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TRB 91st Annual Meeting (January 22-26, 2012)
Event Number:711
Event Title:Innovations in Activity and Travel Behavior
Event Date:Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Event Location:Hilton, International Center
Presiding Officers: Eric J. Miller - University of Toronto, Canada
Sponsored By: Transportation Demand Management  (ABE50)
Traveler Behavior and Values  (ADB10)

Event Description:No description available

No agenda available

Presentations:
  Accommodating Multiple Constraints in Multiple-Discrete Continuous Extreme Value Choice Model (12-3583) - B01 
     Marisol Andrea Castro - The University of Texas at Austin
     Chandra R. Bhat - University of Texas, Austin
     Ram M. Pendyala - Georgia Institute of Technology School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
     Sergio Jara-Diaz - Universidad de Chile
  Street Networks, Mode of Travel, and Sense of Community in a University Town (12-0521) - B02 
     Kate E. Whalen - McMaster University, Canada
     Antonio Paez - McMaster University, Canada
     Chandra R. Bhat - University of Texas, Austin
     Md Moniruzzaman - The University of Western Australia
     Rajesh Paleti - University of Texas, Austin
  Joint Household-Level Analysis of Individuals' Work Arrangement Choices (12-3745) - C02 
     Mubassira Khan - University of Texas, Austin
     Rajesh Paleti - University of Texas, Austin
     Chandra R. Bhat - University of Texas, Austin
     Ram M. Pendyala - Georgia Institute of Technology School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  Understanding Place Through Use of Mixed-Method Approach (12-2984) - C04 
     Kathleen Elizabeth Deutsch-Burgner - Data Perspectives Consulting
     Konstadinos G. Goulias - University of California, Santa Barbara
  Joint Modeling of Propensity and Distance for Walking Trip Generation (12-0967) - C05 
     Khandker M. Nurul Habib - University of Toronto, Canada
     Xiao Han - University of Toronto, Canada
     William Lin - University of Toronto, Canada
  Synopsis of Users’ Behavior of a Carsharing Program: Case Study in Toronto, Canada (12-0964) - C07 
     Cindy Costain - University of Toronto, Canada
     Carolyn Ardron - University of Toronto, Canada
     Khandker M. Nurul Habib - University of Toronto, Canada
  I'll Take the Money and You Can Have the Short Commute: Study of Household-Level Work and Travel Decisions (12-3394) - C12 
     Vikki O'Neill - Queens University, United Kingdom
     Stephane Hess - University of Leeds, United Kingdom
     Danny Campbell - Queens University, United Kingdom
  Investigating the Influence of Environmentalism and Variety Seeking on Mode Choice (12-0086) - D02 
     Nadine Rieser-Schüssler - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
     Kay W. Axhausen - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
  Developing Sustainability-Oriented Values and Practices: Narrative Accounts of Drivers in Plug-in Hybrids (12-1501) - F05 
     Jonn Axsen - Simon Fraser University, Canada
     Kenneth S. Kurani - University of California, Davis
  Behavioral Housing Search Choice Set Formation: Spatial Hazard-Based Screening Model (12-1172) - G09 
     Taha Hossein Rashidi - University of New South Wales, Australia
     Abolfazl Mohammadian - University of Illinois, Chicago
  Joint Tour-Based Model of Tour Complexity, Passenger Accompaniment, Vehicle Type Choice, and Tour Length (12-3599) - H01 
     Rajesh Paleti - University of Texas, Austin
     Ram M. Pendyala - Georgia Institute of Technology School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
     Chandra R. Bhat - University of Texas, Austin
     Karthik Charan Konduri - University of Connecticut
  Estimating Value of Travel Time and Value of Reliability Using Dynamic Toll Data (12-2761) - H15 
     Xiaozheng He - Purdue University
     Henry X. Liu - University of Michigan
     Xinyu Cao - University of Minnesota
  Understanding the Commute to Work on U.S. Military Bases (12-4684) - J05 
     Geoffrey Michael Morrison - University of California, Davis
     C.-Y. Cynthia Lin - University of California, Davis
  Social Marketing Technique for Soft-Measure Personalized Travel Plans (12-4018) - J06 
     Italo Meloni - University of Cagliari, Italy
     Silvio Porcu - University of Cagliari, Italy
     Erika Spissu - Cintra US
  Portfolio Theory of Route Choice (12-3941) - J07 
     David M. Levinson - University of Minnesota
     Shanjiang Zhu - George Mason University
  Environmental Knowledge and Environmental Attitudes on Transportation of Chinese Youth (12-3674) - J08 
     Cindy Tse - University of British Columbia, Canada
     Jinhua Zhao - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  Keeping It Simple in Travel Demand Modeling Field (12-3355) - J09 
     Pat Katherine Burnett - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  Traveling in Comfort: Investigating Weather Ranges for Travel (12-2995) - J10 
     Roger B. Chen - Rochester Institute of Technology
     Kelly J. Clifton - Portland State University
  Exploring Weekend Travel Behavior in a Developing Country: Empirical Study of Seoul, South Korea (12-2978) - J11 
     Sangho Choo - Hongik University, South Korea
     Hyangsook Lee - Incheon University
     Dahee Hong - Korea Transport Institute
  Understanding Changes in Vehicle Miles Traveled in Response to Fuel Price and Fuel Efficiency for Different Income Groups (12-2679) - J12 
     Menglin Wang - University of Washington
     Cynthia Chen - University of Washington
  Framework and Model for Parking Decisions (12-2649) - J13 
     Ofir Hilvert - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
     Tomer Toledo - Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
     Shlomo Bekhor - Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
  Another Look at Vehicle Miles Traveled: Determinants of Vehicle Use in Two-Vehicle Households (12-2615) - J14 
     Gulsah Akar - Ohio State University
     Jean-Michel Guldmann - Ohio State University
  Foreign Living Experience as Predictor of Domestic Travel Behavior  (12-1535) - J15 
     Shaunna K. Burbidge - Active Planning
  Investigating Effects of Psychological Factors on Commuting Mode Choice Behavior  (12-1192) - J16 
     Ahmed Osman Idris - University of British Columbia, Canada
     Khandker M. Nurul Habib - University of Toronto, Canada
     Alejandro Tudela - Universidad de Concepcion, Chile
     Amer Shalaby - University of Toronto, Canada
  How Do Local Actions Affect VMT? Critical Review of Empirical Evidence (12-0842) - J17 
     Deborah Salon - University of California, Davis
     Marlon G. Boarnet - University of Southern California, Los Angeles
     Susan L. Handy - University of California, Davis
     Steven Spears - University of California, Irvine
     Gil Tal - University of California, Davis
  Value of Life Cycle in Explaining Trip-Making Behavior and Improving Temporal Stability of Trip Generation Models (12-0661) - J18 
     Leta F. Huntsinger - Parsons Brinckerhoff
     Nagui M. Rouphail - North Carolina State University, Raleigh
  Impacts of Household Structure on Individual Stochastic Travel and Out-of-Home Activity Time Budgets (12-0329) - J20 
     Yusak Octavius Susilo - KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
     Erel Avineri - Tel Aviv Academic College of Engineering, Israel
  Travel Behavior and Perceived Barriers to Walking More Frequently: Analysis of Relationship Between Mode Choice and Attitudes in California (12-0287) - K05 
     Gwen Averill Kash - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
     Noreen McDonald - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  Methodology for Parking Modeling and Pricing in Traffic Impact Studies (12-0174) - K06 
     Saeed Asadi Bagloee - Monash University Melbourne Australia
     Mohsen Asadi - Kharazmi University, Iran
     Lorna Richardson - Parsons Transportation Group Inc.
  Mixed-Logit Latent-Class Model of Strategic Route Choice Behavior with Real-Time Information (12-2867) - K07 
     Hengliang Tian - University of Massachusetts, Amherst
     Song Gao - University of Massachusetts, Amherst
     Donald L. Fisher - University of Massachusetts, Amherst
     Brian Post - University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  Contextual Effects of Land Use on Mode Choice for Nonwork Travel: Multilevel Multinomial Logit Modeling Analysis (12-2743) - K08 
     Ming Zhang - University of Texas, Austin
     Wenjia Zhang - University of Texas, Austin
     Xiao Bai - University of Texas, Austin
  Influence of Individual Characteristics and the Built Environment on Grocery Shopping Travel Frequency (12-2752) - K09 
     Junfeng Jiao - Texas University - Austin
     Anne Vernez Moudon - University of Washington
     Adam Drewnowski - University of Washington
  Positive Model of Departure Time and Peak Spreading Dynamics  (12-4514) - K10 
     Lei Zhang - University of Maryland, College Park
     Chenfeng Xiong - University of Maryland, College Park
  Agent-Based Model of Dynamic Activity-Travel Scheduling and Implementation (12-3715) - K11 
     Huiye Ma - Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
     Theo A. Arentze - Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
     Harry J. P. Timmermans - Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
  How Built Environment Affects Travel Behavior: Comparative Analysis of Connections Between Land Use and Vehicle Miles Traveled in U.S. Cities (12-4500) - K12 
     Lei Zhang - University of Maryland, College Park
     Jin Hyun Hong - University of Washington
     Arefeh Nasri - University of Maryland, College Park
     Qing Shen - University of Washington
  Car Drivers’ Compliance with Route Advice and Willingness to Choose Socially Desirable Routes (12-2333) - K13 
     Kasper Kerkman - Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
     Theo A. Arentze - Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
     Aloys Borgers - Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
     Astrid Kemperman - Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
  How Can We Alter Our Carbon Footprint? Estimating Greenhouse Gas Emissions Based on Travel Survey Information  (12-3136) - K14 
     Anais Catherine Bussod Mathez - Portland State University
     Kevin Manaugh - McGill University, Canada
     Vincent Chakour - McGill University, Canada
     Ahmed M. El-Geneidy - McGill University, Canada
     Marianne Hatzopoulou - McGill University, Canada
  Dynamic Analysis of Japanese Tourists' Three Stage Choices: Tourism Participation, Destination Choice, and Travel Mode Choice (12-2270) - K15 
     Lingling Wu - Hiroshima University, Japan
     Junyi Zhang - Hiroshima University, Japan
     Akimasa Fujiwara - Hiroshima University, Japan
  Rescuing the Captive Mode User: Alternative Approach to Transport Market Segmentation  (12-1823) - K16 
     Cynthia Jacques - McGill University, Canada
     Kevin Manaugh - McGill University, Canada
     Ahmed M. El-Geneidy - McGill University, Canada
  Composition of Vehicle Occupancy for Journey-To-Work Trips: Evidence of Ridesharing from 2009 National Household Travel Survey Vermont Add-On Sample (12-0489) - K17 
     Nathan Patrick Belz - University of Alaska, Fairbanks
     Brian H. Y. Lee - University of Vermont
  Car Drivers’ Preferences Regarding Parking in Context of Different Trip Characteristics (12-0920) - K18 
     Peter J. H. J. Van der Waerden - Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
  Behavioral Insights Model: Overaraching Framework for Applying Behavioral Insights in Transport Policy Analysis (12-0314) - K19 
     Jaco Berveling - Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis
     Odette A. W. T. van de Riet - Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis

Subject Areas:
  Data and Information Technology
  Planning and Forecasting

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