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||Evaluating the planning and implementation of major transit capital projects in the Portland region||Joseph Recker, TriMet||
* Speaker sponsored by the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC) Visiting Scholar Program
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This seminar is eligible for 1 hour of professional development credits if attended in person or online during the live broadcast. OTREC applies to the AICP for Certification Maintenance credit for each course. We can provide an electronic attendance certificate for documentation purposes.
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