Welcome to the Regional TSMO Committee (ACP10) website
The Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations Committee (ACP10) is concerned with regional transportation systems management to maximize transportation system performance in metropolitan areas, including coordinated and integrated decision-making approaches to operations and the harmonization of operations with planning, construction, preservation, and maintenance of transportation facilities.
News and Updates
November 26, 2019 by Pat Noyes (Secretary):
Noblis and ICF are conducting a study for the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) on the deployment of connected vehicle technologies on rural corridors (NCHRP 08-120).
Click on the link below to access the survey. The link below will be operational until Friday December 6, 2019.
Please contact the principal investigator, Barbara Staples (Barbara.Staples@noblis.org), if you have any questions.
November 21, 2019 by Nikola Ivanov:
The Operations and Preservation Group Young Members Council (OPG YMC) is promoting our Mentoring Program that supports new and young members and facilitates their engagement at TRB.
To ensure that we match mentors/mentees according to their needs and preferences, we kindly ask that (1) experienced TRB Committee Members/Friends who are willing to participate as mentors; and (2) new attendees/young members who would like to sign up as mentees to fill out the corresponding survey:
Although this is an on-going program, we ask that all interested participants to sign-up by December 6, 2019 so that the matched mentor/mentee pairs can start communicating prior to attending the 2020 Annual Meeting.
Detailed descriptions of the Mentoring Program can be found in the attachment.
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