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Tuesday, April 16

8:30 AM – 9:20 AM

Arrival & Registration

Coffee, Light Breakfast, and Networking from 9:00 AM

College Park Operations Building Lobby

9:20 AM – 10:50 AM

Concurrent Technical Sessions (Session #1)

Track 1: Standards in Practice - Conference Room, 2nd Floor

MUTCD Updates – FHWA Division Office PerspectiveSerena Liu, PE PTOE
Accessible Floating Bus Stop Design: Key Takeaways from a Montgomery County Pilot Demonstration Jameson Keeton, PE
(Toole Design)
Pennsylvania Vulnerable Road User (VRU) Safety AssessmentJason Hershock
(Pennsylvania Department of Transportation)
Horizontal Curves – Evaluations & RecommendationsJacob Kulhanek (Delaware Department of Transprotation)

Track 2: Maryland Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Working Group - Hangar Room, 1st Floor

Panelists for this session include:

CAV Emergency Responder SubgroupVan “Kevin” Stitcher
(Maryland State Police)
CAV Freight SubgroupRichard Bishop
(Bishop Consulting)
CAV Policy SubgroupEd Pavelka
(Johns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Laboratory)
CAV Technical SubgroupWarren Henry, PE, PTOE
(Maryland State Highway Administration)

10:50 AM – 11:05


Morning Break

Conference break sessions sponsored by:

11:05 AM – 12:20 PM

Concurrent Technical Sessions (Session #2)

Track 3: Transportation & Technology - Conference Room, 2nd Floor

Artificial Intelligence-based Integrated Transportation Management System (AI-ITMS) and Beyond  Ziyi Ma, EIT
Assuring Future of Autonomous TransportationEd Pavelka
(Johns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Laboratory)
SEPTA’s Camera Bus Lane Enforcement ProgramMatt Zapson, AICP
(Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, SEPTA)

Track 4: Active Transportation - Hangar Room, 1st Floor

Enola Grade TrailScott Seibel, PE
(Michael Baker International)
Outcome-based Equity Analysis for Sidewalk and Trail ProgrammingLaura Ghosh
(Laudon County Dept. of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure)
Vision Zero program and the W. College Avenue Two-way Separated Bike LaneAmanda Rodriquez (City of Salisbury)
12:20 PM – 1:30 PM


Conference Lunch and District Announcements

College Park Operations Building

Lunch Sponsors:

1:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Technology’s Edge

Technology’s Edge will allow attendees to experience a transportation technology exhibition, including several tours and demonstrations!


CATT Lab: 5000 College Ave, College Park, MD, 20740

The CATT Lab tour will highlight the Regional Integrated Transportation Information System (RITIS) which fuses data from 40 state DOTs partners and ~17,000 registered users. This tour will feature the RITIS real-time transportation map, probe data analytics, trajectory data analytics, and traffic signal analytics. 


Reserved Outside Area @ 5000 College Ave, College Park MD 20740

Ride an autonomous vehicle! The vehicle is equipped with an array of sensors and is used to perform autonomous driving research at the Maryland Transportation Research and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. 


Reserved Outside Area @ 5000 College Ave, College Park MD 20740

Traffic Systems & Technology (TS&T) will be showcasing a number of innovative transportation solutions, including Radar on highways, Lidar at intersections, and ThruGreen as a conduit for legacy systems to new systems.

JMT Driving Simulator

Reserved Outside Area @ 5000 College Ave, College Park MD 20740

Come drive a simulator which allows the user to virtually drive a themed character through a model environment based on real streets in the City of Baltimore!

3:30 PM – 3:45 PM


Travel to Social Venue

Visit our Transportation & Parking page for more details on how to navigate to the Hall, CP!

3:45 PM – 7:00 PM

Social & Traffic Bowl at The Hall CP

MCDITE Traffic Bowl

Visit our social page and our traffic bowl page for more information about these events!

Conference social sponsored by:

Annual Meeting Menu