Fall 2014 Transportation Seminar Series
Location: PSU Urban Center (506 SW Mill St), Room 204, unless otherwise noted on the schedule
The seminar schedule is available as a Google calendar.
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Mohja L. Rhoads, Senior Research Associate, South Bay Cities Council of Governments*
|10/10/14||Michal Jaroszynski, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University*
|10/17/14||Understanding where we live and how we travel
||Kristina Currans, Graduate Research Assistant, Portland State University
|10/24/14||Development of the Idaho Statewide Travel Demand Model Trip Matrices Using Cell Phone OD Data and Origin Destination Matrix Estimation
||Ben Stabler, Senior Supervising Planner, Parsons Brinckerhoff||
|10/31/14||Trick or Treatment? Impact of Route-Level Features on Decisions to Walk or Bike||Joseph Broach, Ph.D. Candidate, Urban Studies, Portland State University||
|11/7/14||Links Between Public Transportation and Physical Activity
||Brian Saelens, Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Seattle’s Children’s Hospital & University of Washington*|
|11/14/14||Accessory dwelling units in Portland, Oregon: Evaluation and Interpretation of a Survey of ADU Owners||Jordan Palmeri, Science and Policy Analyst, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Green Building Program|
|11/21/14||Evaluating the level-of-service of protected bike lanes||Nick Foster, Senior Planner, Kittelson and Associates|
Thanksgiving - No Seminar
|12/5/14||TBD||Joseph Recker, TriMet||
* Speaker sponsored by the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC) Visiting Scholar Program
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