OMS-CFTPG: Multimodal Safety
Thursday, November 5, 2015
noon - 2 p.m. EST
Orlando, FL, United States
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Safety, Safety, Safety. Through presentation on several Central Florida projects, planners will learn and be engaged on ways they can design their multi-modal facilties for the safety of their users. They will learn about the latest available systems and process that ensure safety to passengers and transit workers.
SunRail: Central Florida’s First Commuter Rail System, Promoting Railroad Safety through Public Engagement
Thad Joseph, Public Involvement and Community Outreach Project Manager, SunRail
The community outreach initiatives used to raise public awareness about railroad safety throughout the Central Florida community is the focus of this presentation.
Safety and Security at Orlando International Airport
Cyrus T. Callum, A.A.E., ACE, Assistant Director, Airport Operations – Landside Operations, Orlando International Airport
Marquez Griffin, A.A.E., ACE, Assistant Director, Airport Operations – Airfield, Orlando International Airport
The complexity and behind-the-scenes details of how safety and security go hand-in-hand for the Orlando International Airport are outlined in this presentation. The Landside portion presents complexities that we all know too well: dealing with the airlines and the TSA. The Airside component typically involves a plane taxiing, taking off or landing. Bur how much safety and security involved in these seemingly simple processes with be presented to illustrate how complex processes translate to a seamless experience.
I-4 Operational Incident Management and Response
Joseph A. Morffi, I-4 Ultimate Operations & Maintenance Manager, Skanska USA Civil Southeast (Managing Partner for SGL)
Keeping I-4 free from delays due to accidents is challenging. Performance measures for incident management throughout the PPP Project and keeping I-4 free from delays due to accidents during the major construction of I-4 Ultimate is even more challenging. An operational incident management and response process to help keep I-4 safe during this major construction will be presented.
TSM&O and its safety Benefits
Edward L. Grant IV, Florida Department of Transportation – District 5, ITS Operations Manager
The resources to provide outreach to the public for advance warning providing real-time active management and operations to improve mobility for roadway users will be discussed.
FDOT’s Complete Streets and Bicycle Facilities Design Efforts
Dewayne Carver, AICP, State Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator, Florida Department of Transportation Roadway Design Office
This presentation will look at macro-level planning and the connection to land use as part of the overall complete streets effort; context-based design proves blending planning and design o provide an optimal balance of transportation needs; and FDOT’s new bicycle standards.
DeWayne Carver, AICP
Edward Grant IV
Joseph A. Morffi
Marquez Griffin, AAE, ACE
Cyrus T. Callum, A.A.E., ACE, MCA