This year, seven DalTRAC students presented nine research papers and represented Dalhousie University at the 95th Annual meeting of Transportation Research Board (TRB) in Washington, D.C on January 10-14, 2016. Our session information can be found below:

  • Investigation of the Use of Smartphone Application for Trip Planning and Travel Outcome – Shaila Jamal, and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib – Paper 16-4892, Session 204 – Smartphones, Realtime Information, and Travel Behaviour – Monday, 8:00am-9:45am
  • Life-oriented Modeling of Commute Mode Loyalty and Transition Behavior – Mahmudur Fatmi, and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib – Paper 16-1152, Session 402 – Life Cycle Effects of Travel Behaviour – Monday, 3:45pm-5:30pm
  • A Longitudinal Vehicle Transaction Model: Assessing the Lead and Lagged Effects of Longer-term Changes and Life-cycle Events – Mahmudur Fatmi, and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib – Paper 16-4581, Session 402 – Life Cycle Effects of Travel Behavior – Monday, 3:45pm-5:30pm
  • Microsimulation-Based Emission Modeling for a Major Infrastructure Renewal Plan: Assessment of Network Attributes and Land Use Effects on Vehicular Emissions – Shamsad Irin, and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib – Paper 16-1140, Session 438 – Current Issues in Transportation and Air Quality – Monday, 4:15pm-6:00pm
  • Characterization of Accessibility in Halifax, Canada: Developing a Composite Network-Distance-Based Accessibility Measure – Stephanie Salloum, and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib – Paper 16-4885, Session 712 – Transportation and Land Development – Tuesday, 4:15pm-6:00pm
  • Modeling Travel Tool Ownership of the Elderly Population: A Latent Segmentation-based Logit Model – Mahmudur Fatmi, and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib – Paper 16-0692, Session 782 – Vehicle Ownership and Usage – Wednesday, 8:30am-10:15am
  • Life Course-oriented Approach of Modelling Vehicle Ownership State and Vehicle Type Choice Using Panel Data – Nazmul Khan, and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib – Paper 16-2832, Session 782 – Vehicle Ownership and Usage – Wednesday, 8:30am-10:15am
  • Population Synthesis base Pseudo Panel Modeling of Out-of-Home Discretionary Activity Duration – Naznin Daisy, Mohammad Hesam Hafezi, and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib – Paper 16-0782, Session 783 – Time Use and Activity Patterns – Wednesday, 8:30am-10:15am
  • Two-Stage Panel Model of Residential Search and Location Choice Decisions – Mahmudur Fatmi, Subeh Chowdhury, and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib – Paper 16-1153, Session 785 – Travel Demand Models R US – Wednesday, 8:30am-10:15am

DalTRAC team at TRB Conference (Left to Right): Shamsad Irin, Mahmudur Fatmi, Nazmul Khan and Shaila Jamal