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Session Key

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Session Description
1b Construction Traffic Management: Methodologies and Applications
1c TDM Strategies and Applications
2a ITE Mobility As a Service
2b Traffic Management Strategies for Major Events
2c Issues in Transportation Planning, Design, and Implementation
3a Transit: LRT Projects
3b Filling the Data Gap - Innovations in Data Collection & Analysis I
3c Autonomous and Connected Vehicles
3d (Intro to Technical Tour)
4a Transit: BRT Projects
4b Filling the Data Gap - Innovations in Data Collection & Analysis II
4c Emerging Technologies: EV, E-Bike and Integrated Mobility
5a Data Collection for Cycling
5b Pedestrian-focused Infrastructure
5c Complete Streets
6a Case Studies in Cycling Design
6b Understanding & Predicting Travel Behaviour: Data + Models
6c Safety: Vision Zero and Traffic Calming
7a Cycling Network Planning Tools
7b Transit:General
7c Thinking Outside of the Box: Alternative Approaches to Design
8a Cycling Design Elements
8b Emerging Technologies: ITS
8c Transportation Planning - Building Strong Communities

Presentations

Keynotes Presentation
Mariana Brussoni Outdoor Play: Bringing Children into Transportation Planning
Bruce Belmore ITE Today
Tours
Transformation of Ottawa's Downtown Complete Streets (Walking Tour) Complete Streets, Walk Tour and Attachments

 

Session Presentation
1b
1c
Multi-Resolution Modelling Approach to Traffic Management in an Urban Environment
2a ITE Mobility As a Service
2b
Eggressing the Bell Centre in Downtown Montreal - A Signal Plan Strategy
Site Hardenting & Vehicle Born Attacks
2c
Outcomes and Implementation Plan of Calgary Goods Movement Strategy
To Peer Review or not to Peer Review ... that is the Question!
3a Ottawa O-Train Expansion – Building On Success
Transit Signal Priority for Calgary’s Green Line LRT
3b
3c
CAV Research in Ottawa
3d Transformation of Ottawa’s Downtown Complete Streets – Talk and Walk
4a
Delivering Calgary's First Dedicated BRT Corridor - MAX Purple
Planning for Level Boarding Across a BRT Network
4b Commercial Vehicle Survey
Data Collection Modernization at The City of Ottawa
4c Toward Real-time Safety and Mobility Optimization of Traffic Signals in a Connected-vehicle Environment
5a
5b
Development of a Municipal Pedestrian Safety Program
5c
Making Space for Active Travel
6a Design Considerations for Cycling Facilities on Rural Highways
6b
Modelling Analysis for Deerfoot Trail Corridor Study
6c
Hamilton Strategic Road Safety Program and Vision Zero Hamilton
Retrofitting Our Way to Safer Streets
7a Strategies Opportunities for Integrating Health & Transportation
Active Transportation: Spending Strategically in a Rural/Small Community
Better, Smarter Suburban Cycling Facilities
A Cordon Counting Program for Pedestrians and Cyclists Commuting to/From a Winter City University Campus
7b
Gottingen Street: Halifax’s First Urban Transit Priority Corridor
The New PUDO Paradigm in the Greater Golden Horseshoe
7c Engineering Decisions in Roundabout Capacity Analysis
8a
8b Automated Parking Systems - More Parking in Less Space
8c
Highway 104 Paqtnkek Interchange - A Journey

 


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