This workshop was held on March 24, 2021. This session provided updates on the regional data platform, mobility-as-a-service, reimagining infrastructure, work zone data exchange, emerging grant opportunities, and potential future themes.
The session also included a demo on improving the management of Hillsborough County’s Lane and Road Closures approach by migrating and consolidating operations and inspections to GIS.
The 89-minute video recording for the virtual meeting may be found in the Tampa Bay Smart Cities Alliance playlist on CUTR’s YouTube channel.
This workshop was held on November 18, 2020 featured four presentations including (1) an update on the City of Tampa’s (FL) proposed Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) pilot, (2) an overview of the Advantage Pinellas planning framework, (3) a summary of the new SunRunner Bus Rapid Transit service in St. Petersburg (FL), and (4) a knowledge exchange presentation from staff of TriMet (Portland, OR) on the evolution of their Hop Fastpass for fare collection. The 83-minute recording for the virtual meeting may be found in the Tampa Bay Smart Cities Alliance playlist on CUTR’s YouTube channel.
On August 6, 2020, the quarterly meeting for Tampa Smart Cities Alliance was held by webconference. The 93-minute recording for the virtual meeting may be found on CUTR’s YouTube channel at https://youtu.be/FT7Q4hAei88
The meeting included an introduction by Lee Woodcock, and presentations on Smart Work Zones – RTC of Southern Nevada, SAfeTRiP, Gateway, WZDx, ATCMTD, and Regional Public Sector Partner Updates.