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HRTPO Staff Members Present Work at Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board in Washington, DC

HRTPO Staff Members Present Work at Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board in Washington, DC

The 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) was held in Washington DC January 12-16, 2014.  According to TRB:

“The Transportation Research Board is one of six major divisions of the National Research Council.  The mission of the Transportation Research Board is to provide leadership in transportation innovation and progress through research and information exchange….” 

The annual meeting attracted approximately 10,000 transportation professionals from the US and around the world to attend almost 800 sessions and workshops, nearly 200 exhibits, and 200-plus standing committees, including more than 4,500 presentations and papers. 

HRTPO staff provided several of those presentations, sharing methods developed and used at the HRTPO, as follows: 

  1. Mike Kimbrel presented a poster “HRTPO Transportation Improvement Program: Enhanced Performance Monitoring and Visualization”
  2. Keith Nichols presented a poster and committee presentation on “Integrating Vehicle Probe Date into the Metropolitan Planning Process”
  3. Robert Case presented a poster “Using Outlook Meeting Invitations to Prevent Simultaneous River Crossing Closures”
  4. Sam Belfield and Ben McFarlane (the latter from HRPDC staff) presented slides on “Developing Partnerships to Prepare for Climate Change Impacts to Roadways Serving the Military in Hampton Roads, Virginia”
  5. Robert Case prepared a paper and presented slides on “Spreadsheet Method of Forecasting Cost of Sustaining a Set of Bridge Connections”

Mike Kimbrel and Chris Wichman at TRB January 2014

Rob Case, PhD. at TRB January 2014

 

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