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Using Activity-Based Models for Policy Decision Making ......................................................................55 Erik Sabina and Thomas Rossi Hardware Requirements and Running Time for the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission Travel Forecasting Model........................................................................................................................56 Rebekah Anderson, Zhuojun Jiang, and Chandra Parasa Preparing Parcel-Level Input Data for the Activity-Based Travel Model in Sacramento..........................57 Bruce Griesenbeck THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL BEHAVIOR AND DATA COLLECTION ................................................59 Catching the Next Big Wave: Are the Baby Boomers Forcing Us to Change Our Regional Travel Demand Forecasts?.......................................................................................................................59 Larry Blain, Konstadinos Goulias, Neil Kilgren, Terry Michalowski, and Elaine Murakami New Survey Items for a Fuller Description of Traveler Behavior: Biographies and Social Networks .....60 Kay Axhausen Data-Oriented Travel Behavior Analysis Based on Probe Person Systems...............................................62 Eiji Hato and Ryuichi Kitamura NEXT STEPS: INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES .............................................................................................63 Ken Cervenka, Larry Blain, Ronald Milone, Chuck Purvis, Aichong Sun, Richard Walker, and Kermit Wies Conference Participants...........................................................................................................................68