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Poster Session O n the first day of the conference, seven participants Travel Matters: Mitigating Climate Change with presented posters on a range of topics relevant to Sustainable Surface Transportation, Sharon Feigon, integrating sustainability into the transportation Center for Neighborhood Technology. planning process: Sustainable Transportation Study in China, Yulin Jiang, China Academy of Transport Science, Ministry of Transportation and Land Use Planning, Nat Bot- Communication. tigheimer, Maryland Department of Transportation. What Makes a Transportation Plan Sustainable? States, Freight, and Technical Tools: Review of David Kriger, iTRANS Consulting, Inc. Progress and New Projects at the Center for Clean Air Education and Sustainable Transportation, Joseph Policy, Greg Dierkers, Center for Clean Air Policy. Szyliowicz, University of Denver. Sustainable Transportation Planning in the Port- land Region, Jennifer Dill, Portland State University. 31