When: July 12, 2020
Where: Boston, MA
The 2020 TAM Roundtable will be held in conjunction with TRB's 13th National Conference on Transportation Asset Management, which will take place July 11-14, 2020 in Boston. FTA hosts an annual roundtable to bring together participants from across the country who are directly involved in the management of transit capital assets. It provides an excellent opportunity for your agency to learn from the experience of other practitioners and also pass on TAM successes to help others.
This year's roundtable will be condensed to one day to coincide with the TRB conference. TRB will include a transit track, and we encourage all who are able to attend both conferences.
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Audience: Transit agency staff, State DOT, and MPO staff focused on transit. The roundtable is open to public sector employees only.
Date: Sunday, July 12, 2020
If you are planning to attend the roundtable, please register no later than June 12, 2020. Given the space limitations, please only register after you receive official travel approval from your agency.
If you have suggestions for discussion topics or would like to request to add someone to the waiting list, please contact TAMRoundtable@dot.gov.
Call for Presentations
New this year, we are seeking presenters to self-nominate. This call for presentations is only for the FTA TAM Roundtable, separate from the TRB event.
This year we are particularly interested in specific projects and tactical presentations. They should focus on advanced asset management techniques, applications, practices, or policies. Include tangible lessons learned from the creation and implementation of the TAM plan and/or your agency’s TAM program.
Presentation submissions should include:
- Presenter Name and Agency (only roundtable attendees may submit)
- Presenter contact information
- Identify which of the following categories presentation addresses:
- Asset whole lifecycle cost (capital, operating, and maintenance)
- Innovative solutions for data collection and condition assessment
- Data analysis and modeling
- Techniques for incorporating TAM into agency financial plans
- Models for building a strong TAM culture within an agency
- Resource management and strategic workforce planning
- 1-2 paragraph abstract of the presentation
- Potential session format(s) and interactive aspect/activity to presentation
Please submit no later than Friday, February 21, 2020. For questions or more information, please email TAMroundtable@dot.gov.