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5/17/15 Jay Evans attended the 15th TRB National Transportation Planning Applications conference, including the FTA STOPS workshop, and supported CS presenters at the conference. The workshop and conference were held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. link.
5/5/15 Jay Evans presented "Simplified Trips-on-Project Software (STOPS): Strategies for Successful Application" to the Transit Committee at the Florida Model Task Force Meeting in Orlando, Florida. This presentation and others from the conference will be available for download via the following link.
4/29/15 Jay Evans presented "NCHRP 716 - Travel Demand Forecasting: Parameters and Techniques" at the North Carolina Model Users Group meeting held in coordination with the North Carolina Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. This presentation and others from the meeting are expected to be available for download.
4/15/15 "Pay-to-Save Transportation Pricing Strategies and Comparative Greenhouse Gas Reductions to EPA’s Proposed Rule for Existing Electric Utility Generating Units," is being presented by my co-author, Allen Greenberg, at the Seventh International Symposium on Travel Demand Management, Tuscon, Arizona. link.
4/13/15 Jay Evans co-presents "New Lessons Learned Using the Federal Transit Administration Simplified Trips-on-Projects Software (STOPS) for Transit Demand Estimation at the 2015 ITE Mid-Colonial District Annual Conference in Arlington, Virginia.
1/13/15 "Pay-to-save Transportation Pricing Strategies and Comparative Reductions to EPA’s Proposed Rule for Existing Electric Utility Generating Units," is being presented by my co-author, Allen Greenberg, at the TRB 94th Annual Meeting.
10/8/14 Jay Evans co-presents "Modeling Handbook and Standards" at the 2014 West Virginia Planning Conference in Parkersburg, West Virginia. This presentation and others from the conference are available for download via the following link.
5/19/14 Jay Evans co-presents "Using the Federal Transit Administration Simplified Trips-on-Project Software (STOPS) for Transit Demand Estimation" at the Institute of Transportation Engineers Mid-Colonial District & Mid-Atlantic Section 2014 Annual Meeting in Hershey, Pennsylvania. This presentation and others from the conference are available for download via the following link.
4/15/14 Jay Evans accepts new three year membership appointment to the Transportation Research Board Standing Committee on Public Transportation Planning and Development (AP025).
1/12/14 Jay Evans participates in the Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. (link).
10/9/13 Jay Evans participated in special transportation advisory panel for the George Mason University Sid and Reva Dewberry Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering. The panel, which included leaders in engineering practice, and leading researchers from federal and Virginia state labs, provided input on changes to the curriculum for the school's Master of Science degree concentration in Transportation Engineering. The revised curriculum requirements, taking effect in Fall 2014, are linked (link).
9/17/13 Jay Evans participates in Workshop on Analysis of Network and Nonnetwork Impacts Upon Traveler Choice at the U.S. Federal Highway Administration Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center. The workshop program is linked here (link).
6/27/13 Jay Evans attends the 2013 Annual Meeting for the Virginia Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (VASITE) in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
5/15/13 Jay Evans presents "Project Prioritization Approach for Multiple Stakeholder Environments" at the North Carolina Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (NCAMPO) 2013 Annual Conference in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The linked program contains a link to the presentation (link).
5/6/13 Jay Evans presents "TCRP Report 95 Series: Chapter 16-Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities" at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) National Transportation Planning Applications Conference in Columbus, Ohio. The linked program contains further links to the abstract and presentation (link).
4/14/13 Jay Evans attends the American Planning Association (APA) National Conference in Chicago, Illinois.
4/7/13 Jay Evans attends the Southern District Institute of Transportation Engineers (SDITE) Annual Meeting 2013 in Charlotte, North Carolina (link).
1/21/13 Transportation Research Record 2303 was released today, featuring the article, "Recent Practices in Regional Modeling of Nonmotorized Travel" by Feng Liu, Jay Evans, and Thomas Rossi. This link leads to the TRB abstract, download, and purchase links for this publication.
12/31/12 The final TransAction 2040 - Long Range Plan for Northern Virginia has been released by the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority. The final plan may be downloaded via the TransAction 2040 publications page of the NVTA website via the following link. Jay Evans served as Cambridge Systematics' Project Manager for this effort.
8/6/12 The Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) published the latest installment of Report 95, Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, Chapter 16, "Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities." Jay served as a lead author for this chapter.
6/18/12 The final report for the I-66 Multimodal Study has been released by the Virginia Department of Transportation. The final report may be downloaded via the study webpage. Jay Evans served as Cambridge Systematics' Project Manager for this effort.
5/1/12 The National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) published Report 716, "Travel Demand Forecasting: Parameters and Techniques." This report includes information garnered from the latest National Household Transportation Survey (NHTS) and serves as an update to NCHRP Report 365, "Travel Estimation Techniques for Urban Planning." Jay served as a contributing author and as Principal-in-Charge for the Cambridge Systematics team effort (Thomas Rossi of Cambridge Systematics served as Project Manager/Principal Investigator for the effort).
12/1/11 Jay Evans has been promoted to Business Operations Manager for the national practice of the Transportation Modeling Group of Cambridge Systematics. Jay continues to serve as Director of the firm's metropolitan Washington D.C. area office and retains client service roles as described in the press release issued by the firm.
4/28/11 Jay Evans presents "Enhanced Non-Motorized Modeling for the Triangle Region" at the 18th Annual North Carolina Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (NCAMPO) Conference in Fayetteville, North Carolina (program link)). The presentation summarizes the experience from CS' recently completed engagement for the Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization. Jay served as the Project Manager for the effort.
11/18/10 Jay Evans presents "Enhanced Non-Motorized Modeling for the Triangle Region" at the North Carolina Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (NCSITE) Annual Meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina. The presentation summarizes the experience from CS' in-progress engagement for the Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization. Jay is serving as the Project Manager for the effort.
7/20/10 The Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) publishes Report 95, Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, Chapter 19, "Employer and Institutional TDM Strategies."
6/30/10 The e-publication "Evaluating and Communicating Model Results: Guidebook for Planners" was made available this month. A description of the project and a further link to a PDF version of the report is available via this link. Jay served as a contributing author.
12/31/09 The final report for the I-66 Transit/TDM Study has been released by the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation. The final report may be downloaded via the following link and the final report Appendices may be downloaded via the following link. Jay Evans served as Cambridge Systematics' Project Manager for this effort.
1/13/09 Jay Evans attends the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. He serves on the Committee on Intermodal Transfer Facilities and is presiding over Session 584, Insights in Intermodal Planning.
10/15/08 Jay Evans completed work this month as Cambridge Systematics' Project Manager for the Springfield Connectivity Study. The project was a joint effort of the Fairfax County Department of Transportation and the Fairfax County Department of Planning and Zoning. PDF versions of the Final Report, including Executive Summary and Existing Conditions and Plans Report are available via the weblink.
7/25/08 Jay Evans has been promoted to Principal at Cambridge Systematics in its Washington Metropolitan Area office in Bethesda, Maryland. Jay serves as the office director and is the practice leader for the firm's Mid-Atlantic travel demand forecasting and geographic information systems practice.
5/28/08-5/30/08 Jay Evans attended the 2008 ITE District 1 / District 2 Joint Annual Meeting held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He presented "Traveler Response to Transit-Oriented Development" at a technical session during the meeting.
3/22/08 Jay Evans developed and delivered the T-Class, "Transit-Oriented Development (TCRP Report #95, Chapter 17)" in association with the National Transit Institute.
2/29/08 The final report for the I-95/I-395 Transit/Transportation Demand Management Study has been released by the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation. Jay Evans served as Cambridge Systematics' Project Manager for this effort.
1/16/08 Jay Evans attends the 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. He serves on the Committee on Intermodal Transfer Facilities and is presiding over Session 670, Advances in Multimodal Transfers.
8/26/07 For the TRB Specialty Conference, "Best Practices: Coordination of Transit, Regional Transportation Planning and Land Use," Jay Evans gave a presentation on "Traveler Response to Transit-Oriented Development." The conference was held in Denver, Colorado.
8/5/07-8/8/07 Jay Evans attended the 2007 ITE Annual Meeting held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
6/21/07 Jay Evans provided a presentation on "Traveler Response to Transit-Oriented Development" to the Transit Research Analysis Committee of the National Academies. The Committee supports the project, "Transit Research and Development: Federal Role in the National Program." Project information is available via the this link.
1/21/07-1/25/07 Mr. Evans attends the 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Mr. Evans serves on the Committee on Intermodal Transfer Facilities and is presiding over Session 484, Advances in Multimodal Coordination.
8/6/06-8/9/06 Jay Evans attended the Institute of Transportation Engineers 2006 Annual Meeting held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Presiding over a technical session he had proposed on behalf of the ITE Transportation Planning Council and the ITE Parking Council was among his personal highlights. The session, focused on issues surrounding Transit-Oriented Development and Parking, featured Todd Littman, Jeffrey Tumlin, and Randy McCourt as expert presenters. The featured speakers offered findings on relationships between parking requirements, parking management, and transit-oriented development.
5/11/06 Jay Evans delivered an overview and update on the Traveler Response Handbook, Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 95, at the Institute of Transportation Engineers District 2 Regional Conference in Frederick, Maryland.
4/3/06 Jay Evans' office with Cambridge Systematics has moved to Bethesda, Maryland. The new location is about two blocks from the Bethesda Metro Station.
3/20/06 Jay Evans delivered an update on the Traveler Response Handbook, Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 95, at the Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (AMPO) Travel Model Working Group Meeting held in Houston, Texas. His presentation is available on AMPO's website.
1/22/06-1/26/06 Jay Evans attends the 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. He serves on the Committee on Intermodal Transfer Facilities and is presiding over Session 226, Making the Connections: Integrating Intermodal Concepts.
11/28/05 Jay Evans joins Cambridge Systematics as a Senior Associate. Jay Evans is leading the travel demand forecasting and geographic information systems practice in the firm's Mid-Atlantic Region. Cambridge Systematics issued a press release in March 2006.
10/27/05 Jay Evans releases errata for, "Capacity and Cost Comparisons of Rapid Transit Modes," presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) in Melbourne, Australia.  View by clicking on the errata hyperlink.
8/12/05 The Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Publishes Report 95, Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, Chapter 5, "Vanpools and Buspools."
8/7/05 Jay Evans presented a paper, "Capacity and Cost Comparisons of Rapid Transit Modes," at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) in Melbourne, Australia.
4/24/05 Jay Evans Consulting LLC represented at the TRB Transportation Planning Applications Conference in Portland, Oregon.
4/3/05 Jay Evans Consulting LLC represented at the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Commuter Rail Conference in Los Angeles, California.
2/28/05 Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) publishes Report 95, Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, Chapter 13, "Parking Pricing and Fees."
1/9/05 Jay Evans Consulting represented at the Transportation Research Board 84th Annual Meeting held in Washington, DC.
10/24/04 Jay Evans Consulting represented at the 16th National Rural Public & Intercity Bus Transportation Conference held in Roanoke, VA.
9/15/04 Jay Evans has been named a member of TRB Committee AP045, "Intermodal Transfer Facilities."
9/13/04 Transit Cooperative Research Program Publishes Report 95, Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, Chapter 12, "Transit Pricing and Fares."
8/17/04 Transit Cooperative Research Program Publishes Report 95, Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, Chapter 10, "Bus Routing and Coverage."
8/16/04 Transit Cooperative Research Program Publishes Report 95, Traveler Response to Transportation System Changes, Chapter 3, "Park-and-Ride/Pool."
4/24/04 Jay Evans Consulting LLC represented at the American Planning Association National Conference (APA) in Washington, D.C.
10/21/03 Jay Evans presents paper "Commuter Rail's Role in Sustainable Transportation Strategies for Megacities in China and Elsewhere" at "Sustainable Multi-Modal Transportation for Chinese Cities" conference in Shanghai, China.
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5/5/15 - Jay Evans presented "Simplified Trips-on-Project Software (STOPS): Strategies for Successful Application" to the Transit Committee at the Florida Model Task Force Meeting in Orlando, Florida. This presentation and others from the conference will be available for download via the following link.

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