Fall 2017 Community of Practice

SSTI’s fall 2017 Community of Practice meeting will be held Oct. 17-18, 2017 in Seattle. The meetings focus on peer-to-peer interaction between CEOs of state departments of transportation. These meetings allow attendees to share ideas and learn from one another’s experiences leading state DOTs. The meeting is open to state DOT CEOs and is by-invitation to others. For more information, contact Eric Sundquist, erics@ssti.us.

 

Agenda

 

Background materials

Full briefing book (containing all items below)

 

Automated vehicles

Land Use and Transportation Policies (UC-Davis Institute of Transportation Studies)

Governance: Who’s in Charge Here? (UC-Davis Institute of Transportation Studies)

Challenges and Approaches to Realizing Autonomous Vehicle Safety and Mobility Benefits (Rand Corporation)

Taming AVs – A Primer for Cities (Bloomberg Philanthropies and Aspen Institute)

Autonomous Shuttle Pilot Project (MNDOT)

Briefing paper on Senate automated vehicle bill (Transportation for America)

 

City sustainable transportation initiatives, including collaboration straight talk

As traffic deaths soar, cities pursue lower speed limits to eliminate fatalities (Washington Post)

Video Analytics Towards Vision Zero (ITE Journal)

Accessibility and Tripmaking: An Introduction for Practitioners (SSTI)

2016 Fatal Motor Vehicle Crashes: Overview (NHTSA)

Measuring the Effectiveness of TDM (SSTI)

 

Funding and financing

Guide to Value Capture Financing for Public Transportation Projects (TCRP Research Report 190)

Memo on value capture funding options for Green Line Extension (IMG Rebel)

Transform66: Outside the Beltway P3 Procurement Update (VDOT)

Virginia awards contract for I-66 under new approach that saves state $2.5 billion (Richmond Times-Dispatch)