Past Events

A DOT’s Transition: Providing an Integrated 21st Century Transportation System

November 30, 2011
Webinar

This webinar, featured a discussion with WSDOT Secretary Paula Hammond facilitated by Michael Meyer, principal author of the report “SSTI Review of Washngton State DOT’s Sustainability Efforts,” and built upon the report’s findings.

November 2011 Community of Practice Meeting

November 8 - 9, 2011
Westin Detroit Airport, Michigan

This SSTI CEO-to-CEO meeting focused on issues related to freight and land use confronting state DOTs and featured roundtable, executive-level discussions focused on the successes and challenges experienced by member states.

Webinar on Tolling for Revenue and Congestion Management

August 30, 2011
Webinar

This webinar, featuring Jack Wells (Chief Economist, USDOT) and Michael Lewis (Director, Rhode Island DOT), focuses on tolling and lessons learned from tolling pilot programs and other experience.

July 2011 Community of Practice Meeting

July 12-13, 2011
Detroit, Michigan

The meeting consisted of peer-to-peer discussions between CEOs focused on financial issues confronting state DOTs and strategies, related to both revenues and expenditures, for adjusting to the “new normal.”

Webinar on SSTI Review of PennDOT’s Smart Transportation

June 28, 2011
Webinar

This webinar highlights some of the best practices from Pennsylvania identified by SSTI’s panel of experts during a two day session with PennDOT in Harrisburg, PA and features Doug MacDonald (former Secretary of the Washington State DOT) and Jim Ritzman (Deputy Secretary for Planning, Pennsylvania DOT).

February Community of Practice Meeting

February 23-25, 2011
Seattle, Washington

Co-hosted by the Washington Department of Transportation, the event provided information on smart transportation strategies.

Inaugural Meeting

September 22 - 24, 2010
Minneapolis, Minnesota

SSTI’s first Community of Practice meeting introduced SSTI to our new member states, identified best practices in smart transportation from a number of state DOTs, and helped set SSTI’s course for the future.