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Measuring International Trade on U.S. Highways Appendix A Agenda for Open Sessions INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRAFFIC STUDY FIRST PANEL MEETING, WOODS HOLE, MASSACHUSETTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2003 9:30-10:00AM Scope and Tasks for the Panel Joel Horowitz 10:00-10:30AM Origins of the 5115 Report Bill Bannister, Bureau of Transportation Statistics 10:30AM-12:00PM Presentation of Findings of the BTS 5115 Report Ho-Ling Hwang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Paul Metaxatos, Universal Technical Systems, Illinois 12:00-1:00PM Lunch 1:00-2:00PM Discussion of Data Sources on Ton-Miles and Value-Miles of International Trade Traffic Amelia Regan
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Measuring International Trade on U.S. Highways 2:00-2:45PM Discussion of Statistical Models with Emphasis on the Use of the Gravity Model Hani Mahmassani 2:45-3:15PM Break 3:15-4:15PM Discussion of Survey Data Quality Issues (with Emphasis on the Commodity Flow Survey) James Lepkowski 4:15-5:00PM Discussion of State Data Sources Ron Tweedie 5:00-5:45PM Discussion of Allocation Formula Issues Bruce Spencer 5:45-6:00PM Summary of Issues Joel Horowitz
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