17th Annual Rural Transportation Summit

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RTS-logoUS-Mexico Peer ExchangeThe 17th Annual Arizona Rural Transportation Summit was held on January 12th through 15th, 2016, in Yuma, Arizona. The Summit is a signature event for Rural Arizona, in which elected and appointed officials, transportation planners, service providers, engineers, and other dignified guests convene.

The Arizona Rural Transportation Summit provides unprecedented opportunities to connect directly with Rural Arizona’s transportation decision makers. This is a unique opportunity to network with those working to improve and enhance transportation needs in Arizona.

Here are the Presentation from the 17th RTS:


Safety/HSIP Training

HSIP Prioritization

RDSIP Update and Systemic Improvements

Supervisor Training/You as A Team

Binational and Border Session

Section 559

San Luis Port Processing

GSA Update

Border Trade Alliance


Binational Economics

Scenario Planning

US-Mexico Peer Exchange

Meeting Title VI Nondiscrimination Program requirements for FTA and FHWA Sub-recipients

A Road Map to Successful Implementation of the Uniform Grant Guidance

Arizona Town Hall and Transportation

DBE Certification

GISS and Statewide Mapping Efforts

Planes, Trains, and Coordination

Scoping with the Stars: Scoping Resources and Lessons Learned

Arizona Infrastructure Report Card

How to do Business with Union Pacific (UP)

Beyond Traffic and Incident Management

Tribal Transportation in Arizona: ADOT Working in Partnership with Tribal Governments

Scoping in Action

ADOT District Engineer’s Updates

Northeast District

Southeast District

Southcentral District

Northcentral District

Southwest District

Transit in Greater Arizona: A Data-Driven Approach to Planning

Saving Lives with Strategic Transportation Safety Plans

Green House Gases and Climate Change

TSM & O and Communication Tools for the Driving Public

Do Gas Prices Being Lower Impact the HURF Revenues—Why McDonald’s has a Millennial Problem

Project Streamlining and Categorical Exclusions

Border Wait Times Studies

ADOT Corridor Profiles: Project Status and Lessons Learned

6 Blind Men Describe an Elephant: Tying Diverse Transportation Needs to Funding Solutions

Arizona Council for Transportation Innovation Presents Innovations for Rural Communities

Branding a Road/What are the New ADOT Local Public Agency Section Communications Tools?

Scenario Planning

What’s New in the FAST Act?

Statewide Business Development and Planning Resources

P3 How to Grow Your Business and Infrastructure?

Outcry: Twenty-First Century Engagement

LRTP and Performance Measures

EPA Overview of News Ozone Standards and Requirements

Arizona Rail Update

New Trends in Rural Economic Development and Tourism

ADOT Rural Transit Update

All About the Federal Lands Access Programs

Mobile Terrestrial Laser Scanning for Roadway Surveying and Mapping