Traffic Incident Management Benefit-Cost (TIM-BC) Tool: Potential Improvements

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Start Date:

February 28, 2022 from 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm EST

PDH Credit

2.0

Summary:

As part of the transportation systems management and operations (TSMO) project, the Saxton Transportation Operations Laboratory (Saxton Lab) is working to improve the Traffic Incident Management Benefit-Cost (TIM-BC) tool and would like to get user feedback. This webinar will provide a quick overview of the TIM-BC tool developed through the FHWA’s Office of Operations Research and Development. The tool calculates program costs and benefits for a variety of TIM strategies including, but not limited to, safety service patrol, driver removal laws, and dispatch colocation. There will be opportunities for attendees to provide feedback on the existing tool and future improvements.

Download the TIM-BC tool before the webinar: https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/software/research/operations/timbc/

Target Audience

  • Transportation agencies & Infrastructure Owner Operators
  • University researchers
  • Developers and deployers of CDA technology

Learning Objectives

Participants will learn about the tool’s capabilities from Saxton Lab engineers and developers and have the opportunity to provide feedback and ask questions through a facilitated discussion.

Moderator

  • Steven Vu (Leidos)

Presenters

  • Paul Jodoin (FHWA)
  • Yingyan Lou (Leidos)
  • Sujith Racha (Leidos)

Cost:

Free


Event Type:

Webinar

Organizational Capability Element:

  • Economic Analysis of Reliability/Costs and Benefits
  • Traffic Incident Management

Operations Area of Practice:

  • Economic and Investment Analysis Tools
  • Roadway Safety Services / Roadway Safety Patrol
  • Traffic Incident Management