124th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Alliance

124th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Alliance
Network with transportation professionals from around the state.
Hear from MnDOT and other State and Federal agency representatives:
  • Connected Vehicle Technology
  • Metropolitan Council Update
  • Multimodal Funding Outlook
  • State Road Construction Program
  • Corridors of Commerce
  • Project Selection Process
  • Federal Funds
  • Local Road Improvement Program
  • Local Bridge Program
  • Local Funding Issues
  • 2018 Legislative Session - Funding Opportunities

Event Program

REGISTER NOW

Wednesday, November 8, 2017
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Check-in will begin at 9:00 AM

Kelly Inn St. Cloud
100 4th Avenue South
St. Cloud, MN 56301

Registration Cost: 

     Members:  $110
     Non-Members:  $135

Alliance Member List 
Membership Information

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY
Please provide notice of a cancellations
on or before November 1, 2017 for a
refund. Substitutes are accepted but 
No Shows will be billed. 

Special Presentation

Connected Vehicle Technology
 
Pilot Projects in Wyoming, New York and Florida
                                                  Jim McCarthy, FHWA
Tampa-Hillsborough Florida Pilot Project
                                                   Bob Frey, THEA
Minnesota Connected Vehicle Pilot Project
                                                   Jay Hietpas, MnDOT

The U.S. Department of Transportation's (USDOT’s) Connected Vehicle program is working with state and local transportation agencies, vehicle and device makers, and the public to test and evaluate technology that will enable cars, buses, trucks, trains, roads and other infrastructure, and our smartphones and other devices to “talk” to one another.

In 2015, the USDOT launched the Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Program to spur implementations of connected vehicle technology in regions throughout the nation. The three sites include using connected vehicle technologies to improve safe and efficient truck movement along I-80 in southern Wyoming, exploiting V2V and intersection communications to improve vehicle flow and pedestrian safety in high-priority corridors in New York City, and deploying multiple safety and mobility applications on and in proximity to reversible freeway lanes in Tampa, Florida.