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2009 ITS Midwest Annual Meeting

2009 ITS Midwest Annual Meeting

October 7-8, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN
ITS Midwest held its Annual Meeting on October 7-8, in Indianapolis at the Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts.

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SMART's Sustainable Urban Mobility & Accessibility Summit

Nov.  9-12, 2009, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor

 

This November, SMART's Sustainable Urban Mobility & Accessibility Summit was back by popular demand at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Moving Minds: The Next Transportation Infrastructure brought researchers together with business leaders, entrepreneurs, practitioners and policy makers from around the world.

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9th International Conference on ITS Telecommunications

Oct. 20-22, 2009 - Lille, France

 

The 9th International Conference on ITS Telecommunications was held on October 20-22, 2009 in LILLE (North of France) at Nouveau Siecle congress centre. The theme of this year event was "NTIC for ITS to increase traffic efficiency and optimize transport modes under safety and security constraints".

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12th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems

October 18-20, 2009 - Detroit, Michigan

 

The IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS) sponsored its 12th international conference on basic research and applications of leading advances in communications, computer, control, and electronics technologies related to Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).

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Sustainability, Social Responsibility, Energy Conservation & Fall Maintenance Conference

October 4-6, 2009 - St. Louis, Missouri

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ITS Fall Industry Forum

October 13, 2009 - St Paul, MN

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ITS World Congress 2009

September 21-25, 2009, Stockholm, Sweden

The 16th annual ITS World Congress and Exhibition was held in Stockholm, 21-25 September 2009. The international ITS community participated in this prestigious event in significant numbers and there will be many opportunities to take part as a delegate, speaker, exhibitor and visitor. The ITS World Congress 2009 has been organized by ITS Congress Association and Brintex, on behalf of ERTICO – ITS Europe, in co-operation with the Swedish Road Administration, Vinnova (Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems), ITS Sweden and City of Stockholm.

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IBTTA's 77th Annual Meeting & Exhibition

September 13-16, 2009, Chicago, Illinois

IBTTA's 77th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, September 13-16, 2009, in Chicago, Illinois, has been the most significant gathering of toll industry leaders and business partners in the world.

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National Rural ITS Conference

August 23-27, 2009, Seaside, Oregon

The 2009 National Rural ITS Conference (NRITS)  was held in Seaside, Oregon

For more information: National Rural ITS Conference

TransportationMATTERS first annual membership meeting

August 19, 2009, Columbus, Ohio

TransportationMATTERS organized its first annual membership meeting. More information in the related ITS Midwest News Release.

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12th Maintenance Management Conference

July 19-23, 2009, Annapolis, Maryland

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Highway Subcommittee on Maintenance and the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Maintenance Committees organize and conduct conferences every three years to provide information on the state-of-the-art in maintenance operations and management to professionals responsible for maintaining highways. Areas of interest correspond to the AASHTO Task Force and Focus Group areas of bridges, contract maintenance, equipment, management systems, pavements, performance measures, research, roadside & environment, snow & ice, traffic services & safety, and workforce development. The 12th Maintenance Management Conference is being hosted by the Maryland Department of Transportation and cosponsored by the Federal Highway Administration. The Conference will be held in Annapolis, Maryland from July 19-23, 2009.

For more information:
 12th TRB Maintenance Management Conference

2009 Joint TRB Summer Meeting - "Forging Ahead in Uncertain Times"

July 19-22, 2009, Seattle, Washington

Join over 300 transportation professionals participating in the midyear meetings of more than 30 TRB committees. In open committee meetings, joint collaborative discussions, and general sessions, transportation professionals specializing in planning, policy, economics, freight, and data systems will share information on how transportation agencies are dealing with uncertain times. Plus, attend optional workshops before and after the meeting. Early bird registration expires April 19, 2009.
Please note also the following:
TRB is sponsoring the "Northwest Traffic Data Workshop: Successful Strategies in Data Collection, Analysis and Use" on July 22, 2009, in Seattle Washington. The workshop, which will be held immediately after the conclusion of the TRB Joint Summer Meeting, will explore strategies for collecting, analyzing, disseminating, and using traffic data. Early bird registration expires April 19, 2009.

For more information and to register:
2009 Joint Summer Meeting and Northwest Traffic Data Workshop

8th International Conference on the Bearing Capacity of Roads, Railways, and Airfields

June 29 - July 2, 2009, Champaign, Illinois, USA

The 8th International Conference on the Bearing Capacity of Roads, Railways, and Airfields was held in Champaign, Illinois, USA from 29 June-2 July 2009. The Conference has been organized by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Illinois Department of Transportation. The BCR2A'09 Conference provided an important opportunity to share experiences and innovative ideas from all over the world concerning the many issues pertaining to the bearing capacity of highway and airfield pavements and railroad track structures.

For more information: BCR2A'09 Conference

International Symposium on Freeway and Tollway Operations

June 21 - 24, 2009, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

The Second International Symposium on Freeway and Tollway Operations was held in Honolulu, Hawaii on June 21 - 24, 2009 and had Active Management of expressway facilities as its core theme. It brought together freeway and tollway operators, practitioners and researchers specializing in freeway, highway toll operations and capacity analysis to:

* Capture the state of the practice in freeway and tollway operations including current programs and planned initiatives for active management.
* Assess costs and benefits of active management.
* Discuss traffic management centers (TMC) vis-à-vis ITS, managed lanes, and active management.
* Explore the potential benefits of using managed lanes, tolling, pricing, and other strategies to improve traffic operations on congested freeways.
* Finalize the 2010 edition of the Highway Capacity Manual.

For more information: ISFO 2009

ITS America's 2009 Annual Meeting & Exposition

June 1-3, 2009, National Harbor, Maryland

The theme of the 2009 ITS America annual meeting was "Moving America Forward". The event was held at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland from June 1-3, 2009.
ITS America’s 2009 Annual Meeting & Exposition has been a highly anticipated three-day learning and networking event which attracted the most diverse transportation audience from across the country in one place. This event featured panel sessions, poster sessions, interactive seminars, renowned industry speakers, informative exhibits and hands-on technology demonstrations, technical tours, and receptions.
Please contact Nicole Oliphant at noliphant@itsa.org if you have additional questions.

For more information: 2009 ITS America Annual Meeting & Exposition

12th TRB National Transportation Planning Applications Conference

May 17-21, 2009, Houston, Texas

The 12th TRB National Transportation Planning Applications Conference was held at the beautiful Hyatt Regency in downtown Houston, Texas on May 17-21, 2009.

The Conference goal was to provide an outlet for new techniques and methods.

For more information: 12th TRB National Transportation Planning Applications Conference

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Illinois Tollway Seminar on Intelligent Transportation Systems

Wednesday, May 20, 2009 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Oak Brook Hills Marriott Resort, Oak Brook, Illinois

This one day seminar was jam packed with speakers from IDOT, Illinois Tollway and many more ready to discuss the critical role of ITS in the Tollway's mission and the importance of consultants and contractors understanding ITS Deployment.

Public Meeting on IntelliDriveSM Proof of Concept (POC) Results and Findings

May 19, 2009 in Novi, Michigan

USDOT's Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) program is now being branded as "IntelliDrive." USDOT has completed a proof of concept and is holding a public meeting to discuss the results and the next steps towards deployment. For those who cannot travel to Michigan for this meeting, they are broadcasting the event via the internet. See below for registration information and check the related news release for more details.

This event was held on May 19, 2009 at the Sheraton Detroit Novi, in Novi, Michigan.
For information:
Intellidrive POC page or contact Chris Lane at clane@itsa.org or Brei Whitty at bwhitty@itsa.org .

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TransportationMATTERS regional kick-offs

Dayton on May 13, 1:30 - 3 p.m.
Cincinnati on May 21, 9:30 - 11 a.m.
Toledo on June 17, 2pm

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Transit ITS Regional Workshop

April 29-30, 2009, Chicago, IL

The National Transit Institute, in collaboration with the FTA conducted a Transit ITS Regional Workshop on April 29 - 30, 2009 in Chicago, IL. The workshop was hosted by FTA Region V and the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning.

This was an introductory level workshop geared to transit professionals including planners, engineers, and operations managers that will be involved in the planning, implementation, and ongoing management of transit ITS applications.

Midwest Traffic Monitoring Data Workshop: Successful Strategies in Collection and Analysis

March 24-25, 2009, ODOT, Columbus, Ohio

This workshop, targeted at a Midwestern audience, will bring together those producing and using traffic data. The program is oriented to sharing experiences, approaches and challenges among the public agencies, especially those using traffic data as a fundamental input to corridor management plans.

For more information and to register:

Midwest Traffic Monitoring Data Workshop

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Past Training Courses, Web casts

Patterson Lecture Series @ Northwestern University Transportation Center:
"Focus Transportation: Humanitarian Relief Through Better Technology" a lecture by Governor Scott McCallum

Wed. April 22, 2009 - 7:30 pm
James L. Allen Center - Tribune Auditorium 2169 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL

This year the feature speaker at the Annual Patterson Lecture hosted by the NU Transportation Center was Governor Scott McCallum, President and CEO of Aidmatrix Foundation.  More details to be found in the related ITS Midwest News Release.

The Annual Patterson Lecture is named for William A. "Pat" Patterson, former president and CEO of United Airlines, lifetime trustee of Northwestern University, and co-founder of the Transportation Center. For 25 years, the annual Patterson Lecture has been a high point in the year of the Transportation Center. The series has featured speakers from Alfred Kahn to Herb Kelleher.

RELATED ITS MIDWEST NEWS RELEASE

TRB Webinars

Dec. 1, 2009 Advancing Road Weather Management Using Clarus Data
Sep. 10, 2009 U.S. Transportation System Scenarios to 2050 in a World Addressing Climate Change
Jul. 13, 2009 How to Write an Effective Research Statement

T3 Webinars

      Oct. 27, 2009  
Update on Version 6.1 of the National ITS Architecture

The Architecture provides a common framework for planning, defining, and integrating intelligent transportation systems. It is a mature product that reflects the contributions of a broad cross-section of the ITS community (transportation practitioners, systems engineers, system developers, technology specialists, consultants, etc.). The National Architecture is required on ITS projects receiving funding in whole or in part from the Highway Trust Fund, including the Mass Transit Account...
 

The Architecture provides a common framework for planning, defining, and integrating intelligent transportation systems. It is a mature product that reflects the contributions of a broad cross-section of the ITS community (transportation practitioners, systems engineers, system developers, technology specialists, consultants, etc.). The National Architecture is required on ITS projects receiving funding in whole or in part from the Highway Trust Fund, including the Mass Transit Account.
This T3 will focus on new features found in Version 6.1 of the National ITS Architecture and the new Version 4.1 of the Turbo Architecture Software. This T3 Webinar is not an overview of the National ITS Architecture but will address some history and background. All transportation professionals are welcomed to attend but participants familiar with the National ITS Architecture will benefit most from the content being presented.
Resources for the use of the ITS Architecture will be discussed. Visit the FHWA Office of Operations for ITS Architecture Implementation Program for a list of resources for new and experienced users of the National ITS Architecture.
Audience:
Anyone involved in planning, implementation, and operation of ITS systems, including Federal, State, and local transportation professionals, Metropolitan Planning Office staff, systems engineers, system developers, technology specialists, and consultants.

Interested? For more information visit:
National ITS Architecture Update: New Features of the Latest Version of the National ITS Architecture (Version 6.1)

Transcript:  Webinar transcript

      Oct. 21, 2009  
Overview and Use of Transit Operations Decision Support Systems (TODSS): A USDOT Pilot Expert System for Transit Bus Fleet Management

Many transit agencies have implemented automatic vehicle location (AVL) / computer-aided dispatch (CAD) systems to manage real-time bus operations. These systems generate large quantities of data, and dispatchers typically do not have sufficient time to digest the data for decision making in a normal operating environment or are unable to recognize patterns of operational problems...
 

Many transit agencies have implemented automatic vehicle location (AVL) / computer-aided dispatch (CAD) systems to manage real-time bus operations. These systems generate large quantities of data, and dispatchers typically do not have sufficient time to digest the data for decision making in a normal operating environment or are unable to recognize patterns of operational problems. A solution to this problem is decision support tools for dispatchers or "Transit Operations Decision Support Systems (TODSS)." TODSS are expert systems designed to support dispatchers in real-time bus operations management in response to incidents, special events, and other changing conditions in order to restore service when disruptions occur.
To support the development of TODSS, the USDOT worked with the transit industry to develop core requirements and then, via a cooperative agreement, worked with Pace Suburban Bus Service and Continental Corporation to develop and demonstrate a TODSS prototype based on the core requirements. The TODDS prototype became operational in April 2009.
This T3 Webinar will discuss the results of the USDOT sponsored TODSS project and provide a demonstration of the pilot TODSS. Specifically, Yehuda Gross of the RITA ITS Joint Program Office and Steve Mortensen of FTA will discuss the background of the TODSS development effort, followed by David Jackson of Booz Allen Hamilton who will give an overview of TODSS and discuss the types of incidents that the system addresses. John Braband and Tariq Khan from Pace Suburban Bus Service will then provide a live demonstration of TODSS, followed by Bill Hiller of Logged On Transit and Dan Spinks of Continental Corporation who will discuss TODSS benefits and highlight some of the key lessons learned to date. Yehuda Gross will wrap up the webinar by identifying USDOT potential next steps for TODSS.
Audience:
Transit agency bus operations managers and practitioners, and transit ITS vendors and consultants interested in learning about the functionality, capabilities, and value of transit bus fleet management expert systems such as TODSS.

Interested? For more information visit:
Transit Operations Decision Support Systems (TODSS): A USDOT Pilot Expert System for Transit Bus Fleet Management

Transcript:  Webinar transcript

      Oct. 13, 2009  
Best Practices for Developing an Integrated and Effective Road Weather Information System (RWIS): Developing an RWIS Concept of Operations

Road Weather Information Systems (RWIS) can assist transportation agencies in determining current and impending road conditions, especially as they relate to the approach of weather events. This information has many uses, with one of the most important being interagency use to assist in scheduling and deploying winter maintenance activities. This information also gives roadway agencies the ability to provide real-time roadway condition information to the traveling public as weather events approach, occur, or have passed through....
 

As with any ITS deployment, the Concept of Operations (ConOps) servers a foundation document that frames the overall system and sets the technical course for the project. The RWIS ConOps allows RWIS stakeholders to reach a shared understanding of the system to be developed and how it will be operated and maintained. The ConOps also serves as the basis for the RWIS system requirements developed in the next phase of the Systems Engineering process. The following speakers will share their experiences and best practices for developing a RWIS ConOps:
* Mike Adams (Wisconsin DOT) will provide an overview of technical assistance resources that are available for deploying RWIS and the importance of developing a ConOps.
* Dave Van Stensel (Michigan DOT) will present on the importance of defining and understanding the scope of work, engaging stakeholders, identifying training needs and learning from the success or failures of other agencies.
* Scott Greene (Michigan DOT) will talk about the importance of engaging the appropriate stakeholders.
* Dawn Gustafson (Michigan DOT) will talk about the successful outcomes of effectively deployed RWIS in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and the benefits of co-locating RWIS with existing asset inventories, such as power and communication availabilities.
Audience:
 All stakeholders that would be involved in creating an RWIS ConOps, including:
* State and local transportation engineers.
* Planners in Metropolitan Planning Organizations.
* Winter road maintenance providers at State, county, municipal agencies.
* Traffic Management Centers (TMC) personnel.
* Law enforcement, fire, emergency management, and first responders.
* Information technology and data providers, including agency users of RWIS data and RWIS vendors.
* Towing and recovery operators.
* Individuals involved in travel information services, including 511 services and State police.
* Weather Service Providers, including NOAA/NWS, private sector surface transportation weather services.

Interested? For more information visit:
Best Practices for Developing an Integrated and Effective Road Weather Information System (RWIS): Developing an RWIS Concept of Operations

Transcript:  Webinar transcript

      Aug. 26, 2009  
TSAG Case Studies Workshop and Webinar
A Rural Emergency Incident
Utah US Route 163 Motor Coach Crash

This workshop and webinar is a unique learning opportunity offered by the Transportation Safety Advancement Group (TSAG) and the ITS Professional Capacity Building Program's Talking Technology & Transportation (T3) Program at the ITS Joint Program Office, U.S. DOT. The workshop will be presented to a live audience at the workshop location as well as to remote T3 webinar participants. T3 participants are invited to submit written questions before the Webinar as well as during workshop question and answer periods...
 

Webinar participants may attend remotely for any portion of the 3-hour workshop. An audio of the event's proceedings, synchronized with its presentations, will be available in the T3 Webinar archives approximately 4 weeks after the workshop.
Audience:
Workshop participants include TSAG members, NRITS registrants, the T3 Webinar/ITS community, and other guests. Webinar target audience includes state and local public safety interests, including public safety managers and transportation operations, emergency communications, and emergency public safety practitioners. Additionally, private and academic and safety and technology research interests are encouraged to participate.

Interested? For more information visit:
TSAG Case Studies Workshop and Webinar: A Rural Emergency Incident, Utah US Route 163 Motor Coach Crash

Transcript:  Webinar Transcript

      Aug. 18, 2009  
Where is the "IT" in ITS?

IT and ITS have a common technical framework and similar technical challenges. As such, practitioners in both fields have much to gain by partnering together...
 

IT and ITS have a common technical framework and similar technical challenges. As such, practitioners in both fields have much to gain by partnering together. The Oregon and New Hampshire State Departments of Transportation will present their experiences in bringing these different organizational groups together to promote efficient and successful ITS project deployment based on systems engineering principles. Each agency will share their successes, challenges, and lessons learned with the organizational and technical issues these new partnerships engender. Representatives from both agencies will discuss the ways that IT and ITS staff in program offices collaborate to support ITS deployments, making this an informative and interesting session and providing the audience with practical steps for initiating and maintaining collaborative, cross-departmental work partnerships. This webinar is part of a webinar series on Systems Engineering for ITS projects. Many agencies use their Information Technology group as a source for systems engineering and information technology skills and as a way to build competency across different agency departments.
Audience:
 * Individuals involved in planning, deploying, and operating ITS
 * ITS and IT staff and managers
 * Human Resource and workforce development professionals

Interested? For more information visit:
Where is the "IT" in ITS?

Transcript:  Webinar transcript

      Jul. 23, 2009
1:00 - 2:30 PM ET
 
Advancing Traffic Signal Management Programs through Regional Collaboration

This T3 webinar will explore Regional Traffic Signal Management Programs from an intuitional and organizational perspective...
 

This T3 webinar will explore Regional Traffic Signal Management Programs from an intuitional and organizational perspective. Over the last decade, Regional Traffic Signal Management Programs have developed in many metropolitan areas with the primary objective of improving traffic signal timing. How successful have these programs been at achieving and sustaining this objective? What types of organizational structures, funding, and technology facilitate the operation of the system? There are many approaches to starting, organizing, and sustaining regional programs; a cross section of these, will be explored from the perspective of State DOTs, Metropolitan Planning Organizations and Local Agencies. The activities, funding sources and champions that sustain regional programs are as diverse as the regions themselves; exploring and discussing these is an important step in improving and advancing traffic signal operations nationally. The webinar will include brief presentations describing each regional traffic signal program followed by a Question & Answer discussion of questions submitted by webinar participants.
Audience:
Politicians, managers and practitioners interested in improving traffic signal management, operations and maintenance practices to reduce the impacts of traffic signals on climate change, improve the quality of life of customers and advancing a world class transportation system that interoperates across multiple modes and facilities.

Interested? For more information and to register visit:
Advancing Traffic Signal Management Programs through Regional Collaboration

Transcript:  Webinar transcript

      June 3, 2009
1:00 - 2:30 PM ET
 
Minneapolis I-35 Bridge Collapse - A Major Emergency Incident: TSAG Case Studies Workshop & Webinar

This Workshop reviews the 2007 I-35 (MN) Bridge Collapse. On August 1, 2007, the Interstate 35W Bridge collapsed into the Mississippi River during rush hour in the City of Minneapolis...
 

This Workshop reviews the 2007 I-35 (MN) Bridge Collapse. On August 1, 2007, the Interstate 35W Bridge collapsed into the Mississippi River during rush hour in the City of Minneapolis. The 1,907-foot bridge fell into the Mississippi River and onto roadways below. The span was packed with rush hour traffic, and dozens of vehicles fell with the bridge leaving scores of dazed commuters scrambling for their lives. Case Studies Workshop presenters walk the audience through the tragic events of the day, focusing on 9-1-1 operations, Police, Fire, and EMS response, as well as the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) activation and management. Presenters share lessons learned and highlight the performance of the Minneapolis 911 Center, of local emergency responders and of operations strategies and technologies at the time of and responding to the incident.
Audience: Workshop participants include TSAG members and guests. Webinar target audience includes other state and local public safety interests, including public safety managers and transportation operations, emergency communications, and emergency public safety practitioners.

Interested? For more information visit:
Minneapolis I-35 Bridge Collapse - A Major Emergency Incident: TSAG Case Studies Workshop & Webinar

Transcript:  Webinar transcript

      May 21, 2009
1:00 - 2:30 PM ET
 
Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG 9-1-1) Summit for Large Cities

This webinar provided a briefing on the status of the NG 9-1-1 Initiative and other development efforts and describe the transition to the National E-911 Implementation Coordination Office that is currently underway.
Audience: This summit targets 9-1-1 stakeholders, public safety communications professionals and other interested parties in the future planning of the nation's emergency call centers.

Interested? For more information visit:
Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG 9-1-1) Summit for Large Cities

Transcript:  Webinar Transcript

      May 6, 2009
1:00 - 2:30 PM ET
 
Performance Measures - A Case Study in Progress Webinar

Webinar on Georgia DOT's efforts to develop Operations performance measurements for monitoring progress toward specific and define organizational objectives.
The presenters will describe the reason, vision and process for updating their current performance measures report. A primary motivator for embarking on this endeavor is to support the continual process improvement of Traffic Management Centers' operations. The intent of this T3 is to share the successes and pitfalls in addition to stressing the importance of a holistic approach to measuring performance.

Interested? For more information visit:
Performance Measures - A Case Study in Progress Webinar

Transcript:  Webinar transcript

      Apr. 15, 2009
1:00 - 2:30 PM ET
 
A new approach to traffic signal timing education and training: Mobile Signal Timing Training (MOST)

This T3 webinar introduces Mobile Signal Timing (MOST) training, an exciting new approach to learning traffic signal timing. MOST uses a simulated traffic signal environment to provide traffic engineers with immediate visual feedback on how changes to signal timing parameters affect the quality of traffic operations at a signalized intersection. This T3 webinar will provide an overview of the tools and concepts used in the MOST training, and will include demonstrations of the laboratories and the simulation software as it responds to real-world signal timing scenarios. The MOST training is currently being developed and is geared toward practicing traffic engineers in state or local transportation agencies, as well as toward new engineers embarking on their career. This webinar is an overview of the simulations and tools used in MOST training. It's intended to highlight the unique delivery of MOST training. It is not the full MOST training course...

Interested? For more information visit:
"a new approach to traffic signal timing education and training: Mobile Signal Timing Training (MOST)"

Transcript:  Webinar Files

About the T3 Webinars:
T3 Webinars are sponsored by the U.S. DOT's ITS Professional Capacity Building (ITS PCB) Program. Visit the ITS PCB website for more information about T3 and other ITS PCB sponsored learning opportunities.
Recordings & Transcripts
For information on recordings and transcripts of past "T3 Webinars":
» T3 Archive - ITS PCB website

CITE Blended Courses

Date Seminar Title
      June - July 2009  
Fundamentals of Database Management Systems  - Instructor-led, Web-based ("Blended") Version

Free "Talking Operations" Web Casts

Date Seminar Title
Dec. 2, 2009 Implementing Active Traffic Management (ATM) on the I-35W MnPASS Express Lanes
Oct. 7, 2009 SR 167 HOT Lanes Pilot Project Annual Performance Summary
Aug. 19, 2009 Using Incentive Payments to Affect Commuting Behavior
Aug. 6, 2009 Integrating Weather Information in TMC Operations
Jun. 3, 2009 Incorporating Pricing into the Long Range Planning Process
May 28, 2009 Work Zone Performance Measurement
May 20, 2009 Higher Productivity Trucks
Apr. 15, 2009 National Freight Performance Measurement Data Dissemination Tool
Apr. 1st, 2009 I-95 Express Lanes in Florida: Project Update

Recordings & Transcripts
For information on recordings and transcripts of past "Talking Operations" seminars:
Records and Transcripts - NTOC website

Free "Talking Freight" Web Casts

Date Seminar Title
Dec. 16, 2009 Freight Fee Structures
Nov. 18, 2009 Security and System Resiliency
Oct. 21, 2009 The Panama Canal Widening and Implications for Gulf & Atlantic Coast Ports
Sep. 16, 2009 Institutional Arrangements
Aug. 19, 2009 Highway Networks and their Relationship to Freight
Jul. 15, 2009 Credit Crunch and Impacts on Freight Transportation
Jun. 17, 2009 Climate Change
Jun. 9, 2009 TIGER Discretionary Grants Program
May 20, 2009 Higher Productivity Trucks
Apr. 15, 2009 National Freight Performance Measurement Data Dissemination Tool
Mar. 18, 2009 Freight Corridor Programs
Feb. 18, 2009 Moving Size and Weight Enforcement to the 21st Century
Jan. 21, 2009 Surface Freight Transportation Responsibilities: Who Does What?

Recordings & Transcripts
For information on recordings and transcripts of past "Talking Freight" seminars:
Records and Transcripts - FWHA website

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