10th International ACM Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications 2017 short courses 2018 Student-Industry Mixer 2018 UT-ITE Open House 2019 Public Transit Short Courses 21st century transportation accelerated failure time (AFT) model ACE automated connected electric vehicles active transportation activity-based modelling (ABM) Adam Rosenfield Ahmadreza Faghih-Imani AI air pollution air quality Alison Smiley Amer Shalaby Amir Khataie An Wang Arman Ganji Arup Automated Fare Collection AFC automated vehicle Automated vehicles AV Automotive UI '18 automotive user interface Autonomic 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 Bloor Street bike lanes Brendon Hemily Brittany Chung built environment Burlington Transit Burnett business CAA Canada Post Canada Transportation Network Canadian Automobile Association 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Smart Mobility forecasting risk Frank Di Palma Freeway Traffic Control freight freight analysis freight corridor analysis freight technology freight transportation Gagandeep Singh Geni Bahar GO Transit GPS Graham greenhouse gas emissions GHG Greg Hoy Gregory Erhardt Growth Plan GTHA Habib Hall Hamilton Street Railway HSR Hart House HDR Hemson heteroskedastic dynamic discrete choice (HDDC) Hossam Abdelgawad Household travel survey human factors IBI IBI Group icity iCity Advisory Committee iCity Research Day iCity-Centre for Automated and Transformative Transportation Systems (iCity-CATTS) ICT4S industry mixer information and communications technology ICT infrastructure Innis Town Hall innovation in urban goods movement innovations in vehicular technologies intersections ITE Toronto Itinerum ITS James Reynolds Janice Stein Jason Hawkins Jim Luedtke Jonathan Hall Judith Mwakalonge Judy Farvolden Kelly Clifton Key Performance Indicator KPI Khandker Nurul Habib King Street Transit Pilot KMDI land use Land-use planning Lanyon last mile Logistics Loyalty Luke Mellor Lyft machine learning Marc-Paul Gauthier Marianne Hatzopoulou Mark Ferguson Mark Fox Markos Papageorgiou Masdar MassMotion Masters Program Class of '88 mathematical models Matthew Burke Matthias Sweet Mazen Hassounah Merve Bodur mesoscopic simulation microsimulation Miller MIT MITL Moataz Mohamed mobile apps mode choice model mode choice modelling mode imputation modelling Monash University Montevideo Morrison Hershfield multimodal streets Nancy Hui Nesheli Nigel Wilson Nourinejad On Civil Society online shopping Open House optimization Panagiotis (Panos) Papaioannou Pantonium Parking Parsons Patricia O'Campo Paula Nguyen PAV Pedestrian Pedestrian Analysis Zones pedestrian behaviour Peter Richards PRESTO public policy Public Transit public transit and economics Public Transit Modelling Public Transit Planning and ITS public transit priority public transit tendering public transport service contracts Puyuan 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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.
More details to come.
Email for more information or telephone (416) 978-4175.
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