Session 1: Getting Started-Determining assets to study and climate information
(Thursday, May 16, 3:00-4:30 Eastern Time)
Presenters provided an overview of the key steps involved in conducting a vulnerability assessment as well as examples of studies that include selecting assets and developing climate and extreme weather event information.
A recording of the event will be posted online soon.
Session 2: System-Level Vulnerability Assessments
(Thursday, May 30, 3:00-4:30 Eastern Time)
This session will focus on use of information on transportation assets and climate projections to identify vulnerabilities. Presentations will include:
Session 3: Applying the results
(Wednesday, June 12, 2:00-3:30 Eastern Time)
Representatives from the Boston Region MPO and Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority will discuss incorporating vulnerability assessment results into agency decision making processes and developing adaptation options.
Session 4: Hurricane Sandy - Lessons Learned
(Thursday, June 20, 2:00-3:30 Eastern Time)
This session will focus on extreme weather preparations, emergency response, recovery, and planning for long term resilience.
All sessions will be recorded and made available on this web page.
Please check this page for updates.
For questions about registering for a session, please contact Gina Filosa at (617) 494-3452 or Gina.Filosa@dot.gov. For other questions about the webinars, please contact Rob Kafalenos at Robert.Kafalenos@dot.gov
FHWA held two webinars presenting the results of the pilot program. The webinars were recorded, and are available here.