6th ITM Conference, Denver, Colorado (2016)

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)

    • Mode Choice Modeling Using Personalized Travel Time and Cost Data: Case Study of the Greater Chicago Area research brief
    • Scenario Analysis Using a Mode Choice Model with Latent Attitudinal Variables research brief
    • Combinatorial Tour Mode Choice research brief
    • 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)

    • On Experimental Designs for Uncertainty Analysis of Travel Demand Models research brief
    • Development of a Risk Analysis Methodology for Quantifying the Uncertainty of Travel Demand Forecasts research brief
    • Modeling the Potential Consequences of New Transportation Technologies and Services Using a Fuzzy Cognitive Map Based Model research brief
    • Performance-Based Modeling: Forecasting in an Era of Uncertainty and ChangeOn research brief
  • Podium Session: Big Data (Across the Universe)

    • How Business Clusters and Destination Choice are Connected: A Model Based on Social Media Data research brief
    • Integration of the National Long Distance Passenger Model with the Tennessee Statewide Model and Calibration to AirSage Data research brief
    • Using Archived Real Time Travel Speed Data for Model Calibration and Validation research brief
    • 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?)

    • Measuring Transit Connectivity using GTFS Data research brief
    • Efficiency Estimation of Transit Transfer Stations Using Sustainability Criteria Within the Framework of the Data Envelopment Analysis research brief
    • On the Expansion of Transit On-board Passenger Surveys research brief
    • Congestion Reduction Benefits of Transit Projects in Northern Virginia research brief
  • Workshop: Connected Vehicles (3 brief presentations and facilitated discussion)

    • How can Activity-Based Models be used to represent the Impact of Connected-Autonomous Vehicles? discussion brief
    • Quantifying the Uncertainty of Autonomous and Shared Use Vehicles discussion brief
    • 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)

    • Update on NHTS Activities abstract
    • Modeling Transit Reliability: A Schedule-based Approach using GTFS and AVL Data abstract
    • Creating a Transit Data Standard Suitable for Dynamic Network Models abstract
    • Trajectory-based Regression Approach to Predict Real-Time Traveler Information Using Crowdsourced Location Traces abstract
    • Massive GPS Travel Pattern Data for Urban Congestion Relief in the Twin Cities abstract
    • Developing Trip Ends from GPS (Google Location History) abstract.pdf)
    • Synthesis of Transit Trips Using Systemwide Fare-Card Transaction Data abstract
    • Using Big Data to Measure Small Populations abstract
    • Synthesizing Future Year School Locations abstract
    • Evaluating Taxi Data from 2010 to 2015 abstract
    • Transportation Network Management with Multiple Network Types abstract
    • 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)

    • Exploring the Implications of Alternative Household- and Person-level Constraints at Multiple Spatial research brief
    • A Latent Class Multiple Constraint Multiple Discrete-Continuous Extreme Value Model of Time Use and Goods Consumption research brief
    • Reflecting the Interaction Between Activity-Travel Engagement and Subjective Well-Being in Activity-Based Travel Model Systems research brief
    • 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?)

    • Accounting for Unique Aspects of Travel Demand Generated by a Large University in Travel Models research brief
    • Estimating User Accessibility Benefits with a Housing Sales Hedonic Model research brief
    • Estimated Impacts of Deteriorating Highway Conditions to Oregon’s Economy research brief
    • 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)

    • Guidelines for Selecting Travel Forecasting Methods and Techniques research brief
    • A Framework for the Collaborative Development of Regional Strategic Planning Models research brief
    • 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)

    • Incorporation of Suitable Vehicle Following Models for Mixed Traffic Simulation by Considering Lateral Position Characteristics abstract
    • Time-slice Traffic Assignment on a Space/time Network Revisited abstract
    • Developing Expenditure Versus Delay Reduction Curves from Travel Demand Models abstract
    • Developing Usable and Useful Travel Modeling Software abstract
    • Using Perceived Time in the Generalized Cost Function for Static Assignment abstract
    • Innovative Features in Portland’s DASH Model abstract
    • Economic Models—What Makes Sense? abstract
    • Developing Validation Standards for San Francisco's Citywide Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model abstract
    • Moving towards Agent Based Model (AgBM) as the Next Step in Evolution of Integrated ABM-DTA Models abstract
    • Adopting an Integrated Transportation and Land-use Policy Assessment Tool for the Triangle Region abstract
    • Model Form and Bias in Trip Generation Models abstract
    • Behavioral Dynamics and Computational Challenges of ADAPTS Model abstract
  • Podium Session: Modeling Changing Trends (I Should Have Known Better)

    • Modeling Autonomous Vehicles - Challenges and Results research brief
    • Discrete Choice Models with Dynamic Effects: Estimation and Application in Activity-Based Travel Demand Framework research brief
    • The Transition from Diary-based to Smartphone-based Travel Survey Data: Implications for Travel Demand Modeling research brief
  • Workshop: Smartphones and Household Travel Surveys

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

  • Podium Session: ABM Innovations: Part 2 (A Hard Day's Night)

  • Pricing and Reliability Enhancements in the San Diego Activity-Based Travel Model research brief

  • Using Parking Pricing to Manage Congestion: SF-CHAMP Model Enhancements and Preliminary Results research brief

  • Testing Activity-Based Model Component Transferability at the Individual Component and System Level research brief

  • 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)

    • Integrated Dynamic Traffic and Transit Assignment for a Multimodal Corridor Study research brief
    • Increasing the Stability and Robustness of Simulation-based Network Assignment Models for Large Scale Applications research brief
    • Integrated Model of Travel Demand and Network Simulation research abstract
    • 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)

    • Measuring Health Benefits of Active Transport Scenarios with the Health Economic Assessment Tool (HEAT) abstract.pdf)

    • Travel Forecast Scenario Creation with the Foresight 750 Series abstract

    • Who is Willing to Adopt Autonomous Vehicle Technology? Trends in Public Perception in the Puget Sound Region abstract

    • Effects of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Evolving Transportation Services on Modality Styles and Travel Mode Choice abstract

    • When Models Aren't Enough: Calculating Mode Shift in Washington, D.C. abstact

    • Last Mile Transit Access/Egress Provided by Bike-Share Systems - Case Study from Chicago abstract

    • Transportation Model Integration to Measure Sustainability abstract

    • Implementing Active Transportation Forecasting in a Statewide Model abstract

    • Modeling Bicycling Travel Demand in Los Angeles abstract

    • Adaptive Step Sizes for Feedback in Solving Equilibrium Travel Demand Models abstract

    • Open source demand modeling with Python abstract

    • 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