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The overall focus of the session is on ways transportation agencies are "baking transportation system management and operations (TSMO) into all they do." TSMO helps agencies get the most of their transportation dollar - both future ones as well as those dollars spent building facilities in the past. Capacity is an asset. The more an agency can get out of the capacity they have, the more options they have in how to spend future resources. This is smart for transportation. TSMO is being integrated more and more into how agencies deliver transportation. This session provides examples in some growing critical areas.
- Learn how to integrate TSMO into agency asset management programs
- Understand why considering freight needs is important to effective TSMO
- Identify actions that can help to better mainstream TSMO within a DOT
Moderator: Tracy Scriba, Team Leader, Federal Highway Administration
Presentation Titles & Speakers:
- “Mainstreaming TSMO: What Seems to Matter”, Tracy Scriba, Team Lead, Planning and Organizing for Operations, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC
- “How PennDOT’s Operations Analytics and Guidebooks are Powering Decisions Throughout the Project Lifecycle”, Doug Tomlinson, P.E., Chief, Highway Safety and Traffic Operations Division, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
- “Integrating ITS and other TSMO Assets into Seattle DOT’s Asset Management Program”, Chad Allen, Transportation Asset Management, Seattle Department of Transportation, Seattle, Washington
- “Freight and TSMO: Working Together for Better Goods Movement”, Denise Markow, Director, TSMO Program, Eastern Transportation Coalition, Strafford, New Hampshire
- “Building a TSMO Program”, Brent Cain, Director, TSMO Division, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona