Transportation Systems Management & Operations Program Planning: Developing and Sustaining a TSMO Mission for Your Organization

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Overview

The FHWA Organizing and Planning for Operations Team invites you to a webinar summarizing FHWA’s recent efforts in advancing TSMO program planning. The webinar will provide an overview of the recent FHWA primer on TSMO program planning and will feature updates from TSMO leaders at three State departments of transportation (DOTs) that recently hosted FHWA program planning workshops. In addition, FHWA will provide a synopsis of the TSMO Program Planning Roundtables. TSMO program planning facilitates integration and mainstreaming of TSMO within a transportation organization to support new and evolving roles and responsibilities of these organizations. Through TSMO program planning, State DOTs create and sustain a TSMO mission for their organization and support the effective delivery of a TSMO program. TSMO program planning identifies the strategic, programmatic, and tactical elements needed to advance TSMO as a critical part of an organization’s mission.

Learning Objectives

  • Overview of FHWA Primer on Transportation Systems Management and Operations(TSMO) program planning
  • State perpective on Transportation Systems Management and Operations(TSMO) program planning
  • TSMO program plan development roundtable trends

Moderator

Jocelyn Bauer, Leidos

Presenters

Jim Hunt, Federal Highway Administration(FHWA) Office of Operations, Jim Hunt is a Transportation Specialist in the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Operations where he develops guidance and leads research in the Planning for Operations, Operations Organizational Business Practices, Performance Based Practical Design, and Active Transportation and Demand Management Programs. Previously Jim served as the ITS/Operations Engineer for FHWA in the Pennsylvania and Virginia Division Offices and also worked as a consultant supporting the National ITS Architecture program and several state and local ITS planning projects. He holds a B.S. in Engineering from Hofstra University, an M.S. in Transportation Planning from Iowa State University, and is a registered P.E. in Virginia. Jim Hunt is a Transportation Specialist in the FHWA Office of Operations. He manages projects related to Operations Planning and Design, Organizing for Operations, and Active Transportation and Demand Management. Jim holds a B.S. in Engineering from Hofstra University, an M.S. in Transportation Planning from Iowa State University, and is a registered P.E.

Pat Noyes, Pat Noyes & Associates, Pat is a national leader in transportation systems management and operations with extensive experience in transportation planning, traffic engineering, stakeholder engagement and decision support. She integrates technical expertise in transportation engineering with facilitation, conflict resolution skills and emergency response experience to develop comprehensive programs and management systems.

Susan Anderson, Arizona DOT, Susan Anderson is the process manager with over 20 years of experience on various transportation planning and design efforts throughout Arizona. Successful project manager with excellent record of producing accurate and timely products with high profit margin. Principal strengths include leadership, communication, time management, and mentorship and development of junior staff.

Monica Harwood, Washington State DOT

Rod Schilling, Nevada DOT

Daniel Grate, FHWA Resource Center

Target Audience

State and local transportation agency engineering and technical staff interested in Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) program planning.


Event Type

  • Webinar

Content Type

  • Presentation

Role in Organization

  • Associate Engineer
  • CEO / GM / Commissioner
  • Director / Program Manager
  • Engineer
  • Principal Engineer
  • Researcher/Academic
  • Senior Engineer
  • Senior Manager
  • Transportation Planner

Publishing Organization

  • NOCoE

Objective

  • Learning
  • Networking

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Issue Date
September 5th, 2018
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