Eno Staff to Participate in TRB Annual Meeting Sessions

Eno Staff to Participate in TRB Annual Meeting Sessions

January 11, 2019  | Alexander Laska

Eno staff will participate in several sessions at the TRB Annual Meeting next week, presenting on topics ranging from transportation workforce planning to transportation technologies. Check out our sessions below and click here to register for the meeting.

Transportation Workforce Planning and Development Strategies
Monday, Jan. 14, 8-9:45am
Convention Center, 150B

This project synthesizes the current state of practice associated with the implementation of transportation workforce planning and development strategies. It investigates the current state of practice and identifies challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned through a literature review and a survey of state departments of transportation and Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) centers. In addition, the research team conducted case study interviews of representatives from state departments of transportation and LTAP centers with effective or innovative workforce development strategies.

Overview of Transportation Workforce Planning and Development Strategies
Alex Bond, Eno Center for Transportation

Panel Discussion: Best Practices
Alice Grossman, Eno Center for Transportation
Brianne Eby, Eno Center for Transportation
David Orr, Cornell Local Roads Program
Victoria Beale, Ohio DOT

MPO Performance Based Planning in Response to MAP-21
TRB Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Processes Committee meeting
Tuesday, Jan. 15, 8am-12pm
Marriott Marquis Monument room (M4)

Alice Grossman, policy analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation, will present her paper “MPO Performance Based Planning in Response to MAP-21) during the TRB Metropolitan Policy, Planning, and Processes Committee meeting.

Presenter
Alice Grossman, Eno Center for Transportation

Eyes Wide Open: Drivers of Change in Transportation
Tuesday, Jan. 15, 3:45-5:30pm
Convention Center, 146B

Join the Young Members Council Planning & Environment Group, as we debate and learn from experts about emerging forces of change driving the future of transportation, including: new technologies, Mobility as a Service (MaaS), climate change and sustainability, transportation equity. and the shifting landscape of transportation funding mechanisms and partnerships. Opening presentations by our panelists will offer a platform for shared learning, discussing: What is real? What is unknown? What are the risks and opportunities? What should we all be thinking more deeply about? Then we will invite the audience to participate in a lively facilitated discussion of the issues important to you!

Panelists:
Paul Lewis, Eno Center for Transportation
Stefanie Brodie, DDOT
Tierra Bills, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Ryan Westrom, Ford Motor Company

What Has Been Learned from the November 2018 Surface Transportation Ballot Initiatives
TRB Revenue and Finance Committee Meeting
Tuesday, Jan. 15, 4pm
Marriott Marquis, Liberty M (M4)

Robert Puentes, President and CEO of the Eno Center for Transportation, will present findings of the 2018 transportation ballot measures and what it means for local interest in transportation investment.

Presenter:
Robert Puentes, Eno Center for Transportation

Poster Session: Collaboration and Innovation in Performance-Based Metropolitan Planning, System Management, and Analysis
Wednesday, Jan. 16, 10:15am-12:00pm
Convention Center Hall A

This session features cutting-edge research on innovative approaches to metropolitan transportation system planning, performance management, and analysis led by an international array of agencies and academics. Presenters will discuss examples of American MPO leadership in fostering integrated land use and transportation planning, collaborating across agencies to address megaregional concerns, and implementing performance based planning methods to address MAP-21 goals and requirements. The session also includes presentations of American, Chinese, and Turkish initiatives to model system performance impacts of freight and passenger traffic management strategies, automated vehicles, emergency evacuation, and post-disaster re-entry.

Board A129: MPO Performance-Based Planning in Response to MAP-21: National Survey Results
Alice Grossman, Eno Center for Transportation
Michael Meyer, WSP
Kari Watkins, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Catherine Ross, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Joshua Schank, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Randall Guensler, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)

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