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      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

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2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Lectern Session 461

The Future of Transportation and Reliance on Knowledge Sharing Among Transportation Organizations

Monday 6:00 PM- 7:30 PM
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Lectern
Adam Hopps, presiding
Sponsored by:
Task Force on Knowledge Management (AB010T)

Knowledge sharing among transportation organizations is essential for advancing the safety, mobility, and environmental goals we’ve all adopted. However, the nature of how our transportation system is organized presents structural challenges in the sharing of knowledge. We’ll hear about how leaders in the transportation field combat these structural challenges and share information via methods that include the development of resource centers, the streamlining of meta-data, interactive and innovative peer exchanges, and creative knowledge capture methods. We’ll also discuss how knowledge transfer efforts are necessary to meet the growing needs of the 21st century transportation revolution at the international, state, and municipal levels.  



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Title Presentation Number
Vital Role of Interagency Knowledge Sharing in Traffic Incident Management Programs
Eric Rensel, Gannett Fleming
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P18-20927
Communicating Among Smart Cities
Denise Bedford, Georgetown University
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P18-20928
How State DOTs Benefit from Knowledge Sharing
Thomas Kern, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
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P18-20929
The Importance of Knowledge Sharing in Creating International Standards
Jack Pokrzywa, SAE International
P18-22071