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American Council of Engineering Companies
For over 20 years, Kimley-Horn has been a member of American Council of Engineering Companies, participating at both the national and regional levels. Our patronage stems from a recognition of ACEC’s active engagement and advocacy in infrastructure funding, tax reform, contract negotiation and more. This relationship has allowed us to support issues that impact our firm as leaders in the consulting industry.
The commitment to ACEC has led to regional involvement in over 50 Kimley-Horn offices, a history of members who are recognized as Fellows and numerous ACEC project wins nationwide. Kimley-Horn is also one of the top contributing firms to ACEC’s Political Action Committee (PAC), the industry’s primary method of political engagement, by which engineering champions can affect legislative change at the national level.

ACEC Spring Annual Convention

KIMLEY-HORN SPEAKERS, PRESENTERS, AND FACILITATORS

Lisa Burgess, PMP

WORKSHOP MODERATOR AND SPEAKER:

Assessing Performance, Capabilities, and Support for Traffic Management Systems

January 9, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

The next generation of traffic management systems (TMSs) and their operations centers (TMCs) offer agencies the potential to improve safety and mobility. To effectively manage and operate a TMS, it is essential for an agency to have information on the capabilities and performance of its TMSs, as well as an understanding of their own internal capacity to manage and support these systems. This information is also essential to communicating the TMSs value to stakeholders, as well as for planning, programming, and allocating the necessary funding and resources to pursue improvements or to plan and prepare for the next-generation of an agency’s system. 

The workshop will leverage the collective insights and experience of attendees to identify and explore the successful practices, available resources, and issues agencies should consider, with respect to: 

  • Assess the performance of TMSs
  • Assess the capabilities of TMSs
  • Assess the capacity and resources available to support TMSs   

PAST EVENTS

Kimley-Horn Presenters

Doug Gettman, Ph.D.
Workshop: Managing Traffic Management Systems (TMS) Assets and Resources
Lectern Session: Artificial Intelligence in Signal Timing Applications, Tee-Up the Session: AI or Not, Owners Just Want Their Timings Up-to-Date
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Lisa Burgess
Workshop: Managing Traffic Management Systems (TMS) Assets and Resources
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Jacob Farnsworth
Workshop: Safety Performance Decision Making: Advancing Research Through Implementation
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Carlye Lide
Poster Presenter: The Disconnect Between the Practice’s and Community’s View on Transportation Performance
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Dhruva Lahon
Poster Presenter: Case Studies in Performance Based Analysis of Geometric Design, Performance-Based Analysis for Safety Plan and HSIP Project Prioritization
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Kimley-Horn Presenters

Zach DeVeau
Lectern Session Presenter: Sustainability Means What to Your Organization?
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Doug Gettman
Lectern Session Presenter: TRB Research on Automated and Connected Vehicle Technologies
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Stacie Phillips
Lectern Session Presenter: Reversing the Superstreet: Flexibility to Innovative Intersection Control
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Nick Jehn
Poster Presenter: Uninterrupted Flow
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Kathy Keegan
Poster Presenter: Pavement Monitoring: Looking to the Future
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Cristina Pastore and Beth Tucker
Poster Presenter: Policy, Politics, and Engagement in Public Transportation
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Alex Weber
Poster Presenter: Innovations in Arterial and Network Traffic Signal Optimization
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Lisa Burgess
Workshop Presenter: What Do Agencies Need to Assess, Plan, and Develop the Next Generation of Traffic Management Systems?
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Kimley-Horn Presenters

Doug Gettman
Examples of Decision Support Systems Used by Traffic Management Systems and TMCs to Actively Manage Traffic
Decision Support Subsystem to Automate Updates to Adaptive Timing Signal Timing Plans
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Lynn Laquinta
Rail Transit Structures: Managing Structures in LRT Mega Projects
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John Kissinger
Righting the Wrong-Way Driver: Generating Mitigration Measures for Wrong-Way Freeway Collisions
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Lucy Richardson
Critical Traffic Signal System Performance Measures to Monitor During Construction
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