Presentation materials from the ITS PCB Program’s 4th ITS University Workshop (September 2016) are now available online to the public. The workshop’s goal was to incorporate ITS education into university curricula and learning programs. Topics include ITS training, workforce development, state and federal perspectives on ITS, Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO), and online ITS resources for universities.
This archived Talking Technology and Transportation Education (T3e) webinar features two student presentations from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and one from Dr. Eleni Christofa. The theme is identification of ways to manage traffic more efficiently, while improving person mobility and minimizing emissions at signalized intersections.
This Talking Technology and Transportation (T3) webinar explores the key policy topics and challenges for automated vehicles and discusses what transportation policy makers need to know to adequately consider automation in the future.
This module explores the unique needs and challenges of deploying ITS in rural and regional settings and offers examples of how such deployments have been accomplished. The module was created by Steve Albert, Director of the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University in Bozeman, MT.
This course provides an overview of strategies for successfully deploying ITS projects that build on systems engineering principles and practices. It provides tools to develop the key aspects of a request for quote (RFQ), request for proposal (RFP), invitation for bid (IFB), or goods contract advertisement to ensure a successful procurement.