The RTA-NCDOT Intersection Solutions Forum series highlights new intersection innovations and other ways to improve streets quickly and safely. Hosted by the regional business community in partnership with NCDOT, this event series features presentations from member companies as well as local and state transportation leaders.

Topics include analytics, safety models, synchronized superstreets, roundabouts and variations, variable number of left turn lanes, adaptive signals, incremental bus rapid transit, and other mobility and safety innovations.

There is no cost to attend a forum event, but an RSVP is required – email natalie@letsgetmoving.org.

 


 

RTA-NCDOT Intersection Solutions Forum 2
Thursday, March 21, 2019, 3 pm – 5 pm
3 pm – 5 pm
SAS – building C – Executive Briefing Center, Room C-150, 
Cary, North Carolina
Note:  this is a different building than the November 2018 forum

Confirmed or Potential Agenda Topics

  • (   5m) Welcome and introductions – RTA, NCDOT, and SAS
  • (   5m) Acknowledgements and event overview  – RTA
  • (20m) Group discussion – Advancing intersection innovations — RTA, NCDOT
  • (10m) NCDOT signal system prioritization tool – Jennifer Portanova, NCDOT
  • (10m)  Incremental bus rapid transit at intersections – 
  • (10m) Multimodal 54 / Adaptive signals – 
  • (10m) Connected/autonomous vehicles pilot on NC 55 – 
  • (10m) Variable number of left turn lanes pilot – Kevin Lacy, NCDOT and Joe Milazzo II, RTA
  • (10m) Safe as Feasible Intersection Design (SAFID) update – Dr. Joe Hummer, NCDOT
  • (10m) RTA-municipal intersection partnerships – France Campbell, AECOM; Phil Loziuk, City of Durham; Josh Hurst, Clark Nexsen; Jed Niffenegger, City of Raleigh
  • (15m) Interactive group discussion
  • (  5m) Closing remarks
  • Adjourn by 5:00 pm

RSVP to natalie@letsgetmoving.org by Monday, March 18.


 

Prior event:

RTA-NCDOT Intersection Solutions Forum 1
Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018
3 pm – 5 pm
SAS – building V – Cary, North Carolina

Final Agenda

  • Welcome and introductions – Kevin Lacy, NCDOT; Geoff Lang, MetLife, RTA 2019 chair
  • Acknowledgements and event overview  – Joe Milazzo II, RTA; Natalie Griffith, RTA
  • Analytics for intersection operations – Dr. Katy Salamati, SAS
  • Safest Feasible Intersection Design (SAFID) – Dr. Joe Hummer, NCDOT
  • Dynamic all-red extension – Carrie Simpson, NCDOT
  • Variable number of left turn lanes pilot – Kevin Lacy, NCDOT and Joe Milazzo II, RTA
  • Modular and mini roundabouts – Jim Dunlop, NCDOT
  • RTA-municipal intersection partnerships – France Campbell, AECOM; Josh Hurst, Clark Nexsen; Jed Niffenegger, City of Raleigh; David Spencer, Town of Cary
  • Interactive group discussion – Adrianne Elder, Duke Energy, RTA streets chair
  • Closing remarks
  • Adjourn by 5:00 pm

Download full presentation deck here.

 


 

RTA Major Investors

RTA Gold and Sustaining Gold* members

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Clark Nexsen
Duke Energy

EDGE5 — Wake County Economic Development Program
 *
Forge Communications
Fred Smith Company
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Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce *
HDR
IBM Corporation
Kane Realty Corporation
Kimley-Horn
MetLife
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Red Hat, Inc.

Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina
  *
Wetherill Engineering, Inc.

RTA Silver Members

RTA Bronze Members

ABB Inc.
Atkins
Bayer CropScience LP
Biogen
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina
Branch Banking & Trust Co.
Capitol Broadcasting Co., Inc.
Clancy & Theys Construction Company
Dewberry
Fairway Outdoor Advertising
Fox Rothschild LLP
GlaxoSmithKline
Highwoods Properties Inc.
PNC
Ramey Kemp & Associates, Inc.
SAS Institute, Inc.
TheeDesign
TRIMAT
WakeMed Health & Hospitals
Wake Technical Community College
York Properties, Inc./McDonald-York Building Company