The project report can be found here

TRB 2022 was held in person this year, in spite of the Omicron spike. Our five current members attended: Jimi, Mahsa, Mohammed, Nasko and Zhuo. Mohammed presented a poster on our PVTA-ODX work titled, “Trip pattern typologies in the Pioneer Valley Bus Transit System,” while Zhuo presented our work on the TREEM project a the poster titled, “Modeling system-wide urban rail transit energy consumption: A case study of Boston.”


Team members at Zhuo's poster presentation. L-R: Mahsa, Nasko, Zhuo, Mohammed.


Entire team at Convention Center. L-R: Mahsa, Nasko, Mohammed, Zhuo, Jimi.


Mohammed presenting his work to a conference participant.

5 Aug 2020

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