Topics include: Connected Truck Platoons, Hyperloop Freight, Delivery Drones, Electric and High-efficiency Vehicles
One freight technology will serve as a core example and we will discuss how to create a mode representing new technology, as well as TREDIS inputs and outputs.
Topics include: Electric and High-efficiency Vehicles (coupled with Road User Charge), Ride-sharing (Uber, Lyft, Taxi)
Using different classes of passenger vehicles to represent technology advances in the fleet mix. We’ll explore the effect of more people using ride-share services.
In case you missed an earlier web seminar session, please click on the links below to view the recordings of these events.
Special Topic Webinars:
Practical Applications, Featuring Guest Speakers:
Scott Moore, Moore Data LLC - Richland County Transportation Plan
Wendy Tao, Cambridge Systematics - CA Land Use & Density
David Wasserman, North Carolina DOT - Hwy Prioritization 2.0
Steve Landau, EDR Group - MA South Coast Corridor
Brianne Glover, Texas Transportation Institute - Competitive Grant Applications
Kyle Schneweis, High Street Consulting - KS Highway Preservation Building
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Craig Casper, Transportation Director, Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments
Alpesh Patel, Strategic Planning Office, North Carolina Department of Transportation
Kermit Wies, Deputy Executive Director, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
Federal Perspective: Martin Weiss, formerly at Federal Highway Administration
State/Local Perspective: Chandler Duncan, formerly at MN DOT and Charlotte DOT
Julie Lorenz - Kansas Department of Transportation
Mike Garrett – Virginia Department of Transportation
Craig Casper - Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments
Brett M. Baden - Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
Robert Russell - Wisconsin Department of Transportation