Seminar Topic Date Speaker Archive
Bicycling in Davis, CA : A Critical Look at Policy and Behavior in the First Platinum Bicycle City in the U.S. 05/04/2007 Susan Handy, Professor, UC Davis
Combining Climate, Crash, and Highway Data for Improved Ranking of Speed and Winter-Weather Related Crash Locations in Oregon 04/27/2007 Christopher Monsere, Assistant Professor, Portland State University
Portland SmartTrips: Results from the Northeast Hub project 04/20/2007 Dan Bower, City of Portland Department of Transportation, Transportation Options Policy Group
Making Transportation Concurrency More Multimodal: Lessons from Washington and Florida. 04/13/2007 Ruth Steiner, Associate Professor, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Florida
Development of the Bellevue Real Time Arterial Traffic Flow Map 04/06/2007 Fred Liang, P.E., City of Bellevue, Washington
PORTAL: Lessons from Developing an Archived Data User Service in Portland, Oregon 03/16/2007 Robert L. Bertini, Portland State University and the PORTAL Team
Where Transportation is Going: Transportation in the CLIOS System Era 03/09/2007 Joseph M. Sussman, JR East Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Microsimulating Land Development with the Land Use Scenario DevelopeR (LUSDR) 03/02/2007 Brian Gregor, Oregon Department of Transportation
State and Federal Freight Issues 02/23/2007 Julie F. Rodwell, Freight Mobility Section Manager, Oregon Department of Transportation
The Portland Mall Revitalization: Designing a Great Street 02/16/2007 Bob Hastings, TriMet Project Architect, and Brian McCarter, ZGF Portland Mall Project Architect
Air Quality: Toxics and Transportation 02/09/2007 Gregg Lande, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
The High Cost of Free Parking 02/02/2007 Donald Shoup, Professor, Urban Planning, UCLA
Factors Affecting Bicycling Demand: Initial Survey Findings from Portland Region 01/26/2007 Jennifer Dill and Kim Voros, Portland State University
How Portland is Taking America Back to the Future: the National Streetcar Movement and the Changing Urban Landscape 01/19/2007 Charlie Hales, HDR, Inc.
Supply Chain Environmental Performance: Analysis and Optimization 01/12/2007 Kumar Venkat, Surya Technologies, Inc.
Tight Diamond Interchange Versus Single Point Urban Interchange: Lessons Learned 12/01/2006 Jonathan Abuyan, Washington State Department of Transportation
Quantifying Walkability - Toward an Objective and Reliable Measure of the Pedestrian Environment 11/17/2006 Jamie Parks, Kittleson Associates, Inc.
Understanding the Impact of Variability in Border Crossing Times on Regional Supply Chains 11/03/2006 Anne Goodchild, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington
The End of Commuting 10/27/2006 Alan E. Pisarski
Flexcar 101 10/20/2006 Brodie Hylton, Flexcar
The Future is NOW: Biofuels for Air Quality, Energy Security and Economic Development 10/13/2006 Tomas Endicott, SeQuential Biofuels
The Future of Advanced Travel Demand Modeling: Positive Theory, Behavioral Model, and Process Data 10/06/2006 Lei Zhang, Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Oregon State University
A Generic Approach to Real-time Freeway Network Traffic Surveillance 09/29/2006 Yibing Wang, Dynamic Systems and Simulation Laboratory, Technical University of Crete, Chania, Greece
Planning for Transportation Operations in the Portland Region 06/09/2006 Jonathan Makler, City of Portland and Metro
Developing a Sustainability Program for ODOT 06/02/2006 Damon Fordham, Oregon Department of Transportation