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Talking TIM Webinar Series: May 2021
May 13, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+0Free
The Talking TIM webinar series, brought to you by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), provides a forum where TIM champions with any level of experience can exchange information about current practices, programs, and technologies. Each month, the FHWA TIM Program Team will feature content that highlights successful programs, identifies best practices, and showcases technology that advances the profession. This month, the FHWA TIM Program brings forth multiple TIM-related topics:
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) Role in TIM – Keith Williams, NHTSA’s Chief of Law Enforcement Division, will explain the agency’s critical roles in promoting safe responder and motorist practices. This is a part of the “Meet the Executive Leadership Group” series.
- Incident Detours Involving Railroad Crossings – Norma Jean Griffiths, Grade Crossing and Trespass Manager with the Federal Transit Administration, will discuss detour consideration and resources involving railroad crossings. There’s an app for it!
- Washington State’s TIM Program and Virtual Coordination – Tony Leingang, the Washington State DOT Incident Management and Operations Administrator, will provide an overview of their agency’s TIM program and virtual coordination strategies.
- Responder Vehicle to Traffic Management Center Video Sharing – Scott Yinger, Director, Office of Transportation Mobility and Operations Maryland DOT, State Highway Administration will highlight the tremendous value video sharing capabilities have offered for effective TIM coordination in Maryland.
The FHWA TIM program managers, Paul Jodoin and Jim Austrich, will also provide news associated with the National TIM Responder Training and other FHWA initiatives. To download presentations from previous webinars or to view previous webinars, please visit FHWA’s Talking TIM Webinar Series hosted by NOCoE. For more information regarding this series, please reach out to Paul Jodoin or Jim Austrich.