ITS Berkeley faculty, students, staff, and research appeared in over 40 sessions at TRB this year, won several awards, and attended hundreds of sessions at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting Jan. 8-12, 2023 in Washington DC.
Sunday Workshops at TRB
PATH researcher Steven Shladover kicks things off with Synthesis of Issues from the Plenary Sessions at the Highlights from the 2022 Automated Road Transportation Symposium session.
From left, New Mexico Department of Transportation's David Harris, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit's Sadie Graham, American Public Transportation Association's Arthur Guzzetti, Eno Transportation's Philip Plotch discuss Reimagining the Future of Public Transit and Inter-City Passenger Rail with Mineta Transportation Institute's Karen Philbrick at the Resilience and the Road to Recovery: Re-envisioning the Future of Public Transit, Passenger Rail, and Shared Mobility session, led by Transortation Sustainabiity Research Center's Adam Cohen
Transortation Sustainabiity Research Center's Adam Cohen leads the Resilience and the Road to Recovery: Re-envisioning the Future of Public Transit, Passenger Rail, and Shared Mobility session at TRB
Gabe Klein, Executive Director of the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation, talks about 2023 transportation trends, joint office overview and priorities, funding opportunities, and connecting with the Joint office at Resilience and the Road to Recovery workshop.
Transportation Sustainability Research Center's Adam Cohen introduces Toole Design's Stefanie Brodie, Cityfi's Karina Ricks, Cal Transit's Michael Pimentel, Caltrain's Pranaya Shrestha and Zouheir Farah, who talked about Transitioning to Electric Propulsion at the Re-envisioning the Future of Public Transit, Passenger Rail, Shared Mobility workshop.
Kaiwen Hou, Advanced Technology Research Institute, Beijing Institute of Technology presented Multi-Source Data-Driven Estimation Model for Passenger Flow Management in Chengdu Metro: A Post-Research Implementation, research done with our researcher PATH's Joshua Meng.
So glad to see our students at TRB, looking forward to seeing Marcel Moran and our other Eisenhower fellowship award winners at the Eisenhower poster session!
ITS Library Director Kendra K. Levine facilitates the discussion on Building a Transportation Data 101 Library with Michael Pack, CATT Lab (Probe Data) and Chad Baker, Caltrans (Location Data)
A full afternoon at the Resilience and the Road to Recovery: Re-envisioning the Future of Public Transit, Passenger Rail, and Shared Mobility Workshop: Gwo-Wei Torng of Federal Transit Administration shared the latest updates on FTA’s Enhancing Mobility Innovation Program
Ticketing and Fare Payment Integration with Aaron Klein, Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority, Robert Padgette, California Integrated Mobility Gillian Gillett, ITS America Nicole DuPuis, PhD, and Moderator, Intelligent Transportations Systems Joint Program Office Robert Sheehan at the Road to Recovery: Re-envisioning the Future of Public Transit, Passenger Rail, and Shared Mobility Workshop
The Future of Intermodal Passenger Facilities with moderator: Sharon Greene, InfraStrategies LLC, Marisa Mangan, James Cromar, Broward MPO, Doug Carr, Union Station Redevelopment Corp. and Bill Schwartz, NELSON/NYGAARD CONSULTING ASSOC at the Road to Recovery: Re-envisioning the Future of Public Transit, Passenger Rail, and Shared Mobility Workshop
Tuesday at TRB
Congratulations to DCRP doctoral student Madeleine Parker on being awarded the Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program 2022 Top Ranked Doctoral Fellowship Fellow award. Well deserved!
Recent alum Kenji Anzai talks about his MCP capstone project on Routes to Regional Transit Governance: Researching the Histories of and Cataloguing the Methods Used to Establish German Verkehrsverbünde at #TRBAM
Nice to see alums Cathy Wu and Dan Work!
CEE Professor Maria Laura Delle Monache checks out the Eisenhower poster session.
ITS Library Director Kendra Levine discusses DCRP doctoral student Marcel Moran's work.
ITS Library Director Kendra Levine moderates the discussion on Are We There Yet?: Discussing Applications of Artificial Intelligence
The Airfield and Airspace Performance Committee thanked our alum, @CUTRUSF prof Yu Zhang for her six years serving as chair
@CTRUTAustin Geoffrey Potter, Center for Transportation Research, @VTTINEWS Abhijit Sarkar, @BerkeleyLab, Smart Cities Research Center Director Jane Macfarlane, @UrbanLogiq Mark Masongsong discuss Are We There Yet?: Discussing Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Smart Cities Research Center Director, @BerkeleyLab Jane Macfarlane talked about Large-Scale Perspectives from Working with Big Data
DCRP doctoral student Michael Montilla talks about his Eisenhower Fellowship research on Using Disaggregate Vehicle Data to Investigate How Ride-Hailing Services Influence Personal Vehicle Use Across Levels of Transit Access
DCRP doctoral student Madeleine Parker talks about her @FTA_DOT Eisenhower Fellowship research on Coordinated Transportation Land Use Planning in Seattle 2014-2021
DCRP doctoral student Marcel Moran talks about his Eisenhower Fellowship research on Authorized Vehicles Only: Police, Parking, and Pedestrian Acces in NYC
CEE doctoral student Alex Pan talks about her Eisenhower research Struggling to Connect: Housing and Transportation Challenges of Low-income Suburbn Residents in the SF Bay Area
CEE doctoral student Dawson Do talks about his Eisenhower Fellowship research on A Two-dimensional Diffusive and Adective Traffic Model on Large Networks
CEE doctoral students Mingyuan Yang and Servet Lapardhaja talk about their research with alum @FloridaAtlantic Prof David Kan on Field Experiment on the Capacity Impact of Vehicle Automation on Electric Vehicles- Case study of Adaptive Cruise Control
ITS Library Director Kendra Levine co-chairs the Information and Knowledge Management Committee
CEE PhD student Jing Xu talks about Flight Time & Flight Traffic Before, During, & After Pandemic: What has Changed? at the Airfield & Airspace Performance Committee. The paper, w/ alum Lu Dai & prof Mark Hansen, was the highest rated paper Committee received.
EECS doctoral students Theophile Cabannes and Alben Rome Bagabaldo talk about their research Creating, Calibrating, and Validating Large-Scale Microscopic Traffic Simulation
SafeTREC postdoc Md Mintu Miah talks about his research on Evaluation of Bicycle Network Connectivity Using Graph Theory and Level of Traffic Stress (LTS)
Monday Sessions at TRB
RSG's Nick Fournier, former SafeTREC and PATH postdoc, talks about his research with PATH researcher Anthony Patire and Professor Alexander Skabardonis on A futures market for demand responsive travel pricing
City and Regional Planning doctoral student Michael Montilla and MS/MCP dual degree student Matthew Hui talk about their research on Using Disaggregate Vehicle Data to Investigate How Ride-Hailing Services Influence Personal Vehicle Use Across Levels of Transit Access
Berkeley Lab's Anna Spurlock, Ling Jin, and Hung-Chia Yang talk about Gender Gaps in Mode Usage, Vehicle Ownership, and Spatial Mobility When Entering Parenthood: A Life Course Perspective
Civil and Environmental Engineering doctoral student Dawson Do talks about his research w/ Hossein Nick Zinat Matin and Professor Maria Laura Delle Monache on A Two-Dimensional Diffusive and Advective Traffic Model an Large Networks
Vienna University of Technology's Bingyu Zhao, former postdoc under Professor Kenichi Soga, talks about research with Soga on An integrated data-driven agent-based simulation (AAAM) for dynamic operations and individual behavior in urban rail transit systems
Berkeley Lab's Ling Jin, Anna Spurlock and NREL's Bingrong Sun, Shivam Sharda discuss Demographic Microsimulator for Integrated Urban Systems: Adapting Panel Survey of Income Dynamics to Capture the Continuum of Life. Civil and Environmental Engineering doctoral students Amine Bouzaghrane and Juan Caicedo also participated in the research
PATH's Steven Shladover talks about a Critical Look at the State of the Automated Vehicles Industry
TSRC's Adam Cohen Co-leads the Time Use and Activity Patterns Subcommittee, AEP30(1)
Ready set debate! Civil and Environmental Engineering prof Joan Walker moderates Is Automobile Congestion a Useful Measure of Transportation Performance?: An Oxford-Style Debate. Excited to hear the outcome!
Civil and Environmental Engineering doctoral student Mingyuan Yang talks about Modeling Car Following Behaviors of Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Equipped Vehicles under Heterogeneous Desired Speeds, research done with our alum, @FloridaAtlantic Professor David Kan #TRBAM
Our alum, Florida Atlantic University Professor David Kan talks about Field Experiments on Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Car Following Behavior – Impact of Lane Changes, research done with our doctoral student Mingyuan Yang.
Civil and Environmental Engineering doctoral student Zhe Fu explains her research on A feedback control strategy for traffic flow harmonization in mixed-traffic environments, done with fellow student Abdul Kreidieh and professor Alexandre Bayen
@PittTweet's Slavica Gavric and @CHAcompanies Nikola Mitrovic present research with @Cal_Engineer Jasenka Rakas on Introduction and Preliminary Evaluation of Unified Urban Surface and Air Mobility
Wednesday at TRB
Doctoral students Alben Rome Bagabaldo, Theophile Cabannes, Xuan Jiang, and Yuhan Tang hang around TRB
Full house at the Transportation Safety Management Systems Committee Meeting (ACS10)!! Offer Grembek shares information about member involvement.
Joseph Broach presented "Evaluating the Potential of Crowdsourced Data to Estimate Network-Wide Bicycle Volumes" a paper done with SafeTREC post doc Md. Mintu Miah and alum Frank Proulx
Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Maria Laura Delle Monache presides at the Traffic Flow Theory, Part 4: Traffic Modeling, Monitoring, and Control session, checking out University of Queensland lecturer Mehmet Yoldirmoglu's poster
Catching up with @Cal_Engineer professor Alex Skabardonis and our alum UMass professor Eleni Christofa at a TRB poster session
SafeTREC co-director Offer Grembektalks about the Safe System Implementation Academy with Caltrans Chief Safety Officer Rachel Carpenter at the Transportation Safety Management Systems Committee Meeting (ACS10)
SafeTREC co-director Offer Grembek talks about research performed with Julia Griswold and Soheil Sohrabi on An Exploration of the Sources of Inequity in Roadway Safety
CEE doctoral student Alex Pan talks to DCRP MCP student Andre Soucy about her research on Struggling to Connect: Housing and Transportation Challenges of Low- and Moderate-Income Suburban Residents in the San Francisco Bay Area
CEE recent alum, StreetLight researcher Max Gardner talks about part of his PhD work on Numerical Analysis of Error Due to Sampling of Alternatives in Logit-Based Demand Forecasting Models with Massive Choice Sets
DCRP doctoral student Cheng-Kai Hsu talks about Kinematic Characterization of Risky Riding Behavior of On-Demand Food Delivery Motorcyclists in Taiwan
CEE doctoral student Xuan Jiang talks about his research on Integrating the Traffic Science with Deep Learning for City-wide Network Congestion Prediction
CEE doctoral students Zhe Fu and Alben Rome Bagabaldo check out posters at the last TRB poster session