January 13-17, 2019
Washington, D.C.
TRB 98th Annual Meeting
128

Traffic Incident Management Research: Who Is Doing What? What Are the Synergies? Where Are the Gaps?

Sunday, January 07, 2018, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM, Convention Center 2018
Eileen Singleton, Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC), presiding
Sponsored by Standing Committee on Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations; and Standing Committee on Freeway Operations

Traffic incident management (TIM) research is conducted by many groups with different perspectives: operations and response, enforcement, policy and planning, connected and automated vehicles, and smart cities and big data. This workshop provides an overview of the landscape of TIM research to understand the array of current projects and to identify synergies and research gaps. Also included are presentations and facilitated discussions to determine gaps and research needs.

Welcome and Workshop Overview
Eileen Singleton, Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC)

 

Panel 1: Overview of Current TIM Research
Eileen Singleton, Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC)

 

FHWA TIM Self Assessment Overview
Rebecca Brewster, American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI)

 

Activities of the AASHTO TIM Technical Advisory Group
Joseph Sagal, Maryland Department of Transportation

 

NCHRP 17-75 Leveraging Big Data to Improve TIM Programs
Benjamin Pecheux, AEM Corporation

 

NCHRP 20-102 TIM in a Connected and Automated World
Eileen Singleton, Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC)

 

Panel 1: Facilitated Discussion: Identification of Overall TIM Research Needs and Gaps
Eileen Singleton, Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC)

 

Panel 2: Multidisciplinary Collaboration and Workforce Development
Pat Noyes, Pat Noyes and Associates

 

Workforce Development: TIM Training Needs of Local DPWs and DOTs
David Bergner, Monte Vista Associates, LLC

 

Workforce Development Approach by National Operations Center of Excellence on TSMO Workforce Development Workshop
Patrick Son, National Operations Center of Excellence

 

Collaboration to Incorporate Operational Resilience: What happens when normal operations don't work?
Keith McCabe, KAM Futures

 

Panel 2: Facilitated Discussion: Identification of Collaboration and Workforce Development Research Needs and Gaps
Pat Noyes, Pat Noyes and Associates

 

Panel 3: TIM in a Connected World: Opportunities, Challenges, and Risks
John Corbin, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

 

Law Enforcement and TSAG Perspective
Skip Yeakel, Volvo AB

 

How Smart City Applications are Addressing TIM
Kris Milster, Traffic Technology Services, Inc.

 

Law Enforcement Perspective
Jason Pulliam, Maryland Transportation Authority

 

Panel 3: Facilitated Discussion: Identification of CAV and TIM Research Needs and Gaps
John Corbin, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

 

Closing Comments
Pat Noyes, Pat Noyes and Associates