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2016 Summer Workshop

 

July 26-29, 2016 Asheville, N.C.   (Click for more information)



2014 Summer Workshop

 

The Sustainability and Resilient Infrastructure Workshop was from June 16th to June 19th, 2014.




Thank you all for your past interest and effort in this successful workshop!


2014 Committee Annual Meeting

 


We had a Subcommittee Meeting on January 14, 2014 from 1:30 PM to 3:15 PM at the Hilton Hotel L'Enfant room. More details can be provided via this flyer.

This meeting had reviewed alternative and innovative uses of transportation agency properties such as right‑of‑ways, facilities, and infrastructure to support overall environmental and economic sustainability objectives. Alternative financing models and project delivery methods in support of these projects were also discussed.




2013 Committee Annual Meeting

 

 

 

Monday

January 14th

Tuesday

January 15th

10:15AM-

12:00PM

Waste Management and Remediation Subcommittee

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Session 533

Controlling Costs and Protecting the Environment in Transportation Operations and Maintenance

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12:15PM-

3:15PM

 

Waste Management and Resource Efficiency in Transportation Committee

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3:45PM-

5:30PM

Session 386

Conserving Resources in Transportation Projects and Operations

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Session 641

Changing Stormwater Management Requirements for Facilities and Operations: Pollution Prevention and Housekeeping Options

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For a copy of the agenda for this meeting, click here.

The above is a list of committee activities during the 92nd Annual TRB Annual Meeting in Washington, DC on January 13-17, 2013. For more information, please go to www.trb.org. For more information on committee events, please e-mail info@trb-adc60.org.


2012 Summer Workshop

 

To download a presentation from this meeting, please click here.


2012 Annual Meeting (January 22 - 26 in Washington, DC)

 

Committee Meeting Was On Tuesday, January 24 at the Hilton

(10:15 - 1:15 PM)

 

Our Two Planned Technical Sessions During the 2012 Annual Meeting Include:

 

CGS12-039


Sustainable Transportation Operations and Infrastructure (Part A) – Planning to Make It Happen


David Emil Soltis, Consultant, presiding


Sponsored by Committee on Waste Management and Resource Efficiency in Transportation


Many Transportation Agencies face growing expectations or have pursued internal initiatives to become sustainable. Success in integrating sustainability into the agency corporate culture depends on executive-level support, multi-discipline input and decision-making, and rigorous feasibility evaluations. These presentations provide examples and guidance on the ways in which transportation agencies are incorporating sustainability into their organizations’ routine way of doing business.


Alternative Uses of Highway Rights-of-Way: Accommodating Renewable Energy Technologies (12-1055)
     
Carson Poe, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center
     
Gina Filosa, US DOT/Volpe Center

 

Making Sustainability Part of a DOT’s Mission, Goals and Strategies – Management Decisions and Actions at Oregon DOT (P12-5666)
Jennie Armstrong, Oregon Department of Transportation


Making Sustainability Part of a Transportation Agency’s Mission, Goals and Strategies – Management Decisions and Actions at New York City Transit (P12-5875)
Thomas Abdallah, New York City Transit


CGS12-040
Sustainable Transportation Operations and Infrastructure (Part B) – Practical Applications
Edward D. Wallingford, Virginia Department of Transportation, presiding
Sponsored by Committee on Waste Management and Resource Efficiency in Transportation

When incorporating sustainable principles and practices into transportation operations and infrastructure, agencies must identify practical and cost-effective solutions that can be readily used in their operations and infrastructure. These presentations provide details on operations and infrastructure projects that can be used by other DOTs in pursuing their sustainability initiatives. Presentation details include lessons learned, best practices, performance results, and implementation costs.

Green Infrastructure Lessons Learned and Best Practices (P12-5867)
     
Steven Eget, Dewberry


Renewable Energy Technologies in Transportation – Case Studies from across the US (P12-5869)
     
Carson Poe, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center


Sustainable Rest Area Design and Operation (P12-5871)
     
Art Hirsch, TerraLogic


VDOT/VCTIR Waste Management Sustainability Initiatives – Processing and Waste-to-Energy (P12-5872)
     
Thomas Lewis, Louis Berger Group, Inc.
     
David Emil Soltis, Consultant

 


2011 EMS Committee Meeting (October 31, 2011 in NYC)

 

 

To download a presentation from this meeting, please click here.


2011 Summer Workshop (Portland, OR)

To download a presentation from this meeting, please click here.


2011: Annual, DC




2010: Annual, DC



2009: Summer, NYC
2009 Summer Workshop: NYC