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Upcoming webinars for transportation professionals - Corridor Management, Goods Movement, and Encouraging Sustainable Travel

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  • Asha Agrawal
    New Research Webinars for Transportation Professionals You are invited to three free, lunchtime webinars that will present cutting-edge research on the themes
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      New Research Webinars for Transportation Professionals

      You are invited to three free, lunchtime webinars that will present
      cutting-edge research on the themes of Corridor Management, Freight &
      Goods Movement, and Encouraging Sustainable Travel. Following the
      presentation, each seminar's Q+A session gives you the chance to engage in
      dialogue with the presenters and other audience members.

      ATTEND IN-PERSON OR ONLINE!

      - Wednesdays: April 14, May 12, and June 16. 11 AM - 1 PM.

      - To attend in person: Veteran Affairs Building - 5th floor - Room #518,
      1227 “O” Street, Sacramento CA

      - To attend on-line: Details at:
      http://stc.ucdavis.edu/outreach/UTC-Caltrans-How.php

      (Full details at STC.UCDavis.edu/outreach/UTC-Caltrans-seminars.php)

      The webinars are presented by the California University Transportation
      Centers and the Caltrans Division of Research and Innovation

      Program line-up below.
      ______________


      SEMINAR # 1: CORRIDOR MANAGEMENT — WED. APRIL 14

      TransDec: A Data-Driven Framework for Decision-Making in Transportation
      Systems
      Cyrus Shahabi - University of Southern California & Metrans Transportation
      Center

      What Happens to Commuting when It Is Disrupted by a Major Freeway
      Reconstruction Project? Insights from Fix I-5
      Patricia L. Mokhtarian - UC Davis & Sustainable Transportation Center

      Mobile Millennium: Using Cell Phones for Real-Time Traffic Monitoring
      Joe Butler - UC Berkeley CCIT & California University Transportation
      Center

      Introductions: Robert Copp, Caltrans Division of Traffic Operations

      Q+A moderation: Susan Handy, Sustainable Transportation Center, UC Davis
      ______________

      SEMINAR # 2: FREIGHT & GOODS MOVEMENT — WED. MAY 12

      Impact of Inland Ports on Southern California’s Freight Transportation
      Network
      Ardavan Asef-Vaziri - CSU Northridge & Leonard Transportation Center

      Environmental and Health Impacts of Freight Transportation to and from the
      Ports
      of Long Beach and Los Angeles

      Stephen G. Ritchie - UC Irvine & University of California Transportation
      Center
      Accident Rates and Safety Policies for Trucks Serving Ocean Container
      Ports

      Seiji Steimetz - CSU Long Beach & METRANS Transportation Center
      Large Scale Real Options Models for Network Investment Planning and

      Operational Risk Hedging: Applications to Freight Investment Planning
      Amelia Regan - UC Irvine & University of California Transportation Center

      Introductions: Larry Orcutt, Caltrans Division of Research & Innovation

      Q+A moderation: Thomas O’Brien, METRANS Transportation Center, CSU Long
      Beach
      ______________

      SEMINAR # 3: ENCOURAGING SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL — WED. JUNE 16

      Measuring Walking and Cycling: A Low-Cost Survey Method for Local
      Communities
      Asha Weinstein Agrawal - San José State University & Mineta Transportation
      Institute

      Intelligent Transportation Systems as a Way to Reduce Greenhouse Gas
      Emissions
      Matt Barth - UC Riverside & University of California Transportation Center


      How Do We Get More People Bicycling? Evidence from the Davis Bicycle
      Studies
      Susan Handy - UC Davis & Sustainable Transportation Center

      How to Ease Women’s Fear of Transportation Environments: Case Studies of
      Best Practices
      Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris - UCLA & Mineta Transportation Institute

      Introductions: Larry Orcutt, Caltrans Division of Research & Innovation

      Q+A moderation: Karen Philbrick, Mineta Transportation Institute, San José
      State University


      (For details, see: STC.UCDavis.edu/outreach/UTC-Caltrans-seminars.php)




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