2013 Annual Meeting presentations available for download!
Missed the Annual Meeting or just wanted to look at a presentation, click here to visit the 2013 conference page. You can also look at the agenda or download the attendee list.
2013 Student Awards
The 2013 ITS Heartland Student Competition challenged student to analyze operations data in a highly congested corridor and suggest and defend mitigations measures to relieve congestion, and increase safety and reliability. The Center for ITS Training and Education (CITE) co-sponsored the event by offering prizes to attend ITS America in April as well as the awards and prizes provided by ITS Heartland.
The study location was a well known portion of the Washington DC beltway, famous for its congestion and unreliable travel characteristics. Sensor data, outsourced probe data, and incident data were made available to the students through the Regional Integrated Transportation Information System, (RITIS), hosted at the University of Maryland. RITIS contains multi-state operations data and various analysis and visualization tools to manipulate that data. RITIS also contains a suite of tools developed specifically for the visualization, access, and analysis of leading edge probe data provided through the I95 Corridor Coalition’s Vehicle Probe Project. The objective of the competition was to provide students access to the best operations data available, and see what their skills, imagination and ingenuity could produce.
Copies of the student entries can be found below. Winners will be announced Tuesday, March 26th during the Annual Meeting.
University of Missouri-Columbia (Boris Claros) (read paper)
Bylaw Changes Adopted
A big "thank you" to everyone who voted on our recent bylaw changes. The changes were adopted and the revised bylaws can be viewed here.
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