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Seminars : (SR500A) EDC-4 Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures - Funding Traffic Signal Projects

Seminar Details
Seminar Host:

No presence informationCurtis, Eddie (FHWA)


(SR500A) EDC-4 Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures - Funding Traffic Signal Projects

Seminar Start Date:

2/22/2018 1:00 PM

Seminar End Time:

2/22/2018 2:45 PM



This webinar will provide an overview of funding mechanisms available to agencies to enable support traffic signal improvements; such as Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPM). In addition to providing a refresher on the process involved in accessing Federal-Aid funds. The webinar will share experiences and lessons learned from the state DOT, MPO, and local level. Participants will learn appropriate funding methods to support projects such as signal retiming, infrastructure upgrades, and implementing new operational approaches like Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPM). ATSPM is fueling a transformation in how transportation agencies approach the management, operations, and maintenance of signalized intersections. The Federal Highway Administration’s inclusion of ATSPMs in the Every Day Counts 4 Initiative, is catalyzing the transformation of traffic signal operations from traditional reactive, temporal and complaint-based approaches to active, objectives and performance-based approaches. The outcome of shifting traffic signal operations from reactive to proactive is high-quality traffic signal operations that are consistent with the needs of communities and reflected in operations and maintenance objectives. ATSPMs empower agencies to provide signal operations that are safer, promote greater mobility, reduce congestion and demonstrate fiscal responsibility. This webinar is part of a series that will familiarize participants with the technical aspects of ATSPMs, how they fit into an objectives and performance-based management framework, and implementation options that fit a range of agency capability, and infrastructure situation. The FHWA does not endorse or promote specific products that are presented within the context of these webinars.

Target Audience & Presenters:

State DOT,Field Office,HQ,State, MPO and Local Agencies involved in the management, operation and maintenance of traffic signal systems


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