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Title:  Incident Mgmt and Access for Managed Lanes
Date/Time:  7/17/2012 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Description:  Incident management for general purpose lanes and that for managed lanes share many of the same goals; consequently, many of the techniques, policies, and procedures are the same for facilities of both categories. In addition to these elements, the unique features of various types of managed lanes introduce additional aspects to incident management. This webinar will feature presenters from several managed lanes projects discussing how they have handled incident management and providing tips, successful practices, and lessons learned. Paul Jodoin, Federal Highway Administration Traffic Incident Management Program Manager, will provide an overview of the incident management aspects unique to managed lanes. Javier Rodriguez, Florida Department of Transportation, will discuss incident management on the I-95 Express project . Tyler Patterson and Todd Merkens, Washington State Department of Transportation, will discuss incident management on the SR-167 HOT Lanes project. Brian Kary, Minnesota Department of Transportation, will discuss incident management on the I-35W HOT Lanes project.
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