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ITS Standards Training Modules

The ITS Professional Capacity Building Program (ITS PCB) is pleased to offer FREE ITS standards training.

The 64-module training series is for practitioners in state and local highway agencies and transit agencies who seek the skills needed to procure, test, implement, and operate standards-based ITS systems and devices. Consultants, system designers, integrators, and testers will also find the training informative.

The 25-module transit training series focuses exclusively on standards used in transit applications. Similar to the 64-modules series, the transit modules give practitioners the skills to help them effectively procure and utilize standards used in transit systems and devices.

Learn more about the 64-module training series ➜

Learn more about the 25-module transit training series ➜

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Why Should You Take ITS Standards Training?

Agencies that use standards in their ITS deployments have a greater capacity to share data and coordinate transportation services across different surface transportation modes. These 90-minute training modules discuss topics and content related to purchasing, testing, implementing, and operating standards-based ITS equipment and systems. Take these modules at your own pace and gain valuable skills that can benefit your career and improve the efficiency of your agency’s ITS systems. Learn more.


CONTACT

Jonathan Walker, P.E., Ph.D.
Chief Policy, Architecture, and Knowledge Transfer, ITS Joint Program Office
U.S. Department of Transportation
(202) 366-2199
Jonathan.B.Walker@dot.gov

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