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Using Operations Data to Support Mainstreaming TSMO

Start Date:

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PDH Credit

1.50

Summary:

This webinar is part of an FHWA Office of Operations project to support mainstreaming Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) in transportation agencies. The webinar will explore how the use of operations data for decision making in an agency can advance and integrate TSMO, leading to mainstreaming. Examples from several transportation agencies will illustrate a range of applications of operations data to support decision making, from real time to long range investments. Examples include operations data used for:

  • Making the business case for TSMO
  • Identifying TSMO strategies
  • Helping TSMO solutions compete during planning and programming
  • TSMO investment prioritization
  • Safety improvements

Learning Objectives:

<ul> <li>Gain insights on using operations data to make the business case for TSMO</li> <li>Become familiar with the use of data to support evaluation of TSMO strategies in planning and programming processes</li> <li>Understand how operations data can be used to identify transportation needs and solutions in other transportation disciplines</li> <li>Gain perspective on the use of operations data by different agencies to mainstream TSMO</li> </ul>

Instructors:

Moderator

  • Pat Noyes, Pat Noyes & Associates

Presenters

  • Tracy Scriba, Federal Highway Administration
  • Jocelyn Bauer, Leidos
  • Rod Schilling, Nevada DOT
  • Raj Ponnaluri, Florida DOT
  • Natalie Bettger, North Central Texas Council of Governments

Target Audience:

State, regional, and local transportation agencies interested in mainstreaming and advancing TSMO in their organizations. This includes managers and staff in the areas of operations, planning, project development, program management, and programming.

Event Type:

Webinar

Organizational Capability Element:

    Local government/MPO/RTPA cooperation