Seminar Topic Date Speaker Archive
How Do People Choose a Travel Mode? Factors Associated with Routine Walking & Bicycling 05/06/2011 Robert Schneider, UC Berkeley
New Energy Vehicles (NEV) Demonstration in China 04/29/2011 Jianhong Ye, Portland State University
Integrating Transportation and Environmental Planning 04/22/2011 Jimmy Kagan, Institute for Natural Resources
Columbia River Crossing – Update on Bridge Type and Design 04/15/2011 Nancy Boyd, CRC Project Director for Washington Frank Green, P.E., CRC Structural Engineering Manager
The Past, Present and Future of Personal Urban Transportation 04/08/2011 Gabe Klein, Former Director of Washington, DC Department of Transportation
Electric Vehicles: Are We in The Driver's Seat? 04/01/2011 George Beard, Portland State University
Modeling Safety and Urban Form 03/11/2011 Kristie Gladhill, Transportation Modeler, Metro
Transforming Traffic Signals to Support Sustainability: Applications, Ideas, and Research Needs 03/04/2011 Peter Koonce, City of Portland
Portland's Cycle Track and Buffered Bike Lanes: Are they working? 02/25/2011 Chris Monsere, Nathan McNeil, Portland State University
Getting Around on Foot Action Plan 02/18/2011 Stephanie Routh, Willamette Pedestrian Coalition
2010 Shanghai World Expo Transportation Solution and Evaluation 02/11/2011 Chen Xiaohong, School of Transportation Engineering, Tongji University
How Sprawl is Lengthening our Commutes and Why Misleading Mobility Measures are Making Things Worse 02/04/2011 Joe Cortright, Impresa
Beyond the Bike Hook: Linking Bicycles and Transit 01/28/2011 Colin Maher, TriMet
Household Vehicle Choice from an Adoption Perspective 01/21/2011 Jenny Liu, Economics, Portland State University
Sam Baek and the Jajeongeo: Visiting the Bike City of Korea 01/14/2011 Tara Goddard, City of Davis
Modeling Access Mode Choice for Westside Express Service Commuter Rail 01/07/2011 Åsa Bergman, Portland State University
From Spokes to Sprockettes: A History of Women and the Bicycle 12/03/2010 Jennifer Dill, Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University
Our Aging Transportation Infrastructure: A Concrete Perspective 11/19/2010 Jason Ideker, Assistant Professor and Kearney Faculty Scholar, School of Civil & Construction Engineering, Oregon State University
Oregon Modeling Collaborative Launch 11/12/2010 Peter Appel, Director, RITA; Jennifer Dill; Kelly Clifton; Wim Weiwel, Jerri Bohard
Housing 101: Demystifying the Subsidized Housing System for Transportation Planners 11/05/2010 Andree Tremoulet, Institute on Aging, Portland State University; Vince Chiotti, Regional Advisor, Oregon Housing and Community Services
Portal 2.0: A Next-Generation Archived Data User Service 10/29/2010 Kristin Tufte, Assistant Professor, Portland State University, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Applying Health Impact Assessment to Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning 10/22/2010 Brendon Haggerty, MURP, Program Coordinator, Planning Active Walkable Neighborhoods, Clark County Public Health
Vision Zero: Towards Zero Deaths 10/15/2010 Peter Jacobsen, P.E., Public Health Consultant
Bikeability and the Twenty-Minute Neighborhood: Exploring How Infrastructure and Destinations Influence Bicycle Accessibility 10/08/2010 Nathan McNeil, MURP graduate and Research Associate in the Center for Transportation Studies, Portland State University
STARS: Creating Stellar - and Sustainable - Transportation Projects 10/01/2010 Peter Hurley, City of Portland Bureau of Transportation

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