Seminar Topic Date Speaker Archive
Oregon Transportation Plan Update 10/28/2005 Metro Councilor Rex Burkholder
Making Transit Sustainable 10/21/2005 Fred Hansen, General Manager, TriMet
A Social Justice Perspective on Transportation Policies: Comparing Distributions of Welfare 10/14/2005 Joel Franklin, Ph.D. Candidate, Urban Design & Planning, University of Washington
Handbook for Livable Streets: Setting Trends by Applying the ‘Road Diet' 10/07/2005 Jennifer Rosales, PB PlaceMaking
The GO Project: Helping People Access Their Community Through Assistive Technology 09/30/2005 Stephen Fickas, Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Oregon
SPECIAL SEMINAR: Modeling Urban Commercial Vehicle Movements Using Tour-based Microsimulation 09/27/2005 J. Douglas Hunt, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Calgary
SPECIAL SEMINAR: Surveillance of Traffic Flow on Urban and Intercity Expressways in Japan 09/19/2005 Haruo Ozaki, Toyo University, Japan
If You're Not Part of the Solution, You're Part of the Problem: The Planner's Role in Meeting the Transportation Needs of An Aging Society. 06/03/2005 Sandra Rosenbloom, University of Arizona
Understanding the Link Between Bicycles and Light Rail -AND- Does Grocery Store Size Matter? The Effect of Grocery Store Size on Shoppers' Travel Behavior 05/27/2005 Matthew Lasky and Jay Renkins, MURP Candidates, Portland State University
PORTAL: Experience Developing Portland's Transportation Data Archive -AND- Public Elementary/Middle School Siting Issues in Suburban Ddevelopments 05/20/2005 Steve Hansen and Tom Moes, MURP Candidates, Portland State University
Regional Freight Data Collection Project 05/13/2005 Scott Drumm, Port of Portland
Achieving Regional Land Use Objectives Through Transportation Programming 05/06/2005 Tom Kloster, Metro
Data R Us: Personal Travel Data Sources for Planning 04/29/2005 Elaine Murakami and Ed Christopher, Federal Highway Administration
Evaluating Travel Survey Data Collection Methods in Oregon 04/22/2005 Johanna Zmud, NuStats
A Quiet Revolution in Transportation Finance 04/15/2005 Martin Wachs, Director, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California at Berkeley
Connect Oregon 04/08/2005 Pat Egan, Port of Portland
Extending the Value of Automatic Data Collection Systems in Transit 04/01/2005 Nigel Wilson, Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Integrated Transport/Land Use Modeling 03/11/2005 John Gliebe, Parsons Brinckerhoff
Updating Oregon's Transportation Plan 03/04/2005 Gail Curtis, Oregon Department of Transportation
National Center for Accessible Transportation 02/25/2005 Kate Hunter-Zaworski, Oregon State University
World Cities in 2104: Transportation Aspects 02/18/2005 Gary Spanovich, Wholistic Peace Institute
Creating Active Communities: How Transportation Systems Impact Physical Activity 02/11/2005 Noelle Dobson, Program Manager, Active Living By Design, American Heart Association
Thinking Big: New Finance and Contracting Options for Transportation Infrastructure 02/04/2005 John Carter, Imeson & Carter
Transportation Planning Rule 01/28/2005 Bob Cortright, Transportation and Growth Management Coordinator, Land Conservation and Development Commission
Roadway Design, Driver Expectation and Pedestrian Crashes 01/21/2005 Michael Ronkin, Oregon Department of Transportation and Rodger Gutierrez, Civil Engineering student, Portland State University