Regional Freight Data Collaboration and Standardization Forum

Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017
8 a.m. - noon EDT

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Overview

Data projects organized under the SHRP2 C20 Freight Demand Modeling and Data Improvement program seek to integrate into conventional practices new freight data sources and innovative means for enhancing data use and value.  The projects also help to break down barriers between public and private sector stakeholders, creating new, mutually beneficial avenues of interaction.  Better planning and operations to support freight transportation needs is a key goal. Projects are also designed to be beneficial to each grant recipient while providing elements transferable to peer organizations.

 

 

Speakers

Luisa Paiewonsky

Confirmed Speaker

Luisa Paiewonsky is the Director for the Center for Infrastructure Systems and Technology at the U.S. DOT/Volpe Center. Prior to joining the U.S. DOT/Volpe Center in 2011, she was the Highway Administrator at the Massachusetts Department of Transportation. She received a Master's Degree in City ... Read More

Jeff Purdy

Confirmed Speaker

Prior to joining the Federal Highway Administration's Office of Freight Management and Operations, Jeff was a Principal Planner at LSL Planning, Inc., a Senior Planner at McKenna Associates, in GIS at the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, and a Community Planner at the U.S. Air Force. He received ... Read More

Matthew Hardy

Confirmed Speaker

Donald Ludlow, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Donald Ludlow is CPCS’s Vice President over the United States and a Principal with the company. He has nearly 20 years of management consulting experience focused on transportation strategy, policy, and operations. He has led and supported consulting engagements in over 40 states, Canada, and Mexico. Donald is an ... Read More

Andrew Reovan

Confirmed Speaker

Andrew Reovan is a Technology Policy Analyst for the US Department of Transportation's Volpe Center in Cambridge, MA. In that role, Andrew supports other transportation agencies across the department of transportation in areas including transportation performance management, freight analysis, and air quality conformity. Andrew holds a Masters in Urban ... Read More

Contact Info

General Staff Account CM, staff@ampo.org