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Agenda

Tuesday 1 November
5:00 PM Meet at Hotel Metropol in Munich and walk over to Brewery Hacker-Pschorr Bräuhaus (10 min walk, 900 meters, if preferred a taxi can be provided)
5:30 PM Guided tour by the brew master (in English)
6:00 PM Dinner at Brewery Hacker-Pschorr Bräuhaus
Wednesday 2 November
6:30‑9:00 AM Breakfast at Hotel Metropol
9:00 AM Bus transfer from Hotel Metropol to Raitenhaslach (ca. 90 min). If you prefer to travel through Salzburg, we will organize transportation from Salzburg to the Symposium (ca. 60 min).
11:00 AM Opening of the symposium
11:30 AM Introduction to the TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach (Ms Barbara Weiant)
11:45 AM Moeckel: Microscopic integration of land use and transport: Improving sensitivities in a future of constraints
12:30 PM Lunch (in: Gewölbehalle)
2:00 PM Miller: Integrating Short- and Long-Range Decisions: Past Lessons & Future Prospects.
2:45 PM Donnelly: A tale of two ambitious models
3:30 PM Coffee break
4:00 PM Wegener: Urban and regional models: integration across space, time and policy fields
4:45 PM Robinson: Towards an integrated platform for the modelling and minimisation of future urban resource flows
5:30 PM Bus transfer to Hotel Glöcklhofer (ca. 10 min)
6:00 PM Dinner at the Hotel Glöcklhofer
Thursday 3 November
6:30‑9:00 AM Breakfast at Hotel Glöcklhofer
9:00 AM Bus transfer to the TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach
9:30 AM Mokhtarian: (How) Can We Improve the Behavioral Realism of Large-Scale Land Use/Transportation Models?
10:15 PM Wulfhorst: Let’s make integrated land-use and transport modelling useful
11:00 AM Coffee break
11:30 AM Axhausen: Accessibility, mobility tools (and some LUTI models)
12:30 PM Lunch (in: Gewölbehalle)
2:00 PM Ford: Climate change and transportation: Case study in London
2:45 PM Clifton: A framework for integrating pedestrians
3:30 PM Coffee break
4:00 PM Shahumyan: Coupling Diverse Models: Case Study of Baltimore-Washington Region
4:45 PM Jin: Land use/transport integration in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region
5:30 PM Bus Bus transfer to Hotel Glöcklhofer (ca. 10 min)
6:00 PM Dinner at the Burgcafé
8:00 PM Optional: Guided private evening tour through the Castle of Burghausen in English (The world's longest castle: 1,051 meters long!). Duration 90 min.
Friday 4 November
6:30‑9:00 AM Breakfast at Hotel Glöcklhofer
9:00 AM Bus transfer to the TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach. Please check out of hotel before 9:00 AM and bring your luggage to the symposium.
9:30 PM Picado: Integrating the Atlanta Activity-Based Model with Land Use and Dynamic Traffic Assignment Models
10:15 AM Simmonds: Transport modelling, microsimulation and other issues in land-use/economic/transport modelling practice
11:00 AM Coffee break
11:30 AM Nagel: Using MATSim as a travel model plugin to SILO: Why this time we will get it right
12:15 AM Closing remarks and next steps
12:30 PM Lunch (at Klostergasthof)
2:00 PM Departure of bus for transfer from TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach to Munich Airport (MUC) and downtown Munich.
4:30 PM Arrival at Munich Airport (MUC). Arrival is planned for 3:30 PM, but as there will be some traffic on this Friday afternoon, we recommend to plan on check-in not before 4:30 PM.
5:30 PM Arrival at downtown train station and Hotel Metropol. Bus will continue from airport to downtown Munich. Arrival could be as early as 4:15 PM, but with traffic on a Friday afternoon it might be as late as 5:30 PM.
Participants are welcome to stay another night in Munich if that facilitates your return travel. Please let us know if this is your preference, and we will reserve another hotel night for you. Dinner will be on your own, but it certainly will be reimbursed as well. There is a large number of restaurants in walking distance from the hotel.

Former Bavarian King and Queen in the Aula Maior (or Stony Hall) of the Monastery Raitenhaslach.

The TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach and the Hotel Glöcklhofer are 6.5 kilometers apart. A shuttle bus will be provided in the morning and evening. Should you need to get to the hotel during the day, transportation will be provided.

Questions?

With any questions regarding the symposium or travel arrangements, please contact Rolf Moeckel.

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