Please let Tom know if you need a hotel room during the mid-year meeting
at Boston so TRB can arrange for an overflow hotel. Thanks.
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Subject: Boston TRB Midyear Meeting Hotel
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 16:22:09 -0400
From: "Palmerlee, Thomas" <TPalmerlee(a)nas.edu>
To: <pisarski(a)ix.netcom.com>, <ritchey(a)battelle.org>,
<s-tucker(a)tamu.edu>, <mcneil(a)uic.edu>,"Vandervalk Anita "
This from the TRB meetings staff, We have exceeded our room block at
the Seaport Hotel on all nights except for Sunday 7/10 and Monday 7/11.
The hotel is unable to give us additional rooms and we are now working
on obtaining an overflow hotel for the shoulder dates.
I am assuming your committee members who are attending have already
gotten hotel rooms and registered for the conference. If that is not
the case, give me an idea of numbers that might need hotel space.
Thomas M. Palmerlee
Transportation Research Board
As a committee I do not know of any problem statements we are
submitting. If anyone is working on any of committee relevance let us
know. (problem statement submittals by committee is something that TRB
likes to count on our triennial reviews, i mean our triennial strategic
But come NCHRP submittal in a few months I will be pushing an "broader"
update of NCHRP report 365. We will need states to help us submit. I
have also attached my most current draft.
19900 Governors Dr
Olympia Fields, IL 60461
I had heard this report was out but I just snagged the link. It is the
RITA report that Congress required. If you are close to the subject you
might find the report rather general but I thought it did a nice job
presenting the enviornment in which RITA must operate.
US Department of Transportation Reports to Congress on Research
Link to report: