COVID Future team to present at TRB conference in January 2022

We are pleased to announce that research from the COVID Future team has been accepted to the annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board in January 2022. The following research will be presented at the conference:

  • Expected Change in U.S. Air Travel After the COVID-19 Pandemic, Sara Khoeini et al.*
  • Observed and Expected Impacts of COVID-19 on Travel Behavior in the United States. A Panel Study Analysis, MJ Javadinasr et al.
  • The Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Telecommuting in the United States, Deborah Salon et al.
  • Examining the Stickiness of Telecommuting after the COVID-19 Pandemic, Yalda Mohammadi et al.
  • The Stability of Transport-Related Attitudes over Time: A Case Study During COVID-19, Laura Mirtich et al.
  • Measuring Population Attitudes, Preferences, and Values: A Tale of Weighting Two Surveys Reveals an Exercise in Futility, Denise da Silva Baker et al.

*This paper has also been accepted for publication in Transportation Research Record, the conference’s associated journal.

The data used for our research is publicly available and can be downloaded here. We encourage the research community to join us in using this dataset to better understand what the post-COVID future will look like. One way you can do this is by attending our special COVID Future event at TRB. Join us from 5:30-7:30 on 1/11/22 in Convention Center Room 149 for an informal drop-in session to learn about the project and meet others working with this data.

For those attending the conference, please use the following schedule to find information about presentation times and details.

PresentationSession TitleDate and TimeLocation
Measuring Population Attitudes, Preferences, and Values: A Tale of Weighting Two Surveys Reveals an Exercise in FutilityInnovations in Travel Survey Methods1/10, 1:30-3:00Convention Center Hall A
Expected Change in U.S. Air Travel After the COVID-19 PandemicCurrent Issues in Aviation1/10, 4:00-5:30Convention Center Hall A
Observed and Expected Impacts of COVID-19 on Travel Behavior in the United States. A Panel Study AnalysisBenchmarking the Evidence of COVID-19 Impacts on Our Perceptions of Travel and Associated Travel Behavior1/11, 8:00-9:30Convention Center Hall A
The Stability of Transport-Related Attitudes over Time: A Case Study During COVID-19The Depth and Breadth of COVID-19 Impacts on Travel Behavior1/11, 4:00-5:30Convention Center Room 150
The Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Telecommuting in the United StatesImpacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Activities and Travel1/12, 8:00-9:30Convention Center Hall A
Examining the Stickiness of Telecommuting after the COVID-19 PandemicImpacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Activities and Travel1/12, 8:00-9:30Convention Center Hall A

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