Presentations & Posters

The following is a selection of recent seminars, posters, and presentations. 

  • Brakewood (2017). Understanding User Interactions with Transit Smartphone Applications. Invited speaker at the 24th Annual Meeting of ITS-NY, Saratoga Springs, NY.
  • Ghahramani, Brakewood and Peters (2017). An Exploratory Analysis of Intercity Travel Patterns Using Backend Data from a Transit Smartphone Application. Poster presentation at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. (Download Poster).
  • LaMondia, Conway, Brakewood, Moore, Bacon & Gajkowski (2017). Modeling the Intersection Travel Delay of Cyclists, Personal Vehicles and Urban Freight Induced by Bike Boxes. Poster presentation the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. (Download Poster).
  • Ali, Touret, Brakewood and Paaswell (2017). A Comparison of Transit Mobile Ticketing Applications in the United States and Europe. Poster presentation at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC. (Download Poster).
  • Brakewood (2017). Emerging Big Data Sources from GPS-Enabled Smartphone Applications: A Case Study of Transit App. Lectern presentation at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  • Brakewood (2016). The Future of Transportation in New York City. Invited panelist for the annual Lectures in Planning Series of the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University, New York, NY. (Link).
  • Rahman, Wong and Brakewood (2016). Using Mobile Ticketing Data to Estimate an Origin-Destination Matrix for New York City Ferry Service. Presentation at the 2nd International Workshop on Automated Data Collection Systems, Northeastern University, Boston, MA. (Presentation).
  • Sion, Brakewood, and Alvarado (2016). Planning for New Fare Payment Systems: An Equity Analysis of Smartphone, Credit Card, and Potential Mobile Ticketing Adoption by Bus Riders in Nassau County. Poster presentation the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC (Download Poster).
  • Rahman, Wong and Brakewood (2015). Using Mobile Ticketing Data to Estimate an Origin-Destination Matrix for New York City Ferry Service.  Presentation at the UTRC Transportation Technology Symposium, NYIT (Presentation).
  • Brakewood (2015).  Don’t Miss the Bus: Quantifying the Impacts of Real-Time Information on Transit Ridership. Invited Speaker for the Penn State Department of Geography Seminar Series, State College, PA (Talk).
  • Conway, Brakewood, et al. (2015). Multimodal Trends in Transportation Webinar. Webinar for the TRB Transportation Issues in Major Cities Committee (Abstract).
  • Brakewood and Watkins (2015). A Method for Linking Transit Smart Card Data and Survey Responses to Evaluate Travel Behavior and its Application to a Before-After Analysis of Real-Time Information. Presented at the 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC (Download Poster).
  • Brakewood (2014). Invited panelist at the UTRC Connected Urban Mobility Event, NYIT (Program).
  • Brakewood (2014). The Impact of Real-Time Information on Bus Ridership in New York City. Presentation at the UTRC Ground Transportation Technology Symposium, NYIT (Presentation).
  • Brakewood (2014). Evaluating the Impacts of Real-Time Transit Information in Tampa and Atlanta. Webinar with the Center for Urban Transportation Research (Webinar).
  • Brakewood, Watkins, and Barbeau (2014). Evaluating the Impacts of Real-Time Transit Information on Bus Riders in Tampa, Florida. Presentation at the APTA Bus and Paratransit Conference. Kansas City, Missouri. (Presentation).
  • Brakewood (2014). Don’t Miss the Bus: Quantifying the Impacts of Real-Time Information on Transit Ridership. Invited speaker for the University of Virginia CEE Seminar Series, Charlottesville, Virginia.
  • Anders, Brakewood and Watkins (2014). A Case Study Analysis of New Fare Payment Systems in Public Transit.  Presented at the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. (Download Poster).
  • Brakewood, Rojas, Zegras, Watkins, Robin, Sion, and Jordan (2014). An Analysis of Real-Time Commuter Rail Information in Boston.  Presented at the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC.
  • Brakewood (2013). OneBusAway. Invited speaker at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Georgia Transit Association. Athens, Georgia.
  • Brakewood (2013). Forecasting Mobile Ticketing Adoption on Commuter Rail. Poster Presentation at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Planning Association. Chicago, Illinois. (Download Poster).
  • Frumin and Brakewood (2011). Bus Customer Information Systems. Invited speaker and panelist at BitCity 2011: Transportation, Data and Technology in Cities. Columbia University, New York, NY. (Video of Presentation).