The Federal Highway Administration would like you to join us for the next Let’s Talk Performance webinar. This webinar will focus on the results from the National TPM Implementation Review Survey. This survey consolidated several smaller subject matter specific surveys into a single survey that covers TPM, Asset Management, and Performance-based Planning and Programming. The webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, May 14 from 2:00 to 3:30 PM (EDT). This event is open to staff from FHWA, State DOTs, SHSOs, MPOs, and other stakeholder agencies.
During this webinar, FHWA will provide an overview of the survey results, its connection to carrying out the TPM Implementation Plan as well as future FHWA activities. Participants will also have the opportunity to ask questions and share their own experiences with implementing TPM, PBPP, and AM.
Human traffickers exploit legitimate systems within multiple business sectors for their own profits. Traffickers are using resources within the transportation sector to move their victims. Transportation is also a way out for survivors. Knowing the Red Flag indicators, understanding what human trafficking is, who is involved and how to report are keys to transit becoming a part of the solution. This presentation will demonstrate ways our industry can make fundamental shifts to prevent, detect, and disrupt human trafficking. Panelists: Kristen Joyner, Chair, Human Trafficking Awareness Protocols and Policies Sub Committee for the Secretary of Transportation and Executive Director, SWTA Annie Slovik, Program Director, Buses on the Lookout (BOTL)L
This webinar will introduce National RTAP’s Access version of the Two Variable Cost Allocation Calculator developed by Texas A&M Transportation Institute for National RTAP. This valuable application will enable users to input service, financial and operational data to allocate expenses by routes, travel modes, jurisdictions, and other common transit designations. The tool not only generates cost per service but also measures service performance. Our presenters and developers of this application are Todd Hansen, Assistant Research Scientist at Texas A&M Transportation Institute and Rich Garrity of RLS & Associates, Inc.
How do you go from a foundation of knowledge to a culture of action? This training will take the “what” of equitable development and address the “how.” The panel will share their own experiences in equitable development planning and share lessons, resources, and practices for you to get started on the path.
Transportation is continuously evolving and becoming more dependent on evidence-based decision-making. The way engineers and planners demonstrate accountability is through implementation of effective, practical, and specific performance measures. We step back from our data swamps and dashboards to reconsider best practices in performance management and how agencies can make the most of their situation, regardless of data, resources, or limitations. This webinar will discuss how to improve performance management efforts, with examples from other sectors and experiences among peer agencies (Iowa DOT and Texas DOT).
From flying taxis to delivery robots to micromobility—think shared bikes and scooters—transportation is evolving fast. How people and goods move will look starkly different in just a few years. American ingenuity is once again transforming how we travel and how we connect commerce. Our New Mobility Future will explore the promise and pitfalls of our new mobility future—and to discuss how we’re going to get there.
Today’s youth are tomorrow’s riders, bikers, walkers, voters, and transportation planners. As more transit agencies begin to offer free fare passes to public middle and high school students, it is important to have good marketing strategy in place to encourage transit usage so they don’t miss out on the potential to affect behavior change, Thus, transit agencies need to develop age-appropriate messaging strategies and tactics that promote youth non-car mobility. This webinar will present results from a NITC research project that sought to create and evaluate communication messaging that fosters more positive attitudes, intentions, and behaviors related to transit and other non-car transportation options among Portland youth.
KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES
Understand the non-car mobility-related attitudes, intentions, and behaviors of high school and middle school students in various metropolitan areas in Oregon; Identify communication channels and settings that could be most effective with youth in regards to transportation system information and promotion; Study the data to learn how several existing communication strategy themes promoting non-car mobility were perceived by Oregon youth.
May OTA Board Meeting
Wed, May 29, 2019 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM CDT
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