Events / Meetings

Best of National Rural ITS Conference 2018

When: Thursday, May 30, 2019 3:00 - 4:30 PM ET

The National Rural ITS and ITS Arizona Conference and Exhibit was held this past October in Fort McDowell, Arizona.  The conference provided an opportunity to hear new and thoughtful perspectives on  wide variety of ITS topics and the latest in technology innovation applied to small and rural communities.  This webinar highlights a few the best rated presentations from the 2018 conference on the topics of rural applications of active traffic management, smart work zones, and adaptive signal control technology.  The close of the webinar will look forward to the rural ITS sessions to be held in conjunction with the 2020 ITE Annual Meeting July 21-24 in Austin, Texas.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the different approaches to active traffic management as implemented in Michigan.
  • Describe the lessons learned from an example adaptive signal control technology implementation.
  • Understand the application of smart work zones and supporting devices to improve system reporting and operations.

Presentations and Presenters

Active Traffic Management in Michigan
Jennifer Foley, Traffic and Operations Engineer, Michigan DOT, Jackson, MI

Utah’s Smart Work Zone System Implementation
David Haines, Project Manager, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Mesa, AZ
Deanna Haase, Project Engineer, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Mesa, AZ

Adaptive Signal Control Technology for Rural Applications – Lessons Learned from the Bell Road ASCT Project
April Wire, ITS Project Manager, Maricopa County DOT, Phoenix, AZ

Using Urban Traffic Solutions to Manage Rural Queues
Randy Johnson, KC Scout Manager, Missouri DOT, Lee's Summit, MO

     
    Fees:
     
    $49 members/ $99 non members
    This fee includes a live web event, an archived recording, webinar evaluation, 1.5 PDH credit and a certificate of completion