Committee Coordination

The purpose of this page is to inform readers about who is the coordinating liaison for other committees.  Since bicycle and pedestrian data can overlap with many committees and subcommittees, it is important to coordinate and keep the lines of communication open with other TRB committees.  Below is a list of the committee liaisons.  

 Name Purpose Liaison
 Health and Transportation Subcommittee (ADD50-01)To identify, advance and publish research and information to expand and improve current understanding and evaluation of the health impacts of federal, state, regional and local transportation policies, procedures and actions. Jeff Frkonja
 Bicycle Committee (ANF-20)This committee is concerned with all aspects of bicycling and bicyclists and criteria for bicycle facilities to assure that the bicycle rider has safe, convenient and efficient travel. Thomas Gotschi
Safety Data, Analysis and Evaluation (ANB20)This committee is focused on advancing research related to safety and/or bicycle and pedestrian crashes.  Nancy Lefler
 Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems (ABJ-20)Focus research and technology transfer activities pertaining to statewide transportation planning data and information systems for all modes of transportation.Nancy Lefler
 Pedestrian Committee (ANF-10)This committee is concerned with research on pedestrians and pedestrian facilities that will provide safe, comfortable, and efficient walking environments along sidewalks, along and across roadways, and connecting to other modes of transportation. Shawn Turner
 Travel Survey Methods Committee (ABJ-40)Current goals of the committee are to enhance the quality and usefulness of transportation surveys done at the local, state, and national levels.  Stacey Bricka
Highway Travel Monitoring Committee (ABJ-35)This committee is concerned with all aspects of research in the fields of highway traffic monitoring, including detection, counting, classification, and in-motion weighing of highway vehicles. Its scope encompasses the full range of monitoring technology, including traffic sensors (both intrusive and non-intrusive), installation materials and techniques, signal processing algorithms, analysis and reporting techniques, and comprehensive monitoring programs. The committee is also concerned with highway monitoring standards to ensure the applicability and quality of traffic data in all its applications.  Liz Stolz and Steven Jessberger