Construction and Maintenance Engineers, Hydraulic Engineers, Designers, Bridge Engineers, Planners, Project Managers, Public Outreach Professionals, Public Information Officers, Traffic Managers….
Agencies are responsible to identify problems quickly and confidently, leading to faster and more accurate responses to traffic incidents and other congestion causing events. Agencies are consistently looking for ways to leverage the collective wisdom and insights of their citizens to solve a problem or address a need.
Solution: Use crowdsourcing to obtain information from the public to solve your roadway operations problem or address your transportation need! Register here and attend to find out how. The webinar starts on October 17th at 1pm and goes until 2:30pm. Be sure to register 72 hours before the webinar begins!
Presenters and Topics
Introduction to Crowdsourcing and Improved Transportation Operations
James Coylar, FHWA Office of Operations
Linking Landscapes for Massachusetts Wildlife
Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife
Crowdsourcing for Wildlife Road Crossings
Maine Audubon Wildlife Conservation Organization
Crowdsourcing for Road Maintenance
Citizens Service Response, City of Richmond, Virginia
Crowdsourcing for Emergency Roadway Management
City of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Feel free to forward and share this invitation with others among our primary target audience of Counties and Cities, Federal Land Management Agencies, Tribal Nations, and Federal Lands Highway. Others who are interested are very welcome too. To obtain the link to attend, please register no later than 72 hours before the webinar (also known as the REGISTRATION CUTOFF DATE). Note that neither CECs or PDHs are provided.