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Rural ITS in Multi-State Corridors

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Webinar Description:
Multi-state corridor coalitions are a concept that has evolved in the 30 plus years since they came into existence around services related to interstate highway corridors. The overarching goal of multi-state corridor coalitions is to promote interagency planning, research, cooperation, and shared implementation for programs and projects to improve multimodal transportation system management and operations. In many cases, achieving this goal involves the application of the intelligent transportation system (ITS) technologies in urban and rural areas. The purpose of this is to share a sample of rural ITS activities of some of multi-state corridor coalitions.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the challenges of reinvigorating a corridor coalition after a lapse in funding.
  • Recognize how multi-state corridor coalition help deploy ITS in rural environments.
  • Describe example projects that benefit multiple states’ agencies in an interjurisdictional manner or have portability to other agencies.

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Contributors

  • Lisa Burgess, PMP | Vice President | Kimley-Horn | Phoenix, AZ, United States

    Lisa Burgess is a senior ITS project manager with Kimley-Horn based in the firm’s Phoenix office. Lisa works with states and regions throughout the country on corridor operations and planning projects, ITS planning, TSMO program assessments and she supports technical capacity building for advanced corridor operating strategies. She leads many of Kimley-Horn’s assignments through national organizations including FHWA, the National Academies and AASHTO. Lisa is a frequent instructor at the National Operations Academy and has facilitated numerous TSMO Regional Operations Forums.

  • David Huft | Research Program Manager | South Dakota Department of Transportation | Pierre, SD, United States

    Dave Huft is the ITS Program Manager at the South Dakota Department of Transportation. He chairs the Steering Committee of the North/West Passage Pooled Fund Study, an ITS and operations focused collaboration among the seven states (WA, ID, MT, WY, ND, SD, and MN) lying along the I-90/I-94 corridor.

  • Susan Anderson, PE, PTOE | Systems Technology Group Manager | Arizona Department of Transportation | Phoenix, AZ , United States

    Susan Anderson is the Systems Technology Group Manager within ADOT’s Transportation Systems Management and Operations Division. Susan has worked as a transportation engineer in Phoenix for over 20 years and has spent the last 11 years with ADOT. Susan’s role with TSMO is allowing her to provide strategic vision and guidance for the implementation of ADOT’s ITS technologies and operations throughout the state. Her team is responsible for deploying pilot projects, such as the truck parking system being developed with the I-10 Corridor Coalition.

  • Christopher McDonald, P.E., PTOE | Regional Operations Engineer | Virginia Department of Transportation | Salem, VA, United States

    Chris has spent his entire professional career with the Virginia Department of Transportation including the last 23 years in the Traffic Operations area. He currently leads Traffic Operations for Virginia's Salem District along the I-81 Corridor. He oversees Traffic Engineering, Maintenence of signs, pavement markings, and signals, ITS, and the Salem Traffic Operations Center.

May 24, 2022
Tue 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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