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ADOT Wins NOCoE TSMO Awards

The National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) 2018 Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) Awards were given to showcase the very best in the transportation Industry. The awards recognize the impactful and creative solutions implemented to improve safety and mobility.

Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) won two awards in the Best TSMO project category that recognizes the successful “on the ground” project that demonstrates the solution(s) of improved system management and operations compared with traditional capacity-based approaches.

Winner – Arizona Department of Transportation, US-60 Restripe Project: Arizona DOT Transforms Road Safety Using Full Suite of TSMO Capabilities (reducing crashes by 70% on an interstate merge)
Runner Up – Arizona Department of Transportation, ArizonaDOT’s Wrong-Way Vehicle Detection System & State Trooper Co-Location

Click to find more information regarding the projects.

 

Employment Opportunity-Town of Gilbert

The Town of Gilbert has an opening for Traffic Engineering Specialist Senior.

Applications are open now and will be accepted through December 18, 2018.

Apply online at Government Jobs Website.

 

Employment with City of Mesa – Update

The City of Mesa, has an opening for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Technician Trainee.

Applications are open now and will be accepted through December 6, 2018.

Apply online at Government Jobs website.

 

 

Employment Opportunity with City of Mesa

The City of Mesa, has an opening for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Technician Trainee.

Applications will be accepted through December 6, 2018.

Full details are available online.

Apply online at Government Jobs website

 

 

State of Arizona to open an Institute to Develop Autonomous Technology

The State of Arizona will open the Institute for Automated Mobility that will be dedicated to research autonomous vehicle technologies in cooperation with the private industry, state’s three public universities and the state agencies. 

More details can be found online.