Transportation Seminar Speaker Dr. Peter Kozinski, Ph.D.

The Colorado Department of Transportation - Defining the Future of Mobility"

 

ABSTRACT: The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) knows that next generation mobility (Connected Vehicles (CVs), Automated Vehicles (AVs) and Transportation Network Companies (TNCs)) will save lives and make people's lives better.  CDOT is being very proactive in this space and is a national leader in building new relationships that will bring these vehicles and services to our roadways sooner then later.  CDOT's RoadX Program has the sole focus of deploying next generation technologies on our roads today - examples include "Smart 70", Smart 25 and Smart Pavement". 

Come hear about what the RoadX Program has done to date and is doing on your behalf - the future of mobility is being defined in Colorado.

BIO: Dr Kozinski is the Director of the RoadX Program at the Colorado Department of Transportation.  In that position, he is responsible for the integration of technology into the transportation system including planning, engineering design and construction.  Peter was appointed to this position in September 2015 after serving 2-years in CDOT’s Office of Major Project Development where he was responsible for developing and delivering Major Projects via innovative delivery methods including Public-Private-Partnerships.

Dr. Kozinski has a diverse background of experience – ranging from Major Projects like I-70 Central ($1.1 billion) and The I-70 Mtn. Corridor ($13 billion solution) to the development of Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) guidance and Colorado’s first proposed vegetated wildlife overpass.

To see the video from the transportation seminar click on the links below: 

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u19QmF8_mgA

Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAbKKXJm2yw

Part 3:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgdFuwhruhM

Date and time: 
Thursday, November 9, 2017 - 10:45 to 11:45
Location of Event: 
Mason BLDG 1133
Event Type: 
Seminars

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