TSSC Review Request

Fill out the survey based on your profession

This year we have designed google polls to collect your choices for the reviews.

Please select the appropriate poll based on your current employment. The papers that get enough number of reviewers will be automatically eliminated from the poll. So please fill out your choices as soon as possible to get your first picks.

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Public Employees (DOTs, cities, counties, etc.) Link: https://goo.gl/forms/zsjS3WpwtUG4uq5B2

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Private Employees (Consultants, Manufacturers etc.) Link: https://goo.gl/forms/AvxkdS8hoqnHZm4v2

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Academic (University, Research Labs, Graduate Students etc.) Link: https://goo.gl/forms/gQDDL6fFIinfJNWu1
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Also, if you have any conflict of interest with a paper – which we understand you may not know until you get the assignment and see who wrote the paper – please let us know as soon as possible.

We will begin to make paper assignments as soon as possible and our plan is to have assigned the majority of the reviews by August 20 so that everybody has sufficient time to complete the reviews. Reviews are due September 15, 2015.

 
TRB’s review guidelines can be found here:
 
If you have students, colleagues, friends, or others that would be interested in reviewing papers, please share the email with them. Again, ask them to select the polls based on their current employment.

Please be mindful that we need high quality reviews that are constructive to the authors. We would prefer you select fewer papers and do an excellent job of determining the contribution and quality of each paper. We need high quality reviews to find the best contributions. Please make sure to provide sufficient comments to justify your scores to assist with presentation and publication decsions.
Also, please use the confidential notes to the chair to let me know if a paper should be considered for any award, including the Traffic Signal Systems Committee Best Paper award (for both the research & practice-oriented categories).

Thanks. We look forward to seeing all of you at TRB in January!

 

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