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Title:  (SR200) Talking Operations: Active Traffic Management (ATM) and Weather
Date/Time:  3/20/2012 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Eastern Time
Description:  Some agencies are implementing Active Traffic Management technologies to manage recurring and non-recurring traffic demand. Strategies under this category are varied and include, among others, variable speed limits, active warning systems, lane control systems and hard shoulder. However, the application of such techniques during weather events is still quite limited. Weather poses both a challenge and opportunity for the use of ATM. This webinar will focus on the role of ATM during weather events, summarize a recently developed Concept of Operations for ATM and weather, and describe recent applications and deployments in this area. Speakers: Roemer Alfelor (FHWA) Brief Introduction to WRTM Kevin Balke (Texas Transportation Institute) ATM and Weather: Concept of Operations Vince Garcia (Wyoming DOT) Variable Speed Limits on I-80 Nick Thompson/Brian Kary (Minnesota DOT) ATM System use during weather events in Minneapolis Beverly Kuhn (Texas Transportation Institute) Application of ATM during weather events in Europe
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