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Estimation of Appropriate External New Trips from Mixed-use Developments using ITE Data and Its Recommended Practice

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Estimation of Appropriate External New Trips from Mixed-use Developments using ITE Data and Its Recommended Practice
An ITE Learning Hub Webinar

Accurately estimating the new trips for mixed-use developments is challenging as approximating the amount of external new trips they generate requires appropriate reductions and multimodal adjustments.

It is very important to know how much traffic impact there may be on adjacent street network, however, new external trips may sometimes be internally captured due to the multi-modal nature of the study site. Failure to account for this can lead to over-estimation of trips.

In this webinar, the presenter will use the latest ITE data and guidelines to quickly and accurately analyze mixed-use developments using OTISS Pro, an add-on to ITETripGen web-based app.

Learning Objectives
At the end of this webinar, the participants will understand:

  1. How to quickly and accurately analyze internal capture for mixed-use developments
  2. Recommended the trip reduction process and its importance
  3. How to account for multimodal setting of your study sites and estimate the new external trips
  4. How to present trip generation analysis results with internal capture
  5. ITE-recommended practice for estimating internal capture for mixed-use developments
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  • Mallikarjuna (Arjun) Kenchappagoudra

    Mallikarjuna (Arjun) Kenchappagoudra is a Transportation Designer at Transoft Solutions in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. He has over ten years of blended experience in transportation engineering, software development, business operations and academic research. Arjun works closely with ITE technical staff to create online software solutions for trip and parking generation data. A graduate of the University of Alabama Huntsville, Arjun began his career as a Traffic Engineer focused on Traffic Impact Analysis, Evacuation Planning, and Traffic Simulation analysis. He worked in United States and in India for as a traffic consultant and as an employee. Arjun has contributed significantly to the field of atmospheric science, working with various scientists at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India and the National Space Science and Technology Centre (part of NASA Research) in Huntsville, Alabama. He has co-authored articles in many academic and conference publications.

  • Kevin Hooper, Principal, Kevin Hooper Associates, Falmouth, ME

    Kevin is a part-time contractor with ITE, directing with this update of Parking Generation Manual and development of the web-based app. He served a similar role for the Trip Generation Manual, 10th Edition released in 2017. He has participated in many trip and parking generation research projects across the U.S. - most recently for TTI and Caltrans, for District of Columbia Department of Transportation, and for TRB. He is based in Maine where he maintains the statewide and several regional travel demand models.

September 11, 2018
Tue 3:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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