Let’s meet up at TRB in Washington DC!

January 11, 2019

Connect with our experts at the Transportation Research Board’s annual meeting

 

We’d love to show you Stantec elevates communities by providing people with better and smarter mobility options. Several Stantec team members are presenting or moderating sessions at the upcoming gathering. We hope to see you at our TRB sessions!  

 

Sunday, January 13th:

Gustavo Riente de Andrade will present “Relationship Between Traffic Operations and Road Safety” at 9 am, session 1032.

We are proud to sponsor Hector Vargas at the Minority Student Fellows Welcome Reception at East Overlook of the Convention Center on Sunday at 4:30 pm.

We are also a proud sponsor of the Young Professionals Reception at 9 pm in the Ballroom South Prefunction C, 3rd Floor Convention Center

 

Monday, January 14th:

Gustavo Riente de Andrade will present “Relationship between Traffic Density and Crash Rates on Expressways” at 1 pm, Poster Session 1305.

Vichika Iragavarapu will moderate “The Common Denominator: Effects of Speed on Road Design” at 1:30 pm, Poster Session 1305.

Mahsa Ettefagh will present "Assessing Safety and Traffic Impacts of Connected and Automated Vehicle Systems". Poster Session 1382.

 

Tuesday, January 15th:

Bruce Mowry will present "City of Miami Beach Meeting the Challenges of Sea Level Rise" at 10:15 am, Lectern Session 1455.

 

Wednesday, January 16th:

Hector Vargas will present "Jurisdiction-Specific versus Safety Analyst-Default Safety Performance Functions: A Case Study on Two-lane and Multi-lane Arterials" at 8 am, Session 1706, Poster B383.

Nick Caros will present "Effects of Violent Crime and Vehicular Crashes on Active Mode Choice Decisions in New York City" at 8 am, Session 1698, Hall A.

Suhail Albhaisi will present for the Subcommittee on "Methods for Analyzing Steel Bridges (AFF20(1))" at 8 am.

 

Congratulations to Samaneh Khazraeian on receiving the Best Paper Award of the Travel Time, Speed and Reliability Committee!

 

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