IBTTA & TRB tackle managed lanes 

Webinar on 12 November will also cover HOV enforcement
Charging, Tolling & Road Pricing / November 6, 2020
By Adam Hill
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Many automated vehicle occupancy detection solutions are being trialled in the US (© Andreistanescu | Dreamstime.com)

IBTTA and the TRB Committee on Managed Lanes (ACP 35) are running a webinar next week for transport professionals who are currently operating managed lanes or planning to do so.

Managed Lanes and HOV Enforcement Practices and Technologies will cover pilot projects - including traditional camera-based systems and app-based HOV declaration technologies - and their results and findings.

A variety of automated vehicle occupancy detection solutions are being trialled in an attempt to reduce high violation rates, improve enforcement and assist with issuing citations. 

Presenters will cover topics such as best practices in deploying technologies, performance and reporting requirements, procurement, and the sort of organisational and policy changes which are needed.

Managed Lanes and HOV Enforcement Practices and Technologies is on 12 Nov at 11am ET.

Moderator
Chadi Chazbek, PE, regional VP, Kimley-Horn and Associates
 
Presenters
•    Jamie Mackey, PE, PTOE, freeway operations manager, Utah Department of Transportation
•    Dan Lamers, senior program manager, North Central Texas Council of Governments
•    Barkev Tatevosian, principal transportation planner, ExpressLanes, LA Metro
•    Eric Coraggio, project manager, Transurban

Register here

 

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