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TRB Conference Program
TRB 91st Annual Meeting - Workshop Information
January 22-26, 2012
Washington, D.C.

Annual Meeting registration is required to attend all workshops. The Human Factors Workshops have limits on attendance and require a separate ticket fee.


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Saturday, January 21, 2012
     9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.DAWG Forum on Pavement Performance Data Analysis
SHRP 2 Renewal Products to Manage Your Projects (CANCELLED)
     1:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.What to Do When TEA Runs Out: Challenges and Opportunities for Restructuring the Federal Surface Transportation Program
Sunday, January 22, 2012
     8:00 a.m.-noon100 - Postinstallation Inspection of Buried Pipe
101 - Preserving the Lost Art of Geometric Design: Streets and Intersections
     8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.102 - Alternative Binders for Sustainable Asphalt Pavements
     9:00 a.m.-noon119 - Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation
103 - Automated Machine Guidance and Electronic Modeling for Highway Design
120 - Bus Rapid Transit Development in Latin America: Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead
121 - C2KX + ACS1, 3, 5 = Census Data of the Future
111 - DARWinME: Initial Experience of Software Users
104 - Doctoral Student Research in Asphalt Materials and Mixtures
105 - Doctoral Student Research in Transportation Operations and Traffic Control
112 - Emergency Response Planning at State Transportation Agencies
122 - Enterprise GIS: Return on Investment
106 - Environmental Management of Low-Volume Roads
123 - Establishing National Bicycle and Pedestrian Data Clearinghouse, Part 1: T3 Approach (Part 2, Session 191)
124 - Exploring Extreme Weather Impacts on Transportation System Operations in Europe: Opportunities for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation
113 - FAA's Airports Geographic Information System Program: Implementation Plan and Data Submission
125 - From Roadside to Cubicle: Integrating Innovation into Corporate Culture
126 - Global Road Safety: Advancing the Decade of Action
107 - Incorporating Web-Based Tools into Transportation Practices, Part 1: Web-Based Tools (Part 2, Session 156, Social Media)
127 - Indian Reservation Roads and Public Law 93-638 Addressing Contracting and Compacting
128 - Information, Images, and Data: Practical Guidance for Using and Owning Intellectual Property
114 - Innovative Doctoral Research from Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program
116 - Integrated Public and Private Sector Freight Rail Planning
129 - Moving Beyond Quantitative Attributes in Stated-Response Surveys: Understanding the Role of Qualitative Variables in Travel Choices
130 - Multimodal Pricing: Interplay of Transit, Managed Lanes, and Congestion Pricing
131 - No Silver Bullets: Alternative Fuels in the Transportation Sector
132 - Peeling Back the Layers of Dynamic Traffic Assignment Modeling Approaches
108 - Performance Testing of Asphalt Pavements: Relationship of Practical Laboratory Testing to Actual Field Performance and Operations
109 - Practical Health Monitoring for Transportation Structures
115 - Practical Smoothness Solutions with ProVAL
133 - Recent Advances in Choice Modeling: Theoretical Developments and Practical Applications
117 - Refining Terminal Area Forecasts: Incorporation of Markets, Network, Equipment, Operations, and Uncertainty
118 - SHRP 2 Project R10 Management Strategies for Complex Projects
SHRP 2 Utility Products That You Can Use (CANCELLED)
110 - Signing and Marking Management: Best Practices and Safety Benefits
134 - State and Regional Revenue Innovations
135 - Taxi Research: Priorities, Practices, and Opportunities
136 - Using Models to Meet the Demands of Transportation Planning in the 21st Century
137 - Weighing Pros and Cons of the Relationship of Freight to Communities: Efforts to Achieve a Balance
     9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.140 - Building Modern Urban Bikeways: National Association of City Transportation Officials' Guide and National Experience
138 - Coming out of the Recession: Changes in Transportation Infrastructure Construction in the New Economy
141 - Integrated Transportation and Air Quality Modeling: Model Implementation, Data issues, and Application to PM Hotspot Analysis
142 - Intersection of Health and Transportation: What We Know, What We Don't Know, and How We Can Better Integrate Health Considerations into Transportation Decisions
143 - Reauthorization: National Performance Metrics
139 - Rollover Crashes and Crashworthiness and Their Impact on Occupant Protection
     9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.144E - At What Age Should Teenagers Begin to Drive? The Research Evidence
144I - Gedankenexperiment on Driver Distraction: Exploring Potential Outcomes of Technology to Mitigate Driver Distraction
144F - Geometric Design Features and What Drivers Do with Them
144A - How to Get the Public to Wake Up to the Seriousness of Sleep Deprivation and Its Significant Safety and Health Effects in the Transportation System: Strategies for Communicating and Addressing Drowsiness
144B - Human Factors in the Courtroom: Current Applications
144H - If It Is Advanced, Automated, or Integrated Does That Mean It Works?
145 - Integrated Corridor Management
146 - Microsimulation and Design of Experiments: An Introduction
144G - Older Driver Safety: In International Perspective
144D - Physiological Recording of Driver Physical and Attentional States
144C - Working in the Data Mines: SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study Data Set
     9:30 a.m.-noon147 - Long-Term Pavement Performance State Coordinators' Meeting
     1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.148 - So You Want to be a Transportation Professional
     1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.149 - Doctoral Student Research in Transportation Modeling
     1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.173 - Analyzing the Risks and Rewards of Public-Private Partnerships
150 - Artificial or Real Intelligence? Pros and Cons of Statistics and AI Approaches Using Benchmark Data Sets in Transportation
164 - Automated Survey of Pavement Distress
165 - Aviation System Planning: Roles, Resources, and Responsibilities
174 - Back to Basics: Fostering and Nurturing Research Agendas for TRB Standing Committees
175 - Best Practices in Parking Management and Pricing: Lessons Learned from Recently Implemented U.S. Programs
176 - Bold Approaches to Ridesharing: Filling the World’s Empty Seats
166 - Bridge and Tunnel Safety and Security
177 - Command-Level Decision-Making Training for Transit Emergency Managers: Use of Immersive Simulations
151 - Continuous Deflection Measurements for Highway Infrastructure Assessments
152 - Design Detailing, Fabrication, Analysis, and Behavior of Skewed Bridges
153 - Design of Seismically Isolated Bridges
154 - Effective Quality Assurance and Quality Control Strategies for Achieving High-Quality Contract Documents
155 - Geologic Innovation in Subsurface Exploration
178 - Incorporating Social Media into Transportation Surveys
156 - Incorporating Web-Based Tools into Transportation Practices, Part 2: Social Media (Part 1, Session 107)
167 - Innovation Up in the Air: Meeting and Measuring NextGen Air Traffic Management Challenges
168 - Managing Roadsides as Productive and Sustainable Economic Assets and Ecological Services
179 - Measuring the Influence of Pavement Surfaces on Traffic and Vehicle Noise at the Wayside
157 - Measuring, Modeling, and Validation of Smoothness as Predicted by the Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide
158 - Moisture Damage to Hot-Mix Asphalt Mixtures
180 - Public Involvement in Environmental Justice Communities: Conflict Management
169 - Rail Security: Critical Insights and Applications
181 - Ready for Automated Mobility
182 - Research on Data Mining and Complex Networks Meets Transportation Research: New Approach to Existing Challenges in Travel Behavior Analysis
183 - Riding the National Environmental Policy Act Railroad
184 - Sensing Technologies for Transportation Applications
170 - SHRP 2 Accelerated Bridge Construction Projects in Action
159 - SHRP 2 Products for Designing and Constructing Long-Life Pavements
185 - Successful Asset Management Business Models and Barriers to Their Implementation
171 - Supply Chain and Logistics Issues During Large-Scale Emergencies: A Closer Look
160 - Systemic Approaches to Highway Safety
186 - TCRP: Good Things Come in Pairs
172 - Turnout Design, Maintenance, and Automated Inspection
187 - Urban and Regional On-Road Transportation Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Options and Strategies Analysis
188 - Urban Data Integration: New Frontiers in Urban Transportation Data Management
161 - Use of Simulation to Assess Safety Performance
162 - Using Information Technology to Support Better Construction Management
189 - Using Knowledge Management to Leverage Organizational Wisdom: Tools and Strategies
163 - Using the New and Improved Roadside Safety Analysis Program
     1:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.191 - Establishing National Bicycle and Pedestrian Data Clearinghouse, Part 2: Setting a Research Agenda (Part 1, Session 123)
192 - Following in Lee Schipper's Footsteps in Pursuit of Good Travel and Fuel Economy Data: Status of U.S. Travel Data and Options for Improvement
190 - Internal Curing of Concrete
Thursday, January 26, 2012
     8:00 a.m.-noon805 - Building the 21st Century Workforce: State of the Research in Assessing Effectiveness of Transportation Programs Aimed at Knowledge and Skill Building and Enhancement
803 - Research and Emerging Technology in Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Design and Construction
804 - Status of Long-Term Bridge Performance Program
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