For complete information about the 6th ITM Conference, please visit the TRB ITM2016 Conference Website

The full conference program book is available here: ITM2016 Conference Program

Sunday, May 1, 2016

1:00 - 2:30 p.m.

  • Workshop: C10 Integrated ABM-DTA Models (Part 1: Theoretical Considerations)
  • Workshop: Strategic Analysis Tools for Scenario Planning (SHRP C16)
  • Tutorial: Travel Analysis and Modeling using Python

3:00 - 5:00 p.m.

  • Workshop: C10 Integrated Models (Part 2: Application Perspectives)
  • Workshop: C20 Behavior-based Freight Modeling Tools
  • Tutorial: Tools for collaborative open source model development: GitHub and beyond!

Monday, May 2, 2016

8:30 - 10:00 a.m.

  • Plenary Opening Session

10:30 a.m. - noon

  • Podium Session: Mode Choice Modeling (Magical Mystery Tour)
  1. Mode Choice Modeling Using Personalized Travel Time and Cost Data: Case Study of the Greater Chicago Area research brief
  2. Scenario Analysis Using a Mode Choice Model with Latent Attitudinal Variables research brief
  3. Combinatorial Tour Mode Choice research brief
  4. Integrated Estimation of Transit Access Stop and Household Driver Choices in a Tour-Based Model of Commuter Mode Choices for Portland, OR research brief
  • Podium Session: Uncertainty in Modeling (Tomorrow Never Knows)
  1. On Experimental Designs for Uncertainty Analysis of Travel Demand Models research brief
  2. Development of a Risk Analysis Methodology for Quantifying the Uncertainty of Travel Demand Forecasts research brief
  3. Modeling the Potential Consequences of New Transportation Technologies and Services Using a Fuzzy Cognitive Map Based Model research brief
  4. Performance-Based Modeling: Forecasting in an Era of Uncertainty and ChangeOn research brief
  • Podium Session: Big Data (Across the Universe)
  1. How Business Clusters and Destination Choice are Connected: A Model Based on Social Media Data research brief
  2. Integration of the National Long Distance Passenger Model with the Tennessee Statewide Model and Calibration to AirSage Data research brief
  3. Using Archived Real Time Travel Speed Data for Model Calibration and Validation research brief
  4. Using Passive Data to Build an Agile Tour-Based Model: A Case Study in Asheville research brief

12:15 - 1:15 p.m.

  • Social Event: Regional Transportation District Tour

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

  • Podium Session: Innovations with Transit Data (Why Don't We Do It in the Road?)
  1. Measuring Transit Connectivity using GTFS Data research brief
  2. Efficiency Estimation of Transit Transfer Stations Using Sustainability Criteria Within the Framework of the Data Envelopment Analysis research brief
  3. On the Expansion of Transit On-board Passenger Surveys research brief
  4. Congestion Reduction Benefits of Transit Projects in Northern Virginia research brief
  • Workshop: Connected Vehicles (3 brief presentations and facilitated discussion)
  1. How can Activity-Based Models be used to represent the Impact of Connected-Autonomous Vehicles? discussion brief
  2. Quantifying the Uncertainty of Autonomous and Shared Use Vehicles discussion brief
  3. The Problems of Incorporating Future Transportation Services and Technology into Travel Demand Models discussion brief
  • Lightning Talks: Travel Surveys and Big Data (Ask Me Why)
  1. Update on NHTS Activities abstract
  2. Modeling Transit Reliability: A Schedule-based Approach using GTFS and AVL Data abstract
  3. Creating a Transit Data Standard Suitable for Dynamic Network Models abstract
  4. Trajectory-based Regression Approach to Predict Real-Time Traveler Information Using Crowdsourced Location Traces abstract
  5. Massive GPS Travel Pattern Data for Urban Congestion Relief in the Twin Cities abstract
  6. Developing Trip Ends from GPS (Google Location History) abstract
  7. Synthesis of Transit Trips Using Systemwide Fare-Card Transaction Data abstract
  8. Using Big Data to Measure Small Populations abstract
  9. Synthesizing Future Year School Locations abstract
  10. Evaluating Taxi Data from 2010 to 2015 abstract
  11. Transportation Network Management with Multiple Network Types abstract
  12. Accelerating the Impact of Data in Transportation Modeling through Cyber-infrastructure abstract

3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

  • Plenary Session

5:00 - 6:00 p.m.

  • Reception

6:00 p.m.

  • Social Event: Dine Around

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

8:30 - 10:00 a.m.

  • Podium Session: ABM Innovations: Part 1 (A Day in the Life)
  1. Exploring the Implications of Alternative Household- and Person-level Constraints at Multiple Spatial research brief
  2. A Latent Class Multiple Constraint Multiple Discrete-Continuous Extreme Value Model of Time Use and Goods Consumption research brief
  3. Reflecting the Interaction Between Activity-Travel Engagement and Subjective Well-Being in Activity-Based Travel Model Systems research brief
  4. Validation of New Approach to Tour-formation in Activity-Based Model Framework Resolutions in Synthetic Population Generation research brief
  • Podium Session: Unique Applications for Travel Models (Do You Want to Know a Secret?)
  1. Accounting for Unique Aspects of Travel Demand Generated by a Large University in Travel Models research brief
  2. Estimating User Accessibility Benefits with a Housing Sales Hedonic Model research brief
  3. Estimated Impacts of Deteriorating Highway Conditions to Oregon’s Economy research brief
  4. Petrol, Diesel or Electric? An Extension of Passenger Transport Models for Differentiating Car Travel Demand research brief
  • Discussion Session: Building a Model (We Can Work it Out)
  1. Guidelines for Selecting Travel Forecasting Methods and Techniques research brief
  2. A Framework for the Collaborative Development of Regional Strategic Planning Models research brief
  3. Making the Leap: Agency-led Integrated Team and Other Methods of Technology Transfer research brief

10:30 a.m. - noon

  • Lightning Talks: Innovations in TDM and Integrated Models (All Together Now)
  1. Incorporation of Suitable Vehicle Following Models for Mixed Traffic Simulation by Considering Lateral Position Characteristics abstract
  2. Time-slice Traffic Assignment on a Space/time Network Revisited abstract
  3. Developing Expenditure Versus Delay Reduction Curves from Travel Demand Models abstract
  4. Developing Usable and Useful Travel Modeling Software abstract
  5. Using Perceived Time in the Generalized Cost Function for Static Assignment abstract
  6. Innovative Features in Portland’s DASH Model abstract
  7. Economic Models—What Makes Sense? abstract
  8. Developing Validation Standards for San Francisco's Citywide Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model abstract
  9. Moving towards Agent Based Model (AgBM) as the Next Step in Evolution of Integrated ABM-DTA Models abstract
  10. Adopting an Integrated Transportation and Land-use Policy Assessment Tool for the Triangle Region abstract
  11. Model Form and Bias in Trip Generation Models abstract
  12. Behavioral Dynamics and Computational Challenges of ADAPTS Model abstract
  • Podium Session: Modeling Changing Trends (I Should Have Known Better)
  1. Modeling Autonomous Vehicles - Challenges and Results research brief
  2. Discrete Choice Models with Dynamic Effects: Estimation and Application in Activity-Based Travel Demand Framework research brief
  3. The Transition from Diary-based to Smartphone-based Travel Survey Data: Implications for Travel Demand Modeling research brief
  • Workshop: Smartphones and Household Travel Surveys
Project Presentations
  1. Maricopa Association of Governments research brief
  2. Ohio Department of Transportation research brief
  3. Concordia University

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

  • Podium Session: ABM Innovations: Part 2 (A Hard Day's Night)
  1. Pricing and Reliability Enhancements in the San Diego Activity-Based Travel Model research brief
  2. Using Parking Pricing to Manage Congestion: SF-CHAMP Model Enhancements and Preliminary Results research brief
  3. Testing Activity-Based Model Component Transferability at the Individual Component and System Level research brief
  4. Experiments with Big Data Management Technologies for Activity-Based Microsimulation Travel Models research brief
  • Discussion Session: Moving Innovations to Practice
  • Tutorial: Using R for Data Cleaning, Munging, Visualizing and Modeling

3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

  • Plenary Session

5:30 p.m.

  • Social Event: B-cycle (bicycle sharing) Tour

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

8:30 - 10:00 a.m.

  • Podium Session: Integrated Demand/Network Models (Come Together)
  1. Integrated Dynamic Traffic and Transit Assignment for a Multimodal Corridor Study research brief
  2. Increasing the Stability and Robustness of Simulation-based Network Assignment Models for Large Scale Applications research brief
  3. Integrated Model of Travel Demand and Network Simulation research abstract
  4. A Continuous-Time Integrated Transport Model System for Simulating Impacts of Dynamic and Active Mobility Management Strategies research brief
  • Lightning Talks: Future of Transportation and Active Transportation (Here Comes the Sun)
  1. Measuring Health Benefits of Active Transport Scenarios with the Health Economic Assessment Tool (HEAT) abstract
  2. Travel Forecast Scenario Creation with the Foresight 750 Series abstract
  3. Who is Willing to Adopt Autonomous Vehicle Technology? Trends in Public Perception in the Puget Sound Region abstract
  4. Effects of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Evolving Transportation Services on Modality Styles and Travel Mode Choice abstract
  5. When Models Aren't Enough: Calculating Mode Shift in Washington, D.C. abstact
  6. Last Mile Transit Access/Egress Provided by Bike-Share Systems - Case Study from Chicago abstract
  7. Transportation Model Integration to Measure Sustainability abstract
  8. Implementing Active Transportation Forecasting in a Statewide Model abstract
  9. Modeling Bicycling Travel Demand in Los Angeles abstract
  10. Adaptive Step Sizes for Feedback in Solving Equilibrium Travel Demand Models abstract
  11. Open source demand modeling with Python abstract
  12. Including Reliability in VDF Curves abstract
  • Discussion Session: Getting Down to the Business of Advancing the Practice of Travel Modeling

10:30 a.m. - Noon

  • Closing Plenary Session, Thank You and Awards