• Overview
  • Lesson 1: The Need for More Connected Transportation [2:24]
  • Lesson 2: Challenges and Opportunities to Digitized Transportation [2:18]
  • Lesson 3: An Infrastructure for Digitized Transportation [3:39]
  • Knowledge Check [1:00]
  • Lesson 4: The Connected Intersection [3:05]
  • Post-Course Survey

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This course is intended for anyone who wants to better understand connected, digitized transportation. In four lessons, we’ll define digitized transportation and explore the challenges and opportunities associated with it. Then, we’ll explain how an infrastructure for digitized transportation can help government organizations overcome these barriers. Finally, we’ll see digitized transportation in action with a connected intersection.

After taking this course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the need for connected, digitized transportation
  • Understand the challenges and opportunities of this approach to transportation
  • Describe the role of infrastructures in connecting transportation.

The content of this course was informed by Michelle Maggiore, PE, Transportation Consultant at Cisco+Smart-Connected Communities. Cisco helps governments and communities create new revenue and better serve citizens with smart city innovations. To learn more about connected transportation, check out our research brief on Connected Transportation, A Digital Infrastructure for the Public Sector.