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TSMO Performance Management Using Cutting Edge CAV Technologies

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This session is about demonstrating futuristic TSMO solutions using the connected and automated vehicle applications currently being implemented today across the United States.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how integrating Signal Phase and Timing data into TSMO can lead to effective TSMO mobility and safety improvements
  • Describe how Connected Vehicle data can used to improve arterial performance or identify/eliminate performance deficiencies
  • Understand how to apply automated vehicle solutions to solving a traditional TSMO problem like first mile/last mile connectivity

Moderator: Martin Knopp, P.E., Associate Administrator for Operations, Federal Highway Administration

Presentation Titles &
Speakers:
  • Intersection Health: Automatically Identifying Traffic Performance Inefficiencies Using Existing Infrastructure at the Intersection”, Sajad Shiravi, P.Eng, M.Sc., Product Manager, Miovision Technologies, Kitchener, Ontario
  • “Holistic Arterial Performance Analysis”, Lance Ballard, P.E., Traffic Engineer, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Austin, Texas
  • “Gainesville Signal Phase and Timing (SPaT) Trapezium Project”, Md Omar Faruk, CAV and TSM&O Engineer, HNTB, Tallahassee, Florida and Raj Ponnaluri, Ph.D, P.E., PTOE, PMP, State Connected Vehicles, Arterial Management, Managed Lanes Engineer, Florida Department of Transportation, Tallahassee, Florida
  • “Shared Autonomous Vehicles - First and Last Mile Connectivity”, Obaid Khan, P.E., Senior Project Manager, Gray-Bowen-Scott, Walnut Creek, California and Sai Midididdi, P.E., Associate Engineer (Traffic), City of Dublin, California

Contributors

  • Moderator: Martin Knopp, P.E., Associate Administrator for Operations, Federal Highway Administration

  • Sajad Shiravi, P.Eng, M.Sc., Product Manager, Miovision Technologies, Kitchener, Ontario

    Sajad Shiravi is a Product Manager at Miovision. He is a Professional Engineer in Ontario and has almost 10 years of academic and industry experience in transportation engineering. His main focus has been on new sources of traffic data and developing methods and products that turn data into impact. Specifically in the past 5 years he has been working with traffic signal performance measures helping cities incorporate high resolution traffic data into their workflows.

  • Lance Ballard, P.E., Traffic Engineer, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Austin, Texas

    Lance Ballard, P.E. is a transportation engineer with Kimley Horn specializing in transportation data analytics, traffic signal operations, and ITS. Lance has pioneered the use of Power BI and other data analysis tools to visualize and analyze large datasets from a myriad of sources including crash, signal timing, ATMS, incident management, performance metrics, and transit data. Lance frequently consults on projects nationwide as a practice leader in visualizing transportation data and creating dashboards for state, regional, and local agencies. Lance holds a M.S. in Transportation Systems Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University, and he is a licensed P.E. in Texas, Georgia, and Alabama.

  • Omar Faruk, CAV and TSM&O Engineer, HNTB, Tallahassee, Florida

    Omar Faruk is a professional engineer registered in Florida. He has several years of experience working in Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV), TSM&O, and traffic safety projects. He has experience in emerging technology deployments and plans and specification development. Omar has obtained MS in Transportation Systems Engineering. Omar has keen interest in research and development.

  • Obaid Khan, P.E., Senior Project Manager, Gray-Bowen-Scott, Walnut Creek, California

    Mr. Obaid Khan is a registered Civil Engineer in California with over 29 years of professional experience in the fields of civil and transportation engineering. Mr. Khan recently retired from City of Dublin, where he oversaw the Transportation Division since 2012. After retiring from Dublin, Mr. Khan has joined Gray Bowen Scott as a Senior Project Manager. At the City of Dublin, he oversaw the planning, design, and construction of transportation capital projects as well as the operation of all traffic signals, intelligent transportation systems, and management of all transportation facilities. Prior to joining the City of Dublin, Mr. Khan managed the Transportation Division at the City of Alameda. At the City of Alameda, he oversaw the City's Transportation Commission and represented the City at various regional forums and committees. Mr. Khan has in-depth knowledge of transportation funding in California. He has worked on many projects where he acquired funding from multiple federal, state, and local funding sources. He has worked with residents, community groups, and political entities on numerous projects to achieve public support. His problem solving and collaborative approach has enabled him to achieve success on controversial local and regional issues

  • Sai Midididdi, P.E., Associate Engineer (Traffic), City of Dublin, California

    Sai Midididdi has more than 15-year experience in transportation planning and engineering. She is currently working as an Associate Traffic Engineer with City of Dublin and has previously worked with City of Hayward for 12 years. She is a licensed traffic engineer in California. Sai’s technical expertise includes traffic operational analysis, traffic management center operations, signal timing optimization studies and pedestrian and bicycle safety studies. She also has experience in implementing and working with Advanced Traffic Management Systems such as ATMS.now and adaptive systems such as Scats and Synchrogreen. She has been actively involved in implementation of Shared Autonomous Vehicle (SAV) testing pilot project in City of Dublin for two years and has been the City’s project lead for the past one year.

July 29, 2021
Thu 1:30 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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