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The September 11th Memorial Program for Regional Transportation Planning honors three NYMTC staff members who perished in the attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001: Ignatius Adanga,
Charles Lesperance, and See Wong Shum. The Program provides assistance to students and organizations for projects in both academic and public policy arenas to educate and motivate those who are interested in transportation technology and planning.
This meeting may be attended in person or via webinar. 
For webinar details, please see below:
Webinar Link:
Meeting ID: 645 798 255
Password: jHtjJsp3
Phone #: 1-844-633-8697
This year, presentations will be offered by two individuals who served as NYMTC's
2016-2017 academic year participants on Wednesday, September 27 at 12:00 PM at NYMTC's Office (25 Beaver Street, Suite 201 New York, NY


Bahman Moghimi

Bahman Moghimi, PhD candidate in Transportation Engineering at City College of New York, will discuss the impact of Transit Signal Priority (TSP) on transit service and regional transportation planning (i.e. travel speed, congestion and air quality).

Patricio Vicuna

Patricio Vicuna, PhD candidate in Transportation Engineering at City College of New York, will analyze the implementation of automatic vehicle location data mining, visualization, and dashboard functionality for evaluating the New York City Department of Transportation's Clean Truck Program and improving regional freight delivery efficiency.

For security purposes, bring a valid photo ID and R.S.V.P. by calling (212) 383-7200 or by sending an e-mail to Please note that meeting attendees will be required to go through security upon entering. Please allow ample time. The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and federal Limited English Proficiency guidelines. If you need special accommodations to participate in this meeting, or translation services into Spanish, Russian, Chinese or American Sign Language, please contact within 72 hours of the meeting.