The latest Transportation Point articles features three leaders in emerging technology adoption: The City of Columbus, Ohio, The Florida Department of Transportation and The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
Each article explores new ways to enhance mobility and create more efficiencies as technologies rapidly change, workforce demands shift and the pace of change continues to accelerate. For the introduction to this issue from Greg Krueger, HNTB's Emerging Technologies Program Manager, read on.
Considering alternate futures
Florida Department of Transportation is preparing for the impacts of emerging technologies.
Brad Thoburn, Assistant Secretary for Strategic Development explains how FDOT is planning for multiple scenarios to ensure their transportation system is ready for the future.
Smart Columbus Makes The Grade
After winning a multi-million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, The City of Columbus has been on the forefront of utilizing emerging technologies to advance mobility.
Ken Paul and Mandy Kisling Bishop share the key successes from implementing the Smart Columbus Program to create safer, cleaner and more equitable transportation for City of Columbus residents.
VIRTUAL PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT | SPRING 2021
MaineDOT outlines how it successfully instituted an online public involvement process that is generating greater engagement, cost savings and message control