Seminar Topic Date Speaker Archive
Fairview Village - Planning (continued) AND Travel Behavior and Attitudes: New Urbanist vs. Traditional Suburban Neighborhoods 12/05/2003 Randy Jones, Holt and Everhart, and Prof. Jennifer Dill, School of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University
Fairview Village - Planning and Implementing a New Urbanist Community 11/21/2003 Beth Wemple, Kittelson & Associates
New Highway Capacity Manual Applications Guidebook (HCMAG) 11/14/2003 Wayne Kittelson, Principal, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Looking to TriMet's Future: Corridor Planning and Capacity Analyses 11/07/2003 Alan Lehto, Transit Corridor Planning Manager, and Mark Rohden, Transit Corridor Planner, TriMet
Monitoring Freeway Systems in Real Time Using Existing Single-Loop Detectors 10/31/2003 Yinhai Wang, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Washington
Bicycle Friendly Portland 101 10/24/2003 Phil Goff, City of Portland
Portland Regional Trails Program 10/17/2003 Mel Huie, Metro Regional Trails Coordinator
Modeling Freight & Passenger Rail Capacity in the Interstate 5 Trade Corridor 10/10/2003 Mark Ford and Bill Burgel, HDR
Portland Transportation Update 10/03/2003 Brant Williams, Director, City of Portland Office of Transportation
Car Ownership and Employment 06/06/2003 Kerri Sullivan, Master of Urban and Regional Planning, Portland State University
Portland's Transportation System Plan: Major Themes and Outcomes 05/30/2003 Courtney Duke and Jeanne Harrison, City of Portland, Office of Transportation
From Welfare to Work: The Portland Regional Job Access Program 05/23/2003 Dan Marchand, Master of Urban and Regional Planning, Portland State University
TravelSmart in Multnomah Village -- Early Results 05/16/2003 Courtney Kulyk, SocialData and Lavinia Gordon, City of Portland Office of Transportation, Transportation Options
PLACE3S: A GIS Application For Community and Regional Planning 05/09/2003 Sam Seskin, Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas, Inc.
Rails-with-trails: issues related to safety, design, planning, and implementation of trails next to active railway lines 05/02/2003 Mia Birk, Principal, Alta Planning + Design
Modeling Oregon's Bridge Investment Options 04/25/2003 Tara Weidner, Senior Planner, Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas, Inc.
Developing a Vision for a 10-year National Intelligent Transportation Systems Program Plan 04/18/2003 C. Michael Walton, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Texas
Leveraging Technology to Reshape Transportation Planning 04/11/2003 Michael J. Shiffer, Vice President, Planning & Development, Chicago Transit Authority and Associate Professor, Urban Planning & Policy, University of Illinois, Chicago
Applying Economic Considerations to Transportation Planning and Investments 04/04/2003 David Bragdon, Metro Council President
Research Program and Repair Plan for Oregon's Deteriorating Reinforced Concrete Deck-Girder Bridges 03/14/2003 Christopher Higgins, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Oregon State University
Anatomy of a Bike Network: How Did Portland Get From 65 Miles of Bikeways in 1993 to 250 Miles Today? 03/07/2003 Mia Birk, Principal, Alta Planning + Design
Bicycle Commuting in Portland: Evidence from 1990, 1996 and 2000 02/28/2003 Mauricio LeClerc, Master of Urban and Regional Planning, Portland State University
Streets For Everyone: Making the Public Right-of-Way Accessible 02/21/2003 Ellen Vanderslice, America Walks
Recent Research on the Transformation of Oregon's Gasoline Tax Into a Road User Fee System 02/14/2003 Tony Rufolo, Urban Studies & Planning and Robert Bertini, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Portland State University
Habitat Fragmentation and Wildlife Connectivity: Transportation's Impacts and Solutions 02/07/2003 Mary Gray, Federal Highway Administration, Olympia, Washington