The U.S. transportation network is a critical asset. Traffic operations centers, air traffic control towers and mass transit control centers are essential to the safe and effective movement of people and goods. But these systems are also highly capital and infrastructure intensive, requiring constant monitoring and upkeep.
What happens when an event like COVID-19 disrupts the transportation sector? How do leaders respond effectively to a disaster scenario, ensuring they can operate their networks safely and efficiently and they can support essential services and workers?
Join Government Technology on August 3 at 10 a.m. Pacific/1 p.m. Eastern as we talk with David Sullivan, director of revenue at Elizabeth River Crossings, an organization that operates and maintains the two tunnels connecting the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth, the MLK Expressway, and approximately 51 miles of highway, providing multiple travel options for commuters in the area. ERC is operated under a public-private partnership with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT).
Register now to hear our experts discuss:
* How COVID-19 is affecting the transportation sector
* What a resilient transportation agency looks like
* How technology can help prepare transportation agencies for the future