2020 TRB Annual Meeting - A Century of Progress: Foundation for the Future

2020 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting
Washington, DC

Ed Kussy, Christine Ryan and David Miller will be speaking at the 2020 Transportation Research Board’s Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. The meeting will cover all transportation modes, with more than 5,000 presentations in nearly 800 sessions and workshops, addressing topics of interest to policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers and representatives of government, industry and academic institutions.

Ed will speak on "Lessons Learned from 100 Years of Project Delivery Workshop" on Sunday, January 12th. The workshop will provide an overview of project delivery in America in the past 100 years, presenting lessons learned and emerging trends over that period and their relevance to the transportation sector today.

Christine will be a panelist on "Risk Assessment and Management" on Tuesday, January 14th. The panel will discuss the life cycle of risk assessment and management for public works projects, starting with the identification and allocation of risks, contractual considerations to embody the owner’s desired risk sharing, how a risk profile affects funding, price estimates and contingencies, and finally, enforcement of risk sharing provisions. It will also walk through the process of developing a risk matrix, how that risk profile factors into the project’s delivery method, contract drafting considerations and project administration.

David will be a panelist on "Bridging Plans and Projects: How Planning and Environmental Linkages Eliminates Duplication in Environmental Reviews" on Tuesday, January 14th. The panel will explore the various authorities for Planning and Environmental Linkages, how they work, what is the state of practice in this area and what might be in the future for this concept as the Federal Highway Administration implements its One Federal Decision policy.

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