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DalTRAC in the 94th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board (TRB)

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DalTRAC team in TRB

DalTRAC team in TRB Left to right (Nazmul Arefin Khan, Muhammad Ahsanul Habib, Siobhan Witherbee, Shamsad Irin, Mahmudur Rahman, Mohammad Hesam Hafezi, Levi Megenbir, Naznin Sultana Daisy)

 

This year, seven students of DalTRAC presented eight research papers and represented Dalhousie University at the 94th Annual meeting of Transportation Research Board (TRB) in Washington, D.C on January 11-15, 2015.

Our session information can be found below:

C25-Modeling Modal Shift of Cyclists and Pedestrians, and Preference of Alternative Services during Temporary Closure of the Macdonald Bridge in Halifax, Canada-Nazmul Arefin Khan, Muhammad Ahsanul Habib, and Siobhan Witherbee- 477- Bicycle Transportation-Monday, 7:30 pm-9:30 pm- Hall E, Walter Convention Center

C12-Estimation of Link–Based Emission for a Truck Route in the Downtown Halifax, Canada-Shamsad Irin and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib-531-Current Issues in Transportation and Air Quality-Tuesday, 8:30 am-10:15 am-Hall E, Walter Convention Center

C13-Estimating Fuel Consumption and Vehicle Emissions from Multi-Year Travel Survey Data- Levi Eric Megenbir and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib-531-Current Issues in Transportation and Air Quality-Tuesday, 8:30 am-10:15 am-Hall E, Walter Convention Center

E14-Investigating the Role of Built Environment and Lifestyle Choices in Active Travel for Home Based Weekly Non-Work Trips-Naznin Sultana Daisy and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib-786-Contemporary Research in Land Use and Transportation Planning-Wednesday, 8:30 am-10:15 am-Hall E, Walter Convention Center

F17-Synthesizing Population for Agent-Based Microsimulation Modeling in Atlantic Canada- Mohammad Hesam Hafezi and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib-785-Travel Demand Models-Wednesday, 8:30 am-10:15 am-Hall E, Walter Convention Center

F19-Spatial Transferability of a Micro Residential Mobility Model for the Integrated Land Use, Transport and Environment Modeling System-Mahmudur Rahman Fatmi and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib-785-Travel Demand Models-Wednesday, 8:30 am-10:15 am-Hall E, Walter Convention Center

F22-A Pseudo Panel Investigation of Out-of-Home Discretionary Activity Participation-Naznin Sultana Daisy and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib-844-Activity and Travel Behaviour-Wednesday, 2:45 pm-4:30 pm-Hall E, Walter Convention Center

G12-Pedestrian Injury Severity Levels in the Halifax Regional Municipality, Canada: A Hierarchical Ordered Probit Modeling Approach-Justin Forbes and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib-848-Pedestrian Safety and Operational Performance Measurement-Wednesday, 2:45 pm-4:30 pm-Hall E, Walter Convention Center

 

Dr. Habib and DalTRAC’s collision study make national news

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Pedestrian injuries and deaths at crosswalks prompt calls for change – See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/news/national/pedestrian-injuries-and-deaths-at-crosswalks-prompt-calls-for-change-1.774732#sthash.kKVBK6Ms.dpuf

DalTRAC at the Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting 2014

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Naznin Sultana Daisy, Stephanie Salloum, Niki SIabanis, Mahmudur Fatmi, Stephen Stone, Ahsan Habib, Justin Forbes

Naznin Sultana Daisy, Stephanie Salloum, Niki SIabanis, Mahmudur Fatmi, Stephen Stone, Ahsan Habib, Justin Forbes

This year, six students of DalTRAC are presenting research papers and representing Dalhousie University at the Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

Our session information can be found below:
K08 – Developing Multiplatform Social Marketing Engagement Strategy in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada – Muhammad Ahsanul Habib, Niki Siabanis and Stephen Stone – 432: Public Involvement in Transportation – Monday, 4:15 pm – 6:00 pm – Hilton, International Center

K10 – Modeling Bicyclists’ Injury Severity Levels in the Province of Nova Scotia using a Generalized Ordered Probit Structure – Muhammad Ahsanul Habib and Justin Forbes – Tuesday, 8:30 AM- 10:15 AM – Hilton, International Center

G05 – Travel Behavior of Car Share Members in Halifax, Canada: Modeling Trip Purpose in Case of the Use of Car Share Services and Mode Choice in Absence of the Service – Mahmudur Rahman Fatmi and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib – 632: Cutting-Edge International Carsharing Research – Tuesday, 2:30 pm – 3:45 pm – Hilton, International Center

Modeling Shot-Term and Long-Term Responses to Increase in Gas Price: Latent Class Modeling Approach – Mahmudur Rahman Fatmi, Muhammad Ahsanul Habib, and Stephanie Anne Salloum – 720: Activity-Travel Dynamics – Tuesday, 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm – Hilton, Lincoln West

H12 – Investigation of Mode Choice Behavior for School Trips in Dhaka City, Bangladesh: Random Parameter Logit Model Application – Naznin Sultana Daisy and Muhammad Ahsanul Habib – Wednesday, 8:30 AM – 10:15 AM – Hilton, International Center

H14 – Modeling Mobility Tool Ownership of the Youth in Toronto: Assessing Accessibility and Neighborhood Effects – Mahmudur Rahman Fatmi, Muhammad Ahsanul Habib, and Stephanie Anne Salloum – 774: Recent Advances in Travel Behavior – Wednesday, 8:30 am – 10:15 am – Hilton, International Center

 

DalTRAC Mentioned for Pedestrian Safety

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Check out this resolution in the legislation that mentions EAC and DalTRAC and Child Safety Link!

DalTRAC in the news again!

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Check out this interesting article from the New Glasgow Newspaper on DalTRAC’s project for a share the road campaign.

4th Annual Road Safety Conference

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Dr. Ahsan Habib will be presenting March 19, 2013, 12:30 @ the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel on highlights of recent DalTRAC research.

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DalTRAC’s Share the Road Campaign Granted Funds from NS Moves

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DalTRAC’s share-the-road awareness campaign is one of the recipients of provincial money. Find out more!

DalTRAC Activites Featured in “The Safety Network” Newsletter!

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Safety Network Winter 2013