Real-time and archived crowdsourced data, particularly when integrated with traditional transportation data, helps agencies better understand and plan for arterial operations. This webinar features presentation from three agencies on their use of multiple crowdsourced data and analytics tools to improve roadway operations:
- Real-time Arterial Monitoring and Management in New Jersey – Kelly McVeigh, Supervising Highway Engineer, New Jersey Department of Transportation.
- Lafayette Storm Mode Program Accelerates Arterial Resiliency – Ashley Moran, Planner, Acadiana Planning Commission and Hunter Fontenot, Electrical Engineer, Lafayette Consolidated Government.
- Improving Austin Arterial Operations using Crowdsourced Data and Analytics - Allyson Richey, Mobility Management Center Manager, the City of Austin/Kimley Horn.
This webinar is a part of the Adventures in Crowdsourcing (AiC) webinar series sponsored by the FHWA EDC-6 Crowdsourcing for Advancing Operations Innovation. The AiC webinar series highlights innovative applications of crowdsourced data and shares crowdsourcing building blocks that will help agencies garner the greatest value from crowdsourced data. To learn more, please reach out to the Innovation co-leads, James Colyar, Greg Jones, or Ralph Volpe.
More information on the Every Day Counts initiative, including prevoius webinars, can be found here: https://transportationops.org/edc
Learning Objectives:Learn good practices and lessons from peer transportation agencies regarding the application of crowdsourced data for better arterial operations and planning.
James Colyar, FHWA Office of Operations