2013 Presentations


Workshop 128: Effective Practices to Develop Environmental Research Needs Statements and Funding Opportunities

13-XXX Facilitated Development of Research Problem Statements
Carissa Schively Slotterback
13-XXX Facilitated Committee Collaboration on Partnership Opportunities
Carissa Schively Slotterback
13-XXX Advancing Research: How It Works and How to Make It Happen
Kate Kurgan
13-XXX NCHRP: Research Funding Opportunities and Process
Nanda N. Srinivasan
13-XXX Environmental Research Funding Opportunities from FHWA
Shari M. Schaftlein
13-XXX (2) (3) (4) Writing Effective Research Statements
Sue Sillick
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Workshop 137: Transitioning to Plug-in Electric Vehicles: Challenges and Best Practices

13-XXX Primer on PEVs for Practitioners: Taxonomy, Potential Benefits, Metrics of Interest, and Challenges of Electrification
Jacob Ward
13-XXX Effect of Location and Driving Conditions on Plug-in Vehicle Benefits
Jeremy J. Michalek
13-XXX (2) Variation in Real-World Charging Behavior
Kenneth S. Kurani
13-XXX Highway Funding in an Age of Disappearing Gasoline Taxes
Liisa Ecola
13-XXX The Complex Interactions between EVs and Travel Demand
Lisa Aultman-Hall
13-XXX Making a Wise Decision on PEV Charging Stations
Robert L. Graham
13-XXX (2) Influences on PEV Cost-effectiveness: Powertrain Design; Battery, Infrastructure, and Fuel Costs; and Vehicle Use
Thomas S Stephens
13-XXX Accommodating Variation in Driving Patterns Between and Within Households
Zhenhong Lin
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Workshop 141: Reducing Risks and Costs of Climate Change: Preparedness and Adaptation in the Face of Increasingly Extreme Weather

13-XXX Impact of Climate Change on World Bank's Investment Strategy
Andreas Dietrich Kopp
13-XXX Determinants of Good Transport Crisis Management: Lessons from Tropical Storm Irene and 11 Cases Worldwide
Claus Doll
13-XXX Post Irene and Sandy: Addressing the Realities of Emerging Weather Trends; Defining Needs for Transportation Departments
Elisabeth Kolb
13-XXX Maryland SHA's Risk Management Policy for Climate Change Adaptation
Gregory Ian Slater
13-XXX Learning from Postemergency Response Efforts at Massachusetts DOT
Kevin Walsh
13-XXX Workshop Introduction
Marie Venner
13-XXX Cost-Effective Greenhouse Gas Reduction and Adaptation Strategies: Easy Places for DOTs and MPOs to Start
Marie Venner
13-XXX Internalizing Extreme Weather Costs to Transport in Cost-Benefit Analysis
Pekka Leviakangas
13-XXX Quantifying Recovery Costs and Potential Proactive Adaptation Costs for Transportation Corridors or Whole Systems at State Department of Transportation
Silvana V. Croope
13-XXX Tools That Can Help DOTs Evaluate Infrastructure Investments and Transportation Applications: Improved Ways to Engage Communities
Vincent Brown
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Workshop 175: Assessing the Future of Freight: Energy and Environmental Modeling in the Freight Sector

13-XXX Welcome and Overview of Session—The Dimensions of the Community of Practice of Freight Energy and Environmental Modelers
13-XXX Development of a Freight Decarbonization Tool: An Evaluation of Measures for Reducing Emissions from Freight Transport in the United Kingdom
Alan C. McKinnon
13-XXX Opportunities for Freight Efficiency and Logistics to Meet Energy and Environmental Goals in the Freight Sector
Anne Goodchild, Erica Wygonik
13-XXX Empowering Environmental Decision Making in the Freight Sector: An Overview and Update of SmartWay Models and Approaches
Cheryl L. Bynum
13-XXX Freight Flow Modeling and Carbon Footprints in Metropolitan Areas and Supply Chains
Frank Southworth
13-XXX (2) The Geospatial Intermodel Freight Transportation (GIFT) Model: Case Studies on the Use of Geospatial Network Optimization for Evaluating Performance Tradeoffs in the Freight Sector
James J. Corbett, James Winebrake
13-XXX Freight 2050: The Use of Scenario Modeling to Explore Future Freight Transportation Energy Use
Lance R. Grenzeback
13-XXX The Rise of Green Freight in Asia
Sophie Punte
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Session 588: Real-World Effects of Policy on Driver Choices: Implications for Energy Use and Emissions

13-XXX Marketing Around Fuel Economy Regulation of Passenger Vehicles and Light-Duty Trucks
John Stuart Ridout, Anne Dunning
13-XXX Speeding Behavior and Gasoline Prices Using Hourly Washington State Data
Kari Edison Watkins, Hendrik Wolff
13-XXX Medium-Term Effects of London's Low-Emission Zone
Richard B. Ellison, Stephen Greaves, David Hensher
13-XXX Participation and Incentive Choice of Participants in an Early Vehicle Retirement Program in Québec, Canada
Ugo Lachapelle
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Session 758: Evaluating Strategies for Reducing Mobility-Related Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Lessons from International Experience

13-XXX Factors Influencing Demand in the Emerging Market for Low-Emission Vehicles
Craig Morton, Jillian Anable, John Nelson
13-XXX Management of Urban Mobility to Control Climate Change in Cities
Natalia Sobrino, Andres Monzon
13-XXX Spatial Analysis of Demand for Hybrid Electric Vehicles and Its Potential Impact on Greenhouse Gases in Montreal and Quebec City, Canada
Sabrina Chan, Luis Fernando Miranda-Moreno, Zachary Patterson, Philippe Barla
13-XXX Standardized Emission Calculations Along Supply Chains as Basis for Smart Global Transport Solutions in a "Reality of Less": Is an Approach Within Reach?
Verena Charlotte Ehrler, et al.
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Session 817: Hydrogen for Transportation: Progress in Technology, Policy, and Markets

13-XXX A California Roadmap: Lessons Learned and the Path to Commercialization
Bill Elrick
13-XXX Deployment of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles
Marianne Millar Mintz
13-XXX Challenges and Opportunities in Building a Hydrogen Fueling Network
Shannon Baxter-Clemmons
13-XXX U.S. Department of Energy Program on Hydrogen Fuel and Fuel Cell Vehicles
Sunita Satyapal, Richard Farmer
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Session 830: Is Natural Gas an Outpost or a Detour on the Road to Clean Energy? Part 1: Refueling Infrastructure—Achilles Heel or Bump on the Road?

13-XXX Best Practices to Avoid Liquified Natural Gas Fueling Station Venting Losses
Charles A. Powars, James Wegrzyn
13-XXX Characterizing Pivotal Sources of Methane Emissions from Natural Gas Production
Karin Ritter
13-XXX EPA Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program
Mark DeFigueriedo
13-XXX Methane Leakage in Natural Gas Production and Distribution
Ramon Alvarez
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Session 843: Is Natural Gas an Outpost or a Detour on the Road to Clean Energy? Part 2: Refueling Infrastructure—Achilles Heel or Bump on the Road?

13-XXX Energy Information Administration Forecast of U.S. Natural Gas Production and Use in Transportation
John Staub
13-XXX Natural Gas and the Road to Clean Energy
Marianne Millar Mintz
13-XXX The Future of Natural Gas as a Transportation Fuel
Michael Gallagher
13-XXX Natural Gas Vehicles and Fueling Infrastructure
Richard R. Kolodziej