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FHWA Road Weather Spotlight

Posted: 4/16/2024

WEBINAR: May 1, 2024, 10:00AM - 11:00AM PT [CLOSED]

Mitigating & Managing Low-Visibility Events

The USDOT Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Office of Operations is collaborating with the National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) to host a bi-monthly webinar series on road weather management.

These webinars, called the Road Weather Spotlight Series, align with the mission of FHWA's Road Weather Management Program (RWMP) to inform stakeholders and improve highway road weather operations. Please join these presenters for the second webinar installment titled Mitigating & Managing Low-Visibility Events.

During the webinar, featured speakers will discuss strategies and suggest practices for road safety during low-visibility events.

Webinar Agenda

  • Introduction & Webinar Goals
  • Setting the Stage for Low-Visibility Events
  • Arizona's Dual-Use Safety Technology Warning System
  • Featured Speakers
  • Additional Low-Visibility Resources
  • RWM Grant Opportunities
  • Other Announcements


Past Road Weather Spotlight webinars can be found on the NOCoE YouTube channel

This Event is Closed

National Operations Center of Excellence

NOCoE is a partnership of AASHTO, ITE, and ITSA (with support from FHWA) that provides resources to benefit the transportation systems management & operations (TSMO) community.

NOCoE's three strategic goals: 

  1. Attract, develop, sustain, and expand the TSMO workforce
  2. Accelerate deployment of current and emerging TSMO practices
  3. Mainstream TSMO as a core function of providing transportation solutions

Road Weather Management

FHWA's Road Weather Management Program (RWMP) strives to sustainably strengthen the resiliency of our nation's highway system by mitigating impacts weather can have on it and the environment.

RWMP supports the road weather community in the development and deployment of innovative technologies, solutions, and strategies through a combination of applied research, knowledge and technology transfer, solution deployment support, and stakeholder engagement.

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