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An Innovative Methodological Framework to Analyze the Impact of Built Environment Characteristics on ActivityTravel Choices ...........................................................................................137 Chandra R. Bhat and Jessica Y. Guo Innovative Methods for Pricing Studies.................................................................................................142 Arun R. Kuppam, Maren L. Outwater, and Rob C. Hranac VALIDATION ......................................................................................................................................151 Proposed Validation and Sensitivity Testing of Denver Region Activity-Based Models .........................153 David L. Kurth, Suzanne Childress, Erik E. Sabina, and Thomas Rossi Validation and Assessment of Activity-Based Travel Demand Modeling Systems .................................157 Ram M. Pendyala and Chandra R. Bhat Modeling of Peak Hour Spreading with a Disaggregate Tour-Based Model..........................................161 Rebekah S. Anderson and Robert M. Donnelly Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission Model Validation: Summary ..............................................165 David Schmitt, Robert M. Donnelly, and Rebekah S. Anderson THE SECRET IS IN THE SEGUE........................................................................................................171 Lessons Learned from the Implementation of New York Activity-Based Travel Model ........................173 Kuo-Ann Chiao, Ali Mohseni, and Sangeeta Bhowmick Using Activity-Based Models for Policy Decision Making ....................................................................177 Erik E. Sabina and Thomas Rossi Hardware Requirements and Running Time for the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission Travel Forecasting Model......................................................................................................................181 Rebekah S. Anderson, Zhuojun Jiang, and Chandra Parasa THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL BEHAVIOR AND DATA COLLECTION..............................................185 Data-Oriented Travel Behavior Analysis Based on Probe Person Systems.............................................187 Eiji Hato and Ryuichi Kitamura