Events

Events
< 2016 >
December
  • 01
    01.December.Thursday

    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    12/01/2016
    Hilton Austin, East 4th Street, Austin, TX, United States
    Hilton Austin, East 4th Street, Austin, TX, United States

    TxDOT’s Texas Technology Task Force is hosting the Texas Mobility Summit to advance the creation of a Smart State Consortium, encourage public-private dialogue, and galvanize key leadership in developing innovative solutions to the state’s mobility challenges. City and regional teams will have the opportunity to share their ideas – from enabling connected vehicles to providing transportation options at your fingertips – and develop a common vision for the future of Texas mobility.

  • 02
    02.December.Friday

    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    12/02/2016
    Hilton Austin, East 4th Street, Austin, TX, United States
    Hilton Austin, East 4th Street, Austin, TX, United States

    TxDOT’s Texas Technology Task Force is hosting the Texas Mobility Summit to advance the creation of a Smart State Consortium, encourage public-private dialogue, and galvanize key leadership in developing innovative solutions to the state’s mobility challenges. City and regional teams will have the opportunity to share their ideas – from enabling connected vehicles to providing transportation options at your fingertips – and develop a common vision for the future of Texas mobility.

  • 02
    02.December.Friday

    1:00 PM-5:00 PM
    12/02/2016
    TxDOT Riverside Campus
    200 E Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78704, United States

    For interested TxDOT staff:

    As research project 0-6847 – An Assessment of Autonomous Vehicles: Traffic Impacts and Infrastructure Needs comes to a close, the CTR research team will be hosting a workshop at the TxDOT Riverside Campus, Building 200, Classroom C to review project findings. An online option will be available to TxDOT staff who cannot attend in person.

    Below is a tentative agenda for the afternoon workshop:

    1:00-2:30 Kara Kockelman: Forecasting demand and adoption of CAV technology

       1:00-1:15 Welcome and opening remarks

       1:15-1:30 Survey and survey results

       1:30-1:45 Fleet evolution scenarios and simulations

       1:45-2:00 Travel demand scenarios and simulations

       2:00-2:15 Shared automated vehicle scenarios

       2:15-2:30 Summary and recommendations for TxDOT

    2:30-2:45 Q&A / Discussion

    2:45-3:30 Steve Boyles: Simulating traffic impacts of CAVs

       2:45-2:50 Overview of potential traffic impacts and relevant technologies

       2:50-3:00 Platooning and roadway capacity

       3:00-3:10 Smarter intersection control

       3:10-3:20 Simulation results on arterial and freeway networks

       3:20-3:30 Summary and recommendations for TxDOT

    3:30-3:45 Q&A / Discussion

    3:45-4:30 Christian Claudel: Using new devices to improve transportation

       3:45-3:50 Overview of new opportunities

       3:50-4:05 Devices for traffic monitoring

       4:05-4:20 Safety applications of new devices

       4:20-4:30 Summary and recommendations for TxDOT

     

    If you are unable to attend in person, WebEx information will be sent out as the date approaches. Please feel free to forward to other TxDOT staff.

    For more information, contact Darrin Jensen, Research Project Manager, Research & Technology Implementation Division, Office: 512.416.4728

  • 23
    23.December.Friday

    All day
    12/23/2016
    CTR
    Center For Transportation Research - UT Austin, Guadalupe Street, Austin, TX, United States

    The Center will be closed, in observance of the Winter Holidays.

    https://hr.utexas.edu/current/leave/holidays.html#schedule2017

     

  • 26
    26.December.Monday

    All day
    12/26/2016
    CTR
    Center For Transportation Research - UT Austin, Guadalupe Street, Austin, TX, United States

    The Center will be closed, in observance of the Winter Holidays.

    https://hr.utexas.edu/current/leave/holidays.html#schedule2017

     

 

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