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It Doesn’t Just Sit There: Operating the System

There are many facets to the operation of the transportation system from the traffic incident response team to traveler information and integrated corridor management all supported by an agency organized for operations. This session explores concepts and implementation examples of managing the transportation system from an operations perspective.

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the success components and supporting organization to actively operate the transportation system.
  • Describe the state of the practice to improve performance of the system and the organization to deliver the services.
Steve Kuciemba, National ITS & System Operations Manager, WSP | Parsons
Brinckerhoff, Baltimore, MD

  • City of Toronto Transportation Operations Centre Concept of Operations
    Alvaro Alamilla, Senior Engineer, City of Toronto, Toronto, ON
  • Evaluation of the Active Traffic Management Systems on I-66 in Virginia
    Nancy Dutta, Graduate Research Assistant, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
  • Preparing for Predictive Operations–Precursors to Decision Support Systems
    Brad Freeze, Traffic Operations Director, Tennessee Department of Transportation, Nashville, TN
  • Data Driven Approach to TSMO Implementation
    Scott Marler, State Operations Engineer, Iowa Department of Transportation, Des Moines, IA