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WEBINAR - U.S. and International Approaches on infrastructure resilience analysis

Monday 29 June 2020, 17:00 - 18:30 (CEST)

 

WEBINAR

U.S. and International Approaches on infrastructure resilience analysis

Rijkswaterstaat for many years has a good collaboration with FHWA. One of the current topics for this collaboration is Transportation Infrastructure Resilience. With some focus on weather related resilience. Currently also a few state DOTs are involved.

Now a broader webinar is organised, also to reach out to other state DOTs. The webinar will include some work that was also presented by some team members at the Transportation Resilience Conference 2019 (http://www.cvent.com/events/transportation-resilience-2019-an-international-conference-on-natural-hazards-and-extreme-weather-ev/event-summary-e011e931bd2a46de8e2742a9ba14d3be.aspx).

This webinar on Monday 29 June 2020, 17:00-18:30 (CEST) will cover climate change resilience analysis approaches in use by US state departments of transportation and internationally.

The time (17:00-18:30 NL-time) enables wide US and European participation.

The webinar will feature speakers from AASHTO, FHWA, the Colorado Department of Transportation, HNTB, the Conference of European Directors of Roads (CEDR), and Rijkswaterstaat (executive agency of the Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management).

 

Programme

 Welcome & Introductions

·        Melissa Savage, AASHTO

 PART 1

·        Dutch Stress Test Main Road Infrastructure – current state of risk matrix and how they are tailoring information to the regional units’ information needs

o   Kees van Muiswinkel and Myrthe Leijstra (Rijkswaterstaat, the Netherlands)

·        Conference of European Directors of Roads (CEDR) Resources, and implementation

o   Gordana Petkovic, Norwegian Public Roads Administration  

·        Colorado DOT Culvert Resiliency

o   Elizabeth Kemp, Colorado DOT

·        Maine DOT State-Level Transportation Risk Assessment

o   Judy Gates, HNTB (formerly Maine DOT)

·        Question and Answer Session

 PART 2

·        FHWA Reports on Integrating Resilience in Asset Management and Integrating Resilience in Planning

o   Tina Hodges, FHWA

·        AASHTO Resilience Resources

o   Melissa Savage, AASHTO

·        Question and Answer Session

 Closing Remarks/Adjourn

·        Melissa Savage

Registration: 

Click the link below to register for the event:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8024008668106450704

 

 

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