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Conference Agenda

METRANS

 

 

 

 

I-NUF Detailed Agenda as of 10/18/2019 available here

 

Overview Agenda

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

7:30-8:30 AM   Continental Breakfast and Check In

Vista del Mar

8:30-10:00 AM Opening Plenary Session

Lagunita Pavilion 

Host: Genevieve Giuliano, Director, METRANS

Welcome Speakers:

Henrik Nolmark, Director, Volvo Research and Educational Programs

Neeraj Sood, Vice Dean, Sol Price School of Public Policy, USC

Simon Kim, Associate Vice President, Research and Sponsored Programs, CSULB

John Keisler, Director of Economic and Property Development, City of Long Beach: Caitlin Hughes, Director, Freight Management and Operations, FHWA

Keynote Speaker: Ian Roark, Vice President, Workforce Development, Pima Community College

Keynote Title: Looking Ahead: Workforce Development for Transportation and Logistics in the 4th Industrial Revolution


10:00-10:30 AM   Break

Vista del Mar


10:30 AM - Noon   Concurrent Sessions

Mirador               Track 1-1 So What’s With this Bicycle for Last Mile Deliveries?

Cival                    Track 5-3 Freight Transport Technologies and Logistics

Tikal                    Special Session 1 Maximizing Multimodal Connections for Improved First-/Last-Mile                                               Freight Mobility:  Noteworthy Practices from the U.S. and Abroad

Luna Solstice       Track 4-4 Modeling and Planning Implications of Freight Patterns 


Noon-1:30 PM   Lunch

Lagunita Pavilion

Speaker Introduction:  Ray Familathe, President, Local 13, ILWU

Keynote Speaker: Bernie Kotlier, Executive Director, Labor Management Cooperation Committee and National Co-chair, Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Training Program

Keynote Title:  Electrification of the Last Mile


1:30-3:00 PM   Concurrent Sessions

Mirador           Track 1-2 Understanding the Impacts of Last Mile Services and Behaviors

Cival               Track 3-2 Truck Traffic Analysis

Tikal               Track 2-1 Distribution Network Design Innovations

Luna Solstice   Track 4-5 Freight Modeling Examples Around the World 


3:00-3:30 PM   Break

Vista del Mar


3:30-5:00 PM   Concurrent Sessions

Mirador           Track 1-3 Micro Hubs, Lockers, and Collect Points

Cival               Track 3-3 Container and Vehicle Scheduling

Tikal               Track 2-2 Urban Freight Trucking Efficiency

Luna Solstice   Track 7-1 Global Solutions for Sustainable Urban Freight


5:00-7:00 PM   Reception

Esplanade

 

 

Thursday, October 17, 2019


7:30-8:30 AM   Continental Breakfast and Check In

Vista del Mar


8:30-10:00 AM   Plenary Session

Lagunita Pavilion

The Future of Last Touch Delivery:  Balancing Industry Needs and Community Impacts

Moderator: Kevin Turner, Executive Managing Director, Cushman & Wakefield

Panelists: Dan Floriani, President/Founder, Pacific Industrial

Noel Massie, US Operations Manager, UPS (retired)

Kim Snyder, President, Western Region, Prologis

Michael Maricic, International Sales Executive, FedEx


10:00-10:30 AM   Break

Vista del Mar


10:30 AM - Noon   Concurrent Sessions

Mirador          Track 1-4 Not So Easy Finding a Space for Loading/Unloading in Cities

Cival              Track 3-4 Urban Logistic Models

Tikal              Track 2-3 Improving Seaport and Airport Infrastructure

Luna Solstice  Track 7-2 Shipping in the City


Noon-1:30 PM   Keynote Luncheon

Lagunita Pavilion

Speaker Introduction: Thomas O'Brien, CSULB

Special Speaker:  Jordan Marks, AGL Student, Cabrillo High School, Long Beach Unified School District

Keynote Speaker:  Alison Conway, Associate Professor, Civil Engineering, City College of New York

Keynote Title:  Goods Movement in a Changing Streetscape


1:30-3:00 PM   Concurrent Sessions

Mirador          Track 1-5 Data, Simulation, Optimization Tools for the Last Mile

Cival              Track 4-1 Understanding Stakeholders Operations and Perspectives for Policy and Planning

Tikal              Track 5-1 Traffic Management in a Connected Environment

Luna Solstice  Track 7-3 Implementing Practices for Sustainable Urban Freight


3:00-3:30 PM   Break

Vista del Mar


3:30-5:00 PM   Concurrent Sessions

Mirador           Track 6-1 Planning for the Future of Freight in Urban Regions

Cival               Track 4-2 Freight and Environmental Sustainability

Tikal               Track 5-2 New Modes, New Methods

Luna Solstice   Track 7-4 Strategies to Address Greenhouse Gas Emissions

 

 

Friday, October 18, 2019


7:30-8:30 AM   Continental Breakfast and Check In

Vista del Mar


8:30-10:00 AM   Plenary Session

Lagunita Pavilion

Technology & Policy Panel

Moderator:  Carrie Bowen, California Highway & Roads Leader, HDR

Panelists: 
Edward Alegre, Senior Manager, Highway Program, ITS, LA Metro

Robert Brown, Head of Public and Government Affairs, TuSimple

Marlon Flournoy, Chief, Division of Planning, Caltrans

Vince Mammano, Division Administrator California Division, FHWA


10:00-10:30 AM   Break

Vista del Mar


10:30 AM - Noon   Concurrent Sessions

Mirador           Track 6-2 Home Delivery Activity:  Measuring Demands and Impacts

Cival                Track 4-3 Estimating Urban Freight Demand: Freight and Service Trip Generation

Tikal                Special Session 2 Hyper-local and zero-emission urban deliveries via micro hubs: a solution                                   for the future?

Luna Solstice   Track 3-1 Use of Alternative Fuel Technologies in Logistics


12:30 - 4:30 PM   SITE TOUR


Optional for I-NUF attendees only - limited seating; Tour of Long Beach Container Terminal and special demonstrations at Port of Los Angeles; box lunch provided