Advancing Mode Options in Managed Lane Projects

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Start Date:

July 09, 2020 from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm EDT

Summary:

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Operations is currently providing information and assistance on the integration of emerging mobility into transportation management*. One specific type of innovative transportation management strategy is managed lanes. This webinar is designed to explore specific ways to integrate such concepts as mobility on demand, information technology and behavioral economics into managed lane projects in order to enhance alternative mode use in managed lane corridors.

*FHWA generally defines the Integration of Emerging Mobility into Transportation Management as: New options, choices and efficiencies are available for personal travel through the convergence and integration of infrastructure, services, technologies, incentives and policies.  These may include tactics like: improved integration of real-time data, proactive demand management in operations, and use of advanced technology and multi-modal opportunities to facilitate on-demand mobility.

Target Audience

  • Agencies and professionals with an interest in maximizing person throughput on managed lanes, including: TDM programs, planners, alternative mode service providers, facility operators and private information brokers.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn new and enhanced strategies to improve the offer and use of Enhanced Mobility options to maximize effectiveness and efficiency of managed lane facilities.

 

Moderators

  • Jim Hunt, FHWA Office of Operations
  • Eric N. Schreffler, Transportation Consultant (ICF team)

Presenters

  • Ben Owen, NVTC, Commuter Choice projects in I-66 and I-395 Corridors Virginia
  • Silva Mardrussian, LA Metro, I-10/I-110 Express lanes Carpool and Transit rewards
  • Kim Comstock, Commute.org and City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo, US101 Carpool2.0

 


Event Type:

Webinar

Organizational Capability Element:

  • Active Traffic Management/Travel Demand Management/Pricing

Operations Area of Practice:

  • Corridor and Arterial Traffic Management
  • Travel Demand Management