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White River Junction, Vermont
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P 802 295 4999
F 802 295 1006
55 Railroad Row
White River Junction, VT 05001
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Burlington, Vermont
P 802 383 0118
180 Battery Street, Suite 350
Burlington, VT 05401
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Arlington, Virginia
P 888 774 5986
2200 Wilson Blvd., Suite 410
Arlington, VA 22201
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St. Augustine, Florida
P 904 746 0800
52 N. Saint Augustine Boulevard
Saint Augustine, FL 32080
Chicago, Illinois
P 312 673 3320
221 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2600
Chicago, IL 60601
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Evansville, Indiana
P 812 200 2351
2709 Washington Avenue, Suite 9
Evansville, IN 47714
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Salt Lake City, Utah
P 801 736 4100
41 North Rio Grande Street, Suite 106
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
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Portland, Oregon
P 503 200 6600
1515 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 1030
Portland, OR 97201
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San Diego, California
P 619 501 0559
600 B Street, Suite 2202
San Diego, CA 92101
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News

01.24.2017

RSG Director Presents Travel Model Improvement Portal (TMIP) Webinar

RSG Director Joel Freedman presented “Enhanced Methods to Forecast Travel Behavior in Response to Travel Time Reliability and Pricing” at last week’s Travel Model Improvement Program (TMIP) webinar.

His presentation, which had 121 attendees, described the work undertaken to enhance the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) activity-based model’s sensitivities to priced infrastructure and travel time reliability. The enhancements implemented during this project are based on research conducted under the Second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP2) C04 track to improve understanding of how highway congestion and pricing affect travel demand.

Replay of Webinar - Enhanced Methods to Forecast Travel Behavior in Response to Travel Time Reliability and Pricing »

01.18.2017

RSG Project Highlighted in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (Pittsburgh regional planning agency) freight plan that RSG helped create, in collaboration with WRA, was featured earlier this week in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The article, titled “Pittsburgh regional freight movement expected to increase 40 percent by 2040,” covered the highlights of the plan, particularly the dramatic increase in freight movement projected for the region over the next few decades and what performance measures should be carefully monitored to accommodate this growth.

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01.12.2017

RSG Senior Director Quoted in Article on Freight Movement

RSG Senior Director Peter Plumeau was quoted in an article this week in “Transport Topics.” The article, titled “Experts Say Lack of Public Understanding Complicates Urban Freight Movement” highlights the topics covered at a Transportation Research Board (TRB) freight panel at the TRB Annual Meeting on Monday morning. In particular, the panel discussed the disconnect between the government agencies that regulate freight and the companies that move it.

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01.04.2017

RSG Director Appointed Chair of ITE Strategic Initiatives Committee

RSG Director Steven Gayle was recently selected by Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) International President Shawn Leight to chair the ITE Strategic Initiatives Committee. This committee is tasked with working alongside the ITE Executive Committee, Board of Directors, and senior staff to develop recommendations to keep ITE relevant and growing in a world where both transportation and professional organizations are dynamically evolving.

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