TSMO & the MOD Vision: Concepts and Examples
Wednesday, November 20, 2019 6:00:00 PM UTC - 8:30:00 PM UTC
As states and municipalities start to consider emerging mobility innovations, they will see the convergence and integration of infrastructure, services, technologies, and policies bringing a broader spectrum of travel choices in daily travel. Simultaneously, traveler expectations are changing as traveler increasingly expect real-time, dynamic, actionable information on travel options before and during their trips. Meanwhile, from a system manager point of view, integration of Mobility on Demand (MOD)-related services and programs with the overall transportation system is necessary to ensure reliable and efficient travel for all users. 
This webinar helps participants see the linkages between Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) and MOD. The webinar identifies the connections between TSMO and MOD to balance demand and supply on the system. Two recent and ongoing regional and State efforts in this area are presented. Recent research and reference material from FHWA on TSMO and its role in supporting MOD and travel demand management are also highlighted. 

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