Cambridge Systematics Insights at TRB 2021
Transportation Research Board’s 100th Annual Meeting
Connect with and learn from Cambridge Systematics (CS) experts across the spectrum of transportation.
This committee is concerned with the protection of human health and the environment through the safe packaging, handling and transportation of hazardous materials and effective response to hazardous materials incidents.
Research findings from papers submitted to TRB in 2020 will be briefly presented followed by a Responder who will suggest methods for disseminating and implementing the research findings, as well as interactive discussions among authors, tech transfer specialists, and audience members to identify key elements and actions to ensure implementation.
Travel demand models use revealed preferences to formulate econometric models to represent travel behavior. “Revealed preference” is from economics, in which the decision made by consumers is assumed to be their preference. This sessions will discuss alternative paradigms to revealed preference-based analytical frameworks.
Record levels of telework and home delivery, overnight drops in transit and air travel, surges in active transportation; The COVID-19 pandemic brought unprecedented change to mobility in 2020. What will the new normal look like? Attend this session to hear how mobility is changing and agencies are adapting plans and policies.
The presentations in this session provide insight on the criteria to be considered when planning urban freight transportation systems.
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