Matt Smith’s career in transportation has spanned 22 years.� Matt is MDOT’s Intelligent Transportation Systems Administrator, and has been with the Department since 2006.� In this role, he is responsible for setting and implementing the strategic direction for the state’s ITS and Connected Vehicle programs, and managing the Department’s $30 million annual ITS budget. He also participates in a number of national connected and automated vehicle initiatives, as an member of the AASHTO Vehicle to Infrastructure Deployment Coalition Executive Committee, a member of the AASHTO Transportation Systems Management and Operation Leadership Team, �a member of the multi-state Connected Vehicle Pooled Fund Study, a member of two NCHRP panels for Connected and Automated Research activities, �and a member of TRB’s Standing Committee on Vehicle-Highway Automation.� Matt received a degree in Civil Engineering from Penn State University in 1993.
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