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DATA AND SYNTHETIC POPULATIONS ..........................................................................................47 Processing the Denver Travel Survey to Support Tour-Based Modeling: Methods, Data, and Lessons Learned......................................................................................................49 Erik E. Sabina, Gregory D. Erhardt, Thomas F. Rossi, and John Coil Validation of Atlanta, Georgia, Regional Commission Population Synthesizer .......................................54 John L. Bowman and Guy Rousseau Microsimulation of Single-Family Residential Land Use for Market Equilibriums..................................63 Bin (Brenda) Zhou and Kara M. Kockelman ACTIVITY-BASED MODELS ................................................................................................................69 Modeling Short-Term Dynamics in Activity-Travel Patterns: From Aurora to Feathers ..........................71 Theo Arentze, Harry Timmermans, Davy Janssens, and Geert Wets Comprehensive Econometric Microsimulator for Daily Activity-Travel Patterns: Recent Developments and Sensitivity Testing Results..............................................................................78 Chandra R. Bhat, Abdul Pinjari, Naveen Eluru, Ipek Sener, Rachel Copperman, Jessica Guo, and Siva Srinivasan SURVEY METHODS .............................................................................................................................83 Directions for Coordinated Improvement of Travel Surveys and Models................................................85 Eric Petersen and Peter Vovsha Using Global Positioning System Data to Inform Travel Survey Methods ..............................................89 Stacey Bricka and Chandra R. Bhat Dynamic Activity-Travel Diary Data Collection Using a Global Positioning SystemEnabled Personal Digital Assistant .............................................................................................94 Bruno Kochan, Tom Bellemans, Davy Janssens, and Geert Wets ASSIGNMENT ADVANCES ..................................................................................................................99 Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model Breakdown...................................................................................101 James E. Hicks Urban Arterial SpeedFlow Equations for Travel Demand Models.......................................................109 Richard Dowling and Alexander Skabardonis A Comparison of Static and Dynamic Traffic Assignment Under Tolls in the DallasFort Worth Region...............................................................................................................114 Stephen Boyles, Satish Ukkusuri, S. Travis Waller, and Kara M. Kockelman EDUCATION AND OUTREACH .......................................................................................................119 Lifelong Education as a Necessary Foundation for Success in Travel Modeling....................................121 Rick Donnelly Traffic Forecasting in a Visioning Workshop Setting.............................................................................124 Don Hubbard EMERGING MODELING CONSIDERATIONS .................................................................................127 Companionship for Leisure Activities: An Empirical Analysis Using the American Time Use Survey ...129 Sivaramakrishnan Srinivasan and Chandra R. Bhat