Transportation Market

Connected Vehicles and Tolling’s Frequency Future: R.I.P. DSRC
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Connected Vehicles and Tolling’s Frequency Future: R.I.P. DSRC

Despite some of the advantages of DSRC, it looks like C-V2X and 5G cellular are in tolling’s future. But how and when will they fit in?

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750 500 Linda Smith
Transportation Systems, Management, and Operations (TSMO): Moving Beyond Ribbon Cuttings
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Transportation Systems, Management, and Operations (TSMO): Moving Beyond Ribbon Cuttings

Since the 1950s, the “King of the Road” was the car. More specifically, the daily commuter driving to-and-from the office. Our roadways multiplied to accommodate more and more vehicles. Across the country, thousands of miles of interstate and local roads were built − often at the expense of other users – including pedestrians and bicyclists.…

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370 246 Linda Smith
Removing Barriers for Successful Implementation of ITS: An Agency Perspective
Smart transport technology concept for future car traffic on road.

Removing Barriers for Successful Implementation of ITS: An Agency Perspective

Despite the critical need for robust ITS deployments and TSMO support throughout the industry, future ITS initiatives and projects face significant headwinds that prevent implementation.

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750 500 Linda Smith
How Can State DOTs Prepare for Risk and Resiliency?
Road Flooded sign and orange barriers blocking flooded road.

How Can State DOTs Prepare for Risk and Resiliency?

It’s more important than ever that state highway officials review their readiness to respond and recover from human-made or natural disasters.

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750 500 Linda Smith
The Unexpected Friendship of TSMO and Complete Streets
Adults and children walking in a cross walk pushing a stroller.

The Unexpected Friendship of TSMO and Complete Streets

Historically, the typical user of a transportation system was a 9-5 commuter. However, the focus now and in the future should advance towards accommodating all users of the transportation system.

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The Past, Present, and Future of Transportation Data – Part Two

The Past, Present, and Future of Transportation Data – Part Two

Part two of OTEC roundtable panel members meeting for an insightful discussion of data’s past, present, and future uses in transportation.

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750 398 Hilary Lentz
The Past, Present, and Future of Transportation Data – Part One

The Past, Present, and Future of Transportation Data – Part One

Part one of OTEC roundtable panel members meeting for an insightful discussion of data’s past, present, and future uses in transportation.

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750 398 Hilary Lentz
Transportation Agencies – Cyberthreats: Is NIST CSF the Right Solution?

Transportation Agencies – Cyberthreats: Is NIST CSF the Right Solution?

How can we address some of the basics of cyberhygiene to reduce the impact and damages of a cyberattack?

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750 228 Hilary Lentz
5 Keys to Effective Multimodal Corridor Planning

5 Keys to Effective Multimodal Corridor Planning

Multimodal corridor planning comes in many forms. While every community and corridor is unique, planning agencies and their project teams can benefit from applying five keys to achieve real project success.

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An Evolving Challenge: Aligning Transportation Solutions with an “Emotional Web”

An Evolving Challenge: Aligning Transportation Solutions with an “Emotional Web”

Just like the rest of our technological world, the internet has evolved since its commercialization in 1989. Industry analysts tell us we are currently living in the era of Web 4.0. Web 1.0 was the “read-only” era, characterized by the ability to seek and find information without the opportunity to interact. From 1989 through 1999,…

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750 413 Hilary Lentz
Crisis Leadership: Guidance on Business Continuity Documentation during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Crisis Leadership: Guidance on Business Continuity Documentation during the COVID-19 Pandemic

From canceled business travel to interrupted supply chains and setting up a remote workforce nearly overnight, the coronavirus crisis has caused immense disruption. The pace of business is moving incredibly fast, and the actions are decisive. Even if your organization didn’t have a business continuity plan, you’re in the middle of living one now. Recovery…

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750 500 Hilary Lentz
What Do You Really Know about BIM Workflows?

What Do You Really Know about BIM Workflows?

Revit, AutoCAD, and vertical applications have evolved into essential engineering design tools that improve productivity, boost accuracy, and increase coordination. But the fact remains that we’re not as good at the BIM workflow as we would like to think we are. It’s important to figure out why and how we can get to where we…

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