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Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations Annual Conference

October 25-28, Fort Worth, Texas

FHWA EDC-4 Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures Workshop

Equipment Vendors, Software Providers and Consultants
November 10, Indianapolis, Indiana

EDC Exchange

Series of web-based presentations with in-person group participation

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Pennsylvania STIC Hosts Innovation Day

The Pennsylvania State Transportation Innovation Council conducted an Innovation Day to highlight the role of innovation in delivering a high-quality transportation system. More than 200 people learned about the state’s use of solutions such as accelerated bridge construction, salt alternatives and adaptive signal control technology.

Creating a National Innovation Network

State Transportation Innovation Councils (STIC) are creating a culture of innovation in the highway community as they lead deployment of new technologies and practices in their states.

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