THINK: Inclusive Infrastructure
What does it mean for infrastructure to be inclusive and how is that concept being applied across the country as cities and states embark on new transportation projects? We explore this critical topic with industry leaders who share their innovative approaches to increasing inclusivity and creating equitable solutions for their communities.
Leveling the Playing Field so Opportunity Can Thrive
At Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, advancing diversity and inclusion is all about creating a culture that connects people to the mission and removes barriers to opportunity and growth.
Ricky Smith, Executive Director and CEO of Baltimore Washington International (BWI) Thurgood Marshall Airport and the Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA) shares how the organization is cultivating opportunity and inclusion.
Squaring the Circle in North Carolina's Capital Region
As plans took shape to finish Raleigh's outer loop highway, the state's turnpike authority's Complete 540 inclusion strategy was guided by a time-honored principle: Being a good neighbor.
North Carolina Turnpike Authority's Deputy Chief Engineer for Highway Operations, Dennis Jernigan, PE, and Chief Engineer, Rodger Rochelle, PE, share four key strategies for a highly inclusive project.
The digital revolution in transportation continues to accelerate, transforming how agencies design, operate and optimize their systems. What does it take for agencies to get on board?
How do we transform data into action?
This edition of THINK sheds light on the revolutionary changes taking place nationally as agencies strive to optimize their systems and create new services through digital infrastructure.