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CV/AV Needs Specific to Emergency Response

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Contributors

  • Pat Noyes

    Principal, Pat Noyes & Associates, Boulder, CO, USA

    Pat is a transportation engineer, EMT and retired firefighter. She served as the Technical Editor for USDOT’s ITS ePrimer and supports the Transportation Safety Advancement Group (TSAG) under the direction of USDOT JPO and ITE. Pat has presented numerous webinars and workshops on transportation systems management and operations and emergency transportation operations. Pat serves as the Secretary for the TRB Regional TSMO Committee and is a past ITE International Director and Chair of the ITE Coordinating Council.

  • John Corbin, Automated Vehicle Program Manager | FHWA Office of Operations

    He previously served as the Director of Traffic Operations in Wisconsin and Iowa Departments of Transportation. Earlier in his career, John worked as a Traffic Control Engineer for the City of Milwaukee and as a Construction Engineer for the Illinois Department of Transportation in the Chicago Metropolitan Area. He is active as a Fellow of both the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the American Society of Civil Engineers, as well as in committee leadership of the Transportation Research Board. John has degrees in transportation engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and currently serves as adjunct faculty at both campuses.

  • Anita Kim, Technology Policy Analyst |Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, U.S. Department of Transportation

    She leads initiatives focused on strategic program development, policy analysis, and stakeholder engagement around automated vehicles and other emerging transportation technologies. Prior to joining the U.S.DOT, Anita worked in transportation consulting and in economic development for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Anita has degrees from both Carnegie Mellon University and Emory University.

June 1, 2020
Mon 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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