Date published: Jan 19, 2007
Survey consists of responses from 83 transportation professionals (traffic engineers, transportation planners, transit professionals) regarding transportation conferences. Questions/topics include:
- How many transportation conferences, symposia, and/or seminars did you attend during 2006?
- How many working days did your attendance at the conference(s), symposia, and/or seminars take up during 2006?
- What is the general policy of your organization regarding employees attending conferences in terms of how many may be attended per year?
- Which transportation conferences do you consider to be the most valuable to attend? Please provide reasons.
- What aspects of attending a conference do you find professionally most useful?
- What aspects of attending a conference do you find professionally least useful?
- What do you consider to be the ideal length of time allowed for the presentation of a technical paper (excluding questions/discussions)?
- What do you consider to be the ideal length of time allowed for discussion/questions of a technical paper?
- What do you consider to be the essential elements of a good technical presentation on transportation at a conference?
- What do you consider to be the common characteristics of a poor technical presentation on transportation at a conference?
- How useful do you generally find panel discussions compared to technical presentations?
- Have you attended one or more transportation conferences outside the U.S.?
- What would you consider to be useful and interesting topics to cover at upcoming conferences?
- Overall, how do you think the usefulness of conferences could be increased for those attending?
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