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Measuring Personal Travel and Goods Movement: A Review of the Bureau of Transportation Statistics' Surveys- Special Report 277 � � � � � � APPENDIX D Committee Meetings FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING FEBRUARY 25–26, 2002, WASHINGTON, D.C. Review of the National Household Travel Survey (NHTS) The following presentations were made to the committee by invited speakers: The Bureau of Transportation Statistics’ (BTS) Perspectives on the NHTS Joy Sharp, BTS Susan Liss, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Mark Freedman, Westat, Rockville, Maryland User Perspectives on the NHTS Robert Dunphy, The Urban Land Institute Dwight French, U.S. Department of Energy Andrea Stueve, Travel Industry Association The committee also received a written submission on use of NHTS data from Stacy Davis of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Issues in Travel Survey Methods in Today’s Environment Elaine Murakami, FHWA Internet-Based Travel Diary Surveys Tom Adler, Resource Systems Group, Inc., White River Junction, Vermont

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Measuring Personal Travel and Goods Movement: A Review of the Bureau of Transportation Statistics' Surveys- Special Report 277 � � � � � � Applications of Technology in Future Travel Survey Methods Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta Priorities and Options for Revising and Enhancing the NHTS Sarah Campbell, TransManagement, Inc., Washington, D.C. Jonathan Gifford, George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia Johanna Zmud, NuStats, Austin, Texas SECOND COMMITTEE MEETING JUNE 26–27, 2002, WASHINGTON, D.C. Review of the Omnibus Survey Program The following presentations were made to the committee by invited speakers: Overview of the Omnibus Survey Program Michael Cohen, BTS Overview of the Omnibus Monthly Household Survey Lori Putman, BTS Survey Design for the Omnibus Monthly Household Survey Neil Russell, BTS Omnibus Targeted Surveys Neil Russell, BTS (Bicycle/Pedestrian Survey) June Jones, BTS (Mariner Survey) Sharon Durant, BTS (Disability Transportation Survey) Omnibus Customers and Their Data Requirements Lori Putman, BTS User Perspectives on the Omnibus Survey Michael Capel, KPMG/Transportation Security Administration Nathaniel Beuse, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Linda Bailey, Surface Transportation Policy Project

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Measuring Personal Travel and Goods Movement: A Review of the Bureau of Transportation Statistics' Surveys- Special Report 277 � � � � � � THIRD COMMITTEE MEETING OCTOBER 31–NOVEMBER 1, 2002, WASHINGTON, D.C. Review of the Commodity Flow Survey (CFS) The following presentations were made to the committee by invited speakers: Objectives of the CFS Michael Cohen, BTS The CFS—Key Issues John Fowler, Census Bureau Frank Southworth, ORNL/BTS Felix Ammah-Tagoe, BTS User Perspectives on the CFS Martin Labbe, Martin Labbe Associates, Ormond Beach, Florida Paul Ciannavei, Reebie Associates, Stamford, Connecticut Bill Anderson, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts Paul Bingham, Global Insight, Inc., Washington, D.C. Bruce Lambert, FHWA, Washington, D.C. Rick Donnelly, PBConsult, Albuquerque, New Mexico Sue Okubo, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Washington, D.C. Russ Hillberry, U.S. International Trade Commission, Washington, D.C. Joel Palley, Federal Railroad Administration, Washington, D.C. Agnes Muszynska, Cambridge Systematics, Inc., Washington, D.C. Ed Weiner, Office of the Secretary of Transportation, Washington, D.C. FOURTH COMMITTEE MEETING MARCH 6–7, 2003, IRVINE, CALIFORNIA