Making Multimodal Transportation Succeed: Technology and Partnerships at Work
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Tuesday, October 18, 2011: 4:00 PM-5:30 PM
S210B (Orange County Convention Center )
United States Department of Transportation
Jeffrey Lindley, Associate Administrator of Operations, Federal Highway Administration, United States Department of Transportation
This session will focus on institutional, and political challenges addressed by six Urban Partners to use four complementary and synergistic strategies referred to as the four “Ts” Tolling, Transit, Technology and Telecommuting. By focusing strategies on specific metropolitan corridors significant impacts on congestion are expected. The results achieved by the Urban Partners to date will be discussed.