DEADLINE: December 21, 2018
The 2019 Annual Meeting technical program will include 8-10 Tracks of up to four simultaneous sessions, and up to four presentations or roundtable discussion in each session. These sessions will be supplemented by poster sessions, and four technical tours highlighting transportation projects in the Monterey area.
As transportation professionals, we understand transportation is going through a major transformation that involves many challenges as well as opportunities, including connected and autonomous vehicles, sustainable and resilient transportation infrastructure, traffic congestion, active transportation, Vision Zero safety initiatives and projects, traffic operations, and continuing deterioration of existing transportation infrastructure. The 2019 Local Arrangement Committee (LAC) is seeking papers that address these issues and ideas that demonstrate cost-effective and innovative solutions. We hope that you will take this opportunity to share your research and case studies with other professionals on challenges and recent advances in transportation.
Abstracts are encouraged in the following general topic areas. Although, other topic areas of interest to our membership are welcome as well.
- Context Sensitive Solutions and Complete Streets
- Adapting Infrastructure to Environmental Change
- Performance-Based Planning
- Active Transportation
- Emerging Mobility
- Travel Demand Management
- Traffic Signal Performance Measures/ITS
- Parking Policies, Design and Operations
- Corridor and Network Operations
- Bus Rapid Transit / Light Rail / High Speed Rail / Microtransit
- Vision Zero / Safety Analysis and Evaluation
- Human Factors in Transportation
- Shared Economy – Car-sharing, Bike-sharing and Scooter-sharing
- Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
- Sources of, and Successfully Obtaining Sources of, Transportation Funding (e.g. Sales Tax Measures, Federal and State Grants)
Abstracts must include the following elements:
- Title of the abstract
- Topic area (from dropdown list)
- Lead author and contact information (name, organization, address, telephone number and e-mail address)
- Abstract text (maximum 250 words)
General guidelines for submitting an abstract:
- If an abstract is being written by multiple authors, a lead author must be designated. Unless otherwise indicated, lead authors are expected to make presentations at the Annual Meeting.
- Abstracts must be submitted via the Call for Papers page.
Selection of abstracts and notification to the authors will be made by January 18, 2019. If your abstract is selected for presentation, you are strongly encouraged to write and submit a paper. All papers received by May 10, 2019 will be considered for the best paper award and will be included in the compendium. Detailed requirements for paper submittals will be provided to authors once abstracts are selected.