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Signal Timing Corridor Management - Part 2 (Adaptive and Responsive)

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This webinar is led by the ITE Traffic Engineering Council.

Webinar Description:

Part two of the Signal Timing Corridor Management Webinar Series will discuss the next generation of signal technology for synchronizing signal systems and evaluating their performance. This webinar will focus on Adaptive Signal Control Technology (ASCT) which has the capability to adjust traffic signal timings in real-time to current traffic demand. In addition, complementing technologies to evaluate system performance and to coordinate with other future connected vehicle and smart cities infrastructure will be discussed. Two case studies will be presented including the use of Signal Performance Measures for evaluating system performance.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how ASCT Technology dynamically adjusts traffic
  • Understand the opportunities for ASCT Technology
  • Recognize complementing technologies to build on current ASCT technology
  • Learn how to evaluate the performance of an ASCT corridor using data produced by the system
  • Learn how ASCT can assist with future Connected and Autonomous Vehicle deployments.

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Contributors

  • Matt Luker, P.E., Statewide Signal Engineer, Utah Department of Transportation | Utah Department of Transportation | Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

    Matt Luker, P.E., PTOE, has been a Statewide Signal Engineer for the Utah Department of Transportation for more than 13 years. He is responsible for the timing of over 600 traffic signals, and also specializes in advanced signal operations such as transit priority, custom controller logic, and phasing of complex intersections. Before coming to UDOT he worked for several years as a consultant. He is a graduate of the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, where he lives with his wife and six children.

  • Matthew Picanso, Senior ITS Network Communications Specialist | VHB | Watertown, MA, United States

    Matt is a Senior ITS Network Communications Specialist with over 20 years of direct experience developing and supporting TMC network and field systems. He is proficient in the design, configuration, operation, and administration of major local and wide-area network operating systems, as well as testing, management, and operation of ITS systems. His experience includes the setup, operation, administration, and diagnostics of numerous network operating systems.

  • Angela Dempsey, P.E., Traffic Engineer | VHB | Watertown, MA, United States

    Angela is a traffic engineer with 14 years experience of traffic signal design work including development of traffic signal layout, traffic signal coordination, signing and pavement marking plans, geometric layout, as well as preparation of project specifications, contract documents, and cost estimates.

May 19, 2022
Thu 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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