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Main Title Travel Model Improvement Program Conference Proceedings. Held in Fort Worth, Texas on August 14-17, 1994.
CORP Author Texas Transportation Inst., College Station.;Department of Transportation, Washington, DC. Travel Model Improvement Program.;Federal Transit Administration, Washington, DC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Publisher 1995
Year Published 1995
Report Number DOT-T-95-13;
Stock Number PB95-263976
Additional Subjects Meetings ; Trip forecasting ; Transportation models ; Commuting patterns ; Travel demand ; Air quality ; Computer software ; Land use ; Government polices ; Transportation planning ; Legislation ; Travel patterns ; TMIP(Travel Model Improvement Program) ; Travel Model Improvement Program(TMIP) ; TRANSIMS
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB95-263976 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 72p
The Travel Model Improvement Program (TMIP) is a cooperative effort among organizations involved in transportation, land development, and environmental protection. The program will seek active technical involvement and financial participation from state departments of transportation (DOTs), local governments and metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), environmental agencies, and private sector entities. The objectives of the TMIP are: To increase the policy sensitivity of existing travel forecasting procedures and their capacity to respond to emerging issues including environmental concern, growth management, and changes in personal and household activity patterns, along with the traditional transportation issues. To design the travel forecasting process to reflect today's traveler behavior, to respond to greater information needs placed on the forecasting process, and to take advantage of changes in data collection technology; and, To make travel forecasting model results more useful for decision makers. This report presents a summary of the conference presentations and highlights the recommendation made by the workshop participants. It is anticipated that future conferences will be held to provide continous outreach and direction to TMIP.