Setting Calcium Sulfoaluminate Cement at Seattle Tacoma Airport ( ) - B02 Chris Ramseyer, University of Oklahoma; Eric Bescher, University of California, Los Angeles Comparison of Wisconsin s As-Built Pavement Thickness with Design Thickness for Portland Cement Concrete Pavements ( ) - B04 Gary C. Whited, Wei-Yin Loh, and Wenwen Zhang, University of Wisconsin, Madison Construction of Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavement in Fayetteville Shale Play Area ( ) - B06 Stacy Goad Williams, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Concrete Pavement Overlays on US-58 ( ) - B08 Michael M. Sprinkel, Celik Ozyildirim, and Shabbir Hossain, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research; Mohamed Khamis Elfino, Virginia Department of Transportation; Chung-Lung Wu and Affan Habib, Virginia Department of Transportation Performance Analysis of Ultrathin Whitetopping Pavements in Louisiana ( ) - B10 Xingwei Chen, Jeff Lambert, and Zhongjie Zhang, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Optimal Staging Area Locations and Material Recycling Strategies for Sustainable Highway Reconstruction ( ) - B11 Ryan Smith, Eric Charles Ferrebee, Yanfeng Ouyang, and Jeffery R. Roesler, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Rehabilitating Urban Pavements with Concrete: Municipal Case Study ( ) - B12 Aleks Kivi, University of Waterloo, Canada; Susan Louise Tighe, University of Waterloo, Canada; Rico Fung, Cement Association of Canada; Jozef Grajek, City of Toronto, Canada Critical Assessment of Transverse Crack Patterns of Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavements on I-85 and I-20 ( ) - B13 Yichang (James) Tsai, Zhaohua Wang, and Zhengbo Li, Georgia Institute of Technology; Georgene M. Geary and Abdallah Jubran, Georgia Department of Transportation Field Study of Air Content Stability in Slipform Paving Process ( ) - B14 Prashant Ram, Applied Pavement Technology, Inc.; Thomas John Van Dam, Nichols Consulting Engineers Chartered; Lawrence L. Sutter and Gerald Anzalone, Michigan Technological University; Kurt D. Smith, Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. Experimental Evaluation of Consolidation Behavior of Slipform Paving Concrete Materials ( ) - B15 Bo Tian and Sili Li, Ministry of Transport, China; Feng Yin, Inner Mongolia Highway Construction and Development Company, Ltd., China Nondestructive Evaluation of Thickness Variation at MnROAD ( ) - B16 Kyle Hoegh, University of Minnesota; Thomas R. Burnham, Minnesota Department of Transportation; Rita Lederle and Lev Khazanovich, University of Minnesota State Department of Transportation High-Value Research Projects Mark J. Morvant, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, presiding Sponsored by Design and Construction Group and Conduct of Research Committee Accident Risk Analysis Tool - A01 Coco A. Briseno, California Department of Transportation Aging Driver and Pedestrian Safety: Human Factors Studies - A03 James Darryll Dockstader, Florida Department of Transportation Analysis and Methods for Improvement in Safety at High-Speed Rural Intersections - A05 Tommy E. Nantung, Indiana Department of Transportation Best Practices for Implementation of Tack Coat TRP Recommendations - A07 Imad L. Al-Qadi and Khaled Hasiba, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Derek Parish, Illinois Department of Transportation; Alejandro Salinas, Applied Research Associates, Inc. Elimination of Weight Restriction on Amtrak, NJ Transit, and Conrail Lines - A09 Hani H. Nassif and Kaan Ozbay, Rutgers University; Harry Allen Capers, Arora and Associates, PC; Edward S. Kondrath, New Jersey Department of Transportation Evaluation of RapidAir 457 Air Void Analyzer - A11 Linda A. Narigon, Iowa Department of Transportation Identifying Characteristics of High-Risk Intersections for Pedestrians and Cyclists - A13 Cameron Kergaye, Utah Department of Transportation Impact of Nonfreeway Rumble Strips: Phase 1 - A15 Michael Townley, Michigan Department of Transportation Innovative Bicycle Facility Research and Analysis - A17 Mike Goodno and Stephanie Dock, District of Columbia Department of Transportation Louisiana Legislature Acts on Research to Add Axle to Overloaded Sugar Cane Trucks - A18 Aziz Saber, Saber Engineering Services, LLC; William King, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Use of Moisture-Induced Stress Testing to Evaluate Stripping Potential of Hot-Mix Asphalt - A19 Dale Peabody, Maine Department of Transportation; Rajib B. Mallick, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Become an Affiliate! Take advantage of reduced Annual Meeting registration fees and year-round benefits by becoming a TRB Affiliate. 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77 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 252 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Sustainability of Road and Airfield Pavements: Case Studies Filippo Giustozzi, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, presiding Sponsored by Pavement Management Section; Sustainable Pavements Subcommittee; and Pavement Management Systems Committee Transportation agencies and rating systems have increasingly relied on sustainability assessments to analyze the sustainability impacts of road and airfield pavement projects. These assessments generally focus on environmental impacts, but they can include economic and social elements to encompass all three areas of sustainability. There have been great advances in recent years in the methodologies, data, and tools used for sustainability assessments of pavements, highlighted in this session. Implementation of Permeable Pavements to Improve Infrastructure Sustainability: Case Study ( ) - D01 Xue Li and Michael Jelen, AECOM Use of System Dynamics to Understand Long-Term Impact of Climate Change on Pavement Performance and Maintenance Cost ( ) - D02 Rajib B. Mallick and Michael Radzicki, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Jo Sias Daniel and Jennifer Jacobs, University of New Hampshire Impact on Emissions and Energy Consumption of Evolving Pavement Material Practices from 1990 to 2010: Washington State Department of Transportation Case Study ( ) - D03 Stephen T. Muench, University of Washington; Eva Martinez Caraballo, Technical University of Madrid, Spain; Yen-Yu Lin and Sohaib Gutub, University of Washington; Kim A. Willoughby and Jeffrey S. Uhlmeyer, Washington State Department of Transportation Carbon Footprint Cost Index: Measuring the Cost of Airport Pavement Sustainability ( ) - D04 Rachel Mosier, City of Oklahoma City; Dominique Pittenger, University of Oklahoma, Norman; Douglas D. Gransberg, Iowa State University 253 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Work Zone Traffic Control for Safety and Mobility Timothy B. Baughman, Institute for Transportation Research and Education, presiding Sponsored by Work Zone Traffic Control Committee Driver Behavior and Warning Signs in Highway Work Zones ( ) - D14 Sumeet Gupta, Yogender Singh, and Geetam Tiwari, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi Assessment of Effect of Freeway Posted Speed Limit Reduction on Vehicular Delay at Work Zone ( ) - D16 Srinivas Subrahmanyam Pulugurtha and Md. Shah Imran, University of North Carolina, Charlotte Queue Warning and Travel Time Estimation near a Work Zone ( ) - D18 Scott Petersen, Erik Minge, and Chris Iverson, SRF Consulting Group, Inc. Prevention of Backing Fatalities in Construction Work Zones: Recommendations for Texas Department of Transportation ( ) - E01 Wei Fan, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; John Clayton Carroll and Lee Radley, University of Texas, Tyler; Soo Young Choe, Fernanda Leite, Dan Seedah, and Carlos Caldas, University of Texas, Austin Work Zone Deployment of Variable Advisory Speed Limits: Mobility and Safety Evaluation ( ) - E02 Praveen Edara, Carlos Sun, and Yi Hou, University of Missouri, Columbia Impact of Shoulder Use and Capacity Reduction Factors on Highway Work Zone Optimization ( ) - E03 Bo Du and I-Jy Chien, New Jersey Institute of Technology Effectiveness of Work Zone Intelligent Transportation Systems: Evaluation Framework and Case Studies ( ) - E04 Praveen Edara, Andrew Robertson, and Carlos Sun, University of Missouri, Columbia Radio Frequency Identification Based Drivers Smart Assistance System to Enhance Safety and Reduce Emissions in Work Zones ( ) - E05 Fengxiang Qiao, Jing Jia, and Lei Yu, Texas Southern University; Dong Zhai, GeoFields, Inc. Assessment of Impacts of Merge Configuration, Traffic Density, and Distance Between Traffic Signs near Freeway Work Zones on Drivers Response ( ) - E06 Karthy Punniaraj, Mahmoud Shakouri, Fereydoun Aghazadeh, Laura Hughes Ikuma, and Sherif Ishak, Louisiana State University Using Private-Sector Travel Time Data for Project-Level Work Zone Mobility Performance Measurement ( ) - E07 Michael Daniel Fontaine, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research; PilJin Chun, University of Virginia; Benjamin H. Cottrell, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research Design and Construction Impacts to Traffic Control Plan Quality, Consistency, and Safety ( ) - E08 John Anthony Gambatese, Oregon State University; Michael Johnson, Miller Consulting Engineers, Inc. Safety of Characteristic Subsections of Roadwork Sites on Motorways ( ) - E09 Jean Emmanuel Bakaba and Jörg Ortlepp, German Insurance Association Calibration of VISSIM for Freeway Work Zones with Time- Varying Capacity ( ) - E10 Xingan Kan, Hani Ramezani, and Rahim F. Benekohal, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Improved Multiple Regression Model of Freeway Work Zone Capacity Estimation Considering the Combination Effect of Factors ( ) - E11 Da Yang, Xiaoping Qiu, Yangsheng Jiang, Pan Li, and Yun Pu, Southwest Jiaotong University, China Methodology to Analyze Intermittent Queuing Conditions in Work Zones ( ) - E12 Hani Ramezani and Rahim F. Benekohal, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Cost-effectiveness Evaluation of Steady-Burn Warning Lights in Work Zones ( ) - E13 LuAnn Theiss, Michael Paul Pratt, and Gerald L. Ullman, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Stefanie Maxwell, Florida Department of Transportation Work Zones Versus Nonwork Zones: Risk Factors Leading to Rear-End and Sideswipe Collisions ( ) - E14 Claire Edwina Silverstein, Justin Schorr, and Samer Hani Hamdar, George Washington University Driver Eye Reactions to Work Zone Lighting ( ) - E15 Melisa Dayle Finley, Gerald L. Ullman, Jeffrey David Miles, and Michael Paul Pratt, Texas A&M Transportation Institute (continued) MON 75

78 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON Session 253 (continued) Lane Bias Issues in Work Zone Travel Time Measurement and Reporting ( ) - E16 Kathryn Colberg, ARCADIS; Stephanie Zinner, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services; James Anderson, Angshuman Guin, Michael P. Hunter, and Randall Guensler, Georgia lnstitute of Technology; Wonho Suh, Hanyang University, South Korea Measuring Driver Adaptability to Newly Placed Joint Merge Lane Closures ( ) - E17 Pattanun Chanpiwat, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Wakeel I. A. Idewu, Virginia Military Institute Vehicle-Type Specific Headway Distribution in Freeway Work Zone: Nonparametric Approach ( ) - E18 Shangjia Dong, Haizhong Wang, and David S. Hurwitz, Oregon State University; Kevin Heaslip, Utah State University 254 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Freight Data: Collection Methods and Applications for Policy and Infrastructure Decisions Alison J. Conway, City College of New York, presiding Sponsored by Truck Size and Weight Committee Urban Freight Performance Evaluation Using GPS Data ( ) - 03 Xia Yang, Zhanbo Sun, and Xuegang (Jeff) Ban, Jeffrey Wojtowicz, and Jose Holguín-Veras, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Role of Classification Systems in Freight Trip Generation Modeling ( ) - 04 Shama Campbell, Miguel Jaller, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, and Jose Holguín-Veras, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Development and Application of Establishment-Based Freight Survey: Revealing Retail Establishments Characteristics, Goods Ordering, and Delivery Processes for the City of Lisbon, Portugal ( ) - 11 André Romano Alho and João de Abreu e Silva, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal Developing Strategic Goods Movement Network in Peel Region, Canada, Through Innovative Applications of Freight Data and Planning Tools ( ) - 16 David S. Kriger, David Kriger Consultants Inc.; Peter E. Plumeau, Resource Systems Group, Inc.; Daniel C. Murray and David Pierce, American Transportation Research Institute; Sabbir Saiyed, Regional Municipality of Peel, Canada Allocation of Truck-Induced Pavement Damage Cost ( ) - 22 Hao Wang and Jiao Nie, Rutgers University; Shih-Hsien Yang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan Trade-off Analysis Framework for Different Damage Fee Structures for Offsetting Overweight Truck Damage Costs ( ) - 23 Kakan Chandra Dey and Mashrur A. Chowdhury, Clemson University Arizona Ports of Entry Study: Improving Operations Through Targeted Technology and Infrastructure Investments ( ) - 24 Mark Jensen, Roger T. Schiller, and Brandon Rivenburg, Cambridge Systematics, Inc :30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Current Research in Urban Freight Transportation Qian Wang, State University of New York, Buffalo, presiding Sponsored by Urban Freight Transportation Committee This session showcases research efforts that identify strategies and tools for analyzing and managing freight transportation in cities. The presented work covers a variety of topics such as offhour deliveries, real-time traffic information, and travel demand models. Public-Sector Freight Interventions in Metropolitan Areas, II: Pricing, Logistics, and Demand Management ( ) - 01 Jose Holguín-Veras, Johanna Amaya, Miguel Jaller, Xiaokun (Cara) Wang, Jeffrey Wojtowicz, Carlos Alberto Gonzalez- Calderon, and Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Stacey Darville Hodge, New York City Department of Transportation; Michael Browne, University of Westminster, United Kingdom; Suzann Rhodes, CDM Smith; Daniel Gene Haake, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission Receiver-Led Consolidation Programs: Rationale and Potential ( ) - 02 Jose Holguín-Veras and Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Development of Road Freight Demand Model: Testing Methodological Alternatives to Predict Urban Freight Demand from Retail Establishments Characteristics ( ) - 12 André Romano Alho and João de Abreu e Silva, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal Investigation of Freight Delivery Pattern in New York City ( ) - 13 Yiwei Zhou and Xiaokun (Cara) Wang, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Alison J. Conway and Quanquan Chen, City College of New York Geographically Focused Incentives to Foster Off-Hour Deliveries: Theory and Performance ( ) - 14 Jose Holguín-Veras and Felipe Aros-Vera, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Potential of Urban Freight Consolidation for Toronto Central Business District ( ) - 15 Fangzhou Su and Matthew J. Roorda, University of Toronto, Canada Evaluation of New Highway Corridors Considering Urban Freight Movements with Multiagent Learning Model ( ) - 17 Joel Sze Ern Teo, Eiichi Taniguchi, and Ali Gul Qureshi, Kyoto University, Japan Preliminary Investigation of Sustainable Urban Truck Routing Strategies Considering Cargo Weight and Vehicle Speed ( ) - 18 Qin Chen and Jie (Jane) Lin, University of Illinois, Chicago Alternative to O-D Matrix Estimation for Urban Goods Transport Demand Generation ( ) - 25 Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Christian Ambrosini, and Alain Bonnafous, Transport Economics Laboratory, France Modeling and Analyzing Effects of Differentiated Urban Freight Measures: Case Study of Food Retailing Industry ( ) - 26 Stefan Schroeder and Gernot Thorsten Liedtke, University of Karlsruhe, Germany 76 76

79 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 256 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer 258 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Hazardous Materials Transportation Research Papers Richard C. Bornhorst, FAA Office of Security and Hazardous Materials Safety, presiding Sponsored by Transportation of Hazardous Materials Committee Transporting Hazardous Materials ( ) - 20 Lindsay Gabrielle Allen, North Carolina A&T State University Risk Assessment of Hazardous Materials Transportation Routes ( ) - 21 Ashrafur Rahman and Nicholas E. Lownes, University of Connecticut Framework for Impact Analysis of ADR Implementation in Turkey ( ) - 27 Dilay Celebi, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey Methodology to Evaluate Consequences of Hazardous Material Releases from Multiple Tank Cars Involved in Train Accidents ( ) - 28 Jesus Aguilar Serrano, Xiang Liu, and M. Rapik Saat, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Cargo-Specific Air Dispersion and Impact Zone Analysis After Accidental Release of Hazardous Materials ( ) - 29 Bahareh Inanloo, Berrin Tansel, Xia Jin, and Anna Bernardo Bricker, Florida International University 257 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Community Impact Assessment: Methods, Tools, and Outcomes Jamie Montague Fischer, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Teresa Townsend, Planning Communities, LLC, presiding Sponsored by Social and Economic Factors of Transportation Committee Stepping Beyond the Census Data for Community Impact Assessment - J12 Rusty Ennemoser, Florida Department of Transportation; Ruth Roaza, URS Corporation Environmental Justice Roundtable - J14 Kendall Miller, Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization Community Impacts in the Context of Disrupted Networks: Focus on U.S. Mexico Border - J16 Sharada R. Vadali, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Role of Transportation Systems in Shaping Accessibility to SNAP-Accepting Food Retail Locations: Case Study of Leon County, Florida - J18 Brittany Wood and Mark W. Horner, Florida State University Increasing Community Access Through Moderate Transit Stop Consolidation - J20 Nate Wessel and Michael John Widener, University of Cincinnati Environmental Justice Issues P. S. Sriraj, University of Illinois, Chicago, presiding Sponsored by Environmental Justice in Transportation Committee Transportation Dilemmas Facing Low-Income Latinos in Massachusetts ( ) - H01 Elizabeth Williams and Stephanie Pollack, Northeastern University; Ivette C. Luna, Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts; Russell Paul Lopez, Northeastern University Commute Behavior of and Accessibility for Low-Income Workers in New Orleans After Katrina ( ) - H03 Kate Lowe, University of New Orleans Social Equity in Distance-Based Transit Fares ( ) - H05 Steven Farber, Keith Bartholomew, and Xiao Li, University of Utah; Antonio Paez, McMaster University, Canada; Khandker M. Nurul Habib, University of Toronto, Canada Boston at Mid-20th Century: Transportation Expansion, Community Impacts, and Citizen Advocacy ( ) - H07 James Agrippino Aloisi, TriMount Consulting LLC Investigation of Transport-Related Social Exclusion of the At-Risk Community in Toronto, Canada ( ) - H09 Vivian Hui and Khandker M. Nurul Habib, University of Toronto, Canada Smog and Socioeconomics: Evaluation of Equity in Traffic- Related Air Pollution Generation and Exposure ( ) - H11 Timothy M.N. Sider, Marianne Hatzopoulou, Naveen Eluru, Gabriel Goulet-Langlois, and Kevin Manaugh, McGill University, Canada Recommendations for Integrating Priced Facility Preference Questions into Travel Survey to Be Performed by North Central Texas Council of Governments ( ) - H13 Marcia Saffera Robin-Stoute, Texas Southern University Smart Card Implementation and Equity: Chicago Transit Authority s Ventra ( ) - H15 Phil Sung, University of Chicago Who Will Drive Me to Soccer Practice? What Declining Auto Use Rates Mean for Teens ( ) - H17 Kelcie Ralph, University of California, Los Angeles Using Principles of Justice to Assess the Modal Equity of Regional Transportation Plans ( ) - H19 Aaron Golub, Arizona State University; Karel Martens, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands Sweet Auburn and the Downtown Disconnector: How Transportation Infrastructure Shaped Atlanta s Most Renowned African-American Neighborhood ( ) - J02 Stefanie Brodie and Aaron Greenwood, Georgia Institute of Technology Equity and Fairness in Transport Planning: The State of Play ( ) - J04 Sarah Rock and Aoife Ahern, University College Dublin, Ireland; Brian Caulfield, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Rural Communities and Transportation Equity in California s San Joaquin Valley ( ) - J08 Alex Karner and Jonathan London, University of California, Davis Bridging the Digital Divide: Ensuring Information Equity in Social Media ( ) - J10 Kari Edison Watkins and Sarah Windmiller, Georgia Institute of Technology; Katharine M. Hunter-Zaworski, Oregon State University MON 77

80 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON 259 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Paratransit Innovations Luca Quadrifoglio, Texas A&M University, presiding Sponsored by Paratransit Committee When, Where, and How Taxis Are Used in Montreal, Canada ( ) - G01 Nicolas Pele, Ecole Nationale des Travaux Publics de l Etat, France; Catherine Morency, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada ADA Paratransit Public Feedback Tool: Houston METRO Case Study ( ) - G03 Suzie Edrington and Linda K. Cherrington, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Continuum Approximation Modeling of ADA Paratransit Operations in New Jersey ( ) - G04 Mahour Rahimi, Mahyar Amir, and Eric J. Gonzales, Rutgers University Data Envelopment Analysis Model for Urban Taxi Performance Evaluation: Case Study in Harbin, China ( ) - G05 Jian Wang, Zhu Bai, and Xiaowei Hu, Harbin Institute of Technology, China Using System Dynamics to Understand the Safety Problem of a Paratransport Mode ( ) - G06 Oluwasegun Oluyemi Aluko, Ekiti State University, Nigeria Examination of Potential Use of Demand-Responsive Transport Services ( ) - G07 Tim Ryley, Loughborough University, United Kingdom; Peter Stanley, Middleton, United Kingdom; Alberto Zanni, Mohammed A. Quddus, and Marcus Paul Enoch, Loughborough University, United Kingdom Revealing Time-Dependent Customer Searching Strategies by Vacant Taxi Drivers in Road Networks ( ) - H12 Wai Yuen Szeto, R. C. P. Wong, and S. C. Wong, University of Hong Kong; Hai Yang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Optimizing Dial-a-Ride Services in Maryland ( ) - H14 Nikola Markovic, University of Maryland, College Park; Rahul Nair, IBM Research, Ireland; Paul Schonfeld and Elise Miller-Hooks, University of Maryland, College Park; Matthew Mohebbi, IT Curves Microstructure in Transport Markets: Analysis of Detailed Database on New York City Taxicabs ( ) - H16 Cameron Elliott Gordon, University of Canberra, Australia; Michael E. Kress and Jonathan Richard Peters, City University of New York, Staten Island Methodology to Optimize Resource Requirements of a Demand- Responsive Transport System for Persons with Disabilities: Case Study of Flanders ( ) - H18 An Neven, Kris Braekers, Katrien Declercq, Tom Bellemans, Davy Janssens, and Geert Wets, Hasselt University, Belgium Social Aspects of Paratransit Policy Making: Analysis of Paratransit Service Supply and Drivers Life Satisfaction ( ) - H20 Gang Li, Ningbo Urban Planning and Design Institute, China; Junyi Zhang and Akimasa Fujiwara, Hiroshima University, Japan; Xiaobin Zhang and Feng Hong, Ningbo Urban Planning and Design Institute, China; Shujuan Guo, Ningbo University, China 260 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Past Achievements and Future Solutions in Accessible Transportation and Mobility Russell H. Thatcher, TranSystems Corporation, presiding Sponsored by Accessible Transportation and Mobility Committee This session includes research, evidence-based practices, and innovative approaches related to accessible mobility and transportation of people with disabilities and older people. With an opportunity to engage in spirited discussions with the authors, the session is a highlight for veteran and new TRB meeting participants alike. Demographic Characteristics of Modal Choice: Comparative Analysis of Accessibility Trends in Two European Urban Areas - F01 Maria Attard, University of Malta; Cathy Macharis, Free University of Brussels, Belgium Complex Web of Senior Mobility Services ( ) - F03 Rosaria Berliner, University of California, Davis; Erica Swansen, VHB Inc.; Michael A. Knodler, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Steven Tupper, Cape Cod Commission; Deanna Peabody, TrafInfo Communications, Inc.; John Collura, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Mobility Management Analytical Infosharing Systems - F04 Onyinye Akujuo, Staci Haber, and Stanislav Parfenov, New York City Department of Transportation Innovative Operating Strategies for Paratransit Services with Zoning ( ) - F05 Wei Lu, Chung-Wei Shen, and Luca Quadrifoglio, Texas A&M University Role of Public Transport in Addressing Sustainable Mobility for the Elderly Population in Malta - F06 Deborah Misfud, University of Malta Evaluation of Elderly Mobility Based on Transit Card Data in Seoul, South Korea ( ) - F07 Jiyoung Song, University of Science and Technology, South Korea; Jin Ki Eom and Daeseop Moon, Korea Railroad Research Institute Evaluating the State of Mobility Management and Human Service Transportation Coordination - F08 Jeremy Mattson, North Dakota State University Transportation and Mobility of Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Analysis of Barriers to Travel ( ) - F09 Cecelia Feeley, Rutgers University Flexible Transit Route Design to Enhance System Accessibility for Disabled and Senior Passengers ( ) - F10 Shuliang Pan, Shandong University, China; Xianfeng Yang, University of Maryland, College Park; Nan Zou, Shandong University, China; Mark L. Franz, University of Maryland, College Park Planning for Future Successes Among Rural Volunteer Driver Programs: Understanding Local Preferences of Prospective Users and Drivers ( ) - G08 Trevor Hanson, University of New Brunswick, Canada Proposed Surface Roughness Standard for Pathways Used by Wheelchairs ( ) - G09 Jonathan Duvall, Eric Sinagra, Dianna Stuckey, Rory Cooper, and Jon Pearlman, University of Pittsburgh Development and Characterization of Pathway Measurement Tool ( ) - G10 Eric Sinagra, Jonathan Duvall, Rory Cooper, and Dianna Stuckey, University of Pittsburgh; Alex Kortum, Human Engineering Research Laboratories; Jon Pearlman, University of Pittsburgh 78 78

81 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 261 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center 263 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Social and Economic Factors of Transportation Mark W. Horner, Florida State University, presiding Sponsored by Social and Economic Factors of Transportation Committee Public Transit Spatial Mismatch in Los Angeles Suburbs: Sociospatial Distribution of Service Quality, Neighborhood Need, and Labor Force Participation ( ) - J01 Mintesnot G. Woldeamanuel and Kenya Covington, California State University, Northridge Exploring Spatial Variation in Socioeconomic Determinants of Private Car Ownership ( ) - J03 Masoud Ghodrat Abadi and Mohammad Kermanshah, Sharif University of Technology, Iran Population Density and Households Transportation and Housing Cost Trade-offs ( ) - J05 Matthew Palm, Oregon State University; Brian J. Gregor, None; Haizhong Wang and B. Starr McMullen, Oregon State University Vertical Equity in a Transit Network Design Problem Model ( ) - J07 Yun Kyung Bae and Jin-Hyuk Chung, Yonsei University, South Korea; Paulo Rui Anciaes, Consultant Exploring Life Stage and Attitudes as Drivers of Licensing Decline Among Young People ( ) - J11 Alexa Delbosc and Graham Currie, Monash University, Australia Evaluating Spatial and Social Equity Effects of Road Pricing in European Urban Context: Madrid Metropolitan Area, Spain ( ) - J13 Floridea Di Ciommo, Technical University of Madrid, Spain; Karen Lucas, University of Oxford, United Kingdom Using Connectivity for Measuring Equity in Transit Provision ( ) - J15 Dmitrijs Popoks, Sigal Kaplan, and Carlo Giacomo Prato, Technical University of Denmark; Avishai Ceder, University of Auckland, New Zealand HOV-to-HOT Conversion Socioeconomic Assessment: Atlanta I-85 HOV-to-HOT Conversion ( ) - J17 Sara Khoeini and Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology Travel Behavior of the Poor After Welfare Reform ( ) - K02 Evelyn Blumenberg and Trevor Thomas, University of California, Los Angeles 262 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Transportation Issues and Solutions in Major Cities Aimee Jefferson, Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Issues in Major U.S. Cities Committee Best Practices for Transportation Agency Use of Social Media ( ) - K04 Kari Edison Watkins, Georgia Institute of Technology; Susan Bregman, Oak Square Resources, LLC From Hurricanes to Carmageddon: Social Media for Real-Time Communications ( ) - K06 Susan Bregman, Oak Square Resources, LLC; Ned Racine, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Rules of Engagement Using Social Media to Defuse Negative Comments and Turn Critics into Fans ( ) - K08 Susan Bregman, Oak Square Resources, LLC Preventing Carmageddon in San Francisco s Rapidly Densifying Core ( ) - K10 Liz Brisson and Kyle Gebhart, San Francisco County Transportation Authority; Eric Womeldorff, Fehr & Peers; Elizabeth Sall, San Francisco County Transportation Authority Using Online Games in Transport: Grr-Grr-Bike Case Study ( ) - K12 Andrew Nash, GreenCityStreets.com; Peter Purgathofer and Fares Kayali, Vienna University of Technology, Austria Balancing Competing Interests for Curb: Urban Neighborhood in Transition ( ) - K14 Andrea d Amato and Don Kindsvatter, Kleinfelder, Inc.; Steve McLaughlin, Massachusetts Department of Transportation Participatory Paradigms: Promises and Challenges for Urban Transportation ( ) - K16 Derek Doran, Swapna Gokhale, and Karthik Charan Konduri, University of Connecticut 9:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m., Marriott, Exhibit Hall Exhibits Sponsored by Technical Activities Council Plan to visit the nearly 200 exhibits, including the TRB booth, showcasing the many transportation-related products and services. View the floor plan and interactively search for exhibiting organizations on the Mobile App. Between sessions, food concessions are available in the Marriott Atrium. MON Transportation History Martin Wachs, University of California, Los Angeles, presiding Sponsored by Transportation History Committee Origins of Metropolitan Transportation Planning and Urban Stakes of Interstate Highway Funding, ( ) - K18 Cheryl Deutsch, University of California, Irvine When Streetcars Were Racial Tools: Jim Crow Segregation on Philadelphia s Streetcars, ( ) - K20 Geoff Zylstra, New York City College of Technology Continuing Education Credits Nationally recognized Professional Development Hours (PDHs) may be claimed for attending the TRB Annual Meeting. Each hour of participation earns one (1) PDH; attendees must maintain their own records of attendance using the form on page 15. The American Planning Association (APA) program to certify Continuing Maintenance (CM) credits for retaining American Institute of Certified Planners certification (AICP) are available for sessions noted in this Final Program and in the Interactive Program. 79

82 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Maryland B Advances in Materials and Equipment for Winter Maintenance Joe Althouse, Occidental Chemical Corporation, presiding Sponsored by Winter Maintenance Committee :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Delaware A Data Collection and Analysis Methodologies in Support of Maintenance Programming Decisions Mehmet Egemen Ozbek, Colorado State University, presiding Sponsored by Maintenance and Operations Management Committee MON Thermal Aspects of Melting Ice with Deicer Chemicals ( ) Alex Klein-Paste, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Deicing Performance of Road Salt: Modeling and Applications ( ) S. M. Kamal Hossain, Liping Fu, and Chi-Yin Lu, University of Waterloo, Canada Evaluation of Snow and Ice Control Materials for Highway Maintenance Operations: Renewed, Data-Driven Perspective ( ) Xianming Shi, Montana State University, Bozeman; Scott Jungwirth and Michelle Akin, Western Transportation Institute; Ron Wright, Idaho Transportation Department; Laura Fay and David A. Veneziano, Montana State University, Bozeman; Yan Zhang and Jiang Huang, Western Transportation Institute; Zhirui Ye, Southeast University, China Investigation of Design Alternatives for Hydronic Snow Melting Pavement System in China ( ) Hui-ning Xu and Yi-qiu Tan, Harbin Institute of Technology, China; Jeffrey D. Spitler, Oklahoma State University :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Maryland C Apples or Oranges? Establishing Shared Vocabulary from Research Through Clinical Practice to Driver Licensing Anne Dickerson, East Carolina University, presiding Sponsored by Safe Mobility of Older Persons Committee Foundation for Discussing and Determining Driver Competence John Joyce, TransAnalytics, LCC; Elin Schold Davis, American Occupational Therapy Association; Germaine L. Odenheimer, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine; Lesley A. Ross, University of Alabama, Birmingham :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Virginia B Approaches to Estimating Drugged Driving s Contribution to Crash Risk Terry Zobeck, Office of National Drug Control Policy, presiding Sponsored by Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Transportation Committee Considerations for Effective LiDAR Deployment by Transportation Agencies ( ) Jeffrey C. Chang, Daniel J. Findley, Christopher M. Cunningham, and Mary Kaitlyn Tsai, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Underdrain Asset Rating, Asset Management, and Maintenance: Postconstruction Case Study ( ) Alexander Michael Hainen, Stephen Matthew Remias, Richard Freije, W. Benjamin Smith, Hayley Summers, and Darcy M. Bullock, Purdue University Maintenance Life-Cycle Cost Analysis Findings and Recommendations ( ) Rob Zilay and Jonathan Fisher, Dye Management Group Inc. Transition to Needs-Based Funding Allocation Model in North Carolina Using Condition Data Jennifer Brandenburg, North Carolina Department of Transportation :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Delaware B Design and Performance of Transportation Earthworks Norman D. Dennis, University of Arkansas, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Earthworks Committee Evaluation of AASHTO Default Values for Pullout Friction Factor, F*, for Steel Grid Mat Reinforcement ( ) William D. Lawson, Priyantha Warnasuriya Jayawickrama, Timothy A. Wood, and James Surles, Texas Tech University Evaluation of Design Assumptions for Structural Backfill of Abutments and Retaining Walls ( ) Brian Gomez, Mandar M. Dewoolkar, and John Lens, University of Vermont; Christopher Benda, Vermont Agency of Transportation Long-Term Performance of Expanded Clay and Shale as Embankment Fill ( ) Anand J. Puppala, University of Texas, Arlington; Sireesh Saride, Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad; Raja V Yenigalla, University of Texas, Arlington; Bhaskar Chittoori, Boise State University Application of Intelligent Compaction Technique in Real- Time Evaluation of Compaction Level During Construction of Subgrade ( ) Manik Barman, Moeen Nazari, Syed Asif Imran, and Sesh Commuri, and Musharraf Zaman, Oklahoma University Alcohol-Related Fatal Crashes: Risk for Drivers with Previous DWI ( ) Eduardo Romano, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation; Pedro Torres-Saavedra, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez; Robert Bruce Voas and John H. Lacey, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Classical Case Control Study of Relative Drug Crash Risk Richard P. Compton, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Comparison of Drug Risk Case Control Studies, Methods, Results, and Implications Barry K. Logan, NMS Labs Mobile Devices As a courtesy to other attendees, please observe good mobile manners. Turn off the sound on your mobile devices

83 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall East Innovations You Can Deploy Now: High-Value Research Results Harold R. Paul, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, presiding Sponsored by Conduct of Research Committee; Technology Transfer Committee; and Technical Activities Council :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall West Managing Traffic on Freeways, Part 2: What Should We Consider Pursuing? (Part 1, Session 222) Leslie N. Jacobson, Parsons Brinckerhoff, presiding Sponsored by Freeway Operations Committee; Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations Committee; Managed Lanes Committee; and Active Traffic Management Joint Subcommittee This joint session with the AASHTO Research Advisory Committee showcases some of the nation s best high-value research. See how roller-compacted concrete pavement can be used for rapid, low-cost rehabilitation with big cost savings; how variable speed limit signs are effective at reducing traffic speeds and result in fewer crashes; how design build contracting can expedite project delivery; and how comprehensive energy management can significantly reduce costs and environmental impacts. Design, Construction, and Monitoring of Roller- Compacted Concrete Pavement: Rapid Low-Cost Rehabilitation Sarah Tamayo, Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department Variable Speed Limit System for I-80 Corridor in Wyoming: Improving Safety on Roadways in Adverse Conditions Vince Garcia, Wyoming Department of Transportation Assessing When Design Build Contracting Is Most Effective: Expediting Project Delivery and Reducing Costs Darryl VanMeter, Georgia Department of Transportation Energy Management Program: Achieving Significant Energy Savings David L. Huft, South Dakota Department of Transportation Audience and Panel Q&A Agencies realize that managing and controlling traffic on freeways is crucial to improving their safety and operation. The practice of freeway operations continues to evolve with the development and deployment of ITS technologies, operational and demand management strategies, control plans, and traveler information. This two-part session highlights 50 years of successful practices and innovative opportunities agencies should consider to improve the safety and operation of freeways. Integrated Corridor Traffic Management: Improving the Operation of Key Corridors in Virginia Using Vehicle Automation on Freeways Paul Szatkowski, Virginia Department of Transportation Capturing and Using Big Data to Manage Traffic Timothy J. Lomax, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Using Automation and Technologies to Manage Traffic Joseph I. Peters, Federal Highway Administration :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South MAP-21 Digital Project Delivery: Construction Projects Wiley Cunagin, Atkins, presiding Sponsored by Application of Emerging Technologies to Design and Construction Committee; Construction Management Committee; Project Delivery Methods Committee; Management of Quality Assurance Committee; and Utilities Committee MON :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Maryland A Insurance Basics for Transportation Professionals Robert J. Shea, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Tort Liability and Risk Management Committee and Contract Law Committee Insurance Basics for Transportation Professionals Kevin L. Coen, Liberty Mutual Insurance; Eric M. Kerness, Kerness Consulting; Christine Ryan, Nossaman Guthner Knox Elliott LLP Dulles Metrorail Project: Applied Survey Data Collection, Inspection, and AMG for Construction by Bechtel Joseph Betit, Bechtel Construction Operations Methods and Standards Used for Three-Dimensional Construction Involving Kiewit Projects Jay Vose, Kiewit Corporation Three-Dimensional Construction Inspection for Construction Involving Delcan and State Department of Transportation Projects David R. Brown, Delcan Corporation Iowa DOT Experience with Machine Control Digital Data Michael J. Kennedy, Iowa Department of Transportation Visit the Exhibits to see a variety of transportation-related products and services showcased by commercial organizations and TRB Sponsors; for Exhibitor Listings and Floor Plans, see pages

84 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall North HOT TOPIC :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Salon 3 MON Using National Performance Measures for Assessing Pavement and Bridge Condition: Roundtable Discussion Francine Shaw Whitson, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Operations and Preservation Group and Design and Construction Group This session will be structured as a town hall meeting on implementation issues concerning performance measures for assessing pavement and bridge condition, such as data collection and reporting requirements, target setting, performance plans, and other issues identified by stakeholders. During the meeting, U.S. DOT staff will be available to answer questions from the audience. Panel Discussion Peter J. Stephanos, Francine Shaw Whitson, Thomas Van, Everett Matias, and Christopher Chang, Federal Highway Administration :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Virginia A Public Release of Long-Term Pavement Performance InfoPave Yan Jiang, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) Committee Introduction to LTPP InfoPave Riaz Ahmad, iengineering Corporation Simplifying LTPP Database Through Classification and Expansion Jerome F. Daleiden, Fugro Consultants, Inc. Using LTPP InfoPave to Obtain Data for Analysis Shelley M. Stoffels, Pennsylvania State University :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Salon 1 Reclaimed Asphalt Shingles in Asphalt Mixtures Elie Y. Hajj, University of Nevada, Reno, presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Nonasphalt Components of Asphalt Paving Mixtures Committee Investigating the Rejuvenating Effect of Biobinder on Recycled Asphalt Shingles ( ) Daniel Joshua Oldham, Elham H. Fini, and Taher Abu-Lebdeh, North Carolina A&T State University Performance Evaluation of Hot-Mix Asphalt Containing Recycled Asphalt Shingles in Washington State ( ) Shenghua Wu, Kun Zhang, and Haifang Wen, Washington State University; Joe DeVol, Washington State Department of Transportation; Kevin Kelsey, King County Road Service Department Laboratory Performance of Asphalt Mixtures Containing Recycled Asphalt Shingles ( ) Samuel Cooper, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development; Louay N. Mohammad and Mostafa A. Elseifi, Louisiana State University Quantification of Asphalt Binder Replacement Effectiveness Using Recycled Shingles Through Fine Asphalt Mixture Level Testing ( ) Ahmad Kanaan, Hasan Ozer, and Imad L. Al-Qadi, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Rethinking the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices Paul J. Carlson, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Control Devices Committee Streamlining the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices ( ) Jonathan Upchurch, Consultant Database-Driven Implementation for Future Editions of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices ( ) Scott O. Kuznicki, Modern Traffic Consultants NHCRP: Strategic MUTCD Planning H. Gene Hawkins, Texas A&M University Expert User Panel Discussion FHWA s plans for the MUTCD Chung Eng, Federal Highway Administration :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Empire Accelerated Pavement Testing, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 225) Daba Shabara Gedafa, University of North Dakota, presiding Sponsored by Full-Scale Accelerated Pavement Testing Committee Prediction of Rutting Performance Using Laboratory Measured and Strain Gauge Backcalculated Asphalt Concrete Stiffnesses ( ) Erdem Coleri and John Harvey, University of California, Davis Developing Rutting Prediction Model of Asphalt Pavement Using Accelerated Loading Facility ( ) Xiaoping Ji and Nanxiang Zheng, Chang an University, China; Dong Xu, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Yueqin Hou, Chang an University, China Evaluation of Permanent Deformation Model for Asphalt Concrete Mixtures Using Wheel Tracking and Heavy Vehicle Simulator Tests ( ) Abubeker Worake Ahmed and Sigurdur Erlingsson, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute Accelerated Load Testing of Geosynthetic-Reinforced and Stabilized Unpaved Roads Built over Native Soft Soil ( ) Xiaochao Tang, Widener University; Murad Yusuf Abu- Farsakh, Shadi Hanandeh, and Qiming Chen, Louisiana State University 278 CM I :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Congressional Alternative Jet Fuels: Challenges and Opportunities Bruno Miller, Metron Aviation, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Environmental Impacts of Aviation Committee and Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies Committee Update on Recent Progress Toward Commercialization Steve J. Csonka, Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative Commercializing Alternative Jet Fuels: Challenges and Opportunities Damian Blazy, Oliver Wyman Development of Alternative Jet Fuels in Latin America and the Caribbean Arnaldo Vieira de Carvalho, Inter-American Development Bank Leveraging Interdisciplinary Feedback to Accelerate Alternative Jet Fuel Deployment Richard Simmons, Purdue University 82 82

85 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Executive :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Blue Room HOT TOPIC Broken Rail Prevention and Rail Flaw Assessment Dwight W. Clark, Union Pacific Railroad; Gary Carr, Federal Railroad Administration; and Brad Kerchof, Norfolk Southern Railway, presiding Sponsored by Railway Maintenance Committee Development of Technology-Driven Solutions to Improve Safety Semih F. Kalay, Transportation Technology Center, Inc. Optimization of Frequency of Rail Defect Inspection to Reduce Risk of Transporting Hazardous Materials by Railroad ( ) Xiang Liu, C. Tyler Dick, M. Rapik Saat, and Christopher P. L. Barkan, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Rail Flaw Assessment on Union Pacific Railroad Andrew T. Bokenkamp, Union Pacific Railroad Rail Flaw Assessment on Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company David Shepard, BNSF Railway Company :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Regency Ballroom HOT TOPIC Freight Transportation Disaster Preparation and Response, Part 1: Multimodal Response to Port Disruptions from Superstorm Sandy (Part 2, Session 349) Anne Strauss-Wieder, A. Strauss-Wieder, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Logistics of Disaster Response and Business Continuity Task Force Port of New York and New Jersey Experience with Superstorm Sandy Bethann Rooney, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Virginia Port Authority Experience with Superstorm Sandy Rodney Oliver, Virginia Port Authority Arranging Freight Rail Shuttles to Assist in Handling Diverted Containers: CSX Experience with Superstorm Sandy Vance Bennett, CSX Transportation, Inc. Motor Carrier Perspective on Post-Sandy Business Continuity Thomas Connery, New England Motor Freight :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Ambassador MON There s an App for That: Changing the Face of Urban Mobility Beth Osborne, U.S. Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by TRB Executive Committee In this session developed jointly by the U.S. Department of Transportation, ITS America, and TRB, representatives from the public and private sectors discuss how mobile device applications are transforming transportation by providing open-source data at the touch of a button. Panelists will highlight apps that access parking, traffic, carshare, and bikeshare data in addition to discussing the value of investing in transportation technology applications. Presentations will be followed by audience Q&A and discussion. Panelists Scott Kubly, Chicago Department of Transportation; Chris Thomas, Fontinalis Partners, LLC; Kurt Buecheler, Streetline; Cherie Fuzzell, Parkmobile :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Diplomat Evolving North American Ports of Entry: Innovation on 20th Anniversary of North American Free Trade Agreement Juan Carlos Villa, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by International Trade and Transportation Committee and Intermodal Freight Terminal Design and Operations Committee Where We Are Now: Twenty Years of Trade Under NAFTA Christopher Wilson, Woodrow Wilson Center Measuring Border Wait Time Along Texas Mexico Border Esther Hitzfelder, Texas Department of Transportation Beyond the Border: Update on Border Wait Time Measurement Technology at the U.S. Canada Border Julie Irvine, Transport Canada Innovative Ideas for Making Border Traffic More Efficient: The U.S. Mexico Experience Jose San Martin, Secretariat of Communications and Transportation, Mexico Facilitating Cross-Border Trade Through the Implementation of Public Private Partnerships: CPB Pilot Project in El Paso, Texas Rolando Pablos, Borderplex Alliance 83 Pavement Roughness Evaluation: New Technology Brian Walter Ferne, Transport Research Laboratory, United Kingdom, presiding Sponsored by Pavement Monitoring and Evaluation Committee Comparative Testing of Lasers for Ride Quality Measurement on HMA Pavements ( ) Emmanuel G. Fernando, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Roger S. Walker, University of Texas, Arlington; Magdy Mikhail, Texas Department of Transportation Lifting Wavelet Transform for Distress Identification Using Response-Type Profilers ( ) Kazuya Tomiyama and Akira Kawamura, Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan; Tomonori Ohiro, Nexco-Engineering Hokkaido. Japan Measurement of Pavement Roughness Using Android-Based Smartphone Application ( ) Shahidul Islam and William G. Buttlar, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Roberto G. Aldunate and William R. Vavrik, Applied Research Associates, Inc. Use of Probe Vehicles to Measure Road Ride Quality ( ) Samer Wehbe Katicha, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Gerardo W. Flintsch, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Luis Guillermo Fuentes, Universidad del Norte, Colombia Have Comments? Your suggestions and comments help us improve TRB products and services. Send comments about this meeting and ideas for future TRB meetings to

86 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Palladian Railroads Realizing the NAFTA Promise Libby Ogard, Prime Focus LLC, presiding Sponsored by Freight Rail Transportation Committee 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). This session will highlight the strides rail carriers have made in congestion reduction and efficiency. It will explore the investments North American rail carriers have made as well as innovative collaborations shippers have developed to create seamless NAFTA networks. Railroad Networks, Innovations, and Supply Chain Initiatives Keith Reardon, Canadian National Railway Company Connecting Mexico, Near Shoring, and Corridor Connections Patrick Ottensmeyer, Kansas City Southern Railway Collaboration, Teamwork, and Thinking Outside the Box Michelle VanderMeer, Whirlpool Corporation Partnering for Efficiency, Maximizing Cube and Weight Configurations Mark Widner, Mohawk Industries/Dal-Tile 285 CM I :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Hampton Reorienting Aviation System Planning: It s Not Just for Facility Planners Anymore Roger P. Moog, Aviation Council of Pennsylvania, presiding Sponsored by Aviation System Planning Committee and Intergovernmental Relations in Aviation Committee What s Working in Current Aviation System Planning? Pamela S. Keidel-Adams, Kimley-Horn & Associates, Inc. Prioritizing Projects Emerging from Aviation System Plans by Using Return-on-Investment Analysis Steven Richard Landau, Economic Development Research Group Innovating State Aviation System Planning in the New Normal Mihir P. Shah, South Carolina Aeronautics Commission Developing and Implementing Aviation System Planning in a Dynamic Environment Susan Warner-Dooley, HNTB Corporation :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, International West Celebrating AASHTO s Centennial Alan E. Pisarski, Consultant, presiding Sponsored by Transportation History Committee Reflections on a Period of Transition Francis B. Francois, Consultant; David J. Hensing, Science Applications International Corporation Perspectives from a Former AASHTO Executive Director John C. Horsley, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Views from a Former Federal Official Mary E. Peters, Consultant Views from a Former State Official and AASHTO President Susan Martinovich, CH2M Hill Historical Perspectives Bruce Seely, University of Michigan Moving Toward the Future Frederick G. Wright, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Jefferson East Current Research: Bus System Operations, Tools, and Technology Chun-Hung Peter Chen, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, presiding Sponsored by Bus Transit Systems Committee User Behavior in Multiroute Bus Corridors: Analysis via Web- Based Survey ( ) Cecilia Ann Viggiano, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Haris N. Koutsopoulos, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; John Attanucci, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Bus Dwell Time Modeling Using Decision Tree Based Methods ( ) Soroush Rashidi, Prakash Ranjitkar, and Yuval Hadas, University of Auckland, New Zealand Operational Comparison of Transit Signal Priority Strategies ( ) Adriana Milena Rodriguez, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Alan Robert Danaher, PB Americas, Inc. Quantifying the Effects of Modal Conflicts on Transit Reliability ( ) Timothy Wickland and Elizabeth Sall, San Francisco County Transportation Authority Audience Etiquette Please observe the following points of meeting etiquette: Make sure the sound on all cell phones, beepers, and signal watches is turned off. Keep the meeting room doorways clear. Find seating as far forward as possible. Place materials under chairs to maximize seating capacity. Locate seating instead of standing in aisles or against walls. Take it easy with the atomizer many people are highly allergic to perfume and cologne. Thank you for your cooperation! 84 84

87 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Lincoln East e-books and Transportation: Familiar Technology in a New Setting Roberto A. Sarmiento, Northwestern University, presiding Sponsored by Library and Information Science for Transportation Committee People perusing e-books on mobile devices are a routine sight, but what will it take to have transportation handbooks, manuals, and other resources delivered as e-books? Are e-books destined for professional applications or will they remain a platform for best sellers? Join this session to explore the overall climate for e-books, how presenting professional content differs from that for popular literature, and how agency libraries can make these resources available to employees. Evaluating the EBSCOhost ebook Lending Platform for Employees Using Personal Reading Devices: Results of a Database Trial and User-Satisfaction Survey Conducted by Virginia Department of Transportation Research Library ( ) Kenneth A. Winter, Virginia Department of Transportation ebooks: A Publisher s Perspective Chris Pringle, Elsevier Ltd. Managing ebooks at the Institutional Level: An Introduction Roberto A. Sarmiento, Northwestern University 289 CM I :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Jefferson West Emerging Topics in Ecology and Transportation Bethaney Bacher-Gresock, Federal Highway Administration, and Bridget Donaldson, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research, presiding Sponsored by Ecology and Transportation Committee Information and Communication Technologies and Travel: Adoption, Attitudes, Perceptions, and Behavioral Change Peeter Kivestu, Teradata, presiding Sponsored by Effects of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on Travel Choices Committee The Digitally Connected Traveler: Measuring the Growing Use of Electronic Devices on Intercity Buses, Planes, and Trains, ( ) Joseph P. Schwieterman and Alyssa Battaglia, DePaul University Modeling the Impacts of ICTs and Virtual Activities on Individuals Attitudes Toward Joint Out-of-Home Activity Participation with Household Members ( ) Ahmed Ibrahem Mosa, German University in Cairo, Egypt Mental Representations of Activity-Travel Decisions: Impact of Online Alternatives ( ) Oliver Horeni and Theo A. Arentze, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands; Benedict G. C. Dellaert, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands; Harry J. P. Timmermans, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands Nudging Active Travel: Framework for Behavioral Interventions Using Mobile Technology ( ) Jinhua Zhao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Timothy Baird, University of British Columbia, Canada :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 6 HOT TOPIC Modeling Data Scott Smith, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, and Liza R. Amar, CDM Smith, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Planning Applications Committee MON Habitat Conservation Plans: Preserving Endangered Species and Delivering Transportation Projects ( ) Jaimee Lederman and Martin Wachs, University of California, Los Angeles GIS Models for Strategically Locating Wildlife Crossing Structures in Road Networks ( ) Joni A. Downs, University of South Florida; Mark W. Horner, Florida State University; James H. Anderson, Rebecca Loraamm, and Hyun Kim, University of South Florida; Dave Onorato, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Valuation and Crediting Approach for Transportation and Metropolitan Planning Agencies ( ) James Scott Kagan, Oregon State University; Fraser Mark Shilling, University of California, Davis; Lisa Gaines, Oregon State University Development of Tour-Based Truck Travel Demand Model Using Truck GPS Data ( ) Arun R. Kuppam, Jason Lemp, and Daniel F. Beagan, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.; Vladimir Livshits, Lavanya Vallabhaneni, and Sreevatsa Nippani, Maricopa Association of Governments Creating CountDracula: Open Source Count Management Tool ( ) Daniel Tischler, Lisa Zorn, and Elizabeth Sall, San Francisco County Transportation Authority Validation of Origin Destination Data from Bluetooth Reidentification and Aerial Observation ( ) Madhav V. Chitturi and John Shaw, University of Wisconsin, Madison; John R. Campbell, Traffic Analysis & Design, Inc.; David A. Noyce, University of Wisconsin, Madison Modeling Cyclists Route Choice Based on GPS Data ( ) Jeffrey Casello, University of Waterloo, Canada; Vladimir Usyukov, University of Waterloo Reconciliation of Regional Travel Model and Passive Device Tracking Data ( ) Leta F. Huntsinger and Rick Donnelly, Parsons #TRBAM Transportation Research Board 85

88 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 292 CM I :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Georgetown West :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Lincoln West HOT TOPIC Planning Transit-Supportive Communities: Experience and Tools Brendon Hemily, Hemily and Associates, presiding Sponsored by Public Transportation Planning and Development Committee Time Prediction and Data Quality Michael Daniel Fontaine, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research, presiding Sponsored by Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee and Highway Traffic Monitoring Committee MON Success Factors for Public Transport: Role of Green Communities ( ) Claus Doll, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany; Peter Freckmann, Hochschule Karlsruhe, Germany; Lucia Mejia-Dorantes and Timur Shaykutdinov, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany Evaluating Travel Plan Quality for New Developments: Methodology and Case Study from Victoria, Australia ( ) Chris De Gruyter, Geoffrey Rose, and Graham Currie, Monash University, Australia Quantifying Transportation Benefits of Transit-Oriented Development in New Jersey ( ) Sandeep Mudigonda, Kaan Ozbay, and Ozgur Ozturk, Rutgers University; Shrisan Iyer, New York City Transit Authority; Robert B. Noland, Rutgers University Special Assessment District s Ability to Fund Transit: Lessons from Project-Level Analysis ( ) Shishir Mathur, San Jose State University :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Georgetown East Practitioners Tales: Recent Experiences with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and Section 4(f) of the Department of Transportation Act of 1966 Lowell M. Rothschild, Bracewell & Giuliani LLP, presiding Sponsored by Environmental Issues in Transportation Law Committee Panel Discussion Elizabeth S. Merritt, National Trust for Historic Preservation; Robert D. Thornton, Nossaman LLP; Lowell M. Rothschild, Bracewell & Giuliani LLP; Lawrence Spurgeon, Parsons Brinkerhoff :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, International East Tapping into International Expertise for Research Development, Governance, and Administration O. Elrahman, New York State Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by International Activities Committee; Transportation Policy Section; and Conduct of Research Committee International Research on Governance and Harmonization of Procedures: A Way Forward Georgios Giannopoulos, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Greece Re-visioning a Research Organization: Case Study Hélène Jacquot-Guimbal, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks Performance Measurement of Korea s Transportation Research and Development Program Young-Jun Moon, Korea Transport Institute; Yongseog Kim, Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport This session covers recent research in travel time data. Methods to estimate travel times from point detectors, predict arterial travel times, filter data outliers, and assess data quality of travel time data streams are reviewed. Hybrid Model for Motorway Travel Time Estimation: Considering Increased Detector Spacing ( ) Ashish Bhaskar, Ming Qu, and Edward Chung, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Real-Time Prediction of Arterial Roadway Travel Times Using Data Collected by Bluetooth Detectors ( ) Soroush Salek Moghaddam and Bruce Hellinga, University of Waterloo, Canada Algorithm for Detecting Outliers in Bluetooth Data in Real Time ( ) Soroush Salek Moghaddam and Bruce Hellinga, University of Waterloo, Canada How Much GPS Data Do We Need? ( ) Anthony D. Patire and Matthew Wright, Partners for Advanced Transit and Highways; Boris Prodhomme, Smart AdServer, France; Alexandre Bayen, University of California, Berkeley :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 8 Traffic Data Inputs for Pavement Design and Damage Cost Estimates Anne-Marie H. McDonnell, Connecticut Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Highway Traffic Monitoring Committee; Pavement Management Systems Committee; and Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee Approaches to Relate Cumulative Traffic Loading to Performance for Pavements Designed Using MEPDG ( ) Danny X. Xiao and Zhong Wu, Louisiana Transportation Research Center; Zhongjie Zhang, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development; William H. Temple, Concrete and Aggregates Association of Louisiana Effect of Traffic Load Input Level on MEPDG Flexible Pavement Performance Predictions ( ) Ala Rebhi Abbas and Andrew Frankhouser, University of Akron; A. Thomas Papagiannakis, University of Texas, San Antonio Investigation of ESALs Versus Load Spectra for Rigid Pavement Design ( ) Amanda Bordelon, University of Utah; Jacob E. Hiller, Michigan Technological University; Jeffery R. Roesler, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Victor G. Cervantes, Naval Facilities Engineering Command s Engineering Service Center Estimation of Pavement Damage Costs Caused by Heavy Vehicles Using Finite Element Analysis and MEPDG Distress Model ( ) Qiao Dong, Baoshan Huang, Xiang Shu, and Changjun Zhou, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; James Maxwell, Tennessee Department of Transportation 86 86

89 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 5 Traffic Safety and Traffic Management in Developing Countries Yanyan Chen, Beijing University of Technology, China, and Yulin Jiang, China Academy of Transportation Sciences, presiding Sponsored by Transportation in the Developing Countries Committee :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Concrete Properties: Research on Concrete Used in Bridge Applications Tara Cavalline, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, presiding Sponsored by Properties of Concrete Committee This session presents research on accessibility and medical services, traffic management and safety assessment, and analytical tools derived from experience in Asian cities. Influence of Accessibility for Emergency Medical Services on Fatality Rate in Hokkaido, Japan ( ) Toru Hagiwara, Hokkaido University, Japan; Masayuki Hirasawa, Civil Engineering Research Institute for Cold Region, Japan; Yusuke Noda, Hokkaido University, Japan; Hisaya Hara, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism, Japan Automatic Freeway Incident Detection for Developing Countries ( ) Manouchehr Vaziri, Sharif University of Technology, Iran; Ali Asadabadi, University of Maryland, College Park Development of Safety Assessment Tool for Long-Span Bridges: Case Study of Sutong Bridge in China ( ) Linjun Luke Lu and Chen Wang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China Analysis of Traffic Injury Severity in Dhaka, Bangladesh ( ) Md. Kamruzzaman, Md. Mazharul Haque, and Simon Washington, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Application of Distance Decay to Investigate Bicycle Trip Lengths in Small-Sized Indian Cities ( ) Bandhan Bandhu Majumdar and Sudeshna Mitra, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Case Studies on Mechanical and Environmental Evaluation of Recycled Materials Used in Transportation Applications Burak Fevzi Tanyu, George Mason University, presiding Sponsored by Physicochemical and Biological Processes in Soils Committee Evaluation of Swelling Potential and ph of Coated Steel Slag ( ) - B04 Asli Dayioglu and Ahmet H. Aydilek, University of Maryland, College Park; Bora Cetin, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Evaluation of Air-Foam-Stabilized Soil from Dredged Soil Waste as Subgrade Layer ( ) - B06 Dae-Wook Park and Hai Viet Vo, Kunsan National University, South Korea Shrinkage Behavior of High-Performance Concrete Cured Using Heat Blanket ( ) - B14 Jonathan Eagelton, Hani H. Nassif, and Chaekuk Na, Rutgers University Investigation of Longitudinal Cracking in Concrete Repair Sections Adjacent to Bridge Deck Expansion Joints ( ) - B15 Jared Robert Wright, Farshad Rajabipour, Jeffrey A. Laman, and Aleksandra Radlinska, Pennsylvania State University; Danielle Lombardi, Whitman, Requardt & Associates, LLP; Dennis A. Morian, Quality Engineering Solutions, Inc. Effect of Fiber Alignment on Mechanical Properties of Ultra- High-Performance Concrete: Forensic Analysis ( ) - B16 Charles Kennan Crane, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center; Kimberly E. Kurtis and Lawrence F. Kahn, Georgia Institute of Technology Supervised Computer-Vision-Based Sensing of Concrete Bridges for Crack Detection and Assessment ( ) - B17 Paden Rose, Bryant Aaron, Dan Tamir, Lucy Lu, Jiong Hu, and Hongchi Shi, Texas State University Development, Field Testing, and Implementation of Improved Bridge Parapet Designs ( ) - B18 Amy Kalabon, Lauren Hedges, and Norbert Joseph Delatte, Cleveland State University :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Correlation of Soil Properties and Evaluation of Unknown Foundations for Bridges Mahdi Khalilzad, GEOCOMP Corporation, presiding Sponsored by Soil and Rock Properties Committee Evaluation of Unknown Foundations for Bridges Subjected to Scour ( ) - B08 Negin Yousefpour, Zenon Medina-Cetina, and Jean-Louis Briaud, Texas A&M University Correlation of Standard Penetration Test and Cone Penetration Test for Cohesive Soils in Indiana ( ) - B10 Daehyeon Kim, Chosun University, South Korea Bayesian Approach for Statistical Characterization of Soil Variability Using Standard Penetration Test Data ( ) - B12 Haijian Fan and Robert Liang, University of Akron; Hanlong Liu, Hohai University, China MON Download the 94th Annual Meeting Mobile App on your mobile device. (Internet to download is available in the hotel lobby.) Search the App Store for TRB 2014 or visit 87

90 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Emerging Technologies and Advances in Concrete and Cementitious Materials Paul J. Tikalsky, Oklahoma State University, presiding Sponsored by Basic Research and Emerging Technologies Related To Concrete Committee and Concrete Materials Section :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 From Investigation to Design: Ways to Make the Right Choice at the Right Time Brent A. Black, Landslide Technology, presiding Sponsored by Engineering Geology Committee and Exploration and Classification of Earth Materials Committee MON Environmental Impact of Concrete Pavement Construction Based on Life-Cycle Assessment ( ) - D02 Yan Deng, Cornell University Volume Stability and Cracking Potential of Prebagged, Cement- Based Nonshrink Grouts for Field-Cast Connections ( ) - D04 Carmelo Di Bella, SES Group & Associates, LLC; Benjamin A. Graybeal, Federal Highway Administration Rational Mixture Design for Pavement Concrete ( ) - D08 Md. Sarwar Siddiqui, University of Texas, Austin; Marc Rached, Ghafari Associates; David W. Fowler, University of Texas, Austin Automated Groove Identification and Measurement for Next-Generation Concrete Surface Using Three-Dimensional Pavement Data at 1-mm Resolution ( ) - D10 Kelvin C. P. Wang, Oklahoma State University; Lin Li, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Qiang Li, Oklahoma State University; Larry A. Scofield, Mesa, Arizona; Paul J. Tikalsky, Oklahoma State University Alkali-Activated Cement-Free Concrete: Development of Practical Mixtures for Construction ( ) - D11 Robert Thomas, Sulapha Peethamparan, and Adam Howe, Clarkson University Influence of Low-Molarity Sodium Hydroxide and Curing on Mechanical Properties of Geopolymers ( ) - D12 Vivek Tandon, University of Texas, El Paso Evolution of Early-Age Cracking in Concrete Bridge Decks Incorporating Prestressed Concrete Panels and Internally Cured Concrete ( ) - D13 W. Spencer Guthrie, Brigham Young University; Joseph M. Yaede, Applied Research Associates, Inc. Capillary Pressure Monitoring in Plastic Concrete for Controlling Early Age Shrinkage Cracking ( ) - D14 Volker Slowik and Markus Schmidt, Leipzig University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Daniel Kässler and Michael Eiserbeck, FTZ Leipzig e.v., Germany Repeatability of Self-Healing in Cementitious Composites ( ) - D15 Gurkan Yildirim, Gaziantep University, Turkey; Mustafa Sahmaran, Gazi University, Turkey; Rezhin Noori, Gaziantep University, Turkey; Erdogan Ozbay, Mustafa Kemal University, Turkey; Mohamed Lachemi, Ryerson University, Canada; Ismail Ozgur Yaman, Middle East Technical University, Turkey Using Surface Texture Measurements of Crack Surface to Establish Joint Spring Stiffness Representing Shear Transfer Capacity ( ) - D16 Julie M. Vandenbossche and Manik Barman, University of Pittsburgh; Jennifer Nolan-Kremm, STV Incorporated New Technique for Assessment of Pigmented Portland Cement Concrete ( ) - D17 Ahmed Samir Youssef Ezzeldin and Mohamed Nagib Abou- Zeid, American University in Cairo, Egypt Study on Three-Phase Composite Conductive Concrete for Pavement Deicing ( ) - D18 Jianmin Wu and Jianguo Liu, Chang an University, China Cold Region Applications for MEMS-Based In-place Inclinometers: Four Evaluation Case Studies ( ) - B01 Margaret M. Darrow and David D. Jensen, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Reliability-Based Design for Slope Stabilization Using Both Anchors and Drilled Shafts ( ) - B03 Lin Li and Robert Liang, University of Akron; Hanlong Liu, Hohai University, China Design and Analysis of Reinforced Expanded Polystyrene Styrofoam for Use Under Falling Rock Impact ( ) - B05 Iraj H. P. Mamaghani and Amer Abdulrazzak, University of North Dakota; Hiroshi Yoshida, Be-Safe-Japan, Ltd. Model for Schedule Risk Evaluation of Subsurface Explorations ( ) - B07 Yujie Lu and Qingbin Cui, University of Maryland, College Park; Xin Chen, Johns Hopkins University; Gregory Baecher, University of Maryland, College Park :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Implementing Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Pavement Design Procedures Shunyi Christopher Chen, North Carolina Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Engineering Behavior of Unsaturated Soils Committee Evaluation of Bearing Capacity of Low-Volume Roads in Minnesota ( ) - B09 Lev Khazanovich and Derek Tompkins, University of Minnesota; Erland Lukanen, Consultant Development of Soil Water Characteristic Curve for Flexible Base Materials Using Methylene Blue Test ( ) - B11 Hakan Sahin, Fan Gu, and Robert Leonard Lytton, Texas A&M University Experimental Study on Dynamic Resilient Modulus of Compacted Clay Under Moisture Content Fluctuation ( ) - B13 Jianming Ling, Dongxue LI, Jinsong Qian, and Wenyu Li, Tongji University, China; Cong Li, China Merchants Chongqing Communications Research & Design Institute Company, Ltd

91 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Innovations in Concrete for Bridge Decks and Pavement Mark E. Felag, Rhode Island Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Concrete Materials and Placement Techniques Committee High-Volume Fly-Ash Concrete Mixture for Tennessee Bridge Decks ( ) - C02 Lewis Keith Crouch, Aaron Crowley, and Daniel A. Badoe, Tennessee Technological University; Heather Hall, Tennessee Department of Transportation Workability Test for Slip-Formed Concrete Pavements ( ) - C04 Marllon Daniel Cook, Ashkan Ghaeezadah, and Tyler Ley, Oklahoma State University Evaluation of High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete for Bridge Deck Connections, Closure Pours, and Joints ( ) - C06 Levon C. Hoomes, Celik Ozyildirim, and Michael Carey Brown, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Low-Volume Road Condition Prediction and Design Improvements Using Statistical, Empirical, or Remote-Sensing Methods Vanessa A. Goetz, Iowa Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Low-Volume Roads Committee; Soil Mechanics Section; and Chemical, Mechanical, and Asphalt Stabilization Committee Nanotechnology in Pavements and Concrete Properties Georgene M. Geary, Georgia Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Nanotechnology-Based Concrete Materials Task Force Abrasion Response of Nanoconcrete for Rigid Pavements and Its Impact on Friction ( ) - D01 Marcelo Gonzalez, University of Waterloo, Canada Kinetic Study of Photocatalytic Degradation of Emitted Nitrogen Monoxide Using Concrete Pavements ( ) - D03 Heather Dylla, Marwa M. Hassan, and Louis Thibodeaux, Louisiana State University Piezoresistive Sensitivity of Carbon Nanotube-Cement Mortar Composites with Various w/b Ratios and Moisture Contents ( ) - D05 I. S. Park, H. K. Kim, and Haeng-Ki Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Air Void Structure and Mechanical Performance of Fiber- Reinforced Composites with Nanoparticle-Based Polymethyl Hydrosiloxane Emulsions ( ) - D07 Scott Muzenski and Ismael Flores-Vivian, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Mengesha A. Beyene, SES Group & Associates, LLC; Konstantin Sobolev, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Molecular Dynamics Approach for Nanostructure of Calcium- Silicate-Hydrate In Concrete: Review and Recommendation ( ) - D09 Baig Abdullah Al Muhit and Boo Hyun Nam, University of Central Florida :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 MON Application of Artificial Computational Intelligence for Botswana Gravel Loss Condition Modeling and Prediction ( ) - A01 Adewole Simon Oladele, University of Botswana Modeling Low-Volume Road Operating Speed Using Artificial- Computational Intelligence ( ) - A03 Mario De Luca, Francesca Russo, and Gianluca Dell Acqua, University of Naples Federico II, Italy Investigating Safety Impact of Edge Line on Narrow Rural Two- Lane Highways by Empirical Bayes Method ( ) - A05 Xiaoduan Sun and Subasish Das, University of Louisiana, Lafayette; Zhongjie Zhang, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development; Fan Wang, Charles Leboeuf and S. Rasel, University of Louisiana, Lafayette Simple Empirical Guide to Low-Volume Road Design ( ) - A07 Karim Ahmed Abdel-Warith, Purdue University; Panagiotis Ch. Anastasopoulos, State University of New York, Buffalo; John E. Haddock, Purdue University New Procedure for Selecting Chemical Treatments for Unpaved Roads ( ) - A09 David Jones, University of California, Davis; Roger W. Surdahl, Federal Highway Administration Collecting Decision Support System Data via Remote Sensing of Unpaved Roads ( ) - A11 Richard Dobson, Michigan Tech Research Institute Recent Research Related to Concrete Properties Neeraj Buch, Michigan State University, presiding Sponsored by Properties of Concrete Committee Investigation of Fresh State Properties of Ternary-Based High- Performance Concrete Mixtures ( ) - C17 Pratanu Ghosh, California State University, Fullerton; Stephan Woll, Lima Manufacturing; Paul J. Tikalsky, Oklahoma State University Impacts of Variability in Coefficient of Thermal Expansion on Predicted Concrete Pavement Performance ( ) - C11 Leslie Myers McCarthy, Villanova University; Jagan M. Gudimettla and Gary L. Crawford, Federal Highway Administration Effect of Limestone and Inorganic Processing Addition on Performance of Concrete for Pavement and Bridge Decks ( ) - C13 Mohsen A. Issa, University of Illinois, Chicago Prediction of Surface Texture of Joints and Cracks Based on Concrete Mixture Properties ( ) - C15 Luis Ramirez, Quality Engineering Solutions, Inc. Using Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity to Predict Properties and Performance of Pervious Concrete ( ) - C09 Kamran Amini, Andrew Lesak, Arjunveer Sohal, Jeremy Adato, and Norbert Joseph Delatte, Cleveland State University 89

92 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 MON Reclaimed and Stabilized Base Layers Christopher Allen Peoples, North Carolina Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Mineral Aggregates Committee Rapid Triaxial Frequency Sweep Testing of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement Materials ( ) - A12 Diana Podborochynski, PSI Technologies, Inc., Canada; Curtis F. Berthelot, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Determining Volumetric Properties and Permeability of Permeable Asphalt-Treated Mixtures ( ) - A14 Yinning Zhang, Linbing Wang, Wei Zhang, and Cristian Druta, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Brian K. Diefenderfer, VIrginia Department of Transportation Parametric Analysis of Resilient Modulus Modeling for Recycled Asphalt Pavement in Base Layer ( ) - A16 Ehab Magdy Noureldin and Magdy Abdelrahman, North Dakota State University Influence of Beam Geometry and Aggregate Size on Flexural Strength and Elastic Moduli of Cement-Stabilized Materials ( ) - A18 Alex Ndiku Mbaraga and Kim Jenkins, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa; Martin F. C. van de Ven, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Seasonal and Climate Effects on Pavements Steve Saboundjian, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, presiding Sponsored by Seasonal Climatic Effects on Transportation Infrastructure Committee Generating Hourly Climatic Data from Available Weather Information for Pavement Design ( ) - A02 Rodrigo Delgadillo, Carlos Wahr, Gabriel Garcia, Luis Osorio, and Osiel Salfate, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile Predicting Phase Composition Curve in Frozen Soils Using Index Properties: Physicoempirical Approach ( ) - A04 Zhen Liu and Xiong Yu, Case Western Reserve University Freeze Thaw Performance Assessment of Stabilized Pavement Foundations ( ) - A06 Peter Jacob Becker, David J. White, and Pavana Kumar Reddy Vennapusa, Iowa State University; Mark Dunn, Iowa Department of Transportation Frost Heave Mitigation Using Structural Polymer Injection ( ) - A08 Thomas Viken Edgar, University of Wyoming; Roy Mathis, Concrete Stabilization Technologies, Inc.; Tim McGary, Wyoming Department of Transportation; John Christopher Potter, Nebraska Public Power District Using Field Data to Evaluate Bottom Ash as Pavement Insulation Layer ( ) - A10 Negar Tavafzadeh, Somayeh Nassiri, Mohammad Hussein Shafiee, and Alireza Bayat, University of Alberta, Canada Selected Topics and Recent Advances in Concrete Durability Tyson Rupnow, Louisiana Transportation Research Center, presiding Sponsored by Durability of Concrete Committee Concrete Conductivity: Effect of Temperature, Saturation, and Air Content ( ) - C08 Parth Panchmatia, Purdue University Evaluation of Porcelain Enamel Coated Steel Fiber Reinforcement in Cementitious and Geopolymeric Composite Materials ( ) - C10 Stacy Holton and Lin Li, Jackson State University; Robert D. Moser, Georgia Institute of Technology; Charles Weiss, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Research and Development Center; Paul Allison, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Organofunctional Silane Inhibitor Surface Treatment of Concrete for Corrosion and Mitigation of Alkali Silica Reactions ( ) - C12 Neal S. Berke and Brooks E. Bucher, Tourney Consulting Group; Peter DeNicola, Evonik Degussa Corporation Development of Concrete Water Absorption Testing for Quality Control ( ) - C14 Babak Mohammadi and Michelle R. Nokken, Concordia University, Canada Selection of Rapid Index Tests and Criteria for Concrete Resistance to Chloride Penetration ( ) - C16 Karthik Obla, Haejin Kim, and Colin Lobo, National Ready Mixed Concrete Association Volume Change and Dimensional Stability of Concrete Pavement ( ) - C18 Chris Ramseyer, University of Oklahoma; Shideh Shadravan, Cornell University :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Thermal Properties of Pavements, Reflective Coatings, and Evaluation of Urban Climate Interaction Jeffrey J. Stempihar, Arizona Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Design and Construction Group and Pavement Materials and the Urban Climate Subcommittee Measurement of Evaporation Rate of Permeable Pavement Materials and Factors Affecting Evaporation ( ) - C01 Hui Li, John Harvey, and David Jones, University of California, Davis Preparation of Fluorinated Acrylate Heat-Reflective Coating for Pavement and Evaluation of Its Cooling Effect ( ) - C03 Xuejuan Cao, Boming Tang, Hongzhou Zhu, and Ying Yuan, Jiaotong University, China Study of Pavement Temperature and Near-Surface Thermal Environment: Field Experiment and Numerical Simulation ( ) - C05 Xiaoling Zou, Zhimin Cong, Boming Tang, and Xuejuan Cao, Jiaotong University, China; Xinhua Yu, Jiangxi Ganyue Expressway Company, Ltd., China Innovative Thermochromic Asphalt Binder for Pavement Thermal Management: Characterization and Computational Simulation ( ) - C07 Jianying Hu and Xiong Yu, Case Western Reserve University 90 90

93 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 TRB s IDEA Programs: Sponsoring Innovation in Transportation Linda S. Mason, Transportation Research Board, presiding Sponsored by NCHRP IDEA Program Panel; Transportation Safety IDEA Program Committee; and High-Speed Rail IDEA Program Committee TRB s IDEA Programs: Sponsoring Innovation in Transportation - E01 Linda S. Mason, Transportation Research Board NCHRP IDEA Project 142: Shape Memory Polymer-Based Self- Healing Sealant for Expansion Joint - E02 Guoqiang Li, Louisiana Transportation Research Center NCHRP IDEA Project 146: Advanced Methods for Mobile Retroreflectivity Measurement on Pavement Markings - E03 Terry Lee, Leetron Vision NCHRP IDEA Project 154: Hybrid Sensor for Rapid Assessment of Sulfate-Induced Heaving in Stabilized Soils - E04 Anand J. Puppala and Tejo Vikash Bheemasetti, University of Texas, Arlington; Nagasreenivasu Talluri, American Geotech, Inc. NCHRP IDEA Project 157: Development of Intrinsically Conducting Polymer-Based, Low-Cost, Heavy-Duty, and Environment-Friendly Coating System for Corrosion Protection of Structural Steels - E05 Tongyan Pan, Catholic University of America NCHRP IDEA Project 158: Identification of Stress State of Critical Bridge Components Using Nonlinear Acoustics - E06 Didem Ozevin, James Bittner, and Zeynab Abbasi, University of Illinois, Chicago NCHRP IDEA Project 162: Full-Scale Prototype Testing and Manufacturing and Installation Plans for New Scour-Vortex- Prevention Products - E07 Roger L. Simpson, Gwibo Byun, and Edmund C. Mueller, Applied University Research, Inc. NCHRP IDEA Project 163: Development of Asphalt Pavement Raveling Detection Algorithm Using Emerging Three- Dimensional Laser Technology and Macrotexture Analysis - E08 Yichang (James) Tsai, Zhaohua Wang, Bruno Pop-Stefanov, and Hadrien P. Glaude, Georgia Institute of Technology NCHRP IDEA Project 164: Laser Spectroscopy for Rapid Profiling of Steel Bridge Coatings, Corrosion, and Heavy Metals - E09 Warren H. Chesner, Chesner Engineering, P.C.; Nancy McMillan and Carlos Montoya, New Mexico State University NCHRP IDEA Project 166: Guidelines for Use of Waste Concrete Fines - E10 Julie M. Vandenbossche and Nicole Dufalla, University of Pittsburgh; Donald Janssen, University of Washington NCHRP IDEA Project 168: Automated and Continuous Aggregate Sampling and Laser Targeting System - E11 Warren H. Chesner, Chesner Engineering, P.C.; Nancy McMillan, New Mexico State University; Matteo Forgione, Forgione Engineering, Inc. NCHRP IDEA Project 170: Development and Implementation of Asphalt Embrittlement Analyzer - E12 Behzad Behnia, Henrique Reis, and William G. Buttlar, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign NCHRP IDEA Project 171: Producing a Sustainable and Bio- Based Alternative for Petroleum-Based Asphalt - E13 Amadou Bocoum, Shahrzad Hosseinnezhad Mohatarami, and Elham H. Fini, North Carolina A&T State University Safety IDEA Project 22: Laser Cladding of Welds to Improve Railroad Track Safety - E14 Francisco Hernandez, University of Houston Safety IDEA Project 23: Reducing Wheel Climb at Switch Points to Reduce Derailments - E15 Allan M. Zarembski, University of Delaware Safety IDEA Project 24: High-Speed Railroad Bridge Dynamics and Ratings - E16 Kevin Bollinger, Hatch Mott MacDonald High-Speed Rail IDEA Project HSR-43: Composite Beam System - E17 John Hillman, Teng & Associates Inc :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Use of Recycled and Waste Materials for Sustainable Pavement Applications Robert A. Younie, Iowa Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Mineral Aggregates Committee Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Ash as Sustainable Transportation Material: Review and Characterization ( ) - A13 Boo Hyun Nam, Jinyoung Kim, and Kazi Tasneem, University of Central Florida Evaluation of Recementation Reactivity of Recycled Concrete Aggregate ( ) - A15 Jinyoung Kim, Boo Hyun Nam, Zachary Ryan Behring, and Baig Abdullah Al Muhit, University of Central Florida Effect of Temperature on Resilient Modulus of Recycled Unbound Aggregates ( ) - A17 Ali Soleimanbeigi, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Ryan F. Shedivy, Golder Associates Inc.; James M. Tinjum and Tuncer B. Edil, University of Wisconsin, Madison Sustainable Use of Dredged Materials in Roadway Construction ( ) - A19 Nemmi Nikkia Cole, Florida A&M University - Florida State University :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Pavement Surface Characteristics, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 793) Magdy Mikhail, Texas Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Surface Properties - Vehicle Interaction Committee and Characteristics of Asphalt-Aggregate Combinations to Meet Surface Requirements Committee Scaling Relations of Dissipation-Induced Pavement Vehicle Interactions ( ) - 01 Arghavan Louhghalam, Mehdi Akbarian, and Franz Josef Ulm, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Factors Affecting International Roughness Index of Asphalt Overlays ( ) - 02 Bryan C. Smith, Virginia Department of Transportation Case Study on Evaluation of Effect of Tire Pavement Friction on Rate of Roadway Crashes ( ) - 03 Shahriar Najafi, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Gerardo W. Flintsch and Alejandra Medina Flintsch, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Contribution to Noncontact Skid Resistance Measurement ( ) - 04 Andreas Stephan Ueckermann, Dawei Wang, and Markus Oeser, RWTH Aachen University, Germany Establishment of Relation Between Pavement Surface Friction and Mixture Design Properties ( ) - 05 Mozhdeh Rajaei, Nima Roohi Sefidmazgi, and Hussain U. Bahia, University of Wisconsin, Madison MON 91

94 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Railroad Maintenance Hai Huang, Pennsylvania State University, presiding Sponsored by Railway Maintenance Committee Scheduling of Periodic Inspections in Large-Scale Railroad Networks ( ) - 16 Fan Peng, CSX Transportation, Inc.; Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Kamalesh Somani, CSX Transportation, Inc. Preliminary Analysis of Rail Defects Collected by High- Performance Measuring Devices ( ) - 17 Elisabetta Miraglia and Bruna Festa, University of Naples Federico II, Italy; Mauro D Apuzzo, University of Cassino, Italy; Vittorio Balsamo, Naples, Italy Fouling and Permeability Characterization Using Resistivity ( ) - 18 Robert L. Parsons, University of Kansas; A. J. Rahman, Professional Services Industries; Jie Han and Thomas Glavinich, University of Kansas Concrete Crosstie Condition Assessment Using Nondestructive Impact Velocity and Echo Technologies ( ) - 19 Paul S. Fisk, NDT Corporation; Hugh B. Thompson II and Cameron Stuart, Federal Railroad Administration Development of Texture Retrieval Approach for Quantifying Railroad Ballast Fouling from Ground-Penetrating Radar Data ( ) - 20 Pengcheng Shangguan and Imad L. Al-Qadi, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Characterizing Ballast Degradation Through Los Angeles Abrasion Test and Image Analysis ( ) - 21 Yu Qian, Huseyin Boler, Maziar Moaveni, Erol Tutumluer, Youseff Hashash, and Jamshid Ghaboussi, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Calibration Method for Tactile Pressure Sensors Applied to Nonuniform, Rough Contact Surfaces: Case Study at Ballast Tie Interface of Railroad Track ( ) - 11 Michael McHenry, University of Kentucky; Peng Xu, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Travis Greenwell, Reginald R. Souleyrette, and Jerry G. Rose, University of Kentucky Improving Ballasted High-Speed Railway Track Design for Reduction of Vibration Levels and Maintenance Needs ( ) - 12 Patricia Afonso Ferreira, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal; Andrés López-Pita, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain Kentrack 4.0: Revised Railway Structural Design Program ( ) - 13 Shushu Liu and Reginald R. Souleyrette, University of Kentucky Design of Asphalt Layer on High-Speed Lines ( ) - 14 Alain Robinet, French National Railways Fully Coupled Three-Dimensional Train-Track Soil Model for High-Speed Rail ( ) - 15 Hai Huang and Shelley M. Stoffels, Pennsylvania State University Instrumentation and Performance Monitoring of Railroad Track Transitions Using Multidepth Deflectometers and Strain Gauges ( ) - 22 Debakanta Mishra, Erol Tutumluer, and Huseyin Boler, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; James P. Hyslip, HyGround Engineering, LLC; Theodore R. Sussmann, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Statistical Analyses of Railroad Ballast Aggregate Packing Influenced by Changes in Gradation and Particle Shape Properties ( ) - 23 Huseyin Boler, Yu Qian, and Erol Tutumluer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Load Characterization Techniques and Overview of Loading Environment in North America ( ) - 24 Brandon James Van Dyk, Marcus S. Dersch, J. Riley Edwards, Conrad Ruppert, and Christopher P. L. Barkan, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Railroad Track Structure Research Hai Huang, Pennsylvania State University, presiding Sponsored by Railroad Track Structure System Design Committee Modal Analysis of Clip W1 ( ) - 06 Liu Dan, Southwest Jiaotong University, China Design of Elastic Pads from Deconstructed Tires to Be Used in Railroad Tracks ( ) - 07 Fernando Moreno-Navarro, Miguel Sol-Sánchez, and Carmen Rubio-Gámez, Universidad de Granada, Spain Lateral Force Measurement in Concrete Crosstie Fastening Systems ( ) - 08 Brent A. Williams, Ryan Kernes, J. Riley Edwards, and Christopher P. L. Barkan, University of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign Design Evaluations for Time-Dependent Contractions of Prestressed Concrete High-Speed Railway Sleepers ( ) - 09 N. Özgür Bezgin, Istanbul University, Turkey Impact of Sleeper Looseness of Bi-block Ballastless Track on Wheel-Track System Dynamics ( ) - 10 Rongshan Yang, JuanJuan Ren, and Xueyi Liu, Southwest Jiaotong University, China; Qiang Li and Kelvin C. P. Wang, Oklahoma State University Use of Asphalt Overlays for Rehabilitation of Highways Roger C. Olson, Minnesota Department of Transportation, and Julie M. Vandenbossche, University of Pittsburgh, presiding Sponsored by Pavement Rehabilitation Committee Why Pavement Fails: Case Study in Louisiana ( ) - 25 Md. Sharear Kabir, Louisiana Transportation Research Center; William King, Harold R. Paul, and Samuel B. Cooper, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Evaluation of Interface Bond Strength of Asphalt Pavements ( ) - 26 Milad Saghebfar and Yacoub M. Najjar, Kansas State University Importance of Normal Confinement on Shear Failure of Interlayers in Asphalt Pavements ( ) - 27 Afshin Karshenas, Seong Hwan Cho, Akhtarhusein A. Tayebali, Murthy N. Guddati, and Y. Richard Kim, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Survival Analysis for Composite Pavement Performance in Iowa ( ) - 28 Can Chen, R. Christopher Williams, and Mervyn G. Marasinghe, Iowa State University; Jason S. Omundson and Scott Alan Schram, Iowa Department of Transportation Engineering Cost Benefit Analysis of Thin Durable Asphalt Overlays ( ) - 29 Songsu Son and Imad L. Al-Qadi, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 92 92

95 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Congestion Pricing and Managed Lanes Showcase Donald R. Samdahl, Fehr & Peers, presiding Sponsored by Congestion Pricing Committee and Managed Lanes Committee Dynamic Managed Lane Pricing and Integrated Corridor Management - A01 Koorosh Olyai, Stantec, Inc.; Siamak A. Ardekani, University of Texas, Arlington San Francisco Pricing Initiatives: Treasure Island Congestion Pricing, Parking Pricing, and Regulation Study Downtown Congestion Pricing - A03 Liz Brisson and Rachel E. M. Hiatt, San Francisco County Transportation Authority Sharing the Ride on Metro Express Lanes: Carpool Benefits of HOT Lanes in Los Angeles County - A05 Ruby Arellano, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Innovative Access: Metro Express Lanes Equity Plan - A07 Megan Nangle, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Near-Continuous-Access HOV and HOT Lanes - A09 Patty Rubstello, Washington State Department of Transportation Impacts and Responses to Various Incentive Programs to Managed Lane Projects - A11 Danny Wu and Darren Henderson, Parsons Brinckerhoff Atlanta I-85 HOV-to-HOT Conversion: Household-Level Sociospatial Impact Assessment - B01 Sara Khoeini and Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology Toll Road Revenue Forecasting with Uncertain Travel Growth - B02 Michael Fitzpatrick Lawrence and Jonathan Skolnik, Jack Faucett Associates, Inc. Atlanta I-85 HOV-to-HOT Conversion: Analysis of Vehicle and Person Throughput - B03 Randall Guensler, Vetri Venthan Elango, Sara Khoeini, and Adnan Sheikh, Georgia Institute of Technology Quantitative Risk Analysis for Express Lanes with Time-of-Day Model Forecasts- B04 Jack Klodzinski, URS Corporation; Thomas Jay Adler, Resource Systems Group, Inc.; Michael Doherty and Raymond Tillman, URS Corporation Managed Lanes on Park-and-Ride Shuttle into Tel Aviv, Israel: New Developments in Managed Lane Arena - B06 Rimon Rafiah, Economikr, Israel Incorporating Computational Geometry into Second-Best Congestion Pricing Design Problem: Algorithm Development and Applications - B07 Takuya Maruyama, Kumamoto University, Japan Risk Analysis for Express Toll Lanes: Eastside Corridor, Puget Sound Region, Washington - B08 Jaimison Roy Sloboden, Jeffrey N. Buxbaum, John Lewis, and John Duesing, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Back to the Future: US-74 Express Toll Lane Implementation - B09 Timothy Dwayne Gibbs, City of Charlotte, North Carolina, Department of Transportation; Lynn Purnell, Parsons Brinckerhoff South Florida Regional Concept of Operations - B10 Garth Lynch and Andrew Smith, HNTB Corporation Improving the Estimation of Value of Travel Time Savings and Value of Travel Time Reliability - B11 Rami Charles Harb, Atkins North America; Elisabet Rutstrom, Georgia State University Deployment Strategies of Managed Lanes on Arterials - B12 Dimitra Michalaka, Mahmood Zangui, Yafeng Yin, and Siriphong Lawphongpanich, University of Florida Separation of Preferential Lanes Using Flexible Pylons - C02 Robert Joseph Benz, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Off-Peak Direction Operational Analysis on Katy Managed Lanes - C04 Robert Joseph Benz, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Evaluating the Future of Road Pricing in Valletta, Malta: Role of Politics and Institutions - C06 Maria Attard, University of Malta Urban Partnership Performance Evaluation in Minnesota - C08 Kenneth Buckeye and Bradley J. Larsen, Minnesota Department of Transportation Impacts of Congestion Pricing on Traveler Behavior: Updates from SR-520 Corridor in Seattle, Washington, and I-85 Corridor in Atlanta, Georgia - C10 Sean Peirce and Jane E. Lappin, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center; Paul Minnice, U.S. Department of Transportation; Margaret Petrella and Sean Puckett, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center; Rosalie Ray, University of California, Los Angeles Comparative Evaluation of Stochastic Approximation Algorithms and Their Application to Congestion Pricing on I-95 Express High-Occupancy-Toll Lanes - C12 Donald P. Graham and Essam Radwan, University of Central Florida Operations, Maintenance, and Enforcement Performance-Based Specifications for Managed High-Occupancy-Vehicle Lanes in Dallas, Texas - J10 Stephen Ranft, Texas A&M Transportation Institute :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Congestion Pricing Issues Kenneth Buckeye, Minnesota Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Congestion Pricing Committee Analysis of Variables That Affect HOT Speeds on I-85 Express Lanes in Atlanta, Georgia ( ) - B05 Christopher Stephen Toth and Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology Reward for Avoiding Peak Period in Rotterdam, Netherlands ( ) - H01 Henri Palm, Goudappel Coffeng BV, Netherlands Impacts to Transit from Seattle Urban Partnership Agreement Program ( ) - H03 Brian Michael Pessaro, University of South Florida; Praprut Songchitruksa, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Empirical Analysis of Pricing Structure of Toll Facilities Based on Social Costs of Driving by Vehicle Class and Its Effects on Traffic, Toll Revenue, Emissions, and Equivalent Single-Axle Loads ( ) - H05 Hiroyuki Iseki, University of Maryland, College Park Summary of 2013 National Symposium on Mileage-Based User Fees ( ) - H07 Richard Tremain Baker, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Examination of Paid Travel on I-85 Express Lanes ( ) - H09 Nicholas S. Wood, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Mark W. Burris and Santosh Rao Danda, Texas A&M University (continued) MON 93

96 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON Session 320 (continued) Too Little, Too Soon? Preliminary Evaluation of Congestion- Based Parking Pricing in San Francisco ( ) - H11 Daniel G. Chatman, University of California, Berkeley; Michael Manville, Cornell University HOT or Not: Driver Elasticity to Price on MnPASS HOT Lanes ( ) - H13 Michael Janson and David M. Levinson, University of Minnesota Robust Tolling Schemes for High-Occupancy-Toll Facilities Under Variable Demand ( ) - H15 Lauren Gardner, University of New South Wales, Australia; Stephen Boyles, University of Texas, Austin; Hillel Bar-Gera, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel; Kelly Tang, University of New South Wales, Australia Statewide Congestion Pricing and Distance-Based User Charges with Differentiated Car and Truck Fees: Case Study in Maryland ( ) - J06 Yijing Lu, Lei Zhang, and Eirini Kastrouni, University of Maryland, College Park :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Investment Risk Based on Traffic Forecasting Accuracy: Case Studies of U.S. Highway Public-Private Partnerships - G02 Kyle Fisher and Danielle Rossi, University of Florida Preliminary Framework of Government Learning in Public- Private Partnerships ( ) - G04 Eric Boyer, Georgia Institute of Technology P3-SCREEN Tool for Preliminary Screening of Major Highway Projects for Appropriateness for Public-Private Partnerships - H18 Patrick T. DeCorla-Souza, Deborah E. Brown-Davis, and Jim Sinnette, Federal Highway Administration Framework for Using Benefit Cost Analysis to Evaluate Public- Private Partnerships - H20 Patrick T. DeCorla-Souza, Federal Highway Administration; Victoria Adams, Booz Allen Hamilton :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Current Issues in Revenue and Finance Lowell R. Clary, Clary Consulting, LLC, presiding Sponsored by Revenue and Finance Committee Current Issues in Public-Private Partnerships Jennifer R. Mayer, Ernst and Young, and Tom Boast, THB Advisory LLC, presiding Sponsored by Revenue and Finance Committee Public-Private Partnership Tenders: Optimizing on Competition ( ) - E07 Athena Roumboutsos, University of the Aegean, Greece; Fabio Sciancalepore, Politecnico di Bari, Italy Ionia Odos: Brownfield Greenfield Concession Still Viable Following Steep Recession - E09 Nikolaos Nikolaidis and Athena Roumboutsos, University of the Aegean, Greece Financing Infrastructure Projects Through Public-Private Partnerships in India ( ) - F01 TS Ramakrishnan and Poojan Paresh Chokshi, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad Public-Private Partnerships in China s Rail Mass Transit: Case of Shenzhen ( ) - F02 Jiawen Yang, Peking University, China Public-Private Partnerships in U.S. Transportation Sector: Stakeholder Perceptions ( ) - F04 Sergio Martinez, University of Texas, Austin Option Game Model for Optimizing Concession Terms and Public Subsidies on Public-Private Partnerships - F05 Wei Peng and Qingbin Cui, University of Maryland, College Park; Jianguo Chen, Tongji University, China Mechanism Design Approach to Modeling, Implementing, and Evaluating Improved Investment Public-Private Partnership in a Multiple-Leader, Multiple-Follower Stackelberg Game ( ) - F06 Bingyan Huang and H. Oliver Gao, Cornell University Comparison Design Bid Build with Public-Private Partnership Through Presidio Parkway Project - F07 Amir Ghorban and Qingbin Cui, University of Maryland, College Park Policy Lessons for Regulating Public-Private Partnership Tolling Schemes in Urban Environments ( ) - F08 Omid M. Rouhani, H. Oliver Gao, and Raymond Richard Geddes, Cornell University; Hossain Zarei, AECOM Public-Private Partnerships on Rail Transport Sector in Portugal: Fertagus Case Study - F09 Rosario Macario, Joana M. Ribeiro, Joana Duarte Costa, and Rui Couchinho, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal Option Game Model for Optimizing Concession Terms and Public Subsidies on Public-Private Partnerships ( ) - F03 Qingbin Cui and Wei Peng, University of Maryland, College Park; Jianguo Chen, Tongji University, China Analysis and Forecasting of Highway Revenues from Traditional and Potential Sources in Indiana ( ) - G01 Bismark Richard Delaidem Kofi Agbelie, Purdue University Analysis of Regional Sales Tax Initiative for Funding Transportation: Case Study of the Atlanta Region ( ) - G03 Amanda Inez Wall and Michael Meyer, Parsons Brinckerhoff Evaluating Long-Term Leasing of Toll Roads Based on Valuefor-Money Framework and Multiple-Criterion Technique ( ) - G05 Zhibo Zhang, Samuel Labi, and Kumares C. Sinha, Purdue University Results from Finland s First Concluding Public-Private Partnership Road Project ( ) - G06 Pekka Pakkala, Ramboll Finland; Seppo O. Makinen and Pekka Petajaniemi, Finnish Transport Agency Multicriterion Evaluation of Surface Transportation Funding Alternatives Based on Delphi Survey of Experts ( ) - G07 Sasanka B. Pulipati and Stephen P. Mattingly, University of Texas, Arlington Risk Management in Turkish Build Operate Transfer Transport Projects ( ) - G08 Ismail Cagri Ozcan, Ministry of Development of Turkey Analysis of an Alternative to Kentucky Weight Distance Tax ( ) - G09 Andrew Martin, Kentucky Transportation Center Financing Options for Surface Transportation Projects in the United States ( ) - G10 Elika Bahrevar, Jennifer S. Shane, and David Hyung Seok Jeong, Iowa State University Modern Transportation Funding and User Pays Principle: Are Drivers Paying for What They Get and Getting What They Pay For? ( ) - H14 Aaron W. Fackler and Deborah Niemeier, University of California, Davis New Tool to Understand Value-for-Money Analysis Concepts in Evaluating Public-Private Partnership Options ( ) - H16 Patrick T. 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97 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Contribution of Benefit-in-Kind Taxation Policy in Britain to the Peak Car Phenomenon ( ) - H19 Scott Le Vine, Imperial College London, United Kingdom; Peter M. Jones, University College London, United Kingdom; John W. Polak, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Multientity Perspective on Transportation Infrastructure Investment Decision Making ( ) - K12 Sabyasachee Mishra, University of Memphis; Snehamay Khasnabis, Wayne State University; Subrat Kumar Swain, Arizona State University :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Current Issues in Transportation Economics Mark W. Burris, Texas A&M University, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Economics Committee Travel Time Reliability: How to Measure and Explain Trends with Traffic Data and Their Application for Economic Evaluation ( ) - C03 Han van der Loop, KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis; Jan Perdok, MuConsult, Netherlands; Jasper Willigers, Significance, Netherlands Transportation Infrastructure and Households ( ) - C05 Jeffrey J. Eloff, Oleg A. Smirnov, and Peter S. Lindquist, University of Toledo Assessment of Economic Impacts of VMT Fee for Passenger Vehicles in Nevada ( ) - C07 Alexander Paz, Andrew Nordland, and Naveen Veeramisti, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Alauddin Khan, Nevada Department of Transportation Behavioral Economics in Infrastructure Fund Allocation ( ) - C09 Dina Atef Saad and Tarek Hegazy, University of Waterloo, Canada Including Risk in Socioeconomic Evaluation of Transportation Projects: Practical Approach ( ) - D02 Helene Le Maitre, Service d Etudes Techniques des Routes et Autoroutes, France; Xavier Delache, French Ministry of Transport Searching for Arriving on Time Tolerance: New Swiss Data for Travel Time Reliability Analysis ( ) - D04 Ming Lu, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich Transport Infrastructure Evaluation Using Cost Benefit Analysis: Improvements to Valuing the Asset Through Residual Value Case Study ( ) - D06 Heather Jones, Tiago Domingos, and Filipe Moura, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal; Joseph M. Sussman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Design of Tradable Credit Schemes over Multiple Time Periods ( ) - D08 Mohammad Miralinaghi and Srinivas Peeta, Purdue University Toward More Comprehensive and Multimodal Transport Economic Evaluation ( ) - D10 Todd Alexander Litman, Victoria Transport Policy Institute, Canada Evaluating Various Road Ownership Structures and Potential Competition on Urban Road Network ( ) - F10 Omid M. Rouhani and H. Oliver Gao, Cornell University Rationing and Pricing Strategies for Congestion Mitigation Under Heterogeneous Users and Vehicle Types ( ) - J08 Shanjiang Zhu, George Mason University; Longuyuan Du, University of Maryland, College Park; Meng Li, Tsinghua University, China; Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Current Rail Transit Research Steven H. Abrams, Chicago Transit Authority, presiding Sponsored by Rail Transit Systems Committee Schedule-Based Route Choice Estimation with Automatic Fare Collection Data for Rail Transit Passengers ( ) - J17 Yanshuo Sun and Paul Schonfeld, University of Maryland, College Park Origin Destination Dependent Train Scheduling Problem with Stop-Skipping for Urban Rail Transit Systems ( ) - J19 Yihui Wang, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Urban Rail Transit Planning and Design: Discussion of Practical Issues and Analytical Modeling Techniques ( ) - K14 Manoj K. Jha, Morgan State University; Min-Wook Kang, University of South Alabama; Sabyasachee Mishra, University of Memphis; Sutapa Samanta, Maryland State Highway Administration; Natasha Lyons, Morgan State University Planning and Implementation of Mumbai Metro Along Versova Andheri Ghatkopar Corridor, India ( ) - K18 Vijaya Lakshmi Kandala, Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority, India Design and Optimization of Modules in Comprehensive Maintenance Mode for Urban Mass Transit Rolling Stocks ( ) - K20 Yongneng Xu, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China; Yu Zhang, University of South Florida, Tampa; Shufang Liu, Nanjing Metro Resource Development Company, China; Yao Shu, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Innovative Approaches and Case Studies in Transit Management and Performance Brian Lane, San Diego Association of Governments, presiding Sponsored by Transit Management and Performance Committee Improving Energy Efficiency of Public Transport Bus Services by Using Multiple Vehicle Types ( ) - K01 Stephan Hassold and Avishai Ceder, University of Auckland, New Zealand Designing New York City Subways Key Performance Indicators to Improve Service Delivery and Operations ( ) - K02 Alla V. Reddy, New York City Transit Authority; Alex Lu, MTA Metro-North Railroad; Mikhail Boguslavsky and Brian Levine, New York City Transit Authority Optimal Holding and Skip-Stop/Segment Tactics for Public Transport Transfer Synchronization ( ) - K03 Mahmood Mahmoodi Nesheli, Avishai Ceder, and Stephan Hassold, University of Auckland, New Zealand Adapt to Mitigate: Evaluating Climate Adaptation Strategies for Chicago Transit Authority ( ) - K04 Karl Peet, Chicago Transit Authority; Beth Long, Tran Systems Statistical Analysis to Isolate Effects of Driver Performance on Schedule Adherence ( ) - K05 John C. Handley, Xerox Corporation Extraboard Team Sizing: Analysis of Short Unscheduled Absences Among Regular Transit Operators ( ) - K06 Ehab Ismail Diab, Rania Wasfi, and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, McGill University, Canada (continued) MON 95

98 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON Session 325 (continued) OneBusAway Multiregion: Rapidly Expanding Mobile Transit Apps to New Cities ( ) - K07 Sean J. Barbeau, University of South Florida; Alan Borning, University of Washington; Kari Edison Watkins, Georgia Institute of Technology Effect of Service Scale on Bus Ridership: How Does the Elasticity Vary by City Size? ( ) - K08 Xiaohong Chen, Jiangman Zhang, and Yingfei Tu, Tongji University, China; Bin Zhang, Shanghai Municipal Engineering Design Institute Company, Ltd., China; Shouyang Liu, Tongji University, China Transit Passenger Classification by Temporal and Spatial Travel Regularity Mined from Smart Card Data ( ) - K09 Le-Minh Kieu, Ashish Bhaskar, and Edward Chung, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Dynamic Travel Time Prediction Models for Buses Using Only GPS Data ( ) - K10 Wei Fan, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Zegeye Kebede Gurmu, Teague Nall & Perkins New Transit Performance Measures and LOS Criteria for Link- Level Assessment ( ) - K11 Srinivas Subrahmanyam Pulugurtha, Venkata Ramana Duddu, and Pooya Najaf, University of North Carolina, Charlotte Economic Value of Transit and Effect of Insufficient Capital Funding: Case Study of Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority ( ) - K13 Richard Voith, Peter Angelides, and Adam Ozimek, Econsult Solutions, Inc. Strategies for Maintaining State of Good Repair for Mixed Transit Fleet ( ) - K16 Sabyasachee Mishra, University of Memphis :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Light Rail and Commuter Rail Research Gregory Lee Thompson, Florida State University, and Thomas C. Cornillie, Alameda, California, presiding Sponsored by Light Rail Transit Committee Assessment of Impacts of Increased Train Frequency and Predictive Transit Priority on an LRT Corridor in Salt Lake City ( ) - J01 Milan Zlatkovic, University of Utah; Aleksandar Stevanovic, Florida Atlantic University Analysis of Real-Time Commuter Rail Information in Boston, Massachusetts ( ) - J15 Candace Brakewood, Georgia Institute of Technology; Francisca Rojas, Inter-American Development Bank; Joshua K. Robin, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority; P. Christopher Zegras, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Kari Edison Watkins, Georgia Institute of Technology; Jake A. Sion, Veolia Transportation, Inc.; Samuel Jordan, University of Massachusetts, Amherst :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Performance Measurement and Management Ramkumar Venkatanarayana, Virginia Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Performance Measurement Committee HOT TOPIC Using Remaining Service Life as the National Performance Measure of Pavement Assets ( ) - J02 James W. Mack and Robert L Sullivan, Cemex Lessons Learned for Transportation Agencies Preparing for MAP-21 Performance Management Requirements Related to Mobility and Reliability ( ) - J12 William L. Eisele, Timothy J. Lomax, David Lynn Schrank, and Shawn M. Turner, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Performance Management Practices in Europe and the United States ( ) - J14 Onno Tool and Max Klok, Rijkswaterstaat Center for Transport and Navigation, Netherlands; Telli van der Lei and Rob Schoenmaker, TU Delft, Netherlands; Thomas Van, Federal Highway Administration What s a Passing Grade? Synthesis and Review of Multimodal Street Performance Measures ( ) - J16 Michael Smart, Rutgers University; Henry McCann and Madeline Brozen, University of California, Los Angeles What s a Passing Grade? Comparing Measures and Variables in Multimodal Street Performance Calculations ( ) - J18 Madeline Brozen, Tim Black, and Robin Liggett, University of California, Los Angeles Transportation Performance Measures for Global Comparison ( ) - J20 Sungwon Lee, Korea Transport Institute; Erik Cempel, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.; Jieun Oh, Korea Transport Institute :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Planning for Intermodal Transit Stations Richard F. Clarke, Denver Regional Transportation District, and Deborah Matherly, Louis Berger Group, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Intermodal Transfer Facilities Committee Transit stations are the portals to the overall transit system and a focal point for the communities that they serve. This session provides modeling approaches and other tools to optimize the planning and function of these facilities and intermodal access points. Development of Conceptual Framework for Modeling Train Station Choice Under Uncertainty for Park-and-Ride Users ( ) - J05 Chunmei Chen and Jianhong(Cecilia) Xia, Curtin University of Technology, Australia Coupling Model for Multimodal Transfer Facilities at Urban Rail Stations: Analysis of Lelylaan Station, Amsterdam ( ) - J07 Lijun Chen and Xuewu Chen, Southeast University, China Park-and-Ride Access Station Choice Model for Cross-Regional Commuter Trips in Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Canada ( ) - J09 Mohamed Salah Mahmoud, Khandker M. Nurul Habib, and Amer Shalaby, University of Toronto, Canada 96 96

99 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Using a Latent-Class Model to Examine Sensitivity of Local Conditions on Stair and Escalator Choice in Toronto Subway Stations ( ) - J11 Siva Srikukenthiran, Amer Shalaby, and Khandker M. Nurul Habib, University of Toronto, Canada Development of Demand Screening Tool for Expansion of Existing or Creation of New Park-and-Ride Facilities ( ) - J13 Theodore Ehrlich, Ehrlich Associates Spider Maps: Summary of Best Practices and Guide to Design ( ) - K15 Wenwen Zhang, Georgia Institute of Technology; Margaret Finch Carragher, Metro Planning and Engineering; Anne Jacobs, Georgia Institute of Technology Is Provision of Park-and-Ride Facilities at Light-Rail Stations an Effective Approach to Reducing Vehicle Miles Traveled in a U.S. Context? ( ) - K17 Michael Duncan, Florida State University; David Cook, Virginia Department of Transportation Analysis of Metro Commuters Satisfaction in Multitype Access and Egress Transferring Groups ( ) - K19 Min Yang, Jingyao Zhao, and Wei Wang, Southeast University, China; Zhiyuan Liu, Monash University, Australia; Zhibin Li, Southeast University, China :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Issues Robin Gold, University of Washington, presiding Sponsored by Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Committee Transit capacity and quality of service issues influence transit ridership and operating cost. Papers in this session explore the impacts of various types of transit preferential treatments on bus and roadway users, the effect of seasonal changes in daylight on transit reliability, and the relationship between passenger load and travel distance. Another paper develops a model of passenger waiting time at two types of urban bus stops (with and without a transfer opportunity to rail service). How Transit Route Passenger Load and Distance Can Together Influence Quality of Service ( ) - E02 Jonathan Michael Bunker, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Effect of Daylight on Reliability of Transit Service: Case Study of Melbourne Tram Network, Australia ( ) - E04 Mahmoud Mesbah, University of Queensland, Australia; Graham Currie, Monash University, Australia; Nicolas Peñafiel Prohens, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile Dynamic Bus Lanes with Restricted Car Usage for Congested Arterial Routes ( ) - E06 Paul Anderson and Nikolas Geroliminis, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland Person-Based Evaluation of Transit Preferential Treatments on Signalized Arterials ( ) - E08 Yashar Zeinali Farid, Eleni Christofa, and John Collura, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Application-Oriented Model of Passenger Waiting Time Based on Bus Departure Time Intervals ( ) - E10 Huibo Gong and Xumei Chen, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Lei Yu, Texas Southern University; Lijuan Wu, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Evaluating Service Quality of Public Transit from Passengers Perceptions Using Bayesian Networks ( ) - J03 Jingxian Wu, Southeast University, China 330 CM I :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Transportation Investments, Property Valuation, and Economic Growth Effects Christopher R. Mann, Consultant, presiding Sponsored by Transportation and Economic Development Committee Analyzing House-Price Evolution to Understand a Deprived Area: Case Study of Northern Part of France ( ) - E01 Lucia Mejia-Dorantes, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany; Odile Heddebaut, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport; Hubert Jayet, University of Lille, France How Average Commuting Time Affects Housing Prices in Texas Suburban Cities ( ) - E03 Fengxiang Qiao and Ling Liu, Texas Southern University; Wen Long, University of Houston; Lei Yu, Texas Southern University Impact of Bus Rapid Transit and Metro Rail on Property Values in Guangzhou, China ( ) - E05 Deborah Salon, Western Washington University, Davis; Jingyan Wu, Seattle, Washington; Sharon Anne Shewmake, Vanderbilt University Transportation Infrastructure Investment and Economic Growth at MSA Level: Accounting for Spillover Effects ( ) - J04 Eirini Kastrouni, Xiang He, and Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park 331 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall West 2014: State of the ITS Industry Jane E. Lappin, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, presiding Sponsored by Intelligent Transportation Systems Committee Each year, leadership from state transportation, the U.S. Department of Transportation, the ITS business community, and a leading-edge ITS company address the TRB Annual Meeting with a preview of the issues, investments, and innovations that will influence the coming year. The 2014 research agenda promises to provide an interesting mix of connected, automated, and electric vehicles and new proposals for transportation legislation to succeed MAP-21. The Year Ahead for the ITS Business Community Scott F. Belcher, ITS America The Year Ahead for State Transportation Officials Kirk T. Steudle, Michigan Department of Transportation The Year Ahead for U.S. Department of Transportation ITS Program Kenneth Leonard, Research and Innovative Technology Administration The Road Ahead for Electric and Automated Vehicles Christopher Borroni-Bird, Qualcomm MON 97

100 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 332 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Virginia A Changing Landscape of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises Program Olivia Fonseca, Padilla and Associates, and Vivien Lattibeaudiere, Arizona Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) Committee 334 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Salon 1 Evaluation of Design Parameters and Their Influence on Asphalt Surface Characteristics Magdy Abdelrahman, North Dakota State University, presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Asphalt-Aggregate Combinations to Meet Surface Requirements Committee MON This interactive session explores issues for state and local agencies implementing the federal disadvantaged, minority, or women in business enterprise programs.discussion includes implications of recent legal challenges, how the U.S. Department of Transportation response to the Office of Inspector General report will affect state and local agencies, narrowly tailored programs based on disparity studies, responding to any overconcentration of DBE participation, subrecipient compliance, and business development programs. Panel Discussion David Keen, Keen Independent Research LLC; Martha Kenley, Federal Highway Administration 333 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Maryland C Emerging Professionals: Investing in Our Future, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 390) Jason D. Gregorie, Applied Building Sciences, and Lucy Phillips Priddy, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, presiding Sponsored by Young Members Council and Design and Construction Group Young Members Subcommittee This is the first of a two-part podium session presenting abstracts of ongoing work by young members (age 35 years and younger). The presentations reflect ongoing practices, case studies, and research across a wide range of transportation topics and TRB groups. Audience members are encouraged to provide constructive feedback to the authors in order to help develop these presentations into future full papers. Location-Based Social Networking Data: Exploration into Use of Doubly Constrained Gravity Model for Origin Destination Estimation Meredith Cebelak, University of Texas, Austin Spot Speed Measurements Using Mobile Device Applications Chandani Malla, South Carolina State University Toward a Social Psychology-Based Microscopic Model of Driver Behavior and Decision Making: Modifying Lewin s Field Theory Andrew Leo Berthaume, University of Massachusetts, Amherst User Behaviors on Regular and Electric-Assist Bicycles with Regard to Safety in an On-Campus Electric Bicycle Sharing System Brian Casey Langford, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Modeling Driver Behaviors in Freeway Work Zones Based on Field Theory Andrew Leo Berthaume, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Polishing of Carbonate Aggregates Used in Asphalt Pavement Surfaces Through Scaled Accelerated Trafficking ( ) Cristian Druta and Linbing Wang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; D. Stephen Lane and Kevin Kenneth McGhee, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research; Dong Wang, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute Toward Development of Asphaltic Materials to Resist Studded Tire Wear ( ) Haifang Wen and Sushanta Bhusal, Washington State University Evaluation of Bias in the Hamburg Wheel Tracking Device ( ) Scott Alan Schram, Iowa Department of Transportation Evaluation of Warm-Mix and Rubber-Modified Open-Graded Friction Course Test Sections Made Without Fibers in South Carolina ( ) Bradley J. Putman and Kimberly R. Lyons, Clemson University 335 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Delaware B Geosynthetics Yesterday, Today, and in the Future Burak Fevzi Tanyu, George Mason University, presiding Sponsored by Geosynthetics Committee and Physicochemical and Biological Processes in Soils Committee Geosynthetics: Product Evolution in Response to Designby-Function Approach Mark H. Wayne, Tensar Measurement of Geosynthetic Properties and Performance Sam Allen, Texas Research International Evolution in Design of Geosynthetics Ryan R. Berg, Ryan R Berg & Associates Inc. Evolution in Developing Appropriate Modeling of Geosynthetics Barry R. Christopher, Christopher Consultants FHWA s Perspective on Use of Geosynthetics for Transportation Infrastructure Daniel Enrique Alzamora, Federal Highway Administration Longevity of Geosynthetics in Transportation Infrastructure L. David Suits, North American Geosynthetics Society 98 98

101 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 336 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall East Infrastructure Corrosion, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 443) Yash Paul Virmani, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Corrosion Committee This session discusses corrosion issues related to prestressed seven-wire strands in pretensioned and posttensioned concrete bridge structures. Failure Projection of Corroding Posttensioning Tendons in Bridges William H. Hartt, Florida Atlantic University Assessment of Corrosion Effects in Prestressed Girders Using NDE and Protocol Development for Field Evaluation of Prestressed Concrete Bridge Members Nenad Gucunski, Rutgers University Inspection and Repair of Voids in Grouted Posttensioned Bridge Construction Stefan Hurlebaus, Texas A&M University Pregrouting Corrosion of Strands in Posttensioning Ducts Alberto A. Sagues, University of South Florida 337 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South MAP-21 Digital Project Delivery: Design Projects Danny L. Kahler, Kahler Engineering Group, presiding Sponsored by Application of Emerging Technologies to Design and Construction Committee; Project Delivery Methods Committee; Management of Quality Assurance Committee; and Utilities Committee Design Build Collaboration and Data Sharing Project Opportunities and Challenges Involving AMEC Projects Jeffrey R. Keaton, AMEC Environment and Infrastructure, Inc. Three-Dimensional Engineered Model Use Involving RDV Systems Projects Kevin Walter Stewart, InfraBIM Services LLC Three-Dimensional Engineered Model Use Involving Viasys Projects Jarkko Sireeni, Viasys Three-Dimensional Technology Applications and Lessons Learned at Wisconsin DOT South East Freeways Projects Involving Design, Field Inspection, and Construction As-builts Lance William Parve, Wisconsin Department of Transportation 338 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Maryland B Naturalistic Driving Data and Driver Behavior James Jenness, Westat Inc., presiding Sponsored by Vehicle User Characteristics Committee HOT TOPIC Using Naturalistic Driving Data to Characterize Driver Behavior in Freeway Shock Waves ( ) Indrajit Chatterjee and Gary A. Davis, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Using Naturalistic Driving Data to Investigate Light Vehicle and Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver Compensatory Behavior While Conversing on a Cell Phone ( ) Gregory M. Fitch, Kevin Grove, Richard J. Hanowski, and Miguel A. Perez, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute Factors Affecting Drivers Decisions to Use a Cell Phone: Implications from Naturalistic Study ( ) Huimin Xiong, Shan Bao, and James R. Sayer, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute Temporal Perspective on Individual Driver Behavior Using Electronic Records of Undesirable Events ( ) Oren Musicant, Hillel Bar-Gera, and Edna Schechtman, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel 339 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Delaware A Operations and Weather in Surface Transportation Kathy Ahlenius, Wyoming Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Surface Transportation Weather Committee HOT TOPIC Using Kriging Estimation to Enhance Climate Data for Transportation Asset Management ( ) Matthew Volovski, Tao Liao, and Samuel Labi, Purdue University Improving the Quality of Current and Forecast Weather Information Provided to Emergency Medical Services Responding to Motor Vehicle Crashes ( ) Marie Flanigan, Kevin Majka, and Alan Blatt, CUBRC, Inc.; Kunik Lee, Federal Highway Adminstration Dual Polarimetric Weather Radar and Crowd-Sourced Weather Observations for Managing Winter Operations ( ) Derrick Snyder, Kimberly Hoogewind, Michael Baldwin, Stephen Matthew Remias, Alexander Michael Hainen, and Darcy M. Bullock, Purdue University Modeling Weather Impacts on Traffic Operations: Implementation into Florida s Travel Time Reliability Model ( ) Zhuofei Li, Lily Elefteriadou, and Alexandra Kondyli, University of Florida Effects of Rain on Traffic Operations on Florida Freeways ( ) Michelle Angel and Thobias Sando, University of North Florida; Deo Chimba, Tennessee State University; Valerian Kwigizile, Western Michigan University 340 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Salon 3 Providing Leadership in Transportation Innovation Jeffrey F. Paniati, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Conduct of Research Committee and Technology Transfer Committee National leaders from the public and private sectors describe their visions of the future of transportation and what needs to be done to foster the innovations to make these visions a reality. Federal Highway Administration Perspective Victor M. Mendez, Federal Highway Administration State DOT Perspective Carlos Braceras, Utah Department of Transportation State DOT Perspective Barry Schoch, PennDOT Private Sector Perspective Ogi Redzic, Here (Nokia) MON 99

102 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 341 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Virginia B 343 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Maryland A MON Roadway Lighting: Technologies, Visibility, and Safety Wade Odell, Texas Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Visibility Committee This session includes papers describing new approaches and technologies for roadway lighting and the relationships between lighting, economics, and safety. Safety Evaluation of Highway Tunnel Port Illumination Transition Based on Visual Load ( ) Zhigang Du, Wuhan University of Technology, China Method for Road Lighting Audit and Safety Screening ( ) Matin S. Nabavi Niaki and Nicolas Saunier, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada; Luis Fernando Miranda-Moreno, McGill University, Canada; Luis Amador-Jimenez, Concordia University, Canada Economic and Technical Feasibility of LED Lighting on State Routes in Missouri ( ) Sean Schmidt and Suzanna Long, Missouri University of Science and Technology; Jennifer Harper, Missouri Department of Transportation Demonstration and Evaluation of New Approaches for Roundabout Lighting ( ) John D. Bullough, Jeremy D. Snyder, Nicholas P. Skinner, Rosa I. Capó, Patricia Rizzo, and Ute C. Besenecker, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 342 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall North Street Smart: Delivering Multimodal Arterial Performance Data Leslie N. Jacobson, Parsons Brinckerhoff, presiding Sponsored by Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations Committee Motivated by outcome-based planning that depends on continuous performance monitoring and facilitated by emerging technologies, agencies are seeking to better understand the performance of their arterial road networks. This session shares the experiences of agencies striving to deliver a steady stream of arterial performance data. Planning for Multimodal Arterial Performance Management Deena Platman, Portland Metro Demonstrating Multimodal Arterial Performance Data Collection Shaun Quayle, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Measures of Effectiveness and Performance Evaluation Procedures to Validate Traffic Signal Operational Objectives Douglas Gettman, Kimley-Horn & Associates, Inc. Capturing Pedestrian and Bicycle Counts in San Francisco Sean Co, Metropolitan Transportation Commission Surviving Challenges to and Improving Best Value Procurements Kurt Lawrence Dettman, Constructive Dispute Resolutions, presiding Sponsored by Contract Law Committee Panel Discussion Michael C. Loulakis, Capital Project Strategies, LLC; William H. Johnson, Kiewit Corporation; Megan O Callaghan, Ohio Department of Transportation 344 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Empire Advancements in Accelerated Bridge Construction Benjamin Beerman, FHWA Resource Center, presiding Sponsored by General Structures Committee; Accelerated Bridge Construction Subcommittee; Steel Bridges Committee; Concrete Bridges Committee; and Construction of Bridges and Structures Committee Decision Support Framework for Accelerated Bridge Construction ( ) Ossama Salem and Sudipta Ghorai, Syracuse University; Baris Salman, Middle East Technical University, Turkey Design of Ultra-High-Performance Concrete Waffle Deck for Accelerated Bridge Construction ( ) Sriram Aaleti, University of Alabama; Sri Sritharan, Iowa State University Concrete-Filled Steel Tubes for Accelerated Bridge Construction ( ) Max Taylor Stephens, Charles W. Roeder, and Dawn Lehman, University of Washington Precast Paving Notch System for Accelerated Bridge Repair: Development, Evaluation, and Implementation Yoon-Si Lee, Bradley University; Brent Matthew Phares, Iowa State University 345 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Hampton Commercial Space Transportation: From Research and Development to Reality Patti Grace Smith, Patti Grace Smith Consultants, LLC, presiding Sponsored by Intergovernmental Relations in Aviation Committee; Aviation System Planning Committee; and Airfield and Airspace Capacity and Delay Committee Perspectives of Commercial Spaceflight Foundation Michael Lopez-Alegria, Commercial Spaceflight Foundation Virgin Galactic: Revolutionary Suborbital and Orbital Space Transport A. C. Charania, Virgin Galactic Perspectives of NASTAR Center Brienna Henwood, National Aerospace Training and Research Center Perspectives of Space Florida Mark Bontrager, Space Florida

103 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 346 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Executive HOT TOPIC 349 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room HOT TOPIC Cost Recovery Strategies for Transportation Agencies: Protecting Transportation Infrastructure and Systems Through Financial Strength Rae Zimmerman, New York University, presiding Sponsored by Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Committee and Transportation Economics Committee Introduction to Transportation Infrastructure Cost Recovery Needs (P ) Rae Zimmerman, New York University Overview of the National Disaster Recovery Framework Yuko J. Nakanishi, Nakanishi Research & Consulting, LLC Cost Management and Cost Recovery: Current Practices in Traffic Incident Management and Planned Special Events Laurel J. Radow, Federal Highway Administration Quantifying Costs and Benefits of Disaster Mitigation Initiatives: Delaware DOT Assets Study Michael Kirkpatrick, Delaware Department of Transportation Using Benefit-Cost Analysis for Emergency Relief and Mitigation Decisions (P ) Nathaniel D. Coley, Federal Highway Administration 347 CM I :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Palladian Economic Deregulation of Airlines: A Promise Realized? John Werner Fischer, Consultant, and Robert M. Peterson, Boeing, presiding Sponsored by Aviation Economics and Forecasting Committee Economic Deregulation of American Commercial Passenger Aviation Kenneth Button, George Mason University Effects of Deregulation of the American Airline Industry William Swelbar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Passengers and Airline Deregulation William J. McGee, Journalist 348 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Diplomat Excellence in Intercity Passenger Rail Service: Best Practices from Around the World David Kutrosky, Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority, presiding Sponsored by Intercity Passenger Rail Committee Freight Transportation Disaster Preparation and Response, Part 2: Next Steps Emerging from Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Katrina, and Planned and Unplanned Closures on Inland Waterways (Part 1, Session 282) Anne Strauss-Wieder, A. Strauss-Wieder, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Logistics of Disaster Response and Business Continuity Task Force Addressing Port Disruptions and Business Continuity Bethann Rooney, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Role of Port Community Groups and MTS-RUs in Port Disruption Planning, Response, and Business Continuity Deborah Keller, Port of New Orleans Lessons Learned from Planned and Unplanned Inland Waterway Closures Alan Meyers, Parsons Brinckerhoff Rebuilding the Railroad After Katrina Rick L. Crawford, Norfolk Southern Corporation 350 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Ambassador Legacy and Future of Pavement Mechanistic- Empirical Design Trenton Clark, Virginia Asphalt Association, presiding Sponsored by Pavement Management Section; Design and Construction Group; Pavement Preservation Committee; Characteristics of Asphalt Materials Committee; Properties of Concrete Committee; and Soil and Rock Properties Committee Characterizing Traffic with Prep-ME Kelvin C. P. Wang, Oklahoma State University Characterizing Materials Harold L. Von Quintus, Applied Research Associates, Inc. Local Calibration: What Does It Take? Michael I. Darter, Applied Research Associates, Inc. Putting the Software to Work Clark Morrison, North Carolina Department of Transportation Looking Forward: Future Plans and Enhancements Judith B. Corley-Lay, North Carolina Department of Transportation MON Intercity Passenger Rail Best Practices Patricia Quinn, Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority; Kevin B. Page, Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation; David Kutrosky, Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority; Nigel Ash, Network Rail Consulting, United Kingdom TRB Annual Meeting Online TRB continues to implement measures to bring more of the TRB Annual Meeting to employees of TRB sponsor organizations, with an emphasis on those that face severe travel limitations. TRB Annual Meeting Online is a collection of information resources from the meeting, including visual aid presentations from more than 3,100 slide and poster presentations and the Compendium of Papers, with access to more than 2,400 papers. TRB Annual Meeting Online provides an enduring educational resource for Annual Meeting attendees and for the many transportation professionals around the world who were unable to attend. The resources are offered complimentary to Annual Meeting registrants and TRB year-round sponsors, and for a nominal fee to others. Visit TRB.org/AnnualMeeting in March to access TRB Annual Meeting Online. 101

104 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON 351 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Congressional Marine Highway Corridors Roberta E. Weisbrod, Sustainable Ports, presiding Sponsored by Ferry Transportation Committee; Marine Highways Joint Subcommittee; and Ports and Channels Committee Bringing the Midwest to the World: Marine Highway 55 Cheryl R. Ball, Missouri Department of Transportation; Kevin Schoeben, Illinois Department of Transportation Marine Highway for the Eastern Megapolis: Marine Highway 95 Edward Anthes-Washburn, New Bedford Harbor Development Commission Expanding Freight on Water: Lessons Learned Lauren Brand, Maritime Administration 352 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Regency Ballroom New Research on Inland Marine Transportation System Mark J. Carr, Channel Design Group, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Inland Water Transportation Committee and Agricultural Transportation Committee Transportation Rate Analysis: Gulf Intracoastal Waterway East, Arkansas River, and Red River ( ) Annie Protopapas, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Estimating Ship Travel Times on Inland Waterways ( ) Johannes Asamer and Matthias Prandtstetter, Austrian Institute of Technology Site Selection of Inland Waterway Service Area: Feasible Approach ( ) Liyuan Fan, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China; Shengdi Chen, Shanghai Maritime University, China; Jian Lu and Hezheng Bi, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China Development of Multimodal Transportation Resilience Planning Tool for Inland Waterway Transportation ( ) Heather Nachtmann, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Matthew Campo, Rutgers University; Jingjing Tong, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Jennifer Rovito and Henry J. Mayer, Rutgers University; Justin Chimka, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville New Approaches for Lock and Dam Maintenance Funding ( ) Annie Protopapas, Texas A&M Transportation Institute 353 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Georgetown East Advances in Geospatial Technology Applications in Transportation James P. Hall, University of Illinois, Springfield, presiding Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Applications Committee GIS Methodology to Map Routes from Truck Permit Database Utilizing Linear Reference System and Network Analysis ( ) Sinaya Dayan, Rahall Appalachian Transportation Institute; Andrew P. Nichols, Marshall University; Chih-Sheng Chou, Rahall Transportation Institute; Sanghong Yoo, West Virginia University; Tuan Nguyen and Eric Pennington, Rahall Appalachian Transportation Institute Accessible and Practical Geocoding Method for Traffic Collision Record Mapping: Quebec Case Study ( ) Shaun Burns, Luis Fernando Miranda-Moreno, and Joshua Stipancic, McGill University, Canada; Nicolas Saunier, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada; Karim Ismail, Carleton University, Canada Wisconsin High-Risk Rural Road GIS Data Integration and Risk Factor Analysis ( ) Qianwen Lu and Steven Parker, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Susie Forde, Wisconsin Department of Transportation; Bin Ran and David A. Noyce, University of Wisconsin, Madison Evaluation of Vehicle Positioning Accuracy by Using GPS- Enabled Smartphones ( ) Elena Yin, Pengfei Li, Jie Fang, and Tony Z. Qiu, University of Alberta, Canada 354 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, International West HOT TOPIC Framing a Vision for the Future of Our Nation s MPOs (Dialogue with the U.S. DOT Leadership) Polly Trottenberg, U.S. Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by TRB Executive Committee Members of U.S. Department of Transportation leadership team will join representatives from several metropolitan planning organizations to discuss strategies to improve the effectiveness of MPOs and to frame their vision for the future of MPOs nationwide. Following the panel discussion, attendees have the opportunity to participate in Q&A. Panelists Greg Nadeau, Federal Highway Administration; Therese W. McMillan, Federal Transit Administration; Jane D. Hayse, Atlanta Regional Commission; Michael Skipper, Nashville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization; Joel P. Ettinger, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council; Michael McKeever, Sacramento Area 355 CM I :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, International East Fuel Mandates and Policies: Where Are We? Robert E. Larson, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Energy Committee and Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies Committee California Low Carbon Fuel Standard: Progress and Outcomes Daniel Sperling, University of California, Davis Integrating Multimodal Transport in Cellulosic Biofuel Supply Chain Design Under Feedstock Seasonality ( ) Fei Xie and Yongxi Huang, Clemson University; Sandra Duni Eksioglu, Mississippi State University Regional Credit Trading: Economic and GHG Impacts of a National Low Carbon Fuel Standard ( ) Jonathan Rubin, University of Maine; Paul N. Leiby and Maxwell Leonard Brown, Oak Ridge National Laboratory European Fuel Quality Directive Peter Whitman, U.S. Department of Energy 356 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Lincoln West Improving the Quality of Rail Transit Operations Steven H. Abrams, Chicago Transit Authority, presiding Sponsored by Rail Transit Systems Committee Is This Seat Taken? Multifaceted Research Study to Inform Chicago Transit Authority s Future Rail Car Seating Design ( ) Tara O Malley and Maulik Vaishnav, Chicago Transit Authority

105 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Impacts of Real-Time Passenger Information Signs in Rail Stations at Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority ( ) William Chow and David Block-Schachter, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Samuel Hickey, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Improving Response to Unplanned Passenger Rail Disruption: New Method to Locate Rail-Replacement Bus Reserves ( ) Brendan Pender, Institute of Transport Studies, Australia; Graham Currie, Alexa Delbosc, and Nirajan Shiwakoti, Monash University, Australia Consumer Response to Service Interruption on Washington, D.C., Metro ( ) Richard Voith, Peter Angelides, and Adam Ozimek, Econsult Solutions, Inc :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 6 Communication Technology Usage and Rider Experience: Case Study of St. Louis Metro ( ) Sarah Windmiller, Georgia Institute of Technology; J. Todd Hennessy, Metro St. Louis; Kari Edison Watkins, Georgia Institute of Technology Customer Loyalty Differences Between Captive and Choice Transit Riders ( ) Jinhua Zhao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Valerie Webb, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority; Punit Shah, University of British Columbia, Canada Dissecting the Role of Transit Service Attributes in Attracting Commuters: Lessons from Comprehensive RP-SP Study on Commuting Mode Switching Behavior in Toronto, Canada ( ) Ahmed Osman Idris, University of British Columbia, Canada; Khandker M. Nurul Habib and Amer Shalaby, University of Toronto, Canada 359 CM I :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Jefferson East MON Framing U.S. Surface Transportation Research for the Future Laurie G. McGinnis, University of Minnesota, presiding Sponsored by Research and Education Section; Technical Activities Council; Policy and Organization Group; Conduct of Research Committee; Planning and Environment Group; Design and Construction Group; Operations and Preservation Group; Safety and System Users Group; Public Transportation Group; Rail Group; and Freight Systems Group Transportation leaders have questioned whether the current U.S. approach to surface transportation research will lead to innovations in services and policies needed to support national goals. TRB convened an expert committee to evaluate potential frameworks for U.S. surface transportation research based on experience in the transportation sector internationally and in nontransportation sectors domestically. This panel discusses the committee s recommended actions. Introduction Laurie G. McGinnis, University of Minnesota Study Recommendations Genevieve Giuliano, University of Southern California, Los Angeles; William Ball, Merriweather Advisors, LLC Reactions and Implications for the Future Alessandro Damiani, European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, Belgium; John Halikowski, Arizona Department of Transportation; Robert C. Johns, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center 358 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 5 Public Transportation Marketing and Customer Loyalty and Satisfaction Jeffrey Busby, TransLink, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Public Transportation Marketing and Fare Policy Committee Marketing Fixed-Route Transit to Seniors: Challenges and Recommendations ( ) Fabian Cevallos, Jon Ryan Skinner, Dennis P. McCarthy, and Albert Gan, Florida International University; Ann C. Joslin, University of South Florida Raising Public Health Issues to a Higher Level in the Transportation Sector Ed Christopher, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Environmental Justice in Transportation Committee; Health and Transportation Joint Subcommittee; Transportation and Sustainability Committee; Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee; and Traveler Behavior and Values Committee Panel Discussion: Perspectives on the Nexus Between Health and Transportation Richard Davey, Massachusetts Department of Transportation; Cheryl Bartlett, Massachusetts Department of Public Health; Michael P. Lewis, Rhode Island Department of Transportation; Lynn Peterson, Washington State Department of Transportation Transportation, Statewide Planning, and Health: Case Studies from Five States William M. Lyons, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center 360 CM I :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Georgetown West Residential Affordability, Access, and Mobility Carolyn McAndrews, University of Colorado, Denver, presiding Sponsored by Social and Economic Factors of Transportation Committee Automobile Ownership, Transit Accessibility, and Earnings: Evidence from Moving to Opportunity Experiment ( ) Michael Smart, Rutgers University; Evelyn Blumenberg, University of California, Los Angeles Suburbanization of the Poor: Does Access to Jobs Matter? ( ) Lingqian Hu, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Inaccessible Accessibility: Low-Income Movers and Barriers to the New American Dream ( ) Arlie Adkins, University of Arizona Investigating Locational Affordability: Housing Costs, Vehicle Costs, and Foreclosures ( ) Ann M. Hartell, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria 103

106 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 361 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Jefferson West 363 CM I :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 7 MON Safety Management Systems in Transit Tom Littleton, Federal Transit Administration, presiding Sponsored by Public Transportation Group The Federal Transit Administration is committed to enabling one of the nation s safest modes of travel to remain safe for today s riders and for generations to come. FTA intends to adopt safety management systems (SMS) as the new safety regulatory framework. SMS provide a structure for addressing expectations specified by Congress in MAP-21, focused on organizational safety policy, risk assessment, employee safety reporting, and identification of hazards, and addressing potential consequences :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 8 Seventh Annual Competition and Call for Communicating Concepts with John and Jane Q. Public Stephanie Camay, Parsons Brinckerhoff, and Terri Parker, Texas Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by Public Involvement in Transportation Committee and Planning and Environment Group Successfully Managing Innovation and Organizational Structure Changes: Lessons Learned Maureen L. Hammer, Virginia Department of Transportation, and Mary Taylor Raulerson, Kittelson & Associates, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Management and Productivity Committee Revisioning and Reorganizing the Largest Transport Research Institute in Europe: French Case Study Hélène Jacquot-Guimbal, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks Engaging Your Workforce to Innovate Nolan Ritchie, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Impacts of Participatory Strategic Planning on Advancing Innovation at Volpe Center ( ) Eran Segev, Joyce Chen, Brendan English, and Robert C. Johns, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Valley Metro Organizational Integration: Advancing the Future of Transportation in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area ( ) Carol L. Ketcherside, Valley Metro; Manasvi Menon, Parsons Brinckerhoff 364 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Lincoln East Transportation models are integral to the transportation industry. But how are the results of these complicated analyses communicated to stakeholders and the general public? To answer this question, the Seventh Annual John and Jane Public Competition sought transportation modeling communication best practices. This session highlights the top five entries that best communicate the results of transportation models and simulations and incorporate public input into these analyses. Competition Winner UDOT Goes Hollywood: New Animation Techniques Engage and Educate Public - K16 Adan Carrillo, Utah Department of Transportation; Beau Hunter, Intrepid; Mel Bodily, Avenue Consultants Competition Runners-up Interactive Travel Time and Housing Cost Map for San Francisco Bay Area- K17 David Ory, Metropolitan Transportation Commission The Big Move: Engaging the Public on a 25-Year Transportation Plan K18 Dina Graser, Metrolinx, Canada; Peter MacLeod, MASS LBP, Canada Honorable Mentions AWV Construction and Detour Simulation Tool - K19 Steve Johnson, Parsons Brinckerhoff Strategic Model Results in 3-D Using Google Earth K20 Premraj Dorai Rajoo, Sinclair Knight Merz, Australia Discounted Publications! Get 2009 volumes of Transportation Research Record and other books on sale for as little as $5 at the TRB Exhibit. Trends in U.S. Transportation Systems: Enhancing Economic Development Katherine F. Turnbull, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by Technical Activities Council National Trends in Transportation and Economic Development: View from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics Patricia S. Hu, Research and Innovative Technology Administration Railroads and Economic Development Deborah H. Butler, Norfolk Southern Corporation Metropolitan Planning and Economic Development Steve Heminger, Metropolitan Transportation Commission Airports, Airlines, and Economic Development James M. Crites, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport 365 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Crowd Dynamics: Empirical Analyses, Modeling, Simulation, and Management Majid Sarvi, Monash University, Australia, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee Modelling and Analysis of the Spiral Motion of Pedestrians via Cellular Automata ( ) - C07 Kenichiro Shimura and Stefania Bandini, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy; Katsuhiro Nishinari, University of Tokyo, Japan Dynamic Assignment in Microsimulations of Pedestrians ( ) - C08 Tobias Kretz, Karsten Lehmann, and Ingmar Hofsäss, PTV Group, Germany; Axel Leonhardt, PTV AG, Germany Heterogeneous Speed Profiles in Discrete Models for Pedestrian Simulation ( ) - C09 Stefania Bandini, Luca Crociani, and Giuseppe Vizzari, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy Large-Scale and Microscopic: Fast Simulation Approach for Urban Areas ( ) - C10 Gregor Lämmel, Armin Seyfried, and Bernhard Steffen, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany

107 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Pedestrians Route Choice Based on Friction Forces Assuming Partial and Full Environment Knowledge ( ) - C12 Bruno Rocha Werberich, Carlos Oliva Pretto, and Helena Beatriz Bettella Cybis, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Velocity Field Features of Massive Crowds in Love Parade 2010 Disaster ( ) - C13 Jian Ma, Southwest Jiaotong University, China; S. M. Lo, City University of Hong Kong 366 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Freeway Operations Tony Z. Qiu, University of Alberta, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Freeway Operations Committee Framework for Traffic Incident Management Program Planning and Assessment ( ) - B01 Xia Jin, Md. Sakoat Hossan, and Albert Gan, Florida International University; Dong Chen, Florida Department of Transportation Speed Pattern Analysis in the Proximity of Dynamic Message Signs Using a Driving Simulator ( ) - B02 Brittany Spell, Anam Ardeshiri, and Mansoureh Jeihani, Morgan State University Comparison of Instantaneous and Experienced Travel Time Using Point Detector Data and AVI Data ( ) - B03 Yan Xiao, Somaye Fakharian Qom, and Mohammed Hadi, Florida International University; Haitham M. Al-Deek, University of Central Florida Overview of Algorithms for Freeway On-ramp Merging Using Intelligent Vehicles ( ) - B04 Riccardo Scarinci and Benjamin G. Heydecker, University College London, United Kingdom Extracting Traffic Patterns from Loop Detector Data Using Multiple Change Point Detection ( ) - B05 Ming-Hsun Yang, Thuy T. B. Luong, and Will Recker, University of California, Irvine Development of Online Scalable Approach for Identifying Secondary Crashes ( ) - B06 Hong Yang, New York University; Kaan Ozbay and Ender Faruk Morgul, Rutgers University; Bekir Bartin, Istanbul Kemerburgaz University, Turkey; Kun Xie, New York University Microsimulation-Based Framework for Freeway Travel-Time Forecasting ( ) - B07 Bhargava Rama Chilukuri, Angshuman Guin, and Jorge Andres Laval, Georgia Institute of Technology Semi-Markov Stochastic Process for Primary and Secondary Incident Modeling ( ) - B08 ManWo Ng, Old Dominion University, Norfolk; Asad J. Khattak, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Wayne K. Talley, Old Dominion University, Norfolk Real-Time Queue-End Detection on Freeways with Floating-Car Data: Practice-Ready Algorithm ( ) - B09 Tu-Uyen Justine Dinh, Romain Billot, and Nour-Eddin El Faouzi, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks, France; Eric Pillet, Societé des Autoroutes Rhone-Alpes, France; Mainstream Traffic Flow Control at Sags ( ) - B10 Bernat Goni Ros, Victor L. Knoop, Bart van Arem, and Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Sensor Placement with Time-to-Detection Guarantees ( ) - B11 Saif Eddin Jabari and Laura Wynter, IBM Corporation Design of Efficient Emergency Response System to Minimize Incident Impacts on Highway Networks: Case Study for Maryland District 7 Network ( ) - B12 Hyeonmi Kim, Woon Kim, and Gang-Len Chang, University of Maryland, College Park; Steven M. Rochon, Maryland State Highway Administration Model-Based Estimation of Congestion-Related Travel Time Losses on Freeways ( ) - B13 Justin Geistefeldt and Sandra Hohmann, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Optimal Information Provision Strategies for Variable Message Signs ( ) - B14 Weili Sun, Beihang University, China; Henry X. Liu, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Ping Li and Hui Wang, Zhejiang University, China Approximating Incident Occurrence Time with Change-Point Latent Variable Framework ( ) - B15 Francisco C. Pereira, Lederman Oren, and Moshe E. Ben- Akiva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Xiangmin Li, William H. K. Lam, and Mei Lam Tam, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Critical Factors Affecting Nonrecurrent Congestion Caused by Freeway Accidents ( ) - B17 Younshik Chung, Korea Transport Institute 367 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Highway Capacity and Level of Service for Freeways and Arterials Zong Z. Tian, University of Nevada, Reno, presiding Sponsored by Highway Capacity and Quality of Service Committee Evaluation of 2010 Highway Capacity Manual Free-Flow Speed Prediction Model ( ) - A01 Ren Moses and Enock Thomas Mtoi, Florida A&M University - Florida State University; Eren Erman Ozguven, Florida State University Volume Delay Function for Motorways Taking the Impact of Trucks on Traffic Flow into Consideration ( ) - A02 Stephan Müller, German Aerospace Center; Christian Schiller, University of Technology Dresden, Netherlands Empirical Analysis of Lane Changing Behavior at a Freeway Weaving Section ( ) - A03 Florian Marczak, Université de Lyon, France; Winnie Daamen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Christine Buisson, Université de Lyon, France Comparison of Estimates of Travel Time Losses on High- Capacity Roads ( ) - A04 Boris Kasimir Jäggi, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich; Sandra Hohmann, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany; Kay W. Axhausen, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich; Justin Geistefeldt, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Traffic Congestion Evaluation Method for Urban Arterials: Case Study of Changzhou, China ( ) - A05 Daniel J. Sun, Jiaotong University, China Assessment of Level of Service on Freeways by Microscopic Traffic Simulation ( ) - A06 Justin Geistefeldt and Stefan Giuliani, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany; Peter Vortisch and Ulrike Leyn, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; Roland Trapp, Trier University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Fritz Busch, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany; Andrea Rascher and Nihan Celikkaya, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany (continued) MON 105

108 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON Session 367 (continued) New Methodology to Determine Work Zone Capacity Distribution ( ) - A07 Jinxian Weng and Xuedong Yan, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Development of Novice Driver Adjustment Factors for Capacity of Basic Roadway Segment ( ) - A08 Haifei Yang, Southeast University, China Method for Scenario Selection and Probability Adjustment for Reliability and Active Traffic Management Analysis in Highway Capacity Manual Context ( ) - A09 Seyedbehzad Aghdashi, Bastian J. Schroeder, and Nagui M. Rouphail, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Some Flow Features at Urban Expressway On-ramp Bottlenecks in Shanghai ( ) - A10 Jiaqi Hu, Jian Sun, and Li Zhao, Tongji University, China Traffic Stream Model Evaluation Under Inclement Weather Condition Through Fused Database Approach ( ) - A11 Soheil Seyyed Sajjadi, Florida Atlantic University; Bastian J. Schroeder and Nagui M. Rouphail, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Multilevel Analysis for Effect of Rainfall on Traffic Speed for Urban Roads ( ) - A12 ZhiHeng Lin, Zhaocheng He, and Wen-bo Sun, Sun Yat-sen University, China; Dong-ming He and Quan-Yun Zeng, South China Agricultural University Addressing Deficiencies in HCM Bike Level-of-Service Model for Arterial Roadways ( ) - A13 Theodore Anton Petritsch and Bruce W. Landis, Sprinkle Consulting Inc.; Tyrone Scorsone, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Microscopic Overtaking Gap Acceptance for Two-Lane Highways ( ) - A14 Amir H. Ghods and Frank Saccomanno, University of Waterloo, Canada Effect of Truck Lane Restrictions on Weaving Segments of Freeways ( ) - A15 Chad Ostrander, Dali Wei, Wesley Kumfer, and Hongchao Liu, Texas Tech University; Hao Xu, University of Nevada, Reno Influence of Memory on Road User Behavior: Case Study ( ) - A16 Nicola Berloco, Pasquale Colonna, Rita Alessandra Aquilino, and Vittorio Ranieri, Polytechnic University of Bari, Italy Impact of Modeling Parameters on HCM-Based Procedure to Estimate Reliability of Freeway Corridors ( ) - A17 Mohammed Hadi, Yan Xiao, Pei Hu, Amauris Ramirez, and Shaghayegh Shabanian, Florida International University 368 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Highway Safety Performance John J. Nitzel, CH2M Hill, presiding Sponsored by Highway Safety Performance Committee Novel Variable Speed Limit Control Strategy with Traffic State Prediction-Based Collision Probability Assessments ( ) - D01 Jie Fang, Md. Hadiuzzaman, Md. Ahsanul Karim, Ying Luo, and Tony Z. Qiu, University of Alberta, Canada Developing Crash-Conflict Model for Safety Performance Analysis and Estimation of Crash Modification Factors for Urban Signalized Intersections ( ) - D02 Usama Elrawy Shahdah and Frank Saccomanno, University of Waterloo, Canada; Bhagwant Persaud, Ryerson University, Canada Safety Influencing Factor Assessment of Expressway Exit Ramps in Shanghai ( ) - D03 Jian Sun, Jianbing Wang, and Jie Sun, Tongji University, China Methodology to Develop Collision Modification Functions with Full and Hierarchical Models ( ) - D04 Yongsheng Chen, City of Edmonton, Canada; Bhagwant Persaud, Ryerson University, Canada Statistical Characteristics of Wrong-Way Driving Crashes on Illinois Freeways ( ) - D05 Huaguo Zhou, Auburn University; Jiguang Zhao, CH2M Hill; Ryan Fries, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville; Mahdi Pour Rouholamin, Auburn University Development and Application of Guidance to Determine the Best Way to Customize the Highway Safety Manual for Virginia ( ) - D06 Young-Jun Kweon, In-Kyu Lim, Tracy L. Turpin, and Stephen Read, Virginia Department of Transportation Safety Performance Functions for Partial Cloverleaf On-ramp Loops for Michigan ( ) - D07 Elisha Jackson Wankogere, Valerian Kwigizile, and Jun-Seok Oh, Western Michigan University Safety Performance Function for Freeways Considering Interactions Between Speed Limit and Geometric Variables ( ) - D08 Md. Saidul Islam, John N. Ivan, Nicholas E. Lownes, Reda Ammar, and Sanguthevar Rajasekaran, University of Connecticut Sensitivity Analysis of Highway Safety Manual Calibration Factors Using Monte Carlo Simulation ( ) - D09 Vanvi Trieu and Seri Park, Villanova University; John McFadden, Federal Highway Administration Estimation of Safety Effect of Pavement Condition on Rural Two-Lane Highways ( ) - D10 Huanghui Zeng, University of Virginia; Michael Daniel Fontaine, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research; Brian Lee Smith, University of Virginia Calibration of Highway Safety Manual Predictive Methods for Rural Local Roads ( ) - E01 Xiao Qin and Chen Zhi, South Dakota State University; Kim Vachal, North Dakota State University Potential Crash Reduction Benefits of Shoulder Rumble Strips in Two-Lane Rural Highways ( ) - E03 Mubassira Khan, University of Texas, Austin; Ahmed Abdel- Rahim and Christopher J. Williams, University of Idaho Evaluating Safety Effects of Signal Improvements ( ) - E05 Grant G. Schultz, Ashley Dowell, Ryan Roundy, Mitsuru Saito, and C. Shane Reese, Brigham Young University Bayesian Methodology Incorporating Highway Safety Manual for Fitting and Updating Safety Performance Functions ( ) - E07 Shahram Heydari, University of Waterloo, Canada; Luis Fernando Miranda-Moreno, McGill University, Canada; Dominique Lord, Texas A&M University; Liping Fu, University of Waterloo, Canada Injury Severity Analysis of Crashes on Ramps and at Crossroad Ramp Terminals ( ) - E09 Srinivas Reddy Geedipally, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; James Bonneson, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.; Michael Paul Pratt, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Dominique Lord, Texas A&M University Comparison of Safety Evaluation Approaches for Intersection Signalization in Florida ( ) - E11 Jung-Han Wang and Mohamed A. Abdel-Aty, University of Central Florida Safety Evaluation of Hybrid Open Road Tolling Plazas ( ) - E13 Muamer Abuzwidah and Mohamed A. Abdel-Aty, University of Central Florida; Mohamed M. Ahmed, University of Wyoming Nuts and Bolts of Statewide Highway Safety Manual Calibration ( ) - E

109 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Henry Brown, Carlos Sun, and Praveen Edara, University of Missouri, Columbia Safety Performance for Roundabout Applications in Oregon ( ) - E17 Karen K. Dixon, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Jianfei Zheng, Oregon State University 369 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Ramp Metering Ioannis Papamichail, Technical University of Crete, Greece, presiding Sponsored by Freeway Operations Committee Evaluation of Heuristic Ramp Metering Coordination Installation at M1 M3 Freeway in Queensland, Australia ( ) - C14 Lachlan Faulkner, Frans Dekker, and David Gyles, Department of Transport and Main Roads, Australia; Ioannis Papamichail and Markos Papageorgiou, Technical University of Crete, Greece Impact of Mainline Demand Levels and Control Parameters on Multiobjective Optimization Involving Proactive Optimal Variable Speed Limit Control ( ) - C15 Md. Hadiuzzaman, Jie Fang, Cheng Lan, and Tony Z. Qiu, University of Alberta, Canada Integrated Approach Combining Ramp Metering and Variable Speed Limits to Improve Motorway Performance ( ) - C16 Duo Li, Prakash Ranjitkar, and Avishai Ceder, University of Auckland, New Zealand Coordinated Active Traffic Management Freeway Strategies Using Capacity-Lagged Cell Transmission Model ( ) - C17 Josep Maria Torne and Francesc Soriguera, Center for Innovation in Transport, Spain; Nikolas Geroliminis, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland Gap Metering for Active Traffic Control at Freeway Merging Sections ( ) - C18 Peter J. Jin, University of Texas, Austin; Jie Fang, University of Alberta, Canada; Michael DeGaspari and C. Michael Walton, University of Texas, Austin 370 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Research in Statistical Methods in Transportation Xiao Qin, South Dakota State University, presiding Sponsored by Statistical Methods Committee Spatiotemporal Analysis of Dynamic Origin Destination Data Using Latent Dirichlet Allocation: Application to Vélib Bikesharing System of Paris ( ) - E02 Etienne Côme, Andry Randriamanamihaga, and Latifa Oukhellou, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks Safety-Oriented Pavement Performance Thresholds: Multiobjective Optimization and Goal Programming Analysis ( ) - E04 Panagiotis Ch. Anastasopoulos, State University of New York, Buffalo; Venky N. Shankar, Pennsylvania State University Naïve Bayes Classifier Ensemble for Traffic Incident Detection ( ) - E06 Qingchao Liu and Jian Lu, Southeast University, China; Kangjia Zhao, National University of Singapore; Shuyan Chen, Southeast University, China Applying Generalized Waring Model for Investigating Sources of Variance in Motor Vélib Bikesharing System Vehicle Crash Analysis ( ) - E08 Yichuan Peng and Dominique Lord, Texas A&M University; and Yajie Zou, University of Washington Application of Hyper-Poisson Generalized Linear Model for Analyzing Motor Vehicle Crashes ( ) - E10 Seyed Hadi Khazraee, Texas A&M University; Antonio Jose Saez-Castillo, University of Jaen, Spain; Srinivas Reddy Geedipally, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Dominique Lord, Texas A&M University Effects of Lowering Speed Limits in Urban Areas: Bayesian Perspective ( ) - E12 Shahram Heydari, University of Waterloo, Canada; Luis Fernando Miranda-Moreno, McGill University, Canada; Liping Fu, University of Waterloo, Canada Examination of Poisson Inverse Gaussian Generalized Linear Regression Model for Analyzing Motor Vehicle Crash Data ( ) - E14 Liteng Zha and Dominique Lord, Texas A&M University; and Yajie Zou, University of Washington Improved Statistical Sampling Approach to Bayesian Inference of Damage in Truss Bridges Based on Vibration Measurements ( ) - E16 Wei Zheng, Jackson State University Latent Segmentation Generalized Ordered Logit Model to Examine Factors Influencing Driver Injury Severity ( ) - E18 Shamsunnahar Yasmin and Naveen Eluru, McGill University, Canada; Chandra R. Bhat, University of Texas, Austin; Richard Tay, La Trobe University, Australia 371 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Tort Liability in Transportation Robert J. Shea, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Tort Liability and Risk Management Committee; Emerging Technology Law Committee; and Transportation Law Committee Positive Externalities from Active Car Safety Systems: New Justification for Car Safety Regulations ( ) - C01 Andreas Matthes, Dresden University of Technology, Germany Probation Model with Alcohol Interlocks: Pilot Study ( ) - C02 Jennifer Bogner, Kuratorium fur Verkehrssicherheit; Birgit Oburger, Austrian Road Safety Board Tort Liability Risk Prioritization Through the Use of Fault Tree Analysis ( ) - C03 Lee L. Tupper, Mashrur A. Chowdhury, and Julia Sharp, Clemson University Limitations of Public Interest Litigation as Vehicle for Advancing Road Safety in India ( ) - C04 Girish Agrawal, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi Disabled and Abandoned Vehicle Incidents: Governing Laws, Literature, and Survey from Different States ( ) - C05 Deo Chimba and Boniphace Kutela, Tennessee State University; Gary Ogletree and Frank Horne, Tennessee Department of Transportation Faulty Reasoning: Navigating the Intelligent Transportation Systems Liability Quagmire ( ) - C06 Jaimee Lederman and Brian D. Taylor, University of California, Los Angeles MON 107

110 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 372 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer 374 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer MON Advanced Analysis of Flexible Pavements and Performance Marta Juhasz, Alberta Transportation, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Flexible Pavement Design Committee Evaluation of Warm-Mix Asphalt Performance in Florida ( ) - 09 Bouzid Choubane, Sanghyun Chun, Hyung Suk Lee, Patrick B. Upshaw, James Greene, and Abdenour Nazef, Florida Department of Transportation Numerical Study of Damage in Bridge Surfacing Structures by Five-Point Bending Tests ( ) - 10 Jinlong Li, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Rapid Algorithm for Considering Nonlinear Material Response of Flexible Pavement Layers for Prediction of Pavement Distress ( ) - 11 Cesar Tirado, Mehran Mazari, Cesar Carrasco, and Soheil Nazarian, University of Texas, El Paso Reliability-Based Mechanistic-Empirical Flexible Pavement Design ( ) - 12 Sheng Hu, Fujie Zhou, and Tom Scullion, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Joe Leidy, Texas Department of Transportation Prediction of Asphalt Pavement Temperature Profile Using Finite Control Volume Method ( ) - 17 Mohammad Zia Alavi, Mohammad Reza Pouranian, and Elie Y. Hajj, University of Nevada, Reno Structural Characteristics of Aged Asphalt Concrete Pavements ( ) - 18 Farhana Rahman, Seattle University; Jeremiah Thomas and Mustaque Hossain, Kansas State University; Greg Schieber, Kansas Department of Transportation 373 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Current Environmental Issues in Marine Transportation Carl James Kruse, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by Marine Environment Committee Innovative Analysis Approaches to Concrete Pavement Bouzid Choubane, Florida Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Rigid Pavement Design Committee; Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Construction Committee; and Pavement Management Section Active Crack Control for Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavements in Belgium Through Partial Surface Notches ( ) - 19 Dongya Ren and Lambert Houben, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Luc Rens, Federation of the Belgian Cement Industry; Anne Beeldens, Belgian Road Research Center Flexural Capacity of Full-Depth and Two-Lift Concrete Slabs with Recycled Aggregates ( ) - 20 Alexander Sebastian Brand, Armen N. Amirkhanian, and Jeffery R. Roesler, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Load Transfer Characteristics of Precast Portland Cement Concrete Panels for Airfield Pavement Repairs ( ) - 21 Lucy Phillips Priddy, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center; David W. Pittman, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Gerardo W. Flintsch, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University New and Innovative Concrete Pavements Using Structural Dome Formwork System ( ) - 27 Aleks Kivi, Applied Research Associates, Inc., Canada; Susan Louise Tighe, University of Waterloo, Canada; David Hein, Applied Research Associates, Inc., Canada Accelerated Fatigue Damage of Rigid Pavement Overlying Subsurface Void: Computational Analysis ( ) - 28 Nicholas Andres Brake, Lamar University Evaluation of Stiffness of Thin Asphalt Interlayer Under Continuously Reinforced Concrete Slab for Thermal Stress Calculation ( ) - 29 Tatsuo Nishizawa, Ishikawa National College of Technology, Japan 375 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Stormwater Treatment Strategy for Port Pavement Runoff ( ) - 05 Michael Thompson, Liv Haselbach, and Cara Poor, Washington State University Sustainable Watershed Management Principles Within Panama Canal Watershed ( ) - 06 Daniel Cain and Frank Falcone, Villanova University; Emilio Messina, Panama Canal Authority; Seri Park, Villanova University Ship Emissions Inventory and Social Cost in Shanghai Yangshan Port ( ) - 07 Su Song, Young Crane Consulting, China Maritime Infrastructure: Funding, Performance, and Economic Impacts Mihalis M. Golias, University of Memphis, presiding Sponsored by Ports and Channels Committee Optimal Site and Capacity of Avoidance Area in Long Single- Line Channel of Coastal Bulk Cargo Ports ( ) - 01 Wenyuan Wang, Guolei Tang, and Yun Peng, Dalian University of Technology, China Developing Measures of U.S. Port Productivity and Performance: Using Data Envelopment Analysis and Free Disposal Hull Approaches ( ) - 02 Evangelos I. Kaisar, Florida Atlantic University Developing Single Window for Ports of Adriatic Sea ( ) - 03 Dimitrios A. Tsamboulas, Athanasios Ballis, and Iosif Karousos, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Tariff Regulations in Major Ports: Case of India ( ) - 04 Ganesh Radhakrishnan and Poojan Paresh Chokshi, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

111 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 376 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer 378 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Pavement Condition Evaluation: New Approaches Abbas Ahmad Butt, Engineering Systems, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Pavement Monitoring and Evaluation Committee Pavement Raveling Detection and Measurement from Synchronized Intensity and Range Images ( ) - 22 Senthan Mathavan, ASML Netherlands BV; Mujib Rahman, Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom; Khurram Kamal, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia; Martyn Stonecliffe- Jones, Jacobs-Babtie, United Kingdom Prevalence of Dynamic and Nonlinear Pavement Response in Falling-Weight Deflectometer Tests of LTPP Sections ( ) - 23 Karim Chatti and Imen Zaabar, Michigan State University Evaluation System of Pavement Transverse Deformation Based on AASHTO PP69-10 with 1-mm Three-Dimensional Pavement Surface Model ( ) - 24 Shi Qiu, Kelvin C. P. Wang, Allen Zhang, and Qiang Li, Oklahoma State University; Mike Moravec, Federal Highway Administration High-Quality Rutting Measurements on Hot-Mix Asphalt Pavements: Data Requirements and Algorithms ( ) - 25 Amy Simpson and Gonzalo R. Rada, AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc.; Beth Visintine, North Carolina State University, Raleigh; Jonathan Greoger, MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Inc.; Nastaran Saadatmand, Federal Highway Administration Assessing Surface Texture and Pavement Performance Using Three-Dimensional Parameters from Photometric Stereo Technique ( ) - 26 Qingfan Liu and Ahmed Shalaby, University of Manitoba, Canada 377 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Strength and Deformation Characteristics of Pavement Sections Charles W. Schwartz, University of Maryland, presiding Sponsored by Strength and Deformation Characteristics of Pavement Sections Committee Performance Predictions of Rutting for NCAT Test Track ( ) - 13 Andrew T. LaCroix, InstroTek, Inc.; Y. Richard Kim, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Review of Minimum Thickness Department of Defense Criteria for Concrete Pavements Supporting F 15 and C 17 Aircraft ( ) - 14 Alessandra Bianchini and Carlos Gonzalez, U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station; Walter R. Barker, Consultant Combined Effect of Tire Contact Pressure and Longitudinal Grade on Interface Shear Stress of HMA Overlay over Ballast Concrete ( ) - 15 Guangming Wang, Dennis A. Morian, and Douglas Frith, Quality Engineering Solutions, Inc.; Hao Wang, Rutgers University Investigation of Transverse Wheel Wander Using Monte Carlo Simulation ( ) - 16 Raj Siddharthan, Xiaoshu Tan, and Elie Y. Hajj, University of Nevada, Reno Advances in Travel Survey Methods Jimmy I. Armoogum, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks, presiding Sponsored by Travel Survey Methods Committee Comparison of Advanced GPS Data Imputation Algorithms for Detection of Transportation Mode and Activity Episode ( ) - J15 Tao Feng and Harry J. P. Timmermans, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands I Can t Believe Your Attitude: Eliciting Attitudes and Beliefs Through Best-Worst Scaling and Jointly Estimating Their Impact on Electric Vehicle Choice ( ) - J17 Matthew John Beck, John Matthew Rose, and Stephen P. Greaves, University of Sydney, Australia Establishing Linkages Between Online Activity and Car Use: Evidence from Combined Travel Diary and Online-Activity Pseudo-Diary Data Set ( ) - J19 Scott Le Vine, Charilaos Latinopoulus, and John W. Polak, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Integrating Online Travel Survey into Transit Website Journey Planner: Approach and Lessons ( ) - K01 Lorelei Schmitt, Monash University, Australia; Sally Harris, Public Transport Victoria, Australia; Graham Currie, Monash University, Australia Herding Tigers: Lessons Learned from California Household Travel Survey ( ) - K02 Cheryl Stecher, Franklin Hill Group; Sarah Chesebro, California Department of Transportation; Yongping Zhang, Southern California Association of Governments Using Big Data for Travel Demand Modeling: Comparison of Targeted Marketing, Census, and Household Travel Survey Data ( ) - K03 Josephine D. Kressner and Laurie A. Garrow, Georgia Institute of Technology Utilizing Automatically Collected Smart Card Data to Enhance Travel Demand Surveys ( ) - K04 Laura Riegel, IBI Group; John Attanucci, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Household-Level Comparison of Targeted Marketing Data and Self-Reported Survey Data ( ) - K05 Josephine D. Kressner, Margaret Carragher, and Kari Edison Watkins, Georgia Institute of Technology Imputing Trip Purposes for Long-Distance Travel with Traditional Survey Data or Passively Collected Spatial- Temporal Data ( ) - K06 Yijing Lu and Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park Anonymous Cell Phone Based Large-Scale Origin Destination Data Collection: Case Studies in China ( ) - K07 Jie Fang, University of Alberta, Canada; Weiyi Qiu, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Meigen Xue, Shanghai Research Institute of Urban Construction and Communications, China; Tony Z. Qiu, University of Alberta, Canada Web App Design to Implement Travel Behavioral Nudging Using Moves ( ) - K08 Brittany Welsh and Timothy Baird, University of British Columbia, Canada; Jinhua Zhao and David Block-Schachter, Massachusetts Institute of Technology New Survey Methodology: Measuring Traveler Awareness, Use, and Response to Real-Time Travel Information with Pulse Surveys ( ) - K09 Chloe Ritter, Resource Systems Group, Inc.; Elizabeth R. Greene, Resource Systems Group, Inc; Margaret Petrella, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (continued) MON 109

112 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON Session 378 (continued) Discovery and Partial Correction of Travel Survey Bias Using Subway Smart Card Transactions ( ) - K10 Timothy Spurr, Agence Metropolitaine de Transport, Canada; Robert Chapleau and Daniel Piché, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada Smartphone-Based Travel Survey Trial Conducted in Kumamoto, Japan: Examination of Voluntary Participants Attributes ( ) - K11 Takuya Maruyama and Shoshi Mizokami, Kumamoto University, Japan; Eiji Hato, University of Tokyo, Japan Development of Online Diary for Longitudinal Travel and Activity Surveys ( ) - K12 Stephen P. Greaves, Adrian B. Ellison, Richard B. Ellison, and Christopher Standen, University of Sydney, Australia Intercept or Internet: Survey Modes for Measuring Vehicle Miles of Travel ( ) - K13 Gian-Claudia Sciara, Kristin Lovejoy, and Susan L. Handy, University of California, Davis Washington State Commute Trip Reduction Survey and Its Applications ( ) - K14 Ryan Patrick Avery, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc.; Youssef Dehghani, Parsons Brinckerhoff Using Synthetic Population Generation to Replace Sample and Expansion Weights in Household Surveys for Small Area Estimation of Population Parameters ( ) - K15 Konstadinos G. Goulias and Srinath Ravulaparthy, University of California, Santa Barbara; Karthik Charan Konduri, University of Connecticut; Ram M. Pendyala, Arizona State University Comparison of Self-Reported to Network-Calculated Trip Distances for California Add-on to 2009 National Household Travel Survey ( ) - K16 Deborah Salon, University of California, Davis Differences in Cell-Phone-Only Households in Large Versus Small Metropolitan Areas: Evidence from Oregon ( ) - K17 Matthew Palm, Oregon State University Travel Mode Imputation Using GPS and Accelerometer Data from a Multiday Travel Survey ( ) - K18 Joseph Broach, Nathan Winslow McNeil, and Jennifer Dill, Portland State University Measuring Travel Characteristics of a University Population: Experiences from Design and Administration of Web-Based Travel Survey ( ) - K19 Sarah Elia Volosin and Ram M. Pendyala, Arizona State University; James Kerrigan and Elizabeth R. Greene, Resource Systems Group, Inc.; Vladimir Livshits and Jothan Samuelson, Maricopa Association of Governments Evaluating Future Mobility Survey: Preliminary Comparison with Traditional Travel Survey ( ) - K20 Carlos Carrion, Francisco C. Pereira, and Rudi Ball, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Fang Zhao, SMART- FM, Singapore; Youngsung Kim and Kalan Nawarathne, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Naijia Zheng, National University of Singapore; P. Christopher Zegras and Moshe E. Ben-Akiva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 379 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Applications of Artificial Intelligence Mashrur A. Chowdhury, Clemson University, presiding Sponsored by Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications Committee Dynamic Travel Time Prediction Using Genetic Programming ( ) - H07 Mohamed Elhenawy, Hao Chen, and Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Fuzzy-Based Customer Clustering Approach with Hierarchical Structure for Logistics Network Optimization ( ) - H09 Yong Wang, Chongqing Jiaotong University, China; Xiaolei Ma and Yunteng Lao, University of Washington; Maozeng Xu, Jiaotong University, China; Yinhai Wang, University of Washington Genetic Algorithm Design for Signal Control in Urban Transportation Networks ( ) - H11 Ali Hajbabaie, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Development of Expert System for Effective Countermeasure Identification at Rural Unsignalized Intersections ( ) - H13 Rebecca Frey, Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson; Ardeshir Faghri and Mingxin Li, University of Delaware Fuzzy-Linear Programming Approach for Estimating Turning Movement Volumes at Intersections ( ) - H15 Al-Sayed Al-Sobky and Mohamed El Esawey, Ain Shams University, Egypt Fast Multiobjective Optimization of Transportation Networks Based on Machine Learning and Gaussian Processes ( ) - H17 Raphael Ali Francis Lamotte and Ciprian Alecsandru, Concordia University, Canada Probabilistic Trajectory Prediction in Intelligent Driving ( ) - H19 Xiaoxin Fu, Yongheng Jiang, Geng Lu, and Jingchun Wang, Tsinghua University, China Brain Computer Interface Application in Smart Vehicle Design ( ) - J14 Ye Sun, Abidemi Bolu Ajiboye, Brian Murphy, and Xiong Yu, Case Western Reserve University Artificial Intelligence Approach to Modeling Travel Mode Switching in a Dynamic Behavioral Process ( ) - J16 Liang Tang, Chenfeng Xiong, and Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park Near-Road PM2.5 Concentration Estimation Using Artificial Neural Network Approach ( ) - J18 Dao-Zheng Zhang and Yue Yu, Jiaotong University, China; Zhong-Ren Peng, University of Florida Neural Cellular Automata Model of Heterogeneous Traffic Flow at Shared Lanes of Signalized Intersections ( ) - J20 Chen Chai and Yiik Diew Wong, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

113 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 380 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center HOT TOPIC 381 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Developments in Active Transportation: Meeting the Challenges of Demand for Data in Bicycle and Pedestrian Fields Elizabeth Stolz, Sprinkle Consulting Inc., presiding Sponsored by Highway Traffic Monitoring Committee; Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee; and Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee The growth of active transportation monitoring has led to the need to accurately measure bicycle and pedestrian volumes. This session presents recent work in the field of data collection, demand estimation, behavior and route choice, and extrapolation from limited ground counts to systemwide usage. Adaptation and Implementation of a System for Collecting and Analyzing Cyclist Route Data Using Smartphones ( ) - G03 Stewart Jackson and Luis Fernando Miranda-Moreno, McGill University, Canada; Yannick Roy, City of Montreal, Canada; Colin Rothfels, Consultant Analysis and Planning of Bicycle Parking for Transport Interchanges ( ) - G05 David Arbis, Taha Hossein Rashidi, Vinayak V. Dixit, and Upali Vandebona, University of New South Wales, Australia Estimating Daily Bicycle Volumes Using Manual Short Duration and Automated Continuous Counts ( ) - G07 Sherry Ryan, Bruce Appleyard, Caleb Schroeder, and Andrew Prescott, San Diego State University Comparison of Nonmotorized and Motorized Traffic Patterns ( ) - G09 Krista Nordback, Portland State University; Kowat Bahrami and Wesley Marshall, University of Colorado, Denver Impact of Climate Change on Bicycle Count ( ) - H12 Zia Wadud, University of Leeds, United Kingdom Using Gradient Boosting Machines to Predict Bikesharing Station States ( ) - H14 Robert Regue and Will Recker, University of California, Irvine Institutionalizing Bicycle and Pedestrian Monitoring Programs in Three States: Progress and Challenges ( ) - H16 Greg Lindsey, University of Minnesota; Krista Nordback and Miguel Figliozzi, Portland State University Pedestrian Detection and Real-Time Performance Measures at Intersections ( ) - H18 Ajith Muralidharan, Sensys Networks, Inc. Automated Classification in Traffic Video at Intersections with Heavy Pedestrian and Bicycle Traffic ( ) - H20 Sohail Zangenehpour and Luis Fernando Miranda-Moreno, McGill University, Canada; Nicolas Saunier, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada Visit the Exhibits to see a variety of transportation-related products and services showcased by commercial organizations and TRB Sponsors; for Exhibitor Listings and Floor Plans, see pages Innovations in Vehicle Detection Wiley Cunagin, Atkins, presiding Sponsored by Highway Traffic Monitoring Committee Detector-Error Screening Algorithm Based on Temporal and Spatial Information ( ) - E01 Yang (Carl) Lu, Xianfeng Yang, and Gang-Len Chang, University of Maryland, College Park Quality Diagnosis of Sensor Flow Data on a Freeway Network ( ) - E02 Zhe Sun and Wen-Long Jin, University of California, Irvine; ManWo Ng, Old Dominion University, Norfolk Integration of Weigh-in-Motion and Inductive Signature Technology for Advanced Truck Monitoring ( ) - E03 Sarah Vavrik Hernandez, Yeow Chern Andre Tok, and Stephen G. Ritchie, University of California, Irvine High-Speed Evaluation of Wireless Magnetometer Vehicle Matching Speed Estimation ( ) - E04 Stephen Matthew Remias, Alexander Michael Hainen, Hayley Summers, and Darcy M. Bullock, Purdue University Process to Determine Motorcycle Count Locations ( ) - E05 Dan Middleton and Srinivas Reddy Geedipally, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Robert A. Scopatz, VHB Inc. Comparison of Video- and Radar-Based Vehicle Detection ( ) - E06 Kelvin Roberto Santiago-Chaparro, Madhav V. Chitturi, Andrea R. Bill, and David A. Noyce, University of Wisconsin, Madison Software-Based Vehicle Reidentification Using Existing Loop Infrastructure ( ) - E07 Jaimyoung Kwon and Karl Petty, Iteris, Inc. Optimization-Based Queue Estimation on an Arterial Traffic Link with Measurement Uncertainties ( ) - E08 Leah Anderson, University of California, Berkeley; Edward S. Canepa, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia; Roberto Horowitz, Christian G. Claudel, and Alexandre Bayen, University of California, Berkeley Prototype of Video-Based Vehicle Classification System Using Vision-Based Axle Detection ( ) - E09 Zhuo Yao, Heng Wei, Xinhua Xiao, Hao Liu, and Hui Ren, University of Cincinnati Reidentification of Trucks Based on Axle Spacing Measurements to Facilitate Analysis of Weigh-in-Motion Accuracy ( ) - E10 Mecit Cetin, Old Dominion University, Norfolk; Andrew P. Nichols, Marshall University; Chih-Sheng Chou, Rahall Transportation Institute Vehicle Length Measurement and Classification in Congested Freeway Traffic ( ) - F02 Lan Wu and Benjamin Coifman, Ohio State University Vehicle Detector Evaluation Based on Traceability and Confidence Interval Concepts ( ) - F04 Jinhwan Jang, Korea Institute of Construction Technology Estimating Vehicle Speed with Embedded Inertial Sensors ( ) - F06 Eyal Levenberg, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Extending GIS-Based Time-Geographic Approach to Evaluate Missing Activity Locations ( ) - F08 Mark W. Horner and Brandon Zook, Florida State University; Joni A. Downs, University of South Florida MON 111

114 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON 382 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Preparing for MAP-21: Measuring Travel Time and Travel Time Reliability Karl Petty, Iteris, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee; Highway Traffic Monitoring Committee; and Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee HOT TOPIC Because of the recent mandates in MAP-21, there is an increasing interest at the agency level in the accurate measurement and estimation of travel time and travel time reliability. This session covers research into the measurement, modeling, and prediction of travel time and travel time reliability from different sensor sources; methods to detect and filter outlier data; and assessment of overall system data quality. Evaluation of Freeway Sensor Placement Based on Aggregation of Cellular Probe System and Loop Detectors ( ) - B01 Shanglu He, Wei Wang, Jian Zhang, Fengping Zhan, and Bin Ran, Southeast University, China New Methods for Quality Assessment of Real-Time Traffic Information ( ) - B03 Gerhard Huber and Klaus Bogenberger, University of the German Federal Armed Forces, Munich; Robert Lawrence Bertini, Portland State University Recursive-Bayesian Inference Model for Dynamic Travel Time Estimation Using Fusion of Simulated Loop Detector and Probe Data ( ) - B05 Cui Mengying, Kai Liu, and Jin Chen, Dalian University of Technology, China Distribution-Free Travel Time Reliability Estimation Using Hasofer Lind-Rackwitz Fiessler Algorithm ( ) - B07 Shu Yang, University of Arizona; Arif Malik, Saint Louis University; Yao-Jan Wu, University of Arizona Agent-Based Modeling Approach to Predict Experienced Travel Times ( ) - B09 Hao Chen and Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Urban Arterial Road Travel Time Variability Modeling Using Burr Regression ( ) - B11 Susilawati Susilawati, Padang Polytechnic, Indonesia; Michael Taylor and Sekhar Venkata Chandra Somenahalli, University of South Australia Application of Finite Mixture of Regression Model with Varying Mixing Probabilities to Urban Arterial Travel Time Estimation ( ) - B12 Peng Chen, Nagoya University, Japan; Kai Yin, Texas A&M University; Jian Sun, Tongji University, China Enhanced Travel Time Outlier Filter for Real-Time Applications ( ) - C02 Yaxin Hu and Bruce Hellinga, University of Waterloo, Canada Highway Versus Urban Roads: Analysis of Travel Time and Variability Patterns Based on Facility Type ( ) - C04 M. Anil Yazici and Camille Kamga, City College of New York; Kaan Ozbay, Rutgers University Stochastic Volatility Modeling Approach to Account for Uncertainties in Travel Time Reliability Forecasting ( ) - C06 Yanru Zhang and Ali Haghani, University of Maryland, College Park; Ranye Sun, Texas A&M University, College Station Novel Three-Stage Framework for Short-Term Travel Time Prediction Under Normal and Abnormal Traffic Conditions ( ) - C08 Fangce Guo, Rajesh Krishnan, and John W. Polak, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Retrieving Dynamic Origin Destination Matrices from Bluetooth Data ( ) - C10 Gabriel Michau, Alfredo Nantes, and Edward Chung, Queensland University of Technology, Australia; Pierre Borgnat and Patrice Abry, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France Framework to Predict Freeway Traffic Speed in Snowy Weather: Integration of Historical and Real-Time Patterns ( ) - C12 Eunbi Jeong and Cheol Oh, Hanyang University, South Korea; Youngho Kim and Jisun Lee, Korea Transport Institute; Soyoung Jung, Hanyang University, South Korea Virtual Sensors: Web-Based Real-Time Data Collection Methodology for Transportation Operation Performance Analysis ( ) - H01 Ender Faruk Morgul, Rutgers University; Hong Yang, New York University; Abdullah Kurkcu, Kaan Ozbay, and Bekir Bartin, Rutgers University; Camille Kamga, City College of New York; Richard Salloum, Nokia Assessment of Speed Information Based on Probe Vehicle Data: Case Study in New Jersey ( ) - H03 Kitae Kim, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Dennis Motiani, New Jersey Department of Transportation; Lazar N. Spasovic, Branislav Dimitrijevic, and Steven I-Jy Chien, New Jersey Institute of Technology Link and Route Travel Time Prediction Including Corresponding Reliability in an Urban Network Based on Taxi Floating-Car Data ( ) - H05 Mirsad Tulic and Dietmar Bauer, Austrian Institute of Technology; Wolfgang Scherrer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria 383 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Traffic Data Analysis for Quality and Effectiveness Peter Keen, Digital Traffic Systems, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Highway Traffic Monitoring Committee Concepts are introduced for improving data program relevance through new algorithms and processes. Methods are presented for evaluating, editing, analyzing, and accessing traffic data collected from various data acquisition sources. Impact of Freeway Grade on Private-Sector Travel Time Data Bias ( ) - F01 Sampson Kwasi Asare, University of Virginia; Michael Daniel Fontaine, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research Establishment of Statewide Axle Load Spectra Data for Texas Mechanistic-Empirical Flexible Pavement Design Using Cluster Analysis ( ) - F03 Jeongho Oh, Korea National University of Transportation; Lubinda F. Walubita, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Brett Haggerty and Joe Leidy, Texas Department of Transportation Traffic Missing Data Completion with Spatial-Temporal Correlations ( ) - F05 Huachun Tan and Wu Yuankai, Beijing Institute of Technology, China; Jianshuai Feng, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Wuhong Wang, Beijing Institute of Technology, China; Bin Ran, University of Wisconsin, Madison Semiautomated Tool for Extraction of Microlevel Traffic Data from Videographic Survey ( ) - F07 Caleb Ronald Munigety, Vivek Vicraman, and Tom V. Mathew, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

115 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Second-Order Models and Traffic Data from Mobile Sensors ( ) - F09 Benedetto Piccoli, Istituto per le Aplicazioni del Calcolo M. Picone, Italy; Ke Han, T. L. Friesz, and Tao Yao, Pennsylvania State University Framework to Evaluate Performance of Bias Correction to Vehicle Counts for Freeway Traffic Surveillance ( ) - F10 Kwangho Kim, University of California, Berkeley Development of Traffic Factors for Rigid Pavement Design in MEPDG and Comparison with Factors Developed for Flexible Pavement Design ( ) - G01 Derong Mai, Rod E. Turochy, and David H. Timm, Auburn University Methods of Weigh-in-Motion System Accuracy Assessment ( ) - G02 Janusz Gajda, Piotr Andrzej Burnos, Piotr Piwowar, Ryszard Sroka, Marek Stencel, and Tadeusz Zeglen, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland Identification of Network Sensor Locations for Traffic Flow Estimation ( ) - G04 Senlai Zhu, Lin Cheng, and Zhaoming Chu, Southeast University, China Comprehensive Traffic Data Quality Examination Tool: WisTransPortal V-SPOC Quality Assurance Quality Control Enhancement ( ) - G06 Xuan Shi, Steven Parker, and Yang Cheng, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Jie Fang, University of Alberta, Canada; Bin Ran and David A. Noyce, University of Wisconsin, Madison Raising the Speed Limit from 75 to 80 mph on Utah Rural Interstate: Effects on Vehicle Speeds ( ) - G08 Wen Hu and Anne T. McCartt, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Application of Seasonal Adjustment Factors to Subsequent Year Data ( ) - G10 Harshad R. Desai, Tallahassee, Florida; Wiley Cunagin, Atkins; Kevin Cunagin and Denise M. Hoyt, Pavement Analytics LLC; Richard Lowell Reel and Steven John Bentz, Florida Department of Transportation 384 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Travel Characteristics Past, Present, and Future: Communicating Information Derived from National Household Travel Survey, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 244) Thera Black, Thurston Regional Planning Council, presiding Sponsored by Understanding New Directions for the National Household Travel Survey Task Force Investigation into use of the National Household Travel Survey reveals a wide range of innovative applications of interest to planners, modelers, and researchers. It also points to the need for better communication of the value of this important data set. Part 2 of this two-part series features invited presentations, showcasing not only their resourceful approaches for using NHTS data but also their ability to use visualization tools to effectively communicate the value of these data. Defining Long-Distance Travel and Implications for Travel Forecasting and Travel Survey Collection ( ) - J02 Jeffrey J. LaMondia, Auburn University; Lisa Aultman-Hall, University of Vermont Exploring Relationship Between Online Shopping and Shopping Trips: Analysis with 2009 NHTS Data - J03 Xiaokun (Cara) Wang and Yiwei Zhou, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Trip Purpose Estimation for U.S. Urban Travel: Model Development, NHTS Add-on Data Analysis, and Model Transferability Across Different States ( ) - J04 Yijing Lu and Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park Regional-Level Analysis of School Commute in San Diego County - J05 Swati Pande, University of California, Berkeley Investigating Impacts on Mode Choice of Built Environment via GIS Visual Tools and Spatial Discrete Model: Comparisons Between Rural and Urban Contexts - J06 Yiyi Wang, Montana State University, Bozeman; Patrick Tracy McGowen, Western Transportation Institute Using 2009 National Household Travel Survey Add-on Data to Conduct Origin Destination Flow Analysis: Case Study of Transportation Planning Applications for Syracuse Metropolitan Planning Organization - J07 Ho-Ling Hwang and Daniel W. Wilson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Timothy Reuscher, MacroSys Research and Technology; Shih-Miao Chin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Angel A. Canales, New York State Department of Transportation What Affects the Number of Nonwork Intervening Stops in Commute Tours? - J08 Haofei Liu, University of California, Los Angeles Use of 2001 and 2009 NHTS Data to Visualize Impact of Great Recession on Pickup Truck Travel Across the United States - J09 Chris Lynn Simek, Texas Transportation Institute Visualizing Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Patterns Using GIS and NHTS 2009 Data - J10 Drusilla van Hengel, Alta Planning + Design National Household Travel Survey and Census Transportation Planning Products: Value of Combining Both for Transportation Applications - J11 Liang Long, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.; Elaine Murakami, Federal Highway Administration; Alan E. Pisarski, Consultant Using NHTS Data to Support Transportation Agency Disaster Management Capabilities - J12 Karl Kim, Pradip Pant, and Eric Yukio Yamashita, University of Hawaii, Manoa National Household Travel Survey 2009 Transferability Data Set - J13 Theresa Firestine, Jeffery L. Memmott, and Peg Young, Bureau of Transportation Statistics MON Continuing Education Credits Nationally recognized Professional Development Hours (PDHs) may be claimed for attending the TRB Annual Meeting. Each hour of participation earns one (1) PDH; attendees must maintain their own records of attendance using the form on page 15. The American Planning Association (APA) program to certify Continuing Maintenance (CM) credits for retaining American Institute of Certified Planners certification (AICP) are available for sessions noted in this Final Program and in the Interactive Program. 113

116 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 385 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center HOT TOPIC Urban Transportation Data Frontiers: New Uses and Applications Catherine Theresa Lawson, State University of New York, Albany, presiding Sponsored by Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee and Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee Data-Driven Geospatial-Enabled Transportation Platform for Freeway Performance Analysis ( ) - D10 Sa Xiao, University of Washington; Xiaoyue (Cathy) Liu, University of Utah; Yinhai Wang, University of Washington Current Practice of Acquiring Public Road Inventory Data in the United States ( ) - D12 Yuxiao Zhou, Jackson State University; Yan Qi, University of Montana; Feng Wang and James Fairly, Jackson State University 386 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 3 MON Transportation has always been a data-rich environment. Now technological advances in storage, retrieval, algorithm development, and integration are opening up new lines of research and the development of cutting-edge applications. Topics covered in this poster session include new uses of big data, rail model calibration, freeway performance analysis, automated bottleneck detection, new approaches to data archiving, uses of the General Transit Feed Specification, and much more. Novel Approach for Analysis of Weather, Signal, and Recurrent Congestion Impacts on Urban Delay ( ) - C01 M. Anil Yazici and Camille Kamga, City College of New York; Yohan Urie, Ecole Nationale des Travaux Publics de l Etat, France Relationship Between Travel-Related Feelings, On-Trip Activities, and Use of Different Transport Means in Urban Areas ( ) - C03 Marco Diana, Politecnico di Torino, Italy Automated Congestion Bottleneck Identification for MAP-21 Performance Measure Reporting Using Large Statewide Speed Data Sets ( ) - C05 John Wikander, William L. Eisele, and David Lynn Schrank, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Arriving Next on Track 1: Online Geospatial Transit Performance Data Archive ( ) - C07 Jonathan Makler, Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium; Morgan Harvey, Portland State University; Steve Callas, Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon; Kristin A. Tufte and Ryan Peterson, Portland State University Large-Scale Intelligent Transportation System Traffic Detector Data Archiving ( ) - C09 Tao Qu, Steven Parker, Yang Cheng, Bin Ran, and David A. Noyce, University of Wisconsin, Madison Time-Space Diagram Revisited ( ) - D02 Afian Anwar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Wei Zeng, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich Applying General Transit Feed Specification to Low- and Middle-Income Cities: Experiences in Mexico City and Beyond ( ) - D04 Emily Eros, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Shomik Raj Mehndiratta, World Bank; P. Christopher Zegras, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Maria Catalina Ochoa, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute Rail Transit Assignment Model Calibration Using Automated Fare Collection Data and Parallel Genetic Algorithm ( ) - D06 Wei Zhu, Ruihua Xu, and Yueping Jiang, Tongji University, China Stretching Scarce Dollars Through Streamlined Processes and Partnerships: Prototype Implementation for Unified, Intelligent, and Sustainable Geolocation Process for Roadway Incidents ( ) - D08 Ilir Bejleri and Daniel Brown, University of Florida Access Management Manual and Application Guidelines J. L. Gattis, University of Arkansas, presiding Sponsored by Access Management Committee Learn about the latest guidance on access management and new tools for practitioners. This session highlights the results of two major access management projects completed in 2013: NCHRP Project 15-43, second edition of the TRB Access Management Manual (AMM2); and NCHRP Project 03-99, Access Management Application Guidelines (AMAG). Overview of Second Edition of Access Management Manual Kristine M. Williams, University of South Florida; Vergil G. Stover, Texas A&M University Access Management Application Guidelines Tools and Resources Karen K. Dixon, Texas A&M Transportation Institute 387 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall West HOT TOPIC Automation in Road Transportation: Government Research Programs from the United States, European Union, and Japan Jane E. Lappin, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, presiding Sponsored by Intelligent Transportation Systems Committee and Vehicle-Highway Automation Committee The promise and challenge of increasing levels of vehicle automation are affecting government road transportation research investments in Japan, the European Union, and the United States. Government research issues include infrastructure connectivity, environmental impact, safety, and mobility. Speakers will describe their ministry s current activities and future plans for research on automation in road transport. European Commission Wolfgang Hoefs, European Commission Directorate General for Communication Japan Yasuhiro Okumira, Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism U.S. Department of Transportation Brian P. Cronin, Research and Innovative Technology Administration U.S. Department of Energy Levi Tillemann, U.S. Department of Energy

117 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 388 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland A Data Aspects of Vehicle Automation Bryant Walker Smith, Stanford Law School, presiding Sponsored by Emerging Technology Law Committee HOT TOPIC Panel Discussion Stephen Wood and Dana Sade, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; Scott McCormick, Connected Vehicle Trade Association; James T. Esselman, Federal Highway Administration; Frank Douma, University of Minnesota; Bryant Walker Smith, Stanford Law School 389 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South Dialogue with Leaders in Design and Construction of Transportation Facilities Thomas J. Kazmierowski, Golder Associates Ltd., Canada; Cheryl Allen Richter, Federal Highway Administration; and Mohammad Shamim Khan, Professional Service Industries, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Design and Construction Group; Pavement Management Section; and Concrete Materials Section The Design and Construction Group s honorary forum recognizes distinguished experts who have demonstrated career-length participation in the work of the Transportation Research Board and a record of significant research contribution to the transportation research community in general. Honorees will present a career overview within their technical area of expertise and their vision for the future. History and Future Research Needs for Pavement Systems Ernest J. Barenberg, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Ensuring Quality in a Fast-Paced World Donald A. Streeter, New York State Department of Transportation 390 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland C Emerging Professionals: Investing in Our Future, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 333) Jason D. Gregorie, Applied Building Sciences, and Lucy Phillips Priddy, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, presiding Sponsored by Young Members Council and Design and Construction Group Young Members Subcommittee This is the second of a two-part podium session presenting abstracts of ongoing work by young members (age 35 years and younger). The presentations reflect ongoing practices, case studies, and research across a wide range of transportation topics and TRB groups. Audience members are encouraged to provide constructive feedback to the authors in order to help develop these presentations into future full papers. Nonlinear Winkler Modeling of the Seismic Response of Semigravity Retaining Walls Chad William Harden, Michael Baker Corporation Water Taxis of the World: Overview of Waterborne Land Use Connectors Peter Costa, CHS Consulting Group Performance Check for Pedestrian Crossing Sight Distance at Roundabouts Jeffrey C. Chang, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Highway Work Zone Safety: Life-Cycle Analysis Behzad Esmaeili, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Identification and Characterization of PM2.5 and VOC Emission Hot Spots on an Arterial Corridor Integrating Probe Vehicle, Traffic, and Land Use Data Katherine E. Bell, Portland State University 391 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Delaware B Geosynthetic-Reinforced Soil for Bridge Applications Jennifer E. Nicks, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Geosynthetics Committee and Foundations of Bridges and Other Structures Committee National Implementation and Research for Geosynthetic- Reinforced Soil-Integrated Bridge Structure Technology Daniel Enrique Alzamora and Michael T. Adams, Federal Highway Administration Sheffield Project Design for Massachusetts Department of Transportation Rich Tobin, GEI Consultants Inc. Contractor Experience with Geosynthetic-Reinforced Soil Abutments Colby Barrett, GeoStabilization International Design and Performance of First Geosynthetic-Reinforced Soil- Integrated Bridge Structure on the National Highway System James B. Higbee, Utah Department of Transportation 392 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 1 Moisture Damage Characterization of Hot- and Warm-Mix Asphalt Niki Kringos, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Asphalt-Aggregate Combinations to Meet Surface Requirements Committee Durability of Asphalt Mixtures Exposed to Long-Term Moisture Conditioning ( ) Alex K. Apeagyei, James Grenfell, and Gordon Airey, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Influence of Air Void Content on Moisture Damage Susceptibility of Asphalt Mixtures: Computational Study ( ) Aikaterini Varveri, TU Delft, Netherlands; Stavros Avgerinopoulos, De Montfort University, United Kingdom; Cor Kasbergen and Athanasios Scarpas, TU Delft, Netherlands; Andrew Collop, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Performance-Based Moisture Susceptibility Evaluation of Warm- Mix Asphalt Concrete Through Laboratory Tests and Digital Imaging Analyses ( ) Jong-Sub Lee and Y. Richard Kim, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Novel Method to Evaluate Moisture Susceptibility and Rutting Resistance of Asphalt Mixtures Using Hamburg Wheel Tracking Test ( ) Fan Yin and Edith Arambula, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Robert Leonard Lytton, Amy Epps Martin, and Lorena Garcia Cucalon, Texas A&M University MON 115

118 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 393 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall North HOT TOPIC 395 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Virginia A MON National Performance Measures for Highway Safety: Roundtable Discussion Francine Shaw Whitson, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Safety Section and Transportation Policy Section This session is structured as a town hall meeting on implementation issues concerning safety performance measures and safety target setting. U.S. DOT staff will present information on safety target-setting requirements in MAP-21, including the NHTSA Interim Final Rule as well as practices and methodologies, including a compendium of current state target-setting practices. Panelists will be available to answer questions from the audience on a range of safety performance management issues. Panel Discussion Peter J. Stephanos, Robert Ritter, and Francine Shaw Whitson, Federal Highway Administration; Kristen Allen, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 394 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall East Operations Center of Excellence for National Transportation System Management and Operations John M. Corbin, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations Committee Transportation System Management and Operations (TSM&O) has emerged as a core business area of state transportation agencies. In the process, a clear need has been identified for the development of an efficient portal for knowledge transfer, outreach, training, and community dialogue. The concept of an Operations Center of Excellence (OCE) has emerged out of a series of recent activities sponsored by SHRP 2, FHWA, AASHTO, and other associations. The session will include a presentation of the current OCE concept and implementation approach with comments from key players. NCHRP Operations Center of Excellence Report Summary Stephen C. Lockwood, Parsons Brinckerhoff AASHTO Operations Center of Excellence Business Plan Lance A. Neumann, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Observations and Comments Douglas E. Noble, Institute of Transportation Engineers; Thomas Kern, ITS America; Jeffrey A. Lindley, Federal Highway Administration Employment Opportunities Visit the Marriott, Madison B to match job seekers with opportunities. Reuse of Bridge and Other Structural Foundations Silas C. Nichols, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Soil and Rock Properties Committee Evaluating Foundations for Reuse: Looking Ahead Benjamin Rivers, Federal Highway Administration Issues of Risk and Liabilities Relating to Reuse of Existing Foundations Dan Brown, Dan Brown and Associates Reuse of Structural Foundations: Engineering and Program Management Considerations Jerry Anthony DiMaggio, Transportation Research Board Testing and Modeling of Pile and Shaft Foundations for Reuse Michael C. McVay, University of Florida Potential of Structural Identification Method for Reusing Existing Bridge Foundations Ahmet Emin Aktan, Drexel University Load Rating of Pile-Supported Bridges Pamela Moore, GCI Incorporated Panel Discussion Benjamin Rivers, Federal Highway Administration; Dan Brown, Dan Brown and Associates; Jerry Anthony DiMaggio, Transportation Research Board; Michael C. McVay, University of Florida; Ahmet Emin Aktan, Drexel University; Pamela Moore, GCI Incorporated 396 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Virginia B Safety and Behavioral Impacts of Roadway Visual Information Cathy Satterfield, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Visibility Committee and Vehicle User Characteristics Committee The papers in this session describe research to assess the influence of visual information (e.g., signals, delineation, and the ambient environment) on driving and perceptual responses. Evaluating Unfamiliar Driver Visual Behavior on Horizontal Curves Using Driver Fixation Heat Maps ( ) Bradford K. Brimley and Paul J. Carlson, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; H. Gene Hawkins, Texas A&M University Human Perceptions of Vehicle Turning Intention: Overall Performance and Contributory Factors ( ) Andrew Hamilton and Ben Waterson, University of Southampton, United Kingdom; Ian Snell, Siemens AG, United Kingdom Investigating Relationship Between Luminous Intensity, Optical Power, and Discomfort Glare of Rapid-Flashing Traffic Control Devices ( ) James Robertson and Kay Fitzpatrick, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Distracted Driving, Inattentional Blindness, and Analysis of Failed Pedestrian Detection ( ) Justin M. Ericson, Melissa R. Beck, Scott A. Parr, and Brian Wolshon, Louisiana State University

119 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 397 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Delaware A Safety and Weather in Surface Transportation Gabriel Numa Guevara, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Surface Transportation Weather Committee HOT TOPIC 399 CM I :45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Shoreham, Hampton Commodity Flow Survey: Preliminary Data from 2012 Survey, Experiences, and Applications Donald B. Ludlow, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Freight Transportation Data Committee Strategic Environmental Sensor Station Location Determination Method Based on Weather-Related Crash Data for Road Weather Information System ( ) Peter J. Jin, University of Texas, Austin; Andrew Walker, AECOM; Meredith Cebelak, C. Michael Walton, and Essam Nassar, University of Texas, Austin Weather-Based Safety Analysis for Effectiveness of Rural Variable Speed Limit Corridors ( ) Promothes Saha and Rhonda Kae Young, University of Wyoming Judgment of Appropriate Speed and Driving Behavior with Different Road Surface Conditions in Curve Sections ( ) Kazunori Munehiro, Tetsuya Takada, Hiroyuki Kageyama, Naoto Takahashi, and Tateki Ishida, Civil Engineering Research Institute for Cold Region, Japan Modeling Impacts of Weather Conditions in Agent-Based Transport Microsimulations ( ) Alexander Stahel, Francesco Ciari, and Kay W. Axhausen, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich Data-Driven Method for Assessing Resilience of European Passenger Transport Network During Extreme Weather Events ( ) Evangelos Mitsakis and Iraklis Stamos, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Greece; Stephan Kral, Finnish Meteorological Institute; Claus Doll, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany; Marko Nokkala, VTT Technical Research Centre, Finland; Josep Maria Salanova Grau and Georgia Aifadopoulou, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Greece 398 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland B HOT TOPIC Statistical Challenges in the Analysis of Naturalistic Driving Data Paul P. Jovanis, Pennsylvania State University, presiding Sponsored by Safety and System Users Group; Safety Section; and Statistical Methods Committee Importance of Facilitating Comparisons Across Studies When Screening Naturalistic Driving Study Data for Crash Surrogates Kun-Feng Wu, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan Moving from Events to Stories: Capturing Context with Analysis of Continuous Data John D. Lee, University of Wisconsin, Madison Challenges in Analysis of Naturalistic Driving Data to Understand Safety Carol A. Flannagan, University of Michigan What Do You See? Understanding Naturalistic Data Before the Inferential Analysis Linda Ng Boyle, University of Washington This session presents and discusses the preliminary estimates from the 2012 CFS including the weighting methodology employed to produce them. Modifications to the 2012 CFS questionnaire will be discussed as well as future milestones and the expected release dates for upcoming products from the 2012 CFS. The development and possible release of a public use microdata file from the 2012 CFS along with a proposed schedule for the release of data will be presented. Preliminary Data from 2012 Commodity Flow Survey and Modifications to the Survey Ronald J. Duych, U.S. Department of Transportation Can This Be True? Possible Release of 2012 CFS Public Use Microdata File William Davie, Bureau of the Census Navigating Census Bureau s American FactFinder to Discover CFS Data Andy Hait, Bureau of the Census Applications of the Commodity Flow Survey for Freight Planning Michael J. Fischer, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. New Uses and Applications of CFS Data Catherine Theresa Lawson, State University of New York, Albany 400 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Shoreham, Executive Design and Maintenance Considerations for Loads in Railroad Track David D. Davis, Transportation Technology Center, Inc., and Huseyin Boler, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, presiding Sponsored by Railroad Track Structure System Design Committee and Railway Maintenance Committee Case Study Load Environment of Insulated Rail Joints Muhammad Akhtar, Transportation Technology Center, Inc. Evaluation of Dynamic and Impact Wheel Load Factors and Their Application for Design ( ) Brandon James Van Dyk, Marcus S. Dersch, J. Riley Edwards, Conrad Ruppert, and Christopher P. L. Barkan, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Load and Tamping Impact on Ballast Degradation Samuel Caleb Douglas, Union Pacific Railroad Effect of Moisture on Engineering Characteristics of Fouled Ballast ( ) Timothy Light and Carlton L. Ho, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Ryan S. Lambert, Langan Engineering & Environmental Services Mechanistic Behavior of Concrete Crosstie Fastening System Rail Pad Assemblies ( ) Thiago Bizarria do Carmo, J. Riley Edwards, Ryan Gene Kernes, Christopher P. L. Barkan, and Bassem Andrawes, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign MON 117

120 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 401 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Shoreham, Regency Ballroom Freight Rail Operations Research George Avery Grimes, Patriot Rail Corporation, presiding Sponsored by Freight Rail Transportation Committee and Railroad Operating Technologies Committee 403 CM I :45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Shoreham, Congressional Interaction of Short-Term Decision Making and Long-Term Aviation Planning Pam Keidel-Adams, Kimley-Horn and Associates, presiding Sponsored by Intergovernmental Relations in Aviation Committee MON This session presents freight rail operations research papers submitted during the past year. Challenges Raised by Freight for Operations Planning of Shared-Use Rail Network: French Perspective ( ) Camille Morvant, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks Assessment of Capacity Charges for Shared-Use Rail Lines ( ) Yung-Cheng Lai, Yi-Ju Lin, and Yu-Fang Cheng, National Taiwan University Assignment of Freight Shipment Demand in Congested Railroad Networks ( ) Taesung Hwang and Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Planning Location and Capacity for Multiple Types of Locomotive Maintenance Shops ( ) Weijun Xie and Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Kamalesh Somani, CSX Transportation, Inc. Rail Preservation and Economic Development Activities of Local Rail Planning Districts in Texas ( ) Curtis A. Morgan and Jeffery E. Warner, Texas A&M Transportation Institute 402 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Shoreham, Ambassador Innovations in Geometric Design of Horizontal Curves Ivette Cruzado, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, presiding Sponsored by Geometric Design Committee Stopping Sight Distance and Horizontal Sightline Offsets at Horizontal Curves ( ) Jonathan Sayre Wood and Eric T. Donnell, Pennsylvania State University Superelevation Design for Sharp Horizontal Curves on Steep Grades ( ) Darren John Torbic, MRIGlobal; Eric T. Donnell, Sean N. Brennan, and Alexander Brown, Pennsylvania State University; Mitchell Kent O Laughlin and Karin M. Bauer, MRIGlobal Horizontal Clearance Offsets to Objects Higher Than Sightlines ( ) Timur Mauga, United Arab Emirates University Reliability Approach to Horizontal Curve Design ( ) Scott C. Himes, VHB Inc.; Eric T. Donnell, Pennsylvania State University Addressing Future Challenges: Cooperative Regional Airport Planning in the San Francisco Bay Area Kristi McKenney and Anne Henny, Port of Oakland Interconnectivity of Regional Airspace Design and Airfield Investments Lee Merry Brown, Landrum & Brown Inc. Regional Air System Planning in the Washington Baltimore Area Richard I. Roisman, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board Overview of Federal Aviation Administration Regional Airspace Programs Kent Duffy, Federal Aviation Administration Federal Aviation Administration Initiatives Related to Metroplex Airspace and Airport Planning Kent Duffy, Federal Aviation Administration 404 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Shoreham, Diplomat Mind the Gap: Addressing Airfield and Airspace Capacity Research Needs Eugene Gilbo, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, presiding Sponsored by Airfield and Airspace Capacity and Delay Committee Estimating Approach Path Coverage of Aircraft-Derived Meteorological Sensor Data in Advanced Air Traffic Management Applications ( ) Laurence Audenaerd, MITRE Corporation Impact of Operational Flight Predictability on Airline Fuel Cost ( ) Mark Hansen and Lu Hao, University of California, Berkeley; Megan Smirti Ryerson, University of Pennsylvania; Michael Seelhorst, University of California, Berkeley Congestion Mitigation at John F. Kennedy International Airport: Potential of Schedule Coordination ( ) Alexandre Jacquillat, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Analysis of Airport Surface Operations: Case Study of Atlanta Airport ( ) Saba Neyshabouri and Lance Sherry, George Mason University Estimating Airspace Capacity Based on Risk and Control Strategies Husni Idris, Engility Corporation Plan to attend the TRB 94th Annual Meeting January 11 15,

121 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 405 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Shoreham, Palladian 408 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, Lincoln East Moving U.S. Agricultural Commodities to Trade Gateways for Exports: Challenges and Opportunities Caroline Mays, Texas Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Agricultural Transportation Committee Improving Agricultural Logistics as Conditions Change Paul H. Bingham, CDM Smith Agricultural Shipper Perspective on Transportation Constraints to Agriculture Exports Peter Friedmann, Agriculture Transportation Coalition Impacts of Panama Canal Expansion on U.S. Cotton Exports Flynn Adcock and Parr Rosson, Texas A&M University U.S. Department of Agriculture Perspective on Transportation Constraints to Agriculture Exports John Adam Sparger, U.S. Department of Agriculture Midwest Shippers Association Perspective Bruce Abbe, Midwest Shippers Association 406 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Shoreham, Empire Multihazard Assessment and Design of Bridges Jamie Ellen Padgett, Rice University, presiding Sponsored by Structures Section; General Structures Committee; and Seismic Design and Performance of Bridges Committee This session addresses issues central to multihazard bridge performance including the development of design principles and risk assessment tools that are required to realize multihazardresilient bridges. Invited speakers discuss the trade-offs and synergies in design for multiple hazards, reliability and risk assessment of bridge performance under multiple threats, and design approaches to achieve performance targets for bridges exposed to multiple hazards throughout their lifetime. Recent Studies on AASHTO LRFD Extreme Event Design Limit State George C. Lee, State University of New York, Buffalo Design of Concrete-Filled FRP Tube Bridge Columns for Multihazard Resilience Arash Esmaili Zaghi, University of Connecticut Reliability-Based Vulnerability Assessment of Highway Bridges Under Multiple Extreme Events Azadeh Alipour, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Multihazard ABC Scan Tour: Outcomes and Insights on State of the Practice and Needs Dan Tobias, Illinois Department of Transportation 407 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Seaport Shutdowns: Recovery Lessons Learned from Private Industry Scudder Smith, Parsons Brinckerhoff, presiding Sponsored by Intermodal Freight Transport Committee Viewpoint of Shipping Agency Jason Kelly, Moran Shipping Agency Viewpoint of Industry Stakeholder Kristin Meira, Pacific Northwest Waterways Association Viewpoint of Carrier Anne Marie Kappel, World Shipping Council Viewpoint of Logistics Provider Fred Johring, Golden State Logistics Bicycle and Pedestrian Counts, Factoring, and Forecasting: Employment in Diverse Applications Elizabeth Stolz, Sprinkle Consulting Inc., presiding Sponsored by Highway Traffic Monitoring Committee; Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee; and Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee Increasing numbers of entities require bicycle and pedestrian count data to inform decisions regarding policy, resource allocation, and infrastructure investment. The amount of data being collected is increasing, aided by automated counting equipment. However, challenges remain in the areas of data collection, factoring of data to standardize counts, and delivery of data to decision makers, planners, and the public. This session examines some of the tools developed to address these issues. Estimation of Annual Average Daily Bicycle Traffic Using Adjustment Factors ( ) Mohamed El Esawey, Ain Shams University, Egypt Estimating Spatially and Temporally Continuous Bicycle Volumes Using Sparse Data ( ) C. Alec Gosse and Andres Clarens, University of Virginia Automated Analysis of Pedestrians Nonconforming Behavior and Data Collection at Urban Crossings ( ) Mohamed H. Zaki and Tarek Sayed, University of British Columbia, Canada Methodology to Characterize Ideal Short-Term Counting Conditions and Improve AADT Estimation Accuracy Using Regression-Based Correcting Function ( ) Miguel Figliozzi, Pamela Johnson, Justin Willard, Christopher M. Monsere, and Krista Nordback, Portland State University Creating Bicycle Count Data Clearinghouse for Los Angeles County, California ( ) Herbie Huff and Madeline Brozen, University of California, Los Angeles 409 CM I :45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, Jefferson East Challenges in Maintaining Quiet Streetcar and Light- Rail Systems Shankar Rajaram, ATS Consulting, presiding Sponsored by Transportation-Related Noise and Vibration Committee; Light Rail Circulator Systems Subcommittee; and Rail Transit Infrastructure Committee How to Reduce Corrugation Impacts in Embedded Tracks William H. Moorhead, TRAMMCO LLC Challenges for Track and Vehicle Maintenance on Streetcar Systems Gordon Bachinsky, Advanced Rail Management Rail Grinding and Maintenance Practices for Streetcar Trackwork Robert Harris and Charles Rudeen, Loram Maintenance of Way Inc. Low Noise and Vibration Streetcar Vehicle Design John Smatlak, Interfleet Technology Inc. Design Constraints for Mitigating Noise and Vibration from Streetcar Operations Steven Wolf, ATS Consulting MON 119

122 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 410 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall :45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, Georgetown East HOT TOPIC MON Current Research on Bus Rapid Transit Planning, Design, and Operations Dennis P. Hinebaugh, University of South Florida, presiding Sponsored by Bus Transit Systems Committee Analyzing the Effect of Bus Rapid Transit Policy Strategies on CO 2 Emissions: Case Study of Beijing ( ) Xumei Chen, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Lei Yu, Texas Southern University; Ying Wang, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Optimal Connected Urban Bus Network of Priority Lanes ( ) Yuval Hadas, Bar Ilan University, Israel; Avishai Ceder, University of Auckland, New Zealand Factors Contributing to Bus Lane Obstruction and Usage in New York City: Does Design Matter? ( ) Jeremy Scott Safran, Eric Beaton, and Robert Thompson, New York City Department of Transportation Combinatorial Optimization of Multiple Buses Docking at BRT Station with Multiple Substops and Docking Bays for Guangzhou BRT System, China ( ) Peiqun Lin, Ning Zhang, Jianmin Xu, and Yu Wang, South China University of Technology 411 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, International West HOT TOPIC Data Challenges of Intermodal Planning: Past Experience and Future Needs Geoffrey D. Gosling, Aviation System Consulting, LLC, presiding Sponsored by Data for Decisions and Performance Measures Task Force; Aviation Group; Statewide Multimodal Transportation Planning Committee; Transportation Demand Forecasting Committee; Intercity Passenger Rail Committee; Intermodal Freight Transport Committee; and Freight Transportation Data Committee Planning intermodal projects or efforts to improve intermodal connectivity can face significant challenges integrating data from multiple modes, since most existing data sources tend to be organized and managed on a modal basis; this situation leads to problems with incomplete data and lack of consistency across modes. The session examines how these data challenges have been addressed in past studies and discusses how the data needs of effective intermodal planning can be better addressed in the future. FHWA s Plan and Actions on Multimodal Passenger Travel Data Tianjia Tang, Federal Highway Administration Development of Ridership Forecasts for California High-Speed Rail System David L. Kurth, Eric Bierce, Rachel B. Copperman, and Jeffrey N. Buxbaum, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.; Thierry Prate, Parsons Brinckerhoff Challenges and Approaches to Providing Data for Planning Along Freight Corridors: I-95 Corridor Coalition Perspective George Schoener, I-95 Corridor Coalition Maryland Freight Planning Implementation: Practitioner s View of Data Usage and Needs Deborah Bowden, Maryland Department of Transportation Excelling at Research Program Performance Measurement Johanna P. Zmud, RAND Corporation, presiding Sponsored by Conduct of Research Committee and Performance Measurement Committee This session is being conducted to improve transportation research programs by raising awareness and enhancing knowledge of research performance measures and to break down barriers to their effective use. Speakers will discuss developing a framework for organizational-level performance measures and their importance as well as moving from outputs to outcomes. This session is directed to research managers and practitioners and will include case examples. Session Overview Johanna P. Zmud, RAND Corporation Driving Research Program Performance with Output and Outcome Metrics Robert Vance, Vance & Renz, LLC Using Performance Measures to Set Targets and Focus Your Program James Grothaus, University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies Outputs, Outcomes, Oh My! Making Sense of What You Measure Mara K. Campbell, Missouri Department of Transportation Panel Discussion and Q&A with Attendees 413 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 6 Future Directions for Transit Geographic Information Systems Linda K. Cherrington, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Applications Committee; Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee; and Public Transportation Group This session summarizes an October 2013 conference that brought together transit planners, managers, researchers, and GIS industry experts to exchange ideas about how geographic information science and applications can add value for transit. Conference participants identified emerging trends in geospatial analysis and transit informatics. This session highlights the opportunities for public-private partnerships to advance practical applications of new technologies that enhance public transit. Enhancing Service Planning and Improving Performance Ed Wells, Washington Area Metropolitan Transit Authority GIS Innovations and Applications Michael L. Pack, University of Maryland, College Park Opportunities for Public-Private New Technology Partnerships to Enhance Public Mobility Martin Catalá, University of South Florida

123 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 414 CM I :45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, International East Innovative Solutions to Congestion in Urban Areas Frederick C. Dock, City of Pasadena, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Issues in Major U.S. Cities Committee Philadelphia Rina Cutler, City of Philadelphia Phoenix Wylie Bearup, City of Phoenix Toronto Stephen Matthew Buckley, City of Toronto, Canada San Francisco Edward D. Reiskin, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency 415 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, Georgetown West Measuring and Estimating Cycling Demand Brian H. Y. Lee, Vermont University, presiding Sponsored by Bicycle Transportation Committee Measuring Traffic Reduction from Bicycle Commuting ( ) Krista Nordback, Portland State University Direct-Demand Model for Bicycle Counts: Impacts of Level of Service and Other Factors ( ) Daniel J. Fagnant and Kara Kockelman, University of Texas, Austin Incorporating Weather: Comparative Analysis of Estimation Methods for Annual Average Daily Bicyclists ( ) Thomas Gregory Nosal and Luis Fernando Miranda-Moreno, McGill University, Canada; Zlatko Krstulic, City of Ottawa, Canada Day-of-Year Scaling Factors and Design Considerations for Nonmotorized Traffic Monitoring Programs ( ) Steve Hankey, Greg Lindsey, and Julian Marshall, University of Minnesota 416 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, Jefferson West Nation on the Move: Changing Demographics in Transit Therese W. McMillan, Federal Transit Administration, presiding Sponsored by Public Transportation Group The driving boom that once defined transportation and development in 20th-century America has given way to a cultural and generational shift, one that reflects a desire for multimodal transportation choices and denser land use. Driving has been stagnant or declining in recent years, but the use of nearly all other modes has increased. The shift can be attributed to many socioeconomic and demographic factors that are discussed in this session. How has transit responded to these changes? Changing Demographics, New Approaches Rachel MacCleery, Urban Land Institute Millennials, Mobility and Technology: How Transportation Technology Is Changing Travel Behavior Marnie Primmer, Mobility 21 Aging in Place: Stuck Without Options Kevin DeGood, Center for American Progress Smart Growth: How Transit Can Shape Land Use Shyam Kannan, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority A New Direction: Our Changing Relationship with Driving and Implications for America s Future Phineas Baxanall, U.S. PIRG Education Fund; Tony Dutzik, Frontier Group 417 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 5 HOT TOPIC Pioneers of Autonomous Driving: Automated Guideway Transit Systems Peter J. Muller, PRT Consulting, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Automated Transit Systems Committee Evaluation of Automated Transport Systems ( ) Daniele Stam and Adriano Alessandrini, University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy Assessment of Trip Times in Automated Guideway Transit Systems ( ) Reuben Morris Juster and Paul Schonfeld, University of Maryland, College Park Impact of Personal Rapid Transit on Accessibility Index ( ) Udit Jain and P. K. Sarkar, School of Planning and Architecture, India; Anupam Vibhuti, Worxpace CPL, India Highlights of Road Vehicle Automation Workshop Jane E. Lappin, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Opportunities and Challenges for Automated Transit Systems Research Rongfang Liu, New Jersey Institute of Technology 418 CM I :45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, Lincoln West Research on Transportation Planning in Small and Medium-Sized Communities Mia Zmud, MZ Insights, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Planning for Small and Medium-Sized Communities Committee This session presents research and analyses to advance the practice of transportation planning for small and medium-sized communities. Toward Understanding Cross-Border Pedestrian Travel: Resource Paper with a Focus on Paso Del Norte Bridge in El Paso, Texas ( ) Ipek Nese Sener, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Karen Marie Lorenzini, Texas Department of Transportation; Luis David Galicia and Rafael Manuel Aldrete, Texas A&M Transportation Institute What Is a Midsize City? Transportation Policy-Based Framework for Classifying Cities ( ) Erin Toop and Eric J. Miller, University of Toronto, Canada Passenger Transportation Networks and Urbanization Level: Comparison of Classification Schemes ( ) V. Dimitra Pyrialakou and Konstantina Gkritza, Purdue University; Inya Nlenanya, Iowa State University Managing the Indirect Impacts of Bypasses on Small and Medium-Sized Communities in Florida ( ) Karen E. Seggerman and Kristine M. Williams, University of South Florida MON 121

124 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON 419 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 8 Well-Being and Travel Konstadinos G. Goulias, University of California, Santa Barbara, presiding Sponsored by Traveler Behavior and Values Committee Place Happiness: Its Constituents and the Influence of Emotions and Subjective Importance on Activity Type and Destination Choice ( ) Kathleen Elizabeth Deutsch, Srinath Ravulaparthy, and Konstadinos G. Goulias, University of California, Santa Barbara Mood and Mode: Does How We Travel Affect How We Feel? ( ) Eric A. Morris, Clemson University; Erick Guerra, University of Pennsylvania The Happy Commuter: Comparison of Commuter Satisfaction Across Modes ( ) Evelyne Miriam St-Louis, Kevin Manaugh, Dea Suzanne van Lierop, and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, McGill University, Canada Are Movers Irrational? On Travel Patterns, Housing, Social Connections, and Happiness Before and After a Move ( ) Daniel G. Chatman, University of California, Berkeley How Do Residential Environment and Travel Behavior Influence People s Life Satisfaction? Bayesian Network Analysis ( ) Yubing Xiong and Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University, Japan 420 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Highway Capacity and Level of Service for Intersections and Roundabouts Zong Z. Tian, University of Nevada, Reno, presiding Sponsored by Highway Capacity and Quality of Service Committee Estimation of Roundabout Entry Capacity Under the Impact of Pedestrians by Applying Microscopic Simulation ( ) - A01 Nan Kang, Hideki Nakamura, and Miho Asano, Nagoya University, Japan Estimating the Mean Critical Gap ( ) - A02 Rod J. Troutbeck, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Effect of Upstream Traffic Signal on Capacity of a Downstream TWSC Intersection ( ) - A04 Michael Kyte and Enas Amin, University of Idaho; Rod J. Troutbeck, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Probabilistic-Based Capacity Model at Signalized Intersection Approach with Left-Turn Short Lane ( ) - A05 Danheng He, Tongji University, China; Zhong-Ren Peng, University of Florida Effective Turning Movement Volume Estimation for Intersection Analysis Using Gauss Jordan Elimination ( ) - A06 Ryan Cook, Michael P. Dixon, Michael B. Lowry, and William Kirby, University of Idaho Modifying Progression Adjustment Factor and Upstream Filtering Adjustment Factor at Signalized Intersections in the HCM ( ) - A07 Ning Wu, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Effect of Priority Reversal on Delay and Queue Length at Roundabouts ( ) - A08 Samuel Kofi Ahiamadi and Zong Z. Tian, University of Nevada, Reno Passenger Car Equivalents for Heavy Vehicles at Roundabouts: Estimation and Application to Capacity Prediction ( ) - A09 Chris Lee, University of Windsor, Canada Study of Capacity Analysis Method of Signalized Intersections for Effectiveness Analysis of Exclusive Median Bus Lanes ( ) - A10 Hanseon Cho and Jae-Joon Lee, Korea Transport Institute Capacity Models for Multilane Roundabouts with Three Circulating and Three Entry Lanes ( ) - A11 Kamran Ahmed, United Arab Emirates University Methodology for Critical Gap Analysis at Arterial Intersections with Unprotected Opposing Left-Turn Movements ( ) - A12 Hellon Ogallo, Maryland State Highway Administration; Manoj K. Jha, Morgan State University Temporal and Spatial Gap Acceptance at Uncontrolled Intersections ( ) - A13 Digvijay Sampatrao Pawar and Gopal R. Patil, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay Developing Improved Truck Passenger-Car Equivalent Values at Signalized Intersections ( ) - A14 Alexander Skabardonis, University of California, Berkeley; Richard G. Dowling, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.; Vasin Kiattikomol, King Mongkut s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand; Chirag Safi, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Implications of CAP-X: Operational Limitations of Alternative Intersections ( ) - A16 John Sangster and Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 421 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Innovative Applications of Highway Capacity Manual 2010 Methodologies Manuel G. Romana, Technical University of Madrid, Spain; Zong Z. Tian, University of Nevada, Reno; Rod J. Troutbeck, Queensland University of Technology, Australia; and Lily Elefteriadou, University of Florida, presiding Sponsored by Highway Capacity and Quality of Service Committee Highway Capacity Planning Application and Development of Default Values in North Carolina ( ) - A15 Daniel J. Findley, Jeffrey C. Chang, Chris Vaughan, Bastian J. Schroeder, and Robert S. Foyle, North Carolina State University, Raleigh; David Michael Alford, North Carolina Department of Transportation Empirical Analysis of Critical Gap for Drivers Turning Right on Red at Signalized Intersections ( ) B9 Brendan James Russo and Peter Tarmo Savolainen, Wayne State University Lane Utilization at Two-Lane Arterial Approaches to Double Crossover Diamond Interchanges ( ) - A17 Chunho Yeom, Bastian J. Schroeder, Christopher M. Cunningham, Chris Vaughan, and Nagui M. Rouphail, North Carolina State University, Raleigh; Joseph E. Hummer, Wayne State University Influence of Undesignated Pedestrian Crossings on Midblock Capacity of Urban Roads ( ) - A18 Ashish Dhamaniya and Satish Chandra, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee Operational Impacts of Auxiliary Lanes at Freeway Weaving Segments ( ) - A19 Yubian Wang and Ruey Long Cheu, University of Texas, El Paso; Yi Qi and Xiaoming Chen, Texas Southern University Potential Applications of Speed Dispersion in Defining Freeway Level of Service and in Air Emissions Evaluation ( ) - B11 Chih-Lin Chung, Tamkang University, Taiwan; Will Recker, University of California, Irvine

125 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Determining Level of Service on Freeways and Multilane Highways with Higher Speeds ( ) - B12 James Robertson, Kay Fitzpatrick, Eun Sug Park, and Vichika Iragavarapu, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Vehicle Trajectory Analysis System for Estimating HCM- Compatible Performance Measures ( ) - B13 Bin Lu, University of Florida, Gainesville; Scott S. Washburn, University of Florida Speed-Flow Relationship and Capacity for Expressways in Brazil ( ) - B14 Gustavo Riente de Andrade and Jose Reynaldo Setti, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil Capacity Estimation for Weaving Segments Using Lane- Changing Model ( ) - B15 Xu Wang, Ying Luo and Tony Z. Qiu, University of Alberta, Canada; Xinping Yan, Wuhan University of Technology, China Room for Improvement: Critique of HCM Freeway Analysis Procedure ( ) - B16 David Stanek, Fehr & Peers Field Evaluation of Traffic Performance Measures for Two-Lane Highways in Spain ( ) - B17 Ana Tsui Moreno and Carlos Llorca, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain; Tarek Sayed, University of British Columbia, Canada; Alfredo Garcia, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain 422 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Managed Lanes David Schumacher, San Diego Association of Governments, presiding Sponsored by Managed Lanes Committee Vehicle Occupancy Data Collection, Screening, and Evaluation ( ) - D01 Vetri Venthan Elango and Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology Value of Travel Time Savings: Evidence from Atlanta s I-85 Express Lanes ( ) - D03 Adnan Sheikh, Angshuman Guin, and Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology I-85 HOT Lane s Impact on Atlanta s Commuter Bus and Vanpool Occupancy ( ) - D05 Felipe Castrillon, Georgia Institute of Technology; Maria Nicole Roell, Atlanta Regional Commission; Sara Khoeini and Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta I-85 HOV-to-HOT Conversion: Impacts on Weaving and Effective Capacity ( ) - D07 Christopher Stephen Toth, Randall Guensler, Santiago Araque, Angshuman Guin, Vetri Venthan Elango, and Michael P. Hunter, Georgia Institute of Technology Can Psychological Questions Help Predict Managed Lane Use? ( ) - D09 Lisa Larsen, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Mark W. Burris, Texas A&M University User Preferences and Characteristics Associated with Using High Occupancy-Toll Lanes ( ) - D11 Sherry J. Kim, Huizhong Guo, Carmen Kwan, and Linda Ng Boyle, University of Washington Multidimensional Analysis of Hard Shoulder Running Systems ( ) - D12 Sofia Samoili, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland; Dimitrios Efthymiou and Constantinos Antoniou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece; Andre- Gilles Dumont, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland Integrated Design and Operation of Urban Arterials with Reversible Lanes ( ) - D13 Jing Zhao and Wanjing Ma, Tongji University, China; Yue Liu, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Xiaoguang Yang, Tongji University, China Operational Assessment of Speed Priority for High-Occupancy- Vehicle Lanes over General-Purpose Lanes ( ) - D14 Chih-Lin Chung, Tamkang University, Taiwan Optimal Control of Motorway via Ramp Metering, Variable Speed Limit, and Hard Shoulder Running ( ) - D15 Ying Li and Andy H. F. Chow, University College London, United Kingdom; Daniela Lichtler Cassel, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul On Ridesharing: Departure Time Choice Analysis with Latent Carpooling Preference ( ) - D16 Chenfeng Xiong, Pratt Hetrakul, and Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park Accounting for Travel Time Reliability and Trip Purpose in an Agent-Based Dynamic Feedback-Control Toll Pricing Approach: Case Study on I-95 Managed Lanes Corridor ( ) - D17 Danhong Cheng, Wan Li, and Sherif Ishak, Louisiana State University Modeling Managed Lane Express Lane with Dynamic Traffic Assignment ( ) - D18 Eric Joseph Nava, University of Arizona; Kris Milster, Federal Highway Administration; Yi-Chang Chiu, University of Arizona 423 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Methods for Field Assessment and Evaluation of Driving Behavior and Roadway Safety Systems Timothy Jordan Gates, Wayne State University, presiding Sponsored by Visibility Committee; Traffic Control Devices Committee; and Vehicle User Characteristics Committee The papers in this poster session focus on different methods for assessing roadway safety systems such as lighting or active traffic control devices and for measuring safety-related driving behavior. Preliminary Evaluation of Dynamic Speed Displays with Conditional Messaging ( ) - B01 John D. Bullough, Jennifer A. Brons, and Nicholas P. Skinner, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Prediction of Drivers Speed Behavior on Rural Motorways Based on an Instrumented Vehicle Study ( ) - B03 Alfonso Montella, Luigi Pariota, Francesco Galante, Lella Liana Imbriani, and Filomena Mauriello, University of Naples Federico II, Italy Field Evaluation of Light Performance for New Light Sources in Roadway Lighting Applications ( ) - B04 Shuo Li, Indiana Department of Transportation; Yi Jiang, Purdue University; Bowen Guan, Chang an University, China Evaluation of Hybrid Static-Dynamic Sign Designs: Focus Group Study ( ) - B05 Dibakar Saha, Priyanka Alluri, Kirolos M. Haleem, Albert Gan, and Dennis P. McCarthy, Florida International University Lessons Learned with Prototype Mobile Luminance Measurement System ( ) - B06 Jeffrey David Miles and Hancheng Ge, Texas A&M Transportation Institute (continued) MON 123

126 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON Session 423 (continued) Behavioral Analysis of Vehicle Pedestrian Interactions: Case of Street Designs with Elements of Shared Space ( ) - B07 Ioannis Kaparias, City University London, United Kingdom; Michael G. H. Bell, University of Sydney, Australia; Thomas Biagioli, Imperial College London, United Kingdom; Liban Bellezza, City University London, United Kingdom; Bill Mount, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Driver Yielding at Traffic Control Signals, Pedestrian Hybrid Beacons, and Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons in Texas ( ) - B08 Kay Fitzpatrick, Marcus A. Brewer, and Raul E. Avelar, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Impacts of Rapid-Flashing Beacons on Legibility Distance ( ) - B10 Kay Fitzpatrick, James Robertson, and Raul E. Avelar, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Behavioral Analysis of Vehicle Pedestrian Interactions: Case of Street Designs with Elements of Shared Space ( ) Ioannis Kaparias and Liban Bellezza, City University London, United Kingdom; Michael G. H. Bell, University of Sydney, Australia; Thomas Biagioli and Bill Mount, Imperial College London, United Kingdom 424 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Motorcycle Use in Urban, Suburban, and City Center Roads Sherry Williams, Motorcycle Safety Foundation, presiding Sponsored by Motorcycles and Mopeds Committee Understanding the Use of Powered Two-Wheelers for Commuting: Case Study of Melbourne, Australia ( ) - D04 Geoffrey Rose and Alexa Delbosc, Monash University, Australia Determination of Motorcycle Passenger-Car Equivalence for Uninterrupted Flow in Urban Road of Medellin, Colombia ( ) - D06 Andrés Peña and Juan Pablo Bocarejo, Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia Exploring Factors Contributing to Crash Severity of Motorcycles on Suburban Roads ( ) - D08 Amin Ariannezhad and Hesamoddin Razi-Ardakani, Sharif University of Technology, Iran 425 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Research on Traffic Control Devices Sponsored by Traffic Control Devices Committee Prediction of Driver Action at Signalized Intersections Using Nested Logit Models ( ) - C01 Timothy Jordan Gates, Peter Tarmo Savolainen, and Honey- Um Maria, Wayne State University Examining Impacts of Increasing Speed Limit on Speed Distribution: Case Study ( ) - C02 Negin Alemazkoor and H. Gene Hawkins, Texas A&M University Impact of Automated Red-Light-Running Enforcement Cameras on Driver Behavior: Guidance for Timing of Yellow Change Intervals ( ) - C03 Timothy Jordan Gates, Peter Tarmo Savolainen, and Honey- Um Maria, Wayne State University Traffic Control Devices at Channelized Right-Turn Lanes: Recommended Guidelines for Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices ( ) - C04 Lacy S. Brown, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; H. Gene Hawkins, Texas A&M University Impacts of New Chinese Regulation of Yellow Signal on Driving Behavior and Rear-End Collision Potential ( ) - C05 Ying Ni, Tongji University, China Efforts to Reduce Wrong-Way Driving: Case Study in San Antonio, Texas ( ) - C06 Steve Venglar, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Brian Fariello, Serco, Inc. Using Individual Speed Profile to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Speed Bumps on Chinese Campus ( ) - C07 Tangyi Guo, Yingshun Liu, and Linfeng Gong, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China Proactive Evaluation of Traffic Signs Using a Traffic Sign Simulator ( ) - C08 Tim De Ceunynck, Caroline Ariën, Kris Brijs, Tom Brijs, and Karin Van Vlierden, Hasselt University, Belgium; Johan Kuppens, infranea, Belgium; Max Van Der Linden, Connect, Belgium; Geert Wets, Hasselt University, Belgium Traffic Sign Recognition Using Sparse Representations and Active Contour Models ( ) - C09 Yaw Okyere Adu-Gyamfi and Nii Attoh-Okine, University of Delaware Monitoring and Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Overheight Detection System at Eklutna, Alaska ( ) - C10 Angela Parsons, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities; Ming Lee, Alaska University Transportation Research Center; Dan Moose, Alaska ITS Safety Impacts of Signalized Lane Merge Control at Highway Work Zones ( ) - C11 Yi Qi and Qun Zhao, Texas Southern University Evaluation of Combined Lane Use and Destination Sign Alternatives for Overhead-Mounted Guide Signs on Multilane Conventional Road Intersection Approaches ( ) - C12 Bryan Katz, Gary Golembiewski, Erin Dagnall, and Cara O Donnell, Science Applications International Corporation; Jim Shurbutt, Federal Highway Administration 426 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Transportation Safety Management Jake Kononov, DiExSys LLC, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Safety Management Committee Traffic Safety Risks, Trends, and Pattern Analysis on Motorways ( ) - D02 Asso Hamzehei, Edward Chung, and Mark Miska, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Cost Benefit Analysis of Incentive Systems Rewarding Compliance with Speed Limits ( ) - E01 Rune Elvik, Institute of Transport Economics, Norway Comparison of Countermeasure Selection Methods for Use in Road Safety Management ( ) - E02 Douglas W. Harwood, MRIGlobal; Reginald R. Souleyrette, University of Kentucky; Michael A. Fields and Eric R. Green, Kentucky Transportation Center Effects of Traffic Conditions on Safety of Urban Networks ( ) - E03 Julie Stempfel, S. Ilgin Guler, and Monica Menendez, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich; Wernher Brucks, Zurich, Switzerland Development of Web-Based Database for Highway Safety Analysis in Texas ( ) - E04 Hui Wu, Kan Long, Zhanmin Zhang, and Mike Murphy, University of Texas, Austin

127 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Predicting Impact of Road Safety Communication Campaign on Driving Behavior ( ) - E05 Giannis Adamos and Eftihia G. Nathanail, University of Thessaly, Greece; Paraskevi Kapetanopoulou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece New Approach for Evaluation of Socioeconomic Losses Caused by Traffic ( ) - E06 Alena Vyskocilova, Ondøej Gogolín, and Ondøej Valach, Traffic Research Centre, Czech Republic Closing the Gap in Rural and Urban Road Deaths ( ) - E07 Nam Nguyen, Lee W. Munnich, and Frank Douma, University of Minnesota Effects of Changes in Road Network Characteristics on Road Casualties: Application of Full Bayes Models Using Panel Data ( ) - E08 Haojie Li, Daniel J. Graham, and Arnab Majumdar, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Economic Competitiveness and Equity-Based Safety Improvement Allocation Model for Urban Intersections ( ) - E09 Sabyasachee Mishra, University of Memphis; Sushant Sharma, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Mihalis M. Golias, University of Memphis; Stephen Boyles, University of Texas, Austin Optimal Variable Speed Limit System to Ameliorate Traffic Safety Risk ( ) - E10 Rongjie Yu and Mohamed A. Abdel-Aty, University of Central Florida Safety Effect of Missouri s Strategic Highway Safety Plan: Missouri s Blueprint for Safer Roadways ( ) - E11 Mojtaba Ale Mohammadi and V. A. Samaranayake, Missouri University of Science and Technology; Ghulam Hussain Bham, University of Alaska, Anchorage Novel Visible Network Approach for Freeway Crash Analysis ( ) - E12 Jianjun Wu, Jiaotong University, China; Mohamed A. Abdel- Aty and Rongjie Yu, University of Central Florida; Ziyou Gao, Jiaotong University, China Integrated Action Plan to Improve Traffic Safety on Mafraq Ghweiyfat Road in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ( ) - E13 Mohamed Eisa Sarhan, Ain Shams University, Egypt Differences in Effects on Different Crash Types in Hong Kong: Application of Bootstrap Resampling Approach ( ) - E14 Xin Pei, Tsinghua University, China; Nang Ngai Sze, University of Canterbury, New Zealand; S. C. Wong, University of Hong Kong; Danya Yao, Tsinghua University, China Heuristic Approach for Optimizing Emergency Medical Services in Road Safety Within Large Urban Networks ( ) - E15 Yi Liu, Arash M. Roshandeh, and Zongzhi Li, Illinois Institute of Technology; Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece; Harshingar Patel and Xi Lu, Illinois Institute of Technology Development of Traffic Safety Action Plan for Small Municipality: Case Study for City of Saskatoon, Canada ( ) - E16 Mariniel Flores and Peter Y. Park, University of Saskatchewan, Canada; Angela Gardiner and Justine Nyen, City of Saskatoon, Canada Identification of Safety Practices, Issues, and Needs of Local Transportation and Law Enforcement Agencies ( ) - E17 Kirolos M. Haleem, Albert Gan, Priyanka Alluri, and Dibakar Saha, Florida International University Intersection Safety Evaluation Using High-Resolution Traffic Signal Data ( ) - E18 Xinkai Wu, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Henry X. Liu, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Modeling Driver Compliance with Variable Speed Limits and Quantifying Impacts of Compliance Levels and Control Strategy in Mobility and Safety ( ) - E20 Md. Hadiuzzaman, Jie Fang, Md. Ahsanul Karim, Ying Luo, and Tony Z. Qiu, University of Alberta, Canada 427 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Freight Systems and Marine Group Work in Progress Yi Lin Pei, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Marine Group; Young Members Council; and Freight Systems Group The intent of this session is to provide an opportunity for those age 35 or younger who work in the freight and marine areas to share their up-to-the-minute ongoing work. The session will allow young researchers to receive constructive feedback for further development of their projects as well as provide a good opportunity for networking between students and young members and experts working in their field. A key distinction of this poster session is that no paper is required for submission. Understanding Interactions Between Commercial Vehicles and Nonmotorized Users in Urban Areas to Improve Safety and Mobility - 01 Kelly Pitera, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Developing Multiscale, Multiregion Input Output Model for Commodity Trade at Global, National, and Urban Levels - 02 Chris Bachmann, University of Toronto, Canada GPS-Data-Based Truck Mobility Measurement and Its Applications in Freight Planning - 03 Zun Wang, University of Washington Metropolitan Freight Planning: Findings from a National Survey - 04 Marc Alan Howlett, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Reactivation of the South Orient Railroad in West Texas - 09 Michael DeMers, Parsons Brinckerhoff Prospects and Issues for Fuel Cells with Rail Transportation - 10 Adriano Rothschild, Michigan Technological University Modeling Multimodal Petroleum-Related Freight Flow for Managing Rural Transportation Assets - 11 Mark Jonathon Reimer, University of Manitoba, Canada Assessing Impact of Urban Commercial Vehicle Movements on Air Quality in Greater Toronto and Hamilton Areas Using Tour- Based Microsimulation Framework and Integrated Modeling Approach - 12 Nico Malfara, University of Toronto, Canada Framework of Firm Evolution Processes - 13 Toka Mostafa, University of Toronto, Canada Improving Export Freight Logistics - 14 Juan Ramirez, CDM Smith Determining Costs and Economic Impacts of Critical Infrastructure Failure in El Paso Ciudad Juarez Region - 15 Shailesh Chandra, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Using Truck Fleet Data in Combination with Other Data Sources for Freight Modeling and Planning - 16 Akbar Bakhshi Zanjani, University of South Florida Application of Hazmat Incident Tool to Selected Bridge Locations in Texas and Louisiana - 17 Vincent Hassell, Texas Southern University Optimizing Sugar-Beet Piling Center Locations Under Supply Variation - 18 Nimish Dharmadhikari, North Dakota State University MON 125

128 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON 428 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Hilton, International Center Advances in Programming and Investment Decision-Making Processes Robert A. Hanson, Virginia Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Programming and Investment Decision- Making Committee Incorporating Costs of Life-Cycle Impacts into Transportation Program Development ( ) - B01 Faisal Hameed, District of Columbia Department of Transportation Optimal Investment Decision-Making Strategies for Safety Improvements to Urban Intersections ( ) - B03 Sabyasachee Mishra, University of Memphis; Sushant Sharma, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Mihalis M. Golias, University of Memphis; Stephen Boyles, University of Texas, Austin Opportunities for Programming Suburban Multimodal Transportation Retrofits Through the Maintenance Program: Case Study Regarding Bicycle Accommodations ( ) - B05 John S. Miller and Peter Ohlms, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research Data-Driven Process for Prioritizing Highway Safety Investments in Idaho ( ) - B07 William R. Loudon, DKS Associates, Inc.; Brent Jennings, Idaho Department of Transportation; Robert Joseph Schulte, DKS Associates, Inc.; Joshua Pilachowski, University of California, Berkeley 429 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Hilton, International Center Fresh Ideas for Statewide Transportation Planning Elise Barrella, James Madison University, and John Kaliski, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Statewide Multimodal Transportation Planning Committee Transportation planning is evolving because of demographic and economic changes, new technologies and data, and shifting policy priorities. Buzzwords like performance-based, operations, fiscally constrained, sustainability, or livability illustrate the new frontiers for planning. How can transportation planners adjust methods and messages in a performance-based environment? This poster session allows sharing of fresh ideas for conducting statewide multimodal transportation planning. Integrating Vehicle Probe Data into the Metropolitan Planning Process - C01 Keith M. Nichols, Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization Measuring the Accessibility of Intermodal Centers in Virginia - C03 Michael David Hurst, CDM Smith; Phil Kempf, Virginia Department of Transportation; FE Scudder Wagg, Michael Baker Corporation; Vladimir Gavrilovic, Renaissance Planning Group Improving Transportation Flow and Accessibility with Smart- Device-Summoned Ride Services - D02 James Fishelson and Jonathan Levine, University of Michigan Improving Performance on Corridors of National Significance - D04 Kelsey Ahern, Erik Cempel, Nathan Hutson, and Jason Hyde, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Identifying Traffic Bottlenecks on Florida s Strategic Intermodal System - D06 Paul Fang and Chris Edmonston, Florida Department of Transportation; Praveen Pasumarthy, CDM Smith HRTPO Transportation Improvement Program: Enhanced Performance Monitoring and Visualization - D08 Michael S. Kimbrel, Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization Georgia Interstate Risk Assessment Study - D10 Krystal Harris, Georgia Department of Transportation Automated Environmental Screening and Workflow in the Planning Process - D12 Frank DeSendi and Drew Ames, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Why Fix It First? Modeling the Benefits of Maintaining the U.S. Transportation System - H01 David Vautin and Liz Paterson, Metropolitan Transportation Commission Real-Time INRIX Speed Data in South Carolina Department of Transportation Congestion Management Process - H03 Dipak M. Patel, South Carolina Department of Transportation; Rick Reiff, Stantec Consulting Services Inc. The Innovative DOT: A Handbook of Policy and Practice, Second Edition - H05 Christopher McCahill, University of Wisconsin; Eric Sundquist, State Smart Transportation Initiative Using Truck Probe Data to Identify Bottlenecks and Measure System Performance in Pennsylvania - H07 Brian Wall, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation; Jeffrey M. Carroll and Erin Dean, CDM Smith; Brian Hare, Hugh McGowan, and Kristin Mulkerin, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation; Jeffrey Bradford Short, American Transportation Research Institute; Tyler Stoner, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Using Big Data for Automobile Origin Destination Studies - H09 Ben Cummins and Gregory Mark Spitz, Resource Systems Group, Inc.; Peter Krootjes, TomTom International, Netherlands; James Novakowski, Resource Systems Group, Inc. Using Outlook Meeting Invitations to Prevent Simultaneous River Crossing Closures - H11 Robert Case, Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization 430 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Hilton, International Center Latest Research in Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Processes David Jackson, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Processes Committee Sustainability Tools in Action: Reducing Vehicle Miles Traveled Through Coordinated Transportation and Land Use Planning Across Levels of Government ( ) - C02 Jennifer Susan Gonzalez, Louis Berger Group, Inc.; Shawn Megill Legendre, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission; Jeffrey Perlman, North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority, Inc. Peak Vehicle Miles Traveled and Postpeak Consequences ( ) - C04 Steven E. Polzin and Xuehao Chu, University of South Florida Florida s Metropolitan Planning Organization Long-Range Transportation Plans: 2013 Review ( ) - C06 Karen E. Seggerman and Jeffrey Kramer, University of South Florida

129 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Reasoning Building Process for Transportation Project Evaluation and Decision Making: Use of Reasoning Map and Evidence Theory ( ) - C08 Nopadon Kronprasert, Federal Highway Administration; Antti Petri Talvitie, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Road Network Circuity in Metropolitan Areas ( ) - C10 David J. Giacomin and David M. Levinson, University of Minnesota Sprawl and Transportation Outcomes in Chicago: Building a Sprawl Index for Municipal Subsections ( ) - C11 Julius Jessup, University of Chicago 431 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Hilton, International Center Latest Research in Planning for Mega-Regions Gian-Claudia Sciara, University of California, Davis, presiding Sponsored by Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Processes Committee Supply Chain Consistent Threshold Accessibilty Measures for Mega-Region Economic Development ( ) - C05 Sharada R. Vadali, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Jobs Housing Balance and Job Accessibility in Beijing ( ) - C07 Haixiao Pan and Yanbo Ge, Tongji University, China Mega-Regions The Economic Ties: Case Study of Chesapeake Mega-Region ( ) - C09 Ting Ma, National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education; Frederick Ducca, University of Maryland, College Park; Timothy F. Welch, Georgia Institute of Technology; Supin Li Yoder, Federal Highway Administration; Rolf Moeckel, University of Maryland 432 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Hilton, International Center Public Involvement in Transportation Dianne Kresich, Arizona Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Public Involvement in Transportation Committee This poster session highlights best practices, new technologies, and lessons learned; builds awareness and skills; and advances the state of the art in public involvement in multimodal transportation. Transportation models are integral to the transportation industry from a planning, engineering, and policy-making perspective. But how are the results of these complicated analyses communicated to stakeholders and the general public? To answer this question, the Seventh Annual John and Jane Public Competition sought transportation modeling communication best practices. This session highlights the top five entries that communicate the results of transportation models and simulations and incorporate public input into these analyses. Infrastructure Discussion Networks: Analyzing Social Media Debates on LRT Projects in North American Cities ( ) - K01 Mazdak Nik Bakht and Tamer E. El-Diraby, University of Toronto, Canada Collective Public Participation: How Savvy and Organized Neighbors Participate in Transportation Decision Making ( ) - K02 Carolyn McAndrews, University of Colorado, Denver; Justine Marcus, Asthmapolis; Melanie Sloan, University of Colorado, Denver Put It There: Geographic Specificity of Public Engagement Methods in Transportation Planning ( ) - K03 Greg Phillip Griffin, Texas A&M Transportation Institute 127 Cost-effective High-Performance Local Mobility Study Using Structured Public Involvement: Case Study of Versailles, Kentucky ( ) - K04 Keiron Bailey, University of Arizona; Theodore H. Grossardt, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet; John Ripy, University of Kentucky; Thomas Thomas Creasey, Stantec, Inc. Communicating New and Complex Transportation Funding Programs Through Social Media ( ) - K05 Ryan Farncomb, CH2M Hill Increasing Citizen Voice in Transportation-Related Decision Making: Model for Citizen Engagement ( ) - K06 Kimberly Triplett, Tennessee State University Embedding Community Preferences in Visualizations: Case Study of Context-Sensitive Design in Puerto Rico ( ) - K07 Davis Chacon-Hurtado, Christopher M. Papadopoulos, Alberto Figueroa-Medina, Marcel Castro Sitiriche, and Didier M. Valdes-Diaz, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Developing Multiplatform Social Marketing Engagement Strategy in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada - K08 Ahsan Habib, Niki Siabanis, and Stephen Stone, Dalhousie University, Canada NEC FUTURE: Rail Investment Plan for Northeast Corridor, Washington, D.C., to Boston - K09 Pamela M. Lebeaux, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Rebecca Reyes- Alicea, Federal Railroad Administration; Rebecca Blatnica, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center; and Deborah Howes, AECOM Pull Aside Stay Alive: Haboob Haiku Challenge Multimedia Campaign in Arizona - K10 Timothy Tait, Arizona Department of Transportation Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Northern Region Super Open House, Fairbanks - K11 Hannah Blankenship, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities 19th Avenue Transit Study, San Francisco, California - K12 Liz Brisson, San Francisco County Transportation Authority; Nicole C. Foletta, Fehr & Peers Morristown Moving Forward: Mobility and Community Form Plan, Morristown, New Jersey - K13 Susan O Donnell, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway Study, Phoenix, Arizona - K14 Timothy Tait, Arizona Department of Transportation Connect Central Georgia - K15 Garth Lynch, HNTB Corporation; Thomas McQueen, Georgia Department of Transportation John and Jane Public Competition Competition Winner UDOT Goes Hollywood: New Animation Techniques Engage and Educate Public - K16 Adan Carrillo, Utah Department of Transportation Competition Runners-Up Interactive Travel Time and Housing Cost Map for San Francisco Bay Area - K17 David Ory, Metropolitan Transportation Commission The Big Move: Engaging the Public on a 25-Year Transportation Plan - K18 Dina Graser, Metrolinx, Canada; Peter MacLeod, MASS LBP, Canada Honorable Mentions AWV Construction and Detour Simulation Tool - K19 Steve Johnson, Parsons Brinckerhoff Strategic Model Results in 3-D Using Google Earth - K20 Premraj Dorai Rajoo, Sinclair Knight Merz, Australia MON

130 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON 433 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Hilton, International Center SHRP 2 Capacity and Reliability: Moving Research into Practice Through Development Activities and Pilot Projects Mark Van Port Fleet, Michigan Department of Transportation, and Carlos Braceras, Utah Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by SHRP 2 Technical Coordinating Committee for Capacity Research and SHRP 2 Technical Coordinating Committee for Reliability Research The second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) is completing it research phase and transitioning to implementation of its products. This interactive poster session highlights current development activities and pilot testing projects for two of the focus areas: capacity and reliability. The capacity focus area aims to more quickly deliver strategic highway capacity projects. The reliability focus area is aimed at improving systems operations to improve travel time reliability. Evaluation of Cost-Effectiveness of Highway Design Features (L07/L37)) - H16 Ingrid B. Potts, MRIGlobal Pilot Project to Validate the Results of T-PICS: Minnesota (C33A) - H15 Matt Shands, Minnesota Department of Transportation Local Methods for Modeling, Economic Evaluation, Justification, and Use of Value of Travel Time Reliability in Transportation Decision Making: Oregon (L35A) - H17 Yi-Chang Chiu, University of Arizona SHRP 2 Capacity Focus Area: Moving Products from Research and Development to Adoption - H18 David J. Plazak, Transportation Research Board After-Course Assessment and Reporting Tool for Trainers and Traffic Incident Management Responders Using SHRP 2 Interdisciplinary Traffic Incident Management Curriculum (L32C) - H19 Zongwei Tao, Weris, Inc. Additional Pilot Tests to Improve TCAPP: South Carolina (C39A1) - J01 Sean Connolly, South Carolina Department of Transportation Additional Pilot Tests to Improve TCAPP: Oregon (C39A3) - J02 Karen Siderelis, U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution; Sarah Giles, Policy Consensus Initiative Additional Pilot Tests to Improve TCAPP: Charlottesville, Virginia (C39A2) - J03 Sarah Rhodes, Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission Additional Pilot Tests to Improve TCAPP: Portland, Oregon (C39A4) - J04 Brian Monberg, Metro Portland Proof of Concept: Application of Geospatial, Ecological Tools and Data in Planning and Programming Phases of Delivering New Highway Capacity California (C40B1) - J05 James H. Thorne, University of California, Davis Integration of National-Level Geospatial, Ecological Tools and Data (C40A) - J06 Stephen Ziegler, ICF International Proof of Concept: Application of Geospatial, Ecological Tools and Data in Planning and Programming Phases of Delivering New Highway Capacity Missouri (C40B2) - J07 Mary Grace Lewandowski, East West Gateway Council Second SHRP 2 Freight Modeling and Data Innovation Symposium (C43) - J08 Jim Brock, Avant IMC, LLC Proof of Concept: Application of Geospatial, Ecological Tools and Data in Planning and Programming Phases of Delivering New Highway Capacity Contra Costa, California (C40B3) - J09 Mary E. Gray, Parsons Online Resource on Advanced Integrated Models and Implementation Strategy (C46) - J10 Joseph Castiglione, Resource Systems Group, Inc. SHRP 2 Reliability Focus Area: Moving Products from Research and Development to Adoption - J11 Tracy A. Scriba, Federal Highway Administration; Reena Mathews, Transportation Research Board Local Methods for Modeling, Economic Evaluation, Justification, and Use of Value of Travel Time Reliability in Transportation Decision Making: Maryland (L35B) - J12 Thomas Jacobs, University of Maryland, College Park Validation of Urban Freeway Reliability Models (L33A) - J13 Rob Hranac, Iteris, Inc. e-learning for Training Traffic Incident Responders and Managers (L32B) - J14 Kathleen M. Frankle, University of Maryland e-tool for Business Processes to Improve Travel Time Reliability (L34) - J15 Aimee Flannery, Applied Engineering Management Corporation Regional Operations Forums for Advancing Systems Operations, Management, and Reliability (L36) - J16 Kathleen M. Frankle, University of Maryland Pilot Testing of SHRP 2 Reliability Data and Analytical Products: California (L38A) - J17 Christopher R. Williges, System Metrics Group, Inc. Pilot Testing of SHRP 2 Reliability Data and Analytical Products: Florida (L38C) - J18 Mohammed Hadi, Florida International University Pilot Testing of SHRP 2 Reliability Data and Analytical Products: Minnesota (L38B) - J19 Mike Sobolewski, Minnesota Department of Transportation Pilot Testing of SHRP 2 Reliability Data and Analytical Products: Washington State (L38D) - J20 John Nisbet, Washington Department of Transportation 434 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Hilton, International Center Transportation Planning and Analysis in China and Cross-Border Travel in the United States Ralph Gakenheimer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Heather Allen, TRL Limited, United Kingdom, presiding Sponsored by Transportation in the Developing Countries Committee Urban Public Transport Choice Behavior Analysis and Service Improvement Policy Making: Case Study from Metropolitan City, Chengdu, China ( ) - E01 Fei Yang and Lin Chen, Southwest Jiaotong University, China; Yang Cheng, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Zhenxing Yao, Southwest Jiaotong University, China; Xu Zhang, Kentucky University Study of Pedestrian Flow Forecasting Method in Beijing Transportation Hub Areas ( ) - E02 Shuwei Wang, Road Safety Research Center, China Discussion of Induced Traffic: Elasticity Models with Panel Data in China ( ) - E03 Nan He and Shengchuan Zhao, Dalian University of Technology, China Walkability Analysis for Chinese Transit-Oriented Development ( ) - E04 Li Qu, World Bank; Yiran Gao, Harvard University; Andrew Salzberg, Uber; Gerald Ollivier, World Bank

131 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Analysis of Mode Choice Decision and Choice Uncertainty Between Commuting and Noncommuting Trip Chains ( ) - E05 Zhibin Li and Wei Wang, Southeast University, China; Chen Yang, Shanghai City Comprehensive Transportation Planning Institute, China; Zhiyuan Liu, Monash University, Australia; Zhentian Sun, Southeast University, China Study on Influencing Factors of Bike Lane Capacity ( ) - E06 Xiaohong Chen and Kang An, Tongji University, China; and Li Li, Tongji University, Shanghai, China Impact on Taxi Industry of Taxi-Calling Mobile Apps in China ( ) - E07 Tian Xia, Tongji University, China Phenomena and Characteristics of Moped-Passing-Bicycle on Shared Lanes ( ) - E08 Dianchao Lin, Xiaohong Chen, Bin Lin, and Li Li, Tongji University, China Transfer Mode Choice of Comprehensive Passenger Transportation Terminal Based on Mixed Logit in China ( ) - E09 Xuemei Zhou and Mei Liu, Tongji University, China; Daozhi Zhang, Fuzhou Planning & Design Research Institute, China; Bin Ran, University of Wisconsin, Madison Impact of Curbside Parking on Bike Lane Capacity ( ) - E10 Xiaofei Ye, Ningbo University, China; Chen Jun, Southeast University, China Synthesis on Cross-Border Travel: Focus on El Paso, Texas ( ) - F02 Ipek Nese Sener, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Karen Marie Lorenzini, Texas Department of Transportation; Luis David Galicia and Rafael Manuel Aldrete, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Driver Behavior on Urban Roads in China: Focus Group Findings ( ) - F04 Jie Li, Hunan University, China; Henk J. van Zuylen and Elisabeth van der Horst, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Survival Analysis-Based Modeling of Urban Traffic Incident Duration: Shanghai Case Study, China ( ) - F06 Lun Zhang, Yicheng Shi, and Wenchen Yang, Tongji University, China; Pei Liu, Feng-Chia University, Taiwan Transportation Impacts of New Urban Shopping Center in a Developing Country: Case of Centro Mayor, Bogotá, Colombia ( ) - F08 Annelise Chantal Grube-Cavers and Zachary Rupert Patterson, Concordia University, Canada; Nohora Inés Carvajal Sánchez, Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas y Ambientales, Colombia Impact of Service Refusal to Supply Demand Equilibrium in Taxicab Market ( ) - F10 Changwei Yuan, Chang an University, China; Dali Wei and Hongchao Liu, Texas Tech University 435 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Hilton, International Center Transportation Planning and Analysis in the Developing Countries Maryvonne Cécile Plessis-Fraissard, Consultant; Orlando Strambi, University of São Paulo, Brazil, presiding Sponsored by Transportation in the Developing Countries Committee Modeling Behavioral Response to Congestion Pricing in Dhaka, Bangladesh ( ) - F01 Abu Bakkar Siddique, Charisma Farheen Choudhury, and Probir Kumar Mondal, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Modeling Highway Traffic Safety in Nigeria Using Delphi Technique and Bayesian Network ( ) - F03 Anthony C. Mbakwe, Dynatrend Construction Ltd.; Anthony A. Saka, Morgan State University; Keechoo Choi, Ajou University, South Korea; Young-Jae Lee, Morgan State University Methodology for Simulating Heterogeneous Traffic on Expressways in Developing Countries: Case Study in India ( ) - F05 Shriniwas Shrikant Arkatkar, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India; S. Velmurugan, Central Road Research Institute, India; Ravikiran Puvvala, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India; Balaji Ponnu, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras; Sukrit Narula, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India Access from the Periphery: Transport Strategies of Urban Poor in Colombia ( ) - F07 Daniel Ricardo Oviedo Hernandez, University College London, United Kingdom Understanding Transport Characteristics in Disadvantaged Regions of Developing Countries: Empirical Study from Nepal ( ) - F09 Rabindra Bahadur Singh, Pokhara University, Nepal; Nirajan Shiwakoti, Monash University, Australia Assessment of Externalities Associated with Use of Motorcycles in Colombia ( ) - G01 Salome Naranjo and Edda Patricia Izquierdo, Corporacion Fondo de Prevencion Vail, Colombia Investigating Cell Phone Use While Driving in Qatar ( ) - G02 Khaled Shaaban, Qatar University Evaluation and Application of Automated Traffic Sensor Data Under Indian Conditions ( ) - G03 Jithin Raj, V. Ramesh, Sunny Raja Varma, and Lelitha Devi Vanajakshi, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Use of Random-Parameter Mixed Logit Model to Explore Car Purchase Decision in Dhaka City, Bangladesh ( ) - G04 H. M. Abdul Aziz, Purdue University; Salah Uddin Momtaz, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Study of Safety Impact of Speed Limit Reduction on Freeways in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ( ) - G05 Ahmed Abdelnaby, Karim Ismail, and Yasser Hassan, Carleton University, Canada Day-to-Day Variability in Travelers Activity-Travel Patterns in Jakarta Metropolitan Area, Indonesia ( ) - G06 Dimas Bayu Endrayana Dharmowijoyo, Yusak Octavius Susilo, and Anders Karlström, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Choice Set Variability and Contextual Heterogeneity in Work Trip Mode Choice in Chennai City, India ( ) - G07 Karthik Srinivasan and Parthan Kunhikrishnan, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Effects of Road Design and Built Environment on Road Safety in Developing Countries: Case of Eskisehir, Turkey ( ) - G08 Omur Kaygisiz, Turkish National Police Agency; Metin Senbil, Gazi University, Turkey; Emine Yetiskul, Middle East Technical University, Turkey; Ram M. Pendyala, Arizona State University Modeling of Bidirectional Mixed Traffic Stream with Weak Lane Discipline ( ) - G09 Akhilesh Kumar Maurya and Anuj Kishor Kishor Budhkar, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati Nonmotorized Transport Trips in India: Past, Present, and Future ( ) - G10 Mukti Advani and Purnima Parida, Central Road Research Institute, India MON 129

132 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON 436 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m., Hilton, International Center Transportation Scholar and Other Recent Research on National Parks and Federal Lands Phillip S. Shapiro, Shapiro Transportation Consulting, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Needs of National Parks and Public Lands Committee With the need to find balance between protecting natural resources and providing visitor access in a cost-effective way to Federal Land Management Agencies, the National Park Foundation and Transit in Parks Technical Assistance Center Transportation Scholar programs give recent master s degree and doctoral graduates a unique opportunity to work on public lands transportation issues, and areas are allowed a cost-effective way to receive much needed transportation-related help. The posters in this session summarize work being performed by scholars and other recent research. Principles of Sustainable Transportation in the National Parks ( ) - A01 Robert Manning, University of Vermont; Steve Lawson, Resource Systems Group, Inc.; Peter Newman, Colorado State University; Jeffrey Hallo, Clemson University; Chris Monz, Utah State University Developing and Testing a Process to Evaluate Benefits of Federal Land Management Agency Alternative Transportation Systems ( ) - A03 John J. Daigle, University of Maine; Phillip S. Shapiro, Shapiro Transportation Consulting; Jenni West, Paul S. Sarbanes Transit in the Parks Technical Assistance Center Quantifying Accessibility of Nonmotorized Transportation Modes in Recreational Areas: Case Study of Mill Creek Canyon, Utah ( ) - A05 Ivana Milorad Tasic, Anusha Musunuru and Richard Jon Porter, University of Utah Improving Connectivity for Bicyclists and Pedestrians on the National Mall - A07 Michael Alvino, National Park Foundation Diversifying Access to National Wildlife Refuges with Alternative Transportation - A09 Elisa Kropat, Western Transportation Institute Challenges and Opportunities of Transit Partnership: Case of Lowell Heritage Trolley Expansion - A11 Christopher Glenn Hayes, National Park Foundation Trail to Stanley, Idaho, from Redfish Lake: Multiuse Transportation and Recreation Facility - B02 Andrew J, Besold, Western Transportation Institute Sharing the Wealth: Multiuse Path to Connect Gateway Communities to a National Park - B04 Lucy Gent Foma, National Park Foundation Creating Access to the Southwest s First Urban Wildlife Refuge - B06 Marisa Allison Rodriguez-McGill, Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge Exploring Multimodal Access to Cuyahoga Valley National Park Through Civic, Private, and Nonprofit Partnerships - B08 Carina Lieu, National Park Foundation Priority of Need and a Balanced Approach: A Conceptual Framework for FWS Transportation Projects - B09 Andrew Valdez, Western Transportation Institute Improving Transportation Serving Ancient Pueblo Archaeological National Monuments in Southwest Colorado - B10 Todd Johnson, Western Transportation Institute Using Road Safety Audit to Improve Entrance of Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge - B11 Matthew Bruno, Western Transportation Institute Gardiner Gateway Project: Revitalizing the Historic First Entrance to Yellowstone, the First National Park - B12 Katrina Hecimovic, National Park Foundation 5:45 p.m. 7:15 p.m., Shoreham, Regency Ballroom Aviation Caucus Peter Mandle, LeighFisher, presiding Sponsored by Aviation Group 6:00 p.m. 7:15 p.m., Marriott, Salon 1 Thomas B. Deen Distinguished Lecture and Presentations of Awards for Outstanding Papers and Standing Committee Achievements Robert E. Skinner, Jr., Transportation Research Board, presiding Sponsored by Technical Activities Council The recipient of the Thomas B. Deen Distinguished Lectureship is Joseph L. Schofer, Professor of Civil Engineering and Transportation and Associate Dean at the Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science and Director of the Infrastructure Technology Institute, Northwestern University. The title of Schofer s Schofer lecture is Moving the Goods: Performance Measures and the Value Proposition for Transportation Projects. The award recognizes the career contributions and achievements of an individual in areas covered by the Board s Technical Activities Division. Honorees present overviews of their technical areas, including evolution, present status, and prospects for the future. A copy of the lecture is available on the TRB Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers, part of the TRB Annual Meeting Online. For more information, go to Everyone participating in the Annual Meeting is encouraged to attend the lecture. Introduction of Deen Lecturer Deborah H. Butler, Executive Vice President, Planning, and CIO, Norfolk Southern Corporation, Norfolk, Virginia; and Chair, TRB Executive Committee Deen Lecture Presentation Moving the Goods: Performance Measures and the Value Proposition for Transportation Projects ( ) Joseph L. Schofer, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois Presentations of Awards for Outstanding Papers for 2013 Katherine F. Turnbull, Executive Associate Director, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University System, and Chair, TRB Technical Activities Council Pyke Johnson Award (planning and environment) Modeling of Household Vehicle Type Choice Accommodating Spatial Dependence Effects Rajesh Paleti and Chandra R. Bhat, University of Texas, Austin; Ram M. Pendyala, Arizona State University; and Konstadinos G. Goulias, University of California, Santa Barbara Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No

133 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) K. B. Woods Award (design and construction) First Observation of Blending-Zone Morphology at Interface of Reclaimed Asphalt Binder and Virgin Bitumen Sayeda Nowrozon Nahar, Mohamad Mohajeri, Alexander J. M. Schmets, Athanasios Scarpas, and Martin F. C. van de Ven, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; and Georg Schitter, Vienna University of Technology, Austria Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No D. Grant Mickle Award (operations and maintenance) Treatment Effects and Design Guidance for High- to Low-Speed Transition Zones for Rural Highways David K. Gilmore, Karin M. Bauer, and Darren John Torbic, MRIGlobal; and Christopher S. Kinzel and Robert J. Frazier, HDR Engineering, Inc. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No Patricia F. Waller Award (safety and system users) Effects of High-Visibility Enforcement on Driver Compliance to Pedestrian Yield Right-of-Way Laws Ronald G. Van Houten and Brad Huitema, Western Michigan University; J. E. Louis Malenfant, Center for Education and Research in Safety, Canada; and Richard D. Blomberg, Dunlap & Associates Inc. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No William W. Millar Award (public transportation) How Close Is Close Enough? Statistical Equivalence of Onboard Versus Online Surveys of Transit Customers Ben Cummins, Gregory Mark Spitz, and Margaret Campbell, Resource Systems Group, Inc.; and Tara P. O Malley, Chicago Transit Authority Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No John C. Vance Award (transportation law) Legal Issues Involving Surety for Public Transportation Contracts Michael Loulakis, Capital Project Strategies; and Shannon J. Briglia and Lauren P. McLaughlin, BrigliaMcLaughlin, PLLC TCRP Legal Research Digest 40 Fred Burggraf Award (papers by young researchers) In planning and environment: Meta-Analysis of Transit Bus Exhaust Emissions Erin Cooper and Aileen Carrigan, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute; Magdala Arioli, EMBARQ Brazil; and Umang Jain, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute, India Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No Presentation of TRB Standing Committee Blue Ribbon Awards Katherine F. Turnbull Communications Travel Survey Methods Committee, chaired by Guy Rousseau, Atlanta Regional Commission, for efforts to ensure that the travel survey community has access to the best and most up-to-date information, documentation, and details on survey methods Community Building and Mentoring Women s Issues in Transportation Committee, cochaired by Marsha Anderson Bomar, Stantec Consulting, Inc., and Heather A. Rothenberg, Federal Highway Administration, for cooperatively pursuing activities with the Women s Transportation Seminar to enhance the professional development and career advancement of women in the industry Advancing Research Operational Effects of Geometrics Committee, chaired by Kay Fitzpatrick, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, and the Geometric Design Committee, chaired by Eric T. Donnell, Pennsylvania State University, for jointly developing a strategic geometric design research program in consultation with the AASHTO Technical Committee on Geometric Design Contributing to TRB and the Transportation Community Conduct of Research Committee, cochaired by Jason J. Bittner, University of South Florida Center for Urban Transportation Research, and Barbara Thomas Harder, B. T. Harder, Inc., for championing and leading a variety of TRB activities, special initiatives, and ongoing partnerships contributing to TRB and the transportation research community; and Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee, chaired by Catherine T. Lawson, State University of New York, Albany, for expanding the depth of research on urban transportation data through a number of joint subcommittees devoted to emerging transportation data issues Presentation of TRB Outstanding Young Member Award (Sponsored by Stantec. Inc.) Lucy Phillips Priddy, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi, and Chair, TRB Young Members Council; and Marsha Anderson Bomar, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. Stephane Hess, Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, for demonstrated exceptional service to TRB and achievements in transportation research, policy, or practice MON 131

134 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON 437 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Case Studies in Performance-Based Analysis of Geometric Design Geoffrey B. Millen, McCormick Rankin, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Operational Effects of Geometrics Committee and Highway Safety Performance Committee HOT TOPIC SR-46 Corridor Safety Study - B02 Casey Ryan Bergh and Erin M. Ferguson, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Springfield Road Corridor Alternatives Analysis - B04 Christopher Tiesler, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Incorporation of Substantive Safety into All Phases of Nevada DOT S Project Development Process - B06 Mike Colety and Michael S. Mosley, Kimley-Horn & Associates, Inc.; Ken Mammen and Jaime Tuddao, Nevada Department of Transportation Safety Evaluation of I-580 and US-395 Alt in Nevada - B08 Yue Zhao and Zong Z. Tian, University of Nevada, Reno; Chuck Reider, Nevada Department of Transportation Using the Highway Safety Manual and Enhanced Interchange Safety Analysis Tool in Value Engineering: Application in the Canadian Context - B10 Damir Bjelica, MMM Group Limited, Canada Quantifying Safety Effects of Road Diet with Highway Safety Manual Part C Predictive Methods - B14 Jiguang Zhao, CH2M Hill Applying the Michigan Highway Safety Manual Spreadsheet Tool - B16 Jeffrey Bagdade, Opus International Consultants Recalibration of the Highway Safety Manual: Rural Two-Lane Highways - B18 Cheryl Bornheimer and Howard Lubliner, Kansas Department of Transportation Glacier Highway Pedestrian and Bicycle Treatments - C09 Andrew Ooms and Lee A. Rodegerdts, University of Wisconsin, Madison Comprehensive Safety Performance Evaluations of Widely Spaced Diverging Areas, Closely Spaced Diverging Areas, Left- Side Diverging Areas, and Freeway Exit Ramps - C11 Hongyun Chen, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Developing Customized Processes for Quantitative Planning- Level Safety Analysis in Oregon - C13 Tegan Enloe, DKS Associates, Inc. Building Safety Analyst for Highway Safety Manual Data Use and Organization - C15 Dean C Kanitz, Michigan Department of Transportation Evaluating Local and Tribal Rural Road Design with Interactive Highway Safety Design Model - C17 Xiao Qin and Zhi Chen, South Dakota State University; Kimberly Vachal, North Dakota State University 438 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall East Changing Culture...Saving Lives Joseph S. Toole, Kittelson & Associates, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Safety and System Users Group and Roadway Safety Culture Subcommittee Summary of 2013 National Transportation Safety Board Forum on Safety Culture: Enhancing Transportation Loren Groff, National Transportation Safety Board Summary of TRB 2013 Roadway Safety Cultures Summit Nicholas J. Ward, Western Transportation Institute Safety Culture Research Needs J. Peter Kissinger, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety Near-Term Safety Culture Actions Robert E. Hull, Utah Department of Transportation 439 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Virginia B Do Teens Drive Like Their Parents? Tsippy Lotan, Or Yarok, Israel, presiding Sponsored by Operator Education and Regulation Committee Do Teens Driving Records Look Like Their Parents? Overview of the Literature Teresa Senserrick, University of New South Wales, Australia Like Parent Like Son? Contribution of Parents Driving Behavior, Family Climate for Road Safety, and Parent-Targeted Intervention to Young Male Driving Behavior Orit Taubman Ben-Ari, Bar Ilan University, Israel; Oren Musicant, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel; Tsippy Lotan, Or Yarok, Israel; Haneen Farah, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Effect of Family Climate on Self-Reported Risky Driving Behavior of Young Novice Drivers ( ) Aline Carpentier, Kris Brijs, Tom Brijs, Stijn Daniels, and Geert Wets, Hasselt University, Belgium Associations Between Parent and Teen Risky and Dangerous Driving Practices: Evidence from New Zealand Drivers Study Rebecca Brookland, University of Otago, New Zealand Association Between Cell Phone Use While Driving Among Parents and Their Teenage Children Johnathon P. Ehsani, Bruce Simons-Morton, and Paul Albert, National Institutes of Health; Sheila G. Klauer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Yunlong Xie, National Institutes of Health 440 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Driver Distraction from Cell Phones, Texting, Lack of Sleep, and Agressiveness David Kidd, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, presiding Sponsored by Vehicle User Characteristics Committee Cell Phone Resting Locations: Determining Most Frequent In-Vehicle Cell Phone Placement and Containers by Using 100-Car Naturalistic Driving Study Database ( ) - E01 Leslie C. Harwood, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Sheila G. Klauer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Zachary R. Doerzaph, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute After and During Event Effect of Cell Phone Usage on Driving Performance: Driving Simulator Study ( ) - E02 Raju Thapa, Julius Atta Codjoe, and Sherif Ishak, Louisiana State University Text Messaging While Driving: User Experience and Engineering ( ) - E03 Siby Samuel, Avinoam Borowsky, and Donald L. Fisher, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Use of Electronic Communication Devices by Canadian Drivers in Urban Areas ( ) - E04 Brian Austin Jonah and Valerie Todd, Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators Evaluation of Effect of Total Awake Time on Driving Performance Skills: Hazard Anticipation and Hazard Mitigation Simulator Study ( ) - E05 Malek Hamid, Siby Samuel, Avinoam Borowsky, and Donald L. Fisher, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

135 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Young Driver Distraction by Text Messaging: Comparison of Effects of Reading and Texting in Chinese Versus English ( ) - E06 Wei Yan, University of Hong Kong Effect of Different Distractions on Driving Performance for Drivers Using a Touch Screen ( ) - E07 Toru Hagiwara, Ryo Sakakima, and Takumi Kamada, Hokkaido University, Japan Questionnaire on Susceptibility to Driver Distraction: Development and Relation to Relevant Self-Reported Measures ( ) - E08 Jing Feng, Susana Marulanda, and Birsen Donmez, University of Toronto, Canada Comparative Assessment of Aggressiveness at Signalized Intersections Using Driving Simulators: Exploratory Case Study ( ) - E10 Mazen Salah Danaf, American University of Beirut, Lebanon; Samer Hani Hamdar, George Washington University; Maya Abou Zeid and Isam Kaysi, American University of Beirut, Lebanon 441 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Driving Through Curves and Work Zones and Past Roadside Vegetation James Robertson, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by Vehicle User Characteristics Committee This session includes papers devoted to driver behavior in relation to the external environment. Driving simulators, field data collection, and other methods were used to answer research questions about clear zones, work zones, and curves. Effects of Varying Work Zone Configuration, Distance Between Traffic Signs, and Individual Differences on Drivers Perceived Workload ( ) - E09 Mahmoud Shakouri, Karthy Punniaraj, Fereydoun Aghazadeh, Laura Hughes Ikuma, and Sherif Ishak, Louisiana State University Influence of Mobile Work Zone Barriers in Maintenance Work Zones on Driver Behavior: Driving Simulator Study ( ) - E11 Joshua Swake, David S. Hurwitz, Justin Neill, and John Anthony Gambatese, Oregon State University Effects of Clear Zone Size and Roadside Vegetation on Driver Behavior ( ) - E12 Cole D. Fitzpatrick, Curt P. Harrington and Michael A. Knodler, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Lateral Stability of Horizontal Curve Combined with Vertical Alignment: Driving Simulator-Based Study ( ) - E13 Xuesong Wang, Ting Wang, and Xingwei Wu, Tongji University, China Traffic-Calming Measures Affecting Perceived Speed in Approaching Bends with On-Field Validated Virtual Environment ( ) - E14 Riccardo Rossi, Massimiliano Gastaldi, Gregorio Gecchele, Francesco Biondi, and Claudio Mulatti, University of Padua, Italy Combining Driving Performance Information in an Index Score: Simulated Curve-Taking Experiment ( ) - E15 Seddigheh Babaee, Yongjun Shen, Elke Hermans, Geert Wets, Tom Brijs, and Caroline Ariën, Hasselt University, Belgium Driving Simulator Study on Influence of Chevron Alignment Signs on Drivers: Speed Choices on Horizontal Curves ( ) - E17 Xiaohua Zhao, Yiping Wu, and Jian Rong, Beijing University of Technology, China; Jianming Ma, Texas Department of Transportation 442 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Highway Rail Grade Crossings: Human Factors Research and Analysis Jason Field, Moffatt & Nichol Engineers, presiding Sponsored by Highway/Rail Grade Crossings Committee Driver behavior has been estimated to cause over 90% of highway rail crossing collisions. This session provides a variety of insights into what drivers might be doing wrong and what they can do better. The effectiveness of many common treatments, such as passive warning signs, is also evaluated via simulator analyses. Estimation of the severity of highway rail crossing collisions is also explored. Analysis of Severity of Vehicle Crashes at Highway Rail Grade Crossings: Multinomial Logit Modeling ( ) - C01 Wei Fan, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Elias Wondwossen Haile, University of Texas, Tyler Driver Behavior at Railway Highway Grade Crossings with Passive Traffic Controls: Driving Simulator Study ( ) - C02 Bryan Bartnik, Jun Liu, and Stephen Richards, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Effects of Driver Inner Attributes and Railroad-Crossing-Related Experience on Driving Behaviors at Passive Railroad Grade Crossings ( ) - C03 Jun Liu, Bryan Bartnik, and Stephen Richards, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Evaluating Vulnerable Road User Accessibility at At-Grade Railroad Crossings ( ) - C04 Rebecca Peterniak, Adam Richard Budowski, and Jeannette Montufar, University of Manitoba, Canada Comparison of Driver Behaviors Between Railway Crossings with Flashing-Light Signals and Intersections with Traffic Control Signals ( ) - C05 Toshihisa Sato and Motoyuki Akamatsu, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan; Toru Shibata, Shingo Matsumoto, and Kazunori Hayama, Railway Technical Research Institute, Japan Assessment of Pre-Preemption Strategy of Traffic Signals near Railroad Grade Crossing Utilizing Simulation Analysis ( ) - C06 Xuanwu Chen, Yan Xiao, and Mohammed Hadi, Florida International University; Melissa Ackert, Florida Department of Transportation; Pei-Sung Lin, University of South Florida Mobile Devices As a courtesy to other attendees, please observe good mobile manners. 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136 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 443 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall West 445 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 HOT TOPIC Infrastructure Corrosion, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 336) Yash Paul Virmani, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Corrosion Committee This session discusses service life prediction modeling and performance of different corrosion-resistant reinforcing bar materials. Intelligent Transportation System Technology Development and Connected Vehicles: System Control, Safety, and Evaluation Wei-Hua Lin, University of Arizona, and Jane E. Lappin, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, presiding Sponsored by Intelligent Transportation Systems Committee MON User-Oriented Advance Corrosion Forecasting for Reinforced Concrete Florida Bridges Alberto A. Sagues, University of South Florida Time to Corrosion and Failure Projection of Concrete Reinforced with Corrosion-Resistant Reinforcement William H. Hartt, Florida Atlantic University Corrosion Performance Evaluation and Service Life Modeling of Galvanized Reinforcement in Iowa Bridge Deck After 36 Years John S. Lawler, Paul D. Krauss, and James P. Donnelly, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. Evaluation and Service Life Modeling in Support of Deck Maintenance Decision Making for Multiple Aged Heavily Traveled Bridge Decks for Indiana Toll Road John S. Lawler, Paul D. Krauss, and Jonathan C. McGormley, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc :30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland C Innovative Pedestrian Transportation Research Robert J. Schneider, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, presiding Sponsored by Pedestrians Committee Far-Side Audible Beaconing of Accessible Pedestrian Signals: Is It Confusing? ( ) Alan C. Scott, Elon University; Billie Louise Bentzen and Janet M. Barlow, Accessible Design for the Blind; David Guth, Western Michigan University; Jennifer Graham, Graham Rehabilitation Closed-Course Study of Driver Detection of Pedestrians ( ) Kay Fitzpatrick, James Robertson, and Raul E. Avelar, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Skateboarding Down the Street: Potential Factors Influencing the Decision to Skateboard as an Active Travel Mode Initial Exploration ( ) Kevin Fang, University of California, Davis Impact of Intersection Design on Pedestrians Choice to Cross on Red ( ) Nicolae Duduta, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute; Qianqian Zhang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matt Kroneberger, Consultant Failure Mode and Effects Analysis Approach to Train Speed Increase Risk Assessment at a Complex At-Grade Rail Crossing. John B. L. Robinson, Flood Murray International, Canada Using Wizard of Oz Technique to Evaluate Connected Vehicles: Distracted Driver Performance to Multiple Alerts in a Multiple- Conflict Scenario ( ) - A01 Gregory M. Fitch and Darrell S. Bowman, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Eddy Llaneras, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Analytical Modeling of Highway Reservation System: Integrated Traffic Management Approach ( ) - A02 Peng Su and Byungkyu (Brian) Park, University of Virginia Data-Driven Particle Filter for Multistep Look-Ahead Travel Time Prediction ( ) - A03 Hao Chen and Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Development of Traffic Simulator-Based Safety Assessment Framework Incorporating Driver Warning, GPS/INU, and V2V/ V2I ( ) - A04 Jaehyun So, University of Virginia; George Dedes, DGNSS Solutions, LLC; Byungkyu (Brian) Park, University of Virginia; Siavash Hosseiny-Alamdary and Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, Ohio State University Enhancing Driver Behavior Modeling at Signalized Intersections Using a Driver Aggressiveness Measure and Machine Learning Techniques ( ) - A05 Mohamed Elhenawy, Ihab El-Shawarby, and Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Microscopic Estimation of Arterial Vehicle Positions in a Low Penetration Rate Connected Vehicle Environment ( ) - A06 Noah Joseph Goodall, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research; Byungkyu (Brian) Park and Brian Lee Smith, University of Virginia Simulation Testing of Connected Vehicle Applications in a Cloud-Based Traffic Simulation Environment ( ) - A07 Raj Kishore Kamalanathsharma, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Brian Badillo, Harmonia Holdings Group, LLC Prototype Freeway Merging Control Algorithm Under Connected Vehicle Environment ( ) - A08 Hyungjun Park, Shize Su, Md. Tanveer Hayat, and Brian Lee Smith, University of Virginia Connected Vehicle Systems: Evaluation of Display Location and Application Type in Driving Performance ( ) - A09 LaTanya M. Holmes and Leslie C. Harwood, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Sheila G. Klauer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Zachary R. Doerzaph, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute Real-Time Identification of Probe Vehicle Trajectories in the Mixed Road Network ( ) - A10 Yu Mei, Keshuang Tang, and Keping Li, Tongji University, China Driver Perceptions and Sources of User Dissatisfaction in the Implementation of Variable Speed Limit Systems ( ) - A11 Suzanna Long, Missouri University of Science and Technology; Lance Gentry, Colorado State University; Ghulam Hussain Bham, University of Alaska, Anchorage

137 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) Adaptive Adjusting Approach for Vehicular Ad Hoc Network Based on IEEE p/WAVE ( ) - A12 Meng Xia, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China; Xiaobo Chen, Institute of Comprehensive Transportation of National Development and Reform Commission, China; Danya Yao, Tsinghua University, China New Snapshot Generation Protocol in Connected Vehicle Environment for Travel Time Estimation ( ) - A13 Chen Chen, Jalil Kianfar, and Praveen Edara, University of Missouri, Columbia Loop Detector Data Error Diagnosing and Interpolating with Probe Vehicle Data ( ) - A14 Henk J. van Zuylen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Jie Li and Guorong Wei, Hunan University, China Safety Impacts of Intervehicle Warning Information Systems for Moving Hazards Under Connected-Vehicle Environments ( ) - A15 Eunbi Jeong and Cheol Oh, Hanyang University, South Korea; Gunwoo Lee, Korea Maritime Institute; Hanseon Cho, Korea Transport Institute Empirical Evaluation of Drivers Route Choice Behavioral Responses to Social Navigation ( ) - A16 Shadi Djavadian, University of Toronto, Canada; Raymond Gerard Hoogendoorn and Bart van Arem, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Joseph Y. J. Chow, Ryerson University, Canada Managing Motorway Bottlenecks Using Logic Tree Based Algorithm for Variable Speed Limit Controllers ( ) - A17 Duo Li, Prakash Ranjitkar, and Avishai Ceder, University of Auckland, New Zealand Short-Term Prediction of Traffic Parameters: Performance Comparison of Data-Driven and Less-Data-Required Approaches ( ) - A18 Mohamed Badhrudeen, Jithin Raj, and Lelitha Devi Vanajakshi, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Effect of Tactile Location, Pulse Duration, and Interpulse Interval on Perceived Urgency ( ) - B01 Bridget A. Lewis, Jesse Lee Eisert, and Carryl Baldwin, George Mason University Accounting for Traffic Density and Market Penetration in Newly Developed Connectivity Robustness Model for Connected Vehicle Environments ( ) - B03 Osama Osman and Sherif Ishak, Louisiana State University GPS Error Correction with Multipath Evaluation Using Three- Dimensional Maps ( ) - B05 Shunsuke Miura, Feiyu Chen, and Shunsuke Kamijo, University of Tokyo, Japan Near-Crash Identification in a Connected Vehicle Environment ( ) - B07 Alireza Talebpour and Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University; Fiorella Mete, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Samer Hani Hamdar, George Washington University; Bruno Dalla Chiara, Politecnico di Torino, Italy Performance Evaluation of Transit Data Formats on a Mobile Device ( ) - B09 Sean J. Barbeau, University of South Florida; Tatu Saloranta, FasterXML, LLC Combinatorial Auction to Allocate Traffic ( ) - B11 Hao Zhou and Romesh Saigal, University of Michigan Energy Consumption Reduction Strategies for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles with Connected Vehicle Technology in an Urban Environment ( ) - B13 Parth Bhavsar, Yiming He, and Mashrur A. Chowdhury, Clemson University; Ryan Fries, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville; Andrew Shealy, South Carolina Governor s School for Science and Mathematics Determining the Location of Congestion Hot Spots in Urban Areas Using Image Analysis ( ) - B15 Aditya Mokkapati, Louisiana State University and Louisiana Transportation Research Center; Ravindra Gudishala and Chester G. Wilmot, Louisiana State University 446 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 1 Multiple Stress Creep and Recovery Test: Implementation Process for New AASHTO Asphalt Binder Specification Robert Q. Kluttz, Kraton Polymers; Delmar R. Salomon, Pavement Preservation Systems, LLC; and Harold R. Paul, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Asphalt Materials Committee and General Issues in Asphalt Technology Committee Federal Highway Administration Perspective Matthew R. Corrigan, Federal Highway Administration Asphalt Industry Perspective R. Michael Anderson, Asphalt Institute Missouri s Experience with Multiple Stress Creep and Recovery Test John P. Donahue, Missouri Department of Transportation Regional Implementation in the Southeast Stacey Diefenderfer, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research Multiple Stress Creep and Recovery Test Progress and Direction from Western United States William R. Schiebel, Colorado Department of Transportation 447 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall North New Research Enabling Decisions to Enhance Safety in Work Zones Wade Odell, Texas Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Work Zone Traffic Control Committee Photometric Evaluation of Steady-Burn Warning Lights in Work Zones ( ) LuAnn Theiss, Jeffrey David Miles, and Gerald L. Ullman, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Stefanie Maxwell, Florida Department of Transportation Impact of Work Zone Lighting on Driver s Detection of Objects ( ) Melisa Dayle Finley, Kayla D. Weimert, and Jeffrey David Miles, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Estimating the Impact of Work Zones on Highway Safety ( ) Ozgur Ozturk and Kaan Ozbay, Rutgers University; Hong Yang, New York University Analysis of Expected Crash Reduction Benefits and Costs of Truck-Mounted Attenuator Use in Work Zones ( ) Gerald L. Ullman and Vichika Iragavarapu, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Work Zone Positive Protection Policy Guidance: Synthesis of Devices and State of Practice ( ) Steven D. Schrock, Eric J. Fitzsimmons, and Tomas Ernesto Lindheimer, University of Kansas; Ming-Heng Wang, Kainan University, Taiwan; Yong Bai, North Dakota State University Work Zone Safety Analysis and Modeling: State-of-the-Art Review ( ) Hong Yang, New York University; Ozgur Ozturk and Kaan Ozbay, Rutgers University; Kun Xie, New York University MON 135

138 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 448 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Virginia A Nondestructive Evaluation of Bridge Decks Shane D. Boone, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Field Testing and Nondestructive Evaluation of Transportation Structures Committee 450 CM I 2.0 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Delaware A Past, Present, and Future of Access Management Marc Butorac, Kittelson & Associates, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Access Management Committee MON Influence of Cracks on Service Life of Bridge Decks ( ) Soundar Balakumaran and Michael Carey Brown, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research; Richard E. Weyers, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Characterizing Surface-Breaking Crack in Concrete Bridge Decks Using Surface Wave Measurements ( ) Nenad Gucunski and Seong-Hoon Kee, Rutgers University Field Monitoring of Rebar Debonding in Concrete Bridge Decks Under Traffic-Induced Vibrations ( ) Miguel Beltran and Hani H. Nassif, Rutgers University Developing Deterioration Threshold Model for Assessment of Concrete Bridge Decks Using Ground-Penetrating Radar ( ) Nicole Martino and Ralf Birken, Northeastern University; Kenneth R. Maser, Infrasense, Inc.; Ming Wang, Northeastern University 449 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South Off-Specification and Local Materials as Aggregates for More Sustainable Pavements Nancy M. Whiting, Purdue University, and Roger W. Surdahl, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Mineral Aggregates Committee and Low-Volume Roads Committee Illinois Tollway s Research Studies to Increase the Use of Washed and Unprocessed Carbonate Waste Fines or Screenings in Concrete Pavements Steven Gillen, Illinois State Toll Highway Authority Local and Minimally Processed Aggregates for Chip Seals on Low-Volume Roads Scott Shuler, Colorado State University Maximizing the Use of Local Aggregates in Asphalt Surfaces Rebecca S. McDaniel, Purdue University Recycled Asphalt Shingles in Low-Volume Gravel-Surfaced Roads Tim Stahl, Jackson County, Minnesota Potential for Using Minnesota Mesabi Aggregate as High-Quality Complement to Lower-Quality Local Materials: Opportunities, Challenges, and Sustainability Lawrence Matthew Zanko, University of Minnesota Join us for access management application, implementation, innovation, and celebration. Be prepared to participate and discuss how the lessons from the past and present will help us face the challenges of the future. Access Management Past Philip Demosthenes, Philip B. Demosthenes LLC Access Management Present Kristine M. Williams, University of South Florida Access Management Future Frank C. Broen, Teach America Corporation Panel Discussion Philip Demosthenes, Philip B. Demosthenes LLC; Kristine M. Williams, University of South Florida; Frank C. Broen, Teach America Corporation; Christopher Wayne Huffman, Huffman Corridor Consulting, LLC; Vergil G. Stover, Texas A&M University; Karen K. Dixon, Texas A&M Transportation Institute 451 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 3 HOT TOPIC Performance Management on Managed Lane Facilities Myron Swisher, Science Applications International Corporation, presiding Sponsored by Managed Lanes Committee and Congestion Pricing Committee Role of Performance Management and Lessons Learned from Recent Implemented Projects Katherine F. Turnbull, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Identifying Net Effect of Highway Project in Before-and-After Evaluation ( ) Wenjing Pu, World Bank Group; Subrat Mahapatra and Morteza Tadayon, Maryland State Highway Administration; Dennis N. Simpson, Maryland Transportation Authority Effectiveness of Managed Lanes on South Korean Expressways ( ) Kitae Jang and Jisup Shim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; SungBong Chung, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, South Korea; Shin Hyoung Park, Keimyung University, South Korea MnPASS Express Lane Performance Evaluation: Interstate 35W in Minnesota ( ) Kenneth Buckeye, Minnesota Department of #TRBAM Transportation Research Board

139 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 452 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon :30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Recent Research Results from User Information Studies Bryan Katz, Science Applications International Corporation, presiding Sponsored by User Information Systems Committee Advanced Traveler General Information System for Fresno, California ( ) - C08 Omid M. Rouhani and H. Oliver Gao, Cornell University Self-Regulation Reduces Crash Risk from Attentional Effects of Cognitive Load from Auditory-Vocal Tasks ( ) - C10 Richard Allen Young, Wayne State University Display of Website Addresses on Dynamic Message Signs and Portable Changeable Message Signs ( ) - C12 Gerald L. Ullman, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Value of Information and Risk Attitudes ( ) - C14 Vinayak V. Dixit and Kasun Wijayaratna, University of New South Wales, Australia Evaluation of Causal Factors Affecting Drivers Reading Time on Variable Message Signs ( ) - C16 Taehyung Kim, Korea Transport Institute; Taehyeong Kim, Korea Institute of Construction Technology; Cheol Oh, Hanyang University, South Korea; Bum-Jin Park and Hyoungsoo Kim, Korea Institute of Construction Technology Modeling Driver Perceptions of Travel Conditions in In Situ Route Choice Experiment in Real-World Conditions ( ) - C18 Aly M. Tawfik, California State University, Fresno; Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 453 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland A Seismic Design of Bridges: Celebrating Our Legacy Mervyn Kowalsky, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, presiding Sponsored by Seismic Design and Performance of Bridges Committee Over the past 40 years, seismic design of bridge structures has seen a tremendous evolution. Engineering practice has progressed from a very limited understanding of the effects of earthquakes on bridge structures to extensive use of ductile detailing and the development of performance-based design. This session reviews past, current, and future seismic design practice and the impacts of milestone earthquakes and extensive research on the practice of seismic design of bridges. Past and Future Trends in Seismic Design and Assessment of Bridges Michele Calvi, Istituto Universario di Studi Superiori di Pavia, Italy Performance-Based Sesimic Design of Bridges: Past, Present, and Future Elmer Marx, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Evolution of Seismic Design in California Michael D. Keever, California Department of Transportation Simulation and Measurement of Driver Performance Judith Burki-Cohen, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, presiding Sponsored by Simulation and Measurement of Vehicle and Operator Performance Committee Design Philosophies for Driving Simulation Practice Scenarios ( ) - D01 Jacqueline M. Jenkins, Cleveland State University Bicycles in Urban Areas: Review of Existing Methods for Modeling Behavior ( ) - D02 Heather Anne Twaddle and Tobias Schendzielorz, Technische Universität München, Germany; Oliver Fakler, TRANSVER, Germany Comparing Two Driving Simulation Practice Scenarios for Steering and Speed Control ( ) - D03 Jacqueline M. Jenkins and Nancy Seck, Cleveland State University Impact of Driving Simulator Configuration on Drivers Behavior: Example with Rural Intersection Studies ( ) - D04 Florence Rosey, CETE de Normandie Centre, France; Jean- Michel Auberlet, Institut Français des Sciences et Technologies des Transports, France Automatic Generation and Population of Graphics-Based Driving Simulator Using Mobile Mapping Data for Behavioral Testing of Drivers ( ) - D05 Michael Brogan, Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown, Ireland; David Kaneswaran, Sean Commins, and Charles Markham, National University of Ireland, Maynooth; Catherine Deegan, Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown, Ireland Traffic Conflict Investigation Using Georeferenced Stereovision: Case Study on Bus Pedestrian Interaction ( ) - D06 Salvatore Cafiso, Alessandro Di Graziano, and Giuseppina Pappalardo, University of Catania, Italy Using Drivers Jerks Profile in Computer Vision-Based Traffic Safety Evaluations ( ) - D07 Mohamed H. Zaki and Tarek Sayed, University of British Columbia, Canada; Khaled Shaaban, Qatar University Results from Driving Simulator Study on Performance of Drivers with Cerebral Diseases in Rural Roads ( ) - D08 Eleonora Papadimitriou, Dimosthenis Pavlou, Panagiotis Papantoniou, and George Yannis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece; Sokratis G. Papageorgiou, University of Athens Medical School, Greece Driving Simulator-Based Analysis of Driver Compliance Behavior Under Dynamic Message Sign-Based Route Guidance ( ) - D09 Anam Ardeshiri and Mansoureh Jeihani, Morgan State University; Srinivas Peeta, Purdue University Pedestrian Safety Under Permissive Left-Turn Signal ( ) - D10 Yi Qi and Aohan Guo, Texas Southern University Microscopic Simulation Model for Pedestrian Flow at Signalized Crosswalks ( ) - D11 Lili Lu, Gang Ren, Wei Wang, and Xiaolin Gong, Southeast University, China Dynamic Driver s Perception of Dilemma Zone: Experimental Design and Analysis of Driver s Learning in a Simulator Study ( ) - D12 Sahar Ghanipoor Machiani and Montasir M. Abbas, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (continued) MON 137

140 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) MON Session 454 (continued) 456 Novel Vehicle Motion Model Considering Driver Behavior for Trajectory Prediction and Driving Risk Detection ( ) - D13 Liqun Peng, Chaozhong Wu, and Zhen Huang, Wuhan University of Technology, China; Ming Zhong, University of New Brunswick, Canada Visual Fidelity of Virtual Information: Why and How Is a Virtual MUTCD Needed for Driving Simulation? ( ) - D14 Xi Zhao and Wayne A. Sarasua, Clemson University Experiments with Two- and Three-Dimensional Detection Algorithms for Driver Drowsiness Monitoring ( ) - D15 Panagiotis Kottas and Eftihia G. Nathanail, University of Thessaly, Greece; Panos D. Prevedouros, University of Hawaii, Manoa Discovery of Driving Behavior Patterns Based on Multivariate Time Series ( ) - D16 Zhenlong Li, Zhao Xiaohua, and Jian Rong, Beijing University of Technology, China; Jianming Ma, Texas Department of Transportation Driving Simulation Validation of Driver Behavior in Work Zones ( ) - D17 Ghulam Hussain Bham, University of Alaska, Anchorage; Ming C. Leu, Manoj Vallati, and Durga Raj Mathur, Missouri University of Science and Technology Experimental Modeling of the Effect of Hurricane Wind Forces on Driving Behavior and Vehicle Performance ( ) - D18 Jose Manuel Rodriguez, Julius Atta Codjoe, Osama Osman, Sherif Ishak, and Brian Wolshon, Louisiana State University 455 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland B To the Future! Emerging Methods in Road Safety Analysis John N. Ivan, University of Connecticut, presiding Sponsored by Safety Data, Analysis and Evaluation Committee and Highway Safety Performance Committee FHWA Workshop on Analytical Methods from Other Disciplines Roya Amjadi, Federal Highway Administration Vision for Safety Simulation William Young, Monash University, Australia Applying Data Mining Techniques to Road Safety Analysis Xiao Qin, South Dakota State University Artificial Realistic Data: Tool to Test and Improve the Trustworthiness of Safety Performance Functions Ezra Hauer, University of Toronto, Canada Multilevel Modeling in Road Safety: Using Traffic Counts to Predict Dangerous Driving Ward Vanlaar, Traffic Injury Research Foundation, Canada 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Marriott, Delaware B Unique Challenges of Mega-Project Delivery Matthew M. McDole, LS Gallegos, presiding Sponsored by Construction Management Committee Sound Transit: Seattle Development of an Area Transit System Richard A. Sage, Sound Transit Tappan Zee Bridge: New York State Thruway Peter Sanderson, New NY Bridge WMATA Dulles Rail Extension Patrick A. Nowakowski, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority VDOT Midtown Tunnel Project Dusty Holcombe, Virginia Department of Transportation 457 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Shoreham, Ambassador Advancements in Support Structure Technology and Research Xiaohua H. Cheng, New Jersey Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by General Structures Committee Anchor Bolt Steel Strength in Annular Stand-Off Base Plate Connections ( ) Kenton Elliot McBride, Ronald Cook, and David O. Prevatt, University of Florida; William Potter, Florida Department of Transportation Thermal Analysis of a Highway Overhead Support Structure ( ) Byungik Chang, University of New Haven; Brent Matthew Phares, Iowa State University; Hao Zou, Hella Electronic Corporation Field Testing of Signal Head Vibration Absorber Mitigation Device to Reduce Fatigue in Wind-Excited Traffic Signal Support Structures ( ) Richard Christenson and Majid Cashany, University of Connecticut; Jieying Hua and Delong Zuo, Texas Tech University Natural Wind Response and Fatigue Assessment of a Cantilevered Traffic Signal Structure with Helical Arm Strakes ( ) Kyle Wieghaus, Stefan Hurlebaus, and John Mander, Texas A&M University 458 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Shoreham, Regency Ballroom Airline Consolidation: Impacts on Stakeholders and the Industry Paul Aussendorf, Government Accountability Office, presiding Sponsored by Aviation Economics and Forecasting Committee Become an Affiliate! Take advantage of reduced Annual Meeting registration fees and year-round benefits by becoming a TRB Affiliate. In addition, you will receive the bimonthly magazine, TR News, a discount on most publications and the subscription service, and use of the TRB Library. Have Airline Mergers in the United States Reduced Domestic Market Concentration? ( ) Matthew Schabas, University of California, Berkeley Capacity Discipline and Consolidation of Airport Connectivity in the United States ( ) Michael D. Wittman and William Swelbar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Effects of Airline Consolidation on U.S. Airports Matthew J. Townsend, LeighFisher Airports Response to Airline Consolidation in the United States Matthew J. Cornelius, Airports Council International - North America

141 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 459 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Shoreham, Empire Managing Pavement Networks Goran Mladenovic, University of Belgrade, presiding Sponsored by Pavement Management Systems Committee Calibration and Validation of Condition Indicator for Managing Urban Pavement Networks ( ) Aleli Osorio and Alondra Chamorro, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Susan Louise Tighe, University of Waterloo, Canada; Carlos Videla, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Analysis of Pavement Overlay and Replacement Performance Using Random-Parameter Hazard-Based Duration Models ( ) Panagiotis Ch. Anastasopoulos, State University of New York, Buffalo; Fred L. Mannering, Purdue University Florida s Return on Investment from Pavement Research and Development ( ) Wiley Cunagin, Atkins; James A. Musselman and Rhonda Taylor, Florida Department of Transportation; Bruce Dietrich, Pavement Analytics LLC Investigating the Consistency in HPMS and Pavement Management Reporting ( ) Omar G. Smadi, Iowa State University; Kathryn A. Zimmerman, Applied Pavement Technology, Inc. Probabilistic Life-Cycle Assessment as Network-Level Evaluation Tool for Use and Maintenance Phases of Pavements ( ) James Bryce, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Samer Wehbe Katicha, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Gerardo W. Flintsch, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Nadarajah Sivaneswaran, Federal Highway Administration; Joao Santos, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute 460 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Shoreham, Hampton Modeling Theories and Practices in Freight Planning and Logistics, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 461) Kuilin Zhang, Michigan Technological University, and Bruce Wang, Texas A&M University, presiding Sponsored by Freight Transportation Planning and Logistics Committee; Transportation Network Modeling Committee; and Urban Freight Transportation Committee This session follows the call for papers in modeling of freight planning and logistics. The call specially emphasizes new development in modeling theories and practices. The models cover freight planning and operations in both private and public sectors and various modes of transportation. They represent the current state of the art in freight planning and logistics operations. City Logistics: Freight Distribution Management with Time- Dependent Travel Times and Disruptive Events ( ) Lan Jiang and Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University Impacts of Extended Interstate Closures to Regional Freight Logistics: Case Study of 2011 Interstate 29 Closure ( ) Tracy Joe Troutner, Federal Highway Administration; Konstantina Gkritza, Iowa State University Impact of Introducing Longer and Heavier Vehicles on Regional Consumer Price Index and on Road Freight Transport System of Spain ( ) Andres Felipe Guzman and José Manuel Vassallo, Madrid Polytechnic University, Spain Intermodal Network Design with New Terminals in a Competitive Environment with Uncertain Demand ( ) Fateme Fotuhi and Nathan N. Huynh, University of South Carolina Analysis of Competitiveness of Freight Tricycle Delivery Services in Urban Areas ( ) Chawalit Tipagornwong and Miguel Figliozzi, Portland State University 461 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Shoreham, Executive Modeling Theories and Practices in Freight Planning and Logistics, Part 2: Energy Development, Predictive Analytics, and Rural Corridors (Part 1, Session 460) Bruce Wang, Texas A&M University, presiding Sponsored by Freight Transportation Planning and Logistics Committee This session emphasizes new development in modeling theories and practices. The models cover freight planning and operations in both private and public sectors and various modes of transportation. They represent the current state of the art in freight planning and logistics operations. Framework for Characterizing Truck Traffic Related to Petroleum Well Development and Production in Unconventional Shale Plays ( ) Mark Jonathon Reimer and Jonathan D. Regehr, University of Manitoba, Canada Logistics Sprawl: Differential Warehousing Development Patterns in Los Angeles, California, and Seattle, Washington ( ) Scott Ogilvie, University of Washington Modeling Courier Vehicle s Travel Behavior: Case of Seoul, South Korea ( ) Sijin Kim, Dongjoo Park, Seheon Kim, and Hyeongjun Park, University of Seoul, South Korea Predictive Analytics to Improve Pricing and Sourcing in Third- Party Logistics Operations ( ) Christopher Lindsey, Andreas Frei, Hani S. Mahmassani, Young-Woong Park, and Diego Klabjan, Northwestern University; Michael Reed, Gregory Langheim, and Todd Keating, Echo Global Logistics Critical Rural Freight Corridor Designation: Implications of Truck Percentage Calculation ( ) Alex James Marach and Teresa M. Adams, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Ernie Barker Perry, Mid-America Freight Coalition Audience Etiquette Please observe the following points of meeting etiquette: Make sure the sound on all cell phones, beepers, and signal watches is turned off. Keep the meeting room doorways clear. Find seating as far forward as possible. Place materials under chairs to maximize seating capacity. Locate seating instead of standing in aisles or against walls. Take it easy with the atomizer many people are highly allergic to perfume and cologne. Thank you for your cooperation! MON 139

142 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 462 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Shoreham, Palladian More Environmentally Friendly Asphalt Overlay Solutions Linda M. Pierce, Applied Pavement Technology, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Pavement Rehabilitation Committee 464 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Roadside Safety Design: Bridge Rails and Concrete Barriers Ronald K. Faller, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, presiding Sponsored by Roadside Safety Design Committee MON Cold-in-place Recycling Technique in Nevada: Field Performance Evaluation for a Decade of In-service Period ( ) Murugaiyah Piratheepan, Selvaratnam Sanjeevan, and Elie Y. Hajj, University of Nevada, Reno; Anita Bush, Nevada Department of Transportation Field Validation of Recycled Cold Mix Viscoelastic Properties ( ) Massimo Losa, Pietro Leandri, and Andrea Di Natale, University of Pisa, Italy Effect of Ground Tire Rubber on Open-Graded Mixture Performance ( ) James Richard Willis, National Center for Asphalt Technology; Tom Rosenmayer, Lehigh Technologies, Inc.; Doug Carlson, Liberty Tire Recycling 463 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Shoreham, Congressional Risk Analysis Applications Across the Modes Eloy Eugene Martinez, LTK Engineering Services, presiding Sponsored by Passenger Rail Equipment and Systems Integration Committee and Risk Analysis Subcommittee Risk analysis tools are growing in use across the modes. Use varies from extensive modeling of specific issues to generic models that aim to support decision making across the transportation enterprise. This session reviews some of these applications and discusses how they apply risk analysis tools to transportation and rail specifically. FRA s Safety Risk Model and Hazard List Scott Cunnane and Joseph Monty, MacroSys LLC; Sarah Abdelkader, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center; Todd Carroll and Shuang Wu, MacroSys LLC Developing Fatality Weighted Injury Measure for FRA Todd Carroll, MacroSys LLC; Sarah Abdelkader, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Defining Shock and Trauma Injury Measure Shuang Wu, MacroSys LLC; Sarah Abdelkader, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center Risk Analysis Decision Framework for Transportation Sarah Abdelkader, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center; Scott Cunnane and Joseph Monty, MacroSys LLC Pinned-Down Temporary Concrete Barrier with Transition Systems for Limited-Space Work Zone Applications ( ) Nauman M. Sheikh and Roger P. Bligh, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Paul Fossier, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Design and Finite Element Analysis of Single Slope Median Wall for Grade Separation ( ) Chiara Silvestri Dobrovolny, Dusty Arrington, Michael S. Brackin, and Roger P. Bligh, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Ali Hangul, Tennessee Department of Transportation MASH-Compliant Sign Mounting Designs for Placement on Concrete Median Barrier ( ) Akram Abu-Odeh and Roger P. Bligh, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Wade Odell and Jianming Ma, Texas Department of Transportation; Wanda L. Menges, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Developing Selection Tables for Bridge Railing ( ) Malcolm Howard Ray, Christine Carrigan, and Chuck Aldon Plaxico, RoadSafe LLC 465 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Shoreham, Diplomat Tools for Improving Quality of Highway Stormwater Runoff Scott Taylor, RBF Consulting, presiding Sponsored by Hydrology, Hydraulics and Water Quality Committee and Physicochemical and Biological Processes in Soils Committee This session presents tools for improving the quality of highway stormwater runoff to help roadway practitioners better meet federal, state, and local stormwater regulations in design and construction of their roadway projects. Stochastic Empirical Loading and Dilution Model for Analysis of Flows, Concentrations, and Loads of Highway Runoff Constituents ( ) Gregory Granato, U.S. Geological Survey; Susan Cheung Jones, Federal Highway Administration Model of Flow Regimes in Porous Pavement and Porous Friction Courses ( ) John Joseph Sansalone, University of Florida Removal of Dissolved Heavy Metals in Highway Runoff ( ) Michael Barrett and Lynn Katz, University of Texas, Austin; Scott Taylor, RBF Consulting Long-Term Performance of Media Filter Drains ( ) Agathe R. P. Thomas, Liv Haselbach, Cara Poor, and Maxwell R. J. Freimund, Washington State University Medium-Scale Experimental Study on Moisture Control of Subgrades ( ) Jianming Ling, Yan Xie, and Jinsong Qian, Tongji University, China

143 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 466 CM I 2.0 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, Lincoln East Commuting, Expenditures, and Equity Steven Farber, University of Utah, presiding Sponsored by Social and Economic Factors of Transportation Committee Transportation, Employment, and Housing Mobility: Evidence from Moving to Opportunity Program ( ) Evelyn Blumenberg and Gregory Pierce, University of California, Los Angeles Examining Commuting by Spatially and Socioeconomically Disaggregate Data in Leon County, Florida ( ) Daniel Schleith, University of Cincinnati; Mark W. Horner, Florida State University Measuring Transportation Equity: Commute Time Penalties by Race and Mode in Greater Boston ( ) Elizabeth Williams, Stephanie Pollack, and Chase Billingham, Northeastern University Analysis of Household Transportation Spending During U.S. Economic Recession ( ) Piyushimita (Vonu) Thakuriah, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; Yaye Keita, University of Illinois, Chicago 467 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 8 Digging into Paratransit Data and Policies Celeste Chavis, Morgan State University, presiding Sponsored by Paratransit Committee HOT TOPIC Generators of Paratransit Trips by Persons with Disabilities ( ) Devajyoti Deka and Eric J. Gonzales, Rutgers University Toward a Standard for Paratransit Data: Lessons from Developing General Transit Feed Specifications for Nairobi s Matatu System, Kenya ( ) Jacqueline Klopp, Columbia University; Jackson Mutua, Dan Orwa, and Peter Waiganjo, University of Nairobi, Kenya; Sarah Williams, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Adam White, GroupShot Characterizing Urban Dynamics Using Large-Scale Taxicab Data ( ) Xinwu Qian, Xianyuan Zhan, and Satish V. Ukkusuri, Purdue University 468 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 5 Extracting Information by Using Automated Sensors Manoj K. Jha, Morgan State University, presiding Sponsored by Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications Committee Developing a Support Vector Machine Classifier for Transportation Mode Identification by Using Mobile Phone Sensor Data ( ) Arash Jahangiri, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Full-Body Occlusion Handling and Density Analysis in Traffic Video-Surveillance Systems ( ) Evangelos Palinginis, Georgia Institute of Technology; Man- Woo Park, Myongji University, South Korea; Keitaro Kamiya and Jorge Andres Laval, Georgia Institute of Technology; Ioannis Brilakis, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology Connected Component-Based Pavement Crack Identification by Using Support Vector Machines ( ) Onur Pekcan, Middle East Technical University, Turkey Automatic Extraction of Number of Lanes from Georectified Aerial Images ( ) Li Tang, Albert Gan, and Priyanka Alluri, Florida International University 469 CM I 2.0 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 6 Innovative Practices in Wildlife Crossings Julianne Schwarzer, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, presiding Sponsored by Ecology and Transportation Committee and Culverts and Hydraulic Structures Committee Wildlife Use of Highway Underpass Structures in Washington State ( ) Hailey M. Starr, Kelly McAllister, and Kenneth M. Stone, Washington State Department of Transportation Culvert, Bridge, and Fencing Recommendations for Big Game Wildlife Crossings in Western United States Based on Utah Data ( ) Patricia C. Cramer, Utah State University Fish Passage Design Aids for Wildlife Crossing in Washington State: State of the Practice ( ) Jon K. Peterson, Kelly McAllister, and Kenneth M. Stone, Washington State Department of Transportation Arizona Wildlife and Transportation Connectivity Projects (P ) Ray Schweinsburg, Arizona Game and Fish Department 470 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, Georgetown East HOT TOPIC Maintenance and Operations Management for Climate Change: Department of Transportation State of the Practice Marie Venner, Venner Consulting, presiding Sponsored by Climate Change and Energy Task Force and Maintenance and Operations Management Committee This session focuses on DOT maintenance and operations strategies to address the increased risks imposed by extreme weather and climate change. Included will be an overview of how DOT decision making, vulnerability assessment, and maintenance and operations strategies are evolving since Hurricanes Irene and Sandy; Florida DOT s M&O strategy in areas with highfrequency flooding; and how Michigan DOT is incorporating risk information into asset management systems and maintenance and operations. Michigan DOT Maintenance and Operations Activities to Address Climate Change Risk and Incorporate Risk Information into Asset Management Systems Gregory C. Johnson, Michigan Department of Transportation Florida DOT s Strategy in Areas with High-Frequency Flooding Maria Cahill, Florida Department of Transportation Northeast Maintenance and Operations Strategies Since the Storms Debra A. Nelson, New York State Department of Transportation MON 141

144 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 471 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, Lincoln West 473 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, Georgetown West MON Modeling with an Attitude: Models That Consider Attitudes and Latent Variables David Ory, Metropolitan Transportation Commission, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Demand Forecasting Committee TCRP Project H-37: Characteristics of Premium Transit Services That Affect Mode Choice Key Findings and Results ( ) Maren L. Outwater, Resource Systems Group, Inc.; Chandra R. Bhat, University of Texas, Austin; Ram M. Pendyala, Arizona State University; Stephane Hess, University of Leeds, United Kingdom; Bhargava Sana, Nazneen Ferdous, and William Woodford, Resource Systems Group, Inc.; Raghuprasad Sidharthan, University of Texas, Austin Exploring the Role of Individual Attitudes and Perceptions in Predicting the Demand for Cycling: Hybrid Choice Modeling Approach ( ) Rafael Maldonado-Hinarejos, Aruna Sivakumar, and John W. Polak, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Analyzing Route Choice Strategies on Transit Networks ( ) Sebastián Raveau and Juan Carlos Muñoz, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Dynamic Travel Mode Searching and Switching Analysis Considering Hidden Modal Preference and Behavioral Decision Processes ( ) Chenfeng Xiong and Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park New Estimation Approach to Integrate Latent Psychological Constructs in Choice Modeling ( ) Chandra R. Bhat and Subodh Dubey, University of Texas, Austin 472 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, International East Parking Tension: Perceived Neighborhood Benefits Versus Citywide Benefits Rachel R. Weinberger, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Demand Management Committee and Parking Management Joint Subcommittee Modeling Multifamily Residential Parking Utilization in King County, Washington ( ) Daniel Hollis Rowe, King County Metro Transit; Stephanie Morse, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation; Craig Ratchford, King County Metro Transit; Peter M. Haas and Sofia Becker, Center for Neighborhood Technology Effect of On-street Parking on Traffic Throughput at Nearby Intersections ( ) Jin Cao, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich Residential Permit Parking: Better Off Without It? ( ) Emily Kate McNeil Moylan, Matthew Schabas, and Elizabeth Deakin, University of California, Berkeley Parking in Urban Centers: Policies, Supplies, and Implications in Six Cities ( ) Christopher McCahill, Jessica Haerter-Ratchfrod, Norman Garrick, and Carol Atkinson-Palombo, University of Connecticut Retrofitting Automatic Train Operation to Existing Rail Transit Systems: Opportunities and Challenges Thomas R. Hickey, CH2M Hill, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Rail Transit Systems Committee and Intermodal Transfer Facilities Committee Introduction Thomas R. Hickey, CH2M Hill, Inc. Overview of Current European Practice Mark C. Walbrun, CH2M Hill, Inc. Automated Metro Operations: Challenges and Opportunities David O. Nelson, Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. Rail Transit Experience in Honolulu, Hawaii Simon Zweighaft, HDR/InfraConsult 474 CM I 2.0 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, International West Risks and Opportunities of Governmental Lending and Credit Activities Morteza Farajian, Virginia Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Revenue and Finance Committee Panel Discussion Jorianne Jernberg, Federal Highway Administration; Brian Peters, Florida Department of Transportation; Lisa Fenner, KPMG LLP; James Bass, Texas Department of Transportation; John Lawson, Virginia Department of Transportation 475 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 7 Rural Public and Coordinated Human Services Transportation: Using Nontraditional Performance Indicators to Measure Impacts J. William Rodman, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, presiding Sponsored by Rural Public and Intercity Bus Transportation Committee Transit Operational Performance: Exploring Nontraditional Performance Indicators and Methods for Analyzing Policy Impact on Nonurbanized and Rural Transit Operations ( ) Eunice V. Akoto, Henderson State University Impacts of Coordinating Human Services Transportation: One Study, Two Locations, and Three What-if Coordination Scenarios ( ) Carolina V. Burnier, Amy Jacobi, and Gwo-Wei Torng, Noblis; Yehuda Gross, Federal Highway Administration

145 Sessions and Events: Monday, January 13 (continued) 476 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, Jefferson East 477 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m., Hilton, Jefferson West HOT TOPIC Stated-Preference and Best-Worst Surveys Rebekah Anderson, Ohio Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Travel Survey Methods Committee Better Pen-and-Paper Surveys for Research in Developing Countries: Modified Stated-Preference Pivoting Approach ( ) Andrew A. Campbell and Christopher R. Cherry, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Megan Smirti Ryerson, University of Pennsylvania; Luke Jones, Valdosta State University Testing Consistency Between Choices in Best-Worst Surveys ( ) Marek Giergiczny, University of Warsaw, Poland; Stephane Hess, University of Leeds, United Kingdom; Thijs Dekker, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Phani Kumar Chintakayala, Institute for Transport Studies, United Kingdom Interpreting Discrete Choice Models Based on Best-Worst Data: A Matter of Framing ( ) John Matthew Rose, University of Sydney, Australia Video Game Versus Traditional Text-Only Stated-Preference Survey of Neighborhood Choice ( ) Javad Mostofi Darbani, Ali Rezaei, and Zachary Rupert Patterson, Concordia University, Canada; John Zacharias, Peking University, China Transportation Planning by Metropolitan Planning Organizations for Climate-Resilient Communities William M. Lyons, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, presiding Sponsored by Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Processes Committee; Transportation and Sustainability Committee; Climate Change and Energy Task Force; Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Committee; and Public Transportation Planning and Development Committee Metropolitan planning organizations offer the strategic, regional, multimodal, and collaborative approach essential to plan resilient communities that survive and prosper in the face of catastrophic weather and other major threats. MPOs are challenged to develop new partnerships, technical tools, and funding approaches that are essential for resiliency to be integrated into transportation planning and investments. Presenters report MPO best practices, with comments from a Dutch perspective. Introduction and Overview: MPOs and Resilience William M. Lyons, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center New York City and Northern Jersey MPOs Planning for Post- Sandy Metro Area Joel P. Ettinger, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council Developing Partnerships to Prepare for Climate Change Impacts to Roadways Serving the Military in Hampton Roads, Virginia Sam Belfield, Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization; Ben McFarlane, Hampton Roads Planning District Commission Adapting the Bay Area to Rising Tides Through Transportation Infrastructure Stefanie Hom, Metropolitan Transportation Commission Planning a Future Below Sea Level: Perspectives from the Netherlands Kees van Muiswinkel, Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment MON Get Involved! TRB s standing committees provide an excellent opportunity for you to network with others in your field and to stay current on emerging issues while contributing to the continuing evolution of transportation research and practice. To participate as a volunteer in TRB committee activities or to learn more about the work of the standing committees, Consult the list of TRB standing committees at including the scope statement and member list for each. Contact the TRB staff representative to find out about current activities in which you may want to participate. Volunteer to serve as a reviewer of research papers, to work on a committee project, or to give a presentation or preside at a session of the annual meeting or a specialty conference. Participate in committee meetings at this Annual Meeting, which generally are open to anyone who wishes to attend. Introduce yourself to the chair and to other committee members. 143

146 Daily Index: Tuesday, January 14 TUE Sessions and Events MARRIOTT 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m. 478 Application of Asphalt Mix Performance-Based Specifications, Salon Application of Geophysical Survey Methods in Geoengineering Practice, Virginia A 480 Controlling and Preventing Corrosion of Highway Maintenance Fleet Equipment, Maryland C 481 Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Activities and Priorities, Salon Highway Rail Grade Crossing Safety: Collision Analysis and Crossing Design Issues, Thurgood Marshall North 483 Innovative Bridge Construction Projects, Delaware B 484 Lessons Learned During Geotechnical Research Deployment: How Organizations Encourage Implementation, Thurgood Marshall South 485 Measuring and Assessing Bridge Performance, Delaware A 486 Research on Flashing Yellow Arrows and Permissive Left-Turn Displays, Thurgood Marshall West 487 Rural Road Safety Research and Practical Applications, Maryland B 488 Topics in the Design of Concrete Bridges, Maryland A 489 Young Scientists Present Latest Impaired-Driving Research, Virginia B SHOREHAM 490 Contemporary Applied Research Opportunities in Aviation Safety, Congressional 491 Demographic and Socioeconomic Factors in Forecasting Aviation Passenger Activity, Hampton 492 Freight Day, Part 1: How Will Industry Reinvent the Supply Chain Given Capacity Constraints, Reliability Demands, and Shipper Cost Concerns? (Part 2, Session 544; Part 3, Session 593; Part 4, Session 658), Blue Room 493 Impacts of Tire and Truck Loads on Pavement Performance, Regency Ballroom 494 Innovations in the Passenger Rail Equipment Industry, Executive 495 Military Transportation Issues, Palladian 496 Outside the Fence Line: Hazardous Materials Transportation and Response Planning, Diplomat 497 Past, Present, and Future of Pavement Design, Empire 498 Roadside Safety Design: W-Beam Guardrail, Ambassador HILTON 499 Advancing Department of Transportation Practice in Knowledge Management, Columbia Hall Balancing Economic and Environmental Objectives: Accelerated Project Delivery and Environmental Stewardship Streamlining Opportunities in MAP- 21 and Beyond, Columbia Hall Citywide Sustainability Policy Development, Practice, and Evaluation: International Perspective, International East 502 Congestion and Reliability Measurement and Management, Georgetown West 503 Effects of and Adaptation to Climate Change in Transportation Systems, Columbia Hall Historic Covered Bridges: Three Perspectives on Preservation and Education, Lincoln East 505 Living Within the Right-of-Way, New Address for the Homeless, Jefferson East 506 New Approaches for Measuring Transit System and Network Performance, Columbia Hall Road Infrastructure and Climate Change Part I (Part 2, Session 557), Georgetown East 508 The Boss Is Looking: Support from Transportation CEOs on the Role of Data and Information for Better Decisions, Lincoln West 509 Transportation and Economic Development, Jefferson West 510 Transportation Network Optimization and Design, Columbia Hall 4 HILTON 8:00 a.m. noon 511 Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program Research Showcase, International West MARRIOTT 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m Years of Traffic Flow Theory: Achievements and Challenges, Salon Advances in Chemicals, Technology, and Asset Management for Winter Maintenance, Salon Advances in Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 841), Salon Pedestrian Planning, Design, and Safety, Salon Traffic Signals for Multimodal Systems, Salon Urban Traffic Modeling and Management Using the Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram, Salon Weather Impacts in Surface Transportation, Salon Winter Maintenance Policies and Impacts on Travel Safety and Reliability, Salon 2 SHOREHAM 520 Current Research in Freight Transportation and Logistics Planning and Operations, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 568), Blue Room Foyer 521 Trucking Industry Research, Blue Room Foyer HILTON 522 Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies, International Center 523 Bicyclists, Behavior, and Attitudes, International Center 524 Bikesharing, International Center 525 Cycling Policy and Facility Evaluation, International Center 526 Cyclist Safety and Operations, International Center 527 Emerging Information Technology Advances in Transportation, 2013, International Center 528 Transportation Energy and Climate Change, International Center MARRIOTT 9:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Exhibits (9:30 am-4:00 pm), Exhibit Hall 144

147 Daily Index: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) MARRIOTT 10:15 a.m. noon 529 Aggregate Properties Affecting Pavement Response and Performance, Thurgood Marshall South 530 Applications of Bridge Life-Cycle Management, Delaware A 531 Critical Issues Affecting Maintenance Equipment in Departments of Transportation and Needed Research, Maryland C 532 Driver and Vehicle Safety Innovation, Salon Fifty Years of Culverts and Soil- Structure Interaction: What Have We Learned, and What Does the Future Hold? Virginia A 534 Fifty Years of Traffic Flow Theory: Achievements and Challenges, Thurgood Marshall West 535 International Benchmarking on Road Safety, Maryland B 536 Organizational Conflicts of Interest: Rules and Policies Affecting Projects Using Alternative Delivery Methods, Delaware B 537 Speed Monitoring, Traffic Calming, and GIS Applications for Law Enforcement Agencies, Researchers, and Engineers, Virginia B 538 State Department of Transportation CEO Critical Issues Roundtable, Part 1: Funding and Financing (Part 2, Session 589; Part 3, Session 650), Salon Sustainability: 20 Years in the Past and 20 Years in the Future, Thurgood Marshall North 540 Toll Projects and the Environmental Process, Maryland A SHOREHAM 541 Achieving Smart Noise-Based Regulations for Vessel Traffic, Hampton 542 Anticipating Future Needs in Transportation Cybersecurity, Regency Ballroom 543 Federal Roles in Air Travel Disease Mitigation, Congressional 544 Freight Day, Part 2: Optimizing Freight Traffic in Congestion Connected Trucks and Advanced Technologies (Part 1, Session 492; Part 3, Session 593; Part 4, Session 658), Blue Room 545 High-Speed Rail Issues with Critical Velocity and Raleigh Wave Speed: Ground-Borne Vibrations, Executive 546 Improving Business Practices Between Transportation Agencies and Railroads, Empire 547 Public, Private, or a Little of Both: What s the Right Future for U.S. Air Traffic Control? Palladian 548 Roadway Departure Risk, Ambassador 549 Use and Misuse of Cost Data in Simplified Rail Regulatory Proceedings, Diplomat HILTON 550 Finding Cleaner Ways to Move Goods and People: Options for Alternative Fuel Trains and Trucks, Lincoln East 551 New Horizons for International Research Collaboration: European Union s Horizon 2020 Program, Georgetown West 552 Public Involvement Challenges Associated with Demographic and Climate Changes, Columbia Hall Public Transit Reliability, Columbia Hall Rail Transit Planning, Columbia Hall Rail Transit Updates, Columbia Hall Resiliency in Public Transportation, Jefferson West 557 Road Infrastructure and Climate Change, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 507), Georgetown East 558 Transportation Data: Our Legacy and Our Future, Part 1: The Legacy (Part 2, Session 611), Columbia Hall Using Social Media to Improve Urban Transportation, International East 560 What CEOs Need to Know About Transportation Data for Better Decisions, Lincoln West 561 What s It Worth? New Findings on How Transportation Investments Affect Property Values, Jefferson East MARRIOTT 10:45 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 562 Alternative Safety Performance Indicators: Advancing the Frontier, Salon Current Topics in Research to Improve Safe Mobility for Older Persons, Salon Innovative Pedestrian Analysis Methods, Salon Innovative Traffic Signal Control Algorithms and Signal Designs, Salon Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations, Salon School Transportation Research, Salon 2 SHOREHAM 568 Current Research in Freight Transportation and Logistics Planning and Operations, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 520), Blue Room Foyer 569 What s New in Context- Sensitive Solutions: Case Studies, Blue Room Foyer HILTON 570 Creative Use of Data in Transportation and Public Health Planning, International Center 571 Ecology and Transportation, International Center 572 Emerging Research in Health and Transportation, International Center 573 Environmental Analysis in Transportation, International Center 574 Historic and Archeological Preservation in Transportation, International Center 575 International Transportation Air Quality Research, International Center 576 Transportation and Air Quality, International Center 577 Transportation-Related Noise and Vibration, International Center 578 Waste Management and Resource Efficiency in Transportation, International Center MARRIOTT 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 579 Active Technology: Real Experience and Evaluation, Maryland B 580 Application of Phased Array Ultrasonics for Steel Bridge Fabrication, Delaware B 581 Impact of Transportation Research Board and Others on the Practice of Engineering Geology, Thurgood Marshall South 582 Innovations in Geometric Design Using Operational and Reliability- Based Analysis Methods, Maryland A TUE 145

148 Daily Index: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE 583 Measuring Effectiveness of Pavement Maintenance and Preservation, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 646), Thurgood Marshall North 584 Nighttime Analysis of Road Safety and Operations, Thurgood Marshall West 585 Predictors of Teenage Driving Risk, Maryland C 586 Railroad Operational Safety Research, Virginia B 587 Seasonal Climatic Effects on Infrastructure, Virginia A 588 Signing and Pavement Marking Materials, Delaware A 589 State Department of Transportation CEO Critical Issues Roundtable, Part 2: Performance Management (Part 1, Session 538; Part 3, Session 650), Salon Vehicle Speeds in Work Zones, Salon 3 SHOREHAM 591 Airport Cooperative Research Program Projects That Have Positively Affected Aviation System Planning, Hampton 592 Characterization and Performance of Unbound Pavement Layers, Ambassador 593 Freight Day, Part 3: Road Map to Significant Reduction of Freight- Related Energy Consumption and Emissions (Part 1, Session 492; Part 2, Session 544; Part 4, Session 658), Blue Room 594 Mechanistic Empirical Design of Concrete Pavements, Empire 595 Technical Challenges in Implementing Positive Train Control, Palladian 596 Safety Requirements, Standards, Human Factors, and Costs, Executive 597 Costs of Overweight Trucks: Permitting, Fees, and Infrastructure Impacts, Diplomat 598 Track Design for Substandard or Inferior Conditions, Regency Ballroom 599 What s the Buzz with Helicopters? Congressional HILTON 600 Artificial Intelligence Tools for Freeway Applications, Lincoln East 601 Challenges Associated with Preserving Historic Bridges, Jefferson East 602 History of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Georgetown East 603 How Does Gender Influence Travel Attitudes, Patterns, and Perspectives on Crime? Columbia Hall Implementing Asset Management Plans Through Transportation Investments, Columbia Hall Knowledge Management for Department of Transportation Resilience Planning and Operations Management, International East 606 National Parks and Federal Lands, Columbia Hall Sharing the Story: Using Technology to Make Planning Real, International West 608 Student Learning and Training: What Works and What Doesn t and Why, Lincoln West 609 The Big Idea, Georgetown West 610 Impact and Implications of Autonomous Driving on Automated Transit Systems, Columbia Hall Transportation Data: Our Legacy and Our Future, Part 2: The Future (Part 1, Session 558), Columbia Hall Working Together to Address Traffic Outside the Gates: Military and Civilian Perspectives on Resolving I-5 Issues at Joint Base Lewis McChord, Jefferson West MARRIOTT 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 613 Culvert Installation and Resulting Pressure Distributions, Salon Emulsified Asphalts: Surface Treatment Applications and New Residue Test Procedures, Salon Evaluation of Moisture Susceptibility of Asphalt Mixtures, Salon Foundation Analysis and Soil Improvement, Salon Improved Road and Railroad Performance Using Geosynthetics, Salon Introducing LTPP InfoPave: Web Access to the World s Largest Pavement Performance Database, Salon New Test Methods and Models for Evaluation and Prediction of Asphalt Binder Properties, Salon Pavement Foundation Quality Assurance, Salon Reinforced Soil Structures, Salon Strength and Deformation of Chemically Stabilized Materials, Salon Testing and Modeling of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 684), Salon Warm-Mix Asphalt, Salon 2 SHOREHAM 625 Contemporary Research on Intermodal Freight Transportation, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 712), Blue Room Foyer 626 Current Issues in International Trade and Transportation, Blue Room Foyer 627 Current Research on Container Terminal Operations, Blue Room Foyer 628 Intercity Passenger Rail, Blue Room Foyer 629 Railroad Operating Technologies, Blue Room Foyer HILTON 630 Analytic Tools for Transit Service Planning, International Center 631 Bus Transit Research and Practices, International Center 632 Cutting-Edge International Carsharing Research, International Center 633 Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 688), International Center 634 Innovations in Ridesharing and Other Transportation Demand Management Strategies, International Center 635 Innovations in Transit Planning and Evaluation, International Center 636 Parking Revolution from A(sset Management) to Z(oning), International Center 637 Tools for Analyzing Transit Ridership Demand or Network Flows, International Center 638 Transit Passenger Loyalty, Perceptions, and Behaviors, International Center 639 Transit Planning Experience, International Center 640 Transportation and Sustainability, International Center 146

149 Daily Index: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 641 TRB s Transit IDEA Program: Sponsoring Innovation in Transit, International Center MARRIOTT 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 642 Advances in Observing, Classifying, and Forecasting Winter Surface Conditions, Delaware A 643 Behavior of Cementitiously Stabilized Layers, Delaware B 644 Designing for High-Speed Operations, Thurgood Marshall West 645 Fiber-Reinforced Polymer in Highway Structures: Celebrating Our Legacy and Anticipating Our Future, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 713), Maryland A 646 Measuring Effectiveness of Pavement Maintenance and Preservation, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 583), Thurgood Marshall North 647 Motorcycle Crashes: Understanding and Controlling Contributing Factors and Injurity Severity, Virginia B 648 Recent Developments in End Result Specifications for Concrete Pavement Construction, Thurgood Marshall South 649 Special Topics for Steel Bridges, Virginia A 650 State Department of Transportation CEO Critical Issues Roundtable, Part 3: Evolving to Systems Management and Operations Culture (Part 1, Session 538; Part 2, Session 589), Salon The Six-Minute Pitch: Transportation Start-up Challenge, Salon Tweens and Teens: Increasing Their Safety Belt Use, Maryland B 653 User Information Systems: Past, Present, and Future, Maryland C SHOREHAM 654 Advances in Trucking Research, Executive 655 Airport Runway Safety: Metrics and Case Studies, Diplomat 656 Backcalculation of Pavement Layer Properties, Ambassador 657 Field and Laboratory Studies of Concrete Bridges, Empire 658 Freight Day, Part 4: Feeding and Care of the U.S. Transportation Workforce (Part 1, Session 492; Part 2, Session 544; Part 3, Session 593), Blue Room 659 If Waterways Are So Great, Why Aren t We Paying for Them? Hampton 660 Managing the Components of Supply Chain Risk from Intermodal Transportation Through Global Economic Vulnerabilities, Congressional 661 Railway Capacity Research, Palladian HILTON 662 Exploiting Real-Time Information in Traffic Network Analysis, Lincoln East 663 Integrated Transportation and Emission Modeling, Columbia Hall Mainstreaming Community- Based Climate Adaptation into Transportation Planning, Columbia Hall National Parks and Technology: Enhancing Visitors Experiences and Operations, Columbia Hall New Technology for Travel Surveys, Columbia Hall Programmatic Approaches to Environmental and Historic Preservation Review, Jefferson East 668 Reducing Vehicle Trips with Demand Management: Experience from Major Cities, a College Campus, the Summer Olympics, and Hurricane Sandy, Georgetown West 669 Safety Issues in Indian Country, Columbia Hall Shifts in Travel Behavior: Where Are We Going and How Do We Know? Tenth Annual Travel Data User Forum, Lincoln West 671 State Department of Transportation Projects in Urban Areas, International East 672 Striving to Build Consensus Across Transportation Modes, Jefferson West 673 Tolling in the United States and Abroad, Georgetown East 674 Women in Transportation: Support for Research, Professional Development, and Training, International West MARRIOTT 4:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 675 Additives for Asphalt Binders Affecting High- and Low- Temperature Performance and Compaction Processes, Salon Asphalt Laboratory and Field Testing, Salon Assessing and Tracking Bridge Condition, Salon Cold Planing, Compaction, and Pay Adjustments in Hot-Mix Asphalt Pavements, Salon Design and Construction Issues for Asphalt Surface Mixtures, Salon Emerging Topics in Bridges and Other Structures, Salon Emerging Topics in Seismic Design and Performance of Bridges, Salon Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement and Recycled Asphalt Shingle Processes: Blending, Rejuvenation, Rheology, and Durability, Salon Recycling, Reclaiming, and Modifying Asphalt Mixtures, Salon Testing and Modeling of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 623), Salon 2 SHOREHAM 685 Current Issues in Aviation, Blue Room Foyer 686 Geometric Design Research, Blue Room Foyer 687 Use of Global Positioning System for Safety Standards, Blue Room Foyer HILTON 688 Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 633), International Center 689 Innovative Research on Transportation and Land Use, International Center 690 Technical Side of Statewide Planning: Tools for Moving Toward Performance-Based Decision Making, International Center 691 Transportation Demand Forecasting: Models and Methods, International Center SHOREHAM 5:45 p.m. 7:15 p.m. Marine and Intermodal Caucus, Regency Ballroom TUE 147

150 Daily Index: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. SHOREHAM 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m. TUE MARRIOTT 692 Advanced Traveler Information Systems: Celebrating 15 Years of Innovative Research and Technology, Thurgood Marshall West 693 Advancing the State of Practice for Bridge Design, Construction, and Preservation, Thurgood Marshall East 694 Anger, Volatility, Decisions, Impairments, and Warnings: The Drama of Modeling Driver Behavior, Thurgood Marshall North 695 Construction of Two-Lift Portland Cement Concrete Pavements, Thurgood Marshall South 696 Cool Pavements: Thermal Properties, Field Experiments, and Modeling Techniques, Delaware B 697 Current Research Findings on Vehicle Highway Automation Systems, Salon Current Topics in Young Driver Research, Salon Data-Driven Decision Making in Highway Safety Management, Maryland C 700 Evaluating Hot-Mix Asphalt Pavements Using Nondestructive Testing, Salon Impact of Access Management Research, Salon Intelligent Transportation Systems in Practice: Deployment, Case Studies, and System Management and Evaluation, Salon Low Blood Alcohol Concentrations: Scientific Evidence for Impairment and Policy Considerations, Maryland B 704 Occupant Protection Research, Salon Perspectives and Research on Rail Trespassers, Virginia B 706 Prediction, Estimation, and Real-Time Traffic Signal Systems, Salon Roadway and Signalized Intersection Safety Through Law Enforcement Programs, Automated Enforcement, and Vehicle Detection, Salon Roundabouts from A to Z, Salon Transportation Tunnel Issues, Maryland A 710 Truck and Bus Safety, Salon Urban Traffic Modeling and Management Using the Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram, Delaware A 712 Contemporary Research on Intermodal Freight Transportation, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 625), Blue Room 713 Fiber-Reinforced Polymer in Highway Structures: Celebrating Our Legacy and Anticipating Our Future, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 645), Ambassador 714 Improving Freight Transportation Efficiency in Metropolitan and Urban Settings, Diplomat 715 Innovations in Inspection Technology and Data Management, Executive 716 New Developments in Rail and Intermodal Economics, Hampton 717 Quality Friction Measurements, Empire 718 Raising the Bar on Intercity Passenger Rail Service: Best Research Papers for 2013, Congressional HILTON 719 Accessibility and Economic Well- Being, Jefferson East 720 Activity Travel Dynamics, Lincoln West 721 Advances in Traffic Assignment and Network Equilibrium Modeling, Columbia Hall Continuous Discussion of Discrete Choice Models, Lincoln East 723 Leveraging New Technologies for Data Collection, Georgetown West 724 Managing Information and Knowledge: Tools of the Trade, Georgetown East 725 Natural Gas Vehicles and Fueling Infrastructure: No Longer on the Horizon, Columbia Hall Peer-to-Peer Carsharing: Latest Market Research, Columbia Hall Perspectives on Light-Rail Transit Planning, Jefferson West 728 Rail Transit Passenger Congestion, Columbia Hall 5 Meetings 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Safety Data and Information ABJ00 Technology Challenges (members only, breakfast), Hilton, Independence 7:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. Research and Education ABG00 Section Executive Board (members only, breakfast), Hilton, Holmead Strategic Management ABC10 Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 2 Computational Transportation ABJ30 and Society Subcommittee, ABJ30(2), Hilton, L Enfant Critical Issues Subcommittee, ADA10 ADA10(3), Hilton, Cardozo Air Quality Issues in Small and ADA30 Medium-Sized Communities Subcommittee, ADA30(2), Hilton, Albright Traveler Behavior and Values ADB10 Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 9 and 10 Integrated Transportation and ADB40 Land Use Modeling Joint Subcommittee of ADB40, ADD30, Hilton, Embassy Aviation Noise and Vibration ADC40 Subcommittee, ADC40(1), Hilton, Oak Lawn Hydraulics Subcommittee, AFB60 AFB60(2), Marriott, Jefferson Geotechnical Asset AFP10 Management Subcommittee, AFP10(2), Marriott, Tyler Data for Transportation AHB10 Operations Subcommittee, AHB10(3), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Work Zone Traffic Control AHB55 Committee, Marriott, Balcony A National Conference on Access AHB70 Management Subcommittee, AHB70(1), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8219 Contract Law Committee, AL030 Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 School Transportation ANB10 Subcommittee, ANB10(6), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8206 Young Drivers Subcommittee, ANB30 ANB30(1), Marriott, Truman Advanced Traveler Information AND20 Systems Joint Subcommittee of AND20, AHB15, Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8216 Public Transportation Group AP000 Young Members Subcommittee, AP000(2), Hilton, Piscataway Self-Powered Units Joint AP070 Subcommittee of AP070, AR020, Hilton, Kalorama International Light Rail Transit AP075 Developments Subcommittee, AP075(3), Hilton, Morgan Intercity Passenger Rail AR010 Intermodal Interface Subcommittee, AR010(1), Shoreham, Capitol Railway Maintenance AR060 Committee, Shoreham, Senate Freight Transportation AT010 Economics and Regulation Committee, Shoreham, Cabinet 148

151 Daily Index: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Research Needs Joint AV020 Subcommittee of AV020, AV010, Shoreham, Calvert Aviation Geographic AV070 Information Systems and Data Joint Subcommittee of AV070, ABJ60, Shoreham, Governors LIST Transportation Research B0002 Thesaurus Subcommittee, ABG40(2), Hilton, Du Pont 8:00 a.m. noon Data for Decisions and A0030T Performance Measures Special Task Force, Hilton, Columbia Hall 1 Transportation Economics ABE20 Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 11 and 12 Conduct of Research ABG10 Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 3 Transportation History ABG50 Committee, Hilton, Northwest Highway Traffic Monitoring ABJ35 Committee, Hilton, Monroe Metropolitan Policy, Planning, ADA20 and Processes Committee, Hilton, Cabinet Geometric Design Committee, AFB10 Marriott, Washington B4 Pavement Management AFD10 Systems Committee, Marriott, Washington B6 Seismic Design and AFF50 Performance of Bridges Committee, Marriott, Balcony B Portland Cement Concrete AFH50 Pavement Construction Committee, Marriott, Virginia C Characteristics of Asphalt AFK20 Materials Committee, Marriott, Washington B2 Basic Research and Emerging AFN10 Technologies Related to Concrete Committee, Marriott, Madison A Seasonal Climatic Effects on AFP50 Transportation Infrastructure Committee, Marriott, Hoover Subsurface Drainage AFS60 Committee, Marriott, Coolidge Chemical, Mechanical, and AFS90 Asphalt Stabilization Committee, Marriott, McKinley Freeway Operations Committee AHB20 (Part 1), Marriott, Wilson B and C Operational Effects of AHB65 Geometrics Committee, Marriott, Washington B5 Maintenance and Operations AHD10 Management Committee, Marriott, Washington B1 Pavement Maintenance AHD20 Committee, Marriott, Washington B3 Bridge Steel Coatings AHD30 Subcommittee, AHD30(2), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8212 Highway Safety Workforce ANB23 Development Committee, Marriott, Harding Vehicle User Characteristics AND10 Committee, Marriott, Wilson A Public Transportation Planning AP025 and Development Committee, Hilton, Fairchild Bus Transit Systems AP050 Committee, Hilton, Gunston 9:45 a.m. 2:45 p.m. Roundabout Video Theatre, Marriott, Johnson 10:15 a.m. noon ANB75 Planning and Environment A0040T Group Young Members Council, Marriott, Balcony A Management and Productivity ABC20 Committee, Hilton, Oak Lawn Parking Management Joint Subcommittee of ABE50, ABE50 ABE20, ABE25, AP020, Hilton, Morgan New Technologies ABJ40 Subcommittee, ABJ40(4), Hilton, L Enfant Civil Integrated Management ABJ95 Subcommittee, ABJ95(1), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8206 Research Subcommittee, ADA30 ADA30(3), Hilton, Albright Research for Transportation in ADA40 National Parks and Public Lands Subcommittee, ADA40(1), Hilton, Du Pont WSTLUR Conference ADB10 Subcommittee, ADB10(5), Hilton, Cardozo Network Models in Practice ADB30 Subcommittee, ADB30(4), Hilton, Embassy Transportation Demand ADB40 Forecasting Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 9 and 10 Social and Economic Factors ADD20 of Transportation Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 2 Water Quality Subcommittee, AFB60 AFB60(3), Marriott, Jefferson Interlayer Systems to Control AFD70 Reflective Cracking Subcommittee, AFD70(1), Marriott, Truman Measuring and Quantifying AHB10 Performance Subcommittee, AHB10(1), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Meeting Planning AHB35 Subcommittee, AHB35(3), Marriott, Tyler Access Management Research AHB70 Subcommittee, AHB70(2), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8219 Transportation Law Committee, AL010 Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 Art and Design Excellence in Transportation Joint AP045 Subcommittee of AP045, AP030, AV050, AL020, Hilton, Piscataway Light Rail Circulator Systems AP075 Subcommittee, AP075(1), Hilton, Kalorama Intercity Passenger Rail AR010 Committee, Shoreham, Governors Intergovernmental Relations in AV010 Aviation Committee, Shoreham, Capitol Aviation Sustainability AV030 Subcommittee, AV030(1), Shoreham, Calvert Marine Safety and Human AW040 Factors Committee (AW040), Shoreham, Cabinet 10:15 a.m. 1:15 p.m. Civil Helicopter Subcommittee, AV080 AV080(1), Shoreham, Senate Noon 1:30 p.m. TRB State Representatives and A0000 State Department of Transportation Chief Executive Officers Lunch (members only, lunch), Marriott, Thurgood Marshall East Noon 2:00 p.m. Concrete Materials Section AFN00 Executive Board (members only, lunch), Marriott, Congressional Public Transportation Group AP000 Executive Board (members only, lunch), Hilton, Jay 12:15 p.m. 1:15 p.m. Committee for the Tenth ABC99F National Conference on Transportation Asset Management Task Force (members only, lunch), Hilton, Independence Public-Private Partnerships ABE10 Subcommittee, ABE10(1), Hilton, Columbia Hall 11 and 12 Risk and Resilience Assessment ABE40 and Planning Subcommittee, ABE40-2, Shoreham, Cabinet Census for Transportation ABJ30 Planning Subcommittee, ABJ30(1), Hilton, L Enfant Social, Economic, and Cultural ADD00 Issues Section Executive Board (members only, lunch), Hilton, 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152 Daily Index: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE Joint Meeting of Subcommittee AHB10 Chairs and Research Needs Subcommittee, AHB10(7), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Aviation Water Resources AV030 Subcommittee, AV030(3), Shoreham, Calvert Aviation Safety Subcommittee, AV090 AV090(1), Shoreham, Capitol 1:30 p.m. 2:45 p.m. Subcommittee for NRC Oversight (members only), Marriott, Park Tower Suite :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m. SC001 Research Subcommittee, ABE25 ABE25(6), Hilton, Oak Lawn TRANSED Conference Planning ABE60 Subcommittee, ABE60(5), Hilton, Morgan Planning and Environment AD000 Group Young Member Council, Hilton, Piscataway Route Choice and ADB10 Spatiotemporal Behavior Joint Subcommittee of ADB10, ADB30, Hilton, Albright Network Equilibrium Modeling ADB30 Subcommittee, ADB30(2), Hilton, Cardozo Ecology and Transportation ADC30 Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 1 Renewable Energy Harvesting ADC60 Subcommittee, ADC60(2), Hilton, L Enfant Transportation Energy ADC70 Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 11 and 12 Sustainability Research ADD40 Subcommittee, ADD40(2), Hilton, Kalorama Accelerated Pavement Testing AFD40 International Conferences Subcommittee, AFD40(1), Marriott, Truman Structures Collaboration AFF00 Subcommittee, AFF00(1), Marriott, Madison A Sustainability Subcommittee, AHB10 AHB10(5), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Research Subcommittee, AHB35 AHB35(2), Marriott, Tyler Access Management Outreach AHB70 Subcommittee, AHB70(3), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8219 Environmental Issues in AL050 Transportation Law Committee, Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8222 Transportation Safety Planning ANB10 Subcommittee, ANB10(3), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8216 Human Factors of In-Vehicle AND20 Systems Joint Subcommittee of AND20, AND10, Marriott, Jefferson Bicycle Research ANF20 Subcommittee, ANF20(2), Hilton, Northwest Passenger Rail Equipment and AR020 Systems Integration Committee, Shoreham, Senate Freight Rail Transportation AR040 Committee, Shoreham, Cabinet Logistics of Disaster Response AT065T and Business Continuity Task Force, Shoreham, Governors Aircraft/Airport Compatibility AV070 Committee, Shoreham, Calvert Aviation Security and AV090 Emergency Management Committee, Shoreham, Capitol 1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Transportation in the ABE90 Developing Countries Committee, Hilton, Gunston Understanding New Directions ABJ45T for the National Household Travel Survey Task Force, Hilton, Columbia Hall 3 Visualization in Transportation ABJ95 Committee, Marriott, Washington B5 Transportation Planning for ADA30 Small and Medium-Sized Communities Committee, Hilton, Monroe Environmental Justice in ADD50 Transportation Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 2 Roadside Safety Design AFB20 Committee, Marriott, Washington B4 Hydrology, Hydraulics, and AFB60 Water Quality Committee, Marriott, Balcony B Pavement Rehabilitation AFD70 Committee, Marriott, Washington B6 Project Delivery Methods AFH15 Committee, Marriott, Coolidge Application of Emerging AFH30 Technologies to Design and Construction Committee, Marriott, Hoover Concrete Materials and AFN40 Placement Techniques Committee, Marriott, Virginia C Mineral Aggregates AFP70 Committee, Marriott, Washington B2 Vehicle Highway Automation AHB30 Committee, Marriott, Wilson A Traffic Flow Theory and AHB45 Characteristics Committee, Marriott, Wilson B and C Highway Rail Grade Crossings AHB60 Committee, Marriott, Washington B3 Maintenance and Operations AHD15 Personnel Committee, Marriott, Taylor Maintenance Equipment AHD60 Committee, Marriott, Harding Safety Data, Analysis, and ANB20 Evaluation Committee, Marriott, Washington B1 Alcohol, Other Drugs, and ANB50 Transportation Committee, Marriott, Balcony A Transit Management and AP010 Performance Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 9 and 10 Light Rail Transit Committee, AP075 Hilton, Cabinet Rail Transit Infrastructure AR055 Committee, Hilton, Fairchild TRB Information Services B0002 Committee, Marriott, McKinley 2:45 p.m. 3:30 p.m. TRB Executive Committee Orientation (members only), Marriott, Park Tower Suite :45 p.m. 5:30 p.m. E0000 Mainstreaming International A0010 Perspectives and Promoting International Networking, Cooperation, and Collaboration Subcommittee, A0010(1), Hilton, Oak Lawn Accessible Transportation and ABE60 Mobility: Technology Subcommittee, ABE60(2), Hilton, Morgan Research Subcommittee, ABJ70 ABJ70(1), Hilton, L Enfant Mega-Regions Joint ADA20 Subcommittee of ADA20, Hilton, Cardozo Time Use and Activity Patterns ADB10 Subcommittee, ADB10(1), Hilton, Piscataway Alternative Transportation ADC80 Fuels and Technologies Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 11 and 12 International Sustainability ADD40 Subcommittee, ADD40(4), Hilton, Kalorama Accelerated Pavement Testing AFD40 International Alliance Subcommittee, AFD40(2), Marriott, Madison A Freight Subcommittee, AHB10 AHB10(6), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8226 Outreach Subcommittee, AHB35 AHB35(1), Marriott, Tyler Rural Road Safety Policy, ANB10 Programming, and Implementation 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153 Daily Index: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Truck and Bus Technology ANB70 Subcommittee, ANB70(6), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8212 Pedestrian Modeling and ANF10 Simulation Subcommittee, ANF10(2), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8219 Pedestrian and Bicycle ANF20 University Education Joint Subcommittee of ANF20, ANF10, Hilton, Northwest Rail Capacity Joint AR040 Subcommittee of AR040, AR030, AP070, AT010, AR010, Shoreham, Capitol Transportation of Hazardous AT040 Materials Committee, Shoreham, Senate Intermodal Freight Terminal AT050 Design and Operations Committee, Shoreham, Cabinet Aviation System Planning AV020 Committee, Shoreham, Governors Regional and Commuter AV080 Airlines Subcommittee, AV080(3), Shoreham, Calvert 3:45 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Waste Management and Resource Efficiency in Transportation Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 1 5:45 p.m. 7:15 p.m. ADC60 Policy and Organization Group AB000 Executive Board (members only, dinner), Hilton, Holmead Transportation and Economic ADD10 Development Conference Planning Subcommittee, ADD10(1) (members only), Hilton, Columbia Hall 2 Rail Group and Public AR000 Transportation Group Joint Caucus (reception), Shoreham, Regency Ballroom Aviation Economics and AV040 Forecasting Committee, Shoreham, Governors 5:45 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Structures Section Executive AFF00 Board (members only, dinner), Marriott, Park Tower Suite 8216 Construction Section Executive AFH00 Board (members only, dinner), Marriott, Congressional 5:45 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Geology and Properties of Earth AFP00 Materials Section Executive Board (members only, dinner), Marriott, Capitol Boardroom 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Legal Resources Group Executive Board, Marriott, Park Tower Suite :30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. AL000 Climate Change and Energy A0020T Task Force, Hilton, Gunston Conference Planning ABE10 Subcommittee, ABE10(2) (members only), Hilton, Columbia Hall 2 Supply Chain Security ABE40 Subcommittee, ABE40(8), Shoreham, Cabinet National Transportation Data ABJ10 Requirements and Programs Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 1 Geographic Information ABJ60 Science and Applications Committee, Hilton, Columbia Hall 9 and 10 Operations and Preservation ABJ95 Subcommittee, ABJ95(2), Marriott, McKinley Transportation Programming, ADA50 Planning, and Systems Evaluation Committee, Hilton, Cabinet Highway Noise and Vibration ADC40 Subcommittee, ADC40(3), Hilton, Monroe Freeway Operations Committee AHB20 (Part 2), Marriott, Wilson B and C Positive Protection in Work AHB55 Zones Joint Subcommittee of AHB55, AFB20, AFH10, Marriott, Washington B3 Intersections Joint AHB65 Subcommittee of AHB65, AFB10, AHB70, Marriott, Wilson A Bicycle and Pedestrian Crash ANB20 Relationships Joint Subcommittee of ANB20, ANF10, ANF20, Marriott, Truman Railroad Track Structure AR050 System Design Committee, Shoreham, Calvert Freight Modeling AT015 Subcommittee, AT015(1), Shoreham, Capitol Ports and Channels Committee, AW010 Shoreham, Governors 7:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. Statistical Methodology ABJ80 Committee, Marriott, Harding Computer Image Technology AFD20 for Pavement Evaluation Subcommittee, AFD20(1), Marriott, Hoover Flexible Pavement Design AFD60 Committee, Marriott, Washington B4 Mechanistic Characterization AFD80 of Pavement Layers Subcommittee, AFD80(1), Marriott, Coolidge Accelerated Bridge AFF10 Construction Subcommittee, AFF10(3), Marriott, Madison A Field Testing and AFF40 Nondestructive Evaluation of Transportation Structures Committee, Marriott, Balcony B Integration of Asphalt Paving AFK50 Mixture Characteristics with Flexible Pavement Structural Design Subcommittee, AFK50(2), Marriott, Washington B6 Nanotechnology-Based AFN15T Concrete Materials Task Force, Marriott, Virginia C Subsurface Soil-Structure AFS40 Interaction Committee, Marriott, Washington B2 Structural Health Monitoring AHD30 Joint Subcommittee of AHD30, AHD35, AFF40, Marriott, Balcony A Winter Maintenance Committee, AHD65 Marriott, Washington B1 Pedestrians Committee, ANF10 Marriott, Washington B5 Intermodal Transfer Facilities AP045 Committee, Hilton, Fairchild Paratransit Research AP060 Subcommittee, AP060(1), Hilton, Morgan Guided and Electric Trolley Bus AP065 Joint Subcommittee of AP065(1), AP075, Hilton, Kalorama 7:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m. Congestion Pricing Committee, ABE25 Hilton, Columbia Hall 11 and 12 TUE 151

154 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 TUE 478 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Salon 1 Application of Asphalt Mix Performance-Based Specifications Frank Fee, Asphalt Pavement Technology, LLC, presiding Sponsored by General Issues in Asphalt Technology Committee; Characteristics of Asphalt-Aggregate Combinations to Meet Surface Requirements Committee; and Characteristics of Asphalt Paving Mixtures to Meet Structural Requirements Committee Experience with Performance-Based Specifications for Asphalt Mix Design Based on Mechanistic-Empirical Design John Harvey, University of California, Davis Implementation of Performance-Based Specifications for Asphalt Mix Design and Production Quality Control Thomas A. Bennert, Rutgers University Implementation of Performance-Based Specifications in Texas: Key Issues and Future Challenges Tom Scullion, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Development and Validation of Performance-Based Specifications for High-Performance Thin Overlay Mix Walaa S. Mogawer, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth 479 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Virginia A Application of Geophysical Survey Methods in Geoengineering Practice Kenneth L. Fishman, McMahon & Mann Consulting Engineers, PC, presiding Sponsored by Physicochemical and Biological Processes in Soils Committee; Exploration and Classification of Earth Materials Committee; and Foundations of Bridges and Other Structures Committee Seismic Waveform Tomography at a Test Site with Open Chimneys ( ) Khiem T. Tran, Clarkson University Statistical Model Based on Experimental Results: Correlating Electrical Resistivity with Geotechnical Properties of Clayey Soils ( ) Golam Kibria, Md. Sahadat Hossain, and Md. Zahangir Alam, University of Texas, Arlington Application of Cluster Analysis for Soil Corrosivity Assessment ( ) Ayako Yajima, Hui Wang, Homero Castaneda, and Robert Liang, University of Akron Relating Corrosion of Mechanically Stabilized Earth Reinforcements with Fluid Conductivity of Backfill Soils ( ) Carlos Castillo, Jesus Hinojos, Arturo Bronson, Soheil Nazarian, and David M. Borrok, University of Texas, El Paso 480 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Maryland C Controlling and Preventing Corrosion of Highway Maintenance Fleet Equipment Dennis G. Halachoff, retired; Ingrid Arocho, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, presiding Sponsored by Maintenance Equipment Committee This session focuses on damage to highway maintenance equipment by corrosion, particularly corrosion caused by deployment of deicer and anti-icing materials and chemicals used for highway snow and ice removal and control. The papers presented are on the technologies, best maintenance practices, recommendations, and methodologies that are used today to control and prevent equipment corrosion. The information presented here will be useful for public and private fleet and equipment owners. Protecting Maintenance Equipment Against Chloride Roadway Deicers: Corrosion Mechanisms, Test Methods, and Proactive Approaches ( ) Scott Jungwirth, Western Transportation Institute; Xianming Shi, Montana State University, Bozeman; Nicholas Seeley and Yida Fang, Western Transportation Institute Corrosion Inhibitors Available for Preserving the Value of Equipment Assets in Chloride-Laden Environments: State of the Knowledge ( ) Yongxin Li, Western Transportation Institute; Xianming Shi, Montana State University, Bozeman; Scott Jungwirth, Nicholas Seeley, and Yida Fang, Western Transportation Institute Pennsylvania DOT s Experience with Equipment Corrosion W. James Smith, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Questions and Answers 481 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Salon 3 Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Activities and Priorities Steven K. Smith, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, presiding Sponsored by Truck and Bus Safety Committee Welcoming Remarks Kelly Leone, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Keynote Address Anne S. Ferro, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Motorcoach Safety Initiative Jack Van Steenburg, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration MAP-21 Overview John Drake, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Compliance, Safety, Accountability Joseph DeLorenzo, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Policy and Research Presentation Larry W. Minor, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 482 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall North Highway Rail Grade Crossing Safety: Collision Analysis and Crossing Design Issues Steve Laffey, Illinois Commerce Commission, presiding Sponsored by Highway/Rail Grade Crossings Committee Presentations provide insight into collisions between highway users and light-rail equipment operations, a growing area of concern in the transit industry. A study of the human factors involved in collisions at rural passive-sign crossings in Canada is presented as well as a study from Nebraska examining motorist compliance in relation to gate activation timings. The final presentation examines a new approach to detecting vehicles at a highway rail crossing in Illinois with four-quadrant gates. Ten-Year Review of Light-Rail Crash Patterns Based on Alignment and Operational Configuration Type ( ) Pamela M. Fischhaber and Bruce N. Janson, University of Colorado, Denver Human Factors Issues of Accidents at Passively Controlled, Rural-Level Crossings ( ) Christina M. Rudin-Brown, Marilyn French-St.George, and Jonathan J. Stuart, Transportation Safety Board 152

155 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Investigation of Train Warning Times and Gate Violations ( ) Aemal Khattak, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Dual Microwave Radar Vehicle Detection System at Quad Gate Railroad Grade Crossing ( ) Juan C. Medina and Rahim F. Benekohal, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 483 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Delaware B Assessment of Updated National Bridge Inspection Standards Metrics Using Information from National Bridge Inventory Database ( ) Keli T. Daniell, New Mexico Department of Transportation Evaluation of Bridge Maintenance Strategies Under Budget Constraints ( ) Jon D. Fricker and Timothy Stroshine, Purdue University 486 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall West Innovative Bridge Construction Projects Michael David LaViolette, HDR Inc., presiding Sponsored by Construction of Bridges and Structures Committee Emergency Rehabilitation of Sherman Minton Tied-Arch Bridge over Ohio River Kent Zinn, Michael Baker Jr., Inc. Raising the Roadway: The Bayonne Bridge Paul van Hagen, HDR Inc. Sliding the Sellwood Bridge Scott Nettleton, T. Y. Lin International Design and Construction of Milton Madison Bridge Murray Johnson, Buckland & Taylor 484 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South Lessons Learned During Geotechnical Research Deployment: How Organizations Encourage Implementation Michael A. Mooney, Colorado School of Mines, presiding Sponsored by Soils and Rock Instrumentation Committee and Engineering Geology Committee Innovation at the Crossroads: Exploring the Intersection of Innovation Adoption and Specification Reform in Public Highway Construction Shawn Kimmel, Colorado School of Mines Establishing a Culture of Innovation in a State Department of Transportation John A. Siekmeier, Minnesota Department of Transportation Implementing Dynamic Cone Penetrometer and Lightweight Deflectometer in Indiana Nayyar Zia Siddiki, Indiana Department of Transportation Understanding Your Deployment Strategy from Research Initiation to Project Delivery Mark J. Morvant, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 485 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Delaware A Measuring and Assessing Bridge Performance Reed Ellis, Stantec Consulting Inc., presiding Sponsored by Bridge Management Committee HOT TOPIC Segregation of Bridge Failure Causes and Consequences ( ) Wesley Cook, Paul J. Barr, and Marvin W. Halling, Utah State University Omitting the Need for Expert Judgment in Bridge Performance Prediction Feasibility Study ( ) Maryam TaghBostani and Lynne Gradon Cowe Falls, University of Calgary, Canada Research on Flashing Yellow Arrows and Permissive Left-Turn Displays Timothy Jordan Gates, Wayne State University, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Control Devices Committee Effects of Supplemental Signage at Flashing Yellow Arrow Left- Turn Signal Indications ( ) Kerrie L. Schattler, Beau Burdett, and Cody John Gulla, Bradley University; Jessica A. Lund, Hermann & Associates, LLC Safety and Operational Impacts of the Optional Flashing Yellow Arrow Delay ( ) Justice Appiah and Benjamin H. Cottrell, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research Interactive Decision Support System for Predicting Flashing Yellow Arrow Left-Turn Mode by Time of Day ( ) Hatem Abou-Senna and Essam Radwan, University of Central Florida; Rami Charles Harb, Atkins North America; Alex Navarro and Sandesh Chalise, University of Central Florida Three- or Four-Section Displays for Permissive Left Turns? Some Evidence from Simulator-Based Analysis of Driver Performance ( ) David S. Hurwitz, Oregon State University; Christopher M. Monsere, Portland State University; Patrick Marnell, Oregon State University; Kirk Paulsen, City of Portland, Oregon 487 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Maryland B Rural Road Safety Research and Practical Applications Keith K. Knapp, Iowa State University, presiding Sponsored by Safety Data, Analysis and Evaluation Committee; Low-Volume Roads Committee; and Rural Road Safety Policy, Programming, and Implementation Joint Subcommittee FHWA Assessment and Delivery of Safety Funding at the Local Level Project Karen Scurry, Federal Highway Administration Toolkit and Technical Assistance for Local Rural and Tribal Road Safety Practitioners Rosemarie Anderson, Federal Highway Administration Evaluations of Low-Cost Safety Improvements: Pooled-Fund Study Kimberly A. Eccles, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. State DOT Administration of Local Road Safety Aid Howard Preston, CH2M Hill TUE 153

156 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE 488 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Maryland A Topics in the Design of Concrete Bridges Carin Roberts-Wollmann, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, presiding Sponsored by Concrete Bridges Committee Model for Nominal Bond-Shear Capacity of Pretensioned Concrete Girders ( ) Brandon E. Ross and Behnam Naji, Clemson University Effective Width in Shear of Reinforced Concrete Solid Slab Bridges Under Wheel Loads ( ) Eva Olivia Leontien Lantsoght, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Ane de Boer, RWS Transport Research Centre, Netherlands; Cor van der Veen and Joost Walraven, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Preliminary Design Aid for Prestressed Normal Strength Concrete, High-Performance Concrete, and Ultra-High- Performance Concrete Bridge Girders ( ) Jorge Marquez Balderrama, David Villegas Jauregui, Brad Weldon, and Craig Newtson, New Mexico State University Development of Concrete Bridge Data Schema for Interoperability ( ) Najaf Ali, Stuart S. Chen, Rohit Srikonda, and Hanjin Hu, State University of New York, Buffalo 489 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Marriott, Virginia B Young Scientists Present Latest Impaired-Driving Research Susan A. Ferguson, Ferguson International, presiding Sponsored by Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Transportation Committee; Task Force on Young Members Council Should Sleep-Deprived Individuals Who Have Recently Consumed Alcohol in Small Quantities Be Allowed to Drive? Evidence and Possible Research Avenues Junaid Ahmad Bhatti, Douglas Hospital Research Center Effect of Alcohol and Road Traffic Policies on Crash Rates in Botswana, : Time-Series Analysis Rebecca Naumann, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Drinking and Driving Behaviors in China Douglas Roehler, University of Michigan Field Investigation of College Student Alcohol Intoxication and Return Transportation from At-Risk Drinking Locations ( ) Ryan Christopher Smith, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; E. Scott Geller, Safety Performance Solutions Alcohol, Psychoactive Substances, and Road Traffic Accidents: Case-Control Approach Stig Tore Bogstrand, Norwegian Institute of Public Health 490 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Congressional Contemporary Applied Research Opportunities in Aviation Safety Richard W. Bloom, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, presiding Sponsored by Aviation Security and Emergency Management Committee Runway Incursion Risk Analysis: Scenario-Based Approach Pradip Som, Federal Aviation Administration ACRP Guidebook on Operational and Business Continuity Planning for Prolonged Airport Disruptions Scott Corzine, Risk Solutions International LLC Using ASDE-X Data for Aviation Safety Research Stephen P. Mattingly, University of Texas, Arlington Ongoing Applied Research Opportunities on Aviation Safety George W. Blomme, Transportation & Aviation Consulting 491 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Hampton Demographic and Socioeconomic Factors in Forecasting Aviation Passenger Activity Paul Cripwell, NAV CANADA, presiding Sponsored by Aviation Economics and Forecasting Committee Use of Air Passenger Survey Data in Forecasting Air Travel Demand ( ) Geoffrey D. Gosling, Aviation System Consulting, LLC City Pair Markets in FAA TAF-M Forecast Models Dipasis Bhadra, Federal Aviation Administration Survey of International Air Travelers: Quantitative and Qualitative Characteristics Useful for Forecasting Richard Champley, U.S. Department of Commerce 492 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Freight Day, Part 1: How Will Industry Reinvent the Supply Chain Given Capacity Constraints, Reliability Demands, and Shipper Cost Concerns? (Part 2, Session 544; Part 3, Session 593; Part 4, Session 658) Thomas H. Wakeman, Stevens Institute of Technology, presiding Sponsored by Marine Group; Ports and Channels Committee; and Freight Systems Group The State of Freight Rosalyn A. Wilson, Delcan Corporation Canadian Perspective Gary Fast, Canadian Tire Corporation Railroad Industry s Response to Address the Challenge of Cost Reduction and Uncertain Reliability Owen Zidar, Kansas City Southern Railway Dynamic Shipper Requirements and an Evolving Supply Chain Anne Strauss-Wieder, A. Strauss-Wieder, Inc. Why a Resilient Supply Chain Matters James B. Rice, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 493 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Regency Ballroom Impacts of Tire and Truck Loads on Pavement Performance Daba Shabara Gedafa, University of North Dakota, presiding Sponsored by Flexible Pavement Design Committee Introducing Analytical Approach for Predicting Three- Dimensional Tire Pavement Contact Load ( ) Jaime A. Hernandez, Angeli Gamez, and Imad L. Al-Qadi, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Morris De Beer, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South Africa Influence of Tire Inflation Pressure on Measured Pavement Strain Responses and Predicted Distresses ( ) Wenjing Xue, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Eric Weaver, Federal Highway Administration; Linbing Wang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Pavement-Dependent Load Limits: Case Study in South Dakota for Different Tire Configurations ( ) Hao Wang, Rutgers University; Imad L. Al-Qadi, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; David L. Huft, South Dakota Department of Transportation

157 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Site-Specific Traffic Inputs for Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide in Poland ( ) Adam Zofka, Andrzej Urbanik, Maciej Maliszewski, Wojciech Bankowski, and Dariusz Sybilski, Road and Bridge Research Institute, Poland 494 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Executive Innovations in the Passenger Rail Equipment Industry Eloy Eugene Martinez, LTK Engineering Services, presiding Sponsored by Passenger Rail Equipment and Systems Integration Committee Model and Its Application to Railway Vehicle Wheel Maintenance ( ) Di Zhang, Jiaotong University, China Successful Implementation of Station Platform Between Car Barriers ( ) Sue Reiss, Impact Recovery Systems, Inc. Research on Fault Mode Clustering Analysis of High-Speed Train System Based on Rough Set Theory ( ) Yanhui Wang, Lijie Li, and Limin Jia, Rail Safety and Standards Board, China Qualification and Acceptance Testing for Passenger Vehicles Mary Clara Jones, Nick Wilson, Ruben D. Pena, and Mark Nordling, Transportation Technology Center Inc :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Palladian Military Transportation Issues Ivor Glen Harrison, University of Kansas Transportation Research Institute, presiding Sponsored by Military Transportation Committee Capacity of U.S. Transportation System to Support Military Movements and Deployments Ed Koharik, U.S. Transportation Command Safe Navigation in a Changing Arctic: Report on a Marine Board Workshop Thomas M. Leschine, University of Washington Logistic Issues in Withdrawal of International Troops in Afghanistan James Grazioplene, DynCorp International LLC 496 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Diplomat Outside the Fence Line: Hazardous Materials Transportation and Response Planning Richard C. Bornhorst, FAA Office of Security and Hazardous Materials Safety, presiding Sponsored by Transportation of Hazardous Materials Committee Growth of Chemical Industry and Its Impact on North American Transportation System David Osborne Willauer, IEM Corporation Prepardness Planning Edward R. Chapman, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company Emergency Planning: Analysis and Tool Andrew Marinik, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute Coast Guard Approach to Transportation Planning John Mauger, U.S. Coast Guard 497 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Empire Past, Present, and Future of Pavement Design Cheryl Allen Richter, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Pavement Management Section Over the past 50 years, procedures for designing pavements have undergone significant change. Before the AASHO Road Test, many transportation agencies designed pavements based on the experience of their engineers. The completion of the Road Test in the early 1960s led to a new design procedure based on pavement serviceability, truck traffic loading, and material characteristics. This empirical AASHO (later AASHTO) pavement design procedure became the mainstay for many transportation agencies. Past Pavement Designs Before and Including AASHO Road Test Michael I. Darter, Applied Research Associates, Inc. From AASHO Road Test to Today: Mechanistic and Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Designs Matthew W. Witczak, Arizona State University Panel Discussion: The Future of Pavement Design Michael I. Darter, Applied Research Associates, Inc.; Matthew W. Witczak, Arizona State University; Cheryl Allen Richter, Federal Highway Administration; Trenton Clark, Virginia Asphalt Association; Charles W. Schwartz, University of Maryland; Dulce Rufino Feldman, California Department of Transportation 498 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Shoreham, Ambassador Roadside Safety Design: W-Beam Guardrail Barry D. Stephens, Energy Absorption Systems Inc., presiding Sponsored by Roadside Safety Design Committee Performance of Midwest Guardrail System with Rectangular Wood Posts ( ) Robert Bielenberg, Ronald K. Faller, and John D. Reid, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Scott K. Rosenbaugh, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility; Karla A. Lechtenberg, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Weak-Post, W-Beam Guardrail Attachment to Culvert Headwalls ( ) Scott K. Rosenbaugh, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility; Ronald K. Faller, Karla A. Lechtenberg, and Robert Bielenberg, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Safety Investigation and Guidance for Retrofitting Existing Approach Guardrail Transitions ( ) Jennifer D. Schmidt, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility; Eric R. Jowza, HDR Engineering, Inc.; Ronald K. Faller, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Scott K. Rosenbaugh, Midwest Roadside Safety Facility; John D. Reid, University of Nebraska, Lincoln MASH-Compliant W-Beam Median Guardrail System ( ) Akram Abu-Odeh and Roger P. Bligh, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Wade Odell and Rory Meza, Texas Department of Transportation; Wanda L. Menges, Texas A&M Transportation Institute TUE 155

158 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 499 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 5 Advancing Department of Transportation Practice in Knowledge Management Maureen L. Hammer, Virginia Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Knowledge Management Task Force 501 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, International East Citywide Sustainability Policy Development, Practice, and Evaluation: International Perspective Henrik Gudmundsson, Technical University of Denmark, presiding Sponsored by Transportation and Sustainability Committee TUE The knowledge within transportation agencies often resides among widely dispersed, experienced staff. Eliciting, organizing, and exchanging this knowledge and bringing new staff into this knowledge base is an ongoing challenge. This session shares strategies and practices used by transportation agencies to identify, generate, collect, organize, preserve, disseminate, share, and apply critical knowledge. Advancing Knowledge Management: Call to Action John Halikowski, Arizona Department of Transportation Ten Facets of Knowledge Management Denise A. D. Bedford, Kent State University Overview of Recent DOT Best Practices in Knowledge Management Marie Venner, Venner Consulting Community of Practice Approach to Knowledge Management at Georgia DOT Rick Smith, Georgia Department of Transportation 500 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 7 Balancing Economic and Environmental Objectives: Accelerated Project Delivery and Environmental Stewardship Streamlining Opportunities in MAP-21 and Beyond Matthew Carpenter, Sacramento Area Council of Governments, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Programming and Investment Decision-Making Committee and Environmental Analysis in Transportation Committee MAP-21 includes a section on the acceleration of project delivery initiatives to address the challenge that it often takes federally funded transportation projects many years to obtain all the necessary project approvals. MAP-21 offers a meaningful step forward in balancing economic and environmental objectives for transportation programming and project delivery professionals. Every Day Counts Hari Kalla, Federal Highway Administration Maintaining the Commitment to Environmental Stewardship Deron Lovaas, Natural Resources Defense Council Breaking Down Barriers Susan J. Binder, Cambridge Systematics Delivering Projects and Protecting the Environment: Statewide and Local Perspectives from California Will Kempton, Transportation California Identification of Sustainable Transportation Policies for Cities: Case Study of Isfahan, Iran ( ) Ahmadreza Talebian, University of Illinois, Chicago; Hossein Haghshenas, Sharif University of Technology, Iran; Ashkan Gholamialam, University of Isfahan, Iran Legislative Enforcement Frameworks for Transport Sustainability in South Korea: Sustainability Evaluation of South Korea s Seven Major Metropolitan Areas ( ) Sungwon Lee and Gunyoung Kim, Korea Transport Institute Challenges of and Opportunities for Developing Sustainable Transportation Systems in Beijing ( ) Qiang Hong, Center for Automotive Research; Sue Zielinski, University of Michigan; Eric Paul Dennis, Josh Cregger and Richard Wallace, Center for Automotive Research 502 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Georgetown West Congestion and Reliability Measurement and Management Joe Crossett, High Street Consulting Group, LLC, presiding Sponsored by Performance Measurement Committee Data and Performance-Based Congestion Management Approach for Maryland Highways ( ) Matthew J. Wolniak, Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson; Subrat Mahapatra, Maryland State Highway Administration Spatially Referenced Probe Data Performance Measures for Infrastructure Investment Decision Makers ( ) Stephen Matthew Remias, Purdue University; Thomas M. Brennan, College of New Jersey; Christopher M. Day, Hayley Summers, and Deborah K. Horton, Purdue University; Edward D. Cox, Indiana Department of Transportation; Darcy M. Bullock, Purdue University Developing a Total Peak-Period Travel Time Performance Measure: Updated Concept Paper ( ) Philip Lasley, Timothy J. Lomax, William L. Eisele, and David Lynn Schrank, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Framework for MAP-21 Congestion Performance Measures and Targets ( ) Mark E. Hallenbeck, Orion Stewart, and Anne Vernez Moudon, University of Washington 503 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 6 HOT TOPIC Effects of and Adaptation to Climate Change in Transportation Systems Thomas Abdallah, New York City Transit Authority, presiding Sponsored by Waste Management and Resource Efficiency in Transportation Committee Investing in U.S. Transportation Systems and Post-Sandy Adaptation Thomas Lewis, Louis Berger Group, Inc. Benefit Cost Evaluation for a Tidal Barrier Michael Tumulty, STV Incorporated Infrastructure and Water Management in the Netherlands Niek Veraart, Louis Berger Group, Inc

159 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Overview of Climate Change Adaptation Strategies for Transportation Agencies Steven Eget, Dewberry NYCTA s Accomplishments and Plans Angelo Elmi, MTA New York City Transit 504 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Lincoln East Historic Covered Bridges: Three Perspectives on Preservation and Education Christopher H. Marston, U.S. National Park Service, presiding Sponsored by Historic and Archeological Preservation in Transportation Committee Stretching the Envelope: Preserving the Moscow Covered Bridge James Barker, J. A. Barker Engineering, Inc. Long-Term Behavior of Posttensioned Wooden Howe Trusses of Moose Brook Bridge, New Hampshire Dario Gasparini, Case Western Reserve University Covered Bridges as Structural Art: Integrating Covered Bridges into the Civil Engineering Curriculum Rachel H. Sangree, Johns Hopkins University 505 CM I :00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Jefferson East Living Within the Right-of-Way, New Address for the Homeless Veronica Murphy, New Jersey Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Environmental Justice in Transportation Committee and Maintenance and Operations Management Committee Mirror of Society: Homeless in Sin City Anita Bush, Nevada Department of Transportation Urban Campgrounds on Public Rights-of-Way: How State Departments of Transportation Are Stepping Up to the Challenge Andree Tremoulet, Portland State University Broke, Hooked, Sad, and Mad: Demographics of North American Homelessness Richard Brown, Merluzzi & Associates Using Surplus Property for Social Purposes Bruce Henry Bradley, Federal Highway Administration 506 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 8 New Approaches for Measuring Transit System and Network Performance Roderick B. Diaz, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, presiding Sponsored by Transit Management and Performance Committee HOT TOPIC Quantifying Effects of Delay Incidents on Performance of Metro Rail Systems Using Stochastic Frontier Analysis ( ) Shane Canavan, Daniel J. Graham, Patricia C. Melo, and Richard Anderson, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Utilizing Advanced Train Control System Data to Inform Dynamic Dispatch for Muni Metro Light-Rail Vehicles Departing Embarcadero Station in San Francisco, California ( ) April M Hickey, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency; Cornelius Kofi Nuworsoo, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; Christopher A. Pangilinan, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Establishing Definitions and Modeling Public Transport Travel Time Variability ( ) Le-Minh Kieu, Ashish Bhaskar, and Edward Chung, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Measuring Route-Level Passenger Perceived Transit Service Reliability with Agent-Based Simulation Approach ( ) Jian An, Beijing Transportation Research Center, China; Yue Liu, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Xiaoguang Yang, Tongji University, China Measuring Bus Driver s Occupational Stress Under Changing Working Conditions ( ) Yevheniia Hlotova, Oded Cats, and Sebastiaan Meijer, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden 507 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Georgetown East Road Infrastructure and Climate Change, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 557) Gert von der Ahé, Danish Road Institute, presiding Sponsored by Climate Change and Energy Task Force; Strategic Management Committee; and Transportation Asset Management Committee This is the first part of a two-part session exploring issues related to adaptation to and mitigation of the potential effects of climate change on road infrastructure. This first session focuses on the political side of adaptation and mitigation of climate change within the road infrastructure. How are visions and strategies developed? How are they made operational? Importance of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation: U.S. Federal Perspective April Marchese, Federal Highway Administration Importance of Climate Change: Danish Perspective Per Jacobsen, Danish Road Directorate Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for Highways in Denmark: From Development to Implementation Marianne Grauert, Danish Road Directorate Climate Change Adaptation Strategy: U.S. Example Tony Tavares, California Department of Transportation 508 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Lincoln West HOT TOPIC The Boss Is Looking: Support from Transportation CEOs on the Role of Data and Information for Better Decisions Debra Miller, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Data for Decisions and Performance Measures Task Force; Performance Measurement Committee; and Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee Chief executive officers of state and regional transportation agencies are increasingly aware of the importance of data and information to support their decisions, including performance measures, indicators of customer needs and perceptions, outcome measures, and data visualization. A panel of transportation CEOs present perspectives on the importance of data and information, the value of improved information support, and their emerging needs for data and information. Utah DOT CEO Perspective on Data for Decision Making Carlos Braceras, Utah Department of Transportation Michigan State CEO Perspective on Data for Decision Making Kirk T. Steudle, Michigan Department of Transportation Transit CEO Perspective on Data for Decision Making Ysela Llort, Miami-Dade Transit TUE 157

160 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE 509 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Jefferson West Transportation and Economic Development Gregory Bischak, U.S. Department of the Treasury, presiding Sponsored by Transportation and Economic Development Committee Causality in the Link Between Road Network Growth and Regional Development ( ) Michael J. Iacono and David M. Levinson, University of Minnesota Impact of Highway Investment on Economy and Employment Across U.S. Industrial Sectors: Simultaneous Equation Analysis at Metropolitan Level ( ) Xiang He, Eirini Kastrouni, and Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park Economic Analyses of Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Strategies for Decision Making: Case Study of Hillsborough County, Florida ( ) Qing-Chang Lu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Zhong-Ren Peng, University of Florida Willingness-to-Pay Method to Estimate Effect of Accessibility on Property Price ( ) Navid Kalantari, Iran University of Science and Technology; S. Jusseph Ssadjedi and Ramin Khavarzade, Sharan Transportation Research Center, Iran; Abolfazl Mohammadian, University of Illinois, Chicago 510 8:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 4 Transportation Network Optimization and Design Miguel Figliozzi, Portland State University, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Network Modeling Committee Translation of Trade Flows into Transport Flows in European Logistics Facility Choice Model ( ) Igor Y. Davydenko, TNO, Netherlands; Mark Thissen, PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency; Lóránt A. Antal Tavasszy, TNO, Netherlands Comparison of Traffic Performance in Finite Grids with Different Configurations: Analytical Versus Simulated Approach ( ) Javier Ortigosa, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich; Vikash V. Gayah, Pennsylvania State University; Monica Menendez, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich Symbiotic Network Design Strategies in the Presence of Coexisting Transportation Networks ( ) Joseph Y. J. Chow and Hamid Reza Sayarshad, Ryerson University, Canada Efficient Shortest-Distance Decomposition Algorithm for Large- Scale Transportation Network Problems ( ) Paul W. Johnson III, Duc Thai Nguyen, and ManWo Ng, Old Dominion University, Norfolk New Algorithm for Nonadditive Shortest-Path Problem ( ) Mehrdad Shahabi and Avinash Unnikrishnan, West Virginia University; Stephen Boyles, University of Texas, Austin Equilibrium Analysis of Low-Conflict Network Designs ( ) Stephen Boyles, Tarun Rambha, and Chi Xie, University of Texas, Austin Tradable Credit Schemes on Networks with Mixed Equilibrium Behaviors ( ) Fang He, Yafeng Yin, and Nima Shirmohammadi, University of Florida; Yu Nie, Northwestern University Modeling Corridor and Growth Pole Coevolution in Regional Transportation Network ( ) Danni Lu, Tongji University, China Network Mobility Indicator Using a Fuzzy Logic Approach ( ) Rawia Ahmed El Rashidy and Susan Grant Muller, University of Leeds, United Kingdom Improvements in Exact Solution Method for Traveling Salesman Problem ( ) George Kolomvos, Kathikas Institute of Research and Technology, Cyprus; Georgios K. D. Saharidis, University of Thessaly, Greece; Mihalis M. Golias, University of Memphis Capacitated Centralized Carrier Collaboration Multihub Location Problem: Tabu Search Approach ( ) Hao Wang, Zhejiang University, China; Avinash Unnikrishnan, West Virginia University; Salvador Hernandez, Oregon State University; Ruey Long Cheu, University of Texas, El Paso Time-Dependent Freight Tour Synthesis Model ( ) Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Jose Holguín-Veras, and Xuegang (Jeff) Ban, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Modeling Network Growth with Scaling Laws in a Linear Monocentric City ( ) Jie Huang, Richard Connors, and M. Maher, University of Leeds, United Kingdom Braess Paradox in Asymmetrical Traffic Networks ( ) Vadim Zverovich, University of the West of England, United Kingdom; Erel Avineri, Tel Aviv Academic College of Engineering, Israel 511 8:00 a.m. noon, Hilton, International West Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program Research Showcase Fawn Thompson, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Design Section This session showcases the innovative research of the 2013 undergraduate and graduate Eisenhower fellowship recipients. Recipients will present their research in a panel format and will address a broad array of significant transportation topics including congestion mitigation, infrastructure development and investment, safety, security, emerging green technologies, logistics, and a host of other relevant transportation topics. Performance Life of Various Hot-Mix Asphalt Mixtures in Texas Danniel Rodriguez, University of Texas, El Paso The Suburban Interchange Daniel Williams, Prairie View A&M University Condition Assessment of Bridge Posttensioning Using Nondestructive Evaluation Methods Joshua White, Texas A&M University Driving the Bandwagon: Engaging Teenage Social Networks to Influence Social Norms About Driver Distraction Shannon Roberts, University of Wisconsin, Madison Acoustic Emission Sensor Fracture Warning of Cedar Avenue Bridge Anton Tillmann, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Infrastructure and Area Characteristics at Bicycle Truck Collision Sites in New York City Nazana Weeks, City College of New York

161 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 512 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 50 Years of Traffic Flow Theory: Achievements and Challenges Ludovic Leclercq, Université de Lyon, France, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee Calibration of Microscopic Traffic Flow Models Considering All Parameters Simultaneously ( ) - A01 Alexander Paz and Victor Molano, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Alauddin Khan, Nevada Department of Transportation Calibration of Cell Transmission Model for Freeway Network ( ) - A03 Qijian Gan, Lianyu Chu, Zhe Sun, Ming-Hsun Yang; and Wen-Long Jin, University of California, Irvine Multiresolution Comparison of Car-Following Models Using Naturalistic Data ( ) - A05 Bryan Higgs and Montasir M. Abbas, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 513 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Advances in Chemicals, Technology, and Asset Management for Winter Maintenance Max S. Perchanok, Ontario Ministry of Transportation, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Winter Maintenance Committee Comparison of Alternative Chemicals for Deicing Operations ( ) - C04 S. M. Kamal Hossain, Liping Fu, and Roberto Lake, University of Waterloo, Canada Strategies for Snow and Ice Control at Extreme Temperatures: Review of Current Practice ( ) - C06 Anburaj Muthumani and Michelle Akin, Western Transportation Institute; David A. Veneziano and Xianming Shi, Montana State University, Bozeman Use of Heating Facilities in Sidewalks to Improve Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety ( ) - C08 Chun-Hsing Ho, Northern Arizona University Snow and Ice Control on Porous and Permeable Pavements: Literature Review and State of the Practice ( ) - C10 Laura Fay, Montana State University, Bozeman; Michelle Akin, Western Transportation Institute Addressing the Challenges of Route Planning for Snowplowing and Salt Spreading on Hybrid Rural and Urban Network ( ) - C12 Olivier Quirion-Blais, Martin Trepanier, and Andre Langevin, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada Winter Maintenance Asset Allocation Based on Geographic Information System Snowplow Route Optimization Model ( ) - C14 William A. Holik and William Henry Schneider, University of Akron Field and Numerical Evaluation of Snowplow Instrumentation and Data Collection System ( ) - C16 Enad Mahmoud, University of Texas, Pan American; Souhail Elhouar and Drew Dragoo, Bradley University; Tim Peters, Illinois Department of Transportation 514 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Advances in Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 841) Soyoung Ahn, University of Wisconsin, Madison, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee Compound Gamma Representation for Modeling Vehicle-to- Vehicle and Day-to-Day Travel Time Variability in a Traffic Network ( ) - A15 Jiwon Kim and Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University Pattern Recognition Using Clustering Algorithm for Scenario Definition in Traffic Simulation-Based Decision Support Systems ( ) - A17 Ying Chen, Jiwon Kim, and Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University Using Travel Time Data to Generate Aggregated Measures of Traffic ( ) - A18 Matias Navarro and Juan Carlos Herrera, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Value of Calibration and Validation of Probabilistic Discretionary Lane-Change Models ( ) - B01 Victor L. Knoop, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Christine Buisson, Université de Lyon, France Measuring Passenger Crowd in Subway Network: Beijing Experience ( ) - B02 Dewei Li, Beijing Jiaotong University, China New Generic Multiclass Kinematic Wave Traffic Flow Model: Model Development and Analysis of Properties ( ) - B03 Femke van Wageningen-Kessels, Hans Van Lint, Serge Hoogendoorn, and Kees Vuik, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Multistep Prediction of Traffic Flows on Consecutive Sections of Expressways Based on State Space Model ( ) - B04 Wenpeng Fei and Lin Zhu, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Lei Yu, Texas Southern University; Xumei Chen and Guohua Song, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Cooperative Systems-Based Control for Integrating Ramp Metering and Variable Speed Limits ( ) - B05 Andreas Hegyi, Goof van de Weg, and Hans Hellendoorn, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Steven E. Shladover, Partners for Advanced Transit and Highways Shockwave Approach to Estimating Queue Length at Signalized Intersections by Fusing Data of Point and Mobile Sensors ( ) - B06 Qing Cai, Lingyu Zheng, and Bing Wu, Tongji University, China; Yinhai Wang, University of Washington Performance Analysis for Different Designs of a Multimodal Urban Arterial ( ) - B07 Nicolas Chiabaut, Xiaoyan Xie, and Ludovic Leclercq, Université de Lyon, France Exploring Characteristics of Hysteresis Phenomena of Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram for Urban Expressway Network: Case of Shanghai ( ) - B08 Xinyi Shi and Lin HangFei, Tongji University, China Analytical Derivation of Capacity at Diverging Junctions ( ) - B09 Florian Marczak and Christine Buisson, Université de Lyon, France Spatiotemporal Variable Selection Based Support Vector Regression for Urban Traffic Flow Prediction ( ) - B10 Yanyan Xu and Bin Wang, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China; Qing-Jie Kong, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yuncai Liu, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China (continued) TUE 159

162 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE Session 514 (continued) Comprehensive Framework for Estimating Moving Bottleneck Traffic Stream Passing Rates ( ) - B11 Karim Fadhloun, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Amara Loulizi, Ecole Nationale d Ingénieurs de Tunis, Tunisia Stochastic Model for Reliability Analysis in Freeway Networks ( ) - B12 Ning Wu, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany Queue Profile Estimation with Probe Vehicle Data for Urban Arterials ( ) - B13 Mohsen Ramezani and Nikolas Geroliminis, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland Modeling and Analysis of Bottleneck Failure Risk Involving Multiple Entrance Ramps: Copula Approach ( ) - B14 Haizhong Wang, Oregon State University; Jia Li, University of California, Davis; Yang Yu, Texas Tech University Nonlinear Analysis of Anisotropic Continuum Model for Traffic Flow ( ) - B15 Lei Yu and Zhongke Shi, Northwestern Polytechnical University Probabilistic Stationary Speed Density Relation Based on Newell s Simplified Car-Following Model ( ) - B16 Saif Eddin Jabari, IBM Corporation; Jianfeng Zheng and Henry X. Liu, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Optimal Conversion of Evacuation Network to Signalized and Uninterrupted-Flow Intersections ( ) - B17 Yue Liu, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Daizong Liu, China Sustainable Transportation Center; Jie Yu, Shandong University, China Using Parallel Particle Swarm Optimization for Auto-tuning of Traffic Microsimulations in Heterogeneous Conditions ( ) - B18 Kayvan Aghabayk, Majid Sarvi, Nefiseh Forouzideh, and William Young, Monash University, Australia 515 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Pedestrian Planning, Design, and Safety Tarek Sayed, University of British Columbia, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Pedestrians Committee and Traffic Control Devices Committee Walking Behaviors in Different Trip Purposes ( ) - D08 Yaser Hatamzadeh, Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran Streetscape Features Related to Pedestrian Activities ( ) - D10 Reid Ewing and Amir Hajrasouliha, University of Utah; Kathy Neckerman, Columbia University; Marnie Purciel, Human Impact Partners; Arthur C. Nelson, University of Utah; William H. Greene, New York University Influence of Urban Form Perceived Characteristics and Attitudinal Values on Walking: Case Study of Porto Alegre, Brazil ( ) - D12 Ana Margarita Larranaga and Helena Beatriz Bettella Cybis, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil; Orlando Strambi, University of São Paulo, Brazil Exploring Characteristics of Short Trips: Implications for Walk Mode Choice ( ) - D14 Sanjay Paul, Arizona State University; Kathryn Born and Kelsey McElduff, University of Texas, Austin; Ram M. Pendyala, Arizona State University; Chandra R. Bhat, University of Texas, Austin Influence of Pedestrian Plans on Walk Commuting ( ) - D16 Michael Duncan, Florida State University Acceptable Walking Time Characteristics: Case Study of Damascus, Syria ( ) - D18 Amjad Dehman, Shiva Dabbagh, and Shafiq Dawood, Damascus University, Syria Understanding Pedestrian Compliance and Safety Impacts of Different Walk Modes at Signalized Intersections for a Livable Community ( ) - E01 Jacob Allen Mirabella and Yu Zhang, University of South Florida, Tampa Analysis of Effects of Installing Pedestrian Countdown Timers on Incidence of Pedestrian Crashes in City of Detroit, Michigan ( ) - E02 Ronald G. Van Houten and Brad Huitema, Western Michigan University Insights into Pedestrian Attitudes and Perceptions of Delay, Safety, and Crossing Decisions at Signalized Intersections ( ) - E03 Sirisha Murthy Kothuri, Kelly J. Clifton, and Christopher M. Monsere, Portland State University Impact of Pedestrian Countdown Timers on Driver Behavior: Before-and-After Case Study ( ) - E04 Shuo Wang, Anuj Sharma, and Sunil Gyawali, University of Nebraska, Lincoln New Standard on Minimum Pedestrian Crossing Speeds at Signalized Intersections with Heavy Pedestrian Volumes ( ) - E05 HJoon Park, New York City Department of Transportation Mitigation of Pedestrian Vehicle Conflicts at Stop-Controlled T-intersections ( ) - E06 Radhameris A. Gomez, Siby Samuel, Matthew Ryan Elam Romoser, Michael A. Knodler, John Collura, and Donald L. Fisher, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Evaluating Speed Reduction Effects of Parallelogram Pavement Markings of Pedestrian Crosswalks on Urban Roads in China ( ) - E07 Yanyong Guo, Southeast University,China; Qiyu Liang, Guangxi Hualan Design & Consulting Group, China Safety Performance of Marked Versus Unmarked Pedestrian Crosswalks at Unsignalized Intersections ( ) - E08 Yue Zhao and Zong Z. Tian, University of Nevada, Reno Environmental Factors Associated with Perceived Pedestrian Safety Along an Urban Corridor in Los Angeles ( ) - E09 Kara E. MacLeod, Rebecca L. Sanders, Ashleigh Griffin, Jill F. Cooper, and David R. Ragland, University of California, Berkeley Distracted Walking: What We Know and Data Needs ( ) - E10 Jamario White and Judith L. Mwakalonge, South Carolina State University; Saidi Siuhi, Abu Dhabi University, United Arab Emirates Unidirectional Agent-Based Pedestrian Microscopic Model ( ) - E11 Mohamed Hussein Azab Hussein and Tarek Sayed, University of British Columbia, Canada Experimental Study of Pedestrian Behavior and Safety Perception ( ) - E12 Zhuping Zhou and Wei Wang, Southeast University, China; Hu Qizhou, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China; Haiyuan Li, University of Nevada, Reno Pedestrian Safety Initiative in Montgomery County, Maryland: Data-Driven Approach to Coordinating Engineering, Education, and Enforcement ( ) - E13 Jeff Dunckel, Montgomery County Department of Public Works and Transportation; William Haynes, Montgomery County Engineer s Office; Joana Conklin, Foursquare Integrated Transportation Planning; Susan Sharp, Sharp and Company; Alexandra Cohen, Foursquare Integrated Transportation Planning

163 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Assessing Safety Benefit of Advanced Vehicular Technology to Protect Pedestrians: Focus on Pedestrian Protection Airbag Systems ( ) - E14 Saerona Choi and Cheol Oh, Hanyang University, South Korea Pedestrian Cyclist Interactions at Bus Stops Along Segregated Bike Paths: Case Study of Montreal, Canada ( ) - E15 Amir Pooyan Afghari, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada; Karim Ismail, Carleton University, Canada; Nicolas Saunier, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada; Abhisaar Sharma, Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar; Luis Fernando Miranda- Moreno, McGill University, Canada Investigating Effect of Impact Speed on Pedestrian Fatalities in Traffic Accidents Using Hazard-Based Duration Model ( ) - E16 Amir Poorfakhraei, University of New Mexico; Amir Samimi and Alireza Ermagun, Sharif University of Technology, Iran 516 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Traffic Signals for Multimodal Systems Anuj Sharma, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Signal Systems Committee Investigating Applicability of Exclusive Pedestrian Phase at Pedestrian-Actuated Signalized Intersections ( ) - C01 Baoxin Han, Wanjing Ma, and Xiaoguang Yang, Tongji University, China Pedestrian Accommodation in Intersection Signal System: Rule- Based Dynamic Pedestrian Control Strategy ( ) - C03 Ying Ni, Tongji University, China Multiobjective Group-Based Signal Optimization Model for Mixed Traffic Flows at Isolated Intersections ( ) - C05 Fen Wang, Keshuang Tang, Yu Mei, Tao Kong, and Keping Li, Tongji University, China Performance Assessment of Multimodal Traffic System Using Microsimulation Methods ( ) - C07 Shayan Khoshmagham and Larry Head, University of Arizona; Faisal Saleem, Maricopa County Department of Transportation Multimodal Traffic Signal Priority with Signal Actuation and Coordination ( ) - C09 Qing He, State University of New York, Buffalo; Larry Head and Jun Ding, University of Arizona Performance Measures of Manual Multimodal Traffic Signal Control ( ) - C11 Nan Ding, Qing He, and Changxu Wu, State University of New York, Buffalo Development and Evaluation of Adaptive Transit Signal Priority Control with Updated Transit Delay Model ( ) - C13 Xu Han, Pengfei Li, Rajib Sikder, Tony Z. Qiu, and Amy M. Kim, University of Alberta, Canada Designing Traffic Signal Yellow and Change Intervals Considering Truck Impacts ( ) - C15 Michael James Baird, Iowa State University; Hesham Rakha and Ihab El-Shawarby, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Mitigating Right-Turn Conflict Using Protected-Yet-Concurrent Phasing for Cycle Track and Pedestrian Crossings ( ) - C17 Peter G. Furth, Northeastern University; Peter J. V. Koonce, City of Portland, Oregon; Fei Peng and Miao (Kevin) Yu, Northeastern University 517 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Urban Traffic Modeling and Management Using the Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram Nikolas Geroliminis, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee Integrating the Dynamics of Heterogeneity In Aggregated Network Modeling and Control ( ) - A02 Mohsen Ramezani, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland; Jack Haddad, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology; Nikolas Geroliminis, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland City-Scale Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram for Mixed Bimodal Urban Traffic ( ) - A04 Nikolas Geroliminis, Nan Zheng, and Konstantinos Ampountolas, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland Perimeter Flow Control for Bimodal Urban Road Networks ( ) - A06 Konstantinos Ampountolas and Nikolas Geroliminis, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland Influence of Road Layout on Network Fundamental Diagram ( ) - A07 Victor L. Knoop, David De Jong, and Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Brisbane Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram: Empirical Findings on Network Partitioning and Incident Detection ( ) - A08 Takahiro Tsubota, Ashish Bhaskar, and Edward Chung, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Network Transmission Model: Dynamic Traffic Model at Network Level ( ) - A09 Victor L. Knoop and Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Accuracy of Networkwide Traffic State Estimations Using Mobile Probe Data ( ) - A11 Andrew Nagle and Vikash V. Gayah, Pennsylvania State University Automatic Calculation Method of Identifying Hysteresis Loop Characteristics in Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram ( ) - A12 Zhe Xu, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Peter J. Jin, University of Texas, Austin; Jian Zhang, Southeast University, China; Bin Ran, University of Wisconsin, Madison Analyzing Railroad Congestion in Dense Urban Network Through Use of Road Traffic Network Fundamental Diagram Concept ( ) - A13 Pierre-Antoine Cuniasse, French National Railways; Christine Buisson, Université de Lyon, France; Joaquin Rodriguez, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport; David de Almeida and Emmanuel Teboul, French National Railways Link-Queue Approach to Traffic Statics and Dynamics in Signalized Networks ( ) - A14 Qijian Gan and Wen-Long Jin, University of California, Irvine; Vikash V. Gayah, Pennsylvania State University TUE 161

164 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE 518 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Weather Impacts in Surface Transportation Wilfrid A. Nixon, University of Iowa, presiding Sponsored by Surface Transportation Weather Committee New Ways of Providing and Taking Advantage of Road Weather Information ( ) - D01 Eetu Pilli-Sihvola and Raine Hautala, VTT Technical Research Centre, Finland; Pekka Leviäkangas, University of Oulu, Finland Transferability of Weather-Based Control Strategy Across Rural Variable Speed Limit Corridors ( ) - D02 Vijay Sabawat and Rhonda Kae Young, University of Wyoming Floating-Car Data-Based Method for Detection of Flooding Incidence Under Grade Separation Bridges in Beijing ( ) - D03 Fan Zhang and Guohua Song, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Lei Yu, Texas Southern University; Yong Gao, Beijing Transportation Research Center Estimation Model of Economic Losses of Rainwater on Urban Roadway Traffic ( ) - D04 Xiaobo Qu and Xiaokuan Yang, Beijing University of Technology, China Road Weather Information System Stations: Where and How Many to Install Cost Benefit Analysis Approach ( ) - D05 Tae J. Kwon, Liping Fu, and Chaozhe Jiang, University of Waterloo, Canada Optimizing Road Weather Information System Sites Considering Traffic and Regional Weather Conditions ( ) - D06 Liuhui Zhao and I-Jy Chien, New Jersey Institute of Technology Framework for Network Accessibility for Network-Level Road Maintenance Planning ( ) - D07 Wubeshet B. Woldemariam and Samuel Labi, Purdue University Analysis of Weather-Lagged Effects on Freeway Free-Flow Characteristics in Jilin, China ( ) - D09 Shen Zhang, Hua Wang, and Xin Liu, Harbin Institute of Technology, China 519 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Winter Maintenance Policies and Impacts on Travel Safety and Reliability Chris Albrecht, Iowa State University, presiding Sponsored by Winter Maintenance Committee Parking Lots and Sidewalks Under Winter Snow Events: Classification, Friction Characteristics, and Slipping Risk ( ) - C18 S. M. Kamal Hossain, Liping Fu, and Brenton Law, University of Waterloo, Canada Distribution and Reliability of Travel Time on Urban Highways Under Ice or Snowfall Conditions ( ) - D11 Junqiang Leng, Shi An, Yaping Zhang, and Wenxiang Li, Harbin Institute of Technology, China Direct and Lagged Effects of Adverse Winter Weather Conditions on Operating Speed in Urban and Rural Highways: Time-Series Analysis ( ) - D13 Ting Fu, McGill University, Canada; Shahram Heydari, University of Waterloo, Canada; Luis Fernando Miranda- Moreno, McGill University, Canada; Liping Fu, University of Waterloo, Canada Literature Review of Municipal Road Winter Maintenance Practices and Policies in Canada ( ) - D15 Somayeh Nassiri, Alireza Bayat, and Sahar Salimi, University of Alberta, Canada Vulnerability Analysis for Urban Highways Under Ice or Snowfall Conditions ( ) - D17 Junqiang Leng, Shi An, Han-tao Zhao, and Wenxiang Li, Harbin Institute of Technology, China 520 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Current Research in Freight Transportation and Logistics Planning and Operations, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 568) Joseph Y. J. Chow, Ryerson University, Canada, and Kai Yin, Texas A&M University, presiding Sponsored by Freight Transportation Planning and Logistics Committee This session exhibits papers in the general area of freight and logistics planning and operations dealing with efficiency, sustainability, and reliability. It spans topics from urban freight mobility, intermodal transportation, port and marine operations, and freight demand modeling to location problems of alternative energy production. Structural Direct Demand Model for Interregional Commodity Flow Forecasting ( ) - 01 Fatemeh Ranaiefar, University of California, Irvine; Joseph Y. J. Chow, Ryerson University, Canada; Michael G. McNally and Stephen G. Ritchie, University of California, Irvine Alternative Method to Estimate Balancing Factors for Disaggregation of Origin Destination Matrices ( ) - 02 Neda Masoud, Fatemeh Ranaiefar, Michael G. McNally, Daniel Rodriguez-Roman, and Stephen G. Ritchie, University of California, Irvine Generation of Reliable Freight Performance Measures Using Truck GPS Data: Case Study in Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, Minnesota ( ) - 03 Chen-Fu Liao, University of Minnesota Shipping Chain Choices in Long-Distance Supply Chains: Descriptive Analysis and Decision Tree Model ( ) - 04 Zahra Pourabdollahi, Behzad Karimi, Abolfazl Mohammadian, and Kazuya Kawamura, University of Illinois, Chicago Multicriteria Supplier Evaluation Model for Supply Chains ( ) - 05 Zahra Pourabdollahi, Behzad Karimi, Abolfazl Mohammadian, and Kazuya Kawamura, University of Illinois, Chicago Optimal Automobile Distribution Model in Multimodal Freight Transportation Networks ( ) - 06 Xiuling Hei, Southeast University,China; Qiang Meng, National University of Singapore; Haijun Mao, Southeast University, China; Shuaian Wang, University of Wollongong, Australia Validating Truck Route Enumeration Algorithms Using GPS Data ( ) - 10 Pedro Veiga de Camargo and Yeow Chern Andre Tok, University of California, Irvine Real-Time Multiobjective Vehicle Routing Problem Case Study: Information Availability and Quality of Results ( ) - 11 Oren E. Nahum, Yuval Hadas, and Uriel Spiegel, Bar Ilan University, Israel Measuring Freight Transport Elasticities with Multimodal Network Model ( ) - 12 Michel Beuthe, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

165 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Transportation Network Vulnerability: Vulnerability Scanning Methodology Applied to Multiple Logistics Transport Networks ( ) - 13 Qianqian Du, Hokkaido University, Japan Area-Based Freight Trip Generation Models ( ) - 14 Miguel Jaller, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, and Jose Holguín-Veras, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Catherine Theresa Lawson, State University of New York, Albany Freight Tour Synthesis and Influence of Sampling Procedures ( ) - 15 Carlos Alberto Gonzalez-Calderon and Jose Holguín-Veras, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Game-Theoretic Approach for Freight Forwarder Decision Making ( ) - 16 Weng Tat Chan and Han Qin, National University of Singapore Two-Stage Heuristic Method for Vehicle Routing Problem with Split Deliveries and Pickups ( ) - 17 Yong Wang, Chongqing Jiaotong University, China; Xiaolei Ma and Yunteng Lao, University of Washington; Jianxin Fan, Chongqing Jiaotong University, China; Yinhai Wang, University of Washington Hybrid Algorithm for Two-Echelon Logistics Distribution Region Partitioning Problem ( ) - 18 Yong Wang, Chongqing Jiaotong University, China; Xiaolei Ma and Yunteng Lao, University of Washington; Jianxin Fan, Chongqing Jiaotong University, China; Yinhai Wang, University of Washington Modeling Highway Travel Time Distribution with Conditional Probability Models ( ) - 19 Francisco Moraes Oliveira Neto, Shih-Miao Chin, and Ho-Ling Hwang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Lee D. Han, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Developing Advanced Route Choice Models for Heavy Goods Vehicles Using GPS Data ( ) - 20 Stephane Hess, University of Leeds, United Kingdom; Mohammed A. Quddus, Loughborough University, United Kingdom; Nadine Rieser-Schüssler, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich; Andrew Daly, Rand Europe, United Kingdom Estimating Regional Freight Attractions in Korea Using Hybrid Multiregional Input Output Model ( ) - 21 Minchoul Park and Jaewon Kang, Korea Transport Institute Generic Heuristic for Maximizing Inventory Slack in Emergency Medication Distribution Problem ( ) - 25 Mostafa Mollanejad, Reza Faturechi, and Mersedeh TariVerdi, University of Maryland, College Park; Myungseob Kim, Parsons Using Economic Indicators to Forecast Truck Traffic: Time Series and Truck Traffic Analysis Framework ( ) - 26 Francisco C. Cordova and Nathan N. Huynh, University of South Carolina 521 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Trucking Industry Research Michael C. Smith, University of Virginia, presiding Sponsored by Trucking Industry Research Committee Impact of Economic Factors on Job Satisfaction Levels of Self- Employed Container Truck Drivers in Shanghai, China ( ) - 22 Chenming Jiang, Jiaotong University, China; Jian John Lu, University of South Florida; Linjun Luke Lu, Jiaotong University, China; Zhiqiang Cao, Shanghai Municipal Transport and Port Authority; Yi Zhang, Jiaotong University, China Aggregate Truck Queuing Time Relations at Ambassador Bridge and Blue Water Bridge Border Crossing Facilities ( ) - 23 Mark R. McCord, Nicole L. Sell, and Jiaqi Liu, Ohio State University Analysis of Societal Benefits and Costs of Using Onboard Monitoring Systems for Commercial Vehicle Operations ( ) - 24 Kelly Pitera, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Linda Ng Boyle and Anne Goodchild, University of Washington Preliminary Assessment of Benefits and Costs of Mandated Truck Driver Training: European Union Truck Driver Certificate of Professional Competence ( ) - 27 Cameron Elliott Gordon, University of Canberra, Australia Truck Cab Analysis and Scoring System: Ergonomic and Anthropometric Analysis Tool for Assisting Fleet Purchasing Decisions ( ) - 28 Javier Calvo-Amodio, Oregon State University Effect of Fuel Prices on Trucking Industry s Network Characteristics ( ) - 29 Megersa Abera Abate, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute 522 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies Robert E. Larson, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Sponsored by Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies Committee Exploring Contributing Factors of Fuel Economy of Hybrid- Electric Versus Conventional Gasoline Vehicles in Real-World Conditions: Case Study in Cold Cities in Urban Quebec ( ) - B09 Seyed Amir Hossein Zahabi and Luis Fernando Miranda- Moreno, McGill University, Canada; Philippe Barla, Laval University, Canada; Benoit Vincent, Performance Innovation Transport, Canada Hybrid Buses in Europe: Expectations and Experience Presented in Hybrid User Forum ( ) - C01 Michael Glotz-Richter, Hybrid User Forum Influence of Driving Patterns on Life-Cycle Cost and Emissions of Hybrid and Plug-in Electric Vehicle Power Trains ( ) - C02 Orkun Karabasoglu and Jeremy J. Michalek, Carnegie Mellon University Estimating Energy Consumption Based on Microscopic Driving Parameters for Electric Vehicles ( ) - C03 Meiying Wang, Enjian Yao, Yuanyuan Song, and Yongsheng Zhang, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Global Control Optimization of Electric Vehicles with Supercapacitor-Battery Systems over a Set of Real-World Speed and Elevation Profiles via Dynamic Programming ( ) - C04 Orkun Karabasoglu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Paul Kimball, Boeing Company; Alex Styler, Illah Nourbakhsh, and Jeremy J. Michalek, Carnegie Mellon University Optimizing Use of Electric Vehicles in a Regional Car-Rental Fleet ( ) - C05 Gonçalo Homem de Almeida Correia and Raquel Santos, University of Coimbra, Portugal Comparative Life-Cycle Cost of Electric Vehicle Battery Exchange Versus Fast Charging Stations ( ) - C06 Elizabeth Traut, Chris T. Hendrickson, and Jeremy J. Michalek, Carnegie Mellon University (continued) TUE 163

166 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE Session 522 (continued) Pricing Workplace Charging: Financial Viability and Fueling Costs ( ) - C07 Brett Williams, University of California, Los Angeles Hybrid Choice Modeling Allowing for Reference-Dependent Preferences: Estimation and Validation for the Case of Alternative-Fuel Vehicles ( ) - C08 Stefan Mabit, DTU Transport, Denmark; Elisabetta Cherchi and Anders Fjendbo Jensen, Technical University of Denmark; Jørgen Jordal-Jørgensen, COWI A/S, Denmark Stochastic Modeling of Battery Electric Vehicle Driver Behavior: Impact of Charging Infrastructure Deployment on Battery Electric Vehicle Feasibility ( ) - C09 Jing Dong, Iowa State University; Zhenhong Lin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Dynamic Planning of Facility Locations with Benefits from Co-location of Multitype Facilities ( ) - C10 Weijun Xie and Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Modeling the Impact of High-Occupancy-Vehicle Lane Access on Plug-in Electric Vehicle Market ( ) - C11 Zhenhong Lin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jonathan Ford, SRA International, Inc. Optimal Biofuel Supply Chain Design Under Consumption Mandates with Renewable Identification Numbers ( ) - C12 Xiaolei Wang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Yanfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign; Hai Yang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Yun Bai, University of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign Latent Variable Model for Electric Vehicle Adoption ( ) - D02 Marija Bockarjova, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands Evaluating Location Alternatives for Electric Vehicle Recharging Infrastructure Using a Distance-Constrained Equilibrium Assignment Model ( ) - D04 Nan Chen, Lauren Gardner, Melissa Duell, and S. Travis Waller, University of New South Wales, Australia Pilot Study to Assess Consumer Preference and Induced Demand for Hybrid Vehicles Using Structural Equation Model ( ) - D06 Erdong Chen and Kumares C. Sinha, Purdue University Transportation Inefficiencies, Economic Distortion, and Emissions Implications Under an Oligopoly Cellulosic Biofuel Supply Chain ( ) - D08 Yongxi Huang, Clemson University; Yihsu Chen, University of California, Merced Cost Benefit Analysis of Vehicle-to-Grid-Capable Electric School Bus Compared with Traditional Diesel School Bus ( ) - D10 Lance Noel and Regina McCormack, University of Delaware Measuring the Inconvenience of Operating an Alternative Fuel Vehicle ( ) - D12 Jee Eun Kang, State University of New York, Buffalo; Will Recker, University of California, Irvine Planning Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure in City Centers ( ) - E01 Mehrnaz Ghamami, Yu Nie, and Ali Zockaie Kheiraie, Northwestern University Norwegian Electric Vehicle Market: Technological Innovation Systems Analysis ( ) - E02 Sydney Alison Vergis, University of California, Davis Hybrid Choice Modeling of Alternative-Fuel Vehicles in Colombian Cities Including Second-Order Structural Equations ( ) - E03 Jose Soto, Victor Manuel Cantillo, and Julian Arellana, Universidad del Norte, Colombia Beyond Early Adopters of Plug-in Electric Vehicles: Evidence from Fleet and Household Users in Indianapolis ( ) - E04 Bradley W. Lane, University of Kansas; Colin P. Sherman, University of Texas, El Paso; Jon Sperl, Indiana University; Rachel M. Krause, University of Kansas; Sanya Carley and John D. Graham, Indiana University Fuel Economy Benefit of Hybrid-Electric Light-Duty Vehicle Across Real-World Operating Modes ( ) - E05 Karen M. Sentoff and Britt A. Holmen, University of Vermont Assessment of Level 1 and Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Efficiency ( ) - E06 Justine Sears and Evan Forward, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation; Eric Mallia, FleetCarma, Canada; David Roberts and Karen Glitman, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation Optimization Model for Efficient Allocation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations: Application to Dense Urban Network ( ) - E08 Fouad Baouche, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks; Romain Billot, Institut National de Recherche sur les Transports and leur Securité, France; Rochdi Trigui, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks; Nour-Eddin El Faouzi, Institut National de Recherche sur les Transports and leur Securité, France User Equilibrium Based Location Model of Rapid Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles with Batteries That Have Different States of Charge ( ) - E10 Yong-Gwan Lee, Hyo-Seung Kim, Seung-Young Kho, and Chungwon Lee, Seoul National University, South Korea Can Drivers of Plug-in Electric Vehicles Be Prompted to Charge Off-peak? ( ) - H09 Kenneth S. Kurani, Jennifer Tyree Hageman, and Nicolette Caperello, University of California, Davis Daytime Charging: What Is the Hierarchy of Opportunities and Customer Needs? Case Study Based on Atlanta Commute Data ( ) - H19 Danilo J. Santini and Yan Zhou, Argonne National Laboratory; Vetri Venthan Elango, Yanzhi Xu, and Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology 523 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Bicyclists, Behavior, and Attitudes Ralph Buehler, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, presiding Sponsored by Bicycle Transportation Committee Constructing Improved Bicycle Maps: User Preferences and Comparative Analysis ( ) - H17 Johann Weber, Aditi Misra, Alice Grossman, Giacomo Cernjul, Sean McTague, Kari Edison Watkins, and Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology What s Your Type? Multidimensional Cyclist Typology ( ) - J04 Gabriel Damant-Sirois, Michael A. Grimsrud, and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, McGill University, Canada Using Stages-of-Change Approach to Explore Opportunities for Increasing Bicycle Commuting ( ) - J08 Brigitte Driller, Calvin G. Thigpen, and Susan L. Handy, University of California, Davis Bicyclists as Consumers: Mode Choice and Spending Behavior in Davis, California ( ) - J10 Natalie Popovich and Susan L. Handy, University of California, Davis

167 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Integrated Use of Public Transport and Bicycle: Who Are These Multimodal Commuters? ( ) - J12 Eva Heinen, University of Groningen, Netherlands; Wendy Bohte, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Which Station? Access Trips and Bike Share Route Choice ( ) - J13 Jessica E. Schoner and David M. Levinson, University of Minnesota E-Bikes in the United States: Results from an Online Survey ( ) - J14 John H. MacArthur, Jennifer Dill, and Mark Person, Portland State University Bicyclists Sensitivity to Weather in an Arid Climate ( ) - J15 Matthew Krantz Dunlap, University of Washington; Guohui Zhang, University of New Mexico; Yinhai Wang, University of Washington Effects of Objective and Perceived Built Environment on Bicycling for Transportation ( ) - J16 Liang Ma and Jennifer Dill, Portland State University More Cycling or More Cyclists: Dynamics and Potentials of Bicycle Use in Germany by Cluster-Based Approach ( ) - J17 Tatjana Streit, Christine Weiss, Bastian Chlond, and Peter Vortisch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany Bicycle and Bus Commuting to an Urban Campus: Overcoming the Barriers ( ) - J18 Robert J. Schneider and Lingqian Hu, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Strategic Social Interaction in Travel Mode Choice: Case Study of Travelers on University of California, Davis, Campus ( ) - J19 Christopher David Congleton, University of California, Davis Shifts Between Automobile, Bus, and Bicycle Commuting in an Urban Setting ( ) - J20 Lingqian Hu and Robert J. Schneider, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee 524 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Bikesharing Matthew Ridgway, Fehr & Peers, presiding Sponsored by Bicycle Transportation Committee Metaheuristic Approach for Repositioning Bicycles in a Public Bikesharing System ( ) - H15 Binh Luong, Pulkit Parikh, and Satish V. Ukkusuri, Purdue University How Do Land Use and Urban Form Affect Bicycle Flows? Evidence from Bicycle-Sharing System in Montreal, Canada ( ) - J03 Ahmadreza Faghih Imani, Naveen Eluru, Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, Michael Rabbat, and Usamah Haq, McGill University, Canada Public Bicycle-Sharing System Research in Suburban Area: Case Study in Shanghai, China ( ) - J05 Wangqi Ge, Northwestern University; Ying Hui, Tongji University, China Identifying the Leaders: Applying Diffusion-of-Innovation Theory to Use of Public Bike-Share System in Vancouver, Canada ( ) - J07 Suzanne Therrien, Simon Fraser University, Canada; Michael Brauer, University of British Columbia, Canada; Dan Fuller, University of Saskatchewan, Canada; Lise Gauvin, University of Montreal, Canada; Kay Teschke, University of British Columbia, Canada; Meghan Winters, Simon Fraser University, Canada Impact of Bikesharing Infrastructure on Accidents and Policy Implications for San Francisco ( ) - J09 Ingrid Ballús-Armet, Rebecca Shafer, Aldo Tudela Rivadeneyra, and Saranya Konala, University of California, Berkeley Demand Analysis for Bike-Share System on Texas A&M University Campus ( ) - J11 Tongbin Teresa Qu, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Michael Martin and Ming-Han Li, Texas A&M University 525 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Cycling Policy and Facility Evaluation Jennifer Dill, Portland State University, presiding Sponsored by Bicycle Transportation Committee Assessing the Impact of Bicycle Facilities on Use: Evaluation of Minneapolis Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program ( ) - J01 Willard Fields, Texas State University; Angie Cradock, Jessica Barrett, and Steven Melly, Harvard School of Public Health Cost Benefit Analysis of Added Cycling Facilities ( ) - J02 Mingxin Li and Ardeshir Faghri, University of Delaware Secure Investment for Active Transport: Willingness to Pay for Secure Bicycle Parking in Montreal, Canada ( ) - J06 Dea Suzanne van Lierop, McGill University, Canada; Brian H. Y. Lee, Vermont University; Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, McGill University, Canada Measuring Impacts of Bike-to-Work Day Events for Different Populations ( ) - K04 Daniel Piatkowski, Rachael Kefalos Bronson, Wesley Marshall, and Kevin J. Krizek, University of Colorado, Denver Does Dedicated Bicycle Infrastructure Reduce Motorized Vehicle Trips? Results from Albuquerque Bicycle Travel Study ( ) - K08 Gregory Rowangould, University of New Mexico; Julie Luna, Mid-Region Council of Governments Carrots Versus Sticks: Assessing Intervention Effectiveness and Implementation Challenges for Walking and Bicycling ( ) - K06 Daniel Piatkowski and Wesley Marshall, University of Colorado, Denver 526 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Cyclist Safety and Operations Christopher R. Cherry, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, presiding Sponsored by Bicycle Transportation Committee Injury Severity Study of Bicycle Motor Vehicle Crashes ( ) - K02 Randy B. Machemehl and Mubassira Khan, University of Texas, Austin Circumstances of Bicyclist Injuries ( ) - K03 Paul M. Schimek, TranSystems Is There a Spillover Effect of Right-Turn-on-Red Permission for Bicyclists? ( ) - K05 Tim De Ceunynck, Stijn Daniels, Bert Vanderspikken, Kris Brijs, Elke Hermans, Tom Brijs, and Geert Wets, Hasselt University, Belgium Automated Measuring of Cyclist and Motor Vehicle Postencroachment Time at Signalized Intersections ( ) - K07 Ali Kassim, Karim Ismail, and Yasser Hassan, Carleton University, Canada (continued) TUE 165

168 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE Session 526 (continued) Modeling Red-Light-Running Frequency of Bicycles at Signalized Intersection Using Generalized Linear Regression Models ( ) - K09 Yanyong Guo and Yao Wu, Southeast University, China Modeling Bicyclists Injury Severity Levels in Province of Nova Scotia, Canada, Using Generalized Ordered Probit Structure ( ) - K10 Muhammad Ahsanul Habib and Justin Forbes, Dalhousie University, Canada Comparative Analysis of Red-Light-Running Behaviors of E-Bikes at Signalized Intersections ( ) - K11 Yanyong Guo, Pan Liu, Lu Bai, Chengcheng Xu, and Jun Chen, Southeast University, China Distracted Biking: Review of Current State of Knowledge ( ) - K12 Judith L. Mwakalonge and Jamario White, South Carolina State University; Saidi Siuhi, Abu Dhabi University, United Arab Emirates Dispersion Effect in Left-Turn Mixed Bicycle Traffic and Its Influence on Capacity of Left-Turn Vehicles at Signalized Intersections ( ) - K13 Jingxu Chen, Wei Wang, Zhibin Li, Hang Jiang, Xuewu Chen, and Youpu Wang, Southeast University, China Operational Impacts of Copenhagen Left as Alternative to Diagonal Left Turns of Bicycles at Signalized Intersections ( ) - K14 Xiaoming Chen, Texas Southern University; Shao Chunfu, Jiaotong University, China Evaluation of Interactions Between Buses and Bicycles at Stops ( ) - K15 De Zhao, Wei Wang, Yuan Zheng, and Yanjie Ji, Southeast University, China; Wenfu Wang, Waterloo University, Canada; Ye Yu, Southeast University, China Patterning Demographic and Socioeconomic Characteristics Affecting Pedestrian and Bicycle Crash Frequency ( ) - K16 Deo Chimba and Daniel Emaasit, Tennessee State University; Christopher R. Cherry and Zane Pannell, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Distracted Bike Riding and Its Discontents: Findings from 2012 National Survey of Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes and Behavior ( ) - K17 Melanie Helene Wilbur and Paul Brennan Schroeder, Abt SRBI, Inc. Tools and Strategies for Wide-Scale Bicycle Level-of-Service Analysis ( ) - K18 Michael B. Lowry and Daniel Callister, University of Idaho Red or Green: Estimating the Patterns of Traffic Signals Through Cyclists GPS Tracks for Real-Time Navigation ( ) - K19 Robert Schönauer, Mobimera Verkehrstechnologien KG, Austria; Gerald Richter, Markus Straub, Christian Rudloff, and Melitta Dragaschnigg, Austrian Institute of Technology Cyclist Accident Typology: Survey Methodology Using a Medical Registry ( ) - K20 Alice Billot-Grasset, Emmanuelle Amoros, and Martine Hours, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks 527 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Emerging Information Technology Advances in Transportation, 2013 Guohui Zhang, University of New Mexico, presiding Sponsored by Information Systems and Technology Committee Abandoned Object Detection Based on Three-Dimensional Image Information for Road Surveillance ( ) - B01 Jinhui Lan, University of Science and Technology, Beijing, China; Min Guo, Beijing Traffic Management Bureau, China; Bin Ran, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Xinrong Sun, Tuerniyazi Aibibu, and Min Liu, University of Science and Technology, Beijing, China Hybrid Technology Networking: Complete Solution for Wireless Communications for Real-Time Monitoring of Cars on Freight Trains ( ) - B02 Pradhumna Shrestha, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Michael Hempel, University of Nebraska, Omaha; Sushanta Rakshit, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Hamid Sharif, University of Nebraska, Omaha; John Punwani and Monique Stewart, Federal Railroad Administration Assessment of Quality and Completeness of Archived ITS Sensor Data: TransGuide Case Study ( ) - B03 Khaled Hamad, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates; Cesar Quiroga, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Algorithm of Vehicle Speed Detection in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Videos ( ) - B04 Zhang Xin and Yuntao Chang, Tongji University, China; and Li Li, Tongji University, Shanghai, China Toward WiFi System for Traffic Monitoring in Different Transportation Facilities ( ) - B05 Stewart Jackson, Asad Lesani, and Luis Fernando Miranda- Moreno, McGill University, Canada Applying Graph Theory to Automatic Vehicle Tracking by Remote Sensing ( ) - B06 Carlos Lima Azevedo and João Lourenço Cardoso, National Laboratory for Civil Engineering, Portugal; Moshe E. Ben-Akiva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Public Video Data Set for Road Transportation Applications ( ) - B07 Nicolas Saunier, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada; Hakan Ardo, Lund University, Sweden; Jean-Philippe Jodoin, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada; Aliaksei Laureshyn, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden; Mikael Nilsson and Ase Svensson, Lund University, Sweden; Luis Fernando Miranda- Moreno, McGill University, Canada; Guillaume-Alexandre Bilodeau, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada; Kalle Astrom, Lund University, Sweden Novel Road Boundary Detection Approach for Not-Well-Marked Roads in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Video ( ) - B08 Li-Ye Zhang, Tongji University, China Three-Tiered Data and Information Integration Framework: Case Study of Transportation Project Daily Work Report ( ) - B10 Asregedew Kassa Woldesenbet, Iowa State University Prototype of Web-Based Research-and-Education-Oriented Traffic Simulation Platform ( ) - B12 Xuan Shi, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Peter J. Jin, University of Texas, Austin; Yang Cheng and Steven Parker, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Jian Zhang, Southeast University, China; Bin Ran, University of Wisconsin, Madison

169 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 528 8:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m., Hilton, International Center Transportation Energy and Climate Change Lewison Lee Lem, Jack Faucett Associates, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Transportation Energy Committee Impacts of Built Environment and Emerging Green Technologies on Daily Transportation Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Quebec Cities: Disaggregate Modeling Approach ( ) - B11 Seyed Amir Hossein Zahabi and Luis Fernando Miranda- Moreno, McGill University, Canada; Zachary Rupert Patterson, Concordia University, Canada; Philippe Barla, Laval University, Canada Life-Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated with Construction of Commuter Rail Projects ( ) - E07 Christopher Hanson and Robert B. Noland, Rutgers University; Christopher D. Porter, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Achieving Reductions in Greenhouse Gases in U.S. Road Transportation Sector ( ) - E09 Andrew I. Kay and Robert B. Noland, Rutgers University; Caroline Jane Rodier, University of California, Davis Citizen Acceptance of New Fossil Fuel Infrastructure: Value Theory and Canada s Northern Gateway Pipeline ( ) - F01 Jonn Axsen, Simon Fraser University, Canada Household Vehicle Carbon Emissions in California Cities ( ) - F02 Deborah Salon, University of California, Davis Oil Vulnerability in the Greater Toronto Area: Spatial Analyses of Socioeconomic Risks from Higher Urban Fuel Prices ( ) - F03 Saidal Akbari and Khandker M. Nurul Habib, University of Toronto, Canada Impact of Transport Pricing Policy on Individual Energy Consumption: Simulation Case Study in Kumamoto, Japan ( ) - F04 Yanhong Yin, Ningbo University, China Modeling Regional Transportation Demand in China and Impacts of a National Carbon Policy ( ) - F05 Paul Natsuo Kishimoto, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Da Zhang and Xiliang Zhang, Tsinghua University, China; Valerie J. Karplus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Toward Modeling Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Urban Transport Sector in China ( ) - F06 Shengyang Sun, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit GmbH, China Toward Global CO2 Calculation Standard for Supply Chains: Suggestions for Methodological Improvements ( ) - F07 Igor Y. Davydenko, TNO, Netherlands; Verena Charlotte Ehrler, German Aerospace Center; Diederik de Ree, TNO, Netherlands; Alan Lewis, Transport & Travel Research Ltd., United Kingdom; Lóránt A. Antal Tavasszy, TNO, Netherlands Measuring Progress Toward Transportation Greenhouse Gas Goals ( ) - F08 Juan Matute, University of California, Los Angeles Transportation Systems and the Built Environment: Life-Cycle Energy Case Study and Analysis ( ) - F09 Brice Gregory Nichols and Kara Kockelman, University of Texas, Austin Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Heavy-Duty Trucks in California and Potential Benefits of Alternative Fuels ( ) - F10 Michael Taptich and Arpad Horvath, University of California, Berkeley Quantitative and Systematic Methodology to Investigate Energy Consumption in Multimodal Transportation Systems ( ) - G01 Lili Du, Illinois Institute of Technology; Srinivas Peeta, Peng Wei, and Dengfeng Sun, Purdue University Impact of Built Environment on Gasoline Consumption in a Developing Mega-City: Evidence from Jakarta Metropolitan Area, Indonesia ( ) - G02 Ryosuke Abe and Hironori Kato, University of Tokyo, Japan Energy Use and Carbon Emission Analysis Methodologies for Large Organizations ( ) - G03 Wai Oswald Chong and Edward Peltier, University of Kansas Transportation Policy Effects on Urban Fuel Consumption and Energy Reduction ( ) - G04 I. J. Lu, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan; Yu-Hern Chang and Yung-Hsiang Cheng, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan Consumer Choice of E85: Price Sensitivity and Cost of Limited Fuel Availability ( ) - G05 Changzheng Liu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Estimating Shadow Prices of Urban Transport Mode Choice for Second-Best Pricing of CO2 Emissions ( ) - G06 Claire Papaix, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks Influence of Street Environments on Fuel Efficiency: Insights from Naturalistic Driving ( ) - G07 Xiaoguang Wang, Central Michigan University; Chao Liu, University of Maryland, College Park; Lidia P. Kostyniuk, University of Michigan; Qing Shen, University of Washington; Shan Bao, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute Projecting Climate Change Impacts on the Transportation System: GIS-Based Approach for Network-Level Culvert Infrastructure Management ( ) - G08 Thomas A. Wall, Michael Owen Rodgers, and Adjo A. Amekudzi, Georgia Institute of Technology Designing Low-Carbon Cities with Family Life-Cycle in Mind: Where Should Our Focus Be? ( ) - G09 E. Owen D. Waygood, Laval University, Canada; Yilin Sun, Zhejiang University, China; Yusak Octavius Susilo, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Exploring Road-Based Energy Demand Using Multilevel Mixed- Effects Model ( ) - G10 Mohammed A. Quddus, Loughborough University, United Kingdom; Giorgia Koulopoulou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Hydrogen Infrastructure for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles: Technical Status, International Developments, and the Looming Hydrogen Fuel Supply Gap ( ) - H07 Timothy Lipman, University of California, Berkeley Eco-Drive I-80: Large Sample Fuel Economy Feedback Experiment ( ) - H11 Tai Stillwater and Kenneth S. Kurani, University of California, Davis Projecting Spatial E85 Demand for 2015 and 2020 ( ) - H12 Yu Pei and Nathan Parker, University of California, Davis Exploring Trade-off Between GHG Emissions and Travel Time in Daily Transport-Related Choices: Econometric Approach Applying Random Parameter Models ( ) - H13 H. M. Abdul Aziz and Satish V. Ukkusuri, Purdue University Exploring Connection Between Climate Change and Traffic Safety: Initial Aggregate Assessment ( ) - H14 Dario Hidalgo and Nicolae Duduta, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute Maximizing the Impacts of State Department of Transportation Climate Action Efforts ( ) - H16 Eliot Rose and Jeffrey Ang-Olson, ICF International; Garth Hopkins, California Department of Transportation (continued) TUE 167

170 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE Session 528 (continued) Picking Winners: Assessing Costs of Technology-Specific Climate Policy for U.S. Passenger Vehicles ( ) - H18 Jacob Fox, Jonn Axsen, and Mark Jaccard, Simon Fraser University, Canada Analysis of Possible Energy Impacts of Automated Vehicles ( ) - H20 Austin Brown, National Renewable Energy Laboratory 9:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m., Marriott, Exhibit Hall Exhibits Sponsored by Technical Activities Council This is the last day to visit the exhibits. View the floor plan and interactively search for exhibiting organizations on the Mobile App. Between sessions, food concessions are available in the Marriott Atrium. Mark your calendar to attend next year s TRB Annual Meeting, January 11 15, 2015, at our new venue the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. 9:45 a.m. 2:45 p.m., Marriott, Johnson Roundabout Video Theatre Sponsored by Roundabouts Committee Brian J. Walsh, Washington State Department of Transportation, presiding :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Delaware A Applications of Bridge Life-Cycle Management Paul D. Thompson, Consultant, presiding Sponsored by Bridge Management Committee Determination of Optimal MR&R Policies for Retaining Life- Cycle Connectivity of Bridge Networks ( ) Xiaofei Hu and Samer Michel Madanat, University of California, Berkeley Selection of Appropriate Material, Construction Technique, and Structural System of Bridges by Application of PROMETHEE Decision-Making Method ( ) Vahid Balali, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Amir Mottaghi, University of Tehran, Iran; Omidreza Shoghli, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Mahmoud Golabchi, University of Tehran, Iran Analyzing Life-Cycle Costs in Repairing Bridge Piles: TxDOT Case ( ) Sangwook Lee, Dayong Wu, and Sang-Wook Bae, Texas Tech University Spreadsheet Method of Forecasting Cost of Sustaining a Set of Bridge Connections ( ) Robert Case, Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Maryland C Critical Issues Affecting Maintenance Equipment in Departments of Transportation and Needed Research Randy Owen, Mercury Associates, Inc.; Danny Keene, Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, presiding Sponsored by Maintenance Equipment Committee Aggregate Properties Affecting Pavement Response and Performance Richard L. Boudreau, Boudreau Engineering Inc., presiding Sponsored by Mineral Aggregates Committee and Geology and Properties of Earth Materials Section Evaluation of Aggregate Resistance to Breakage, Abrasion, and Polishing Using Advanced Aggregate Imaging Systems ( ) Maziar Moaveni, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Enad Mahmoud, University of Texas Pan American; Eduardo Madrigal Ortiz, Bradley University; Erol Tutumluer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Sheila Beshears, Illinois Department of Transportation Estimation of Resilient Modulus of Unbound Aggregates Using Performance-Related Base Course Properties ( ) Fan Gu and Hakan Sahin, Texas A&M University; Xue Luo and Rong Luo, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Robert Leonard Lytton, Texas A&M University Framework for Improved Unbound Aggregate Base Rutting Model Development for Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design ( ) Liang Chern Chow, Debakanta Mishra, and Erol Tutumluer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Prediction of Permanent Deformation Behavior of Unbound Aggregates Using Performance-Related Base Course Properties ( ) Fan Gu and Hakan Sahin, Texas A&M University; Xue Luo and Rong Luo, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Robert Leonard Lytton, Texas A&M University This session focuses on important issues in departments of transportation fleet operations, including papers related to (a) a practice-ready methodology for developing an energy (diesel fuel) and environmental (pollutant emissions) inventory for nonroad heavy-duty diesel equipment and (b) an innovative approach to estimate how potential failures in equipment building facilities can affect employees activities and eventually transportation system users. Case Study of Energy and Environmental Inventory for Municipal Heavy-Duty Diesel Equipment Fleet ( ) Phil Lewis, Oklahoma State University Use of Discrete-Event Simulation to Quantify the Impacts of DOT Building System Failures on Transportation System Users ( ) Umberto Carlo Gatti, Omar El-Anwar, Giovanni Ciro Migliaccio, and Ken-Yu Lin, University of Washington; Yvonne Medina, Washington State Department of Transportation AASHTO Equipment Management Technical Services Program: Overview and Research Needs Lisa Kunzman, California Department of Transportation

171 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Salon 3 Driver and Vehicle Safety Innovation Stephen Smith, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, presiding Sponsored by Truck and Bus Safety Committee North American Fatigue Management Program Terri Hallquist, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Safety Benefits of Electronic Hours of Service Recorders Jeffrey Hickman, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute National Survey of Long-Haul Truck Driver Health and Injury William Sieber, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Vehicle Safety Innovation: Small Business Innovative Research and Technology Development Cem Hatipoglu, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Virginia A Fifty Years of Culverts and Soil-Structure Interaction: What Have We Learned, and What Does the Future Hold? Cecil L. Jones, Diversified Engineering Services, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Subsurface Soil-Structure Interaction Committee and Culverts and Hydraulic Structures Committee Development of Analysis and Design Models for Culverts Timothy J. McGrath, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. History of Soil-Structure Interaction Models for Buried Culverts Michael G. Katona, Washington State University Fifty Years of Culverts and Soil-Structure Interaction: European Experience Leszek Janusz, Viacon, Poland; Christopher Rogers, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; Jan Vaslestad, Norwegian Public Roads Administration Growth of Plastic Pipe Use in Transportation Applications James Bloomfield Goddard, JimGoddard3, LLC Soil-Structure Interaction and Infrastructure Construction Curtiss W. Gilley, Terrain Engineering Inc. Future of Buried Culverts and Soil-Structure Interaction Kim Spahn, American Concrete Pavement Association TRB Annual Meeting Online TRB continues to implement measures to bring more of the TRB Annual Meeting to employees of TRB sponsor organizations, with an emphasis on those that face severe travel limitations. TRB Annual Meeting Online is a collection of information resources from the meeting, including visual aid presentations from more than 3,100 slide and poster presentations and the Compendium of Papers, with access to more than 2,400 papers. TRB Annual Meeting Online provides an enduring educational resource for Annual Meeting attendees and for the many transportation professionals around the world who were unable to attend. The resources are offered complimentary to Annual Meeting registrants and TRB year-round sponsors, and for a nominal fee to others. Visit TRB.org/AnnualMeeting in March to access TRB Annual Meeting Online :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall West Fifty Years of Traffic Flow Theory: Achievements and Challenges Nathan H. Gartner, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, and Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics Committee Reflection on 50 Years of Traffic Flow Theory Nathan H. Gartner, University of Massachusetts, Lowell; Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University Behavioral Car-Following Model Updated ( ) Peter Gipps, Trimble Planning Solutions Pty Ltd., Australia Presentation of Greenshields Prize Honoring Benjamin Siebold and Shimao Fan Ludovic Leclercq, Université de Lyon, France Jam Occupancy and Other Lingering Problems with Empirical Fundamental Diagrams ( ) Benjamin Coifman, Ohio State University Highest Cited Paper Ceremony Honoring Markos Papageorgiou Femke van Wageningen-Kessels, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Automated Driving, Traffic Flow Efficiency, and Human Factors: Literature Review ( ) Raymond Gerard Hoogendoorn, Bart van Arem, and Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Does Big Data Mean the End of Traffic Flow Theory? Sebastien Blandin, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Final Reflections and Looking into the Crystal Ball to See What the Next 50 Years Will Bring Robert Lawrence Bertini, Portland State University :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Maryland B International Benchmarking on Road Safety Fred C. M. Wegman, SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research, Netherlands, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Safety Management Committee and Global Road Safety Subcommittee Overview of Road Safety in 2012 in IRTAD Countries Stephen Perkins, ITF-OECD Joint Transport Research Centre, France Road Safety Performance and Economic Developments Rune Elvik, Institute of Transport Economics, Norway Relationship Between Safety and Economic Indicators George Yannis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Road Safety Developments in the United States Terry T. Shelton, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration TUE 169

172 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Delaware B Organizational Conflicts of Interest: Rules and Policies Affecting Projects Using Alternative Delivery Methods Nancy C. Smith, Nossaman LLP, presiding Sponsored by Project Delivery Methods Committee and Contract Law Committee Organizational conflicts present significant concerns for major design build and public-private partnership projects in which engineering firms involved in the project during the planning process may want to join the teams proposing on the projects. Conflicts of interest also present issues in the proposal evaluation process, since it is important to ensure that individuals participating in decisions affecting contractor selection are unbiased in making decisions. Panel Discussion Katharine Nees, Texas Department of Transportation; Elizabeth Mayer, Davis LLP; Patricia de la Peña, Nossaman LLP :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Virginia B Speed Monitoring, Traffic Calming, and GIS Applications for Law Enforcement Agencies, Researchers, and Engineers Keith D. Williams, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Law Enforcement Committee Methodological Approach to Spatiotemporal Optimization of Rural Freeway Enforcement in Florida ( ) Grady Carrick, Enforcement Engineering, Inc.; Ilir Bejleri and Yiqiang Ouyang, University of Florida Threshold Effects of Speed Monitoring Devices on Driver Speeding Behavior ( ) Doreen M. De Leonardis, Emanuel Robinson, and Richard Huey, Westat Inc.; Randolph G. Atkins, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Effect of Traffic Calming Versus Active Enforcement Efforts in Work Zones ( ) Gerald L. Ullman and Marcus A. Brewer, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Case Study Evaluation of Saturation and Corridor Enforcement Patrols ( ) Alexander R. Maistros and William Henry Schneider, University of Akron; Rick Beverley, Ohio Department of Public Safety; Brandon A. Stakleff, University of Akron :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Salon 1 HOT TOPIC State Department of Transportation CEO Critical Issues Roundtable, Part 1: Funding and Financing (Part 2, Session 589; Part 3, Session 650) John Schroer, Tennessee Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by TRB Executive Committee The national government has been locked in a debate about deficits and taxes, which has diverted Congressional attention from the investment needed to improve transportation system performance. The divisions in Congress reflect different visions Americans have about the scope of federal government services including raising taxes to fund infrastructure investment. State DOT CEOs will discuss whether states should plan on shouldering greater funding responsibility over the long term, and if so, how? Panelists Scott E. Bennett, Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department; Greg Whirley, Virginia Department of Transportation; John Cox, Wyoming Department of Transportation :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Thurgood Marshall North Sustainability: 20 Years in the Past and 20 Years in the Future Mohammad Shamim Khan, Professional Service Industries, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Design and Construction Group; Young Members Council; Policy and Organization Group; Planning and Environment Group; Public Transportation Group; Aviation Group; and Marine Group It was just about 20 years ago when the conversation on sustainability started and about 10 years ago when these conversations became serious and believable, particularly in the context of transportation infrastructure. U.S. infrastructure developments must not be at the expense of the surrounding environment. The objective of this session is to identify the direction in which the design and construction industry should be going during the next two decades to achieve sustainable development. Transportation, Sustainability, and Sustainable Transportation: Overview Damon Fordham, Camdus Group, Inc. Ongoing Evolution of Sustainability: From Noble Goal to Pragmatic Policy Framework John V. Thomas, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Stakeholder Engagement Strategies for Sustainable Public Transportation Initiatives Christopher A. Pangilinan, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Evolving from Sustainable Development in the 20th Century to Developing Sustainability in the 21st Century Thomas H. Wakeman, Stevens Institute of Technology :15 a.m. noon, Marriott, Maryland A Toll Projects and the Environmental Process Richard A. Christopher, HDR Engineering, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Environmental Issues in Transportation Law Committee Integrating Tolling into EIS Process: Investment Criteria in the Purpose and Need and Alternatives Review Edward V. A. Kussy, Nossaman LLP Wetland Permitting Lowell M. Rothschild, Bracewell & Giuliani LLP Title VI, Environmental Justice: Compliance with Executive Order and Tolling or Equity Issues William G. Malley, Perkins Coie LLP

173 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Hampton :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Blue Room Achieving Smart Noise-Based Regulations for Vessel Traffic Ben Chicoski, Energetics Incorporated, presiding Sponsored by Marine Environment Committee Noise-Based Regulations: Why Now? Brandon Southall, SEA, Inc. Noise-Based Regulations: Measurements and Impact of Ship Noise Chris Barber, Multipath Science and Engineering Solutions Noise-Based Regulations: Making Intelligent Decisions John Young, CSA Ocean Sciences, Inc :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Regency Ballroom Anticipating Future Needs in Transportation Cybersecurity Michael G. Dinning, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, presiding Sponsored by Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Committee; Intelligent Transportation Systems Committee; and Information Systems and Technology Committee Challenges in Cyber STEM Education Jon Haass, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Wisconsin s Traffic Operations Program: Cyber Security and Resilience Experiences and Perspectives John M. Corbin, Wisconsin Department of Transportation Cyber Security Practices, Opportunities, and Challenges at Utah Transit Authority Abraham Kololli, Utah Transit Authority Connected Vehicle Communications Security in South East Michigan 2014 Project Walton Fehr, Research and Innovative Technology Administration :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Congressional Federal Roles in Air Travel Disease Mitigation Duane Habeck, Integrated Decision Engineering Analysis, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Aviation Security and Emergency Management Committee Communications and Information Management Issues for Air Travel Disease Mitigation Duane Habeck, Integrated Decision Engineering Analysis, Inc. Disease Management Policy Nicole Smith, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Significant Biomedical Issues for Air Travel Disease Mitigation Murray Hamilton, Knotox, Inc. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Response, Vulnerability, Mitigation, and Exercise Martin Stolmack, Science Applications International Corporation Civil and Military Airport Safety Steve Thompson, Denver International Airport Freight Day, Part 2: Optimizing Freight Traffic in Congestion Connected Trucks and Advanced Technologies (Part 1, Session 492; Part 3, Session 593; Part 4, Session 658) Barbara A. Ivanov, Washington State Department of Transportation, and Allison Yoh, Port of Long Beach, presiding Sponsored by Ports and Channels Committee; Marine Group; and Freight Systems Group On the Horizon: Research and Development of Truck Vehicle Technology for Operational Efficiency Joakim Svensson, Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Sweden Increasing Capacity Through Truck Platooning: Current Capabilities and Future Visions for V2V and V2I Technology Steven E. Shladover, Partners for Advanced Transit and Highways Improvements to Logistics Brought from Cooperative ITS in Europe Maxime Flament, ERTICO - ITS Europe Beyond Technology: Addressing the Legal and Institutional Framework Needed to Support Truck Technologies Bryant Walker Smith, Stanford Law School :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Executive High-Speed Rail Issues with Critical Velocity and Raleigh Wave Speed: Ground-Borne Vibrations Hai Huang, Pennsylvania State University, presiding Sponsored by Railroad Track Structure System Design Committee Ground-Borne Vibrations from Railway Track: Problem Definition and Computation Methods Dimitris C. Rizos, University of South Carolina Field Measurement of Ground Accelerations Resulting from High-Speed Trains on Soft Soil ( ) Daniel Gnatek, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Dynamic Behavior of Ballastless Slab Track Under Moving Loads: Experimental and Theoretical Studies Xuecheng Bian, Zhejiang University, China Railway Vibration Impact Assessment: High-Accuracy and Internationally Compatible Tool ( ) David Connolly, Jools Peters, Alistair Sim, Antonios Giannopoulos, and Michael Christopher Forde, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Georges Kouroussis and Olivier Verlinden, University of Mons, Belgium Estimating Railway Rolling Stock Speed from Free Field Ground Vibration Measurement ( ) Georges Kouroussis, University of Mons, Belgium; David Connolly and Michael Christopher Forde, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Olivier Verlinden, University of Mons, Belgium TUE 171

174 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Empire :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Diplomat TUE Improving Business Practices Between Transportation Agencies and Railroads Jerry Anthony DiMaggio, Transportation Research Board, presiding Sponsored by SHRP 2 Technical Coordinating Committee for Renewal Research Outcomes and Products from SHRP2 Railroad Projects Jerry Anthony DiMaggio, Transportation Research Board Knowledge Sharing for Long-Term Success on Railroad U.S. Department of Transportation Projects Shobna Varma, StarIsis Corporation Collaborating with the Railroads: Texas Experience Darin Kosmak, Texas Department of Transportation Partnering with Transportation Agencies: Railroad Perspective Kamie Minor, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad FHWA Support for Railroad U.S. Department of Transportation Collaboration Joseph Taylor, Federal Highway Administration :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Palladian Public, Private, or a Little of Both: What s the Right Future for U.S. Air Traffic Control? Stephen Van Beek, LeighFisher, presiding Sponsored by Airfield and Airspace Capacity and Delay Committee and Aviation Economics and Forecasting Committee Panel Discussion Paul Rinaldi, National Air Traffic Controllers Association; Jacqueline Lancaster-McCarthy, NAV CANADA; David Traynham, Boeing Company; Sharon L. Pinkerton, Airlines for America; Steve Fulton, GE Aviation :15 a.m. noon, Shoreham, Ambassador Roadway Departure Risk Raphael H. Grzebieta, University of New South Wales, Australia, presiding Sponsored by Roadside Safety Design Committee Understanding Heavy Vehicle Encroachment Frequency ( ) Christine Carrigan, Malcolm Howard Ray, and Torey Olaf Johnson, RoadSafe LLC Roadway Characteristics Associated with Motorcycle Crashes into Longitudinal Barriers and Their Influence on Rider Injury ( ) Douglas John Gabauer, Bucknell University Injury Risk in Frontal Crashes with Guardrail and Guardrail End Terminals ( ) Nicholas Sean Johnson and Hampton Clay Gabler, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Roadway Departure Involving Motorcyclists in Australia and New Zealand Raphael H. Grzebieta, University of New South Wales, Australia Use and Misuse of Cost Data in Simplified Rail Regulatory Proceedings George Avery Grimes, Patriot Rail Corporation, presiding Sponsored by Freight Transportation Economics and Regulation Committee and Freight Rail Transportation Committee For a number of years the Surface Transportation Board has sought to develop and implement simplified procedures for evaluating the reasonableness of railroad rates, hoping that the simplified evidentiary standards and reduced costs of these procedures would make regulatory oversight and protections within the economic reach of a larger set of rail shippers. The speakers at this session will discuss the implications of this issue more for the economics of rate relief and the rail industry. Economics of Seeking Rate Relief Using Simplified Procedures John Kevin Neels, Brattle Group Role of Rail Cost Data in Simplifying Surface Transportation Board s Rate Case Procedures Jeffrey Moreno, Thompson Hine LLP Why to Be Wary of Variable Costs Gerard J. McCullough, University of Minnesota Surface Transportation Board s Attempts to Simplify the Rate Protest Process Francis P. Mulvey, former member of Surface Transportation Board :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Lincoln East Finding Cleaner Ways to Move Goods and People: Options for Alternative Fuel Trucks and Locomotives Lisha B. Smith, South Coast Air Quality Management District, presiding Sponsored by Committee on Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies (ADC80) Trucks Powered By Natural Gas, Electricity, Fuel Cells and Other Low Emission Technologies Matt Miyasato, South Coast Air Quality Management District Freight and Passenger Locomotives: Going Beyond Tier IV Emission Standards Henry Hogo, South Coast Air Quality Management District :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Georgetown West New Horizons for International Research Collaboration: European Union s Horizon 2020 Program Georgios Giannopoulos, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Greece, presiding Sponsored by International Activities Committee Program Overview Alessandro Damiani, European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, Belgium Program Specifics for Surface Transportation Liam Breslin, European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, Belgium Opportunities for International Collaboration Frank Smit, European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, Belgium U.S. E.U. Cooperation on Research and Development Alasdair Cain, Research and Innovative Technology Administration

175 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 7 Public Involvement Challenges Associated with Demographic and Climate Changes Anne Caroline Morris, Anne Morris and Associates, LLC, presiding Sponsored by Public Involvement in Transportation Committee and Environmental Justice in Transportation Committee Challenges of Demographic Changes Gloria J. Jeff, Gloria Jeff and Associates Creating Safety Nets Through Community Connections Deborah Matherly, Louis Berger Group, Inc. Engaging Different Publics in Climate Change Adaptation Planning: From Skeptics to Believers Michael Meyer, Parsons Brinckerhoff :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 8 Public Transit Reliability Victoria A. Perk, University of South Florida, presiding Sponsored by Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Committee The reliability of transit service strongly affects how passengers perceive transit service quality and also affects a transit agency s operating costs. Papers in this session explore practical ways to improve bus and rail transit reliability, present a method for incorporating transit reliability into transportation demand models, and present an alternative model for evaluating rail transit quality of service that incorporates reliability. Service Reliability in a Network Context: Impacts of Synchronizing Schedules in Long Headway Services ( ) Aaron Lee, Niels van Oort, and Rob van Nes, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Incorporating Unreliability of Transit in Transport Demand Models: Theoretical and Practical Approach ( ) Niels van Oort, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Ties Brands, University of Twente, Netherlands; Erik de Romph and Jessica Aceves Flores, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Bus Drivers Responses to Real-Time Schedule Adherence and Their Effects on Transit Reliability ( ) Yuxiong Ji and Lihang He, Tongji University, China; H. Michael Zhang, University of California, Davis Development of Rail Service Sensitivity Meter ( ) Jyh-Cherng Jong, Sinotech Engineering Consultants Inc., Taiwan; Yung-Cheng Lai and Shao-Wei Wang, National Taiwan University; Sheng-Hsuan Huang, Sinotech Engineering Consultants Inc., Taiwan :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 6 Rail Transit Planning Wendy Jia, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, presiding Sponsored by Rail Transit Systems Committee Modeling Effects of Spatial and Temporal Correlation of Population Densities in a Railway Transportation Corridor ( ) Ding Liu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Rail Transit: Exploration with Emphasis on Networks with Ring Lines ( ) Saeid Saidi, S. C. Wirasinghe, and Lina Kattan, University of Calgary, Canada Exploring Factors Affecting Commuters Perspectives and Tendency to Use a Proposed Public Transit Service ( ) Khaled Shaaban, Qatar University; Hany M. Hassan, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia Condition Assessment and Deterioration Prediction Model for Electrical and Mechanical Infrastructure of Subway Systems ( ) Iason Gkountis and Tarek Zayed, Concordia University, Canada :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 4 Rail Transit Updates Lawrence Lovejoy, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Rail Transit Infrastructure Committee Atlanta Streetcar: TIGER II Just Made It Happen Lawrence D. Prescott and Richard Boullain, Metropolitan Atlanta Transit Consultants Managing Risk on Green Line Extension Project: Use of Construction Manager General Contractor as Program Delivery Method Mary Ainsley, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority; Michael J. McBride, HDR Engineering, Inc. LRT Bridge over Union Pacific Railroad and White Rock Creek: Plinth Delamination on Direct Fixation Bridge Reza Shirmanesh, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Automatic Track Inspection Using Three-Dimensional Laser Profilers to Improve Rail Transit Asset Condition Assessment and State of Good Repair: Preliminary Study ( ) Samy Metari, Pavemetrics Systems Inc.; Yuanchang Xie, University of Massachusetts, Lowell; Mario Talbot, Pavemetrics Systems Inc.; Kaiguang Zhao, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; John Laurent, Pavemetrics Systems Inc. Range-Based Rail Gauge and Rail Fastener Detection Using High-Resolution 2D-3D Images ( ) Miguel Gavilan, Euroconsult Nuevas Tecnologías, Spain :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Jefferson West Resiliency in Public Transportation Peter M. Rogoff, Federal Transit Administration, presiding Sponsored by Public Transportation Group HOT TOPIC FTA defines resiliency as the capability to anticipate, prepare for, respond to and recover from significant multi-hazard threats with minimum damage to social well-being, the economy and the environment. FTA has funded projects in areas affected by Hurricane Sandy that reduce the risk of damage from future disasters. What does it mean to have a resilient transit system? What types of system improvements are most effective at improving resiliency? What lessons have been learned? Public Transportation Resiliency at the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) Jeffrey Knueppel, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Public Transportation Resiliency at the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Karl Peet, Chicago Transit Authority Public Transportation Resiliency at the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Fred Smith, New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority Public Transportation Resiliency at Metropolitan Atlanta Regional Transit Authority (MARTA) David M. Springstead, Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority TUE 173

176 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Georgetown East Road Infrastructure and Climate Change, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 507) Marianne Grauert, Danish Road Directorate, presiding Sponsored by Climate Change and Energy Task Force Following Part 1, this session includes research and implementation of results already obtained on climate change adaptation and mitigation, for example, risk assessment on flooding and life-cycle assessment including the carbon footprint. European and U.S. Cooperation in Reducing Road Infrastructure Energy Consumption and CO 2 Emissions: MIRIAM Project John Harvey, University of California, Davis Risk Assessment on Flooding of Road Infrastructure: Blue Spot Mapping Christian Axelsen, Danish Road Directorate Life-Cycle Assessment of Road Construction: Recent European Developments on Tools and Case Studies Henrik Fred Larsen, Danish Road Directorate 558 CM I :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Columbia Hall 5 Transportation Data: Our Legacy and Our Future, Part 1: The Legacy (Part 2, Session 611) Ed Christopher, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Data and Information Systems Section Transportation data has advanced substantially in recent decades in terms of collection methods, dissemination and access processes, analysis tools, and data uses. Recently, financial pressures on data programs have become intense and some data sources have been lost. Still, there is much to celebrate. A panel of data experts who have been at the forefront of this progress will discuss achievements, implications for decision making, and key gaps that remain. Panel Discussion: Transportation Data Our Legacy Rolf R. Schmitt, Bureau of Transportation Statistics; Alan E. Pisarski, Consultant; Marylynn Tischer, Federal Highway Administration; Neil J. Pedersen, Transportation Research Board; Ed Christopher, Federal Highway Administration 559 CM I :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, International East Using Social Media to Improve Urban Transportation Karina Ricks, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Issues in Major U.S. Cities Committee and Public Transportation Marketing and Fare Policy Committee What s the Worst That Can Happen? Developing Social Media Protocols and Policies ( ) Susan Bregman, Oak Square Resources, LLC; Sarah Kaufman, New York University Role of Social Media in Communicating Transit Disruptions ( ) Raymond Chan and Joseph L. Schofer, Northwestern University Social Media Use in Unplanned Passenger Rail Disruptions: International Study ( ) Brendan Pender, Institute of Transport Studies, Australia; Graham Currie, Alexa Delbosc, and Nirajan Shiwakoti, Monash University, Australia :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Lincoln West HOT TOPIC What CEOs Need to Know About Transportation Data for Better Decisions Jack R. Stickel, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, presiding Sponsored by Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee and Library and Information Science for Transportation Committee Transportation agencies have increased data needs for informed decisions involving resource allocation; project development, selection, and design; highway safety; risk assessment; and roadway network performance. In addition, there are new spatial delivery capabilities for data sharing, collaborating, planning, and communicating. Information about the data metadata is often not complete or is missing. This session focuses on best practices for delivering metadata to CEOs. Metadata Strategies: An Information Management Perspective Joseph Busch, Taxonomy Strategies Metadata: CEO Perspective John Halikowski, Arizona Department of Transportation Metadata Best Practices: AASHTO Perspective Gregory Ian Slater, Maryland State Highway Administration :15 a.m. noon, Hilton, Jefferson East What s It Worth? New Findings on How Transportation Investments Affect Property Values Samuel N. Seskin, CH2M Hill, presiding Sponsored by Transportation and Land Development Committee What do we know about how accessibility influences property values? This session provides a synthesis of knowledge about these impacts with an emphasis on transit and transit-oriented development. The presentation will be followed by three papers that together explore the value benefits of light rail, commuter rail, highway, and pedestrian mode accessibility. These findings may aid practitioners in evaluating project benefits and furnish data to support investigations into innovative finance. Synthesis of Knowledge on How Accessibility Influences Property Values Keith Bartholomew, University of Utah Combined Impacts of Highways and Light-Rail Transit on Residential Property Values: Hedonic Price Model for Phoenix, Arizona ( ) Kihwan Seo, Aaron Golub, and Michael Kuby, Arizona State University Residential Property Valuations near Transit Stations with Transit-Oriented Development ( ) Andrew I. Kay, Robert B. Noland, and Stephanie DiPetrillo, Rutgers University From Car-Dependent Neighborhoods to Walkers Paradise: Estimating Walkability Premiums in Condominium Housing Market ( ) Wei Li, Texas A&M University; Kenneth Joh, Chanam Lee, Jun-Hyun Kim, Han Park, and Ayoung Woo, Texas A&M University

177 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Alternative Safety Performance Indicators: Advancing the Frontier Andrew P. Tarko, Purdue University, presiding Sponsored by Safety Data, Analysis and Evaluation Committee Improving the Spatial and Temporal Transferability of Real- Time Crash Risk Prediction Models Using Bayesian Updating Approach ( ) - D13 Chengcheng Xu, Pan Liu, Wei Wang, and Zhibin Li, Southeast University, China; Rui Guo, University of South Florida, Tampa Modeling Crash Propensity of Carshare Users ( ) - D14 Vinayak V. Dixit and Taha Hossein Rashidi, University of New South Wales, Australia Real-Time Freeway Crash Risk Assessment Using Structural Equation Modeling and Segmentation Analysis Approach ( ) - D15 Chengcheng Xu, Wei Wang, and Pan Liu, Southeast University, China; Rui Guo, University of South Florida, Tampa Exploration of Naturalistic Driving Data for Identifying High Crash Risk Highway Locations ( ) - D16 Anurag Pande and James Loy, California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo; Vinayak V. Dixit, University of New South Wales, Australia; Katherine Spansel and Brian Wolshon, Louisiana State University; Joshua Kent, Louisiana Department of Transportation Potential GPS-Observed Driving Behavior Exposure Metrics for Crash Risk Analysis ( ) - D17 Jungwook Jun, Virginia Department of Transportation; Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology; Jennifer Harper Ogle, Clemson University Dealing with Large Data Sets in Naturalistic Driving Tests: Effective Approach for Detection of Critical Driving Situations Without Video Data ( ) - D18 Mohamed Benmimoun and Lutz Eckstein, RWTH Aachen University, Germany Joint Model of Crash Avoidance Maneuvers and Crash Severity ( ) - E01 Sigal Kaplan and Carlo Giacomo Prato, Technical University of Denmark Validation of Surrogate Safety Analysis Module Technique for Assessment of Intersection Safety ( ) - E02 Luís Vasconcelos, Polytechnic University of Viseu, Portugal; Luís Filipe Cavaco Andrade Jesus Neto, Álvaro Seco, and Ana Bastos Silva, University of Coimbra, Portugal Development and Validation of Vehicle Dynamics-Integrated Traffic Safety Simulation Environment for Enhanced Surrogate Safety Measures ( ) - E03 Jaehyun So and Byungkyu (Brian) Park, University of Virginia; Sage M. Wolfe, Ohio State University; George Dedes, DGNSS Solutions, LLC Traffic Operation Factors Related to Red-Light Running: Empirical Analysis ( ) - E04 Noor Elmitiny, University of Central Florida; Rami Charles Harb, Atkins North America; Essam Radwan, University of Central Florida; Mohamed M. Ahmed, University of Wyoming Automated Statewide Highway Intersection Safety Data Collection and Evaluation Strategy ( ) - E05 Fan Yang, Steven Parker, Bin Ran, and David A. Noyce, University of Wisconsin, Madison Using Support Vector Machine Models for Real-Time Crash Risk Prediction on Urban Expressways ( ) - E06 Jian Sun and Jie Sun, Tongji University, China; Peng Chen, Nagoya University, Japan Driver Behavior Analysis Under Simulated Animal Crossing Scene ( ) - E07 Anam Ardeshiri, Shawn Ellerbe, and Mansoureh Jeihani, Morgan State University Can Microsimulation Be Used to Estimate Intersection Safety? Case Studies Using VISSIM and Paramics ( ) - E08 Taha Saleem, Ryerson University, Canada; Alexander Ariza, University of Toronto, Canada; Bhagwant Persaud, Ryerson University, Canada; Amer Shalaby, University of Toronto, Canada Clustering Surrogate Safety Indicators to Understand Collision Processes ( ) - E09 Nicolas Saunier and Mohamed Gomaa Mohamed, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada Evaluation of Aggregate Conflict Propensity Metric Through Traffic Simulations ( ) - E10 Chen Wang, Jiaotong University, China; Nikiforos Stamatiadis, University of Kentucky Road User Collision Prediction Using Motion Patterns Applied to Surrogate Safety Analysis ( ) - E11 Paul St-Aubin, McGill University, Canada; Nicolas Saunier, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada; Luis Fernando Miranda- Moreno, McGill University, Canada Derivation of New Surrogate Measure of Crash Severity ( ) - E12 Chen Wang, Jiaotong University, China; Nikiforos Stamatiadis, University of Kentucky Development of Variable Speed Limit Strategy Based on Car- Following Behaviors for Improving Freeway Safety Under Severe Weather ( ) - E13 Ye Li, Zhibin Li, Wei Wang, and Zhao Yang, Southeast University, China; Yuanyuan Zhang, University of California, Berkeley Correlated Random Parameter Approach to Investigate Effects of Weather Conditions on Crash Risk for a Mountainous Freeway ( ) - E14 Rongjie Yu, University of Central Florida; Yingge Xiong, Purdue University; Mohamed A. Abdel-Aty, University of Central Florida All-Wheel Drive and Winter Weather Safety ( ) - E15 Per Erik Gårder, University of Maine Risk Assessment and Early Warning of Driving on Freeways Under Rainy Weather Conditions ( ) - E16 Xiaonan Cai, Jiaotong University, China; Jian John Lu, University of South Florida Analysis of Yellow-Light Running at Signalized Intersections Using High-Resolution Traffic Data ( ) - E17 Guangquan Lu and Yunpeng Wang, Beihang University, China; Xinkai Wu, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Henry X. Liu, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Download the 94th Annual Meeting Mobile App on your mobile device. (Internet to download is available in the hotel lobby.) Search the App Store for TRB 2014 or visit TUE 175

178 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Current Topics in Research to Improve Safe Mobility for Older Persons Loren Staplin, TransAnalytics LLC, presiding Sponsored by Safe Mobility of Older Persons Committee Characteristics of Crashes involving Older Drivers in New Jersey ( ) - D01 Vanvi Trieu and Seri Park, Villanova University; John McFadden, Federal Highway Administration; Christopher Savo, Villanova University Using a Fixed Base Simulator to Assess Medically At-Risk Older Drivers: Pilot Study ( ) - D03 Sophia Vardaki, George Yannis, and Dimosthenis Pavlou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Transportation Deficiency of Older Adults in Seoul, South Korea ( ) - D05 Joon-Ki Kim, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements; Keemin Sohn, Chung-Ang University, South Korea; Gudmundur Freyr Ulfarsson, University of Iceland Older Driver Crash Risk Modeling by AdaBoost ( ) - D07 Yaoqiong Du and Ching-Yao Chan, University of California, Berkeley Reassuring Effects of Information and Communications Technology in Public Transportation: Perspectives of Older Adults ( ) - D09 Jana Sochor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Logit and Case-Based Analysis of Drivers Age as Contributing Factor for Fatal Traffic Crashes on Highways and State Roads in Florida ( ) - D11 Bhuiyan M. Alam, University of Toledo :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Innovative Pedestrian Analysis Methods Shawn M. Turner, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, presiding Sponsored by Pedestrians Committee Safety Performance Study of Shared Pedestrian and Vehicle Space in New Zealand ( ) - C01 Auttapone Karndacharuk, Auckland Transport, New Zealand; Douglas James Wilson and Roger Dunn, University of Auckland, New Zealand Using Smartphone App to Help the Visually Impaired Navigate Work Zones Safely ( ) - C02 Chen-Fu Liao, University of Minnesota Fuzzy Modeling of Pedestrian-Related Conflict Events at Intersections ( ) - C03 Fengxiang Qiao, Po-Hsien Kuo, and Lei Yu, Texas Southern University Development of Low-Cost Methodology for Evaluating Pedestrian Safety in Support of Complete Streets Policy Implementation ( ) - C04 Tara Tolford and John L. Renne, University of New Orleans; Willard Fields, Texas State University Analysis of Walking Speeds Involving Individuals with Disabilities in Different Walking Environments ( ) - C05 Mohammad Sadra Sharifi, Daniel Stuart, Keith Christensen, Anthony Chen, and Yong Seog Kim, Utah State University; YangQuan Chen, University of California, Merced Novel Model for Pedestrian Group Behavior as Discrete Choices ( ) - C06 Zohreh Rashedi-Ashrafi and Karim Ismail, Carleton University, Canada Severity of Pedestrian Crashes: Analysis Using Google Street View Imagery ( ) - C07 Christopher S. Hanson, Robert B. Noland, and Charles Brown, Rutgers University Walking Distance Decay Law of Amenity Selection Based on Binary Logistic Model ( ) - C08 Shinan Shu, Yang Bian, and Jian Rong, Beijing University of Technology, China Characterization of Motor Vehicle Pedestrian Fatalities in Urban Arterial Corridor ( ) - C09 Benjamín Colucci and Dafne Valle, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Analysis of Dilemma Zone for Crossing Pedestrians at Uncontrolled Midblock Sections ( ) - C10 Digvijay Sampatrao Pawar, Vinit Kumar, Navdeep Singh, and Gopal R. Patil, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay Use of Sidewalk Quality Assessment Survey in Developing Sidewalk Ratings ( ) - C11 Alice Grossman, Vetri Venthan Elango, Alexandra Frackelton, and Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology Multivariate Analysis of Factors Influencing Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety ( ) - C12 Makarand Jagdish Gawade, Achilleas Kourtellis, and Pei-Sung Lin, University of South Florida Planning-Level Model for Assessing Pedestrian Safety ( ) - C13 Khajonsak Jermprapai and Sivaramakrishnan Srinivasan, University of Florida Pedestrian Level of Service at Signalized Intersections in China Using Contingent Field Survey and Pedestrian Crossing Video Simulation ( ) - C14 Ziwen Ling, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Ying Ni, Tongji University, China; Christopher R. Cherry, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Keping Li, Tongji University, China Modeling GPS-Based Walking Activity and Its Association with Objectively Measured Built Environment ( ) - C15 Eric John Howard, Bumjoon Kang, Philip Hurvitz, Anne Vernez Moudon, and Brian E. Saelens, University of Washington Modeling Pedestrian Crosswalk Level of Service Under Mixed Traffic Condition at Midblock Locations ( ) - C16 Bhadradri Raghuram Kadali and Perumal Vedagiri, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay Modeling Pedestrian Delay at Signalized Intersections Under Mixed Traffic Conditions ( ) - C18 S. Marisamynathan and Perumal Vedagiri, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay Discounted Publications! Get 2009 volumes of Transportation Research Record and other books on sale for as little as $5 at the TRB Exhibit. Employment Opportunities Visit the Marriott, Madison B to match job seekers with opportunities

179 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Innovative Traffic Signal Control Algorithms and Signal Designs Peter J. V. Koonce, City of Portland, Oregon, presiding Sponsored by Traffic Signal Systems Committee Design Guidelines and Conditions That Warrant Deploying Fully Actuated Coordination ( ) - A01 Christopher M. Day and Darcy M. Bullock, Purdue University Advanced Signal Control Method for Diverging Diamond Interchanges ( ) - A02 Peifeng Hu, University of Nevada, Reno; Hao Xu, Texas Tech University; Zong Z. Tian and Rasool Andalibian, University of Nevada, Reno High-Resolution Event-Based Data at Diamond Interchanges: Performance Measures and Optimizing Ring Displacement ( ) - A03 Alexander Michael Hainen, Purdue University; Amanda Stevens, Indiana Department of Transportation; Christopher M. Day, Purdue University; James R. Sturdevant, Indiana Department of Transportation; Darcy M. Bullock, Purdue University Effect of Cycle Length of Fixed Traffic Signal Timing on Diverging Diamond Interchange ( ) - A04 Peifeng Hu, University of Nevada, Reno; Xianyu Wu, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Hao Xu, Texas Tech University; Zong Z. Tian, University of Nevada, Reno Graphical Performance Measures for Practitioners to Triage Split Failure Trouble Calls ( ) - A05 Richard Freije and Alexander Michael Hainen, Purdue University; Amanda Stevens, Indiana Department of Transportation; Howell Li, W. Benjamin Smith, Hayley Summers, and Christopher M. Day, Purdue University; James R. Sturdevant, Indiana Department of Transportation; Darcy M. Bullock, Purdue University Modeling Time to Clear Right-Turn-on-Red Traffic on Minor Street ( ) - A06 Yanfen Zhou, Xiaosi Zeng, and Yunlong Zhang, Texas A&M University Improving Intersection Behavior Through Delay-Based Left- Turn Phase Initiation ( ) - A07 Steven Lavrenz and Alexander Michael Hainen, Purdue University; Amanda Stevens, Indiana Department of Transportation; Christopher M. Day, Howell Li, Richard Freije, W. Benjamin Smith, and Hayley Summers, Purdue University; James R. Sturdevant, Indiana Department of Transportation; Darcy M. Bullock, Purdue University System Partition Method to Improve Arterial Signal Coordination ( ) - A08 Tao Zhang and Yunlong Zhang, Texas A&M University Estimating Vehicles in Dilemma Zone and Application to Fixed- Time Coordinated Signal Optimization ( ) - A09 Yiheng Feng and Larry Head, University of Arizona; Wanjing Ma, Tongji University, China Sorting Model of Optimization Order in Traffic Signal Planning ( ) - A10 Ting Lu and Peter Wagner, German Aerospace Center Probabilistic Evaluation of Traffic Randomness Effects on Intergreen Time Design Based on Safety Reliability Model ( ) - A11 Fen Wang, Keshuang Tang, and Keping Li, Tongji University, China Coupled Linear Programming Approach for Decentralized Control of Urban Traffic ( ) - A12 Jia Li and H. Michael Zhang, University of California, Davis Optimal Intersection Operation with Median U-turn: Lane- Based Approach ( ) - A13 Jing Zhao and Wanjing Ma, Tongji University, China; Larry Head, University of Arizona; Xiaoguang Yang, Tongji University, China Dynamic Bandwidth Analysis and Optimization for Coordinated Arterial Streets ( ) - A14 SangKey Kim, Ali Hajbabaie, Billy M. Williams, and Nagui M. Rouphail, North Carolina State University, Raleigh AM-Band: Asymmetrical Multiband Model for Arterial Traffic Signal Coordination ( ) - A15 Chao Zhang, Yuanchang Xie, Nathan H. Gartner, Chronis Stamatiadis, and Tugba Arsava, University of Massachusetts, Lowell Comparative Evaluation of Benefits from Traffic Signal Retiming and Green Light Optimized Speed Advisory Systems ( ) - A16 Aleksandar Stevanovic, Florida Atlantic University; Jelka Stevanovic, Consultant; Cameron Kergaye, Utah Department of Transportation Relationship Between Mobility and Environmental Externalities at Signalized Intersections ( ) - A17 Rui Guo and Yu Zhang, University of South Florida, Tampa Phase-Based Automatic Estimation of Turning Movement Counts at Signalized Intersections ( ) - A18 Amir H. Ghods and Liping Fu, University of Waterloo, Canada Corridor-Based Coordination of Learning Agents for Traffic Signal Control by Enhancing Max-Plus Algorithm ( ) - B01 Juan C. Medina and Rahim F. Benekohal, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Safety Performance of Split Versus Lead-Lag Traffic Signals in Abu Dhabi ( ) - B03 Mohamed Eisa Sarhan, Ain Shams University, Egypt; Atef M. Garib, Abdulla Al Ghafli, and Hussain Al-Harthei, Abu Dhabi Traffic Police, United Arab Emirates Optimal Deployment of Hybrid Alternative Power System at Signalized Intersections ( ) - B05 Mo Zhao and Anuj Sharma, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Generating Time Space Diagram Using Event-Based Traffic Data ( ) - B07 Jianfeng Zheng and Henry X. Liu, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Steve Misgen and Kevin Schwartz, Minnesota Department of Transportation Applicability of Conditional Left-Turn Phase Reservice Strategies ( ) - B09 Jonathan Corey, Yunteng Lao, and Yinhai Wang, University of Washington Visit the Exhibits to see a variety of transportation-related products and services showcased by commercial organizations and TRB Sponsors; for Exhibitor Listings and Floor Plans, see pages TUE 177

180 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations Louis G. Neudorff, CH2M Hill, presiding Sponsored by Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations Committee Development of Areawide Traffic Management Scenarios ( ) - B02 Henk J. van Zuylen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Shoufeng Lu, Changsha University of Science and Technology, China; Jie Li, Hunan University, China; Yusen Chen, TNO, Netherlands Integrated Network Management Amsterdam: Toward a Field Operational Test ( ) - B04 Serge Hoogendoorn and Ramon Leonardus Landman, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Jaap Van Kooten, Arane, Netherlands; Henk Taale, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; M.A. Schreuder, Rijkswaterstaat, Netherlands Identification of Congestion Factors for Active Transportation and Demand Management: Case Study of Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Regional Operations Data ( ) - B08 Jonathan Mize and Seri Park, Villanova University; Laurie Matkowski, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Evaluation of Road Transportation Improvement Plan for Makkah, Saudi Arabia ( ) - B10 Hasan Tayyeb, Omar Abdelalim, Halim Omar Abd El Halim, and Ali Kassim, Carleton University, Canada Integrated Corridor Management Evaluation Framework: Rigorous Exploration of Potential Integrated Corridor Management Benefits ( ) - B12 Sampson Kwasi Asare and Brian Lee Smith, University of Virginia Review of Traffic Management Center Practices for Contemporary Technological and Service Improvements ( ) - B14 Cameron Kergaye, Utah Department of Transportation; Aleksandar Stevanovic, Florida Atlantic University; Dusan Jolovic, New Mexico State University Integrated Corridor System Management: Case Study of State Route 4 in California ( ) - B16 Jin Wang, Guillaume Shearin, and Thomas R. Biggs, Atkins North America :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 School Transportation Research Ann M. Dellinger, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Safety Management Committee and School Transportation Subcommittee Spatial Analysis of Child Pedestrian and Bicycle Crashes: Development of a Safety Performance Function for Areas Adjacent to K-8 Schools ( ) - D02 Adam McArthur, Peter Tarmo Savolainen, and Timothy Jordan Gates, Wayne State University Motor Vehicle Pedestrian Collisions and Walking to School in the City of Toronto: Exploration of Role of the Built Environment ( ) - D04 Linda Rothman, Colin Macarthur, and Teresa To, Hospital for Sick Children, Canada; Ron Buliung, University of Toronto, Canada; Andrew Howard, Hospital for Sick Children, Canada Physical Activity and School Travel: Assessing How Traffic Safety and the Built Environment Relate to Physical Activity Levels Before and After School ( ) - D06 Kristian Larsen, Ron Buliung, and Guy Faulkner, University of Toronto, Canada Evaluation of Fatal School Bus Related Crashes and Associated Crash Characteristics ( ) - D08 Kelly Donoughe and Bryan Katz, Science Applications International Corporation Effects of Drivers Action on Severity of School Bus Collisions ( ) - D10 Shamsunnahar Yasmin and Sabreena Anowar, McGill University, Canada; Richard Tay, La Trobe University, Australia Joint Model for Mode Choice and Escort Decisions in School Trips ( ) - D12 Alireza Ermagun, Sharif University of Technology, Iran; Taha Hossein Rashidi, University of New South Wales, Australia; Ali Arian and Amir Samimi, Sharif University of Technology, Iran :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Current Research in Freight Transportation and Logistics Planning and Operations, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 520) Wen Wang, Texas A&M University, presiding Sponsored by Freight Transportation Planning and Logistics Committee Scenario Analysis of Containerized Freight Distribution into the Midwest Region in Response to Capacity Expansions ( ) - 05 Sanghyeon Ko, Behzad Karimi, and Abolfazl Mohammadian, University of Illinois, Chicago GPS and Driver Log-Based Survey of Grocery Trucks in Chicago ( ) - 06 Karl Sturm, Zahra Pourabdollahi, Abolfazl Mohammadian, and Kazuya Kawamura, University of Illinois, Chicago Inventory Control with Freight Trucks Under Carbon Emission Restriction ( ) - 10 Dincer Konur, Missouri University of Science and Technology Developing Freight Performance Measures Using GPS Truck Data ( ) - 11 Zach Johnson, Ioannis Psarros, Mihalis M. Golias, and Sabyasachee Mishra, University of Memphis Using Sparse GPS Data to Estimate Link Travel Time for Truck Transport ( ) - 12 Wen Wang, Texas A&M University; Chun-Wei Lin, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Kai Yin, Texas A&M University; Qi Gong and Teresa M. Adams, University of Wisconsin, Madison Empirical Study of Urban Commercial Vehicle Tour Patterns in Texas ( ) - 16 Wei Zhou, Qin Chen, and Jie (Jane) Lin, University of Illinois, Chicago Study on Cargo Product Layout Optimization of Busy Main Railway Line ( ) - 17 Jie Liu, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Effect of Travel Demand Management on Local Commercial Vehicle Travel ( ) - 19 Caroline Jane Rodier, Brandon Haydu, and Nicholas J. Linesch, University of California, Davis; Kevin Stefan and Alan Thomas Brownlee, HBA Specto, Inc., Canada Alternative to Truck Trip Generation Approach for Regions with Unconventional Land Use and Population Patterns ( ) - 20 Dan Andersen, CH2M Hill; Beth Xie, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada; Sirous Thampi, CH2M Hill

181 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Two-Stage Framework for Facility Layout Problem in Irregular Logistics Park with Obstacles ( ) - 21 Yanru Chen, Yangsheng Jiang, and Lu Hu, Southwest Jiaotong University, China Alternative Approach for Estimating Statewide Truck Origin Destination Trip Table: Case Study in Utah ( ) - 22 Sarawut Jansuwan, Anthony Chen, and Seungkyu Ryu, Utah State University Truck Parking In Urban Areas: Application of Choice Modeling Within Traffic Microsimulation ( ) - 23 Mehdi Nourinejad, Adam Wenneman, Khandker M. Nurul Habib, and Matthew J. Roorda, University of Toronto, Canada Evaluating Industry-Specific Freight Patterns: Case Study of Portland High-Tech Industries ( ) - 25 Lisa K. Park and David Pierce, American Transportation Research Institute; Scott Drumm, Port of Portland, Oregon; Nicole Katsikides, Federal Highway Administration Final Delivery for Online Shopping: Deployment of Pickup Point in Urban and Suburban Areas ( ) - 26 Eleonora Morganti, Laetitia Dablanc, François Fortin, and Elisabeth Gouvernal, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks Freight Trip Attraction, Freight Trip Production, and Role of Freight Intermediaries ( ) - 27 Miguel Jaller, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, and Jose Holguín-Veras, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Conceptual Framework to Understand Retailers Logistics and Transport Organization: Goods Movements of Groceries in France and Germany ( ) - 28 Corinne Blanquart, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks; Saskia Seidel and Barbara Lenz, German Aerospace Center Quality of Semantic Data for City Logistics Domain: Comparison with Stakeholders Perspectives ( ) - 29 Nilesh R. Anand and J. H. R. vanduin, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Lóránt A. Antal Tavasszy, TNO, Netherlands; Marcus R. Wigan, Napier University, United Kingdom :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer What s New in Context-Sensitive Solutions: Case Studies Nikiforos Stamatiadis, University of Kentucky, and Faisal Hameed, District of Columbia Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Context Sensitive Design/Solutions (CSD/CSS) Task Force :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center HOT TOPIC Creative Use of Data in Transportation and Public Health Planning Carolyn McAndrews, University of Colorado, Denver, presiding Sponsored by Environmental Justice in Transportation Committee; Health and Transportation Joint Subcommittee; Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee; Traveler Behavior and Values Committee; and Transportation and Sustainability Committee Make Way for Play: Creative Use of the Public Way to Increase Healthy Activity - F01 Drusilla van Hengel, Alta Planning + Design TransBase: Innovative Data Initiative Linking Health and Transportation Data in San Francisco, California - F03 Megan L. Wier, San Francisco Department of Public Health Importance of Co-location and Culture in Determining Destinations for Transport Planning: Case Study of Access to Suburban Healthy Food Basket - F05 Ashley Dhanani, Laura Vaughan, Jennifer Mindell, and Shaun Scholes, University College London, United Kingdom Linking Transport and Health: Better Data Sets for Better Policy Making - F07 Clemence Cavoli, Jennifer Mindell, Helena Titheridge, and Nicola Christie, University College London, United Kingdom Techniques for Using Hospital, Police, and Travel Survey Data to Analyze Transportation Injury Risk - F09 Carolyn McAndrews, University of Colorado, Denver; Kirsten Beyer, Clare Guse, and Peter Layde, Medical College of Wisconsin Incorporating Health Considerations into Collaborative Transportation Decision Making - G02 Amy Ingles and Jamie Montague Fischer, Georgia Institute of Technology; Elise Barrella, James Madison University; Adjo A. Amekudzi, Georgia Institute of Technology Integrating Health and Transportation Data in Health Impact Assessments for Active Transportation: Applications, Challenges, and Opportunities - G04 Donald Kostelec, Kostelec Planning Prototype Regional Nonmotorized Travel Sketch Planning Tool: Promoting Walk Activities in Communities - G08 Ho-Ling Hwang and Shih-Miao Chin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Timothy Reuscher, MacroSys Research and Technology; Daniel W. Wilson and Robert Taylor, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jiaoli Chen, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Elaine Murakami, Federal Highway Administration TUE Houghton Streetscape Plan - 01 Randel Van Portfliet, Michigan Department of Transportation Sustainable Redevelopment in a Floodplain - 02 John Deatrick, City of Cincinnati I-695 at Charles Street Interchange Reconstruction - 03 Richard Wilke, Maryland State Highway Administration MD-32, East Main Street - 04 Dan Uebersax, Maryland State Highway Administration Long Bridge - 13 Lezlie Rupert, District of Columbia Department of Transportation South Capitol Street - 14 Sanjay Kumar, District of Columbia Department of Transportation Applications of Context-Sensitive Solutions in Colorado - 15 Jessica Juriga, Toole Design Mobile Devices As a courtesy to other attendees, please observe good mobile manners. Turn off the sound on your mobile devices. 179

182 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Ecology and Transportation Alexander Fredric Levy, ARCADIS, presiding Sponsored by Ecology and Transportation Committee Ecology and Transportation Committee - A01 Alexander Fredric Levy, ARCADIS Using Volunteer Wildlife Observations to Plan Mitigation on Highways ( ) - A03 Fraser Mark Shilling and David Waetjen, University of California, Davis; Barbara Charry, Maine Audubon Evaluation of Reliability and Effectiveness of Animal Detection System Along State Highway 3 near Ft. Jones, California ( ) - A05 Marcel P. Huijser, Western Transportation Institute; Mohammad Sharafsaleh and Christopher Nowakowski, University of California, Berkeley 572 CM I :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Emerging Research in Health and Transportation Eloisa Tigre Raynault, American Public Health Association, presiding Sponsored by Environmental Justice in Transportation Committee and Health and Transportation Joint Subcommittee Integrating Health into Transportation Planning: Tiered Framework for Local Governments ( ) - G01 Erna van Balen and Meghan Winters, Simon Fraser University, Canada Health Impact Assessments of Transportation Projects in an Urban Indian Context ( ) - G03 Veronica Conti and Anjali Mahendra, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute, India Transportation Demand Management in Arlington County: Calculating the Return on Investment for Public Health ( ) - G05 Stephen Crim, Mobility Lab; Aida Olkkonen, Simple Solutions Planning & Design LLC; Melissa McMahon, Arlington County Commuter Services; Lindsay Elliott, Simple Solutions Planning & Design LLC Benefit Cost Analysis of Public Health Outcomes in Long-Range Transportation Planning in the San Francisco Bay Area ( ) - G06 Sean Co and David Vautin, Metropolitan Transportation Commission Dispersion Modeling of Traffic-Related Air Pollutant Exposure and Health Effects Among Children with Asthma in Detroit, Michigan ( ) - G07 Stuart Batterman and Rajiv Ganguly, University of Michigan; Vlad Isakov and Janet Burke, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Saravanan Arunachalam, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Michelle Snyder, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Thomas Robins and Toby Lewis, University of Michigan Spatiotemporal Accessibility to Supermarkets Using Public Transit: Interaction Potential Approach in Cincinnati, Ohio ( ) - G09 Michael John Widener, University of Cincinnati; Steven Farber, University of Utah; Tijs Neutens, Ghent University, Belgium; Mark W. Horner, Florida State University Assessing Mediators in the Relationship Between Commute Time and Subjective Well-being: Structural Equation Analysis ( ) - G10 Maarten Kroesen, TU Delft, Netherlands Potential Contributions of Walking Toward Physical Activity Guidelines of Seniors ( ) - H12 Md Moniruzzaman and Antonio Paez, McMaster University, Canada The Built Environment and Walking Activity of the Elderly: Empirical Analysis in Zhongshan Metropolitan Area, China ( ) - H16 Yi Zhang, Jiaotong University, China; Yuan Li, Xiamen University, China; Xiaoguang Yang, Tongji University, China; Qixing Liu, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands; Chaoyang Li, Jiaotong University, China Measuring Urban Bicyclists Uptake of Traffic-Related Volatile Organic Compounds Using Ambient and Breath Concentrations ( ) - H18 Alexander York Bigazzi, Wentai Luo, Miguel Figliozzi, James F. Pankow, and Lorne M. Isabelle, Portland State University :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Environmental Analysis in Transportation Kenneth J. Hess, Parsons Transportation Group Inc., presiding Sponsored by Environmental Analysis in Transportation Committee Change in Use of Regulatory Criteria for Assessing Potential Impacts of Sound on Fish - B01 Fred Jacobs and Justin Krebs, AKRF Inc.; Arthur Popper, University of Maryland Clean Water Act Sections 404 and 401 Compliance from Permitting to Implementation: Arizona Department of Transportation Guidance Manual - B02 Julia Manfredi and Wendy Terlizzi, Arizona Department of Transportation Cleveland Opportunity Corridor Project Reader-Friendly Environmental Impact Statement - B03 Adin McCann, HNTB Corporation; Timothy M. Hill, Ohio Department of Transportation Illiana Corridor: Every Day Counts - B04 Steven A. Ott and Ronald A. Shimizu, Parsons Brinckerhoff I-15 Bridge No. 6 Environmental Assessment - B05 Betsi Phoebus, Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.; Rebecca Yedlin, Federal Highway Administration enepa: Project Collaboration Tool for State Transportation Agencies - B06 Laura L. Sliker, Louis Berger Group, Inc.; Mary Frye, Federal Highway Administration; Sangeeta Reddy, Data Transfer Solutions Assessing Indirect Land Use Effects of Transportation Projects in Montana - B07 Leo Tidd and Albert Racciatti, Louis Berger Group, Inc. Smart Growth Policy and Practice: Retrospective Evaluation of Residential Development in the Sacramento Region - B08 Dana Rowan, University of California, Davis California High-Speed Rail: Revised Methodology for Preparing Project-Level EIR and EIS Documents - B09 Dave Shpak and Lynne Marie Whately, California High-Speed Rail Program Management Team Life-Course Perspective of Chronic Disease and Impact of Surface Transportation - B10 Karyn Marie Warsow, Transportation-Public Health Link Environmental Analysis in Transportation Committee - C01 Charles Stoll, San Diego Association of Governments; Christopher Gesing, Michael Baker Jr., Inc. Environmental Suitability Analysis for Communities in Motion C02 Liisa Itkonen and Carl Miller, Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho

183 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing Project: Successes, Challenges, and Opportunities of NEPA Streamlining - C03 Steven T. Gates and Christopher M. Calvert, AKRF Inc. Airport-Rail Connections: Who Takes the Lead? - C04 Ivan Gonzalez, Parsons Brinckerhoff Georgia Multimodal Passenger Terminal: Integrated NEPA and Master Developer Planning - C05 Timothy P. Hatton, HNTB Corporation State Route 11 and Otay Mesa East Port-of-Entry Project - C06 Stacy Hall de Gomez, HELIX Environmental Planning; Mario Orso and Sandra Lavender, California Deprtment of Transportation Meaningfully Assessing Environmental Justice Issues in Majority Minority Cities: Case Study of Three Recent Los Angeles Transit Projects - C07 Rebecca Kalauskas, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Roger Martin, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority Minimizing Risk: Development of Feasible Mitigation Measures for Highway Improvement Environmental Documents and Design Build Procurements - C08 Stephanie Blanco, Parsons Transportation Group Inc. Streamlining NEPA CEQA Transit Corridor Development Approval Process Beyond the Record of Decision - C09 Rebecca Kalauskas, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Roger Martin, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority Capturing Compliance: The EMMA System - C10 Jessica J. Auck and Karl A. Fielding, Parsons Brinckerhoff Methodology for Incorporating Noise in Life-Cycle Assessment of Road Traffic ( ) - C11 Aybike Ongel and Esad Ergin, Bahcesehir University, Turkey Life-Cycle Assessment for Transportation Decision Making ( ) - C12 Juan Matute, University of California, Los Angeles; Mikhail Chester, Arizona State University; William Eisenstein, University of California, Berkeley; Stephanie Pincetl, University of California, Los Angeles Zero Effluent Constructed Wetland for Slag Leachate Remediation ( ) - D02 James Hunter, Morgan State University; M. Katherine Banks, Texas A&M University; Dong Hee Kang, Morgan State University; Jason Hickey, Roux Associates, Inc. Assessing Air Quality, Transport, and Land Use Impacts of Highway 25 Extension in the Greater Montreal Region, Canada - H07 Marianne Hatzopoulou, McGill University, Canada :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Historic and Archeological Preservation in Transportation Mary Alfson Tinsman, Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Historic and Archeological Preservation in Transportation Committee Confining Archeological Mitigation to the APE: Addressing Research Questions Now and Looking to the Future - E01 Kenneth J. Basalik, CHRS, Inc. US-50 Crossing Study, Ocean City, Maryland - E02 Mary Alfson Tinsman, Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. This Map Tells the Story: Navigating the Dixie Highway Through Georgia - E03 Patrick Sullivan and Matt Tankersley, New South Associates Archaeological Surveys Using Multiple Array Ground- Penetrating Radar - E04 Beverly A. Chiarulli, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Real Talk for Real Folk: Explaining the Section 106 Review Process to Everyday People - E05 Robert Stephen Newbery, CORRE, Inc. Jake s Rocks Epic Mountain Bike Trail - E06 Matt Howryla and Kirk Smith, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Building the Infrastructure: Benefits of Section 106 in Georgia - E07 Matthew Kear and Sandy Lawrence, Georgia Department of Transportation Pennsylvania Highway Archaeological Survey Team: Partnership Between Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Indiana University of Pennsylvania - E08 Amanda Rasmussen, Katie Turner, and Michelle Cole, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Stone by Stone: Inventory and Assessment of Vermont s Historic Stone Culverts - E09 Jeannine Russell and Brennan Gauthier, Vermont Agency of Transportation Highway Engineering, History, and Archaeology: Intersecting the Present with the Past - E10 Pamela Baughman, Georgia Department of Transportation Historic and Archeological Preservation in Transportation Committee - F02 Emily Pettis, Mead & Hunt Considering the Possibilities: Cultural Resource Management s Conversations with the Public - F04 Hope E. Luhman, Louis Berger Group, Inc. Are You Scared of Postwar Houses? - F06 Amy Squitieri, Mead & Hunt :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center International Transportation Air Quality Research Song Bai, Sonoma Technology, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Transportation and Air Quality Committee and International Activities Committee Gases and Particulate Matter Vehicle Emission Factors Measured in Two Road Tunnels in São Paulo, Brazil ( ) - J10 Pedro José Pérez-Martínez, Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain Evaluating Emission Mitigation Potential of Shanghai Transportation Policies Using Long-Range Energy Alternatives Planning System Model ( ) - J12 Li Ye and Lei Bao, Tongji University, China; Jin Bao, Shanghai Municipal Engineering Design Institute Company, Ltd., China Investigating Effect of Odd-Even Day Traffic Restriction Policy on Tehran Air Quality ( ) - J14 Hossein Shahbazi and Vahid Hosseini, Sharif University of Technology, Iran; Masoud Hamedi, University of Maryland, College Park Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Highway Construction: Case Study in Southwest China ( ) - J16 Xianwei Wang, Lingsheng Wu, and Dongyuan Yang, Tongji University, China Emission Characteristics of Heavy-Duty Diesel Transit Buses at Intersections of Urban Area: Case Study in Beijing ( ) - J17 Jinxuan Lai, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Lei Yu, Texas Southern University; Guohua Song and Xumei Chen, Beijing Jiaotong University, China TUE 181

184 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Transportation and Air Quality Song Bai, Sonoma Technology, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Transportation and Air Quality Committee Field Test of Dynamic Green Driving Strategy Based on Intervehicle Communications ( ) - H01 Hao Yang, Lawrence Andres, Zhe Sun, Qijian Gan, and Wen- Long Jin, University of California, Irvine Developing Microscopic Transportation Emissions Model to Estimate Carbon Dioxide Emissions on Limited-Access Highways ( ) - H03 Hatem Abou-Senna and Essam Radwan, University of Central Florida Microscopic Assessment of Vehicular Emissions for General Use Lanes and Managed Lanes: Case Study in Orlando, Florida ( ) - H05 Hatem Abou-Senna and Essam Radwan, University of Central Florida Simulating Air Quality Impacts of Traffic Calming Schemes in a Dense Urban Neighborhood ( ) - H09 Golnaz Ghafghazi and Marianne Hatzopoulou, McGill University, Canada Simulating Transit Emissions Under Various Scenarios Affecting Operations: Corridor-Level Analysis ( ) - H11 Ahsan Mohammad Raihan Alam, Ehab Ismail Diab, Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, and Marianne Hatzopoulou, McGill University, Canada Characterization of On-Road Emissions and Operational Efficiencies of Front-Loader Diesel Refuse Trucks ( ) - H13 Mohammad Haft-Javaherian, Elizabeth G. Jones, and Shannon L. Bartelt-Hunt, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Gurdas Singh Sandhu and H. Christopher Frey, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Effects of Intersection Lane Configuration on Traffic Emissions ( ) - H14 Xue Bing, Chi Zhang, and Wendan Zhang, Jiaotong University, China; Jian John Lu, University of South Florida; Yi Zhang, Jiaotong University, China In-Use Measurement of Activity, Fuel Use, and Emissions of Front-Loader Refuse Trucks ( ) - H15 Gurdas Singh Sandhu and H. Christopher Frey, North Carolina State University, Raleigh; Shannon L. Bartelt-Hunt and Elizabeth G. Jones, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Comparison of Real-World Light-Duty Gasoline Vehicle Emissions for High-Altitude Mountainous Versus Low-Altitude Piedmont Study Areas ( ) - H17 Jiangchuan Hu and H. Christopher Frey, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Influence of Highway Traffic Flow Condition on Pollutant Emissions of Diesel Passenger Cars Using Driving Simulator ( ) - H19 Maria Rosaria De Blasiis, Roma Tre University, Italy; Mauro Di Prete, Institute of Research for Eco-Sustainable Engineering, Italy; Claudia Guattari, Valerio Veraldi, Giancarlo Chiatti, and Fulvio Palmieri, Roma Tre University, Italy Identification and Characterization of PM2.5 and VOC Hot Spots on Arterial Corridor by Integrating Probe Vehicle, Traffic, and Land Use Data ( ) - H20 Katherine E. Bell, Miguel Figliozzi, Alexander York Bigazzi, and Adam Moore, Portland State University Trilevel Model with Environmental Considerations in Highway Alignment Optimization ( ) - J01 Sabyasachee Mishra, University of Memphis; Min-Wook Kang, University of South Alabama; Manoj K. Jha, Morgan State University Improvements to CAL3QHCR Model ( ) - J02 Michael Claggett, Federal Highway Administration Estimating Fuel Consumption and Carbon Footprint at Signalized Intersections Using Probe Vehicle Trajectories ( ) - J03 Mecit Cetin, Old Dominion University, Norfolk; Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Comparing Predictions from CAL3QHCR and AERMOD Models for Highway Applications ( ) - J04 Michael Claggett, Federal Highway Administration Eco-Lane Applications: Preliminary Testing and Evaluation ( ) - J05 Kyoungho Ahn and Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Agent-Based Simulation of Eco-Speed-Controlled Vehicles at Signalized Intersections ( ) - J06 Raj Kishore Kamalanathsharma, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Virginia Tech Comprehensive Power-Based Fuel Consumption Model: Modeling Diesel and Hybrid Buses ( ) - J07 William Edwardes and Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Fuel-Optimal Vehicle Throttle Control: Model Logic and Preliminary Testing ( ) - J08 Raj Kishore Kamalanathsharma, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Effect of Driving Behaviors on Emissions in Eco-driving at Intersections ( ) - J09 Peijia Tang, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Lei Yu, Texas Southern University; Guohua Song, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Comparative Study of Vehicle-Specific Power Binning Methods for Estimating Fuel Consumption of Light-Duty Vehicles on Urban Roads ( ) - J11 Qi Zhao and Guohua Song, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Lei Yu, Texas Southern University Delay Correction Model for Estimating Bus Emissions at Intersections Based on Vehicle-Specific Power Distributions ( ) - J13 Xixi Zhou and Guohua Song, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Lei Yu, Texas Southern University Development of Speed Correction Factors Based on Speed- Specific Vehicle-Specific Power Distributions for Urban Restricted-Access Roadways in Beijing ( ) - J15 Guohua Song, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Lei Yu, Texas Southern University; Yizheng Wu, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Evaluation of Effectiveness of Truck Efficiency Technologies in Class 8 Tractor-Trailers Based on a Tractive Energy Analysis Using Measured Drive Cycle Data ( ) - J18 Tim LaClair and Zhiming Gao, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Joshua S. Fu, Jimmy Calcagno and Jeongran Yun, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Development of Operating Mode ID Distributions for Different Types of Roadways Under Different Congestion Levels for Vehicle Emission Assessment Using MOVES ( ) - J19 Yi Qi, Ameena Padiath, and Lei Yu, Texas Southern University Impacts of Restaurant Drive-Through Configurations on Vehicle Emissions ( ) - J20 Keziah Hill, Fengxiang Qiao, Mehdi Azimi, and Lei Yu, Texas Southern University Effect of Reducing Maximum Cycle Length on Roadside Air Quality and Travel Times on a Corridor in Portland, Oregon ( ) - K01 Christine M. Kendrick, Portland State University; David Urowsky, Portland Bureau of Transportation; Willie Kiplangat Rotich and Peter J. V. Koonce, City of Portland, Oregon; Linda George, Portland State University

185 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Modeling and Evaluating Short-Term On-Road PM2.5 Emission Factor Using Different Traffic Data Sources ( ) - K02 Hao Liu, Heng Wei, Zhuo Yao, Hui Ren, and Qingyi Ai, University of Cincinnati Greenhouse Gas and Urban Congestion: Incorporating Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Associated Fuel Consumption into Texas A&M Transportation Institute s Urban Mobility Report ( ) - K03 William L. Eisele, Tyler Fossett, David Lynn Schrank, and Mohamadreza Farzaneh, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Paul Meier and Scott Williams, University of Wisconsin, Madison Modeling Truck Activity Using Short-Term Traffic Counts for Reliable Estimation of Heavy-Duty Truck Emissions in Urban Areas ( ) - K04 Harikishan Perugu, California Air Resources Board; Heng Wei and Zhuo Yao, University of Cincinnati Auditing Kansas Department of Transportation Vehicle Fleet Fuel Use and Carbon Footprint ( ) - K05 Edward Peltier, Wai Oswald Chong, Eric Nielsen, and Jeremiah Johnson, University of Kansas Effect of Road Elevation on Networkwide Vehicle Energy Consumption and Eco-Routing ( ) - K06 Michael Levin, University of Texas, Austin; Melissa Duell and S. Travis Waller, University of New South Wales, Australia Fuel Economy Evaluation of Ecodriving Programs in Training and Real-World Driving Applications: Manila and Tokyo ( ) - K07 Abuzo Abugaa Anabel and Yasunori Muromachi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Dynamic Traffic Assignment Framework to Assess Short-Term Network-Level Impacts of Eco-Routing Strategies ( ) - K08 Michael Levin, Ehsan Jafari, Rohan Shah, and Natalia Ruiz Juri, University of Texas, Austin; Kyriacos C. Mouskos, City College of New York Optimization Model for Ecodriving at Signalized Intersections ( ) - K09 Zhi Chen, Yunlong Zhang, and Jinpeng Lv, Texas A&M University Examination of Attributes and Value of Eco-friendly Route Choice ( ) - K10 Kanok Boriboonsomsin, Joseph Dean, and Matthew J. Barth, University of California, Riverside Demonstrating Bottom-Up Framework for Evaluating Energy and Emission Performance of Various Electric Rail Transit Options ( ) - K11 Franklin Gbologah, Yanzhi Xu, Michael Owen Rodgers, and Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology Trajectory-Based Vehicle Energy and Emissions Estimation for Signalized Arterials Using Mobile Sensing Data ( ) - K12 Zhanbo Sun, Xuegang (Jeff) Ban, and Peng Hao, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Effect of Drive Cycle and Fuel Type on Ultrafine Particle Number Emissions Model Input Optimization ( ) - K13 Tyler Feralio and Britt A. Holmen, University of Vermont Fuel and Toll Pricing: Assessment of Effectiveness in Emission Control ( ) - K14 Tânia Fontes, Sérgio Filipe Ramos Pereira, Jorge Bandeira, and Margarida Cabrita Coelho, University of Aveiro, Portugal Development and Validation of Simplified Macromodel for Trip- Based Fuel Consumption and Emissions Estimation: Efficient Eco-Trip Evaluator ( ) - K15 Yunjie Zhao, Andrew Bartlett, and Adel W. Sadek, State University of New York, Buffalo Analysis of Air Pollution Impacts from PierPASS Program in Alameda Corridor, California ( ) - K16 Ankoor Bhagat, Jean-Daniel Maurice Saphores, R. Jayakrishnan, and Jaeyoung Jung, University of California, Irvine Effects of Transportation Emissions on Air Quality in Southeast Los Angeles County ( ) - K17 Edward Carr, Jeffrey Ang-Olson, and Arlene Rosenbaum, ICF International Life-Cycle Greenhouse Gases and Energy Consumption for Material and Construction Phases of Pavement with Traffic Delay ( ) - K18 Seunggu Kang, Rebekah Yang, Hasan Ozer, and Imad L. Al-Qadi, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Transportation-Related Noise and Vibration John Robert Hencken, Rutgers University, presiding Sponsored by Transportation-Related Noise and Vibration Committee Where Are We Out? Analysis of Noise Pollution in Bogota, Columbia ( ) - A07 Daniel Páez Barajas, Maïté Thirouin, Eduardo Behrentz, Jose Pacheco, and Anthony Perry, Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia Development of Tire Pavement Noise Evaluation Methodology in India ( ) - A09 Mohammed Ali Boodihal, Abhishek Chethan, Rudraradhya Swamy, and Rakesh Sahu, Indian Institute of Science; Krishna Prapoorna Biligiri, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur Residents Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Line-of-Sight Wall and Conventional Concrete Noise Wall for Traffic Noise Abatement ( ) - A11 Shuo Li, Indiana Department of Transportation; Bowen Guan, Chang an University, China; Eliza Yingzi Du, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis; A. Samy Noureldin, Indiana Department of Transportation :45 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Hilton, International Center Waste Management and Resource Efficiency in Transportation Edward D. Wallingford, Virginia Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Waste Management and Resource Efficiency in Transportation Committee Evaluation of Waste Concrete Road Materials for Use in Oyster Aquaculture ( ) - D04 Dong Hee Kang, Morgan State University; Kelton Clark, Patuxent Environmental and Aquatic Research Laboratory; James Hunter, Morgan State University; Mark Bundy, Patuxent Environmental and Aquatic Research Laboratory; Z. Andrew Farkas, Morgan State University Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting on Public Roadways ( ) - D06 Haocheng Xiong, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Linbing Wang and Cristian Druta, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Eric Weaver, Federal Highway Administration Decision Methodology for Temperature Control of Pavements ( ) - D08 Henry Brown, Matthew Kraus, and John J. Bowders, University of Missouri, Columbia Solar Energy Harvesting from Roadways ( ) - D10 Savannah Gregor and K. Wayne Lee, University of Rhode Island Waste Management and Resource Efficiency in Transportation Committee - D12 Edward D. Wallingford, Virginia Department of Transportation TUE 183

186 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 579 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Maryland B 582 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Maryland A TUE Active Technology: Real Experience and Evaluation JoAnn K. Wells, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, presiding Sponsored by Occupant Protection Committee Individual and Combined Effects of Backup Cameras and Parking Sensors on Avoiding a Stationary or Moving Obstacle When Reversing David Kidd, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Driver Behavior Improvement Through Monitoring and Incentives Greg Wolfe, U.S. Department of State Evaluations of Collision Avoidance Systems Using Collision Loss Data Matthew James Moore, Highway Loss Data Institute Experience of Owners of Nonluxury Vehicles with Collision Avoidance Technology Jessica Cicchino, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety 580 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Delaware B Application of Phased Array Ultrasonics for Steel Bridge Fabrication Curtis Schroeder, Fish & Associates, presiding Sponsored by Fabrication and Inspection of Metal Structures Committee Proposals for Implementation of Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing into American Welding Society Bridge and Structural Welding Codes Heather Gilmer, Tampa Tank and Florida Structural Steel Challenges of Finding Depth of Penetration for Rib-to-Deck Plate Welds in Steel Orthotropic Decks by Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing Sougata Roy, Lehigh University Inspection of Transition Butt-Welds Using Phased Array Ultrasonics Pranaam Haldipur, Engineering and Software Consultants, Inc. Innovative Nondestructive Testing Methods on San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge Mazen Wahbeh, Alta Vista 581 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South Impact of Transportation Research Board and Others on the Practice of Engineering Geology Lawrence A. Pierson, Landslide Technology, presiding Sponsored by Engineering Geology Committee Innovations in Geometric Design Using Operational and Reliability-Based Analysis Methods Scott C. Himes, VHB Inc., presiding Sponsored by Geometric Design Committee Reliability-Based Geometric Design Approach to Decisions on Freeway Number of Lanes ( ) Anusha Musunuru and Richard Jon Porter, University of Utah Crossover Roundabouts: Alternative Interchange Design ( ) Ryan Hale, Missouri Department of Transportation Geometric and Operational Improvements at Continuous-Flow Intersections to Enhance Pedestrian Safety ( ) Angela Coates, Ping Yi, and Peng Liu, University of Akron Double Left-Turn Lane Operational Field Study ( ) Kay Fitzpatrick and Eun Sug Park, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Pei-Fen Kuo, University of Central Florida; James Robertson and Marcus A. Brewer, Texas A&M Transportation Institute 583 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall North HOT TOPIC Measuring Effectiveness of Pavement Maintenance and Preservation, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 646) Dominique Pittenger, University of Oklahoma, Norman, presiding Sponsored by Pavement Preservation Committee; Pavement Preservation Committee; and Pavement Maintenance Committee Evaluation of Noise Related to Pavement Preservation Surfaces in New Jersey ( ) John Robert Hencken, Edwin Henry Haas, Michael Tulanowski, and Thomas A. Bennert, Rutgers University Performance Evaluation of Chip Seal Treatment on Flexible Pavements ( ) Mohammad Jamal Khattak, University of Louisiana, Lafayette; Gilbert Y. Baladi, Michigan State University; Mohammad Abdullah Nur and Mohammad Reza-ul Karim Bhuyan, University of Louisiana, Lafayette; Kevin Gaspard, Louisiana Transportation Research Center Assessment of Treatments to Restore Road Texture and Skid Resistance on Concrete Highways ( ) Garrett Fingerle, Enterprisemouchel, United Kingdom; Helen Viner, Alan Dunford, and Peter Sanders, TRL Limited, United Kingdom; Donald Burton and Alex Tam, Highways Agency, United Kingdom; Pat Weatherill and Peter Fisher, Enterprisemouchel, United Kingdom Efficiency and Performance of Diamond Grinding In Texas ( ) Prasad N. V. S. R. Buddhavarapu, Andre de Fortier Smit, and Jorge A. Prozzi, University of Texas, Austin Advances in Engineering Geology Thomas C. Badger, Washington State Department of Transportation Research Advances in Rock Mechanics and Rockfall Management John David Duffy, California Department of Transportation New Age of Geotechnical Asset Management David Stanley, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Publications with a Purpose: Landslides and Rockfall Alan Keith Turner, Colorado School of Mines

187 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 584 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall West Nighttime Analysis of Road Safety and Operations Richard Jon Porter, University of Utah, presiding Sponsored by Operational Effects of Geometrics Committee 586 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Virginia B Railroad Operational Safety Research Amanda K. Emo, Federal Railroad Administration, presiding Sponsored by Railroad Operational Safety Committee Daytime and Nighttime Following Behavior on Monitored Two- Lane Rural Road ( ) Carlos Llorca and Ana Tsui Moreno, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain; Victor Gabriel Valencia Alaix, Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Alfredo Garcia, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain Speed Choice in Darkness Conditions on Rural and Suburban Roads ( ) Stanislaw Gaca and Mariusz Kiec, Cracow University of Technology, Poland Effect of Road Environment Factors on Freeway Traffic Crash Frequency During Daylight, Twilight, and Night Conditions ( ) Sungmin Hong, Hokkaido University, Japan; Joon-Ki Kim, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements; Cheol Oh, Hanyang University, South Korea; Gudmundur Freyr Ulfarsson, University of Iceland Characterizing the Combined Association of Edge Line and Center Line Retroreflectivity to Nighttime Crashes at Two-Lane Rural Highways ( ) Raul E. Avelar and Paul J. Carlson, Texas A&M Transportation Institute 585 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Maryland C Predictors of Teenage Driving Risk Robert D. Foss, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, presiding Sponsored by Operator Education and Regulation Committee What Is Teenage Driving Risk and Is It Predictable? Bruce Simons-Morton, National Institutes of Health Psychosocial Characteristics of Young Drivers and Their Association with Crash Risk: A Review C. Raymond Bingham, Lisa Buckley, and Anuj Pradhan, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute; Jean Thatcher Shope, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute Using Novel Methods to Estimate Population-Level Prevalence and Predictors of Young Drivers Compliance with Graduated Driver Licensing Restrictions Allison Curry, Dennis Durbin, and Melissa Pfeiffer, Children s Hospital of Philadelphia; Michael Elliott, University of Michigan; Konny Kim, Children s Hospital of Philadelphia Personality Characteristics and Risky Driving Behavior Among Teenage Drivers: Is There an Association? Johnathon P. Ehsani, Bruce Simons-Morton, Yunlong Xie, and Paul Albert, National Institutes of Health; Sheila G. Klauer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Jessamny Perlus, National Institutes of Health From Molecules to Teenage Drivers Risky Behavior Marie Claude Ouimet, University of Sherbrooke, Canada; Thomas G. Brown, McGill University, Canada; Feng Guo and Sheila G. Klauer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Bruce Simons-Morton, National Institutes of Health; Youjia Fang and Suzanne E. Lee, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute; Christina Gianoulakis, McGill University, Canada; Thomas A. Dingus, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute Data-Based Framework to Identify the Most Significant Performance-Shaping Factors in Railway Operations ( ) Miltos Kyriakidis, Arnab Majumdar, and Washington Y. Ochieng, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Safety Performance Measures for Railway Stations ( ) Shinya Yamada, Shintaro Terabe, and Makoto Kasai, Tokyo University of Science, Japan Causal Analysis of Passenger Train Accident on Shared-Use Rail Corridors ( ) Chen-Yu Lin, M. Rapik Saat, and Christopher P. L. Barkan, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 587 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Virginia A Seasonal Climatic Effects on Infrastructure Steve Saboundjian, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, presiding Sponsored by Seasonal Climatic Effects on Transportation Infrastructure Committee Lessons Learned Through Development of Infrastructure and Climate Network Jo Sias Daniel, University of New Hampshire Understanding Seasonality of Pavement in New York State David Paul Orr, Cornell University Controlling Seasonal Soil Moisture Using Wicking Fabrics Billy G. Connor, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Computer Simulations of Coupled Thermohydromechanical Processes in Frozen Ground Xiong Yu, Case Western Reserve University 588 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Delaware A Signing and Pavement Marking Materials Mark Hood, Pennoni Associates, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Signing and Marking Materials Committee Recommended Laboratory Test for Predicting Initial Retroreflectivity of Pavement Markings from Glass Bead Quality ( ) Omar G. Smadi and Neal R. Hawkins, Iowa State University; Paul J. Carlson and Adam M. Pike, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Christopher Davies, Potters Industries Inc. Use of High-Intensity Reflective Sheeting in Lieu of External Lighting of Overhead Roadway Signs in Florida ( ) Fan Ye, Ohio Northern University; Paul J. Carlson, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; N. Mike Jackson, University of North Florida Geometric Design Improvement of Retroreflective Raised Pavement Markers Based on Full Factorial Experiment of Stress Analysis ( ) Lukai Guo, Qing Lu, and Bin Yu, University of South Florida Automatic Recognition of Patterns and Words on Road Markings Based on Laser Reflectance Information ( ) Chia-Pei J. Chou, Hung-Hsuan Hsu, Ning Lee, and Aichin Chen, National Taiwan University TUE 185

188 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 589 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Salon 1 HOT TOPIC 591 CM I :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Hampton TUE State Department of Transportation CEO Critical Issues Roundtable, Part 2: Performance Management (Part 1, Session 538; Part 3, Session 650) Ananth Prasad, Florida Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by TRB Executive Committee The MAP-21 legislation passed in 2012 establishes an approach based on performance and outcome under which the states will measure performance with respect to collective progress toward achieving a set of national goals. A panel of state department of transportation CEOs will discuss the experience of states with performance measurement and management to date and how they view rules now being proposed to implement the performance management requirements of MAP-21. Panelists Kirk T. Steudle, Michigan Department of Transportation; David Nichols, Missouri Department of Transportation; Richard Davey, Massachusetts Department of Transportation; Carlos Braceras, Utah Department of Transportation 590 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Marriott, Salon 3 Vehicle Speeds in Work Zones Tracy A. Scriba, Federal Highway Administration Sponsored by Work Zone Traffic Control Committee Airport Cooperative Research Program Projects That Have Positively Affected Aviation System Planning Steven Richard Landau, Economic Development Research Group, presiding Sponsored by Aviation System Planning Committee and Airport Terminals and Ground Access Committee ACRP Synthesis 14: Overview of Airport System Planning Practices Linda Howard, Texas Department of Transportation (retired) Regional Impacts of Special Events Planning Lois Kramer, AeroTek, Inc. ACRP Report 65: Guidebook for Airport Irregular Operations (IROPS) Contingency Planning Rose Agnew, Aviation Innovation ACRP Report 44: Guidebook for the Preservation of Public Use Airports Thomas P. Thatcher, L. Robert Kimball & Associates 592 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Ambassador Characterization and Performance of Unbound Pavement Layers Massimo Losa, University of Pisa, Italy, presiding Sponsored by Strength and Deformation Characteristics of Pavement Sections Committee Estimating the Effect of Speed Control Strategies on Speed Distribution in Work Zones with Quantile Regression ( ) Erdong Chen and Andrew P. Tarko, Purdue University Implementation and Evaluation of Traffic Control Devices on Highway Preservation Projects ( ) John Anthony Gambatese, Fan Zhang, and Ali Moghaddam Vahed, Oregon State University Development of Optimal Variable Speed Limit Control System for Freeway Work Zone Operations ( ) Xianfeng Yang and Yang (Carl) Lu, University of Maryland, College Park Effectiveness of Pilot Car Operations in Reducing Speeds in Long-Term Rural Highway Work Zone ( ) Ashim Kumar Debnath, Ross Alexander Blackman, and Narelle Lorraine Haworth, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Driving Speed Behavior of Cars and Trucks on Six-Lane Highway Work Zone Considering Lane and Location Deviation ( ) Wen Jun, Tongji University, China; Zhong-Ren Peng, University of Florida; Li Li, Tongji University, Shanghai, China; Qing-Chang Lu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Comparison of Vehicle Speeds Adjacent to Maintenance Work Zones With and Without a Mobile Barrier ( ) Nicholas Tymvios, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; John Anthony Gambatese, Oregon State University Subgrade and Foundation Dynamic Performance Evaluation by Means of Lightweight Deflectometer Tests ( ) Alessandro Marradi, Giacomo Betti, and Umberto Pinori, University of Pisa, Italy Effects of Unbound Layer Cross-Anisotropy on Pavement Responses ( ) Mesbah Uddin Ahmed, Rafiqul Alam Tarefder, Md. Rashadul Islam, and Md. Tahmidur Rahman, University of New Mexico Permanent Deformation Models of Unbound Granular Materials: Comparative Study Based on Multistage Repeated- Load Triaxial Tests ( ) Mohammad Shafiqur Rahman and Sigurdur Erlingsson, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute Influence of Aggregate Base Layer Variability on Pavement Performance ( ) Hani H. Titi, University of Wisconsin, #TRBAM Transportation Research Board

189 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 593 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room 595 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Palladian Freight Day, Part 3: Road Map to Significant Reduction of Freight-Related Energy Consumption and Emissions (Part 1, Session 492; Part 2, Session 544; Part 4, Session 658) Michael S. Bomba, University of North Texas, presiding Sponsored by International Trade and Transportation Committee; Marine Group; Freight Systems Group; Ferry Transportation Committee; and Agricultural Transportation Committee Best Practice of Reducing Emissions from Shipping and Ports Haifeng Wang, International Council on Clean Transportation Public and Private Experience in Green Freight Initiatives in Asia: Potential for Emission Reduction and Roadmap for Greener Freight in Asia Robert Earley, Clean Air Asia Natural Gas Versus Conventional Fuel for Waterborne Freight Transport: Life-Cycle Emissions Assessment with Case Studies James J. Winebrake, Rochester Institute of Technology; James J. Corbett and Heather Thomsen, University of Delaware Strategically Leveraging Freight Vehicles to Reduce Carbon: Insights from Grocery Delivery Anne Goodchild and Erica J. Wygonik, University of Washington 594 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Empire Mechanistic Empirical Design of Concrete Pavements Michael I. Darter, Applied Research Associates, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Rigid Pavement Design Committee and Pavement Rehabilitation Committee Evaluation of AASHTO Pavement M-E for Louisiana Rigid Pavement Design ( ) Zhong Wu and Danny X. Xiao, Louisiana Transportation Research Center; Zhongjie Zhang, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development; William H. Temple, Concrete and Aggregates Association of Louisiana Direct Method for Accounting for Local Weigh-in-Motion Traffic Data in Mechanistic Empirical Design Procedure for Rigid Pavements ( ) Derek Tompkins, University of Minnesota; Luke Johanneck and Maureen Jensen, Minnesota Department of Transportation; Lev Khazanovich, University of Minnesota Performance Evaluation of a Jointed Plain Concrete Pavement Using Mechanistic Empirical Pavement Design Guide: Case Study ( ) Halil Ceylan, Iowa State University Critical Inputs for Pavement Rehabilitation in Pavement M-E ( ) Syed Waqar Haider, Neeraj Buch, and Karim Chatti, Michigan State University Technical Challenges in Implementing Positive Train Control Larry Milhon, Consultant, presiding Sponsored by Railroad Operating Technologies Committee Overview Larry Milhon, Consultant Braking Enforcement Algorithm Joseph Drapa, Transportation Technology Center Inc. Positive Train Location Joseph Drapa, Transportation Technology Center Inc. 220-MHz Spectrum Analysis Joseph Drapa, Transportation Technology Center Inc. Reliability Thomas W. Schnautz, Norfolk Southern Corporation Interoperability Frank Wilson, Wabtec Railway Electronics Panel Discussion Larry Milhon, Consultant 596 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Executive Safety Requirements, Standards, Human Factors, and Costs Duane E. Boniface, U.S. Coast Guard, presiding Sponsored by Marine Safety and Human Factors Committee Standards of Care: Small Passenger Vessel Considerations ( ) Rick Janelle, U.S. Coast Guard Characteristics to Consider When Selecting Workers for Dangerous Environments: Evidence from the Inland Waterways Industry ( ) Lenahan O Connell, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet; Timothy J. Brock, University of Kentucky Channel Safety Assessment in Ship Navigation Based on Fuzzy Logic Model ( ) Yuan Wu and Hao Hu, Jiaotong University, China Costs of Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture Services ( ) Douglas W. Scheffler, U.S. Coast Guard 597 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Diplomat Costs of Overweight Trucks: Permitting, Fees, and Infrastructure Impacts Robert Michael Clarke, R.M. Clarke Consulting, presiding Sponsored by Truck Size and Weight Committee Transportation Infrastructure Damage Costs due to Overweight Trucks and Corresponding Cost Recovery ( ) Kakan Chandra Dey, Mashrur A. Chowdhury, Wei Chiang Pang, Bradley J. Putman, and Linbo Chen, Clemson University Characterization of Overweight Permitted Truck Routes and Loads in Wisconsin ( ) Hani H. Titi, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Comparison of Oversize and Overweight Permit Carrier Fees and Agency Costs for MAASTO Region ( ) Teresa M. Adams and Andrew Schwartz, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Ernie Barker Perry, Mid-America Freight Coalition Establishing Equitable Heavy Vehicle Fees for Highway Usage: Consequences of Deviations from Fourth-Power Law ( ) Ahmed Anwaar, National University of Science and Technology, Pakistan; Steven Lavrenz and Samuel Labi, Purdue University TUE 187

190 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE 598 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Regency Ballroom Track Design for Substandard or Inferior Conditions David E. Staplin, National Railroad Passenger Corporation, and Michael A. Wnek, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, presiding Sponsored by Railroad Track Structure System Design Committee Higher-Speed Operations on Old Roadbed David E. Staplin, National Railroad Passenger Corporation Upgrade of Track for Higher-Speed Operations on Union Pacific Railroad Samuel Caleb Douglas, Union Pacific Railroad Upgrading Classic Lines for Higher-Speed Operations Alain Robinet, French National Railways Use of Reclaimed Materials Steve Chrismer, National Railroad Passenger Corporation 599 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Shoreham, Congressional What s the Buzz with Helicopters? Katherine Andrus, Federal Aviation Administration, presiding Sponsored by Environmental Impacts of Aviation Committee; Civil Helicopter Subcommittee; and Aviation Noise and Vibration Subcommittee Overview of Rotary Wing Research in NASA Susan A. Gorton, NASA Langley Research Center Green Rotorcraft Project Giuseppe Pagnano, Clean Sky Joint Undertaking, Belgium Rotor Source Noise Prediction and the Challenges of Rotor Noise Abatement Kenneth S. Brentner, Pennsylvania State University 600 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Lincoln East Artificial Intelligence Tools for Freeway Applications Sherif Ishak, Louisiana State University, presiding Sponsored by Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications Committee This session presents advanced artificial intelligence approaches developed to address and solve operation, control, and safety problems on freeways, including the use of reinforced learning to improve ramp metering control in the city of Toronto, adaptive boosting machine learning to predict congestion on I-5 in Oregon, hybrid empirical mode decomposition and the ARIMA approach to predict freeway speed, Bayesian networks for incident duration prediction, and the AdaBoost support vector machine to evaluate crash risk. Adaptive Learning in Bayesian Networks for Incident Duration Prediction ( ) Sami Demiroluk and Kaan Ozbay, Rutgers University Real-Time Crash Risk Evaluation by AdaBoost Support Vector Machine ( ) Yaoqiong Du and Ching-Yao Chan, University of California, Berkeley 601 CM I :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Jefferson East Challenges Associated with Preserving Historic Bridges Amy Squitieri, Mead & Hunt, and Michael B. Johnson, California Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Historic and Archeological Preservation in Transportation Committee; General Structures Committee; and Bridge Preservation Joint Subcommittee Rehabilitating the Historic Willamette River Bridge in Oregon: Award-Winning Project Robert W. Hadlow, Oregon Department of Transportation Repurposing the Continental Avenue Bridge in Dallas, Texas John Hinman, CH2M Hill Restoration of the Historic Rainbow Bridge, Idaho David W. Whitmore, Vector Corrosion Technologies, Canada 602 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Georgetown East History of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority Emil H. Frankel, Bipartisan Policy Center, presiding Sponsored by Transportation History Committee Historical Overview of the Vision for the New York Metropolitan Region Emil H. Frankel, Bipartisan Policy Center MTA s History from the 1970s Through the End of the 20th Century Nicholas K. Tulach, Rutgers University Panel Discussion Mortimer L. Downey, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Gene Russianoff, Straphangers Campaign; Peter Derrick, Former MTA Executive; Nicole Gelinas, Manhattan Institute Discussant Robert E. Paaswell, City College of New York 603 CM I :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 7 How Does Gender Influence Travel Attitudes, Patterns, and Perspectives on Crime? Dawn Spanhake, University of Minnesota, presiding Sponsored by Women s Issues in Transportation Committee Closed-Loop Optimal Freeway Ramp Metering Using Continuous State Space Reinforcement Learning with Function Approximation ( ) Kasra Rezaee, Baher Abdulhai, and Hossam Abdelgawad, University of Toronto, Canada Congestion Prediction Using Adaptive Boosting Machine Learning Classifiers ( ) Mohamed Elhenawy and Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Hybrid Short-Term Traffic Speed Forecasting Model Through Empirical Mode Decomposition and Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average Approaches ( ) Lu Liu and Haizhong Wang, Oregon State University; Zhen Qian, Carnegie Mellon University; Heng Wei, University of Cincinnati What Explains the Gender Gap in Schlepping? Testing Various Explanations for Gender Differences in Household-Serving Travel ( ) Brian D. Taylor and Kelcie Ralph, University of California, Los Angeles; Michael Smart, Rutgers University Gendered Perspectives on Transit Crime in Arequipa, Perú, and Bogotá, Colombia ( ) Gwen Averill Kash, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Gender Differences in Daily Activity Patterns, Urban Form, and Intrahousehold Interactions ( ) Lulu Xue, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute Attitudes Toward Public Transportation and Gender: Case Study of Ohio State University ( ) Mi Namgung and Gulsah Akar, Ohio State University Discussant Nite Tanzarn, Makere University, Uganda

191 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 604 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 6 Implementing Asset Management Plans Through Transportation Investments Joseph A. Guerre, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Transportation Programming and Investment Decision- Making Committee and Transportation Asset Management Committee Transportation agencies are looking for strategies to operate, manage, and maintain assets more cost-efficiently. A transportation asset management plan (TAMP) is one such strategy focused on minimizing life-cycle costs and informing decisions through analyses of engineering practices and resource allocation. Further, MAP-21 requires states to develop a TAMP for pavements and bridges on the National Highway System. This session explores how TAMP activities report the full cost of ownership and influence state transportation improvement plans. Overview of TAMP Development in Louisiana, Minnesota, and New York Joseph A. Guerre, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. How Will TAMP Influence the Louisiana DOT Annual Highway Priority Program? Michael Bridges, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development TAMP Implementation at MnDOT: Informing Future Investment Priorities Mark Nelson, Minnesota Department of Transportation Developing a TAMP: New York State s Experience Brad W. Allen, New York State Department of Transportation CDOT Risk-Based Asset Management Plan William Johnson, Colorado Department of Transportation 605 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, International East HOT TOPIC Knowledge Management for Department of Transportation Resilience Planning and Operations Management Marie Venner, Venner Consulting, presiding Sponsored by Knowledge Management Task Force; Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Committee; Climate Change, Energy and Sustainability Impacts on the Transportation Infrastructure Subcommittee; Risk and Resilience Assessment and Planning Subcommittee; and Climate Change and Energy Task Force Resilience planning exerts extraordinary knowledge management demands on transportation agencies such as understanding weaknesses in systems under the duress of extreme weather and alternatives when broken links occur. The impacts of climate change are adding a new urgency. This session reviews knowledge management points of pressure and opportunity and discusses successful strategies that help agencies make knowledge available to the people who need it, when they need it. Summary of International Panel on Climate Change ARB Working Group 1 Results: Knowledge Management Issues and Long-Term Transportation Network Planning Claus Doll, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany Intersection of Knowledge Management and Risk Management at California Department of Transportation Michelle Tucker, California Department of Transportation Knowledge Management and Road Weather Systems: Ecosystem Agreement on Organizational Information Sharing and Data Integration in Finland Pekka Leviäkangas, University of Oulu, Finland Lessons from Experience in Sharing Road Weather Knowledge Across the Country Paul A. Pisano, Federal Highway Administration 606 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 4 National Parks and Federal Lands Roxanne Bash, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Needs of National Parks and Public Lands Committee Expanding Municipal Bike Share System into Urban National Park Through Community Partnerships: City of San Antonio, Texas, and San Antonio Missions National Historical Park ( ) Krista Sherwood, National Park Service; Julia Murphy, City of San Antonio Transportation Scholars: The Legacy, The Future ( ) Natalie Marie Villwock-Witte, Western Transportation Institute; Jason Newman, National Park Service; Katherine Chesson, National Park Foundation Development and Implementation of Long-Range Transportation Plan for Northeast Region of National Park Service ( ) William Cranshaw, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.; Robert J. Holzheimer, Peter Steele, and John Tauscher, National Park Service; Ruth Bonsignore, and Kristin Jade Malakorn, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. Zion National Park: Enhancing Visitor Experience Through Improved Transportation ( ) Jonathan Upchurch, Consultant 607 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, International West Sharing the Story: Using Technology to Make Planning Real Jerri Bohard, Oregon Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Statewide Multimodal Transportation Planning Committee Technology is providing the planning community with new platforms to share data, mapping, and other information in new and innovative ways to assist decision makers, provide portals to foster collaborative planning opportunities, and provide access to information for both stakeholders and the general public. Representatives from four states report on how these new tools are helping to strengthen the planning process. IDrive Arkansas Jessie Xu Jones, Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department SPOT Online: North Carolina Department of Transportation s GIS-Based Web Application for Providing Automated, Near- Real-Time Prioritization Scores and Project Costs David Wasserman, North Carolina Department of Transportation WSDOT s Community Transportation Planning Portal: ArcGIS Online Forum for Collaboration in Planning Elizabeth Robbins, Washington State Department of Transportation Mosaic: Oregon s Web-Based Resource for Local and Regional System Planning Samuel N. Seskin, CH2M Hill TUE 189

192 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 608 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Lincoln West 610 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 8 HOT TOPIC Student Learning and Training: What Works and What Doesn t and Why Chandra R. Bhat, University of Texas, Austin, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Education and Training Committee Impact and Implications of Autonomous Driving on Automated Transit Systems Rongfang Liu, New Jersey Institute of Technology, presiding Sponsored by Automated Transit Systems Committee TUE Pilot Initiative in Iowa for Intern Development and Management Program ( ) Shashi S. Nambisan and James E. Alleman, Iowa State University; Sandra Q. Larson, Iowa Department of Transportation; Max G. Grogg, Federal Highway Administration Transportation Engineering Careers: Program Evolution and Impact and Lessons Learned ( ) Stephanie Ivey, Mihalis M. Golias, Paul Palazolo, Kelsey Ford, Virginia Anne Wise, and Patrice Thomas, University of Memphis Framing Transportation Planning Pedagogy for Sustainability Generalists ( ) Elizabeth Sweeney, Ann Scheere, and Vicki Elmer, University of Oregon Composition of Learning Styles and Their Influence on Students in Transportation Engineering Courses ( ) Edgardo M. Roman and Ivette Cruzado, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Assessment of Students Preconceptions in the Introductory Transportation Engineering Course ( ) Milos Mladenovic, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Katerina Mangaroska, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Montasir M. Abbas, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 609 1:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Georgetown West The Big Idea Wendy Feuer, New York City Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Intermodal Transfer Facilities Committee The session topic is centered on the Big Idea, a theme that has profoundly influenced the development of a transportation project. A Big Idea can be about many things both new and tried and true. Art and design can be used to reinforce the concept of the Big Idea. The Big Idea can establish a vision for a project from its early stages. Lessons learned from these experiences are valuable to realize the creation of quality transportation projects in the future. Application of Autonomous Driving Technology to Transit: Functional Capabilities for Safety and Capacity ( ) Jerome M. Lutin, NJ Transit; Alain L. Kornhauser, Princeton University Automated Driving: Individual and Societal Aspects Entering the Debate ( ) Eva Fraedrich, Humboldt University, Germany; Barbara Lenz, German Aerospace Center Environmental Implications of Shared Autonomous Vehicles Using Agent-Based Simulation ( ) Daniel J. Fagnant and Kara Kockelman, University of Texas, Austin Public Perceptions of Self-Driving Cars: Case of Berkeley, California ( ) Danielle Dai and Daniel Howard, University of California, Berkeley 611 CM I :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Columbia Hall 5 Transportation Data: Our Legacy and Our Future, Part 2: The Future (Part 1, Session 558) Steven E. Polzin, University of South Florida, presiding Sponsored by Data and Information Systems Section Our future data programs face tight budgets, concerns about data privacy, and special interest politics. Coupled with these problems are the growing demands for timely performance metrics and quality visual information. Will advances in information technology be the panacea? Will future generations care less about privacy than we do now? These are just a few questions that a panel of experts working at the cutting edge of tomorrow s data will address. Our Data Future Johanna P. Zmud, RAND Corporation; Guy Rousseau, Atlanta Regional Commission; Jose Holguín-Veras, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Catherine Theresa Lawson, State University of New York, Albany; Daryl Pregibon, Google Art and Design at San Francisco International Airport Jim Stanislaski, Gensler Integrated Art and Design for the Los Angeles Expo Line Zipporah Yamamoto, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Information Technology, Mobility, and Storytelling Trent Lethco, Arup, Canada Audience Etiquette Please observe the following points of meeting etiquette: Make sure the sound on all cell phones, beepers, and signal watches is turned off. Keep the meeting room doorways clear. Find seating as far forward as possible. Place materials under chairs to maximize seating capacity. Locate seating instead of standing in aisles or against walls. Take it easy with the atomizer many people are highly allergic to perfume and cologne. Thank you for your cooperation!

193 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 612 CM I :30 p.m. 3:15 p.m., Hilton, Jefferson West Working Together to Address Traffic Outside the Gates: Military and Civilian Perspectives on Resolving I-5 Issues at Joint Base Lewis McChord David D. Metcalf, ATCS, P.L.C., presiding Sponsored by Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Processes Committee; Transportation in Military Communities Joint Subcommittee; Military Transportation Committee; and Rural Public and Intercity Bus Transportation Committee 614 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Emulsified Asphalts: Surface Treatment Applications and New Residue Test Procedures Delmar R. Salomon, Pavement Preservation Systems, LLC, and Roger C. Olson, Minnesota Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Asphalt Materials Committee; Pavement Maintenance Committee; and Asphalt Materials Section The nature of traffic issues in the vicinity of urban military bases requires new partnerships and approaches to problem solving. Overlapping responsibilities and authorities create challenges; they also yield opportunities that could not otherwise be realized. This case study features work to resolve long-standing issues with I-5 mobility in the vicinity of Joint Base Lewis McChord in the Puget Sound region of Washington State and the evolving roles of the military, MPO, DOT, and local partners. Creating a Shared Agenda with a Framework Plan Perry Shea, SCJ Alliance Preserving Mission Capacity with Off-Base Partnerships Colonel H. Charles Hodges, Jr., Joint Base Lewis McChord Adapting the MPO Process to Include Military Partners Thera Black, Thurston Regional Planning Council South Sound Military and Community Partnership: New Ways of Working Together Dan Penrose, Lakewood, Washington 613 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Culvert Installation and Resulting Pressure Distributions Shunyi Christopher Chen, North Carolina Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Subsurface Soil-Structure Interaction Committee and Culverts and Hydraulic Structures Committee Performance Comparison of Two 24-in. High-Density Polyethylene Culverts ( ) - A07 Steven L. Folkman, Utah State University Soil Pressure Distribution and Its Effect on Buried Concrete Pipe Performance Under Various Environmental Conditions ( ) - A09 Hoki Ban, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Seong-Wan Park, Dankook University, South Korea; Yong-Rak Kim, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Laboratory Evaluation of Installation of a Steel-Reinforced High- Density Polyethylene Pipe in Soil ( ) - A11 Deep Kumar Khatri, Jie Han, Ryan Corey, and Robert L. Parsons, University of Kansas; James Joseph Brennan, Kansas Department of Transportation Field Test and Three-Dimensional Numerical Analysis of Soil Steel Tunnel During Backfilling ( ) - A13 Bartlomiej Kunecki, Viacon, Poland Investigation into Compatibility of Chip Seal Aggregates and Emulsions ( ) - D01 Alejandro Jose Alvarado and Isaac L. Howard, Mississippi State University Emulsified Asphalt Residue Recovery and Characterization Using Combined Moisture Analyzer Balance Dynamic Shear Rheometer Procedure ( ) - D03 Arash Motamed, University of Texas, Austin; Delmar R. Salomon, Pavement Preservation Systems, LLC; Nazmus Sakib and Amit Bhasin, University of Texas, Austin Quantification of Water in Asphalt by Karl Fischer Titration and Its Application to Emulsion Recovery ( ) - D05 Ryan B. Boysen, Michael J. Farrar, and Jean-Pascal Planche, Western Research Institute Assessment of Flushing of Chip Seal Surfaces Using Multiple Investigative Techniques ( ) - D07 Sachi Kodippily, Theuns F. P. Henning, and Jason Ingham, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Glynn Holleran, Fulton Hogan Ltd., New Zealand Measurement of Effectiveness of Fiber-Reinforced Microsurfacing Mixtures ( ) - D09 Stephane Charmot, MeadWestvaco Corporation, China; Chi Ye, Shanxi Guolin Road Maintenance Company, China; Zhen Zhu and Yifan Yang, MWV Asphalt Innovations, China 615 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Evaluation of Moisture Susceptibility of Asphalt Mixtures Mark Woods, Tennessee Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Asphalt-Aggregate Combinations to Meet Surface Requirements Committee Warm-Mix Asphalt Moisture Susceptibility Evaluation and Minimization Strategies: Case Study ( ) - C02 Lorena Garcia Cucalon, Texas A&M University, College Station; Fan Yin, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Amy Epps Martin, Texas A&M University, College Station; Edith Arambula, Cindy K. Estakhri, and Eun Sug Park, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Moisture Susceptibility Evaluation of Nano-Sized Hydrated Lime-Modified Asphalt-Aggregate Systems Based on Surface Free Energy Concept ( ) - C04 Aboelkasim Diab and Zhanping You, Michigan Technological University; Zahid Hossain, Arkansas State University; Musharraf Zaman, Oklahoma University, Norman Characterization of Asphalt Mastic and Aggregate Phases for Moisture Damage ( ) - C06 Hasan Mohammad Faisal, Rafiqul Alam Tarefder, and Mekdim Teshome Weldegiorgis, University of New Mexico Potential Moisture Damage of Asphalt Mixtures with Additives Using Various Test Mechanisms ( ) - C08 Ibrahim Mohammad Abuawad, Qazi Aurangzeb, Imad L. Al-Qadi, and Hasan Ozer, University of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign (continued) TUE 191

194 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE Session 615 (continued) 617 Evaluating Moisture Susceptibility of Cold-Mix Asphalt ( ) - C10 Cheng Ling, Andrew Hanz, and Hussain U. Bahia, University of Wisconsin, Madison Moisture Susceptibility of Recycled Asphalt Concrete: Multiscale Approach ( ) - C12 Lily D. Poulikakos, Salomé dos Santos, Jaehong Lee, and Manfred N. Partl, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology Combined Effect of Moisture Diffusion and Cyclic Pore Pressure Generation in Asphalt Concrete ( ) - C14 Aikaterini Varveri, TU Delft, Netherlands; Stavros Avgerinopoulos, De Montfort University, United Kingdom; Athanasios Scarpas, TU Delft, Netherlands; Andrew Collop, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom; Sandra Erkens, Rijkswaterstaat Center for Transport and Navigation, Netherlands Moisture Susceptibility and Rut Resistance of RAP Mixtures with High Percentage of Natural Sand ( ) - C16 Feipeng Xiao, Clemson University; Serji Amirkhanian, Wuhan University of Technology, China Moisture Susceptibility Evaluation of Asphalt Mixes Based on Image Analysis ( ) - C18 Soroosh Amelian and Sayyed Mahdi Abtahi, Isfahan University of Technology, Iran 616 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Foundation Analysis and Soil Improvement Kenneth L. Fishman, McMahon & Mann Consulting Engineers, PC, presiding Sponsored by Foundations of Bridges and Other Structures Committee Field Grouting Experiment on Reinforcing Pile-Raft Composite Foundation of High-Speed Railway ( ) - B04 Qianwei Xu, Tongji University, China Pullout Resistance Factor Calibration for Load and Resistance Factor Design of Soil Nails in North Dallas, Texas ( ) - B06 Xinbao Yu, University of Texas, Arlington Strength and Creep Characteristics of Recycled Asphalt Pavement Sand Blend Backfill in Mechanically Stabilized Earth Walls ( ) - B08 Albert M. Bleakley, Paul J. Cosentino, Edward Kalajian, and Mehul Jayanti Patel, Florida Institute of Technology Full-Scale Investigation of Differential Settlements Beneath Geosynthetic-Reinforced Soil Bridge Abutment ( ) - B10 Andrew Kost, Cornforth Consultants, Inc.; George M. Filz and Tommy E. Cousins, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Michael Carey Brown, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Improved Road and Railroad Performance Using Geosynthetics Alexander Kwasi Appea, Virginia Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Geosynthetics Committee Long-Term Evaluation of Geosynthetic Reinforcement of Flexible Pavements Constructed over Thick Organic Soil Deposits ( ) - B01 James Greene, Abdenour Nazef, Bouzid Choubane, and David J. Horhota, Florida Department of Transportation Forty-Year Study of Geotextiles in an Unpaved Road ( ) - B03 Brian Howard Whitaker, Fiberweb Evaluation of Performance of Geosynthetic-Reinforced Unpaved Roads Using Plate Load Tests ( ) - B05 Murad Yusuf Abu-Farsakh, Imran Akond, and Qiming Chen, Louisiana State University Laboratory Investigation of Geosynthetic Pavement Interlayers Made with Warm-Mix Asphalt Overlays ( ) - B07 William P. Bolger and Bradley J. Putman, Clemson University Investigation of Geogrid-Reinforced Railroad Ballast Behavior Using Large-Scale Triaxial Testing and Discrete Element Modeling ( ) - B09 Debakanta Mishra, Yu Qian, Hasan Kazmee, and Erol Tutumluer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 618 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 HOT TOPIC Introducing LTPP InfoPave: Web Access to the World s Largest Pavement Performance Database Yan Jiang, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) Committee; Pavement Management Systems Committee; and Pavement Monitoring and Evaluation Committee LTPP InfoPave: Functionality and Benefits to Users - C01 Yan Jiang, Federal Highway Administration; Mainey James, University of Arkansas; Riaz Ahmad, iengineering Corporation; Jerome F. Daleiden, Fugro Consultants, Inc :00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 New Test Methods and Models for Evaluation and Prediction of Asphalt Binder Properties John A. D Angelo, D Angelo Consulting, LLC, and Carl Johnson, Northwest Asphalt Products, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Asphalt Materials Committee Employment Opportunities Visit the Marriott, Madison B to match job seekers with opportunities. Rate and Confinement Effects on Tensile Strength of Asphalt Binder ( ) - D02 Sharmin Sultana, Amit Bhasin, and Kenneth M. Liechti, University of Texas, Austin Determining Normal and Shear Pull-off Strength of Asphalt Mastic Films due to Diffusion of Water Vapor ( ) - D04 Mohammad Imran Hossain and Rafiqul Alam Tarefder, University of New Mexico Nanoindentation Investigation of Asphalt Binder and Mastic Viscoelasticity ( ) - D06 Yuriy Veytskin, Christopher Philip Bobko, and Cassie A. Hintz, North Carolina State University

195 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Cohesion, Fracture, and Vialit Cohesion Pendulum as a Tool for Asphalt Binder Evaluation ( ) - D08 Geoffrey M. Rowe, Abatech, Inc.; Christopher Ericson, Rutgers University; Andrew Cooper, James Cox & Sons, Inc. Investigation of Influence of Crack Width on Healing Properties of Asphalt Binders at Multiscale Levels ( ) - D10 Xin Lu, Washington State University; Shihui Shen, Pennsylvania State University Validity of Multiple Stress Creep Recovery Test for Louisiana DOTD Asphalt Binder Specifications ( ) - D11 Md. Sharear Kabir, Louisiana Transportation Research Center; William King, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development High-Temperature Characterization of Highly Modified Asphalt Binders and Mixtures ( ) - D12 Alaeddin Mohseni, Pavement Systems LLC; Haleh Azari, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Creep-Recovery Behavior of Modified Asphalt Binders with Similar High-Temperature Performance Grades ( ) - D13 Adalberto Leandro Faxina and Matheus David Inocente Domingos, University of São Paulo, Brazil Effect of Aging on Rheological, Chemical, and Thermodynamic Properties of Asphalt Components ( ) - D14 Fabricio Leiva-Villacorta, Ernesto Villegas, José Pablo Aguiar- Moya, Jorge Salazar, and Luis Loria-Salazar, University of Costa Rica Unified Evaluation Index for High- and Low-Temperature Performance of Asphalt Binder ( ) - D15 Tan Yiqiu, Liyan Shan, and Xiaolin Li, Harbin Institute of Technology, China Molecular Dynamics Simulation to Investigate Variation Pattern of Asphalt Molecule Agglomeration ( ) - D16 Boming Tang, Jiaotong University, China; Yongjie Ding, China University of Petroleum; Xuejuan Cao, Jiaotong University, China 620 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Pavement Foundation Quality Assurance Soheil Nazarian, University of Texas, El Paso, presiding Sponsored by Soils and Rock Instrumentation Committee Developing In Situ Moisture-Modulus Relationships for Compacted Subgrade Geomaterials ( ) - A01 Ana Lopez and Jorge Velarde, University of Texas, El Paso Evaluation of Three Moisture and Density Devices on Unbound Pavement Materials ( ) - A03 Martin Jesus Sotelo, Mehran Mazari, and Soheil Nazarian, University of Texas, El Paso Evaluation of Nonnuclear-Density Gauges for Measuring In-Place Density of Soils and Base Materials ( ) - A05 Mark Rose and Haifang Wen, Washington State University; Sunil Sharma, University of Idaho Discounted Publications! Get 2009 volumes of Transportation Research Record and other books on sale for as little as $5 at the TRB Exhibit :00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Reinforced Soil Structures Christina Vulova, Consultant, presiding Sponsored by Geosynthetics Committee Strength Reduction Factor for Geogrid Reinforcement at Elevated Temperatures ( ) - A02 Andrew Mulika Kasozi and Raj Siddharthan, University of Nevada, Reno; Abbas Bafghi, Nevada Department of Transportation Composite Properties from Instrumented Load Tests on Soil Columns Reinforced with Geosynthetics ( ) - A04 Melia Kamakawiwoole Iwamoto and Phillip Ooi, University of Hawaii, Manoa; Michael T. Adams, and Jennifer E. Nicks, Federal Highway Administration Seismic Performance of Geosynthetic-Encased Stone Columns ( ) - A06 Erol Guler, Bogazici University, Turkey; Dimiter Alexiew, Huesker Synthetic GmbH, Germany; Aiyoub Abbaspour, Bogazici University, Turkey; Mustafa Koc, ELC Group, Turkey 622 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Strength and Deformation of Chemically Stabilized Materials Angelica M. Palomino, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, presiding Sponsored by Cementitious Stabilization Committee; Chemical, Mechanical, and Asphalt Stabilization Committee; and Soil Mechanics Section Lime Diffusion and Implications for Lime Stabilization Practice ( ) - A08 Paul Beetham, Tom Dijkstra, and Neil Dixon, Loughborough University, United Kingdom Nondestructive Testing of Cementitiously Stabilized Materials Using Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Test ( ) - A10 Tirupan Mandal, James M. Tinjum, and Tuncer B. Edil, University of Wisconsin, Madison Strength and Fracture Characteristics of Full-Depth Reclamation with Cement Stabilizer ( ) - A12 Hui Li, University of California, Davis; Zhang Chen, Tongji University, China; Yuan He and John Harvey, University of California, Davis Stabilization of Silt Using Lignin-Based Bioenergy Coproduct ( ) - A14 Guojun Cai, Tao Zhang, and Songyu Liu, Southeast University, China; Anand J. Puppala, University of Texas, Arlington Comparison of Full-Depth Reclamation with Foamed Asphalt and Full-Depth Reclamation with No Stabilizer in Accelerated Loading Test ( ) - A15 David Jones, Rongzong Wu, and Stefan Louw, University of California, Davis Strength and Deformation Testing of Chemically Stabilized Recycled Asphalt Pavement-Limerock Base Course Blends ( ) - A16 Albert M. Bleakley and Paul J. Cosentino, Florida Institute of Technology Effect of Chemical Additives on Strength of Dune Sand-Lime- Fly Ash Mixtures Cured at Low Temperature ( ) - A17 Manuel Mateos, Madrid, Spain Compressive Strength of Asphalt Emulsion Treated Base Material Stabilized with Portland Cement ( ) - A18 W. Spencer Guthrie, Lisa Gurney, and Dennis L. Eggett, Brigham Young University TUE 193

196 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE 623 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Testing and Modeling of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 684) Roberto Soares, PSI Technologies, Inc., Canada, presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Asphalt Paving Mixtures to Meet Structural Requirements Committee Evolution of Thermoviscoelastic Properties of Asphalt Mixtures with Oxidative Aging ( ) - E02 Nathan Morian, Nevada Department of Transportation; Mohammad Zia Alavi, Elie Y Hajj, and Peter E. Sebaaly, University of Nevada, Reno Comparing Temperature-Induced Fatigue Damage with Traffic- Induced Fatigue Damage in Asphalt Concrete ( ) - E03 Md. Rashadul Islam and Rafiqul Alam Tarefder, University of New Mexico Development of a New Test Method for Evaluating Fatigue Behavior of Asphalt Mixtures Under Tension-Compression Loading Mode ( ) - E04 Zhesheng Ge, South China University of Technology; Hao Wang, Rutgers University; Yangyang Wang and Xiaoqian Hu, South China University of Technology Binder, Mastic, and Mixture Fatigue Characterization Using Cyclic Uniaxial Strain Sweep Test ( ) - E05 Felix Edmundo Perez-Jimenez, Ramon Botella Nieto, and Rodrigo Miró, Universidad Politecnica de Cataluña, Spain; Antonio Paez, Francisco José Barceló-Martínez, and Virgina Carrera, REPSOL, Spain Experimental Characterization of Mode-Dependent Fracture Behavior of Asphalt Mixtures Using Semicircular Bend Test ( ) - E06 Soohyok Im, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Hoki Ban, Dankook University, South Korea; Yong-Rak Kim, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Proposed Improvements to Overlay Test for Determining Cracking Resistance of Asphalt Mixtures ( ) - E07 Wangyu Ma, Nam Tran, and Adam Joel Taylor, National Center for Asphalt Technology; Xinghai Li, Southeast University, China Comparison of Fatigue Damage, Healing, and Endurance Limit Using Beam and Uniaxial Fatigue Tests ( ) - E08 Waleed Abdelaziz Zeiada, Arizona State University; Mena I. Souliman, University of Nevada, Reno; Kamil E. Kaloush, Michael S. Mamlouk, and Shane Underwood, Arizona State University Numerical-Experimental Approach to Characterize Fracture Properties of Asphalt Mixtures at Low In-Service Temperatures ( ) - E09 Francisco Thiago Sacramento Aragao and Diego Arthur Hartmann, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Yong-Rak Kim, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Laura Maria Goretti da Motta, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Mohammad Haft-Javaherian, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Experimental Method to Quantify Overall Damage and Healing in Asphalt Composites Using Continuum Damage Approach ( ) - E10 Pravat Karki and Amit Bhasin, University of Texas, Austin; Dallas N. Little, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Measurement of Internal Stress During Recovery of Asphalt Mixtures ( ) - E11 Xue Luo and Rong Luo, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Robert Leonard Lytton, Texas A&M University Systematic Approach for Calibration and Validation of Comprehensive Constitutive Model for Asphalt Mixtures ( ) - E12 Taesun You, Eyad A. Masad, and Rashid K. Abu Al-Rub, Texas A&M University; Emad Kassem and Dallas N. Little, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Distribution and Quantification of Force Chains in Asphalt Mixture Using the Discrete Element Method ( ) - E13 Jianzhong Pei, Mingfeng Chang, Yu Liu, and Shuanfa Chen, Chang an University, China Use of Fine Aggregate Matrix Mixtures to Evaluate Deformation Characteristics of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures ( ) - E14 Soohyok Im, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Hoki Ban, Dankook University, South Korea; Yong-Rak Kim, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Enhanced Finite Element Multiscaling Approach for Prediction of Mechanical Response of Asphalt Mixtures ( ) - E15 Amir Arshadi, Hassan A. Tabatabaee, Nima Roohi Sefidmazgi, and Hussain U. Bahia, University of Wisconsin, Madison Modeling the Response of Asphalt Concrete with Pavement Analysis Using Nonlinear Damage Approach Model ( ) - E16 Masoud K. Darabi and Dallas N. Little, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Rashid K. Abu Al-Rub and Eyad A. Masad, Texas A&M University Development and Validation of a Generalized Viscoplastic Yield Surface Model for Asphalt Concrete ( ) - E17 Yuqing Zhang, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Michelle Bernhardt, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Giovanna Biscontin, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; Rong Luo, Texas A&M Transportation Institute; Robert Leonard Lytton, Texas A&M University Application of Time-Temperature Superposition Principle in Prediction of Cumulative Plastic Strain in Repeated Load Permanent Deformation Tests ( ) - E18 Sadaf Khosravifar, Sayyed Intikhab Haider, and Charles W. Schwartz, University of Maryland Simulation of Effect of Horizontal Aggregate Distribution on Indirect Tensile Test of Asphalt Mixtures Using Discrete Element Method ( ) - E20 Yong Peng, Zhejiang University, China 624 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Marriott, Salon 2 Warm-Mix Asphalt Matthew R. Corrigan, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Characteristics of Nonasphalt Components of Asphalt Paving Mixtures Committee Comparison of Field Aging Characteristics of Warm-Mix Asphalt ( ) - B16 Shih-Hsien Yang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; Hao Wang, Rutgers University; Anthony Keita, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan Evaluation of Optimum Short-Term Aging Temperature for SBS- Modified Warm-Mix Asphalt Mixtures ( ) - B18 Sungun Kim, Sung-Jin Lee, Yeobin Youn, and Kwang-Woo Kim, Kangwon National University, South Korea Characterizing Compactability of High RAP and Warm-Mix Asphalt Mixtures in Superpave Gyratory Compactor ( ) - C03 Andrew Braham, University of Arkansas; Jason Bausano, MeadWestvaco Corporation, China; Todd A. Lynn, Thunderhead Testing, LLC; Richard K. Steger, Majeska & Associates; Roger Pyle, Pine Test Equipment, LLC

197 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Laboratory Performance-Based Cost Assessment of Warm-Mix Asphalt Concrete Technologies ( ) - C05 Christopher DeDene, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Shu Wei Goh, Mohd Rosli Mohd Hasan, and Zhanping You, Michigan Technological University Comparison of Procedures to Predict Moisture Susceptibility Characteristics in Warm-Mix Asphalt ( ) - C07 James Brandon, Sheila Hines, David Mark Jared, Binh Bui, and Yusuf Ahmed, Georgia Department of Transportation Influence of Warm-Mix Asphalt Additive and Dosage Rate on Construction and Performance of Bituminous Pavements ( ) - C09 Ashley Faye Buss, Yu Kuang, and Ronald Christopher Williams, Iowa State University; Jason Bausano, MeadWestvaco Corporation, China; Andrew Cascione, Iowa State University; Scott Alan Schram, Iowa Department of Transportation Evaluation of Performance of Warm-Mix Asphalt in Washington State ( ) - C11 Nathan Bower, Haifang Wen, and Shenghua Wu, Washington State University; Kim A. Willoughby, Jim Weston, and Joe DeVol, Washington State Department of Transportation Characterization of Warm-Mix Asphalt Additives Using Direct Contact Angle Measurements and Surface Free Energies ( ) - C13 Rifat Bulut, Oklahoma State University Low-Temperature Characterization of Foamed Warm-Mix Asphalt Produced by Water Injection ( ) - C15 Ahmad A Alhasan and Ala Rebhi Abbas, University of Akron; Munir D. Nazzal, Ohio University, Athens; Samer H Dessouky, University of Texas, San Antonio; Ayman W Ali, University of Akron; David B. Powers, Ohio Department of Transportation Laboratory and Field Evaluation of Warm-Mix Asphalt in Brazil ( ) - C17 Rosangela Motta, Liedi Bariani Bernucci, and Perola Vasconcellos, University of São Paulo, Brazil; Valeria Faria, Grupo CCR, Brazil; Jose Fernando Leal, Quimigel Ltda, Brazil 625 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Contemporary Research on Intermodal Freight Transportation, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 712) Md. Sarder, University of Southern Mississippi, presiding Sponsored by Intermodal Freight Transport Committee Analysis of Intermodal Transportation Alternatives Using Analytic Hierarchy Process in Brazilian Manufacturing ( ) - 27 Maira Silva Aguiar, Renato Silva Lima, and Josiane Palma Lima, Federal University of Itajuba, Brazil 626 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Current Issues in International Trade and Transportation Edward D. McCormack, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, presiding Sponsored by International Trade and Transportation Committee Container Shipping Network Optimization Based on Steering Vector Search Pattern ( ) - 20 Wenyuan Wang, Yong Zhou, Zijian Guo, and Xiangqun Song, Dalian University of Technology, China Assessing Long-Run Determinants of Cross-Border Freight Flows Between the United States and Canada ( ) - 21 Junwook Chi, University of Hawaii, Manoa Influence of U.S. Manufacturing Reshoring on Freight Volume of China North America Route ( ) - 22 Iaowen Yan and Chunxia Lu, Jiaotong University, China Agent-Based Analysis and Simulation of Shipbuilding Industrial Cluster ( ) - 23 Jianing Zheng, Hao Hu, and Lei Dai, Jiaotong University, China Exploratory Study to Forecast Global Maritime Commodity Trade and Container Demand ( ) - 24 Ghim Ping Ong and Weng Sut Sou, National University of Singapore Framework Development of Shipping Market Early-Warning System by Using Prosperity Index: Case Study of Shanghai Dry Bulk Shipping Market ( ) - 28 Jing Chen and Linjun Lu, Jiaotong University, China; Jian John Lu, University of South Florida; Chenming Jiang, Jiaotong University, China 627 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Current Research on Container Terminal Operations Nathan N. Huynh, University of South Carolina, presiding Sponsored by Intermodal Freight Terminal Design and Operations Committee Local Sequence-Cut Method for Automated Guided Vehicle Dispatching Problem at Automated Container Terminals with Tandem Lift Quay Cranes ( ) - 25 Yao Xing, Kai Yin, Luca Quadrifoglio, and Xiubin Bruce Wang, Texas A&M University Improving Seaside Operations at Marine Container Terminals ( ) - 26 Maxim A Dulebenets and Mihalis M. Golias, University of Memphis; William Curt Heaslet, FedEx Express TUE Visit the Exhibits to see a variety of transportation-related products and services showcased by commercial organizations and TRB Sponsors; for Exhibitor Listings and Floor Plans, see pages

198 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE 628 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Intercity Passenger Rail Valerio Oricchio, T.Y. Lin International, presiding Sponsored by Intercity Passenger Rail Committee Railway Infrastructure Pricing in Europe for High-Speed and Intercity Services: State of the Practice and Recent Evolution ( ) - 01 Paulo Fonseca Teixeira, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal; Aleksandr Prodan, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal Carbon Reduction Potential Through High-Speed Rail Airline Partnerships in the United Kingdom ( ) - 02 Holly Alice Edwards, Darron Dixon-Hardy, and Zia Wadud, University of Leeds, United Kingdom Who Supports High-Speed Passenger Rail? Characteristics and Attitudes of Supporters ( ) - 03 Katie A. Larsen, University of Texas, Austin Modified Local Search Heuristics for Train Scheduling on Single-Line Track in Thailand ( ) - 04 Ampol Karoonsoontawong and Apisak Taptana, King Mongkut s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand New Approach for Estimation of Railway Service Reliability ( ) - 05 Giovanni Longo and Giorgio Medeossi, University of Trieste, Italy; Valerio Oricchio, T.Y. Lin International Demand Adaptation Toward New Transport Modes: Case of High-Speed Rail in Taiwan ( ) - 06 Yeun-Touh Joe Li, Jan-Dirk Schmöcker, and Satoshi Fujii, Kyoto University, Japan Long-Term User and Community Impacts of High-Speed Rail in the Midwest Corridor ( ) - 07 Jeffrey Peters, En-Pei Han, Daniel Delaurentis, and Srinivas Peeta, Purdue University The Open Secret: Critical Factors for Chinese High-Speed Rail Development ( ) - 08 Rongfang Liu and Liu Lv, New Jersey Institute of Technology Simulating the Impact of High-Speed Network on Performance of Other Transport Operators: High-Speed Rail on Lisbon Oporto Link ( ) - 16 Manuel Brando, Olga Petrik, Filipe Moura, Ryan Allard, and João de Abreu e Silva, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal High-Speed Railways and Local Growth: Exploratory Assessment Based on French Experience ( ) - 17 Koning Martin, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks; Corinne Blanquart, French National Institute for Transport and Safety Research; Marie Delaplace, University of East Paris, France 629 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Shoreham, Blue Room Foyer Deadlock Avoidance and Detection In Railway Simulation Systems ( ) - 11 Bertrand Simon, Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France; Brigitte Jaumard and Thai Hoa Le, Concordia University, Canada Generic Description of Railway Operating Processes ( ) - 12 Silko Hoeppner and Ulrich Alois Weidmann, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich Modeling Benefit of Simultaneous Train Rerouting and Rescheduling on N-track Network ( ) - 13 Lingyun Meng, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Xuesong Zhou, Arizona State University Review of Online Dynamic Models and Algorithms for Railway Traffic Rescheduling ( ) - 14 Francesco Corman, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Lingyun Meng, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Closing the Loop in Railway Traffic Management ( ) - 15 Francesco Corman and Egidio Quaglietta, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands Optimization of Rail Energy Conservation Through Adoption of Varying Coasting Strategies: Case Study of Long Island Rail Road s Flatbush Branch ( ) - 18 Leon A. Allen, Long Island Rail Road; I-Jy Chien, New Jersey Institute of Technology 630 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Analytic Tools for Transit Service Planning Brendon Hemily, Hemily and Associates, presiding Sponsored by Public Transportation Planning and Development Committee Flexible Feeder Transit System for Chinese Cities: Service Area Determination and Feeder Route Planning ( ) - C07 Shuliang Pan and Jie Yu, Shandong University, China; Xianfeng Yang, University of Maryland, College Park; Yue Liu, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Nan Zou, Shandong University, China Synchronizing Public-Transport Transfers Using Intervehicle Communication Scheme: Case Study ( ) - C09 Tao Liu, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Avishai Ceder, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Jihui Ma and Wei Guan, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Transit Signal Priority Favorability Score: Planning Tool to Rank Transit Signal Priority Investments ( ) - C11 Amy Bernknopf, Joshua M. Rocks, Sean Lawrence, Gregory R. Krykewycz, and Elizabeth He, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Railroad Operating Technologies Mark H. Dingler, CSX Transportation, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Railroad Operating Technologies Committee Optimization of Railcar Connection Plan in a Classification Yard ( ) - 09 Haodong Li and Rui Song, Beijing Jiaotong University, China; Mingzhou Jin, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Shiwei He, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Bound Search Algorithm and Iterative Refinements for Scheduling Extra Train Paths ( ) - 10 Yuyan Tan, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany Have Comments? Your suggestions and comments help us improve TRB products and services. Send comments about this meeting and ideas for future TRB meetings to

199 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 631 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Bus Transit Research and Practices Joseph L. SanClemente, Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Bus Transit Systems Committee Bus Rapid Transit System Deployment for High-Quality and Cost-effective Transit Service: Comprehensive Review and Comparative Analysis ( ) - C01 Guohui Zhang and Vernon Joseph Racehorse, University of New Mexico Shuttle Transit System Evaluation Methodology: Performance, Characterization, and Optimization ( ) - C03 Jeffrey R. Lidicker and Juan Argote, University of California, Berkeley; Vikash V. Gayah, Pennsylvania State University; Julia B. Griswold, University of California, Berkeley; Kristen Carnarius, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency; Taylor Reece Ehrick, Kimley-Horn & Associates, Inc.; Ericka Sheeran, Michigan Technological University Dynamic Controls for Bus Rapid Transit System at Station- Neared Intersections ( ) - C05 Yongjie Lin, Shandong University, China; Xianfeng Yang, University of Maryland, College Park; Nan Zou, Shandong University, China Drivers Lane-Changing Behavior at Bus Stops on Three-Lane Roadways ( ) - D02 Jung-Taek Lee, Young-Jun Kweon, Randy Dittberner, and Ivan M. Horodyskyj, Virginia Department of Transportation Commuter Mode Choice Forecast Considering Bus Rapid Transit Under Construction: Case Study of Yichang, China ( ) - D04 Mei-Ping Yun, Tongji University, China; Xian-Wei Liu, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, China A Limited for the 21st Century: Applying BRT Principles to Create Select Bus Service on Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island ( ) - D06 Eric Beaton, New York City Department of Transportation; Theodore Orosz, New York City Transit Authority; Robert Thompson, New York City Department of Transportation; Darnell Tyson, New York City Transit; Richard Ravit, AECOM Bus with High Level of Service in Nantes, France: Characteristics and Results of BusWay in Relation to Light-Rail Transit ( ) - D08 Emilio Conles, Margarita Novales, Alfonso Orro, and Javier Anta, University of Coruna, Spain Analysis of Bus Commuters Travel Characteristics Using Smart Card Data: Case of Shenzhen, China ( ) - D10 Xinyi Shi and Lin HangFei, Tongji University, China Proper Bus Stop Location from an Intersection Considering Traffic Safety ( ) - D12 Sang-Woo Park, Korea Transport Institute; Dae-Lyoung Eom, Road Traffic Authority, South Korea Flex-Scheduling for Bus Arrival Time Prediction ( ) - E01 Troy A. Hernandez, Tsinghua University, China Evaluation of Presignals at Oversaturated Signalized Intersections ( ) - E02 S. Ilgin Guler and Monica Menendez, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich Econometric Analysis of Transit Rolling Stock Costs of Motorized Bus and Demand-Response Modes ( ) - E03 Jackeline Murillo Hoyos, Mohammad Arman, and Samuel Labi, Purdue University High Cost of Low Emissions Standards for Bus-Based Public Transport Operators in India: Evidence from Bangalore ( ) - E04 Timothy Fok, EMBARQ India; Ashwin G. Prabhu and Prashanth Bachu, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute, India TRANSMILENIO Bus Rapid Transit Capacity Determination Using Microsimulation Model in VISSIM ( ) - E05 Miguel Angel Ortiz and Juan Pablo Bocarejo, Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia Development of Automated Vehicle Location Data-Based System to Improve Bus Service at New York City Transit ( ) - E06 Brian Levine, Shrisan Iyer, and Alla V. Reddy, New York City Transit Authority Red Bus Lane Treatment Evaluation ( ) - E07 Steven P. Scalici, STV Inc.; William Carry, New York City Department of Transportation; Martin Hartmann, STV Inc.; Eric T. Donnell, Pennsylvania State University; Zoltan Rado, Pennsylvania Transportation Institute Transit Signal Priority with Connected Vehicle Technology ( ) - E08 Jia Hu, University of Virginia; Brian Park, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research; Emily Parkany, University of Virginia Zonal Express Service Generation Heuristics ( ) - E09 Homero Larrain, Juan Carlos Munoz, and Ricardo Giesen, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile All Aboard at All Doors: Route Selection and Running Time Savings Estimation for Multiscenario All-Door Bus Boarding ( ) - E10 Colin Stewart and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, McGill University, Canada Comparison of Model-Based and Machine Learning Approaches for Bus Arrival Time Prediction ( ) - F02 Vivek Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur; Anil Kumar, Lelitha Devi Vanajakshi, and Shankar Coimbatore Subramanian, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Modeling Bus Rapid Transit Station Bus Queuing for Line Operational Assessment ( ) - F04 Rakkitha Widanapathiranage, Jonathan Michael Bunker, and Ashish Bhaskar, Queensland University of Technology, Australia BRT and Bus Priority Corridors: Scenario for the American Continent ( ) - F06 Luis Antonio Lindau, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil; Guillermo Petzhold and Cristina Albuquerque Moreira da Silva, EMBARQ Brazil; Daniela Facchini, Centro de Transporte Sustentável do Brasil Bus Network Modification Problem: New Approach to Bus Network Design ( ) - F08 Mohammad Hossein Zamanian, Iran University of Science and Technology; Navid Kalantari, Sharan Transportation Research Center, Iran; S. M. Mahdi Amiripour, Iran University of Science and Technology TUE 197

200 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE 632 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Cutting-Edge International Carsharing Research Elliot W. Martin, University of California, Berkeley, presiding Sponsored by Emerging and Innovative Public Transport and Technologies Committee Empirical Data Analysis of Free-Floating Carsharing Systems ( ) - G01 Stefan Michael Schmöller, Johannes Müller, Klaus Bogenberger, and Simone Weikl, University of the German Federal Armed Forces, Munich Usage and Impacts of Emerging Carsharing Business Models: Evidence from Peer-to-Peer and Business-to-Business Market Segments ( ) - G02 Matthew Clark, Steer Davies Gleave, United Kingdom; Kate Gifford, carplus, United Kingdom; Scott Le Vine, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Assessing the Impact of Carsharing on Household Car Ownership in Montreal, Canada ( ) - G03 Mary Gisele Y. Klincevicius, Catherine Morency, and Martin Trepanier, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada Flexible Carsharing Operations ( ) - G04 Jorge Andres Barrios, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.; Jean C. Doig Godier, University of California, Berkeley Travel Behavior of Carshare Members in Halifax, Canada: Modeling Trip Purpose and Mode Choice in Absence of Carshare Service ( ) - G05 Mahmudur Rahman Fatmi and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib, Dalhousie University, Canada Modeling the Propensity to Join Carsharing Using Hybrid Choice and Latent Variable Models and Mixed Internet Paper Survey Data ( ) - G06 Dimitrios Efthymiou and Constantinos Antoniou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Exploring Demographic Market Segments for Peer-to-Peer Carsharing Programs ( ) - G08 Roger B. Chen, Nathan Winslow McNeil, and Jennifer Dill, Portland State University Study on Feasibility and Potential Benefits of Organized Carsharing in Ireland ( ) - G10 Niamh Rabbitt, Mark Dyer, and Bidisha Ghosh, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland 633 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 688) Fawn Thompson, Federal Highway Administration, presiding Sponsored by Design Section This session showcases the innovative research of the 2013 Eisenhower fellowship recipients. Students from top universities across the nation will present posters on a broad array of significant research topics including congestion mitigation, infrastructure development and investment, safety, security, emerging green technologies, and a host of other relevant transportation topics. Logistics of Transporting Hazardous Materials - J01 Arlaidra Salter, North Carolina A&T State University Rerouting Arizona Highway 89 - J02 Leondo Benally, Northern Arizona University Understanding the Complexity of Alaska s Rural Air Transportation - J03 Stephanie Ashcraft, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Downsized Scale Single Point Diamond Interchange - J04 Mary Kinsler, California State University, Los Angeles Urban Forestry, Mixed Land Use, and Greenhouse Gases: Comparative Analysis of Two Municipalities - J05 Moses Eben, Alabama A&M University Computationally Efficient Optimization Method for Traffic Signal Problems - J06 Linsen Chong, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Rapid Structural Assessment of Bridge Structures Subjected to Severe Earthquakes - J07 Carlos Gaviria Mendoza, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Virtual Analysis and Evaluation of Roundabout Safety and Operational Features - J08 Elisha Jackson Wankogere, Western Michigan University Risk Identification of Aviation Engine Components Using Fischer Tropsch Process Fuels: Gas-to-Liquid and Coal-to- Liquid - J09 James Oleen, University of Maryland, Eastern Shore Effect of Overweight Vehicles on New York State Department of Transportation Highway Bridges - J10 Johnny Nunez, City College of New York Who Benefits from Regional Sustainability Initiatives? Assessing Social Equity Outcomes and Factors Associated with Equitable Distribution of Benefits from Regional Rail Transit - J11 Kara S. Luckey, University of Colorado, Denver Smart Cane - J12 Jamar Holmes and Mario Campbell, Virginia State University Nighttime Visibility of Lane Dividers - J13 Shaakirah Lee, Community College of Baltimore County Developing Framework for Decision Making by Integrating and Evaluating Economic, Environmental, and Social Considerations in Construction of Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure - J14 Sundeep Inti, University of Texas, El Paso Fire Danger in a Mountain Town: Routes of Egress and Safety Concerns - J15 Morgan Lewis, Butte Community College 634 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Innovations in Ridesharing and Other Transportation Demand Management Strategies Lori Diggins, LDA Consulting, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Demand Management Committee This session provides insights about new approaches to reducing vehicle trip making and congestion with a variety of innovative ridesharing and other demand management strategies. Included among the innovative strategies are dynamic real-time ride matching, real-time and predicted traveler information that provides travel times by various alternative routes and modes, financial incentives to use alternative modes or to change time of travel, and a web-based personalized travel planning tool. Evaluation of Carpooling Program in University Setting Using Stated-Preference Survey ( ) - G07 Rami Charles Harb, Atkins North America; Joe Defrancisco, Lochner; Essam Radwan, University of Central Florida Personalized Travel Plans in the Workplace: Case Study ( ) - G09 Caroline Bartle, University of the West of England, United Kingdom; Erel Avineri, Tel Aviv Academic College of Engineering, Israel

201 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Behavior Insights for Incentive-Based Active Demand Management Platform ( ) - H16 Xianbiao Hu and Yi-Chang Chiu, University of Arizona; Steve Delgado, Metropia Inc. Community Rideshare for a Small City: Preliminary Results for Lawrence OnBoard Prototype Program ( ) - H18 Anne E. Dunning, University of Kansas; Jennifer O Brien, Lawrence OnBoard Agent-Based Model for Dynamic Ridesharing ( ) - H20 Mehdi Nourinejad and Matthew J. Roorda, University of Toronto, Canada 635 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Innovations in Transit Planning and Evaluation Caroline Jane Rodier, University of California, Davis, presiding Sponsored by Emerging and Innovative Public Transport and Technologies Committee Pattern-Based Bus Arrival Time Prediction Under Heterogeneous Traffic Conditions ( ) - F01 Anil Kumar, Lelitha Devi Vanajakshi, and Shankar Coimbatore Subramanian, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Energy-Efficient Framework for Indoor and Outdoor Tracking of Public Transit Passengers Using Bluetooth-Enabled Devices ( ) - F03 Yuval Hadas, Bar Ilan University, Israel; Boaz Ben Moshe and Harel Levi, Ariel University Center, Israel Piloting Low-Cost Transit Service Enhancements Through Agency Collaboration ( ) - F05 Tanya M. Flint, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority; Gregory R. Krykewycz, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission; Ariel Ben-Amos and Patricia Ellis, City of Philadelphia Development of Data-Driven Platform for Transit Performance Measures Using Smart Card Data and GPS Data ( ) - F07 Xiaolei Ma and Yinhai Wang, University of Washington; Yong Wang, Chongqing Jiaotong University, China Evaluation of GHG Emission Reduction Potential for Transit Service with Different Bus Technologies ( ) - F09 Jan-Mou Li, Zhenhong Lin, Tim LaClair, and Diane Davidson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Yanzhi Xu, Randall Guensler, Michael Owen Rodgers, and Dong-Yeon Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology Benchmarking of Personal Rapid Transit System: Dynamic Model ( ) - F10 Udit Jain and P. K. Sarkar, School of Planning and Architecture, India; Anupam Vibhuti, Worxpace CPL, India Employment Opportunities Visit the Marriott, Madison B to match job seekers with opportunities :00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Parking Revolution from A(sset Management) to Z(oning) Lisa Jacobson, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, presiding Sponsored by Transportation Demand Management Committee and Parking Management Joint Subcommittee A Handshake and a Smile: Impact of Soft Sell Approach to Parking Mitigation on Campus of University of California, Berkeley ( ) - H01 William W Riggs, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; Jessica Kuo, University of California, Berkeley Transforming Parking Meter Program in Washington, D.C., Using Lean Six Sigma Based Asset Management ( ) - H03 Soumya Dey, District of Columbia Department of Transportation Proactive Approach to Minimize Parking Search Time on University Campuses ( ) - H05 Ali Moradkhany, Ibrahem Mahmoud Shatnawi, and Ping Yi, University of Akron Analysis of Spatial Locations and Attributes of Surface Parking Lots and Their Effects on Cityscape in Historic Central Districts in Kyoto, Japan, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ( ) - H07 Tetsuharu Oba, Kyoto University, Japan; Hiroyuki Iseki, University of Maryland, College Park Attitudes About Parking Requirements: Survey of Local Officials ( ) - H09 Arianna Allahyar, Parsons Brinckerhoff; Richard William Willson, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Exploiting New Sensor Technologies for Real-Time Parking Prediction in Urban Areas ( ) - H11 Eleni I. Vlahogianni and Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece; Vassileios Tsetsos, Mobics Ltd., Greece; Matthew G. Karlaftis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece Parking Search: Review and Future Research Direction ( ) - H13 Sarah Brooke, Stephen Ison, and Mohammed A. Quddus, Loughborough University, United Kingdom Intelligent Guided and Automated Parking System for Micro- Sized Electric Vehicles with Wireless Charging Capability ( ) - H14 In-Soo Suh, Kibeom Lee, and Karam Hwang, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Managing Congestion: Evaluating Effectiveness of Nottingham Workplace Parking Levy ( ) - H15 Jonathan Burchell, Stephen Ison, and Marcus Paul Enoch, Loughborough University, United Kingdom Demand for Carpool Parking Sites Near Motorways ( ) - H17 David Saura Blasco and Florian Michael Heinitz, Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany Case Study of Near-Downtown University Campus Parking Problems ( ) - H19 Keaton Clarence Browder and Deo Chimba, Tennessee State University; Andre Boykin, Illinois Department of Transportation TUE 199

202 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE 637 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Tools for Analyzing Transit Ridership Demand or Network Flows Brendon Hemily, Hemily and Associates, presiding Sponsored by Public Transportation Planning and Development Committee Multiclass Traffic Assignment Model for Predicting Transit Passenger Flows: Case Study of Beijing Subway Network ( ) - C02 Si Bingfeng, Beijing Jiaotong University; Liping Fu, University of Waterloo, Canada Sequential Framework for Short-Term Passenger Flow Prediction on Bus Stops ( ) - C04 Min Gong, Xiang Fei, Zhihu Wang, and Yunjie Qiu, IBM Research, China Determinants of Mode Share over Time: How a Changing Transport System Affects Transit Use in Toronto, Canada ( ) - C06 Nicole Foth, Kevin Manaugh, and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, McGill University, Canada Attempt to Use Precise Land Use Data in Transit Station Ridership Forecasting ( ) - C08 Shuwei Wang, Lishan Sun, and Jian Rong, Beijing University of Technology, China Longitudinal Analysis of Influence of Sociodemographic and Land Use Features on Transit Ridership ( ) - C10 Dohyung Kim, California Polytechnic State University, Pomona; Simon Choi, Southern California Association of Governments; Yongjin Ahn, University of Southern California Simulating Effects of Different Real-Time Transit Information Usage Strategies ( ) - C12 Achille Fonzone, Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom; Jan-Dirk Schmöcker, Kyoto University, Japan 638 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Transit Passenger Loyalty, Perceptions, and Behaviors Henning Eichler, Southern California Regional Rail Authority, presiding Sponsored by Public Transportation Marketing and Fare Policy Committee Characterizing Long-Term Transit Service Consumption and Fare Usage Patterns with Disaggregate Smart Card Data ( ) - B01 Ka Kee Alfred Chu, Agence Metropolitaine de Transport, Canada Quantifying the Impacts of a Commuter Benefits Program: Case Study of MBTA Corporate Pass Program ( ) - B03 Dianne Kamfonik and David Block-Schachter, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Transitory Optimism: Changes in Passenger Perception Following Bus Service Improvement over Time ( ) - B05 Ehab Ismail Diab and Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, McGill University, Canada Benchmarking Trends in Transit Passenger Information Website Design Performance: International Study ( ) - B07 Graham Currie and Chris De Gruyter, Monash University, Australia Trading Public Transport Travel Demand for Electronic Coupons Through Mobile Device Fare Collection ( ) - B09 Joseph Y. J. Chow, Ryerson University, Canada Case Study Analysis of New Fare Payment Systems in Public Transit ( ) - B10 Joel Anders, Atlanta, Georgia; Candace Brakewood and Kari Edison Watkins, Georgia Institute of Technology Mobility Behavior of Season Ticket Holders in Germany ( ) - B11 Bastian Chlond, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; Matthias Wirtz, Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund Servicegesellschaft mbh, Germany; Tatjana Streit, Christine Weiss, and Peter Vortisch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany Measuring Passengers Loyalty to Public Transport Modes ( ) - B12 Yoram Shiftan, Yotam Barlach, and Dani Shefer, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology 639 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Transit Planning Experience Joana Conklin, Foursquare Integrated Transportation Planning, presiding Sponsored by Public Transportation Planning and Development Committee M-1 Rail Public-Private Partnership: Success in Context of Historic Failures of Transit Initiatives in Metro Detroit, Michigan ( ) - B02 Alan S. Hoback and Leo Hanifin, University of Detroit Mercy; Scott Anderson, Consultant; Claudia Bernasconi and Scott Douglas, University of Detroit Mercy Pedestrian Street Crossing Behavior near Transit Stop in an Urban Center ( ) - B04 Daniel M. Dulaski, Northeastern University Complete Transit-Oriented Development: Connecting Governance, Built Environment, and Travel Behavior in North America and Europe ( ) - B06 Dea Suzanne van Lierop and Ana Tepavac, McGill University, Canada; Kees Maat, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, McGill University, Canada Exploring Synergy in Bicycle and Transit Use: Empirical Evidence at Two Scales ( ) - B08 Patrick A. Singleton and Kelly J. Clifton, Portland State University 640 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center Transportation and Sustainability Damon Fordham, Camdus Group, Inc., presiding Sponsored by Transportation and Sustainability Committee Moving Toward Sustainable Transport Systems in Asia ( ) - K01 Madan B. Regmi, Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific Readiness for Transport Climate Finance: Framework for Preconditions to Access Climate Finance in the Transport Sector ( ) - K03 Benoit Lefevre and David Leipziger, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute

203 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) Using a Degree of Urbanism to Compare How States Perform with Respect to Transportation Sustainability ( ) - K05 Jason Zheng, Central Connecticut Regional Planning Agency; Carol Atkinson-Palombo and Norman Garrick, University of Connecticut Transformation Toward Sustainable Mobility: Putting Principles of Sustainability into Practice for Policy and Planning ( ) - K07 Merja Liisa Hoppe, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland Toward Livability Ethics: Planning and Design Principles for Equitably Optimizing Quality-of-Life Opportunities ( ) - K09 Bruce Appleyard, San Diego State University Double Benefit from Right-of-Way Reallocation: Life-Cycle Perspective ( ) - K11 Alvaro Rodriguez-Valencia, University of California, Davis Framework for Assessing Transportation Sustainability Rating Systems for Implementation in U.S. State Departments of Transportation ( ) - K13 Sherona Patrice Simpson, Caroline M. Clevenger, and Mehmet Egemen Ozbek, Colorado State University; Emilia R. Kohlman Rabbani, Universidade de Pernambuco, Brazil; Rebecca Anne Atadero, Colorado State University Framework to Assess Sustainability of Transportation Systems Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process ( ) - K15 Md. Abdul Quddus, Homero Oliveira, and Ciprian Alecsandru, Concordia University, Canada Optimal Population Distribution in Sustainable Regional Development ( ) - K17 Mostafa Mollanejad and Lei Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park Exploring the Relationship Between Infrastructure Saturation and Peak Travel with Environmental Life-Cycle Assessment ( ) - K19 Andrew Michael Fraser and Mikhail Chester, Arizona State University 641 2:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m., Hilton, International Center TRB s Transit IDEA Program: Sponsoring Innovation in Transit Jon M. Williams, Transportation Research Board, presiding Sponsored by Transit IDEA Program Panel and Public Transportation Group Improving Bus Transit On-time Performance Through Use of Automatic Vehicle Location Data - A01 Jack M. Reilly, Pascal Systems Noncontact Electronic Wheel Gauge - A03 Robert Foss, International Electronic Machines Corporation Light Rail Transit-Street Grade Crossing Safety System - A05 Carl E. Conti, SIL4 Systems Inc. Innovative Operating Strategy for Paratransit Services - A07 Luca Quadrifoglio, Texas A&M University Expanded Role of Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation in Public Transportation - A09 John P. Walsh, Clever Devices Use of DriveCam in Public Transportation - A11 Rusty Weiss, DriveCam 642 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Delaware A Advances in Observing, Classifying, and Forecasting Winter Surface Conditions Torgeir Vaa, Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Canada, presiding Sponsored by Winter Maintenance Committee and Surface Transportation Weather Committee The ability to predict the accumulation of snow and ice and the results of snow and ice control activities assist maintenance crews in planning the most effective activities and help the public to plan winter travel during storm conditions. This session presents winter maintenance operations overlaid with the latest advances in the study of the effects of surface transportation weather. Study on Reproducibility of Friction Maps Under Snowy and Snow-Free Road Conditions ( ) Naoto Takahashi, Makoto Kiriishi, Roberto Abraham Tokunaga, and Tateki Ishida, Civil Engineering Research Institute for Cold Region, Japan; Katunobu Inoue and Hiroshi Matuhisa, Hokkaido Regional Development Bureau, Japan Evaluation of Halliday s Real-Time Traction Tool for Winter Road Friction Measurements ( ) Sahar Salimi, Somayeh Nassiri, and Alireza Bayat, University of Alberta, Canada How to Safely Operate Roadway Network and Vehicles During Winter ( ) Younshik Chung, Korea Transport Institute Winter Road Surface Condition Forecasting ( ) Feng Feng, City of Edmonton Office of Traffic Safety, Canada; Liping Fu, University of Waterloo, Canada Analysis of Road Surface Temperature for Each Road Section in Winter Using Thermal Mapping System ( ) Dukgeun Yun, Jaehong Park, and Junggon Sung, Korea Institute of Construction Technology 643 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Delaware B Behavior of Cementitiously Stabilized Layers William F. Barstis, Mississippi Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Cementitious Stabilization Committee Killing the Ettringite Reaction in Sulfate-Bearing Soils ( ) John Pat Harris, Sam Houston State University; Omar Harvey, University of Southern Mississippi; Leah Jackson and Meagan DePugh, Sam Houston State University; Anand J. Puppala, University of Texas, Arlington Modeling the Drying Process of Soils and Cementitiously Stabilized Soils ( ) Xiaojun Li, Haifang Wen, and Balasingam Muhunthan, Washington State University Performance Improvement from Deep Layers of Subgrade Stabilization Vincent Oloruntobi Ogunro, University of North Carolina, Charlotte Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Cement-Stabilized Aircraft Landing Zones Jeb S. Tingle, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center TUE 201

204 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 644 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall West 646 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall North HOT TOPIC TUE Designing for High-Speed Operations Ingrid B. Potts, MRIGlobal, presiding Sponsored by Operational Effects of Geometrics Committee Stochastic Model for Passing Rate at Passing Zones on Two- Lane Rural Highways ( ) Godfrey Mwesige, Makerere University, Uganda; Haneen Farah, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; Umaru Bagampadde, Makerere University, Uganda; Haris N. Koutsopoulos, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Risk Evaluation of Passing Sight Distance Standards Based on Observational Data ( ) Carlos Llorca and Ana Tsui Moreno, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain; Tarek Sayed, University of British Columbia, Canada; Alfredo Garcia, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain Operational Effects of Design of Access Points on Katy Freeway Managed Lanes ( ) Marcus A. Brewer, Texas A&M Transportation Institute Probabilistic Analysis of Freeway Deceleration Speed Change Lanes ( ) Ahmed Abdelnaby and Yasser Hassan, Carleton University, Canada 645 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland A Measuring Effectiveness of Pavement Maintenance and Preservation, Part 2 (Part 1, Session 583) Anita Bush, Nevada Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Pavement Maintenance Committee and Pavement Preservation Committee Evaluation of Pavement Maintenance Effectiveness for Washington State Department of Transportation ( ) Jianhua Li, David R. Luhr, Jeffrey S. Uhlmeyer and, Timothy Curtis Rydholm, Washington State Department of Transportation Pavement Performance Measures: How States See Good, Fair, and Poor ( ) Judith B. Corley-Lay, North Carolina Department of Transportation Long-Term Cost-effectiveness of Asphalt Pavement Pothole Patching Methods ( ) Qiao Dong, Baoshan Huang, and Xiaoyang Jia, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Evaluating the Impact of Pavement Preservation Surface Treatments on National Park Service Roadways ( ) David G. Peshkin and Prashant Ram, Applied Pavement Technology, Inc.; Michael David Voth, Federal Highway Administration 647 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Virginia B Fiber-Reinforced Polymers in Highway Structures: Celebrating Our Legacy and Anticipating Our Future, Part 1 (Part 2, Session 713) Issam E. Harik, University of Kentucky; Wael A. Zatar, Marshall University, presiding Sponsored by Structural Fiber Reinforced Polymers Committee Case Study of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer Repair of Precast, Prestressed Girders ( ) Ching Tsai, Dana Feng, and Arthur Wagner D Andrea, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development; Brice Carpenter, Bridge Diagnostics Inc. Estimating Design Values for Mechanical Properties of Composite Materials ( ) Ayman M. Okeil, Louisiana State University; Cheyenne Stelly, Loadmaster Derrick and Equipment Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Polymer Girders Topped with Segmental Precast Concrete Slabs for Accelerated Bridge Construction ( ) Hai D. Nguyen, Rahall Appalachian Transportation Institute; Wael A. Zatar, Marshall University; Hiroshi Mutsuyoshi, Saitama University, Japan Experimental Fatigue Evaluation of Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Polymer Concrete Bridge Truss Girders ( ) Mohammad Hadi Aghahassani, Mamdouh El-Badry, and Mohammad Hossein Moravvej Hamedani, University of Calgary, Canada Future Trends in Fiber-Reinforced Polymer: Design and Construction of Green Bridge Columns Monique Hite Head, Morgan State University Motorcycle Crashes: Understanding and Controlling Contributing Factors and Injurity Severity Sherry Williams, Motorcycle Safety Foundation, presiding Sponsored by Motorcycles and Mopeds Committee Examination of Feasibility of Alcohol Interlocks for Motorcycles Alan Scott McKnight, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation Aggregate- and Disaggregate-Level Assessments of the Effects of Helmet Use and Universal Helmet Laws on Motorcyclist Injuries and Fatalities ( ) Timothy Peter Barrette, Trevor Kirsch, Peter Tarmo Savolainen, Brendan James Russo, and Timothy Jordan Gates, Wayne State University Investigating a Unique Motorcycle Crash Cluster ( ) Bevan Kirley, Robert D. Foss, Arthur Goodwin, Natalie O Brien, and Stephanie Harrell, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Modeling Injury Severity of Single-Motorcycle Crashes on Curved Roadway Segments ( ) Zhenyu Wang, Chanyoung Lee, and Pei-Sung Lin, University of South Florida Insurance Collision Claim Risk by Length of Policy Matthew James Moore, Highway Loss Data Institute

205 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) 648 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Thurgood Marshall South 651 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 3 Recent Developments in End Result Specifications for Concrete Pavement Construction Timothy R. Sturges, Ohio Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Construction Committee; Rigid Pavement Design Committee; and Concrete Materials and Placement Techniques Committee End Result Specifications for Concrete Pavements: Overview of Developments and Future Directions Shiraz Tayabji, Applied Research Associates, Inc. Virginia s Experience with End Result Specifications Celik Ozyildirim, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research Benefits and Barriers to End Result Specifications Peter C. Taylor, Iowa State University 649 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Virginia A Special Topics for Steel Bridges Todd Helwig, University of Texas, Austin, presiding Sponsored by Steel Bridges Committee Effects of Realistic Heat-Straightening Repair on Damaged Steel Beams ( ) Young Moo Sohn, Amit Hariom Varma, and Hun Cha, Purdue University Effects of Fire Damage on Steel Bridge Elements ( ) Thomas Glen Bradt, Amit Hariom Varma, and Robert Connor, Purdue University; Brent A. Rankin, Innovative Scientific Solutions Inc. Life-Cycle Design of Steel Concrete Composite Bridges ( ) Christian Cremona, Laboratoire Central des Ponts et Chaussées, France Fatigue Reliability Indices for Steel Railway Bridges ( ) Anna Maria Rakoczy, Transportation Technology Center, Inc.; Andrzej S. Nowak, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Steve Dick, Transportation Technology Center, Inc :45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Salon 1 HOT TOPIC The Six-Minute Pitch: Transportation Start-up Challenge Shana Johnson, Foursquare Integrated Transportation Planning, presiding Sponsored by Young Members Council In this exciting session, young professionals pitch their ideas for the next big thing to a panel of successful transportation industry entrepreneurs and investors in just 6 min or less. Following each pitch, the panel will provide immediate feedback on the market potential, business model, and the incorporation of innovative technologies or techniques and the latest research in the pitch. An honorary winner will be declared at the end of this fast-paced, interactive session. Evaluation Panel Gabe Klein, Chicago Department of Transportation; Sean O Sullivan, Carma, Ireland; Chris Thomas, Fontinalis Partners, LLC; Sita Vasan, SwitchPitch 652 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland B Tweens and Teens: Increasing Their Safety Belt Use Ruth A. Shults, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, presiding Sponsored by Occupant Protection Committee and Operator Education and Regulation Committee Injury Profile, Sources, and Mechanisms in Tweens, Teens, and Young Adult Occupants in New South Wales, Australia Julie Brown, Neuroscience Research Australia Patterns of Seat Belt Use Among Teenagers and Effective Counter Anne T. McCartt, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Prioritizing Child and Adolescent Occupant Protection in Safety of Rear Seat Dennis Durbin, Children s Hospital of Philadelphia Nonuse of Seat Belts Among 8- to 14-Year-Olds: Key Insights to Inform Creative Concept Development Elizabeth Graziosi, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration TUE State Department of Transportation CEO Critical Issues Roundtable, Part 3: Evolving to Systems Management and Operations Culture (Part 1, Session 538; Part 2, Session 589) Donald Hunt, Colorado Department of Transportation, presiding Sponsored by TRB Executive Committee All modes are being challenged to operate their systems more efficiently; however, this is a particular challenge for publicly provided infrastructure because of a lack of resources and organization for this task. A panel of state department of transportation CEOs will discuss this transportation services paradigm shift: how can agencies established to build systems adapt to the need to operate them efficiently, making sound decisions about innovations, technologies, and operating practices to improve system performance? Panelists Michael P. Lewis, Rhode Island Department of Transportation; Michael W. Hancock, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet; Joan McDonald, New York State Department of Transportation TRB Annual Meeting Online TRB continues to implement measures to bring more of the TRB Annual Meeting to employees of TRB sponsor organizations, with an emphasis on those that face severe travel limitations. TRB Annual Meeting Online is a collection of information resources from the meeting, including visual aid presentations from more than 3,100 slide and poster presentations and the Compendium of Papers, with access to more than 2,400 papers. TRB Annual Meeting Online provides an enduring educational resource for Annual Meeting attendees and for the many transportation professionals around the world who were unable to attend. The resources are offered complimentary to Annual Meeting registrants and TRB year-round sponsors, and for a nominal fee to others. Visit TRB.org/AnnualMeeting in March to access TRB Annual Meeting Online. 203

206 Sessions and Events: Tuesday, January 14 (continued) TUE 653 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Marriott, Maryland C User Information Systems: Past, Present, and Future Constantinos Antoniou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece, presiding Sponsored by User Information Systems Committee; Emerging and Innovative Public Transport and Technologies Committee; and Freight Transportation Data Committee User information systems have received a lot of attention over the past decades across practically all modes of transport and are now undertaking a transformation supported by the abundance of rich data that are becoming available and the communication capabilities that facilitate the rapid transfer of the resulting information. This session aims to provide an overview of the past and present in this field and perhaps more important outline what the future holds for user information systems. User Information Systems for Air Transport Hamsa Balakrishnan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology User Information Systems and Intermodal Freight Transport Maria Boile, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Greece User Information Systems for Road Safety: Past, Present, and Future Tsippy Lotan, Or Yarok, Israel Behavioral Research on Nonmotorized Vehicles Amalia Polydoropoulou, University of the Aegean, Greece User Interfaces and Shared-Use Mobility Susan A. Shaheen, University of California, Berkeley 654 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Shoreham, Executive Advances in Trucking Research David Lee Miller, Gnosis Management Group, LLC, presiding Sponsored by Trucking Industry Research Committee Assessing Use of Navigation Systems in the Trucking Industry ( ) Lisa K. Park and Katie Fender, American Transportation Research Institute GPS Data Analysis of Impact of Tolling on Truck Speed and Routing: Case Study in Seattle, Washington ( ) Zun Wang and Anne Goodchild, University of Washington Assessment of 34-h Restart Changes Using Logbook Data ( ) Jeffrey Bradford Short, American Transportation Research Institute Selecting Low Carbon Technologies for Heavy Goods Vehicles: Case Study in U.K. Fast Food Supply Chain ( ) Anthony Velazquez Abad, Tom Cherrett, and Ben Waterson, University of Southampton, United Kingdom 655 3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Shoreham, Diplomat Airport Runway Safety: Metrics and Case Studies Samuel Hautequest Cardoso, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, presid