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Connected Vehicles: The Changing Landscape, Implementation, Lessons Learned, The Future

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ITE’s Connected and Automated Vehicles Standing Committee (CAV SC) is committed to providing guidance and direction to its membership for advancing the safety and mobility through the application of emerging technologies. This session comprises a panel of experts drawn from the industry, state and local governments, and the Federal Highway Administration. The panel presented on topics of immediate interest from a research and development, implementation, lessons-learned, and state-of-practice with respect to drafting, designing, and deploying transportation technologies in a quickly-changing landscape.

Learning Objectives:

  • Appreciate the changing landscape with CAV technologies;
  • Understand a state DOT implementation inputs with lessons-learned;
  • Understand a local agency perspective on emerging technologies vis-a-vis safety and mobility;
  • Understand CARMA and its relevance to advancing cooperative driving automation.
Moderator: Matthew Smith, National Emerging Technologies Specialty Practice Lead, Associate Vice President, Michael Baker International

Speakers:
  • John Hibbard, P.E., Director, Division of Permits and Operations, Georgia Department of Transportation, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Faisal Saleem, ITS Branch Manager, Maricopa County Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Taylor Lochrane, CARMA Program Manager, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, Virginia
  • Steve Kuciemba, National ITS and CAV Practice Lead, WSP, Baltimore, Maryland

Contributors

  • Moderator: Matthew Smith, National Emerging Technologies Specialty Practice Lead, Associate Vice President, Michael Baker International

  • John Hibbard, P.E., Director, Division of Permits and Operations, Georgia Department of Transportation, Atlanta, Georgia

    John Hibbard is the Operations Division Director for Georgia DOT. His responsibilities include the oversight and direction of the State Maintenance Office, the State Utilities Office, the Office of Traffic Operations, and the Office of Transportation Data. John’s 30-year career includes stops at Atkins, TransCore, Cobb County (Ga) DOT, and started with Kimley-Horn in Dallas in the mid-1980’s.
    John’s a graduate of Georgia Tech, with his Bachelors and Masters in Civil Engineering. He’s a registered PE in Georgia. He’s the vice-chair of the Signals Technical Committee – one of the Technical Committees that’s part of the committee that edits the MUTCD. He’s also on the leadership team of AASHTO’s CTSO (Committee on Transportation Systems Operations), and directs Georgia DOT’s implementation of Connected Vehicle technologies.

  • Faisal Saleem, ITS Branch Manager, Maricopa County Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona

    Faisal Saleem serves the Maricopa County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) as Intelligent Transportation Systems Branch Manager and the MCDOT SMARTDrive ProgramSM Manager. He is responsible for the overall supervision and management of MCDOT ITS Program, AZTech Regional Partnership Program, Regional Emergency Action Coordinating Team (REACT) Incident Management Program, Anthem Connected Vehicle SMARTDrive Test Bed and Regional Archived Data System. On behalf of ITE he also serves as the Chair of the Technical Resources Working Group of the Cooperative Automated Transportation (CAT) Coalition and Co-Chair of Infrastructure Owner Operator - Original Equipment Manufacturer Forum. He represents MCDOT on Arizona Institute of Automated Mobility technical committee and TRB Automated Vehicle and Shared Mobility Forum.
    Saleem has a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Civil Engineering and is the former President of Intelligent Transportation Society of Arizona and a member of ITE.

  • Steve Kuciemba, National ITS and CAV Practice Lead, WSP, Baltimore, Maryland

    Steve Kuciemba is a Senior Vice President and National ITS/CAV Practice Leader for WSP USA. With more than 30 years of experience in the field, Steve has led or managed projects covering a broad array of topics like traffic management centers, connected & automated vehicles, TSMO, incident management, legislative policy, and outreach. Steve is an ITE Fellow, a WSP Technical Fellow, and a 1987 graduate of the University of Michigan.

  • Taylor Lochrane, CARMA Program Manager, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, Virginia

    Taylor W.P. Lochrane, Ph.D., P.E. is a CARMA Program Manager at Federal Highway Administration in the Office of Operations Research and Development. He is currently leading and managing the CARMASM program, part of a USDOT effort to accelerate the research and development of Cooperative Driving Automation (CDA). He is leveraging open source software and using agile software development practices to accelerate innovative concepts aimed to increase the safety and improve the overall infrastructure efficiency of the transportation system using CDA technology. The CARMA program enables a larger community to participate in the development thought open collaboration and testing for the acceleration of CDA strategies and enabling technology from research to market. Dr. Lochrane obtained a B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. in Civil Engineering at University of Central Florida.

July 27, 2021
Tue 11:00 AM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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