Dec 08, 2020

Crowdsourcing to Advance Operations

Speakers
  • Transportation Specialist, Federal Highway Administration
    Biography

      James is co-leading the EDC-6 initiative on crowdsourcing for advancing operations. He has worked for FHWA for 19 years and has experience in traffic engineering, intelligent transportation systems, and transportation operations. He holds bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering and a master's in transportation policy.



      Contact: James.Colyar@dot.gov

    • Transportation Systems Operations Specialist, Federal Highway Administration
      Biography

        Ralph is co-leading the EDC-6 initiative on crowdsourcing for advancing operations. He provides technical assistance and training and deploys systems operations and management strategies and techniques to FHWA internal and external customers. Prior to joining FHWA in 2001, Ralph earned transportation experience in the State, regional, and private-sector arenas.



        Contact: Ralph.Volpe@dot.gov

      • Freeway Management Specialist, Federal Highway Administration
        Biography

          Greg is co-leading the EDC-6 initiative on crowdsourcing for advancing operations. He has worked at FHWA for 36 years. Greg specializes in managed lanes, active transportation and demand management, freeway management, and hurricane evacuation. He has a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Tennessee.



          Contact: GregMJones@dot.gov

        • Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Engineer, Maine Department of Transportation
          Biography

            Colby has been a member of the Maine DOT's Traffic Engineering and ITS group since 2018.



            Contact: colby.fortier-brown@maine.gov

          • Traveler Information Manager, Utah Department of Transportation
            Biography

              Lisa is responsible for media involvement and strategic communications for the Utah DOT (UDOT). Prior to joining UDOT, Lisa was a consultant for 10 years. She holds a bachelor's degree in communications from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee and a master's in journalism from South Dakota State University.



              Contact: lisamiller@utah.gov


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