CEE Faculty Profile

Randall L. Guensler

Professor

Affinity Group: Transportation Systems Engineering

Office: SEB 222
Phone: 404/894-0405
Email: randall.guensler@ce.gatech.edu

Randall Guensler is a Professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. After working for the California Air Resources Board for seven years, and completing his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering at the University of California at Davis, Dr. Guensler joined Georgia Tech in 1994. During his years with the State of California, Dr. Guensler worked for four years in Compliance Assistance and for three years in the Executive Office, evaluating the design and implementation of transportation control measures by regional air quality management agencies. Since arriving at Georgia Tech, Dr. Guensler's main research focus has been the development of new monitoring and modeling tools to assess the air quality impacts of transportation policies.

Dr. Guensler was the Chairman of the Transportation Research Board committee on Transportation and Air Quality from 1997 to 2002. From 1995 to 2001, Dr. Guensler served on the Environmental Protection Agency's Mobile Source Technical Advisory Subcommittee. Over the past ten years, he has served on various National Academy of Sciences committees and panels charged with the assessment of vehicle emissions impacts and identification of research needs.

Dr. Guensler is the director of Commute Atlanta, a $2.3 million joint value pricing initiative sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration and Georgia Department of Transportation. Commute Atlanta includes the collection and analysis of second-by-second vehicle speed, position, and engine operating data from 470 vehicles in representative Atlanta households. The researchers have monitored more than 1.4 million vehicle trips (more than 350,000 vehicle-miles per month). In 2005, the Commute Atlanta households began participating in road pricing experiments (cent/mile pricing, as well as real-time congestion pricing). Dr. Guensler's research team is assessing consumer response to these pricing mechanisms. A secondary focus of the research is the enhancement of monitoring technologies and services to support future transportation planning, safety, and operations policy initiatives. Development of tools for data management, data analysis, and privacy protection became major research activities. Secondary research has also included analysis of speeding, journey to work route choice, trip chaining, activity-based demand, household tripmaking variability, household and vehicle range of travel, long-distance travel, freeway operations, engine load, start and soak distributions, transit bus operations, etc.

Research Interests

  • Transportation Planning
  • Vehicle Activity Monitoring
  • Air Quality Modeling
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Environmental Policy Analysis

Education

  • Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of California at Davis, 1993.
  • M.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California at Davis, 1989.
  • B.S., Individualized Engineering, University of California at Davis, 1985.

Honors

  1. Pyke Johnson Award for Best Transportation Research Board Paper in Planning and Environment, Yoon, et al., A Methodology for Developing Transit Bus Speed-Acceleration Matrices to be used in Load-Based Mobile Source Emissions Models, National Research Council (2005)
  2. Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Service, National Academy of Sciences (2003)
  3. Testimonial of Appreciation for Distinguished Service, National Research Council (2002)
  4. Outstanding Faculty Leadership for Development of Graduate Research Assistants, School of CEE (2000)
  5. Outstanding Teaching Award, School of CEE (1999)
  6. Outstanding Faculty Leadership for Development of Graduate Research Assistants, School of CEE (1998)
  7. Certificate of Appreciation, Clean Air Act Advisory Committee (1998)
  8. Faculty Development Grant Recipient, Georgia Tech (1997)
  9. C-SPAN in the Classroom Fellow (1996)
  10. Georgia Institute of Technology, Class of 1969 Teaching Fellow (1996)
  11. Eno Foundation Transportation Leadership Fellow (1993)
  12. Chevron Corporation Research Fellow (1992)
  13. Grant Recipient, UC Transportation Center (1992)
  14. Institute of Transportation Studies Fellow (1991)
  15. Air & Waste Management Association Scholar (1990)
  16. Tribute of Appreciation, Rule Effectiveness Study, USEPA Region IX (1990)
  17. Air & Waste Management Association, Third Prize, Student Poster Competition (1990)
  18. University of California, Davis, Graduate Student Travel Grant Recipient (1990)
  19. US Environmental Protection Agency Fellow (1989)
  20. Sustained Superior Accomplishment Award, California Air Resources Board Registered Engineer in Training: CA XE065494 (1988)

Articles

  1. Suh, W., D. Henclewood, A. Greenwood, A. Guin, R. Guensler, M. Hunter (2013). Modeling Pedestrian Crossing Activities in an Urban Environment using Microscopic Traffic Simulation. Simulation: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International; Volume 89, Number 2, pp 213-224. February 2013.
  2. Castrillon, F., A. Guin, R. Guensler, and J. Laval (2012). Comparison of Modeling Approaches for the Imputation of Intelligent Transportation System VDS Data. Transportation Research Record; No. 2308; pp 138-147; National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2012
  3. Khoeini, S., R. Guensler, M.O. Rodgers, and V. Elango (2012). “Sensitivity of Commuters’ Demographic Characteristics to License Plate Data Collection Specifications: A Case Study of the I-85 HOV-to-HOT Project in Atlanta, GA. Transportation Research Record; No. 2308; pp 37-46; National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC.
  4. Jun, J., J. Ogle, and R. Guensler (2012). “A Pilot Study to Compare the Driving Habits of Crash-Involved Versus Non-Crash Involved Older Drivers from GPS-Instrumented Vehicles.” ITE Journal; pp 42-47; July 2012.
  5. Seshasayee, B., M. Hunter, R. Fujimoto, R. Guensler, K. Schwan, H.K. Kim, J. Sirichoke, and W. Suh (2011). On the Resilience of Ad Hoc Distributed Simulation of Surface Transportation Systems with Unreliable Communications. Journal of Algorithms and Computation Technology, Special Issue on Dynamic Data-Driven Application Systems; Volume 5, Number 4, pp 531-544, December 2011.
  6. Pearre, N. , W. Kempton, R. Guensler, and V. Elango (2011). “Electric Vehicles: How Much Range is Required for a Day’s Driving?” Transportation Research C; Volume 19; Issue 6; pp1171-1184; December 2011.
  7. Jun, J., J. Ogle, and R. Guensler (2011). “An Enhanced Method to Compare the Driving Habits of Crash-Involved versus Non-Crash-Involved Older Drivers.” Transportation Research C; Volume 19, Issue 4; pp 569-578. August 2011.
  8. Rome, C., V. Elango, and R. Guensler (2011). “School Bus Engine Idle Emissions Reductions.” Proceedings of the 2011 TRB Transportation Planning, Land Use, and Air Quality Conference. San Antonio, TX. May, 2011.
  9. Wood, N., and R. Guensler (2011). “Assessing the Marginal Cost of Freeway Congestion for Vehicle Fleets Using Passive GPS Data.” 13th TRB Transportation Planning Applications Conference. Reno, NV. May, 2011.
  10. Elango, V., and R. Guensler (2011). “Onroad Vehicle Activity GPS Data and Privacy.” 13th TRB Transportation Planning Applications Conference. Reno, NV. May, 2011.
  11. Ko, J., Guensler, R., and Hunter, M. (2010). “Analysis of Effects of Driver/Vehicle Characteristics on Acceleration Noise Using GPS-Equipped Vehicles.” Transportation Research Part F; Volume 13, Issue 1; pp 21-31. January 2010.
  12. Jeon, C.M., A. Amekudzi, R. Guensler (2010). “Evaluating Plan Alternatives for Transportation System Sustainability: Atlanta Metropolitan Region.” International Journal of Sustainable Transportation; Volume 4, Number 4; pp. 227-247. July 2010.
  13. Barringer, J., C. Ross, R. Guensler, and L. Zuyeva (2009); “Congestion Pricing and Associated Equity Concerns in the Metropolitan Atlanta Region.” Proceedings of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Meeting. Crystal City, VA. October 2009.
  14. Kall, D., and R. Guensler (2009); Effect of High Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lanes on Mass Vehicle Emissions: An Application to I-85 in Atlanta; Presented at Southern District Institute of Transportation Engineers (SDITE) 2009 Annual Meeting; Birmingham, Alabama. April 2009.
  15. Kall, D., R. Guensler, M.O. Rodgers, and V.S. Pandey (2009). “Effect of High Occupancy Toll Lanes on Mass Vehicle Emissions: Application to I-85 in Atlanta, Georgia.” Transportation Research Record; No. 2123; pp 88-96; National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2009.
  16. Jun, J., and R. Guensler (2009). “Freeway Speed Stability Patterns Based on Instrumented Vehicle Data.” ITE Journal on the Web. http://www.ite.org/itejournal/webarticles.asp. June 2009.
  17. Ko, J., R. Guensler, and M. Hunter (2009). “Exploring the Relationship between Roadway Characteristics and Speed Variation.” Transportation Research Record; No. 2092; pp 1-10; National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2009.
  18. Ko, J., M. Hunter and R. Guensler (2008). “Measuring Control Delay Components Using Second-by-Second GPS Speed Data.” ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering; Vol. 134, No. 8; pp 338-346. August 2008.
  19. Vu, Patrick, and R. Guensler (2008). “Gantry-Controlled Access: A Combined Tolling and Enforcement System .” 2008 Freeway and Tollway Operations Conference; Fort Lauderdale, FL. June 2008.
  20. Guensler, R, J. Jun, and J. Ogle (2008). “GPS Data and Vehicle Insurance: Analytical Efforts Associated with the Commute Atlanta Program.” 2008 Casualty Actuarial Society Ratemaking Seminar; Boston, MA. March 2008.
  21. Guin, A., R. Guensler, and M. Hunter (2008). “Analysis of Reduction in Effective Capacities on High-Occupancy-Vehicle Lanes Related to Traffic Behavior.” Transportation Research Record; No. 2065; pp 47-53; National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2008.
  22. Nelson, J.I., R. Guensler, and H. Li (2008). “A Geographic and Demographic Profile of Morning Rush Hour Commuters in Metropolitan Atlanta.” Transportation Research Record; No. 2067, pp 26-37; National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2008.
  23. Guensler, R., H. Li, L. Zuyeva, K. Zuehlke, J. Indech-Nelson, Y. Xu, D. Kall, and V. Pandey (2007). “Reducing Congestion and Improving Air Quality through Value Pricing.” Metropolis Mobility Week: Financing Urban Mobility Seoul, Korea. June 2007.
  24. Fujimoto, R.M., R. Guensler, M. Hunter, K. Schwan, H.K. Kim, B. Seshasayee, J. Sirichoke, and W. Suh (2007); "Ad Hoc Distributed Simulation of Surface Transportation Systems.” International Conference on Conceptual Structures, 7th International Conference on Computational Science; Beijing, China; Proceedings, Part I, v 4487 LNCS; pp. 1050-1057. May 2007.
  25. Guensler, R. and J. Ogle (2007). “Atlanta's Vehicle Instrumentation and Activity Monitoring Programs: 2007 Status Report.” 17th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. March 2007.
  26. Jun, J., J. Ogle, and R. Guensler (2007). “Relationships between Crash Involvement and Temporal-Spatial Driving Behavior Activity Patterns: Use of Data for Vehicles with Global Positioning Systems.” Transportation Research Record; No. 2019; pp. 246-255. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2007.
  27. Elango, V., R. Guensler, and J. Ogle (2007). “Day-To-Day Travel Variability in the Commute Atlanta Study.” Transportation Research Record; No. 2014; pp. 39-49. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2007.
  28. Zuehlke, K. and R. Guensler (2007). “Employer Perceptions and Implementation of Commute Alternatives Strategies.” Journal of Public Transportation; Volume 10, No. 4; pp. 171-194. 2007.
  29. Nelson, J.I., H. Li and R. Guensler (2007). “A Comparison of Geocoding Methodologies for Transportation Planning Applications.” 11th TRB National Transportation Planning Applications Conference; Daytona Beach, FL. May 2007.
  30. Fujimoto, R., R. Guensler, M. Hunter, H.K. Kim, J. Lee, J. Leonard, M. Palekar, K. Schwans, and B. Seshasayee (2006); "Dynamic Data Driven Application Simulation of Surface Transportation Systems.” International Conference on Conceptual Structures, 6th International Conference on Computational Science; University of Reading, UK; Proceedings Part III (Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol. 3993), p 425-32. May 2006.
  31. Yoon, S., H. Li, V.V. Elango, R. Guensler, and M.O. Rodgers (2006). “Impact of Road Grade on Moves Light-Duty Vehicle-Specific Power Distributions.” 16th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 2006.
  32. Yoon, S., H. Li, V.V. Elango, R. Guensler, M.O. Rodgers (2006). “Atlanta Commute Vehicle Soak/Start Time Distributions and Engine Starts Per Day: Impact on Mobile6.2 Emission Rates.” 16th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 2006.
  33. Yoon, S., C. Feng, V.V. Elango, R. Guensler, M.O. Rodgers (2006). “A Sensitivity Analysis of the Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicle Modal Emission Model.” 16th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 2006.
  34. Guensler, R. and J. Ogle (2006). “Atlanta's Vehicle Instrumentation and Activity Monitoring Programs: 2006 Status Report (and Road Pricing Update).” 16th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 2006.
  35. Ko, J., R. Guensler, and M. Hunter (2006). “Variability in Traffic Flow Quality Experienced by Drivers: Evidence from Instrumented Vehicles.” Transportation Research Record; No. 1988; pp. 1-9. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2006.
  36. Jun, J., R. Guensler, and J. Ogle (2006). “Smoothing Methods Designed to Minimize the Impact of GPS Random Error on Travel Distance, Speed, and Acceleration Profile Estimates.” Transportation Research Record; No. 1972; pp. 141-150. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2006.
  37. Fujimoto, R., H. Wu, R. Guensler, M. Hunter (2005). “Evaluating Vehicular Networks: Analysis, Simulation, and Field Experiments”. Munich Computing Conference. Munich, Germany. September 2005.
  38. Wu H., M. Palekar, R. M. Fujimoto, J. Lee, J. Ko, R. Guensler, M. Hunter (2005), Vehicular Networks in Urban Transportation Systems, Proceedings of the National Conference on Digital Government Research in Atlanta, GA. pp 9-10. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. May 2005.
  39. Huang, W., R. Guensler, and M. Hunter (2005). “Reservation-Based ITS Systems: Real-Time Variable Congestion Pricing on the Proposed 2010 I-75 HOV/BRT Facility”. 12th International HOV Systems Conference: Improving Mobility and Accessibility with Managed Lanes, Pricing, and Bus Rapid Transit. Houston, TX. Transportation Research Board Specialty Conference; National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. April 18, 2005.
  40. Wu, H., M. Palekar, R. Fujimoto, J. Lee, J. Ko, R. Guensler, and M. Hunter (2005). “Vehicular Networks in Urban Transportation Systems,” National Conference on Digital Government Research. Seattle, WA. April 2005.
  41. Guensler, R. and J. Ogle (2005). “Atlanta's Vehicle Instrumentation and Activity Monitoring Programs (1,000,000 Trips and Counting): 2005 Status Report.” 15th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 2005.
  42. Yoon, S., H. Li, J. Jun, J. Ogle, R. Guensler, and M. Rodgers (2005). “Methodology for Developing Transit Bus Speed-Acceleration Matrices for Load-Based Mobile Source Emissions Models.” Transportation Research Record; 1941; pp. 26-33. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2005.
  43. DeHart-Davis, L, and R. Guensler (2005). “Employers as Mediating Institutions for Public Policy: The Case of Commute Options Programs.” Policy Studies Journal, Volume 33, Number 4; 2005; pp. 675-697. 2005.
  44. Ogle, J., Guensler, R., and V. Elango (2005). “Commute Atlanta Value Pricing Program: Recruitment Methods and Travel Diary Response Rates.” Transportation Research Record; No. 1931; pp. 28-37. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2005.
  45. Li, H., R. Guensler, and J. Ogle (2005). “An Analysis of Morning Commute Route Choice Patterns Using GPS Based Vehicle Activity Data.” Transportation Research Record; 1926; pp. 162-170. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2005.
  46. Wu, H, J. Lee, M. Hunter, R. Fujimoto, R. Guensler, and J. Ko (2005). “Efficiency of Simulated Vehicle-to-Vehicle Message Propagation in Atlanta, Georgia, I-75 Corridor.” Transportation Research Record; No. 1910; pp. 82-89. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2005.
  47. Lederer, P. R., L. F. Cohn, R. Guensler, and R. A. Harris (2005). “Effect of On-Ramp Geometric and Operational Factors on Vehicle Activity.” ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering. Vol. 131, No. 1. January 2005.
  48. Fitzgibbons, B., R. M. Fujimoto, R. Guensler, M. Hunter, A. Park, H. Wu (2004). “Distributed Simulation Testbed for Intelligent Transportation System Design and Analysis,” Proceedings of the National Conference on Digital Government Research held in Seattle, WA, pp. 308-309. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. May 2004.
  49. Li, H., R. Guensler, J. Ogle, and J. Wang (2004). “Using Global Positioning System Data to Understand Day-to-Day Dynamics of Morning Commute Behavior.” Transportation Research Record; No. 1895; pp. 78-84. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2004.
  50. Guensler, R., K. Dixon, V. Elango, and S. Yoon (2004). “MOBILE-Matrix: Georgia Statewide MTPT Application for Rural Areas.” Transportation Research Record; No. 1880; pp. 83-89. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2004.
  51. Yoon, S., M. Rodgers, J. Pearson and R. Guensler (2004). “Engine and Vehicle Characteristics of Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicles in the Development of Emissions Inventories: Model Year, Engine Horsepower and Vehicle Weight.” Transportation Research Record; No. 1880; pp. 99-107. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2004.
  52. Guensler, R., A. Amekudzi, J. Williams, S. Mergelsberg, and J. Ogle (2003). “Current State Regulatory Support for Pay-as-You-Drive Automobile Insurance Options.” Journal of Insurance Regulation; Vol. 21, No. 3; Spring; pp. 31. 2003.
  53. Ogle, J., R. Guensler, W. Bachman, M. Koutsak, and J. Wolf (2002). “Accuracy of GPS for Determining Driver Performance Parameters.” Transportation Research Record; No. 1818; pp. 12-24. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2002.
  54. Hallmark, S., R. Guensler, and I. Fomunung (2002). “Characterizing Onroad Variables that Affect Vehicle Modal Operation.” Transportation Research D; Volume 7, No. 2; pp. 81-98. 2002.
  55. Wolf, J., R. Guensler, and W. Bachman (2001). “Elimination of the Travel Diary: Experiment to Derive Trip Purpose from GPS Travel Data.” Transportation Research Record; No. 1768; pp. 125-134. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2001.
  56. Fomunung, I., S. Washington, R. Guensler, and W. Bachman (2000). “Validation of the “MEASURE” Automobile Emissions Model, - A Statistical Analysis.” Journal of Transportation Statistics; Volume 3, No. 2; pp. 65-84. 2000.
  57. Bachman, W., W. Sarasua, S. Hallmark, and R. Guensler (2000). “Modeling Regional Mobile Source Emissions in a GIS Framework.” Transportation Research C; Volume 8, Issue 1-6, pp. 205-229. 2000.
  58. Hallmark, S., W. Bachman, and R. Guensler (2000). “Assessing the Impacts of Improved Signal Timing as a Transportation Control Measure Using an Activity-Specific Modeling Approach.” Transportation Research Record; No. 1738; pp. 49-55. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 2000.
  59. Grant, C., B. Gillis, and R. Guensler (1999). “Collection of Vehicle Activity Data by Video Detection for use in Transportation Planning.” ITS Journal; Volume 5, Number 4. 1999.
  60. Wolf, J., S. Hallmark, M. Oliveira, R. Guensler, and W. Sarasua (1999). “Accuracy Issues with Personal Travel Route Data Using GPS/GIS”. Transportation Research Record; No. 1660; pp. 66-74. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. 1999.
  61. Hallmark, S. and R. Guensler (1999). “Comparison of Speed-Acceleration Profiles from Field Data with NETSIM Output for Modal Air Quality Analysis of Signalized Intersections.” Transportation Research Record; No. 1664; pp. 40-46. 1999.
  62. Fomunung, I., S. Washington, and R. Guensler (1999). “A Statistical Model for Estimating Oxides of Nitrogen Emissions from Light-Duty Motor Vehicles.” Transportation Research D, Volume 4D, No. 5; pp. 333-352. September 1999.
  63. Guensler, R., J. Leonard, and J. Dunning Jr. (1999). “TransNet: The Transportation Research Internet Cooperative”. IEEE Transactions on Education; Volume 42, No. 4; p. 358. 1999 Rapid Publication Supplement. November 1999.
  64. Bachman, W., J. Granell, R. Guensler, and J. Leonard (1998). “Research Needs In Determining Spatially Resolved Subfleet Characteristics.” Transportation Research Record; Number 1625; pp. 139-146; Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. 1998.
  65. Ross, C., P. Stevens, and R. Guensler (1998). “Spatial and Statistical Analysis of Commercial Vehicle Activity in Metropolitan Atlanta.” Transportation Research Record; Number 1625; pp. 165-172; Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. 1998.
  66. Wolf, J., R. Guensler and S. Washington (1998). “High Emitting Vehicle Characterization Using Regression Tree Analysis.” Transportation Research Record; Number 1641; pp. 58-65; Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. 1998.
  67. Karim, M., H. Matsui, and R. Guensler (1998). “A Mathematical Model of Wind Flow, Vehicle Wake, and Pollutant Concentration in Urban Road Microenvironments: Part II - Model Results.” Transportation Research Part D, Volume 3, Number 3; pp. 171-179. June 1998.
  68. Awuah-Baffour, R., W. Sarasua, K. K. Dixon, W. Bachman, and R. Guensler (1997). “Global Positioning System with an Attitude: Method for Collecting Roadway Grade and Superelevation Data.” Transportation Research Record; Number 1592; pp. 144-150; Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. 1997.
  69. Washington, S., J. Wolf and R. Guensler (1997). “A Binary Recursive Partitioning Method for Modeling Hot-Stabilized Emissions from Motor Vehicles.” Transportation Research Record; Number 1587; pp. 96-105; Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. 1997.
  70. Guensler, R., and D. Bernstein (1996). “Transportation Resources on the Internet’; ITE Journal; Institute of Transportation Engineers; Washington, DC. pp. 42-48. March 1996.
  71. Bachman, W., W. Sarasua, and R. Guensler (1996). “GIS Framework for Mobile Source Emissions Modeling.” Transportation Research Record; Number 1551; pp. 123-132; Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. 1996.
  72. LeBlanc, D., F. M. Saunders, M. D. Meyer, and R. Guensler (1995). “Driving Pattern Variability and Potential Impacts on Vehicle CO Emissions”, Transportation Research Record; Number 1472; pp. 45-52; Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. 1995.
  73. Washington, S., and R. Guensler (1995). “Statistical Assessment of Vehicular Carbon Monoxide Emission Prediction Algorithms.” Transportation Research Record; Number 1472; pp. 61-68; Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. 1995.
  74. Nelson, C., S. Siwek, R. Guensler, and K. Michelson (1991). “Managing Trucks for Air Quality: Current Work in Progress.” Transportation Research Record; Number 1312; pp. 50-58; Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. 1991.
  75. Guensler, R. (1990). “Proposed Mobile Source Offset Provisions May Negatively Impact Air Quality.” Environs; Volume 4, Number 1; King Hall, School of Law, University of California at Davis; Davis, CA. May 1990.

Books

  1. Seshasayee, B., H. Wu, Y. Huang, H. K. Kim, W. Suh, M. Hunter, R. Fujimoto, R. Guensler and K. Schwan (submitted). Dynamic Data Driven Transportation Systems. Dynamic Data Driven Application Systems, Springer-Verlag.
  2. Bachman, W., W. Sarasua, S. Hallmark, and R. Guensler (2000). “Modeling Regional Mobile Source Emissions in a Geographic Information System Framework.” In: Geographic Information Systems in Transportation Research; Elsevier Science; New York, NY. 2000.
  3. Guensler, R. (2000). “Motor Vehicle Emissions Control.” In: Macmillan Encyclopedia of Energy. 2000.
  4. Guensler, R. (2000). “Traffic Flow Improvement.” In: Macmillan Encyclopedia of Energy. 2000.
  5. Fomunung, I., S. Washington, and R. Guensler (1999). “Comparison of MEASURE, and MOBILE5a Predictions with Laboratory Measurements of Vehicle Emission Factors.” In: Transportation Planning and Air Quality IV; Arun Chatterjee, Ed.; American Society of Civil Engineers; New York, NY. 1999.
  6. Guensler, R. (1998). “Increasing Vehicle Occupancy in the United States.” In: L'Avenir Des Deplacements en Ville (The Future of Urban Travel); Odile Andan, et al., Eds.; Laboratoire d'Economie des Transports; Lyon, France; Tome 2; pp.127- 155. 1998.
  7. Guensler, R., W. Bachman and S. Washington (1998). “An Overview of the MEASURE GIS-Based Modal Emissions Model.” In: Transportation Planning and Air Quality III; Tom Wholley, Ed.; American Society of Civil Engineers; New York, NY; pp. 51-70. 1998.
  8. Guensler, R., and D. Sperling (1994). “Congestion Pricing and Motor Vehicle Emissions: An Initial Review.” In: Curbing Gridlock: Peak Period Fees to Relieve Traffic Congestion, Volume 2; pp. 356-379; National Academy Press; Washington, DC. 1994.
  9. Guensler, R. (1993). “Data Needs for Evolving Motor Vehicle Emission Modeling Approaches.” In: Transportation Planning and Air Quality II; Paul Benson, Ed.; American Society of Civil Engineers; New York, NY. 1993.
  10. Washington, S., R. Guensler, and D. Sperling (1993). “Emission Impacts of Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems.” In: Transportation Planning and Air Quality II; Paul Benson, Ed.; American Society of Civil Engineers; New York, NY. 1993.

Proceedings

  1. Guensler, R., A. Frackelton, A. Grossman, E. Palinginis, R. Sadana, F. Castrillon, V. Elango, K. Watkins (2013); “Building a Sidewalk Inventory and Prioritization System.” Southeast University Transportation Center Conference, Orlando, FL. April 2013.
  2. Frackelton, A., A. Grossman, E. Palinginis, F. Castrillon, V. Elango, R. Guensler (2013); “Measuring Walkability: Development of an Automated Sidewalk Quality Assessment Tool.” Proceedings of From the Outside In: Sustainable Futures for Global Cities and Suburbs; A Specialty Conference Sponsored by the National Center for Suburban Studies, Hofstra University; Hempstead, NY. March 2013.
  3. Khoeini, S., M.O. Rodgers, and R. Guensler. Analysis of Fleet Composition and Vehicle Value for the Atlanta I-85 HOT Lane (13-4434). 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2013.
  4. Xu, A., V. Elango, and R. Guensler. Idle Monitoring, Real-time Intervention, and Emissions Reductions from Cobb County School Buses. 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2013.
  5. Smith Katie S.; V. Elango; and R. Guensler (accepted, conference postponed). HOV/HOT Lane Vehicle Characteristics: A Case Study on Atlanta’s I-85 HOV-TO-HOT Corridor. Civil Engineering Applications in Public Transportation. Paris, France. November 2012.
  6. Rome, C., V. Elango, R. Guensler (2012). Emissions and Idling of the Cobb County School District Bus Fleet. 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2012.
  7. D’Ambrosio, K., K. Smith, F Castrillon, S. Box, C. Rome, A. Sheik, T. Vo., L. Peesapati, A. Guin, V. Elango, M. Hunter, and R. Guensler (2012). Methodology for Collecting Vehicle Occupancy Data on Multi-Lane Interstate Highways (12-2503). 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2012.
  8. Box, S., T. Vo, W. Suh, R. Guensler, A. Guin, M. Hunter, and M.O. Rodgers (2012). Assessment of Multi-Antenna array Performance for Detecting Bluetooth Enabled Devices in a Traffic Stream. 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2012.
  9. Toth, C., R. Guensler, A. Guin, and M. Hunter (2012). Changes in Legal and Illegal Weaving Activity after the Restriping of I-85 HOV lanes in Atlanta. 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2012.
  10. Vedala, S., S. Khoeini, V. Elango, and R. Guensler (2011). “Demographic Analysis of HOV and General Purpose Lane Use along the I-85 Corridor in Metro Atlanta.” Proceedings of the TRB 2011 Using Census Data for Transportation Conference. Irvine, CA. October, 2011.
  11. Khoeini, S.; S. Vedala, V. Elango, and R. Guensler (2011). “Using 2007 License Plate Study Data to Evaluate Census Sensitivity Between 2000 and 2010.” Proceedings of the 2011 TRB Using Census Data for Transportation Conference. Irvine, CA. October, 2011.
  12. D’Ambrosio, K., K. Smith, V. Elango, and R. Guensler (2011). “Assessment of Visual Vehicle Occupancy Data Collection Methods.” Proceedings of the 2011 TRB Transportation Planning, Land Use, and Air Quality Conference. San Antonio, TX. May, 2011.
  13. Xu, Yanzhi, and R. Guensler (2011). Effective GPS-Based Panel Survey Sample Size Analysis for Before-and -after Studies using Generalized Estimating Equation Methods. 90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2011.
  14. Henclewood, D., A. Guin, R. Guensler, R. Fujimoto and M. Hunter (2010). Real-Time Data Driven Arterial Simulation for Performance Measure Estimation. Proceeding of the Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), B. Johansson, S. Jain, J. Montoya-Torres, J. Hugan, and E. Yücesan, eds., Baltimore, MD. December 2010.
  15. Elango, V., and R. Guensler (2010). "An Automated Activity Identification Method for Passively Collected GPS Data." 3rd TRB Conference on Innovations in Travel Modeling; Tempe, Arizona. May 10-12, 2010.
  16. Nelson, J.I., L. Zuyeva, N. Wood, and R Guensler (2010). “A Socio-Demographic Analysis of Northeast Atlanta I-85 Peak Period Commuters Likely to be Affected by Implementation of Value Pricing Along the Corridor.” 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2010.
  17. Ross, C., J. Barringer, R. Guensler, J.L. Harbour Doyle, L. Zuyeva, E. Barrella (2009). “Metropolitan Atlanta Congestion Pricing Study (09-3780).” 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2009.
  18. Xu, Y., L. Zuyeva, D. Kall, V. Elango, and R. Guensler (2009). “Mileage Based Value Pricing: Phase II Case Study Implications of the Commute Atlanta Project (09-3458).” 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2009.
  19. Barringer, J., C.L. Ross, R. Guensler, J.L. Harbour Doyle, L. Zuyeva, E. Barrella (2008). “Perceptions of Congestion Pricing in the Metropolitan Atlanta Region.” ACSP-AESOP Joint Congress, Chicago, IL, July 2008.
  20. Jeon, C.M., A. Amekudzi, R. Guensler (2008). “Sustainability Assessment at the Transportation Planning Level: Performance Measures and Indexes (08-1325).” 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2008.
  21. Rountree, R.C., Miller, J., P. Vu, and R. Guensler (2008). “Georgia’s Approach to Congestion with the Four T’s: Tolling, Transit, Telework, and Technology (08-3066).” 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2008.
  22. Vu, P., L. Zuyeva, R. Guensler, and J. Miller (2008). “Enforcement Strategies for High-Occupancy Toll Lanes (08-3025).” 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2008.
  23. Miller, J.M., P. Vu, T. Slack, R. Rountree, and R. Guensler (2008). “Commuter Credits: Proposed Program to Support Public policy Goals of HOT Lanes (08-2832).” 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2008.
  24. Elango, V., P. Blaiklock, and R. Guensler (2008). “Visualization of Freight Movement with the GT Freight Data Collector and Real-time Cargo Tracking (08-0628).” 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2008.
  25. Boonsiripant, S., M. Hunter, R. Guensler, M. Rodgers, and S. Wu (2007). “Speed Characteristics and Safety on Low Speed Urban Midblock Sections Based on GPS-Equipped Vehicle Data.” 14th International Conference on Road Safety on Four Continents, Bangkok, Thailand. November 14-16, 2007.
  26. Feng, C., R. Guensler, and M. Rodgers (2007). “The Influence of Data Quality Assurance on Idle Emission Rate Estimates for Transit Buses.” Air and Waste Management Association, 100th Annual Meeting Proceedings (CD-ROM); Pittsburgh, PA. June 2007.
  27. Lanigan, J., J. Zumerchik, J.P. Rodrigue, R. Guensler, and M.O. Rodgers (2007). Shared Intermodal Terminals and Potential for Improving Efficiency of Rail-Rail Interchange.” 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2007.
  28. Zuehlke, K. and R. Guensler (2007). “Employer Perception of Employer-Based Trip Reduction Program Implementation.” 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2007.
  29. Jun, J., J. Ogle, R. Guensler, J. Brooks, and J. Oswalt (2007). “Assessing Mileage Exposure and Speed Behavior Among Older Drivers Based on Crash Involvement Status.” 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2007.
  30. Li, H., R. Guensler, J. Ogle, J. Jun, and V. Elango (2007). “Descriptive Analysis of Long-Distance Travel by Personal Vehicles Using 2004 Commute Atlanta Data.” 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2007.
  31. Jeon, C.M., A. Amekudzi, R. Guensler (2007). “Evaluating Transportation System Sustainability: Atlanta Metropolitan Region.” 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2007.
  32. Ko, J., Hunter, M., and Guensler, R. (2007). “Measuring Control Delay Using Second-by-Second GPS Speed Data.” 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2007.
  33. Jun, J., S. Yoon, and R. Guensler (2006); “Impacts of Acceleration Calculation Methods on Onroad Vehicle Engine Power Estimation.” Air and Waste Management Association, 99th Annual Meeting Proceedings (CD-ROM); Pittsburgh, PA. June 2006.
  34. Ko, J., R. Guensler, M. Hunter, and H. Li (2006). “Instrumented Vehicle Measured Speed Variation and Freeway Traffic Congestion.” Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technology in Transportation, held in Chicago, IL. American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY. August, 2006.
  35. Lee, J., R. Guensler, and J. Jun (2006). Potential Use of Operating Mode Durations and Dynamic Ratios in Analyzing Driver Behavior Using Instrumented Vehicle Data.” Published in CD-ROM of the Proceedings of the 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January, 2006.
  36. Yoon, S., J. Pearson, R. Guensler, and M.O. Rodgers (2006). “A New Heavy-Duty Vehicle Visual Classification: Impact upon Regional Mobile Source Emissions Inventories.” Published in CD-ROM of the Proceedings of the 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January, 2006.
  37. Li H., R. Guensler and J. Ogle (2006). “Impact of Objective Route Attributes on the Choice of Primary Morning Commute Route.” Published in the CD-ROM Proceedings of the 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January, 2006.
  38. S. Schönfelder, H. Li, R. Guensler, J. Ogle, K.W. Axhausen (2006). “Analysis of Commute Atlanta Instrumented Vehicle GPS Data: Destination Choice Behavior and Activity Spaces.” Published in the CD-ROM Proceedings of the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January, 2006.
  39. Wu, H., R. Fujimoto, R. Guensler, M. Hunter (2005). “Multihop Networks: An Architecture Study of Infrastructure-Based Vehicular Networks.” Proceedings of the Eighth ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems (MSWiM) held in Montreal, Canada. pp 36-39. American Society of Computing, New York, NY. October 2005.
  40. Wu, H., R. Fujimoto, R. Guensler, M. Hunter (2005). “An Empirical Study of Short Range Communications for Vehicles”. VANET, Proceedings of the Second ACM Workshop on Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks held in Köln, Germany. pp. 83-84. Association of Computing Machinery, New York, NY. September 2005.
  41. Lee, J., M. Hunter, J. Ko, R. Guensler, and H.K. Kim, (2005), “Large-Scale Microscopic Simulation Model Development Utilizing Macroscopic Travel Demand Model Data”, Proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 02-04, 2005.
  42. Feng, C., S. Yoon, and R. Guensler (2005); Data Needs for a Proposed Modal Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicle Emission Model; Air and Waste Management Association, 98th Annual Meeting Proceedings (CD-ROM); Pittsburgh, PA. June 2005.
  43. Yoon, S., R. Guensler, and C. Feng (2005); Transit Bus Load-Based Emissions Simulations: Developing Speed-Acceleration-Road Grade-Weight Matrices Integrated with Traffic Conditions; Air and Waste Management Association, 98th Annual Meeting Proceedings (CD-ROM); Pittsburgh, PA. June 2005.
  44. Feng, C., L. DeHart-Davis, and R. Guensler (2005); Survey Design and Preliminary Results for Atlanta Employer Commute Options Survey; Air and Waste Management Association, 98th Annual Meeting Proceedings (CD-ROM); Pittsburgh, PA. June 2005.
  45. Ko, J. and R. Guensler (2005); Characterization of Congestion Based on Speed Distribution: A Statistical Approach Using Gaussian Mixture Model; Published in the CD-ROM Proceedings of the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 2005.
  46. Li, H., R. Guensler, and J. Ogle (2005). Comparing Women’s and Men’s Morning Commute Trip Chaining in Atlanta, Georgia; Research on Women’s Issues in Transportation, Conference Proceedings 35; Volume 2: Technical Papers. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies; Washington, DC.
  47. Wu, H., R. Fujimoto, R. Guensler, and M. Hunter (2004). MDDV: A Mobility-Centric Data Dissemination Algorithm for Vehicular Networks. VANET, Proceedings of the First ACM Workshop on Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks in Philadelphia, PA. pp 47-56. Association of Computing Machinery, New York, NY. October 2004.
  48. Yoon, S. P. Zhang, J. Pearson, R. Guensler, and M. Rodgers (2004); A Heavy-Duty Vehicle Visual Classification Scheme: Heavy-Duty Vehicle Reclassification Method for Mobile Source Emissions Inventory Development; Air and Waste Management Association, 97th Annual Meeting Proceedings (CD-ROM); Pittsburgh, PA. June 2004.
  49. Fitzgibbons, B., R. M. Fujimoto, R. Guensler, M. Hunter, A. Park, H. Wu (2004). “Distributed Simulation Testbed for Intelligent Transportation System Design and Analysis,” Proceedings of the National Conference on Digital Government Research held in Seattle, WA, pp. 308-309. National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. May 2004.
  50. Guensler, R., K. Dixon, V. Elango, and S. Yoon (2004); MOBILE-Matrix: Georgia’s Statewide Rural Application; Little Data - Big Needs: Tools for Air Quality Planning in Small, Medium, and Rural Communities; Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting Specialty Conference; National Academy of Sciences; Washington, DC. January 2004.
  51. Ko, J. and R. Guensler (2004); “Application of the GARCH Model for Depicting Driver Acceleration Behavior on Freeways.” Published in the CD-ROM Proceedings of the 81st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 2004.
  52. Black, K.N., F. Divita, Jr., R. Margiotta, R. Guensler (2004); “Correlating Particulate Matter Mobile Source Emissions to Ambient Air Quality.” Proceedings of the 2004 EPA/AWMA Emissions Inventory Conference; A Specialty Conference Sponsored by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Air and Waste Management Association; Research Triangle Park, NC 2004.
  53. Guensler, R. (2003). Pay-as-you-drive Automobile Insurance: Regulatory/Technical Issues, and Ongoing Research Efforts.” 2003 Casualty Actuarial Society Spring Meeting; Marco Island, FL. May 2003.
  54. Guensler, R. and J. Ogle (2003). “Atlanta's Vehicle Instrumentation and Activity Monitoring Programs: 2003 Status Report.” 13th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 2003.
  55. Guensler, R., B. Williams, and J. Ogle (2002). “The Role of Instrumented Vehicle Data in Transportation Decision Making.” Fourth International Conference on Decision Making in Urban and Civil Engineering. London, England. November 2002.
  56. Granell, J., R. Guensler, and W. H. Bachman (2002). “VIN Decoder Software Limitations for Fleet Characterization in Emissions Modeling.” Air and Waste Management Association, 95th Annual Meeting Proceedings (CD-ROM); Pittsburgh, PA. June 2002
  57. Guensler, R. and J. Ogle (2002). “Atlanta's Vehicle Instrumentation and Activity Monitoring Programs: 2002 Update.” 12th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 2002.
  58. Granell, J., R. Guensler, and W. H. Bachman (2002). “Using Locality-Specific Fleet Distributions in Emissions Inventories: Current Practice, Problems and Alternatives.” Published in the CD-ROM Proceedings of the 79th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 2002.
  59. Guensler, R., J. Ogle, and S. Washington (2001). “The Atlanta Instrumented Vehicle Intensive.” Proceedings of the 11th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. March 2001.
  60. Guensler, R., K. Dixon, M. Thornton, S. Hallmark, and W. Bachman (2000). “Applications of Modal Emission Rate Models in Transportation Infrastructure Decision Making.” Second International Conference on Decision Making in Urban and Civil Engineering. Lyon, France. November 2000.
  61. Guensler, R., M. Rodgers, J. Leonard II, and W. Bachman (2000). “A Large Scale Gridded Application of the CALINE4 Dispersion Model.” In: Transportation Planning and Air Quality IV; Arun Chatterjee, Ed.; American Society of Civil Engineers; New York, NY.
  62. Bachman, W., R. Guensler, and M. O. Rodgers (2000). “MEASURE: Mobile Emissions Assessment System for Urban and Regional Evaluation.” Proceedings of the 10th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 2000.
  63. Hallmark, S. and R. Guensler (2000). “Forecasting Dynamic Passenger Car Activity at Signalized Intersections for Enhanced Mobile Source Emission Modeling.” Air and Waste Management Association, 93rd Annual Meeting Proceedings (CD-ROM); Pittsburgh, PA. June 2000.
  64. Thornton, M., and R. Guensler (2000). “Vehicle Modal Activity on Freeway Loop On-Ramps: Inputs to the Development of a Ramp Drive Cycle to Determine the Vehicle Emissions Impacts of Ramp Metering.” Published in the CD-ROM Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 2000.
  65. Fomunung, I., S. Washington, and R. Guensler, and W. Bachman (2000). “Performance Evaluation of MEASURE Emission Factors - Comparison with MOBILE.” Published in the CD-ROM Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 2000.
  66. Wolf, J., R. Guensler, S. Washington, and L. Frank (1999). “The Use of Electronic Travel Diaries and Vehicle Instrumentation Packages in the Year 2000 Atlanta Regional Household Travel Survey.” Conference Proceedings; Personal Travel: The Long and Short of It; TRB National Data Task Force; Washington DC, June 1999.
  67. Guensler, R. and J. Wolf (1999). “Development of a Handheld Electronic Travel Diary for Monitoring Individual Tripmaking Behavior.” Published in the CD-ROM Proceedings of the 77th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 1999.
  68. Guensler, R. and R. Ireson (1999). “MOBILE5a.” Workshop on Microscale Air Quality Impact Assessment for Transportation Projects; Transportation Research Board, Committee on Transportation and Air Quality. January 1999.
  69. Guensler, R. (1999). “Motor Vehicle Emissions.” Workshop on Microscale Air Quality Impact Assessment for Transportation Projects; Transportation Research Board, Committee on Transportation and Air Quality. January 1999.
  70. Guensler, R. (1998). “Increasing Vehicle Occupancy in the United States.” L'Avenir Des Deplacements en Ville (The Future of Urban Travel); Laboratoire d'Economie des Transports; Lyon, France. December 1998.
  71. Chinowsky, P. and R. Guensler (1998). “Multidisciplinary Civil Engineering Education through Environmental Impact Analysis.” Proceedings of the American Society of Engineering Educators 1998 Southeastern Section Meeting, J.P. Mohsen (ed.); pp. 79-84; Orlando, FL.
  72. Hallmark, S. L., R. Guensler, and J. D. Leonard II (1998). “Stopline Distributions of Speed and Acceleration for Signalized Intersections” (98-TAA.02P (A272)); Air and Waste Management Association, 91st Annual Meeting Proceedings (CD-ROM); Pittsburgh, PA. June 1998.
  73. Guensler, R., and S. Washington (1998). “Engine Start Emission Rates Derived from FTP Data.” Proceedings of the 8th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 1998.
  74. Thornton, M., R. Guensler, and P. Schropp (1998). “The Development of an Urban Commercial Vehicles Travel Model and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Emissions Model for the Atlanta Region.” Published in the CD-ROM Proceedings of the 77th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 1998.
  75. Guensler, R., W, Bachman, S. Washington, M. O. Rodgers, and M. D. Meyer (1997). “Motor Vehicle Activity and Emissions Algorithms in the Georgia Tech GIS-Based Modal Emissions Model.” Proceedings of the 8th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 1997.
  76. Ahanotu, D. and R. Guensler (1997). “Atlanta’s Heavy Duty Truck Studies.” Proceedings of the 1997 EPA/AWMA Emissions Inventory Conference; A Specialty Conference Sponsored by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Air and Waste Management Association; Research Triangle Park, NC. October 1997.
  77. R. Guensler, P. Chinowsky, C. Conklin (1997). “Development of a Web-Based Environmental Impact, Monitoring and Assessment Course.” Proceedings of the 1997 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Engineering Educators; Madison, WI. June 1997.
  78. Grant, C., R. Guensler, K. Dixon, and J. Metarko (1997). “Use of Video Detection Systems for Collection of Vehicle Activity Data in Emissions Modeling.” Proceedings of the 8th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 1997.
  79. Transportation and Air Quality Workgroup (1997). “1996 Air Quality Research Needs Statements; Environmental Research Needs in Transportation’; Invitational Conference; National Research Council, Transportation Research Board Circular 469; Washington, DC. March 1997.
  80. Bachman, W. and R. Guensler (1996). “Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Onroad Fleet Distributions.” Proceedings of the Summer Meeting of the Transportation and Air Quality Committee (A1F03) of the Transportation Research Board; Irvine, CA. July 1996.
  81. Guensler, R. (1996). “Emissions Modeling Research Needs: Based Upon Experience in Developing the Georgia Tech GIS-Based Modal Emissions Model.” Proceedings of the Summer Meeting of the Transportation and Air Quality Committee (A1F03) of the Transportation Research Board; Irvine, CA. July 1996.
  82. Washington, S., J. Wolf, and R. Guensler (1996). “Exploratory Methods for Modeling Hot Stabilized Emissions from Motor Vehicles.” Proceedings of the Summer Meeting of the Transportation and Air Quality Committee (A1F03) of the Transportation Research Board; Irvine, CA. July 1996.
  83. Karim, M., H. Matsui, and R. Guensler (1996). “Achievements of a Carbon Monoxide Dispersion Model in Calculating Micro-Environmental Traffic Pollutant Concentrations.” Air and Waste Management Association, 89th Annual Meeting Proceedings (CD-ROM); Pittsburgh, PA. June 1996.
  84. Grant, C., R. Guensler, and D. Ahanotu (1996). “Variability of Heavy-Duty Vehicle Operating Mode Frequencies for Prediction of Mobile Emissions.” Air and Waste Management Association, 89th Annual Meeting Proceedings (CD-ROM); Pittsburgh, PA. June 1996.
  85. Guensler, R. (1996). “Facilitating Workgroup Activities through the Internet.” Proceedings of the ASCE Third Congress on Computing in Civil Engineering; Anaheim, CA; American Society of Civil Engineers; New York, NY. June 1996.
  86. Bachman, W., W. A. Sarasua, S. Washington, R. Guensler, S. Hallmark, and M. D. Meyer (1996). “Integrating Travel Demand Forecasting Models with GIS to Estimate Hot Stabilized Mobile Source Emissions.” Proceedings of the 1996 AASHTO GIS-T Symposium, Kansas City, MO, April 1996.
  87. Grant, C.; R. Guensler, S. Washington, and W. Sarasua (1996). “Cross-Validation of Modal Vehicle Activity Data Using Remote and Onboard Instrumentation.” Proceedings of the 6th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. March 1996.
  88. Sarasua, W., R. Awuah-Baffour, R. Guensler, and W. Bachman (1996). “Use of GPS and GIS to Incorporate Grade and Vehicle Location Into Transportation Air Quality Modeling.” Proceedings of the 6th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. March 1996.
  89. Guensler, R., and J.D. Leonard II (1995). “A Monte Carlo Technique for Assessing Motor Vehicle Emission Model Uncertainty.” Transportation Congress, Volume 2; American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY. October 1995.
  90. Ahanotu, D., R. Guensler, T. Bettger, M. D. Meyer, and C. Grant (1995). “Heavy-Duty Truck Activity Research in Atlanta; The Emission Inventory: Programs and Progress.” Proceedings of the 1995 Air and Waste Management Association and US Environmental Protection Agency Specialty Conference; Research Triangle Park, NC. October 1995.
  91. Guensler, R., and W. Bachman (1995). “Developing New Engine Start Emissions Modules.” 5th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 1995.
  92. Bachman, W., R. Guensler, and D. Kasbo (1995). “Spatial and Temporal Modeling of Start and Soak Emissions.” The Emission Inventory: Programs and Progress; A Specialty Conference Sponsored by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Air and Waste Management Association; Research Triangle Park, NC. October 1995.
  93. Washington, S. and R. Guensler (1994). “Modeling Air Quality for Conformity: Current Deficiencies and New Directions.” Proceedings, “Coping with Conformity,” 1994 Summer Meeting of the Transportation Research Board Committee on Transportation and Air Quality (A1F03); Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. July 1994.
  94. Shaheen, S., R. Guensler, and F. Mar (1994). “NEPA and Transportation/Air Quality Conformity.” Proceedings, “Coping with Conformity,” 1994 Summer Meeting of the Transportation Research Board Committee on Transportation and Air Quality (A1F03); Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. July 1994.
  95. Washington, S., and R. Guensler (1994). “Carbon Monoxide Impacts of Automatic Vehicle Identification Applied to Electronic Vehicle Tolling.” In: Proceedings of the National Policy Conference on Intelligent Transportation Technologies and the Environment; Hubert Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs; University of Michigan. June 1994.
  96. Shaheen, S., R. Guensler and S. Washington (1994). “Vehicle Scrappage Programs: Are Some Sectors of Society Paying More for Cleaner Air?.” Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference and Exposition; National Association of Environmental Professionals; Washington, DC. June 1994.
  97. Washington, S., and R. Guensler (1993). “Maybe We Can Build Our Way Out: Rethinking Infrastructure Solutions to Transportation Problems.” Proceedings of the 26th International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation, Dedicated Conference: The Motor Vehicle and the Environment/Demands of the Nineties and Beyond; Aachen, Germany; Automotive Automation Limited, Croydon, England; pp. 61-71. September 1993.
  98. Guensler, R., S. Washington and D. Sperling (1993). “A Weighted Disaggregate Approach to Modeling Speed Correction Factors.” Published in the CD-ROM Proceedings of the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 1993.
  99. Washington, S., R. Guensler, and D. Sperling (1993). “Assessing the Emission Impacts of IVHS in an Uncertain Future.” Proceedings of the World Car 2001 Conference; pp. 403-414; Department of Civil Engineering; University of California, Riverside; Riverside, CA. June 1993.
  100. Guensler, R., D. Sperling, and S. Washington (1993). “IVHS Technologies and Motor Vehicle Emissions.” Proceedings: IVHS America Third Annual Meeting; IVHS America; Washington, DC. April 1993.
  101. Guensler, R. (1992). “A Summary of Research Agenda Break-Out Sessions.” In: Proceedings of the 1992 Summer Meeting of the Transportation Research Board Committee on Transportation and Air Quality (A1F03); Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. July 1992.
  102. ortation and Air Quality (A1F03); Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. July 1992.
  103. Guensler, R. (1992). “Equity Dilemmas Associated with Command and Control and Market-Based Approaches to Air Pollution Control.” Air and Waste Management Association, 85th Annual Meeting Proceedings; Volume 13; Paper Number 176.01; Pittsburgh, PA. June 1992.
  104. Guensler, R. (1992). “Reconciling Mobile Source Offset Programs with Air Quality Management Plans.” Air and Waste Management Association, 85th Annual Meeting Proceedings; Volume 3; Paper Number 117.01; Pittsburgh, PA. June 1992.
  105. Sperling, D., R. Guensler, D. L. Page, and S. P. Washington (1992). “Air Quality Impacts of IVHS: An Initial Review.” In: Proceedings, IVHS Policy: A Workshop on Institutional and Environmental Issues; pp. 29-45; Gifford, Horan and Sperling Eds.; The Institute of Public Policy, George Mason University; Fairfax, VA. April 1992.
  106. Transportation and Air Quality Workgroup (1992). “1992 Air Quality Research Needs Statements; Environmental Research Needs in Transportation’; Invitational Conference; National Research Council, Transportation Research Board Circular 389; Washington, DC. March 1992.
  107. Guensler, R., A. B. Geraghty, and P. Burmich (1992). “The Role of Transportation Control Measures in California's Air Pollution Control Strategy.” In: Transactions, PM10 Standards and Nontraditional Particulate Source Controls; Air and Waste Management Association; Pittsburgh, PA. January 1992.
  108. Guensler, R., D. Sperling, and P. P. Jovanis (1991). “Uncertainty in the Emission Inventory for Heavy-Duty Diesel-Powered Trucks.” Air and Waste Management Association, 84th Annual Meeting Proceedings; Paper Number 88.14; Pittsburgh, PA. June 1991.
  109. Guensler, R., and A. B. Geraghty (1991). “A Transportation/Air Quality Research Agenda for the 1990's.” Air and Waste Management Association, 84th Annual Meeting Proceedings; Volume 8, Emissions (AM91-8), Paper Number 87.2; Pittsburgh, PA. June 1991.
  110. Nelson, C., S. Siwek, R. Guensler, and K. Michelson (1991). “Managing Trucks for Air Quality.” Air and Waste Management Association, 84th Annual Meeting Proceedings; Paper Number 88.10; Pittsburgh, PA. June 1991.
  111. Guensler, R. (1990). “Calculating Excess Emission from Surface Coating Operations.” Air and Waste Management Association, 83rd Annual Meeting Proceedings; Paper Number 106.3; Pittsburgh, PA. June 1990.
  112. Guensler, R. (1990). “Evaluating the Effectiveness of State Implementation Plan Strategies.” Air and Waste Management Association, 83rd Annual Meeting Proceedings; Paper Number 93.12; Pittsburgh, PA. June 1990.
  113. Guensler, R. (1989). “Preparation of Alternative Emission Control Plans for Surface Coating Operations.” Air and Waste Management Association, 82nd Annual Meeting Proceedings; Volume 7, Paper Number 118B.3; Pittsburgh, PA. June 1989.
  114. Chang, D.P.Y., R. Guensler, et al. (1989). “Efficiency of Activated Carbon Bed Odor Control Systems for VOC Removal.” Air and Waste Management Association, 82nd Annual Meeting Proceedings; Volume 1, Paper Number 11.6; Pittsburgh, PA. June 1989.
  115. Guensler, R. (1989). “The Potential Application of Bar Codes to Phase II Vapor Recovery Inspections.” Air and Waste Management Association, 82nd Annual Meeting Proceedings; Volume 7, Paper Number 118A.3; Pittsburgh, PA. June 1989.

Patents

  1. Guensler, R., V. Elango, and P. Blaiklock (2010). Automatic Ant-idle Warning and Shutoff System and Method (GTRC ID 5301). Provisional Patent Application 61/349,284. May, 2010. Final Patent Application, May 2011.
  2. Miller, J., D. Weir, P. Vu, R. Guensler, T. Slack, and J. Breedlove (2008). Commuter Credits for HOV/HOT Lane Implementation. Final Patent Application. July, 2008.
  3. Vu, P., J. Miller, R. Guensler, T. Slack, and J. Breedlove (2008). Electronic Barrier Enforcement System and Method. Patent 8,044,824. July, 2008.

Presentations

  1. Guensler, R. (2013); “An Overview of the Automated Sidewalk Quality Assessment Program.” Presentation to the Midtown Neighborhood Association (10 attendees). Atlanta, GA, February 11, 2013.
  2. Guensler, R. (2013); “An Overview of the Automated Sidewalk Quality Assessment Program.” Presentation to Neighborhood Planning Unit F (25 attendees). Atlanta, GA, February 11, 2013.
  3. Guensler, R. (2012); “An Update on HOV-to-HOT Research in Atlanta.” Presentation to the US Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV (10 attendees). Washington, DC, January 26, 2012.
  4. Guensler, R. (2011); “An Update on HOV-to-HOT Research in Atlanta.” Presentation to the Federal Highway Administration (20 attendees). Atlanta, GA, September 13, 2011.
  5. Guensler, R. (2009); “An Overview of HOV-to-HOT Research in Atlanta.” Presentation to the Transportation Research Board, Managed Lanes Committee, Research Subcommittee (15 attendees). Washington, DC, January 24, 2009.
  6. Guensler, R. (2009); “Monitoring the Effectiveness of HOV-to-HOT Conversions.” Presentation to the University of Minnesota Warren Lecture Series (40 attendees). Atlanta, GA, April 10, 2009.
  7. Guensler, R. (2009); “HOT Lanes for Atlanta.” Presentation to the Georgia Institute of Technology City Planning Seminar Series (20 attendees). Atlanta, GA, April 10, 2009.
  8. Guensler, R. (2008); “Instrumented Vehicle Data for Transportation Planning, Operations, Safety, Emissions, and Health Impact Assessment.” Presentation to the Atlanta Regional Commission Model Users Group (50 attendees). Atlanta, GA, May 30, 2008.
  9. Guensler, R. (2008); “The Role of Instrumented Vehicle Activity Data in Transportation Planning, Operations, Safety, and Health Impact Assessment.” Presentation to the Emory Rollins School of Public Health (50 attendees). Atlanta, GA, January 17, 2008.
  10. Zumerchik, J., M. Grace, and R. Guensler (2008); “Improving Freight Terminal Operations to Reduce Emissions.” Presentation to the US Environmental Protection Agency SmartWay Program. Washington, DC, January 16, 2008.
  11. Guensler, R. (2007); “National Environmental Policy Act Overview.” Presentation to the US Environmental Protection Agency Region IV, Permitting, Mobile Sources, and NEPA Sections (20 attendees). Atlanta, GA, September 19, 2007.
  12. Guensler, R., V. Elango, and P. Blaiklock (2007). “Intermodal Research Applications of GPS Tracking. Presentation to the Transportation Research Board Intermodal Freight Transport Committee (AT045) Meeting. Chicago, IL, July 7, 2007.
  13. Guensler, R. (2006). “Vehicle Technology and Travel Behavior.” Hot Nights in the City: Urban Planning Responses to Climate Change, Atlanta, GA, November 2006.
  14. Guensler, R. (2006). “Vehicle and Driver Monitoring in Public and Private Fleets.” Oral Testimony Delivered to the Georgia General Assembly, Business Incentives Study Committee; Atlanta, GA. October 25, 2006.
  15. Guensler, R. (2006). "Traffic, Traffic, Everywhere - The Commute Atlanta Instrumented Vehicle Program: Emission Rate and Activity Modeling Issues." Air Resources Engineering Center, Georgia Air Quality and Climate Summit, Atlanta, GA, May 4, 2006.
  16. Yoon, S. and R. Guensler (2006). "Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicle Modal Emission Model: Model Development." California Air Resources Board Chairman's Seminar, Sacramento, CA, March 2006.
  17. Guensler, R. (2006). "Instrumented Vehicle Data and Modeling Activities in Atlanta." Natural Resources Canada/Office of Energy Efficiency, Windsor, ON, Canada, February 2006.
  18. Guensler R. (2005). “Georgia's Transportation and Air Quality Linkage”. Georgia Air Policy Symposium, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, Atlanta, GA, December 19, 2005.
  19. Guensler R. (2005). “Commute Atlanta GPS Data”. Time-Geography Meeting; Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, October 10, 2005.
  20. Guensler R. (2005). “Commute Atlanta Instrumented Vehicle Value Pricing Study”. Georgia Tech School of Civil and Environmental Engineering External Advisory Board; Atlanta, GA, October 6, 2005.
  21. Guensler R. (2005). “Commute Atlanta Research Activities”. Chi Epsilon Chapter of the Georgia Tech School of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Atlanta, GA, September 22, 2005.
  22. Guensler, R. and S. Yoon (2005). “Capture of Transit Bus Operating Data with a GT Trip Data Collector”. Gwinnett Transit Advisory Board; Lawrenceville, GA. May 2, 2005.
  23. Guensler, R. (2005). “Use of Instrumented Vehicle Data in Insurance Underwriting”. Computer Science Corporation’s Future Focus Conference for the Insurance Industry; Charleston, SC. October 18, 2005.
  24. Li, H., and R. Guensler (2005). “GPS-Based Vehicle Activity Data in the Commute Atlanta Route Choice Study”. 10th Annual TRB Transportation Planning Applications Conference, Portland, OR, April 24-28, 2005.
  25. Yoon, S, C. Feng, J. Jun, H. Li, V. Elango, and R. Guensler (2005). “Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicle Modal Emissions Model: Transit Bus Emissions Simulations”. ITE Georgia Chapter Monthly Meeting. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. April 21, 2005.
  26. Guensler, R. (2005). “Technology in the Dugout: The Latest in Motor Vehicle Telematics, Commute Atlanta”. Property Casualty Insurers Association of America Joint Underwriting Seminar; Saint Petersburg, FL. April 19, 2005.
  27. Guensler, R. (2005). “Commute Atlanta Research: Commuter Choice Value Pricing Pilot Program”. Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations Annual Meeting; Atlanta, GA. March 22, 2005.
  28. Guensler, R. (2005). “Commute Atlanta Overview: Commuter Choice Value Pricing Pilot Program”. Transport Canada; Ottawa. March 8, 2005.
  29. Guensler, R. (2004). “Value Pricing in Transportation: The Commute Atlanta Project.” Pricing & Revenue Management Initiative Workshop; Georgia Institute of Technology, Business School; Atlanta, GA. November 2004.
  30. Guensler, R. and J. Ogle (2004). “Atlanta's Vehicle Instrumentation and Activity Monitoring Programs: 2004 Status Report.” sponsor approval not received in time for proceedings publication; 14th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. March 2004.
  31. Ogle, J., and Guensler, R. (2004). “Commute Atlanta: Arterial Congestion Modeling Techniques.” ITE Georgia Section Summer Seminar; St. Simons Island, GA.
  32. Guensler, R., S. Yoon, C. Feng, H. Li, and J. Jun (2004). Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicle Load-Based Modeling Framework. USEPA Region IV; Atlanta, GA, October 15, 2004.
  33. Guensler, R. (2004). An Overview of the Model Emissions Modeling Approach for Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicles; USEPA Region IV; Atlanta, GA, February 2004.
  34. Guensler, R. (2003). The MACOC Mobile Source Control Strategy Delphi Panel; Air Quality Issue Forum; Metropolitan Atlanta Chamber of Commerce; Atlanta, GA. May 2003.
  35. Guensler, R. (2003). Innovations in Transportation: Intelligent Transportation Systems, Variable Speed Limits, and Bus Rapid Transit; Emerging Issues in Mobile Sources Workshop; US Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV; Atlanta, GA. May 2003.
  36. Guensler, R. and J. Ogle (2003). Analytical Potential in the DRIVE-Atlanta Instrumented Vehicle Data Sets; US Environmental Protection Agency; Washington, DC. March 2003.
  37. Guensler, R. (2003). Air Quality and Transportation in Georgia: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?.” Georgia Crushed Stone Association Management Workshop; Atlanta, GA. February 2003.
  38. Guensler, R. (2002). Three Technology-Based TCMs: Speed Management, Value Pricing, and Emissions Fees; Atlanta Regional Commission, Air Quality Planning Team; Atlanta, GA. December 2002.
  39. Guensler, R. and J. Ogle (2002). Instrumented Vehicles, Risk, and Pay-as-You-Drive Insurance; ISOTech Conference; Orlando, FL. November 2002.
  40. Guensler, R. and J. Ogle (2002). “Drive Atlanta: Instrumented Vehicles Providing a Wealth of Planning Data; Imperial College Seminar Series; London, England. November 2002.
  41. Guensler, R. (2002). “The Atlanta Instrumented Vehicle Programs: Providing Critical Data for Driver Behavior, Safety, Travel Demand, and Vehicle Emissions Modeling.” UC Davis Transportation Seminar Series; Davis, CA. May 2002.
  42. Guensler, R. (2002). “The Atlanta Instrumented Vehicle Programs: Providing Critical Data for Driver Behavior, Safety, Travel Demand, and Vehicle Emissions Modeling.” UC Berkeley Transportation Seminar Series; Davis, CA. April 2002.
  43. Guensler, R. (2002). “The Atlanta Value Pricing Insurance Initiative.” USEPA Pay as You Drive Workshop; Reno, NV. March 2002.
  44. Guensler, R. (2002). “GPS Issues in Automated Travel Data Collection.” USEPA Pay as You Drive Workshop; Reno, NV. March 2002.
  45. Guensler, R. (2002). “Applications of Technology in Future Survey Methods.” Workshop on the National Household Travel Survey; Washington, DC. February 2001.
  46. Guensler, R. (2001). “The Commuter Choice and Value Pricing Insurance Incentive Program.” The GRTA/FHWA Value Pricing Workshop; Atlanta, GA. October 2001.
  47. Guensler, R. (2001). “Onboard Diagnostic System Data and Vehicle Emissions Modeling.” Meeting of the Truck and Bus Electronic Data Recorder Working Group, National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration; Atlanta, GA. October 2001.
  48. Guensler, R and J. Ogle (2001). “The Atlanta Instrumented Vehicle Intensive.” Meeting of the Mobile Source Technical Review Subcommittee, Clean Air Act Advisory Committee, US Environmental Protection Agency; Dearborn, MI. October 2001.
  49. Guensler, R., W. Bachman, and M. Rodgers (2001). “MOBILE/MEASURE, Meeting of the Mobile Emission Assessment System for Urban and Regional Evaluation.” Modeling Workgroup, Mobile Source Technical Review Subcommittee, Clean Air Act Advisory Committee, US Environmental Protection Agency; Dearborn, MI. October 2001.
  50. Guensler, R. (2001). “New Air Quality Standards and the Mining Industry.” Annual Meeting of the Georgia Mining Industry Academic Initiative; Atlanta, GA. March 2001.
  51. Guensler, R. (2001). “Using Poster Sessions to Enhance Technical Outreach.” Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, All Chairs Dinner; Washington, DC. January 2001.
  52. Wolf, J., R. Guensler, S. Washington, and L. Frank (2000); The Use of Electronic Travel Diaries and Vehicle Instrumentation Packages in the Year 2000 Atlanta Regional Household Travel Survey: Final Test Results and Implementation Plans; 9th International Association of Travel Behaviour Research Conference; Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, July 2000.
  53. Guensler, R. (1999). “Linking Modal Emissions Models with Vehicle Activity Estimates.” Society of Automotive Engineers, Future Technology Toptec; Costa Mesa, CA. August 1999.
  54. Guensler, R. (1999). “The Role of TRB Committees in the National Research Agenda.” Transportation Research Board, New Committee Chair Orientation Meeting; Washington, DC. January 1999.
  55. Guensler, R. (1998). “Considerations in Developing Future Emissions Models.” National Research Council; Committee to Review EPA's Mobile Source Emissions Factor (MOBILE) Model; Washington, DC. December 1998.
  56. Guensler, R. and J. Wolf (1998). “Travel Behavior and Air Quality.” North American Travel Monitoring Exhibition and Conference; Charlotte, NC. May 1998.
  57. Guensler, R. (1998). “Future Improvements to Motor Vehicle Emissions Models; EPA State and Local Transportation and Air Quality Planning Meeting.” US Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV; Atlanta, GA. March 1998.
  58. Guensler, R. (1997). “Evolving Motor Vehicle Emissions Models: Toward Analysis of ITS Impacts.” Invited Speaker, Spring Civil Engineering Lecture Series; University of California, Berkeley. May 1997.
  59. Guensler, R., W. Bachman, and S. Washington (1997). “Engine Start and Hot Stabilized Components of the GIS-Based Modal Emissions Model.” 7th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 1997.
  60. Grant, C., R. Guensler, K. Dixon and J. Metarko (1997). “Use of Video Systems for Collection of Vehicle Activity Data in Emissions Modeling.” 7th Annual On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, San Diego, CA; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA. April 1997.
  61. Guensler, R. (1997). “High Emitters and Incremental Engine Starts.” World Car Conference ’97; University of California, Riverside. January 1997.
  62. Guensler, R. (1997). “Overview of the Georgia Tech GIS-Based Modal Emissions Model.” World Car Conference ’97; University of California, Riverside. January 1997.
  63. Guensler, R. (1996). “Air Quality Research Needs Statements; Environmental Research Needs in Transportation.” Invitational Conference; National Research Council, Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. November 1996.
  64. Guensler, R. (1996). “Presentation and Discussion of the Draft Subcommittee Report Chapter on the Modeling Workgroup.” Office of Mobile Sources Technical Advisory Subcommittee [of the Clean Air Act Advisory Committee] Meeting; US Environmental Protection Agency; Washington, DC. October 1996.
  65. Guensler, R. (1996). “Electronic Communications, TransNet Project; Transferring Research Results into Practice: Methods and Tools.” A Presentation at the Council of University Transportation Centers Workshop; Gainesville, FL. June 1996.
  66. Guensler, R. (1995). “Modeling Efforts of the Georgia Tech Research Partnership.” National Academy of Sciences, National Cooperative Research Program, Workshop on “Quantifying Air Quality and Other Benefits and Costs of Transportation Control Measures.” La Jolla, CA. October 1995.
  67. Guensler, R. (1995). “An Overview of the ASCE Home Page.” ASCE Technical Activities Committee; ASCE Transportation Congress; San Diego, CA. October 1995.
  68. Guensler, R. (1995). “TREAD: The ASCE Urban Transportation Division Home Page.” Annual Meeting of the ASCE Urban Transportation Division; ASCE Transportation Congress; San Diego, CA. October 1995.
  69. Guensler, R. (1995). “Time-Based Modeling within a GIS-Based Modal Model Framework.” The Emission Inventory: Programs and Progress; A Specialty Conference Sponsored by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Air and Waste Management Association; Research Triangle Park, NC. October 1995.
  70. Ross, C., R. Guensler, S. Washington, and D. LeBlanc (1995). “Temporal Distributions of Engine Starts, Hot Soaks, and Modal Operating Fractions Across Three Cities.” The Emission Inventory: Programs and Progress; A Specialty Conference Sponsored by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Air and Waste Management Association; Research Triangle Park, NC. October 1995.
  71. Guensler, R. (1995). “Motor Vehicle Emission Inventory Models: Problems and Solutions.” Keynote Speaker; Institute of Transportation Engineers, Georgia Section; Spring Meeting; Atlanta, GA. May 1995.
  72. Guensler, R. (1995). “Remote Sensing: Perception and Reality.” Invited Keynote Speaker; 1995 Annual Meeting of the Alliance Petroleum Corporation; San Francisco, CA. April 1995.
  73. Guensler, R. (1995). “Transportation Resources Available through the Internet.” Invited Speaker, A Presentation to the Transportation Research Board’s Committee on Transportation and Air Quality (A1F03). January 1995.
  74. Guensler, R., D. LeBlanc, and S. Washington (1994). “Jekyll and Hyde Emitters.” 1994 Air and Waste Management Association International Conference on the Emission Inventory. November 1994.
  75. Guensler, R. (1994). “Next Generation Motor Vehicle Emissions Model.” Alliance for Transportation Research, Research Associates Conference; New Mexico Engineering Research Institute. November 1994.
  76. Guensler, R. (1993). “The Impact of Speed Correction Factors on Uncertainty in the South Coast AQMD Emission Inventory.” The Emission Inventory, Perception and Reality; Air and Waste Management Association International Conference. October 1993.
  77. Guensler, R., S. Washington, and D. Sperling (1993). “Mobile Source Speed Correction Factors, Phase 1: Evaluation of the EMFAC7F Speed Correction Factors.” Preprint Made Available at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 1993.
  78. Guensler, R. (1992). “Uncertainty in Estimating Heavy Duty Truck Emissions.” Cooperative Clean Air Technology Conference; Air and Waste Management Association International Conference. April 1992.
  79. Guensler, R., D. Sperling, and P. P. Jovanis (1992). “Heavy Duty Truck Emissions: Research Agenda.” A Paper Presented at the Transportation Research Board Transportation/Air Quality Committee Meeting; 71st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 1992.
  80. Guensler, R., D. Sperling, and P. P. Jovanis (1991). “Disaggregate Diesel Emission Database for California.” Session 171B; 70th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 1991.
  81. Guensler, R. (1989). “Compliance Perspectives on Transportation Control Measures: South Coast AQMD Regulation XV.” 68th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, DC. January 1989.

Reports

  1. Ross, C., R. Guensler, J. Barringer, A. Danner, M. Allen, E. Barrella, J. Doyle, and L. Zuyeva (2008). “Congestion Pricing Response: Study for Potential Implementation in the Metropolitan Atlanta Area.” Prepared for the Georgia Department of Transportation, Atlanta, GA. Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. October 2008.
  2. Xu, Y., L. Zuyeva, D. Kall, V. Elango, and R. Guensler (2008). “Commute Atlanta Value Pricing Phase II Case Study Report.” Prepared for the Georgia Department of Transportation, Atlanta, GA. Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. June 2008.
  3. Guensler, R., V. Pandey, D. Kall, G. Shafi, P. Blaiklock, M.O. Rodgers, and M. Hunter (2008). “MOBILE-Matrix and CALINE-Grid: Project-Level Conformity Screening and Microscale Air Quality Impact Assessment Tools.” Prepared for the Georgia Department of Transportation, Atlanta, GA. Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. June 2008.
  4. Zuyeva, L., and R. Guensler (2008). “Enforcement Options for High-Occupancy Toll Lanes in Atlanta.” Prepared for the Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority, Atlanta, GA. Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. June 2008.
  5. Zuyeva, L., and R. Guensler (2008). “Access and Egress Treatments on HOT Lane Systems: Scoping Report.” Prepared for the Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority, Atlanta, GA. Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. June 2008.
  6. Guensler, R., V. Elango, and P. Blaiklock (2007); "Wine Load Monitoring: Napa Valley to Atlanta, September 2007.” Prepared for Q-Sales and Leasing; Chicago, IL. November 2007.
  7. Guensler, R., V. Elango, and P. Blaiklock (2007); "Wine Load Monitoring: Napa Valley to Atlanta, August 2007.” Prepared for Q-Sales and Leasing; Chicago, IL. May 2007.
  8. Guensler, R., V. Elango, and P. Blaiklock (2007); "ADM Demonstration of GPS Load Tracking.” Prepared for Q-Sales and Leasing; Chicago, IL. May 2007.
  9. Feng, C., R. Guensler, and M. Rodgers (2007). “Transit Bus Load-Based Modal Emission Rate Model Development.” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-07/106. Randall Guensler, November 11, 2011, Pg. 14.
  10. Guensler, R., S. Yoon, H. Li and V. Elango (2007). "Atlanta Commute Vehicle Soak and Start Distributions and Engine Starts per Day: Impact on Mobile Source Emission Rates." U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Research Triangle Park, NC, EPA/600/R-07/075, April 2007.
  11. Grand Jury, Superior Court of Fulton County, Atlanta Judicial Circuit (2007); "Grand Jury Presentment on DNA Testing and Vehicular Homicide Interview Room Recommendations.” Atlanta, GA. March 2, 2007.
  12. Guensler, R., and M. O. Rodgers (2006); "Potential Energy and Air Quality Benefits of Freight ThruPorts.” Written Testimony Delivered to the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure; Washington, DC. July 2006.
  13. Dehart-Davis, L., R. Guensler, and C. Feng (2006); "2004 Commute Options Survey Results for the Atlanta Metropolitan Area.” Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. April 2006.
  14. Guensler, R. and S. Yoon (2006). "Secondary Data Quality Assurance Project Plan, Soak/Start Time Distribution and Statistics of Vehicle Activity." U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Research Triangle Park, NC.
  15. Guensler, R. and S. Yoon (2006). "Secondary Data Quality Assurance Project Plan, Phase II RARE Project, Heavy-Duty Diesel Truck Activity Analysis." U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Research Triangle Park, NC.
  16. Guensler, R. and S. Yoon (2006). "Research Model Development Quality Assurance Project Plan, Phase II RARE Project, Heavy-Duty Diesel Truck Activity Analysis." U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Research Triangle Park, NC.
  17. Guensler, R., W. Bachman, S. Hallmark, J.D. Leonard (2005); "Evaluation of Transportation-Related Emissions Control Measures for Metropolitan Atlanta.” Prepared for the Georgia Department of Transportation, Atlanta, GA. Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. October 2005.
  18. Guensler, R., S. Yoon, C. Feng, H. Li, and J. Jun (2005). "Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicle Modal Emission Model (HDDVMEM): Volume 1: Modal Emission Modeling Framework; Volume 2: Modal Components and Outputs." U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-05/090.
  19. Guensler, R., A. Russell, and M.O. Rodgers (2004); "Evaluation of the Multiple Air Toxics Exposure Study (MATES-II) in the South Coast Air Basin: Phase I Analysis.” Prepared Under Contract for Cambridge Systematics, Inc.; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. January 2004.
  20. Louis Berger Group, et al. (2004); "Estimating the Transportation Contribution to Particulate Matter Pollution: Phase II.” US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC. January 2004.
  21. National Research Council (2003). “Carbon Monoxide Episodes in Meteorological and Topographical Problem Areas.” National Academy Press; Washington, DC.
  22. National Research Council (2002). “The Ongoing Challenge of Managing Carbon Monoxide Pollution in Fairbanks, Alaska.” National Academy Press; Washington, DC.
  23. Louis Berger Group, et al. (2001); “Establishing a Research Approach for Estimating the Transportation Contribution to Particulate Matter Pollution: Phase I.” US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC. November 2001.
  24. Russell, A., R. Guensler, and H. Lee (2001); “Methods for Assessing Impacts of Onroad Emissions on Particulate Matter: Application to Supersite Studies.” Prepared Under Contract for Louis Berger Associates; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. October 2001.
  25. Guensler, R. and M. Oliveira (2001); “Proposed 2001-2002 Vehicle Activity Monitoring Plan: Jefferson Street Particulate Matter Monitoring Station.” Prepared Under Contract for Louis Berger Associates; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. September 2001.
  26. Lee, H., A. Russell, and R. Guensler (2001); “Receptor Modeling of Atlanta Supersite and Associated Particulate Matter Measurements.” Prepared Under Contract for Louis Berger Associates; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. September 2001.
  27. Guensler, R. and M. Oliveira (2001); “Vehicle Activity Data Sources and Emissions Estimates for the Jefferson Street Particulate Matter Monitoring Site.” Prepared Under Contract for Louis Berger Associates; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. September 2001.
  28. Guensler, R., A. Russell, and M. Oliveira (2001); “Atlanta Metropolitan Area Particulate Matter Monitoring Stations: Site Characterization.” Prepared Under Contract for Louis Berger Associates; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. September 2001.
  29. Guensler, R., A. Russell, and H. Holm (2001); “Atlanta's Particulate Matter Monitoring Equipment and Data Collection.” Prepared Under Contract for Louis Berger Associates; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. September 2001.
  30. Guensler, R. (2001). “Taxi-Transit Integration in the Atlanta Region: Analysis of Taxi Regulations across 40 Jurisdictions in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area.” Prepared Under Contract for the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. June 2001.
  31. Guensler, R. (2001). “Taxi-Transit Integration in the Atlanta Region: Taxi Industry Participation in the Transportation Planning Process in Major Metropolitan Areas.” Prepared Under Contract for the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. June 2001.
  32. Guensler, R. (2001). “Taxi-Transit Integration in the Atlanta Region: Review of Taxi/Transit Trips in the 1990 Onboard Transit Ridership Survey Data.” Prepared Under Contract for the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. April 2001.
  33. School of CEE Computer Committee (2001). “CEE Computing and Network Policy.” Georgia Transportation Institute; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. February 2001.
  34. Guensler, R., M. Thornton, M. O. Rodgers, K. Dixon, J. Pearson, W. Bachman, J. Leonard, and J. Daniel (2001). “Evaluation of Ramp Metering Impacts on Air Quality: The Atlanta I-75 Case Study.” Georgia Transportation Institute; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. January 2001.
  35. Guensler, R. (2000). “Taxi-Transit Integration in the Atlanta Region: MARTA Station Review.” Prepared Under Contract for the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. September2001. Randall Guensler, November 11, 2011, Pg. 20
  36. Guensler, R. (2000). “Taxi-Transit Integration in the Atlanta Region: Atlanta's Taxi Industry, Taxi Industry Forum, and Regional Agency Staff Interviews.” Prepared Under Contract for the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority; Trans/AQ, Inc.; Atlanta, GA. September 2000.
  37. Cambridge Systematics, Inc. (2000). “Quantifying Air Quality and Other Benefits of Transportation Control Measures.” NCHRP Project 8-33; National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Report 462; Washington, DC.
  38. Wolf, J., R. Guensler, S. Washington, W. Sarasua, C. Grant, S. Hallmark, M. Oliveira, M. Koutsak, R. Thittai, R. Funk, J. Hsu (1999). “Development of a Comprehensive Vehicle Instrumentation Package for Monitoring Individual Tripmaking Behavior – Final Report” (GTI - R - 99005); Georgia Transportation Institute; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. April 1999.
  39. Wolf, J., R. Guensler, S. Washington, W. Sarasua, C. Grant, S. Hallmark, M. Oliveira, M. Koutsak, R. Thittai, R. Funk, J. Hsu (1999). “Development of a Comprehensive Vehicle Instrumentation Package for Monitoring Individual Tripmaking Behavior - Test Plans and Results” (GTI - R - 99004); Georgia Transportation Institute; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. March 1999.
  40. Wolf, J., R. Guensler, S. Washington, W. Sarasua, C. Grant, S. Hallmark, M. Oliveira, M. Koutsak, R. Thittai, R. Funk, J. Hsu (1999). “Development of a Comprehensive Vehicle Instrumentation Package for Monitoring Individual Tripmaking Behavior - Literature Review” (GTI - R - 99001); Georgia Transportation Institute; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. February 1999.
  41. Wolf, J. , R. Guensler, S. Washington, W. Sarasua, C. Grant, S. Hallmark, M. Oliveira, M. Koutsak, R. Thittai, R. Funk, J. Hsu (1999). “Development of a Comprehensive Vehicle Instrumentation Package for Monitoring Individual Tripmaking Behavior - Project Overview and Functional Specifications” (GTI - R - 99002); Georgia Transportation Institute; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. February 1999.
  42. Wolf, J., R. Guensler, S. Washington, W. Sarasua, C. Grant, S. Hallmark, M. Oliveira, M. Koutsak, R. Thittai, R. Funk, J. Hsu (1999). “Development of a Comprehensive Vehicle Instrumentation Package for Monitoring Individual Tripmaking Behavior - Technical Specifications and Analysis” (GTI - R - 99003); Georgia Transportation Institute; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. February 1999.
  43. Guensler, R., S. Shaheen, F. Mar, and C. Y. Yee (1998). “Conformity Policy: Air Quality Impact Assessment for Local Transportation Projects.” UCD-ITS-RR-98-2; Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis; Davis, CA. February 1998.
  44. Chatterjee, A., T. F. Wholley, Jr., R. Guensler, D. T. Hartgen, R. A. Margiotta, T. L. Miller, J. W. Philpot, and P. R. Stopher (1997). “Improving Transportation Data for Mobile Source Emissions Estimates.” NCHRP Project 25-7; National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Report 394; Washington, DC.
  45. Grant, C.D., R. Guensler and M. D. Meyer (1996). “Variability of Heavy-Duty Vehicle Operating Mode Frequencies for Prediction of Mobile Emissions.” Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development; Research Triangle Park, NC.
  46. Guensler, R., and L. Platte (1996). “Summary of the Activity of the Modeling Workgroup of the Office of Mobile Sources Technical Advisory Subcommittee” [of the Clean Air Act Advisory Committee]; US Environmental Protection Agency; Washington, DC. October 1996.
  47. Guensler, R., and S. Washington, and D. Sperling (1994). “Modeling IVHS Emission Impacts, Volume 1, Background Issues and Modeling Capabilities” (UCD-ITS-RR-94-017); Institute of Transportation Studies; University of California, Davis; Davis, CA. August 1994.
  48. Washington, S., R. Guensler, and D. Sperling (1994). “Modeling IVHS Emission Impacts, Volume 2, Assessment of the CALINE4 Line Source Dispersion Model” (UCD-ITS-RR-94-018); Institute of Transportation Studies; University of California, Davis; Davis, CA. July 1994.
  49. Koenig, B., C. Yee, R. Guensler, and P. P. Jovanis (1994). “Incidents, Lane Closures, and Rapid Incident Response: Congestion and Emissions Analysis” (UCD-ITS-RR-94-2); Prepared for the Mobile Sources Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee under the AB2766 Program; Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, California 95616, March 1994.
  50. Guensler, R. (1993). “Vehicle Emission Rates and Average Vehicle Operating Speeds.” Dissertation; Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis; Davis, CA; 1993.
  51. Guensler, R, S. Washington and D. Sperling (1993). “A Weighted Disaggregate Approach to Modeling Speed Correction Factors” (UCD-ITS-RR-93-6); Institute of Transportation Studies; University of California, Davis; Davis, CA. April 1993.
  52. Guensler, R., D. Sperling, and P. P. Jovanis (1992). “A Research Plan Designed to Reduce Uncertainty in the Emission Inventory for Heavy-Duty Diesel-Powered Trucks” (UCD-ITS-RR-92-01); Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis; Davis, CA. January 1992.
  53. Chang, D. P. Y., E. Schroeder, O. G. Raabe, R. Corsi, T. L. Chou, R. Guensler, J.-O. Kim, and J. Meyerhofer (1991). “Emissions of Volatile and Potentially Toxic Organic Compounds from Wastewater Treatment Plants and Collection Systems (Phase II).” Project Summaries (Volume 1); State of California Air Resources Board, Research Division; Sacramento, CA, August 1991.
  54. Chang, D. P. Y., E. Schroeder, O. G. Raabe, R. Guensler, and T. L. Chou (1991). “Emissions of Volatile and Potentially Toxic Organic Compounds from Wastewater Treatment Plants and Collection Systems (Phase II); Wastewater Treatment Plant Emissions - Experimental Phase” (Volume 3); State of California Air Resources Board, Research Division; Sacramento, CA, August 1991.
  55. Guensler, R., D. Sperling, and P. P. Jovanis (1991). “Uncertainty in the Emission Inventory for Heavy-Duty Diesel Powered Trucks” (UCD-ITS-RR-91-02); Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis; Davis, CA. June 1991.
  56. California Air Resources Board, Office of Air Quality Planning and Liaison (1990). “California Clean Air Act Cost- Effectiveness Guidance.” Sacramento, CA. September 1990.
  57. California Air Resources Board, Compliance Assistance Program (1990). “Surface Coating Operations, Aerospace Components, Technical Manual.” Sacramento, CA. August 1990.
  58. California Air Resources Board, Compliance Assistance Program (1990). “Self-Inspection Handbook for Surface Coating of Aerospace Components.” Sacramento, CA. August 1990.
  59. AB2595 Heavy-Duty Truck Technical Advisory Group (1990). “Guidelines for Local Air Districts Considering Transportation Control Measures Directed at Heavy-Duty Truck Operations.” California Air Resources Board, California Department of Business Transportation and Housing, and California Highway Patrol; Sacramento, CA. August 1990.
  60. Guensler, R., V. Boothe, D. Lo, and J. Ungvarsky, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region IX, California Air Resources Board, South Coast Air Quality Management District, Bay Area Air Quality Management District, and San Diego County Air Pollution Control District (1990). “Phase III State Implementation Plan Strategy Effectiveness Report for California Aerospace Coating Regulations”. USEPA, Region IX, Air Division; San Francisco, CA. June 1990.
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