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UST 29,1967 2-5pm Session 4A Empire Room SOCIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS Chairman: Victor Paschkis, Professor Emeritus, Heat and Mass Flow Analyzer Laboratory, Columbia University, New York, N.Y. Vice Chairman: Jerome Vegosen, Project Engineer, Wright Aeronautical Div., Curtiss Wright Corp., Wood-Ridge, N.J. Social Values and Transportation Planning Processes Leon Monroe Cole, Assistant Professor of City Planning and Urban Research, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Disaggregative Impact Studies: Their Potential Use in Transportation Decisions William W. Nash Jr., Professor of City and Regional Planning, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Some Implications of Race and of Child-Raising for Transportation Policy James M. Beshers, Associate Professor of Sociology Department of City and Regional Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge. Session 4B Astro Gallery THE GREAT LAKES MEGALOPOLIS AND THE CANADIAN CORRIDOR Chairman: Edwin N. Thomas, Director of Research, The Transportation Center, Northwestern University, Evanston, III. Vice Chairman: Joseph L. Schofer, Research Associate, The Transportation Center, Northwestern Center, Northwestern University, Evanston, III. Transportation Planning in the Chicago Region E. Wilson Campbell, Director, Chicago Area Transportation Study, Chicago, III. Potential Effects of High-Speed Transportation on Patterns of Urbanization. An Appraisal of Future Trends: the St. Lawrence Lower Lakes Corridor G. Potvin, Chairman, Research Unit for Urban Studies, and Associate Professor of Geography; J.A Johnson, Assistant Professor of Economics; and N.E. Wilson, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering; McMaster University, Hamilton, Ont. Application of the United Aircraft Turbotrain in the Great Lakes Region Robert H. Shatz, Division Executive Vice President; and A. Richardson Goodlatte, Marketing Analyst; United Aircraft Corporate System Center, Farmington, Conn. The Emerging Great Lakes Megalopolis: Comparison with the Eastern Megalopolis Constantine A. Doxiadis, President; and John G. Papaioannou, Vice President and Director of Research, Athens Center of Ekistics, Athens, Greece. Session 4C Jade Room OVERSEAS TRANSPORTATION Chairman: Edward V. Lewis, Deputy Director, Center for Maritime Studies, Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, Glen Cove, N.Y. Vice Chairman: Charles R. Cushing, Sea Land Service, Elizabeth, N.J. The Current Revolution in Overseas Transportation Robert B. Zubaly, Professor of Naval Architecture, State Maritime College, State University of New York, Fort Schuyler, N.Y.; and Edward V. Lewis, Deputy Director, Center for Maritime Studies, Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, Glen Cover N.Y. 9-12 am WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1967 2-5 pm Session 5A Empire Room HISTORICAL CONSIDERATIONS Chairman: George R. Taylor, Eleutherin Mills-Hagley Foundation, Wilmington, Del. Vice Chairman: John B. Rae, Professor of History, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, Calif. Traffic Engineering and Urban Values Carl W. Condit, Professor of Art and History of Science, Northwestern University, Evanston III. Some Lessons of British Air Transport Experience Robin Highman, Professor of History, Kansas State University, State College, Miss. Traffic Generation by American Railroads Roy V. Scott, Professor of History, Mississippi State University, State College, Miss. Invention and Innovation in Transportation Overseas David B. Tyler, Professor of History, Wagner College, Staten Island, N.Y. Session 5B Astor Gallery URBAN TRANSPORTATION; CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES-I Chairman: Louis J. Pignataro, Professor of Civil Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, N.Y. Vice Chairman: Robert B. Dillaway, North American Aviation-General Offices, El Segundo, Calif. Present State and Technical Position of Urban Transportation Waler S. Douglas, Senior Partner, Parsons, Brinckerhoff, Quade and Douglas, New York, N.Y. The Federal Government's Role in Financing Urban Transportation Systems Hon. Jonathan B. Bingham, Member of Congress ( New York City), Washington, D.C. New Concepts of Urban Transportation Systems S.M. Breuning, Professor of Civil Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge. Strategies for Improving Intra-Urban Goods Movement Joseph L. Schofer and Marin Wachs, Research Associates, The Transportation Center, Northwestern University, Evanston, III. Roadbed Curvaute Limitations on the Speed of Wheel-Rail Vehicles Jeffrey P. Carstens, Senior Research Engineer, United Aircraft Reach Laboratories, East Hartford, Conn. Session 5C Jade Room COMPUTER APPLICAITON TO TRANSPORTATION PROBELMS Chairman: Arthur B. Sosslau, Advisory Analyst, The Service Bureau Corp., Wheaton, Md. Vice Chairman: John Fajnor, The Service Bureau Corp., Wheaton, Md. Public Transit Planning System Richard E. Bunyan, Associate; and Robert B. Dial Associate; Alan M. Voorhees and Associates, McLean, Va Automatic Data Plotting in Transportation Planning Ernest Nussbaum, Consulting Analyst, General Electric Information Service Department, Bethesda Md. Session 6A Empire Room THE ROLE OF COMPETITION IN IMPROVING TRANSPORTATION Chairman: Aaron J. Gellman, Vice President-Planning, North American Car Coorporation, Chicago, Ill. Vice Chairman: Sidney A Savitt, President, Process Plants Service, Clark, N.J., and Vice-Chairman, Division of Engineering, New York Academy of Sciences, New York. Improving Transportation in Product Markets William B. Saunders, Managing Director, E.B.S. Management Consultants, Inc., Washington, D.C. Conferences and Competition in Ocean Transport Allen R. Ferguson, Deputy Manager, Systems Economics Division, Planning Research Corporation, Washington D.C. Competitive Railroad Rates and Services Applied to the Movement of Bituminous Coal James Sloss, Research Consultant, The Transportation Center, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Competition-A Two-Edged Sword in Improving Air Transportation Performance? William A. Jordan, Associate Professor, Faculty of Administrative Studies, York University, Toronto, Ont. Session 6B Astor Gallery URBAN TRANSPORTATION; CONCEPT AND TECHNIQUES-II Chairman: Robert B. Dillaway, North American Aviation-General Offices, El Segundo, Calif. Vice Chairman: Joseph L. Schafer, Research Associate, The Transportation Center, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. U.S. Government Attitude and Plans for Urban Transportation and Development L.J. Cusick, Department omg Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C. An Analysis of Results from HHFA/HUD Mass Transportation Demonstration Projects Louis J. Pignataro, Professor of Civil Engineering, and Raymond S. Niedowski, Teaching Fellow, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, Brooklynn, N.Y. Planning of Urban Mass Transit Systems Robert B. Schumacher, Transportation Engineer, New York State Office of Transportation, New York, N.Y. Future Urban Highway Mass Transit System Utilizing Private Passenger Vehicles-A Concept George R. Bierman and John L. Gain, Project Engineers, BoozAllen Applied Research, Bethesda, Md. A Papid Transit System Providing Nonstop Constant Speed Local and Express Service Vincent H. Larson, Associate Professor, The Technological Institute, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Section 6c Jade Room RESEARCH AND PRIORITIES Chairman: Paul. W. Shuldiner, Senior Transportation Engineer, Transpot Systems Planning Division, Office of High Speed Ground Transportation, U.S. Department of Transportation Washington, D.C. Vice Chairman: Charles T. Phillips, Office of High Speed Ground Transportation, U.S. Department of Transportation Washington
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