NITC Research at TRB 2020: Link Roundup!
We've collected posters and presentations of NITC research at TRB. Explore the links below to see what NITC researchers brought to D.C. this year—the below projects have a connection to NITC funding, but are not necessarily representative of the full body of work that researchers at these institutions brought to the annual meeting.
Portland State University
- (PRESENTATION) "User-Rated Comfort and Preference of Separated Bike Lane Intersection Designs" by Chris Monsere and Nathan McNeil
- (PRESENTATION) "Adaptive Bike Share: Expanding Bike Share to People with Disabilities and Older Adults" by John MacArthur, Nathan McNeil, Austin Cummings and Joseph Broach
- (PRESENTATION) "Bicycling and Bikeshare among Women of Color in 3 US Cities: Barriers and Opportunities" by Jennifer Dill, Nathan McNeil, John MacArthur and Joseph Broach
- Additional presentations from PSU will be posted to the Transportation Research and Education Center site in late February.
University of Arizona
- (POSTER) "Measuring Perceptions of Social Environments for Walking: a Systematic Review of Walkability Surveys" by Nicole Iroz-Elardo, Arlie Adkins and Maia Ingram
- (POSTER) "The Link between Transit Station Proximity and Mode Choice to Work, Working at Home, Vehicle Ownership, and Transportation Costs with Implications for Transit and Land Use Planning " by Arthur Nelson and Robert Hibberd
- (POSTER) "The (Overlooked) Link between Express Bus Stations and Commercial Rents with Implications for Transit and Land Use Planning" by Arthur Nelson and Robert Hibberd
- (POSTER) "The Influence of Rail Transit on Development Patterns in the Mountain Mega-Region with Implications for Transit and Land Use Planning" by Arthur Nelson and Robert Hibberd
University of Oregon
(POSTER) "How are Uber/Lyft Shaping Municipal On-Street Parking Revenue?" by Benjamin Clark and Anne Brown
University of Texas at Arlington
(PRESENTATION) "Utilizing an Inter-Professional Community Advisory Board: A Case Study to Inform Best Practices in Community-Engaged Research for Transportation Equity and Social Inclusion" by Vivian Miller, Noelle Fields, Stephen Mattingly, and Melinda Kitchens
University of Utah
- (POSTER) "A Vehicle Ownership (Car Shedding) Model as a Pre-Step of Travel Demand Modeling" by Sadegh Sabouri, Guang Tian and Reid Ewing
- (PRESENTATION) "The Impacts of Light Rail Transit on Labor Participation and Housing Affordability in the U.S.: A Longitudinal Analysis using Propensity Score Matching" by Keuntae Kim and Arthur C.Nelson
- (PRESENTATION) "Built Environment Criteria for Polycentric Developments: To Reduce Vehicle Use and Increase Walking and Transit Use" by Reid Ewing, Sadegh Sabouri and Shima Hamidi
- (PRESENTATION) "The Connection between Investments in Bus Stops, Ridership, and ADA Accessibility" by Ja Young Kim, Keith Bartholomew, Arlie Adkins and Divya Chandrasekhar
- (POSTER) "Multi-vehicle Trajectory Optimization for Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC) Platoon Formation" by Qinzheng Wang, Xianfeng Yang and Yun Yuan
- (POSTER) "Freeway Traffic State Estimation with Mixed Connected Automated Vehicles and Human-driven Vehicles" by Xianfeng Yang, Zhehao Zhang and Yun Yuan
- (POSTER) "Field Evaluation of Connected Vehicle-based Transit Signal Priority System Under Two Different Signal Base Plans" by Qinzheng Wang and Xianfeng Yang
- (POSTER) "Impact of Transit on Multifamily Property Values: A Meta-Analysis" by Amanda Dillon and Reid Ewing
- (POSTER) "Parking Occupancy and Shared Parking: Comparative Case Studies of Parking Reduction at Transit-Oriented Developments in the U.S." by Reid Ewing, Keuntae Kim and Sadegh Sabouri
The National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC) is one of seven U.S. Department of Transportation national university transportation centers. NITC is a program of the Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC) at Portland State University. This PSU-led research partnership also includes the Oregon Institute of Technology, University of Arizona, University of Oregon, University of Texas at Arlington and University of Utah. We pursue our theme — improving mobility of people and goods to build strong communities — through research, education and technology transfer.