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Contents OVERVIEW OF THE POLICY ISSUES .....................................................................................1 Welcome....................................................................................................................................................1 Chandra Bhat Conference Participants and Agenda .........................................................................................................2 Ken Cervenka Travel Demand Modeling and Public Policy .............................................................................................2 Frank Koppelman State and Local Agency Perspectives on Policy Issues: One Size Does Not Fit All....................................4 Michael Morris Federal Demands on Travel Demand Models............................................................................................6 Edward Weiner MOVING INNOVATIVE MODELS INTO PRACTICE ..........................................................................9 Travel Demand Forecasting Models: Raising Some Issues.........................................................................9 Martin Wachs Modeling Needs ......................................................................................................................................10 Keith Lawton Developing Detailed Projections of Impacts of Spatial Separation, Mitigation, Supply and Demand, Infrastructure, and Strategies in a Volatile Economic, Social, and Physical Environment .......................................................................................................................11 Edward Granzow Innovations in Modeling .........................................................................................................................12 Brian Gardner TOUR-BASED MODELS .......................................................................................................................13 Design Features of Activity-Based Microsimulation Models for U.S. Metropolitan Planning Organizations ...........................................................................................................................13 Mark Bradley and John Bowman