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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: Business Planning Approaches for Disruptive or Irregular Airport Operations

Steven R. Ryan, AICP

TRB Webinar: Business Planning Approaches for Disruptive or Irregular Airport Operations

Lisa L. Murphy, AICP

Very relevant topic to airport managers. Interesting methodology. Gave me a lot to think about when planning for disruptive airport incidents.
TRB Webinar: 20 Years of Advancements in Roundabout Design, Roundabout Construction Sequencing and the Case for Illumination of Roundabouts

Maureen Paz De Araujo

TRB Webinar: 20 Years of Advancements in Roundabout Design, Roundabout Construction Sequencing and the Case for Illumination of Roundabouts

Zachary Matley, AICP

TRB Webinar: Risk Management Applications for All Airports

Geoffrey Baskir, AICP

A presentation of two TRB ACRP reports on project risk management and safety management practices and methodology, for adoption and use by those managing airport projects. ACRPs 116 and 131 are available for download and serve as part of TRBs growing reference library of aviation reports and tools.
Speed Data-ing

Brad S. Lane, AICP

Data Collection & Management - Part 2

David Richard Schmitt, AICP

Data Collection & Management - Part 2

Brad S. Lane, AICP

Data Visualization

David Richard Schmitt, AICP

Regional Airport System Plans: Recent Experience, Issues and Challenges.

Daniel R. Benson, AICP

The Puget Sound regional council presentation was interesting in that it applied some NexGen ideas into something useful for the airspace around the Seattle area. One benefit to the application was the routing of aircraft away from some noise sensitive receptor.
Regional Airport System Plans: Recent Experience, Issues and Challenges.

Roy G. Lewis, AICP

This slot in the program shifted to a Symposium Summary highlighting funding issues and research needs.
Continuous Aviation System Planning

Daniel R. Benson, AICP

This session highlighted the progressive system planning program the State of Florida has implemented over the last many years. They have arguably the best web site in the country for airport guidance available to the public. This session also contrasted the way Alaska and Louisiana provide funding to their state system airports.
Engaging Non-Aviation Stakeholders in System Planning: Integrating Issues Beyond the Airport Fence

Roy G. Lewis, AICP

important suggestions on achieving support from the community. I had a bit of insight on this going in since a representative from my firm participated on the panel. :-)
Continuous Aviation System Planning

Roy G. Lewis, AICP

Interesting to hear the perspectives of Alaska and Florida as benchmarks for continuous planning. Also had the opportunity to speak in depth with Brad Brandt the evening before; the classification of areas that lend best to continuous planning was helpful. ie: pavement, economic impact on 3 yr cycles, obstructions, wildlife, etc...
Airport Classification and Evolving Roles

Daniel R. Benson, AICP

Mr. Black from the FAA was very forthcoming on what the ASSET study was about and what it means for AIP funding for nonclassified airports in the future. Dr. Netty gave me a connection I had not made regarding an obscure federal airports act from 1947. Both were excellent speakers.
Airport Classification and Evolving Roles

Roy G. Lewis, AICP

I enjoyed the historical perspective provided my Dr. Nettey, and especially the engaging debate with Elliott Black of the FAA regarding funding and the Asset Report.
Measuring System Performance: the Role of Aviation in the Overall Transportation System

Daniel R. Benson, AICP

The North Carolina model seemed to me the one that could be measured best. Alaska provided more questions that answers.
Measuring System Performance: the Role of Aviation in the Overall Transportation System

Roy G. Lewis, AICP

I found Pam Keidel-Adam's presentation on the NC system plan very interesting as it is my home state. she also highlighted how often communities omit the smaller general aviation airports from their comp plans... a key point that I deal with professionally quite often.
Transit - Yoda Not Want to Miss This Session on Transit - Part I

David Richard Schmitt, AICP

Recent Developments in State Aviation System Planning

Daniel R. Benson, AICP

North Dakota systeme plan highlights provided insight into how one sector (energy) of the economy can drive business use in aviation.