10th International ACM Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications 2018 Student-Industry Mixer 2018 UT-ITE Open House 2019 Public Transit Short Courses 21st century transportation accelerated failure time (AFT) model accessibility ACE automated connected electric vehicles active transportation activity generation behaviour activity-based modelling (ABM) Adam Rosenfield agent based simulation Ahmadreza Faghih-Imani AI air pollution Air Pollution in the Cloud air quality Alison Smiley Amer Shalaby Amir Khataie An Wang AOMCTS Arman Ganji Arup Ashley Hammerbacher Automated Fare Collection AFC automated vehicle Automated vehicles AV Automotive UI '18 automotive user interface Autonomic autonomous vehicles AutoShow AV Baher Abdulhai Balancing Green Belleville Ben Gurion University of the Negev Bhagwant Persaud Bicycle Sharing System Big Data binary logistic regression model Birsen Donmez BIXI blind Bloor Street bike lanes Brendon Hemily Brittany Chung building information modelling BIM built environment Burlington Transit Burnett business CAA Canada Post Canada Transportation Network Canadian Automobile Association Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) capacity evaluation capacity management Career Catalina Parada Hernandez CATTS CBTC cellphone trace data CETA CGE model Chris Day Chris Harding Christos Stogios CIMA CitiBike cities cities by design City Logger City of Toronto City of Vaughan Cole Engineering Group Communications-Based Train Control commuter benefits complex systems theory Concordia TRIP Lab conflict analysis congestion connected autonomous vehicles (CAV) courier crash causation CTAB Curbside Management Strategy CUTRIC cybersecurity Data David Kuperman David Shinar David Wolfe Deepak Darda delivery Dena Kasraian Dept of Geography digital technologies digital transformation Discount disruptive transportation technologies Distinguished Lecture Series distracted bicycling distracted driving distracted walking 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The University of Toronto Transportation Research Institute offers two back-to-back courses designed to provide participants with knowledge of key concepts and best practices related to public transit service planning and technology.
The first course, Public Transit Planning & ITS (August 21-22), provides an overview of key concepts and best practices related to transit planning, network and service design, service standards, transit and land use, and the application of ITS technologies.
The second course, Public Transit Modelling (August 23), provides a complementary but more focused and advanced exploration of tools that can be used for forecasting demand at both the system and route levels, transit assignment, and microsimulation-based analysis. The courses will be taught by leading transit planning researchers and practitioners and will provide a balanced perspective on transit systems planning and ITS, including both state-of-the-art techniques and practical perspectives.
See for more detail and registration instructions:
- Public Transit Planning and ITS (August 21-22, 2019) course description and schedule
- Public Transit Modelling (August 23, 2019) course description and schedule
- Click here for Public Transit Short Courses 2019 brochure
Email for more information or telephone (416) 978-4175.
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