Through the month of December, AASHTO, through its Resilience and Sustainable Transportation Systems (RSTS) Technical Services Program, sponsored a five-part webinar series focused on a variety of resilience topics facing DOTs today. Webinar recordings and materials can be accessed via the links below.
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This webinar features Oregon's leadership in the development of seismic resilient highway corridors, and the first seismic resilient corridor, US-97. Join this webinar to learn more about the strategies Oregon has put into place to build their seismic resiliency, including the development of higher bridge standards and a prioritization plan for bridges and corridors. Presented by Matt Garrett, Oregon Department of Transportation Director.
This webinar provides lessons learned from Hurricane Florence, a Category 4 storm that ripped through the Carolinas and caused severe flooding that was compounded by pre-existing ground saturation due to earlier summer floods. Presented by Leland Colvin, South Carolina Department of Transportation Deputy Secretary for Engineering.
The transportation sector is the third most vulnerable sector to cyber-attacks. Join this webinar to learn from Colorado DOT about what DOTs should know and how they can be better prepared. Presented by Mike Lewis, Colorado Department of Transportation Executive Director.
How do you create a resilient organization in the face of recurring extreme events? Join this webinar to learn how the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development addressed "hurricane fatigue" and how they continue to build organizational resilience. Presented by Shawn Wilson, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Secretary.
This webinar provides a closing summary of AASHTO's RSTS Resilience Webinar Series, as well as findings and lessons learned from DOT CEOs at the first annual Transportation Resilience Innovations Summit and Exchange (RISE). Presented by Paula Hammond, WSP USA and Former Washington State Department of Transportation Secretary.
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