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TRB Special Report 304: How We Travel: A Sustainable National Program for Travel Data assesses the current state of travel data at the federal, state, and local levels and defines an achievable and sustainable travel data system that could support public and private transportation decision making. The committee that developed the report recommends the organization of a National Travel Data Program built on a core of essential passenger and freight travel data sponsored at the federal level and well integrated with travel data collected by states, metropolitan planning organizations, transit and other local agencies, and the private sector.

See: http://www.trb.org/Main/Blurbs/164998.aspx

Here are the meeting notes and presentation slides from our committee meeting.  Please note any corrections as a comment to this post.

ABJ50 Meeting Notes

Presentation - Doug Couto on Emerging Technology Trends

Wordpress offers an easy way for everyone in a group to collaborate and create articles which can be organized into categories to help user navigation. This offers the ideal venue for TRB committees whose members are often spread across the world. I wrote this article in hopes of demystifying the concept of publishing to the web.

WordPress offers an easy way for everyone in a group to collaborate and create articles which can be organized into categories to help user navigation. This offers the ideal venue for TRB committees whose members are often spread across the world. I wrote this article in hopes of demystifying the concept of publishing to the web.

The first step is to show you a brief video to demonstrate how WordPress can help organize your committee information.

...continue reading "Using WordPress CMS to Design and Manage your TRB Committee Website"

Welcome to our newly redesigned website! As the voice for Information Systems and Technology in Transportation, it is our duty to set the bar for web development. With the help of WordPress and a custom template developed at the Institute for Transit Informatics at CUTR, we're stepping into the new age of web content management.

Dear Colleagues,

Welcome to our newly redesigned website!  Knowing that you depend on our research and insight to develop new, innovative ideas and strengthen policy and practice, we’ve rebuilt our site to make it much easier to find and share resources. As the voice for Information Systems and Technology in Transportation, it is our duty to set the bar for web development. With the help of WordPress and a custom template developed at the Institute for Transit Informatics at CUTR, we're stepping into the new age of web content management.

I hope you enjoy the information and research our Committee has to offer and welcome any suggestions you may have to make our site better. I would be happy to provide other TRB Committees with our template and to assist in installing WordPress if needed.

Thank you for stopping by and welcome to the future of ABJ50.

Sincerely,

Martin Akerman

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