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Webinar: CTPP Data Release – Thursday, July 17, 1-3pm EDT

The Census Data for Transportation Planning Subcommittee of the Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems Committee (a subcommittee of the Transportation Research Board) invites you to a webinar and discussion on the newest CTPP data release.

Webinar will have three speakers present their work with the CTPP data followed by an open discussion on user’s experiences accessing and working with the new data set.  This will be a great opportunity for CTPP users to share their knowledge as well as see what others in the field are doing.  For those who do not work with CTPP, this will be a chance to learn what the data set is about and how it can be used.

Presenters:

I.  Jim Hubbell, Mid-America Regional Council 101 Exciting Uses of CTPP Data

II. Vladimir Livshits, Maricopa Association of Governments Developing and validating regional travel forecasting models with CTPP data: MAG experience

III.Brian Bresolin, Santa Barbara County Association of Governments Santa Barbara County State of the Commute: A comparison of the CTPP and LEHD Commute Flows

If you have any questions, please contact Clara Reschovsky at creschovsky@mwcog.org or Mara Kaminowitz at mkaminowitz@baltometro.org.

Join the conference call:

Phone: 866-528-2256

Access Code:  763-7719

Meeting ID: 248-570-913

To join the meeting please click here.

 

 

2 comments

  1. Michael Paech

    I was on holidays during your last webinair. Is there any way that I can get the podcast for this webinair please?
    Regards,
    Michael

    1. Admin4

      Hello Michael,

      I have inquired about the availability of a recording of the webinar. If and when I get a response I will update the announcement page to include the recording link.

      Thank for your interest

      Martin Catala

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