TRB Annual Meeting 2017

EDR Group Colleagues will present on a variety of transportation-related topics at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 96th Annual Meeting, January 8–12, 2017 in Washington, D.C.

The meeting is expected to attract more than 12,000 transportation professionals from around the world, and the program will cover all transportation modes, with more than 5,000 presentations in nearly 800 sessions and workshops, addressing topics of interest to policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions. 

Check out where to find us and what we are sharing at the follow presentations and committee meetings:


Monday   1/9:

8:00am-9:45am (Convention Center,   Hall E) – Session 201: The Sharing Economy: Determining the Impact on Transportation Services   Poster Session

  • Steven Landau & Chandler Duncan: US and Australia Experience with Surveys of Ridesharing Markets”

8:00am-12pm   (Marriot Marquis) - Intercity Passenger   Rail Committee (AR010)

  • 8:45-9:15   – Glen Weisbrod presenting “APTA High Speed Rail Evaluation Guide”

1:30pm – 3:15pm (Convention   Center) – Session #408: Relationship of Trade, the Economy, and the Transportation Within the United States

  • Paul Bingham   presenting Relationship of Trade, the Economy, and the Transportation Within the United States” (Presentation # P17-20835)

1:30pm – 3:15pm   (Convention Center, Hall E) – Session 350: Transportation & Economics Poster Session

  • Mark   Sieber & Chandler Duncan: “Incorporating Uncertainty into Economic Analysis: Lessons from Switzerland and the US”
1:30pm-5:30pm   (Marriott Marquis) - Statewide Multipmodal Transporation Planning Committee Meeting 
  • 3:30pm-3:50pm - Chandler Duncan presenting “NCRHP synthesis on Resource Allocation among Programs of work”
Tuesday   1/10:

3:45pm-5:30pm   (Convention Center, Hall E) - Session 627: “Economic Development, Accessibility,   and Livability Poster Session”

  • Glen Weisbrod & Naomi Stein: “Freight Accessibility & Economic Development: Case Studies in Practical Measurement”