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This session discusses new research and tools for improved trip generation analysis. It will present the key elements of the soon to be released ITE Trip Generation Manual, 11th Edition including an overview of the expanded database and methodologies for addressing the impacts of COVID-19 trip changes. It also explores new methods for evaluating transportation impacts through the application of vehicle miles traveled methodologies and the use of trip analytics tools for predicting travel patterns.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the contents of the new ITE Trip Generation Manual including a discussion of the impacts of COVID-19 on trip generation
  • Understand the application of vehicle miles traveled as a method to evaluate transportation impacts
  • Demonstrate through local case studies the use of trip analytic technologies to determine traveler behavior patterns, asses route usage and determine travel times

Moderator: Scott Walker, P.E., Senior Project Engineer, Toyota Motor North America

Presentation Titles &
Speakers:
  • Trip Analytics”, Gregory Jordan, Trip Analytics Project Manager, Center For Advanced Transportation Technology Laboratory, College Park, Maryland
  • An Interactive GIS Tool for Evaluating the VMT Impact of Proposed Development”, Dock Rosenthal, P.E., DKS Associates, Portland, Oregon and Maggie Lin, Ph.D, P.E., PTOE, Transportation Engineer, DKS Associates, Portland, Oregon
  • “Advanced Topics in Impact Assessment: Vehicle Miles Traveled, Limited Parking Supply, Mixed-Use Projects, and Post-COVID Pandemic Travel Behavior Considerations”, John Gard, P.E., RSP, Principal, Fehr & Peers, Roseville, CA, California
  • “Introducing the ITE Trip Generation Manual – 11th Edition”, Kevin Hooper, P.E., Principal, Kevin Hooper Associates, Falmouth, Maine

Contributors

  • Moderator: Scott Walker, P.E., Senior Project Engineer, Toyota Motor North America

  • John Gard, P.E., RSP, Principal, Fehr & Peers, Roseville, CA, California

    John Gard, T.E., RSP1, is a Principal with over 25 years of experience in the Roseville Office of Fehr & Peers. John is a licensed Professional Traffic Engineer in the State of California and also possesses the Roadway Safety Professional (RSP1) certification. John manages or oversees a variety of transportation projects throughout the West Coast. He also leads the firm’s Land Use-Transportation and Parking discipline groups. John earned his bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics and master’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of California Davis.

  • Gregory Jordan, Trip Analytics Project Manager, Center For Advanced Transportation Technology Laboratory, College Park, Maryland

    Gregory Jordan is the Assistant to the Director at the Center for Advanced Transportation Technology Laboratory at the University of Maryland. Prior to joining the CATT Lab in 2016, he spent 26 years as President and Vice President of Skycomp Mobility Management. Greg is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and holds an MBA from Georgetown University.

  • Maggie Lin, Ph.D, P.E., PTOE, Transportation Engineer, DKS Associates, Portland, Oregon

    Dongmei “Maggie” Lin is a transportation engineer at DKS Associates in Portland, Oregon. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Engineering and a PhD in Transportation from Beijing Jiaotong University. She also holds a Master's degree in Civil Engineering from University of Neveda, Reno. She has 10 years of experience in consulting and research, with expertise in traffic operations, data analytics, and traffic signals. She currently serves as the president of ITE Oregon Section. When not at work, Maggie enjoys biking and music.

  • Kevin Hooper, P.E., Strategic Projects | Institute of Transportation Engineers

    Kevin Hooper is under contract with ITE to manage Strategic Projects. He led the development and release of Trip Generation Manual, 11h Edition and Parking Generation Manual, 5th Edition. As a consultant in his home state of Maine, he maintains the Portland Region travel demand model and recently developed a statewide model.

  • Dock Rosenthal, P.E., DKS Associates, Portland, Oregon

    Dock Rosenthal is a professional engineer at DKS Associates with 5 years of experience. He builds and applies travel demand models, dabbles in operations analysis, and tries to find a way to open GIS daily. A graduate of Columbia University and UC-Irvine he currently resides in Portland, Oregon and bikes into work, sometimes.

July 27, 2021
Tue 11:00 AM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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