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Power of the STIC – People Driving Innovation

Video highlighting the benefits of being involved in a STIC.

In this video, members of the Pennsylvania STIC and FHWA highlight the benefits of being involved in a STIC.

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.

Read Pennsylvania Report on Innovation Accomplishments

Pennsylvania Report on Innovation Accomplishments
Accomplishments 2015: Innovation Through Collaboration details the progress Pennsylvania’s State Transportation Innovation Council made last year. According to the report, the STIC approved eight new initiatives, trained more than 1,000 transportation professionals and partnered with five Pennsylvania Department of Transportation districts to host Innovation Day workshops. The STIC also promoted innovations through hands-on demonstrations and presentations at industry conferences and events.

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