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Workshop 201
Role of Climate Resilience in Shaping Sustainable Transport Systems of the Future Part II (Part 1, Sunday, January 12, 9:00-12:00pm)
Sunday, January 12, 2014 1:30PM - 4:30PM  Signin to Reveal Location Workshop | AICP Certification Maintenance Session Environment, Planning and Forecasting, Policy
Marie Venner, Venner Consulting, presiding
Sponsored By:
Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection (ABE40)
Climate Change and Energy (A0020T)
Climate Change, Energy and Sustainability Impacts on the Transportation Infrastructure (AF000(3))

The workshop focuses on methods and tools for bringing climate change adaptation into planning and transportation decision making. A unifying theme in this workshop is cost-effectiveness achieved through decision making that improves resilience for all modes and the fiscal viability of investments. All agencies are looking for better ways to assess costs, value assets, and use preservation and adaptation strategies in the face of extreme weather.

TitlePresentation Number
Cost-Effective Action for Resilience: Lessons from Departments of Transportation in the United States and Abroad
Marie Venner, Venner Consulting, presenter
Analyzing Extreme Weather Costs for Roadway Investment Decisions: Summary of Practices at FHWA, FTA, the Army Corps of Engineers, and FEMA
Nathaniel D. Coley, Federal Highway Administration, presenter
Asset Valuation and Preservation Strategies and Extreme Weather Resilience: In Search of the Optimum
Pekka Leviäkangas, University of Oulu, Finland, presenter
NCHRP Synthesis 20-05/Topic 44-08: Responses to Extreme Weather Impacts on Transportation Systems
Christine Baglin, Project Performance Company, presenter
Cost-effective and Sustainable Adaptation Strategies: Findings from MOWE-IT Project
Claus Doll, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany, presenter
Sea Level Rise Advisory Mapping Layer for National Flood Insurance Program: Encouraging Cost-effective Decision Making
Mark Crowell, Federal Emergency Management Agency, presenter
Analysis for Losses Based on Flood Hazard and Simulations for SLR for Baltimore Following the 500-Year Floodplain Analysis Required by NFIP
Cynthia McCoy, Federal Emergency Management Agency, presenter