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10.08.2013

International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) Annual Meeting

RSG President, Tom Adler, will be attending the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia. The IBTTA’s Annual Meeting covers a full range of issues facing the industry from planning and funding, to technology, to emergency planning, to the best mix of transportation modes for different community types and sizes. The focus of this year’s conference is Moving Smarter: How Tolling Meets the Challenge.

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International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) Annual Meeting

RSG President, Tom Adler, will be attending the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia. The IBTTA’s Annual Meeting covers a full range of issues facing the industry from planning and funding, to technology, to emergency planning, to the best mix of transportation modes for different community types and sizes. The focus of this year’s conference is Moving Smarter: How Tolling Meets the Challenge.

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ITE NY Upstate Section Annual Meeting

RSG’s Steven Gayle will be presenting, “Performance Based Planning: A Paradigm Shift for MPOs and State DOTs,” at the ITE New York Upstate Section Annual Meeting. This presentation will explain performance-based planning, its challenges and benefits, and the timeline that will be required of transportation planning practitioners.

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“Planning for Everyone” the Northern New England Chapter of the American Planning Association Annual Conference

RSG Senior Engineer, Dirk Grotenhuis, will be presenting “Building Community Consensus on Complete Streets,” at the Northern New England Planning Conference in Meredith, NH. Dirk will provide a brief overview of three complete street conversions in Northern New England that have been visioned, modeled, doubted, and then implemented to great success. RSG Director, David Saladino will also be in attendance.

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"Planning for Everyone" the Northern New England Chapter of the American Planning Association Annual Conference

RSG Senior Engineer, Dirk Grotenhuis, will be presenting “Building Community Consensus on Complete Streets,” at the Northern New England Planning Conference in Meredith, NH. Dirk will provide a brief overview of three complete street conversions in Northern New England that have been visioned, modeled, doubted, and then implemented to great success. RSG Director, David Saladino will also be in attendance.

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Vermont Society for Human Resource Management Annual Conference

RSG’s Human Resources Coordinator and Benefits & Compensation Administrator will be attending the Vermont Society for Human Resource Management Annual Conference in South Burlington, Vermont.

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Noise in Communities & Natural Areas, a Free Public Outreach Workshop held in conjunction with NOISE-CON 2013

RSG Senior Engineer Eddie Duncan will be presenting, “Using Public Input to Develop Scientifically Sound Noise Pollution Policy for Vermont’s Rural Land Uses and Communities,” as part of Noise in Communities & Natural Areas, a free public outreach workshop, held in conjunction with NOISE-CON 2013. Noise in Communities & Natural Areas is the fourth in an ongoing series of open, free, public outreach workshops held in U.S. cities. These workshops are intended to inform and educate the public, media, regulatory officials and industry about noise control issues.

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Noise in Communities & Natural Areas, a Free Public Outreach Workshop held in conjunction with NOISE-CON 2013

RSG Senior Engineer Eddie Duncan will be presenting, “Using Public Input to Develop Scientifically Sound Noise Pollution Policy for Vermont’s Rural Land Uses and Communities,” as part of Noise in Communities & Natural Areas, a free public outreach workshop, held in conjunction with NOISE-CON 2013. Noise in Communities & Natural Areas is the fourth in an ongoing series of open, free, public outreach workshops held in U.S. cities. These workshops are intended to inform and educate the public, media, regulatory officials and industry about noise control issues.

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AASHTO’s Standing Committee on Planning & Subcommittee on Transportation Finance Policy

RSG Senior Director Peter Plumeau will be attending AASHTO’s Standing Committee on Planning & Subcommittee on Transportation Finance Policy. Comprised of various committee meetings and technical sessions, this unique gathering of planning and finance executives from State Departments of Transportation will examine common challenges and opportunities facing every AASHTO member agency as MAP-21 is simultaneously implemented and considered for reauthorization.

AASHTO's Standing Committee on Planning & Subcommittee on Transportation Finance Policy

RSG Senior Director Peter Plumeau will be attending AASHTO’s Standing Committee on Planning & Subcommittee on Transportation Finance Policy. Comprised of various committee meetings and technical sessions, this unique gathering of planning and finance executives from State Departments of Transportation will examine common challenges and opportunities facing every AASHTO member agency as MAP-21 is simultaneously implemented and considered for reauthorization.

Chicago R Users Group August Meeting

Chase Carpenter, a Senior Consultant at RSG’s Chicago office, will be presenting an Introduction to Producing Beautiful Graphics in R with ggplot2 at the Chicago R Users Group August Meeting. The statistical computing language R is known for its’ visualization capabilities. The ggplot2 package, developed by Hadley Wickham, is one of the most flexible and powerful plotting packages available in R. In this presentation, Chase will provide practical and hands on advice for how to build beautiful graphics with ggplot2.

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Institute of Transportation Engineers Annual Meeting and Exhibit

RSG’s Shadde Rosenblum will be attending the 2013 ITE Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. This event will include a mix of presentation formats including hands-on practical application workshops and sessions that will focus on state-of-the practice, advancement of the profession, and emerging issues designed to benefit transportation professionals.

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RSG Senior Director to Teach MBA Class at the University of Washington, Bothell

RSG Senior Director Nelson Whipple will be teaching a class on New Product Development designed for MBA students at the University of Washington, Bothell. This class will be based off a chapter in The PDMA Toolbook 3, Applying Trade-off Analysis to Get The Most From Customer Needs. The goal for this class for the students to try Max Diff analysis themselves in new product projects required for the course.

Agricultural Transportation Summit

Senior Consultant Steve Gayle will be attending, “A Modern Infrastructure for a Modern Agriculture,” as part of the inaugural Agricultural Transportation Summit hosted by the National Grain and Feed Association and the Soy Transportation Coalition. The goals of this summit are (1) to raise awareness of the importance of transportation to the success and profitability of U.S. agriculture; (2) to precipitate and motivate further action to promote a transportation infrastructure that better serves the needs of agriculture; and (3) to build connections between government and agricultural interest to better promote transportation issues.

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RSG Consultant to Attend MIT Professional Education Short Program

RSG Consultant Nikhil Sikka is attending Modeling and Simulation of Transportation Networks, a week long course part of MIT’s professional education short programs. This week long course will cover world’s most sophisticated transportation network and demand models, dynamic traffic assignment models, activity-based models, and related analytical techniques necessary in the planning, design, and operations of transportation systems. The course is sponsored by the Intelligent Transportation Systems Laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and will be taught by world’s leading experts in the field including, Professor Moshe Ben-Akiva (MIT), Haris Koutsopoulos (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), Hani Mahmassani (Northwestern University), Ennio Cascetta (University of Naples/Ministry of Transport – Regione Campania, Italy), and/or Pierluigi Coppola (University of Rome).

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