To help practitioners in State DOTs, MPOs, and other transportation agencies to learn more about Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) program planning practices and lessons learned. During this webinar, participants will hear from States that both that have recently completed development of TSMO program plans and those that have plan implementation underway. Target Audience Transportation agencies and practitioners who are currently or seeking to develop a TSMO program plan. Learning Objectives To discuss valuable lessons from agencies that have recently completed or are in the process of developing a TSMO program plan.
Michael Grant, ICF Danielle Stanislaus, Emergent Transportation Concepts Presenters
Jim Hunt, Federal Highway Administration Brian Kary, Minnesota Department of Transportation : 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.
Joey Sagal, Maryland Department of Transportation Chris Hilyer, Alabama DOT: Joey Sagal is the director of Maryland’s CHART (Coordinated Highway Action Response Team) program, including statewide traffic incident management and response, a Statewide Operations Center, three regional Traffic Operations Centers, and a 24/7 emergency service patrol program. He is a master instructor for SHRTP 2 Responder Training, and a former staff member at FHWA.
Operations Area of Practice
- Planning for Operations
Organizational Capability Element
Role in Organization
- Associate Engineer
- Principal Engineer
- Senior Manager