T3 Webinars: Interactive web conferences on ITS topics
T3 webinars present on issues across all phases of the ITS project lifecycle. Read More

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Talking Technology and Transportation (T3) Webinars

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Talking Technology and Transportation (T3) Webinars are designed to help agencies feel confident about deploying ITS technologies as a means to address challenges in their transportation systems. These free, 90-minute, interactive online meetings offer knowledge sharing on topics related to ITS planning, design, procurement, deployment, and operations. The goal of the T3 Webinar Program is to increase the planning and technical capabilities of the ITS workforce, leading to a greater number of integrated, strategic, and effectively-deployed ITS system.

T3 Webinar Schedule

Date Time T3 Webinar Title Location Sponsor
April 24, 2014 1:00-2:30 PM ET Connected Vehicle Basics Online ITS PCB
May 14, 2014 1:00-2:30 PM ET Transit Safety and Mobility Applications in a Connected Vehicle World Online ITS PCB

Recent T3 Webinars

Date T3 Webinar Title Archive Availability
March 6, 2013 Managing Traffic During Flood Events: Transportation Agency Experiences and Strategies Available now
February 6, 2013 Educating Students for ITS Careers: Are Universities Meeting the Challenge? Available now
December 5, 2013 Learn from the Experts: Open Data Policy Guidelines for Transit –
Maximizing Real Time and Schedule Data Use and Investments
Available now
Multiple Dates Connected Vehicle Reference Implementation Architecture (CVRIA) Webinar Series
(multiple webinars)
Available now
October 30, 2013 Using ITS to Increase the Effectiveness of Your Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Program Available now
June 13, 2013 Keep It Real: Real-Time Transit Traveler Information Systems –
511, Social Media, and More
Available now

Missed a T3 Webinar? Find recordings and playbacks of over 60 past T3 Webinars in the T3 Webinar Archive.

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T3 Webinar Basics

  • A T3 Webinar is normally 90 minutes with presentations delivered in the first 60 minutes followed by 30 minutes for questions and answers from the audience.
  • Designed to be interactive, T3 Webinars allow participants to submit questions any time during the webinar for later discussion during the question and answer period.
  • Accessible 24/7, past events are stored in the T3 Webinar Archive and include an audio/video playback of the webinar. Transcripts from the webinar along with presentations use in the webinar are posted in the archive approximately three weeks after the webinar.
  • The ITS PCB Program does not offer Professional Development Hours (PDHs); however, your completion of a training module may qualify as a PDH-eligible activity with your licensing agency. The steps to request a confirmation that you attended the webinar are explained in the webinar.

So You Think You Can T3?!

The T3 Webinar Program is opening its virtual doors to the successes, challenges, and critical ITS issues facing your organization. Has your agency recently implemented an ITS project or overcome a transportation challenge using ITS technology? Send us your proposal for presenting a T3 Webinar highlighting your agencies ITS related case study or problem solving challenge. If your proposal is chosen, you will have the opportunity to share your story and interact (virtually) with hundreds of your ITS peers across the country. No travel is required and all you need is a computer and phone line!

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