Increasing the awareness and use of Access Management
10th National Conference on Access Management and TxDOT Planning Conference
July 17‐20, 2012 Dallas, Texas
The 10th National Conference on Access Management will be held in conjunction with the TxDOT Planning Conference at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Dallas, Texas July 17‐20, 2012. The conference will draw together engineers, planners, consultants, land developers and academia from across all fields of highway planning, design, operations, and engineering. Accepted papers and/or presentations will be published in the conference proceedings. There is a particular interest in hearing from practitioners who have first‐hand experience with techniques and implementation.
Abstracts can range from entry level discussions of access management to advanced practices and case studies. New ideas in program operation, legal controls, and corridor application are welcome. Those of you who have been active in access management for 5 or more years: What new and interesting lessons have you learned? What are the best attributes of your program or corridor application you want to share? Sessions may have policy or technical applications and could include, but are not limited to, the following topics:
Human Factors Data Mining Signal Location/Design Land Use Decision Making Systems Planning Network Modeling Capacity/Operations Permit Process Internet Applications Condemnation/Takings Traffic Control Visualization Geometric Design Complete Streets Legal Issues General/Master Plans GIS Applications Software Development Corridor Agreements/Plans Shared Access Medians Data Retrieval/Storage Economic Impacts Right‐Of‐Way Control Lines
Workshop presentations and interactive sessions are highly encouraged – send in any and all ideas!
Paper/Presentations are also encouraged to develop material for static display Poster Sessions.
SUBMISSION DETAILS AND IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
Abstracts of Papers intended for conference consideration should be a maximum of 1 page or 300 words and should clearly convey the purpose, results, and conclusions of the full research. All submissions are to be retained by the conference committee – no materials will be returned. Submit abstracts via email to:
Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2011
Notification to Authors: February 28, 2012
Final Paper/Presentation for Inclusion in Compendium: June 30, 2012
PLEASE CONTACT THE CONFERENCE CHAIR WITH ANY COMMENTS OR SUGGESTIONS AT THE E‐MAIL ADDRESS ABOVE.The latest conference on the main page of this section and side and/or drop down links to past conference proceedings.