3RFM presentations at TRB 2020

Event Date

Location
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, in Washington, D.C.

The 3RFM team will be presenting at TRB. See schedule below (pdf available at the bottom of page)

Date/Time Meeting Type Meeting Title Presenter Presentation Name/Number Code/Board Location
Monday (8-9:45am) POSTER Poster Session 1144: Bicycle Research Poster Session  Kailai Wang Commuting Mode Choices and Bicycle Level of Traffic Stress: Findings from the Franklin County, Ohio A194 Hall A
Monday (8-9:45am) PRESENTATION   Lectern Session 1101: Autonomous Vehicles and Travel Behavior  Giovanni Circella Do People Expect Autonomous Vehicles to Change Their Residential Location and Vehicle Ownership? Early Glimpses from the State of Georgia 20-03111  145A
Monday (10:15-12pm) POSTER Poster Session 1226: Ridesourcing, Ridesharing, and Carsharing Xiatian Wu Assessing the VMT Effect of Ridesourcing Services in the US -- Evidence from 2017 National Household Travel Survey B301 Hall A
  POSTER Poster Session 1226: Ridesourcing, Ridesharing, and Carsharing Farzad Alemi, Giovanni Circella, Grant Matson, Daniel Sperling Insights from the California Mobility Panel Study: Evolution in the Use, Impacts and Limitations on the Use of (Shared) Ridehailing B309 Hall A
  POSTER Poster Session 1226: Ridesourcing, Ridesharing, and Carsharing Xiatian Wu The Evolution, Usage and Trip Patterns of Taxis & Ridesourcing Services B300 Hall A
  PRESENTATION   Lectern Session 1167: Shared Mobility, Automated Vehicles, and the Future of Mobility Jai Malik, Giovanni Circella, Farzad Alemi, Lewis Fulton Adoption of Ridehailing in Four Megacities in Developing Countries 20-06045 145A
  PRESENTATION   Lectern Session 1167: Shared Mobility, Automated Vehicles, and the Future of Mobility Farzad Alemi Controlling for Selection and Simultaneity Biases in the Relationships between Ridehailing Use and Vehicle Ownership in the 2017 NHTS 20-02708 145A
Monday (3:45-5:30pm) POSTER Poster Session 1332: Information and Communications Technologies, Smartphones, Activity Patterns, and Travel Choices Kailai Wang Synergistic Effects of Telecommuting and the Built Environment on Sustainable Travel: A Machine Learning Approach A123 Hall A
  POSTER Poster Session 1332: Information and Communications Technologies, Smartphones, Activity Patterns, and Travel Choices Giovanni Circella The Adoption of Ridehailing in the United States: Evidence from the 2017 NHTS A115 Hall A
  POSTER Poster Session 1332: Information and Communications Technologies, Smartphones, Activity Patterns, and Travel Choices Jai Malik, Farzad Alemi, Giovanni Circella Who Wants to Share? Exploring the Factors that Affect the Frequency of Use of Ridehailing and the Adoption of Shared Ridehailing in California A116 Hall A
Monday (6:00- 7:30 PM) SUBCOMMITEE Sustainability and New Transportation Technologies Conference 2020 Planning Committee Giovanni Circella co-presides     Marriott Marquis, Independence Salon C (M4)
Tuesday (8-9:45am) COMMITTEE MEETINGS  Effects of Information and Communication Technologies on Travel Choices Committee (ADB20) Presided by Giovanni Circella     Marriott Marquis, Independence Salon A (M4)
Tuesday (10:15-12pm) PRESENTATION   Lectern Session 1465: Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Critical Evaluation of Bikeway Rating Methods and Cyclist Typologies  Giovanni Circella The Role of Attitudes in Perceptions of Bicycle Facilities: A Latent-Class Regression Approach 20-02895 103A
  POSTER Poster Session 1480: Transportation Management and Governance in the Age of Disruption  Lewis Fulton, Jai Malik Impact of Vehicle Automation and Electric Propulsion on Production Costs for Mobility Services Worldwide 20-02734 A253
  PRESENTATION   Lectern Session 1441: Adoption of Emerging Mobility Services and Other Disruptive Technologies: An International Perspective Giovanni Circella presides      145A
Tuesday (3:45-5:30pm) POSTER Poster Session 1624: Progress in Statewide and Long-Range Multimodal Planning  Kailai Wang Investigating Tools for Evaluating Service and Improvement Opportunities on Bicycle Routes in Ohio 20-03605 A147
  PRESENTATION   Lectern Session 1584: Information and Communications Technologies and the Evolution of Travel Choices Tho Le, Giovanni Circella, Grant Matson Propensity towards Ownership and Use of Automated Vehicles: Who Are the Adopters? Who the Non-adopters? Who Is Hesitant? 20-03064 145A
Tuesday (8pm) RECEPTION ITS reception  . . . Courtyard by Marriott Hotel.
Wednesday (8-9:45am) POSTER Poster Session 1688: Travel Behavior Mega Poster Session  Yan Xing, Susan Handy, Giovanni Circella, Yunshi Wang, Farzad Alemi Exploring the Role of Attitude in the Acceptance of Self-driving Shuttles A137 Hall A
Wednesday (10:15-12pm) POSTER Poster Session 1728: Transportation Modeling Network Mega and Joint Poster Session with Traveler Behavior and Values  Ran Sun, Yueyue Fan, Yudi Yang Stochastic Transit OD Demand Estimation Using Multi-day APC Observations A131 Hall A