• TRB 99th Annual Meeting

      January 12–16, 2020

    • Interactive Program

2020

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Workshop 1071

Managed Lanes: Lessons Learned from the Past, Bold Predictions for the Future

Sunday 1:30 PM- 4:30 PM
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Workshop
Keith Mullins, Gannett Fleming Inc.,
Murali Ramanujam, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority,

Jane Lappin, Toyota Research Institute, Inc.
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Managed Lanes (AHB35)
Standing Committee on Congestion Pricing (ABE25)
Standing Committee on Vehicle-Highway Automation (AHB30)

Building upon the 99th TRB Annual Meeting theme “A Century of Progress: Foundation for the Future,” this interactive workshop will cover the past and future of managed lanes and will include a history of managed lanes in the United States; lessons learned from previous deployments; funding, social, and other deployment challenges; and impacts of transformational technologies. Attendees will participate in a small-group visioning exercise, taking a blank-page approach to developing bold predictions for the future.



1:30 – 1:40 PM – Introductions Keith Mullins, Gannett Fleming

1:40 – 2:00 PM - Opening Remarks and Keynote – A Brief History of Managed Lanes Chuck Fuhs, Chuck Fuhs LLC

2:00 – 2:55 PM – Panel Session ‘A’: Previous Deployments – What Have We Learned?

A diverse set of experts will look back at previous deployments and comment on what went right, what could have gone better, and what would be done differently if we had to do it all over again.

Facilitator: John Brady, Cintra

·         Georgia’s Network of Express Lanes - Matthew Fowler, Georgia DOT

·         Lincoln Tunnel Exclusive Bus Lane (XBL) – Mark Muriello, Port Authority of NY/NJ

·         I-30 HOV: 30 Years of Operations – Nick Wood, Texas Transportation Institute

·         I-70 Mountain Express Lane - Kelly Brown, Colorado DOT

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2:55 – 3:10 – Breakout Session #1.  As we look to incorporate advanced technology into future managed lanes projects, how can we learn from previous deployments?

3:10 – 3:40 Panel Session ‘B’: Current Deployments – What Challenges are We Facing Today? Financial, social, environmental…there are no shortage of challenges facing transportation agencies today.  How are we considering these challenges and mitigating risks in the planning or design stages of managed lanes deployments?

Facilitator: Laura Huizinga, Lindsay Transportation Solutions

·         Why Do Motorists Choose to Use a Managed Lane Facility?  - Mark Burris, Texas A&M

·         Key Steps to The Seamless Connection of Bay Area Express Lanes - Murali Ramanujam, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

·         San Francisco Bay Area Express Lanes:  Consistency Matters! - Somaye Fakharian, Caltrans

3:40 – 3:55 Breakout Session #2.  ‘Blank Page’ vision for the future.  How do you think transformational technologies such as CV/AV will impact managed lanes in the future?

3:55 – 4:25 PM - Panel Session ‘C’ – The Impacts of Transformational Technologies

The transportation world is changing at a rapid pace.  Private industry is accelerating the adoption of new technology in the transportation market.  What will the future look like and how do we prepare for a world that is going to be much different than today? Safety, emissions, and a safer environment for the vehicles.

Facilitator: Jane Lappin, Toyota Research Institute

·         A Pragmatic Perspective on Transformational Technologies – Stephanie Blanco, Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC)

·         Accommodating Technology Changes in Managed Lane Facilities - John Brady, Cintra

4:25 – 4:30 PM - Closing Remarks Keith Mullins, Gannett Fleming



Title Presentation Number
Introductions
Keith Mullins, Gannett Fleming Inc.
P20-21428
Opening Remarks and Keynote: A Brief History of Managed Lanes
Charles Fuhs, Chuck Fuhs LLC
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P20-21429
Panel Session: Previous Deployments: What Have We Learned?
P20-21430
Facilitator
John Brady, Cintra
P20-21431
Georgia’s Network of Express Lanes
Matthew Fowler, Georgia Department of Transportation
View Presentation
P20-21432
Lincoln Tunnel Exclusive Bus Lane (XBL)
Mark Muriello, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
P20-21433
I-30 HOV: 30 Years of Operations
Nicholas Wood, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
View Presentation
P20-21435
I-70 Mountain Express Lane
Kelly Brown, Colorado Department of Transportation
P20-21946
Breakout Session #1
P20-21436
Panel Session: Current Deployments: What Challenges Are We Facing Today?
P20-21437
Facilitator
Laura Huizinga-Barton, Lindsay Transportation Solutions
P20-21438
Why Do Motorists Choose to Use a Managed Lane Facility?
Mark Burris, Texas A&M University
View Presentation
P20-21439
Key Steps to The Seamless Connection of Bay Area Express Lanes
Murali Ramanujam, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
P20-21947
San Francisco Bay Area Express Lanes: Consistency Matters!
Somaye Fakharian, California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS)
P20-21948
Breakout Session #2
P20-21441
Panel Session: The Impacts of Transformational Technologies
P20-21442
Facilitator
Jane Lappin, Toyota Research Institute, Inc.
P20-21443
A Pragmatic Perspective on Transformational Technologies
Stephanie Blanco, Riverside County Transportation Commission
View Presentation
P20-21949
Accommodating Technology Changes in Managed Lane Facilities
John Brady, Cintra
View Presentation
P20-21950
Closing Remarks
Keith Mullins, Gannett Fleming Inc.
P20-21446