someone please confirm that in fact we don't have a 14-hour ADUS data mining
session on Tuesday evening from 3:45 pm until 5:30 am - now that is a cure
for insomnia . . . ;-)
From: ed christopher [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2002 8:46 PM
To: a1d08 listserve
Subject: [A1D08] TRB Data Committees Sched
attached is the draft schedule of events involving the data committees.
tom palmerlee floated this around his committee chairs for review so
there could be some changes.
Well, I think most everything is set for the TRB annual meeting. At
least there is some breathing room. Overall we had 23 papers (i think
that was the last number) to review, 13 of which were accepted--most
for publication. I'll pull all the statistics together shortly.
Below is a listing of the sessions we have had a hand in with more
detailed information on each one attached. Generally, we have three
presentation sessions (mixed and matched with other committees), two
paper sessions, one poster and one workshop. In addition, two other
papers were given over to the Statewide Data Committee (A1D09) after our
review to round out another session and another paper that was
submitted will be presented at the A1D08 committee meeting. I
understand that the TRB draft program will be out sometime soon and then
we will know more.
As you can see, from just the urban data perspective we have quite a bit
Thanks to everyone who has helped.
Archived Data User Service (ADUS): System Designs and Implementation
Examples Workshop 
Subcommittee on Meta Data (A1D08-2) Meeting
Urban Data Committee Meeting (A1D08) Meeting
Integrating Congestion Monitoring and the Planning Process
Mining Data Archives-ADUS (Papers) 
Examining the Perceived Conflicts with Transit Usage Data
Data Perspectives on Critical Issues for Transportation (Presentations)
Analyzing and Presenting Census Data (Poster Session) 
Subcommittee on Census Data for Transportation Planning (A1d08-1)
Real-time Collection/Estimation of Travel Time (Papers) 
Midwest Resource Center
Federal Highway Administration
19900 Governors Drive
Olympia Fields, Illinois 60461
remember this workshop? it was held at the end of august 2002. or even
the INFOstructure we heard about at last year's annual meeting. after
going through the information on the website below i feel like i was
What? Why? How?.
As promised, we have posted the White Papers, the various presentations,
and the Break-out Reports to the following website.
The Roadway INFOstructure Planning Committee
Transportation Research Board
This Workshop was sponsored by the TRB Intelligent Transportation
Committee (A5009), ITS America, and the California Department of