Optimizing “Rideability” Intelligent Transportation for the Masses

 

December 11
11AM PT, 2PM ET
Duration: 1 hour

Wednesday, Dec 11, 2013
11:00 AM PT | 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 60 minutes


How can you gain real-time awareness about current traffic issues?
What is the best way to customize transportation solutions?

Transportation agencies are struggling to manage traffic congestion—a common problem for cities around the world. How can transportation managers handle predictable and unpredictable patterns of demand today, while planning for increasing volume in the future?

Join Governing and leading transportation experts as we discuss best practices in innovative technology solutions to keep millions of vehicles travelling safely, and get the insights you need to manage traffic effectively.

At this event you will learn:

  •     Ways to increase commuter satisfaction, ridership and improve profitability
  •     How to improve public transportation usage through timely information about traffic awareness, transit schedule changes and significant events  impacting services
  •     Ways to customize transportation solutions in order to see the key performance indicators and operating procedures that matter most
  •     How to integrate transportation solutions with other city functions to ensure streamlined collaboration across multiple systems

Featured Speakers:

Kirk Steudle
Vice Chair, Board of Directors, Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITSA)
Director, Michigan Department of Transportation

Keeranoor Kumar
Product Manager, IBM Intelligent Transportation, Executive Certified IT Architect, IBM Master Inventor

Sally Patrenos
Former Executive Director, Florida Transportation Commission
Senior Fellow, Governing Institute


For questions or to register, contact:

Jennifer Caldwell
Governing
916-932-1345
jcaldwell@governing.com


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