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Project Information

Project Information


Committee for a Study on the Feasibility of Wheelchair Restraint Systems in Passenger Aircraft


Project Scope:

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will convene a study committee to assess and evaluate the conditions under which it may be technically feasible to equip passenger aircraft with in-cabin restraint systems for motorized and nonmotorized wheelchairs.  
The committee will examine the design, engineering, and safety requirements for installation and use of these restraint systems and for the wheelchairs that would be used as seats in aircraft, including aircraft structural requirements, wheelchair occupant restraint and passenger emergency evacuation requirements, and injury criteria limits for both wheel chair users and occupants of seats behind and adjacent to the wheelchair users. The committee will also address the implications of the findings from these assessments on Federal Aviation Administration regulations and policies for airworthiness, crash worthiness, and other safety requirements.
Should the committee find, based on its analyses, reasonable circumstances under which it may be technically feasible to equip passenger aircraft with in-cabin wheelchair restraint systems, the study committee will then consider in more depth how individuals who use non-motorized and motorized wheelchairs can be effectively accommodated using these systems and how airlines can use them to provide an equal level of service to air travelers with significant disabilities. 
Where appropriate, the committee may advise on further actions warranted for making public policy choices with respect to these systems, including needed research, information gathering, and technical analyses.

The study is sponsored by the U.S. Access Board in fulfillment of provisions in the 2018 FAA Reauthorization Act.


Status: Current

PIN: TRB-CAAS-19-05

Project Duration (months): 24 month(s)

RSO: Welch-Ross, Melissa



Geographic Focus:

Committee Membership

Committee Post Date: 01/07/2020

Alan M. Jette - (Chair)
Alan M. Jette (NAM) is Emeritus Professor and Dean at Boston University’s Sargent College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences. He also serves as a Professor of Rehabilitation Sciences at the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions. He was Professor of Health Policy & Management in the Boston University School of Public Health from 2005-2017. He is an international expert on rehabilitation and a leader in developing patient-centered rehabilitation outcome measures in a range of challenging clinical areas such as work disability, post-acute care, spinal cord injury, and neurological, orthopedic, and geriatric conditions. He has authored more than 250 publications in the rehabilitation sciences field and served as a principal investigator for numerous studies funded by the National Institutes for Health, the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research, and several foundations. He has served as a member of more than a dozen NASEM boards and committees. He chaired the Institute of Medicine (IOM) committee that authored the 2007 report, "The Future of Disability in America." In addition to co-chairing the IOM Forum on Aging, Disability, and Independence he was chair of the IOM Committee on the Use of Selected Assistive Products and Technologies in Eliminating or Reducing the Effects of Impairments. Dr. Jette has received numerous professional awards and honors, including the American Physical Therapy Association’s McMillan Award and the Foundation for Physical Therapy’s Charles M. Magistro Distinguished Service Award. He was elected to the National Academy of Medicine in 2013. He earned a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a master’s degree and Ph.D. in public health from the University of Michigan.
Naomi Armenta
Naomi Armenta is Senior Associate in the Oakland, California office of Nelson Nygaard, which is a transportation and mobility planning consultancy. Her expertise is in planning accessible transportation with a focus on people with disabilities, seniors, and equity issues. She served as the Paratransit Coordinator for the Alameda County Transportation Commission from 2006 to 2016. She has also worked on projects in Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties and for the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), and the California State Transportation Agency. She has been affiliated with Nelson Nygaard for 14 years. Prior to starting her career in transportation, she worked in the field of human resources for the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force Exchange Service and the City College of San Francisco. She is Chair of the Bay Area Regional Mobility Management Group and is active in the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS). In 2014, she received the Bay Area WTS Rosa Parks Diversity in Leadership Award and the MTC Doris W. Kahn Accessible Transportation Award. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley in anthropology and psychology, and a master’s degree in transportation management from the Mineta Transportation Institute at San Jose State University.
Peter W. Axelson
Peter W. Axelson is Founder and Director of Research and Development of Beneficial Designs, Inc., a rehabilitation engineering design firm that works towards universal access through research, design, and education. The company has developed a variety of technologies to improve seating and mobility systems for people who use wheelchairs, as well as design improvements for recreational and fitness equipment for people with mobility impairments. Beneficial Designs has guided the development of universal design standards for sidewalks, trails, ski areas, amusement parks, playgrounds, and other outdoor recreation environments. Mr. Axelson has served on the American Trails Board of Directors, standards committees for the Recreation Access Advisory Committee to the U.S. Access Board, and the Regulatory Negotiation Committee on Outdoor Developed Area Guidelines. He is Secretary of the RESNA Standards Committee on Adaptive Ski Equipment and the RESNA Standards Committee on Wheelchairs. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Paralyzed Veterans of America Research Foundation. He is a regular guest lecturer in the Perspectives in Assistive Technology course at Stanford University. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering and product design from Stanford University.
Rory A. Cooper
Rory A. Cooper is Associate Dean, Distinguished Professor, and FISA Foundation and Paralyzed Veterans of America Professor of Rehabilitation Engineering in the School of Public Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh. He also holds appointments in the Departments of Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, Orthopedic Surgery, and Computer Science (Robotics Institute). He is Founder, Director, and CEO of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Human Engineering Research Laboratories at the University of Pittsburgh and Senior Research Career Scientist and Research Center Director for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. From 1997 to 2018, he served as Chair of the Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology at the University of Pittsburgh. His research has centered on the engineering, invention, design, evaluation, and transfer of assistive technologies, including wheelchairs, robotics, and smart devices. He has authored more than 350 peer-reviewed journal papers and 10 books in the field of rehabilitation science and engineering and holds more than 20 patents. Among his many honors, he has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Royal Society of Medicine, National Academy of Inventors, and Biomedical Engineering Society. He was a member of the NASEM Committee on the Use of Selected Assistive Products and Technologies in Eliminating or Reducing the Effects of Impairments. Dr. Cooper earned a B.S. and M.S. in electrical engineering from California Polytechnic State University and a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Karen J. Erazo
Karen J. Erazo is the retired Manager of Legal Affairs at Sun Country Airlines, where she worked for 28 years, including positions as a Customer Service Agent and Customer Service Manager. At Sun Country, she was responsible for ensuring compliance with a number of federal statutory and regulatory requirements, including those from the Aviation Disaster Family Assistance Act and the Air Carrier Access Act. She responded to employee and passenger complaints filed with the EEOC, U.S. DOT, and OSHA and investigated passenger claims for injury, loss, and harassment. She was responsible for establishing the airline’s policies and procedures for ensuring compliance with federal regulations on non-discrimination on the basis of disability in air travel, including responsibility for training employees on compliance. She led the development of the airline’s initial Critical Incident Response Plan program for flight attendants. As Sun Country’s representative, she attended the U.S. DOT’s Access Advisory Committee for a 2016 negotiated rulemaking on accessible in-flight entertainment; lavatories, and the definition of service animals. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota.


Francis S. Heming, Jr.
Francis S. Heming, Jr. is an independent consultant specializing in the testing and certification of aircraft seating systems, including dynamic test planning, implementation, and witnessing. For nearly 25 years, he worked for Goodrich Interiors, retiring as Chief Engineer for Certification in 2015. While working for Goodrich Interiors, he served as Vice Chair and Chair of the SAE Aircraft Seat Committee, which is responsible for the development of aircraft seat systems design and performance standards in conformance with FAA and international regulations. He is an FAA Designated Engineering Representative for aircraft seats and interior arrangements. Before joining Goodrich he worked for 20 years for the U.S. Department of the Air Force, retiring as program manager in 1990. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering mechanics from the U.S. Air Force Academy, a master’s degree in applied mechanics from Stanford University, and a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.

Kevin L. Hiatt
Kevin L. Hiatt is a safety practitioner who consults on the application of safety management systems in the transportation industry. He is a retired airline pilot and executive. He has more than 40 years of aviation industry experience, including in the areas of flight operations, safety and security, and environmental administration. From 2015 to 2017 he was Director of Flight Safety for JetBlue Airways, where he oversaw flight operational safety issues and aided in the development and implementation of the airline’s safety management system. Prior to joining JetBlue, he served as Senior Vice President of Safety and Flight Operations for the International Air Transport Association (IATA) where he was responsible for six worldwide operational and safety divisions with more than 100 team members. Before joining IATA, he was President and CEO of the Flight Safety Foundation, an international non-profit organization that provides independent expert safety guidance and resources for the aviation and aerospace industry. Prior to joining the Flight Safety Foundation, he was Vice President of Safety and Security at World Airways and worked for 26 years as a pilot for Delta Air Lines. He retired from Delta as Captain and Chief Pilot for International Operations. He is the recipient of several aviation safety awards, including the Flight Safety Foundation’s President’s Award, Royal Aeronautical Society Fellow, the SAFE Industry’s General Spruance Award for outstanding safety education program. He earned a bachelor’s degree in aviation from Purdue University.
Katharine M. Hunter-Zaworski
Katharine M. Hunter-Zaworski is an Associate Professor in the School of Civil and Construction Engineering at Oregon State University, where she also serves as chair of the Subcommittee on Gerontology for the Center on Healthy Aging Research. Her area of expertise is in rehabilitation and transportation engineering for accessible transportation. From 2003 to 2014 she was Director of the National Center for Accessible Transportation and from 2003 to 2009 she was Director of the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for Accessible Public Transportation. During her 40-year career, she has authored numerous journal papers and served as principal investigator for dozens of studies on improving bus, rail, and airline accessibility for persons with disabilities; wheelchair securement and restraint in public transportation vehicles; and the barriers and safety risks for transportation-disadvantaged air travelers. She has consulted extensively on accessible transportation, including on projects for rail and transit systems in Vancouver and elsewhere in British Columbia and Canada. She has worked on making train and aircraft lavatories more accessible. She is Emeritus Member of TRB’s Committee on Accessible Transportation and Mobility, a member of the TRB Rail Rolling Stock and Motive Power Committee, and a past member of the TRB Airport Terminals and Ground Access Committee. She was principal investigator for Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 171, “Use of Mobility Devices on Paratransit Vehicles and Buses” and TCRP Report 189, “Manual to Improve Rail Transit Safety at Platform/Train and Platform/ Guideway Interfaces.” She is currently principal investigator for the Airport Cooperative Research Program synthesis project on Escalator Falls. She earned a B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of British Columbia, a M.S. in engineering science and mechanics from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and a Ph.D. in civil engineering from Oregon State University.
Auturo Jackson
Auturo “Art” Jackson is Senior Director for Contracted, Paratransit, and Vanpool for METROLift, a shared-ride public transit service that is part of the Metropolitan (METRO) Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas. Having worked at METRO for more than 25 years, his current responsibilities include overseeing the more than 125 employees who provide accessible, shared-ride services for persons with disabilities who cannot board, ride, or disembark from a METRO fixed-route bus. He is a longstanding member of the United Airlines Advisory Board for Accessible Travel. He also serves on the Planning and Zoning Commission of the municipality of Stafford, Texas and on the municipal school board. His other community services include President of the Stafford Municipal School District Board of Trustees, Fort Bend YMCA Board Member, and member of the Houston Mayor's Commission for People with Disabilities. He earned a bachelor’s degree in management from the University of North Texas.
George A. Lesieutre
George A. Lesieutre is Associate Dean for Research in the College of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University. From 2004 to 2016, he was Head of the Department of Aerospace Engineering, and from 2005 to 2018 he was Director of the Center for Acoustics and Vibration. His expertise is in the structural dynamics of aerospace systems. He joined Penn State in 1989 after having worked in Rockwell International’s Satellite Systems Division, where he was responsible for analysis and testing of spacecraft structures. In 2010 he was elected to the Board of Directors of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), which he served as Director-at-Large, and was named an AIAA Fellow in 2009. He was a member of the Materials Panel of ASEB’s NASA Technology Roadmap. He earned a B.S. in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT and Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from UCLA.
Miriam A. Manary
Miriam A. Manary is Lead Research Engineer in the Biosciences Group of the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI). She has worked for UMTRI for more than 30 years conducting research in the fields of wheelchair transportation safety, child passenger safety, occupant protection, vehicle ergonomics, and occupant accommodation. She conducts and supervises sled-impact evaluations of child restraints, wheelchairs, wheelchair-securement systems, and wheelchair-occupant restraint systems. In addition to her expertise in wheelchair transportation safety, she has extensive experience in the analysis of motor vehicle crashes, crash dummy design, injury criteria development, occupant anthropometry and posture qualification, engineering analysis of federal motor vehicle safety standards, child passenger safety, and the factors affecting child restraint installation errors. She is Chair of the RESNA Committee on Wheelchairs and Transportation and led the 2012 and 2017 revisions of the RESNA Standards on Wheelchairs and Transportation. She has served as the head of the U.S. delegation for ISO TC173/SC1/WG6 and has led the development efforts on ISO 7176-19 (Wheelchairs Used as Seats in Motor Vehicles) and ISO 10542-1 (Wheelchair Tiedowns and Occupant Restraint Systems). She also participates in SAE and ISO committees focused on child restraints. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering from Tulane University and a master’s degree in bioengineering from the University of Michigan.
Clinton V. Oster, Jr.
Clinton V. Oster, Jr. is Professor Emeritus and former Associate Dean for the Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University. His research has centered on aviation safety, airline economics and competition policy, energy policy, and environmental and natural resource policy. He has co-authored five books on various aspects of air transportation including "Deregulation and the Future of Intercity Passenger Travel" with John Meyer, and "Why Airplanes Crash" with John Strong and C. Kurt Zorn. He has chaired and served on numerous NASEM committees, including Chair of the Committee for the Study of Traffic Safety Lessons from Benchmark Nations, Chair of the Committee on the Federal Employers' Liability Act, Chair of the Committee on the Effects of Commuting on Pilot Fatigue, and Co-chair of the Committee on NASA's National Aviation Operational Monitoring Service Project. He was a member of the Committee for Guidance on Setting and Enforcing Speed Limits, the Committee for a Study on Air Passenger Service and Safety since Deregulation, and the Committee on the Intercity Passenger Travel: Opportunities and Issues in Short-Haul Markets. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Princeton University, a master’s degree in public affairs from Carnegie-Mellon University, and a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University.
Gary M. Weissel
Gary Weissel is Founder and Managing Officer of Tronos Aviation Consulting, which provides a wide variety of services to airlines, leasing companies, OEMs, and suppliers in the aviation industry, including services pertaining to aircraft interiors and modifications and conversions. In this position, he leads all of the firm’s activities including asset management, aircraft specification and interior management, market forecasting, and OEM strategy consulting. Prior to starting Tronos, he was the co-Managing Officer of ICF SH&E’s Aviation and Aerospace Practice where he led the firm’s staff of more than 50 consultants in 7 offices worldwide. Before joining ICF SH&E, he was a Senior Program Manager with B/E Aerospace’s Seating Products Group where he ran numerous seating programs for major international airlines. Prior to that, he spent nine years with Delta Air Lines in various positions within their engineering and technical specification departments. He is a member of the Senior Advisory Board for the Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Aerospace Engineering, and regularly guest lectures at the School. He was the lead author for IATA's Guide on Best Practices Guide for cabin interior retrofits and entry into service programs. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, is regularly quoted in industry publications, and has appeared on CNN and NBC Nightly News as an aviation expert. He holds a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.




Committee Membership Roster Comments

Dr. George A. Lesieutre was appointed on January 17, 2020.


Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest

Disclosure of Conflict of Interest: Francis S. Heming, Jr.

The conflict of interest policy of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (http://www.nationalacademies.org/coi) prohibits the appointment of an individual to a committee authoring a Consensus Study Report if the individual has a conflict of interest that is relevant to the task to be performed. An exception to this prohibition is permitted if the National Academies determines that the conflict is unavoidable and the conflict is publicly disclosed. A determination of a conflict of interest for an individual is not an assessment of that individual's actual behavior or character or ability to act objectively despite the conflicting interest.
Dr. Francis S. Heming, Jr. has a conflict of interest in relation to his service on the Committee on the Technical Feasibility of In-cabin Wheelchair Restraint Systems because he consults for an aerospace company that supplies aircraft seats, other cabin interior products, and other aviation systems, equipment, and services to airlines and other owners of aircraft.
The National Academies has concluded that for this committee to accomplish the tasks for which it was established its membership must include at least one person who has detailed knowledge of federal and international standards governing the safety of aircraft seats and expertise in the engineering, testing, and certification of seats to meet these standards. It is reasonable to assume these safety standards would need to be met by wheelchairs when used as passenger seats on aircraft. As described in his biographical summary, Dr. Heming has extensive experience and specialized expertise in the testing and certification aircraft seats, including lengthy past service on relevant standards committees.
The National Academies has determined that the experience and expertise of Dr. Heming is needed for the committee to accomplish the task for which it has been established. The National Academies could not find another available individual with the equivalent experience and expertise who does not have a conflict of interest. Therefore, the National Academies has concluded that the conflict is unavoidable.
The National Academies believes that Dr. Heming can serve effectively as a member of the committee, and the committee can produce an objective report, taking into account the composition of the committee, the work to be performed, and the procedures to be followed in completing the study.

Disclosure of Conflict of Interest: Gary Weissel
The conflict of interest policy of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (http://www.nationalacademies.org/coi) prohibits the appointment of an individual to a committee authoring a Consensus Study Report if the individual has a conflict of interest that is relevant to the task to be performed. An exception to this prohibition is permitted if the National Academies determines that the conflict is unavoidable and the conflict is publicly disclosed. A determination of a conflict of interest for an individual is not an assessment of that individual's actual behavior or character or ability to act objectively despite the conflicting interest.
Mr. Gary Weissel has a conflict of interest in relation to his service on the Committee on the Technical Feasibility of In-cabin Wheelchair Restraint Systems because his firm has consulting agreements with airlines, including consulting on aircraft cabin interior planning and management.
The National Academies has concluded that for this committee to accomplish the tasks for which it was established its membership must include at least one person who has current experience in airline cabin interior arrangements. As described in his biographical summary, Mr. Weissel has extensive and broad current experience pertaining to aircraft interior design, modification, and conversions.
The National Academies has determined that the experience and expertise of Mr. Weissel is needed for the committee to accomplish the task for which it has been established. The National Academies could not find another available individual with the equivalent experience and expertise who does not have a conflict of interest. Therefore, the National Academies has concluded that the conflict is unavoidable.
The National Academies believes that Mr. Weissel can serve effectively as a member of the committee, and the committee can produce an objective report, taking into account the composition of the committee, the work to be performed, and the procedures to be followed in completing the study.

Events


Event Type :  
Meeting

Description :   

TRB is hosting a committee meeting (through web-conference) for the Study on the Feasibility of Wheelchair Restraint Systems in Passenger Aircraft on Monday, April 2020. The committee will examine the design, engineering, and safety requirements for installation and use of in-cabin wheelchair restraint systems and if feasible, the ways in which individuals with significant disabilities using wheelchairs, including power wheelchairs, can be accommodated with those systems. This project is funded by the U.S. Access Board, as required by the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2018.

The Webinar will be a two-part series; the morning session lasts from 10:15 AM to 12:30 PM Eastern, and the afternoon session goes from 1:30 PM through 3:45 PM Eastern.

We will update this site with a registration link soon. 


Registration for Online Attendance :   
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Registration for in Person Attendance :   
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If you would like to attend the sessions of this event that are open to the public or need more information please contact

Contact Name:  Anusha Jayasinghe
Contact Email:  Ajayasinghe@nas.edu
Contact Phone:  (202) 334-2401

Supporting File(s)
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Is it a Closed Session Event?
Some sessions are open and some sessions are closed

Publication(s) resulting from the event:

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Location:


U.S. Access Board Headquarters
1331 F Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC, 20004
USA

Event Type :  
Meeting

Description :   

TRB is hosting a committee meeting for the Study on the Feasibility of Wheelchair Restraint Systems in Passenger Aircraft on Wednesday, February 5, 2020. The committee will examine the design, engineering, and safety requirements for installation and use of in-cabin wheelchair restraint systems and if feasible, the ways in which individuals with significant disabilities using wheelchairs, including power wheelchairs, can be accommodated with those systems. This project is funded by the U.S. Access Board, as required by the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2018.

The morning session lasts from 10:15 AM to 11:30 PM Eastern, and the afternoon session goes from 12:45 through 5:15 PM Eastern. You must register in advance for each session separately. 
 
Register in advance to join the morning session remotely.

Register for Part 2 to join the afternoon session remotely.

Registration is free but required to join.

This event is meant to inform the research process for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine policy study. No certificates for educational credits will be provided.
 

Committee for a Study of the Feasibility of Wheelchair Restraint

Systems in Passenger Aircraft

First Meeting

Agenda

 

U.S. Access Board Headquarters

1331 F Street NW, Suite 800

Washington, DC

The Access Board offices are on the north side of F Street, across the street from the National Press Building

Wednesday, February 5, 2020 (Suite 800)

10:15   Welcome                                                                                 Chair
            Self-Introductions                                                                    Chair, members, others
            Overview of Study Charge, Process, Timeline                        Chair

10:30    Sponsor Briefing                                                                     Mario Damiani, Access Board
             Background/Origins of Study 
             Rationale for Commissioning NASEM                      
             Expectations/Statement of Task                                

11:00   Discussion of Statement of Task/Study Scope                        Chair/Committee

11:45   LUNCH

12:45   Wheelchair Users Perspectives                                              Lee Page, Heather Ansley, PVA                                                                                                                                                                                          Kelly Buckland, NCIL                                                                                                                                                                                                            Chris Wood, Flying Disabled

1:30     Airline Industry and Manufacturers Perspectives                   Doug Mullen, A4A                                                                                                                                                                                                            Paul Doell, NACA                                                                                                                                                                                                                Andrew Keleher, Boeing

2:15     Questions

2:45     BREAK

3:00     Relevant FAA Requirements/Considerations                         John Shelden, FAA

4:00     Innovations in Wheelchair Accessible Airplane Travel            Michele Erwin, All Wheels Up           
                                                                                                             Jon Gondek, Mike Kulig, Calspan  
                                                                                                             Oli Davalos, Qstraint                                                                                              
                                                                                                             William Meier, Quantum Rehab

5:30     ADJOURNMENT OF OPEN SESSION

Thursday, February 6, 2020 (U.S. Access Board – Suite 800)

10:00   Q&A with Sponsor                                                                   Committee/Access Board

11:00   ADJOURNMENT OF OPEN SESSION

 

 


Registration for Online Attendance :   
http://www.trb.org/Main/Blurbs/180140.aspx

Registration for in Person Attendance :   
NA


If you would like to attend the sessions of this event that are open to the public or need more information please contact

Contact Name:  Anusha Jayasinghe
Contact Email:  Ajayasinghe@nas.edu
Contact Phone:  (202) 334-2401

Is it a Closed Session Event?
Some sessions are open and some sessions are closed

Closed Session Summary Posted After the Event

The following committee members were present at the closed sessions of the event:

Jette
Oster
Erazo
Armenta
Hemming
Wiessel
Axelson
Cooper
Hunter-Zaworski
Manary
Hiatt

The following topics were discussed in the closed sessions:

Statement of Task, Bias/Conflict of Interest Discussion, Plans for Next Meetings, Assignments for Staff and Members

The following materials (written documents) were made available to the committee in the closed sessions:

none

Date of posting of Closed Session Summary:
February 10, 2020
Publication(s) resulting from the event:

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Publications

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Publications

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