U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
Offers technical assistance and funds – up to $100,000 per STIC per year – to support the costs of standardizing innovative practices in a state transportation agency or other public sector STIC stakeholder.
Program Coordinator, Center for Accelerating Innovation
The state of California is the 52nd member of the national State Transportation Innovation Councils. The charter signed on March 24 asserted that the STIC will provide “multi-stakeholder leadership to perpetuate the rapid deployment of transportation innovation in California.”
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.
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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