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Shaun will present on the recently completed pilot demonstration of multimodal arterial performance measures for the Portland metro region, as part of the larger regional concept of operations. Treatments include a permanent bike count station on the Springwater Trail, permanent truck classification stations, Bluetooth travel time stations, as well as leveraging existing transit and signal controller data to paint a picture of the collective modal transportation system.
Shaun Quayle is a transportation engineer with Kittelson and Associates, Inc. (www.kittelson.com). His focus areas of practice are in the operations, planning and design of arterial traffic signal systems, performance management systems, and complex traffic analysis and simulation.
Transportation -- Data processing, Traffic monitoring, Travel time (Traffic engineering), Performance measurement, Transportation corridors -- Oregon -- Portland -- Planning
Transportation | Urban Studies and Planning
Quayle, Shaun, "Piloting Portland's MultiModal Arterial Performance System" (2013). PSU Transportation Seminars. 89.