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HDR's Arseneau, Pierce and Sharp to Discuss USDOT’s Recently Released Automated Vehicles Guidelines at ACEC Webinar

HDR's Bernie Arseneau, P.E., PTOE; Ben Pierce and Will Sharp, P.E., PTOE are presenting the American Council of Engineering Companies' upcoming webinar, “Preparing for the Future of Automated and Connected Vehicles," on Monday, December 3, at 1:30 p.m. ET.

The webinar will focus on the U.S. Department of Transportation’s third generation of automated vehicle policies and recommendations and the impacts that automated vehicles will have on the nation’s surface transportation system. Practical future-proofing tools and technologies that state and local transportation agencies can implement today will also be discussed.

National AV/CV thought leader Pierce will give an overview of USDOT’s newly released, “Preparing for the Future of Transportation: Automated Vehicles 3.0” document, and HDR’s highways experts, Arseneau and Sharp, will lead a discussion about the many issues facing state and local governments and how the professional consulting community can help public agencies prepare and adapt for continued safe and reliable transportation. The presentation will include insights and research about future-proofing highway and roadway infrastructure and other concepts on how to incorporate and accommodate the rapidly changing transportation technologies.

You can register to attend the December 3 webinar, or view it on demand.

About HDR’s advanced technology for surface transportation experience

HDR’s award-winning transportation practice is known for solving the most complex mobility challenges across all modes of travel. In addition to providing innovative Intelligent Transportation System components, the company has invested in and created an unparalleled group focusing on the next-generation of ITS — automated and connected vehicles. From multibillion-dollar programs to pilot projects, their ITS and emerging technology experience includes projects like the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge that replaced the Tappan Zee in New York, the I-80 automated corridor study in Iowa, the Denver Mobility Choice Blueprint initiative in Colorado and autonomous microshuttle tests in Jacksonville, Florida and Lincoln, Nebraska.

About HDR

For more than a century, HDR has partnered with clients to shape communities and push the boundaries of what’s possible. Our expertise spans nearly 10,000 employees, in more than 200 locations around the world — and counting. Our engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services bring an impressive breadth of knowledge to every project. Our optimistic approach to finding innovative solutions defined our past and drives our future.

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