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Old Models New Tricks

    Autonomous Vehicles Serving Local Mobility Needs

    A Panel Discussion Presented by TOMNET University Transportation Center & ASU Office of Applied Innovation

    Friday, September 23, 2022 | 8:00am to 9:45am | Los Angeles, CA


    The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on the 2020 American Community Survey (ACS) commuting data, raising questions about its use in future transportation planning. In the most recent TOMNET policy brief, Prof. Steve Polzin discusses both the 2020 results and the role of the ACS in future transportation planning.

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    New Projects

    Mobility Analysis Workflow (MAW): An Accessible, Interoperable, and Reproducible Container System for Processing Raw Mobile Data
    University of Washington

    An Empirical Assessment of the Role of Attitudes and Identification in Safety Research
    University of South Florida

    The Stability of Transport-Related Attitudes Over Time: A Case Study During COVID-19
    Arizona State University

    What Is the New Normal? An Analysis of Post-COVID-19 Commute and Work Patterns
    Georgia Institute of Technology

    The Influence of Mode Use on Level of Satisfaction with Daily Travel Routine: A Focus on Automobile Driving in the United States
    Arizona State University

    Latest Publications

    Commuting in America in 2020 and Beyond: Observations, Planning Challenges, and Implications for the American Community Survey Transportation Questions
    Policy Brief

    The Stability of Transport-Related Attitudes Over Time: A Case Study During COVID-19
    Project Report

    An Exploratory Analysis to Estimate the Value of Free Charging Bundle in Electric Vehicle Purchases
    Project Report

    Attitudes Towards Emerging Mobility Options and Technologies – Phase 3: Survey Data Compilation and Analysis for Phoenix, AZ
    Project Report

    TOMNET Consortium

    Advancing Transport Operations and Mobility Networks for a ​Smart, Safe, Sustainable, and Equitable Transportation Future