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TRB 89th Annual Meeting (January 10-14, 2010)
Event Number:690
Event Title:Innovations in Transportation Network Modeling
Event Date:Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Event Location:Hilton, International Center
Presiding Officers: Srinivas Peeta - Purdue University
Sponsored By: Transportation Network Modeling  (ADB30)

Event Description:No description available

No agenda available

Presentations:
  Allocating Departure Time Slots To Optimize Dynamic Network Capacity (10-2014) (P10-1256) - B01 
     Yinyi Ma - Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands
     Henk J. van Zuylen - Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
     Yusen Chen - TNO, Netherlands
     Jan van Dalen - Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands
  Impact of Variations in Travel Demand and Network Supply Factors for Evacuation Studies (10-3302) (P10-1280) - B02 
     Adam J. Pel - Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
     Serge Hoogendoorn - Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
     Michiel C.J. Bliemer - Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
  Optimization of Evacuation Measures Under Uncertainty (10-2550) (P10-1294) - B03 
     Olga Huibregtse - Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
     Serge Hoogendoorn - Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
     Michiel C.J. Bliemer - Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
  Link-Level Vulnerability Indicators for Real-World Networks (10-1231) (P10-1295) - B04 
     Victor L. Knoop - Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
     Maaike Snelder - TNO, Netherlands
     Henk J. van Zuylen - Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
     Serge Hoogendoorn - Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
  Combined Destination and Route Choice Model for Capturing Both Compulsory and Discretionary Trips (10-0460) (P10-1264) - B05 
     You-Lian Chu - Parsons
  Column Generation Method for U.S. Army Flight Scheduling (10-2406) (P10-1270) - B06 
     Yihua Li - Walt Disney World Company
     Qing Miao - Norfolk Southern Railway
     Xiubin Bruce Wang - Texas A&M University
  Posterior Probability Distribution of Travel Behavior in Networks (10-1999) (P10-1265) - B06 
     Chong Wei - Kobe University, Japan
     Takamasa Iryo - Kobe University, Japan
     Yasuo Asakura - Kobe University, Japan
  Using Location Observations to Observe Routing for Choice Models (10-3753) (P10-1261) - B07 
     Michel Bierlaire - Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland
     Jingmin Chen - Ecole Polytechinique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
     Jeffrey Newman - Atlanta Analytics
  Congestion Pricing for Transportation Networks Under Supply and Demand Uncertainty (10-1782) (P10-1308) - B08 
     Lauren Gardner - University of New South Wales, Australia
     Stephen Boyles - University of Texas, Austin
     S. Travis Waller - University of New South Wales, Australia
  Deriving the Probability Density Function of Travel Time Under Capacity Uncertainty (10-1127) (P10-1307) - B09 
     ManWo Ng - Old Dominion University
     S. Travis Waller - University of New South Wales, Australia
  Bounding Travel Time Reliability with Semi-Analytical Inequalities (10-1122) (P10-1304) - B10 
     ManWo Ng - Old Dominion University
     Wai Yuen Szeto - University of Hong Kong
     S. Travis Waller - University of New South Wales, Australia
  Maximum Entropy Method for Subnetwork Origin-Destination Trip Matrix Estimation (10-1726) (P10-1255) - B11 
     Chi Xie - Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
     Kara Kockelman - University of Texas, Austin
     S. Travis Waller - University of New South Wales, Australia
  Identification of Competing and Feeder Links and Routes in a Toll Road Context (10-0531) (P10-1303) - B12 
     David Ricardo Suescun - University of Texas, Austin
     Dung-Ying Lin - National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
     Nevena Vajdic - Texas A&M University
     S. Travis Waller - University of New South Wales, Australia
     Ivan D. Damnjanovic - Texas A&M University
  Calibrated Labeling Method for Generating Bicyclist Route Choice Sets Incorporating Unbiased Attribute Variation (10-3610) (P10-1259) - C01 
     Joseph Broach - Portland State University
     John P. Gliebe - Resource Systems Group, Inc.
     Jennifer Dill - Portland State University
  Turn-by-Turn Routing Decision Based on Copula Travel Time Estimation with Observable Floating-Car Data (10-2723) (P10-1260) - C02 
     Ke Wan - Princeton University
     Alain L. Kornhauser - Princeton University
  Passenger Origin-Destination Matrix Estimation Employing the Path-Based Formulation of Transit Assignment Problem (10-3135) (P10-1258) - C03 
     Abbas Babazadeh - University of Tehran, Iran
     Mohammadadel Khodakarami - Texas A&M University
     Hedayat Zokaei Aashtiani - Sharif University of Technology, Iran
  Biofuel Refinery Location and Biomass Transportation Planning Under Traffic Congestion (10-0444) (P10-1276) - C04 
     Yun Bai - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
     Taesung Hwang - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
     Seungmo Kang - Korea University
     Yanfeng Ouyang - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  Effects of Failure Correlation on Reliable Facility Location: Continuum Approximation Approach (10-0440) (P10-1273) - C05 
     Xiaopeng Li - Mississippi State University
     Yanfeng Ouyang - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  Traveling Purchaser Problem with Stochastic Commodity Prices (10-0439) (P10-1269) - C06 
     Seungmo Kang - Korea University
     Yanfeng Ouyang - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  Reliable Sensor Location for Network Traffic Surveillance (10-0448) (P10-1253) - C07 
     Xiaopeng Li - Mississippi State University
     Yanfeng Ouyang - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  Optimal Locomotive Fueling Schedule and Location in Railroad Networks (10-0443) (P10-1266) - C08 
     Seyed Mohammad Nourbakhsh - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
     Yanfeng Ouyang - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  Finding Adaptive Alpha Reliable Paths in Stochastic Networks (10-2378) (P10-1268) - C09 
     Zhong Zhou - Citilabs
     Anthony Chen - Utah State University
  Intersection Turning-Movement Estimation Procedure Based on Path Flow Estimator (10-2802) (P10-1300) - C10 
     Anthony Chen - Utah State University
     Seungkyu Ryu - Utah State University
     Piya Chootinan - Department of Highways, Thailand
     Will Recker - University of California, Irvine
  Estimating Confidence Intervals for Path Flow Estimator (10-1805) (P10-1251) - C11 
     Anthony Chen - Utah State University
     Piya Chootinan - Department of Highways, Thailand
  Alpha Reliable Network Design with Multiple Objectives and Demand Uncertainty (10-2799) (P10-1275) - C12 
     Anthony Chen - Utah State University
     Seungkyu Ryu - Utah State University
     Chao Yang - Tongji University, China
     S. C. Wong - University of Hong Kong
  Unexpected Cause, Unexpected Effect: Empirical Observations of Twin Cities Traffic Behavior After I-35W Bridge Collapse and Reopening (10-1753) (P10-1289) - D02 
     Adam Danczyk - University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
     Henry X. Liu - University of Michigan
  Toll Road with Heterogeneous Users and Elastic Demand (10-3766) (P10-1298) - D04 
     Xiaolei Guo - University of Windsor, Canada
     Hai Yang - Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
     Henry X. Liu - University of Michigan
  Sparse Solution to System-Optimal Congestion-Pricing Problem (10-3758) (P10-1297) - D06 
     Xiaozheng He - Purdue University
     Henry X. Liu - University of Michigan
  Modeling Hurricane Disaster Relief Distribution with a Hierarchical Capacitated-Median Model (10-0706) (P10-1290) - D08 
     Michael John Widener - University of Cincinnati
     Mark W. Horner - Florida State University
  Graph-Theoretic Approach for Dynamic System Optimum Assignment with Intersection Control (10-2469) (P10-1247) - D10 
     Saif Eddin Jabari - IBM Corporation
     Henry X. Liu - University of Michigan
  Importance Measure of Network Components Under Disequilibrium and Braess Paradox (10-2622) (P10-1246) - D12 
     Xiaolei Guo - University of Windsor, Canada
     Henry X. Liu - University of Michigan
  Generating OD Matrices from Mobile Phone Trajectories (10-1972) (P10-1257) - E01 
     Markus Friedrich - Stuttgart University, Germany
     Katrin Immisch - Stuttgart University, Germany
     Prokop Jehlicka - Stuttgart University, Germany
     Thomas Otterstätter - Stuttgart University, Germany
     Johannes Schlaich - PTV Group, Germany
  Constructing Transit Origin-Destination Tables from Fragmented Data (10-3305) (P10-1254) - E02 
     Shinya Kikuchi - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
     Nopadon Kronprasert - Federal Highway Administration
  Cell-Based Merchant-Nemhauser Model for System Optimum Dynamic Traffic Assignment Problem (10-0367) (P10-1238) - E03 
     Yu Nie - Northwestern University
  Bilevel Highway Route Optimization (10-1330) (P10-1252) - E04 
     Min-Wook Kang - University of South Alabama
     Ning Yang - IBI Group
     Paul Schonfeld - University of Maryland, College Park
     Manoj K. Jha - Beulah Transportation Infrastructure, and Energry Group
  Consistent Route Flows and the Condition of Proportionality (10-1526) (P10-1233) - E05 
     Hillel Bar-Gera - Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
     Yu Nie - Northwestern University
     David Boyce - Northwestern University
     Yucong Hu - South China University of Technology
     Yang Liu - National University of Singapore
  Robust Optimization for Dynamic Traffic Assignment Under Demand Uncertainty (10-3679) (P10-1243) - E06 
     Tao Yao - Pennsylvania State University
     Aharon Ben-Tal - Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
     Byung Do Chung - Pennsylvania State University
     Supreet Reddy Mandala - Pennsylvania State University
  Class of Bush-Based Algorithms for Traffic Assignment Problem (10-0321) (P10-1232) - E07 
     Yu Nie - Northwestern University
  Analytical and Graphical Solutions for Dynamic User Optimum Assignment of Highway-City Street Network (10-1612) (P10-1242) - E08 
     Danjue Chen - University of Wisconsin, Madison
     Jorge Andres Laval - Georgia Institute of Technology
  Stability of User-Equilibrium Route Flow Solutions for Traffic Assignment Problem (10-0320) (P10-1231) - E09 
     Shu Lu - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
     Yu Nie - Northwestern University
  Solving Path-Based System-Optimal Dynamic Traffic Assignment Considering Queue Spillback (10-3494) (P10-1241) - E10 
     Zhen Qian - Carnegie Mellon University
     Wei Shen - University of California, Davis
     H. Michael Zhang - University of California, Davis
  Algorithm for Crew Scheduling Problem with Bin Packing Features (10-0642) (P10-1271) - F02 
     Wenxin Qiao - Beijing Jiaotong University
     Masoud Hamedi - University of Maryland, College Park
     Ali Haghani - University of Maryland, College Park
  Nonmonotonicity of Path Travel Time in Dynamic Traffic Assignment: Implications for Solution Existence and Practical Algorithms (10-4097) (P10-1244) - F03 
     Hani S. Mahmassani - Northwestern University
     Hamed Ali Babai - Northwestern University
  Application of Complementarity Approach to Large-Scale Traffic Equilibrium Problems (10-0720) (P10-1245) - F04 
     Shahabeddin Toobaie - National Railroad Passenger Corporation
     Hedayat Zokaei Aashtiani - Sharif University of Technology, Iran
     Masoud Hamedi - University of Maryland, College Park
     Ali Haghani - University of Maryland, College Park
  Second-Order Route-Swapping Heuristic for System-Optimal Dynamic Traffic Assignment Problem (10-3800) (P10-1240) - F05 
     Hayssam Sbayti - AECOM Consult Inc.
     Hani S. Mahmassani - Northwestern University
  Comparison Between Origin-Based Method and Complementarity Method for Solving the Traffic Assignment Problem (10-0721) (P10-1239) - F06 
     Rafael Olarte - University of Maryland, College Park
     Ali Haghani - University of Maryland, College Park
     Shahabeddin Toobaie - National Railroad Passenger Corporation
  Bilevel Programming Model for Minimum Cost Travel Time Data Collection with Time Windows (10-3468) (P10-1277) - F07 
     Haifeng Yu - New Jersey Institute of Technology
     I-Jy Chien - New Jersey Institute of Technology
     Ching-Jung Ting - Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
  Multiobjective Optimization for Multimodal Evacuation (10-3732) (P10-1293) - F08 
     Hossam Abdelgawad - Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada
     Baher Abdulhai - University of Toronto, Canada
     Mohamed Wahba - University of British Columbia, Canada
  Optimal All-Stop, Short-Turn, and Express Transit Services Under Heterogeneous Demand (10-3687) (P10-1221) - F09 
     Yavuz Y. Ulusoy - New Jersey Institute of Technology
     I-Jy Chien - New Jersey Institute of Technology
  Optimizing Mass Transit Utilization in Emergency Evacuation of Congested Urban Areas (10-3718) (P10-1222) - F10 
     Hossam Abdelgawad - Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada
     Baher Abdulhai - University of Toronto, Canada
     Mohamed Wahba - University of British Columbia, Canada
  Rapid Transit Network Design: New Model and Solution Algorithm (10-3334) (P10-1224) - G04 
     Shahab A. Kermanshahi - Sharif University of Technology, Iran
  Augmented Network-Based Urban Transit Assignment Model and Solution Algorithm Under Congestion (10-0616) (P10-1220) - G06 
     Ming Zhong - Wuhan University of Technology, China
     Bingfeng Si - Beijing Jiaotong University, China
     Huijun Sun - Beijing Jiaotong University, China
     Ziyou Gao - Jiaotong University, China
  Policy-Making Tool for Transit Priority Optimization in an Urban Network (10-1832) (P10-1219) - G08 
     Mahmoud Mesbah - Monash University, Australia
     Majid Sarvi - Monash University, Australia
     Graham Currie - Monash University, Australia
     Mahmoud Saffarzadeh - Tarbiat Modares University, Iran
  Railway Capacity Model and Decision Support Process for Strategic Capacity Planning (10-3604) (P10-1218) - G10 
     Yung-Cheng Lai - National Taiwan University
     Mei-Cheng Shih - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
     Jyh-Cherng Jong - Sinotech Engineering Consultants Inc., Taiwan
  Bilevel Programming Model for Planning Urban Microcirculation Transportation Network (10-0402) (P10-1272) - H01 
     Chen Qun - Central South University, China
  Algorithm for Determining the Most Reliable Travel Time Path on a Network with Normally Distributed and Correlated Link Travel Times (10-2001) (P10-1267) - H03 
     Ravi Seshadri - Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
     Karthik K. Srinivasan - Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
  Analytical Travel Time Estimation Method for Planning Models (10-2584) (P10-1305) - H05 
     Chenxi Lu - Ningbo University of Technology, China
     Fang Zhao - Florida International University
     Mohammed Hadi - Florida International University
  Efficient Dynamic Origin-Destination Matrix Estimation Framework (10-3798) (P10-1263) - H07 
     Hongbo Chi - Florida International University
     Fang Zhao - Florida International University
     Xiaoduan Sun - University of Louisiana, Lafayette
  Existence of Pricing Strategies in Heterogeneous Single-Bottleneck Model and Its Extensions (10-4122) (P10-1299) - H09 
     Kien Doan - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
     Satish V. Ukkusuri - Purdue University
     Gitakrishnan Ramadurai - Indian Institute of Technology Madras
  Estimating Time-Dependent Origin-Destination Demand Matrix Using Partial Dynamic and Partial Static Traffic Counts (10-4123) (P10-1262) - H11 
     Xiaoquan Liu - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
     Satish V. Ukkusuri - Purdue University
     Wilfredo Fernando Yushimito - Universidad Adolfo Ibanez, Chile
  Emissions Minimization Vehicle Routing Problem (10-4117) (P10-1278) - J01 
     Miguel Figliozzi - Portland State University
  Faster Converging Global Heuristic for Continuous Network Design Using Radial Basis Functions (10-1856) (P10-1274) - J02 
     Joseph Y. J. Chow - Ryerson University, Canada
     Amelia Regan - University of California, Irvine
     Dmitri Arkhipov - University of California, Irvine
  Comparisons Between MATSim and EMME/2 on the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area Network (10-1274) (P10-1281) - J04 
     Wenli Gao - University of Toronto, Canada
     Michael Balmer - Senozen, Switzerland
     Eric J. Miller - University of Toronto, Canada
  Optimal Refueling Station Location and Supply Planning for Hurricane Evacuation (10-3097) (P10-1282) - J05 
     Yang Gao - University of Arizona
     Yi-Chang Chiu - University of Arizona
     Shuo Wang - University of Arizona
     Simge Küçükyavuz - Ohio State University
  Modeling of Evacuation and Background Traffic for an Optimal Zone-Based Vehicle Evacuation Strategy (10-3093) (P10-1291) - J05 
     Hong Zheng - Purdue University
     Yi-Chang Chiu - University of Arizona
     Pitu B. Mirchandani - Arizona State University
     Mark D. Hickman - University of Queensland, Australia
  Evacuation Network Modeling via Dynamic Traffic Assignment with Probabilistic Demand and Capacity Constraints (10-3827) (P10-1283) - J06 
     Anil Yazici - Stony Brook University
     Kaan Mehmet Ali Ozbay - New York University
  Need to Reformulate Humanitarian Logistics Modeling to Explicitly Consider Social Costs (10-3413) (P10-1285) - J07 
     Jose Holguin-Veras - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
     Noel Perez - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
     Miguel Jaller - University of California, Davis
  Traffic Rationing and Short-Term and Long-Term Equilibrium (10-1869) (P10-1288) - J08 
     Xiaolei Wang - Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
     Hai Yang - Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
     Deren Han - Nanjing Normal University, China
  Risk-Neutral Second-Best Toll Pricing (10-2377) (P10-1301) - J09 
     Xuegang (Jeff) Ban - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
     Michael C. Ferris - University of Wisconsin, Madison
     Lisa Tang - University of Wisconsin, Madison
  Noisy Genetic Algorithm for Stochastic, Time-Varying Minimum Time Network Flow Problem (10-2113) (P10-1292) - J10 
     Elise Miller-Hooks - University of Maryland, College Park
     Sathaporn Opasanon - Thammasat University, Thailand
  Impact of Stochastic Traffic Capacities on Travel Times in Road Network (10-1831) (P10-1296) - J11 
     Kenetsu Uchida - Hokkaido University, Japan
     Kazunori Munehiro - Civil Engineering Research Institute for Cold Region, Japan
  Class of Perturbed Cell-Transmission Models to Account for Traffic Variability (10-3622) (P10-1302) - J12 
     Sebastien Blandin - Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
     Daniel B. Work - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
     Paola Goatin - INRIA
     Benedetto Piccoli - Istituto per le Aplicazioni del Calcolo "M. Picone," Italy
     Alexandre Bayen - University of California, Berkeley
  Less-than-Truckload Static Single-Carrier Collaboration Problem (10-2574) (P10-1211) - L01 
     Salvador Hernandez - Oregon State University
     Srinivas Peeta - Purdue University
  Slope-Based Multipath Flow Update Algorithm for Static User Equilibrium Traffic Assignment Problem (10-2184) (P10-1237) - L02 
     Amit Kumar - Purdue University
     Srinivas Peeta - Purdue University
  Fluid-Based Approximation Approach for Optimizing Dynamic Queuing Networks: Application to Seaport Truck Appointment Systems (10-3222) (P10-1212) - L03 
     Xiaoming Chen - Traffic Engineers, Inc.
     Xuesong Zhou - Arizona State University
     George F. List - North Carolina State University, Raleigh
  Hybrid Hypercube: Genetic Algorithm Approach for Deploying Many Transit Mobile Repair Units in an Urban Network (10-3534) (P10-1213) - L04 
     Nikolas Geroliminis - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
     Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou - National Technical University of Athens, Greece
     Aristides G. Karlaftis - ADK Consulting Engineers SA, Greece
  Choosing the Right Express Services for a Bus Corridor with Capacity Restrictions (10-1550) (P10-1214) - L05 
     Homero Larrain - Universidad Diego Portales, Chile
     Ricardo Giesen - Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
     Juan Carlos Munoz - Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
  Bounded Rationality in Hyperpath Assignment: Locally Rational Traveler Model (10-0100) (P10-1215) - L06 
     Achille Fonzone - Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom
     Michael G.H. Bell - University of Sydney, Australia
  Transit Assignment Model Considering the Correlation of Vehicles' Arrival (10-2016) (P10-1223) - L07 
     Hiroshi Shimamoto - Hiroshima University, Japan
     Fumitaka Kurauchi - Gifu University, Japan
     Jan-Dirk Schmöcker - Kyoto University, Japan
     Michael G.H. Bell - University of Sydney, Australia
  New Modifications to Bus Network Design (10-1994) (P10-1216) - L08 
     Nicole C. Foletta - Fehr & Peers
     Miquel Estrada-Romeu - Center for Innovation in Transport, Spain
     Mireia Roca-Riu - Center for Innovation in Transport, Spain
     Pere Martí - Center for Innovation in Transport, Spain
  Train Timetable Optimizing and Rescheduling Based on Improved Particle Swarm Algorithm (10-0753) (P10-1217) - L09 
     Xuelei Meng - Beijing Jiaotong University, China
     Limin Jia - Beijing Jiaotong University, China
     Yong Qin - Beijing Jiaotong University, China
  Bayesian Dynamic Linear Model Approach for Real-Time Short-Term Freeway Travel Time Prediction (10-2928) (P10-1306) - L10 
     Xiang Fei - IBM Research, China
     Chung-Cheng Lu - National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
     Ke Liu - Indus Corporation
     XiaoLing Li - Virginia Department of Transportation
  Marginal Congestion Delay and Its External Social Cost: Dynamic, Network-Based Analysis (10-0516) (P10-1309) - L11 
     Vincent Aguiléra - Universite Paris-Est, France
     Fabien M. Leurent - Universite Paris-Est, France
  Critical Links Supporting Vermont's Bulk Milk Transportation: Novel Application of Network Robustness Index (10-0593) - L12 
     Julia M. Smith - University of Vermont
     James Sullivan - University of Vermont
     Rebecca Grover - San Diego State University

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