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    Transportation Engineering and Safety Conference
    December 6–8, 2017 • The Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center, State College, Pennsylvania


2017 Keynote Speaker Information Coming Soon!

2016 Keynote Speakers

Alan Bristow — Wednesday Keynote Speaker

Alan BristowAlan Bristow was commissioned into the Royal Army Ordnance Corps, after serving as an infantry soldier and during a military career of 25 years where he saw service in Germany, Norway, South America, the Persian Gulf, the Balkans, and Africa. He was privileged to command a Commando Ordnance Squadron in barracks and on operations in the Gulf, and three Close Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps for two years, including an operational tour of Bosnia. He finished his military career as director of the Marchwood Military Port and served on the board of the Portsmouth Naval Base in the rank of colonel.

On leaving the army he spent two years teaching leadership and leadership development courses as part of a specialist SME, and his clients included OXFAM, DBT, Reed, and Austrade. On receiving a phone call to get involved in the Olympic Games, he applied for and got the role of head of real-time operations in the surface part of Transport for London and was appointed director of traffic operations some 14 months later. He is currently director of traffic operations and the director of road space management. During the Olympics he was responsible for the delivery into operations of the National Transport Coordination Centre for the Olympic Games, the delivery into operations of the Olympic Route Network, and the organization of the command, control, and communications structure for surface transport. He also took responsibility for the control of the last mile of pedestrian movement in Central London, the delivery of all of the road event routes for the Games, and the oversight of the torch relay, particularly the short notice requirement to steward 22 bridges for the transit of the torch on the Thames. He also put in place a testing and readiness program to prepare about 3,000 contractors and staff during the Olympic and Paralympics Games.

As director of road space management, he is currently responsible for the design, management, and operation of transport for London Road Network to support the economic development of London with a remit to deliver a once-in-a-generation transformation of London’s roads and the systems and processes used to manage them. He is playing a key role in the delivery of London’s largest-ever roads building program (£4.2 B) and is directly sponsoring the delivery, in a highly charged political environment, of £3.2 B worth of programs and projects, while keeping the busiest roads moving in the most innovative way possible. The most visible of these programs is the current Cycle Super Highway program, which is delivering the current Mayor’s Cycling Vision. He is also the chair of the Surface Transport Technology Board and is delivering a transformational 21st Traffic Management System for London, which involves starting to use big data and the cloud to revolutionize the way data are used to control the road network.

He has held a nonexecutive appointment on the IMTECH/PEEK Advisory Board and is currently on the board of Dosh, a charity that helps those with learning disabilities to manage their money to achieve independent living. His interests include yoga, pilot boat racing, and skiing, and trying hard not to get too stressed!

Bradley L. Mallory — Thursday Keynote Speaker

Bradley L  MalloryBradley L. Mallory is a transportation consultant with significant experience in state and federal transportation issues, engineering consulting leadership, strategic management, and organizational development.

During his 38-year career, he has served as CEO of the Michael Baker Corporation, chair of the Transportation Research Board’s Future Strategic Highway Research Program, president of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, chairman of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, and as an assistant attorney general for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

He is a graduate of Dickinson College and the Dickinson School of Law. He and his wife, Marcy, reside in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania.

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