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Transportation Research Board

The mission of the Transportation Research Board is to provide leadership in transportation innovation and progress through research and information exchange, conducted within a setting that is objective, interdisciplinary, and multimodal. TRB’s varied activities annually engage more than 9,000 engineers, scientists, and other transportation researchers and practitioners from the public and private sectors and academia, all of whom contribute their expertise in the public interest by participating on TRB committees, panels, and task forces.


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TRB Webinar: Next Generation Air Transportation System: A Research Update

Michael L. Becker, AICP

TRB Webinar: Factors that Influence Air Service Development

Robert C. Burlingham, AICP

TRB Webinar: Factors that Influence Air Service Development

Linda Kathleen Howard, AICP

TRB Webinar: Factors that Influence Air Service Development

Michael L. Becker, AICP

TRB Webinar: Decisions are Made on Tuesday Mornings – The Role and Requirements for Data in the Decision-Making Process

James D. Dempster, AICP

TRB Webinar: Decisions are Made on Tuesday Mornings – The Role and Requirements for Data in the Decision-Making Process

Harry Boxler, AICP

TRB Webinar: Planning for Safety Considerations on Airfields

Mohsen Salehi, AICP

Good presentation!
TRB Webinar: Planning for Safety Considerations on Airfields

Hwi Joon Park, AICP

Thank you.
TRB Webinar: Planning for Safety Considerations on Airfields

Geoffrey Baskir, AICP

This program provided an interesting overall summary of two ACRP projects - ACRP 50 and ACRP 96. Runway Safety Areas and Apron Planning Design are subject areas for which the ACRP research is applicable.
TRB Webinar: Planning for Safety Considerations on Airfields

Thomas G. Coyle, AICP

Very technical information
TRB Webinar: Planning for Safety Considerations on Airfields

Ronald M. Hudson, AICP

Topic was a little more general that expected.
TRB Webinar: Planning for Safety Considerations on Airfields

Mikko J. Huttunen, AICP

Transportation Expenditures and the Future of Automobility

Danny Pleasant, AICP

Thought provoking view of economic forces affecting travel behavior changes in the US and Canada.
Transportation Expenditures and the Future of Automobility

William E. Figge, AICP

Excellent papers that provided good dat to help make the case that travel needs and desires are changing
Operationalizing Resilience in Transport

Miguel A. Rodriguez, AICP

Gender Differences and the Built Environment

Janae Futrell, AICP

Gender Differences and the Built Environment

Marsha Anderson Bomar, AICP

Excellent presentations. I was the moderator and we had the largest audience (more than 200) who were quite engaged with the discussion. The international panel shared and received important technical information to move the conversation about gender differences forward.
Department of Transportation Experience with Sustainability Tools

Danny Pleasant, AICP

Reminded me of the broad range of definitions used to describe "sustainability." The information was interesting and very academic. I was struggling to understand how to bring the information into practical application.
Department of Transportation Experience with Sustainability Tools

William E. Figge, AICP

Braod discussion of generally avaiable tools
Department of Transportation Experience with Sustainability Tools

Brian G. Pieplow, AICP

Given my interest and involvement with Envision, this was of interest to compare/contrast with FHWA's Invest program.