Webinar | Thursday, October 19 @ 1pm ET
Supporting Traffic Infrastructure Maintenance through Technology
- Peter Short, Black & McDonald
- Jonathan Interbartolo, Black & McDonald
As cities grow, the maintenance and monitoring of essential technologies such as traffic signals and digital signs become crucial. Join Peter Short and Jonathan Interbartolo of Black & McDonald and Yeatland Wong from Transnomis in a live webcast as they delve into the award-winning* Maintenance Awareness Platform (MAP) project for the City of Toronto. Discover how MAP digitally manages device issues and optimizes repair operations. Join us and be part of the urban future!
* Engineering Project of the Year 2022: Small Projects Category - Professional Engineers of Ontario – York Chapter
- Common device maintenance challenges faced by cities
- Overview of City of Toronto devices and maintenance process
- Learn more about MAP
Who Should Attend:
- Traffic operations engineers, managers, maintenance supervisors, and anyone invested in optimizing the maintenance and repair of traffic infrastructure.
ITS Sales Associate
Black & McDonald
Peter, an IMSA certified technician with nearly a decade of experience in the intelligent transportation systems (ITS) industry, is highly regarded for his hands-on expertise. He has collaborated closely with consultants and cities on various projects, demonstrating proficiency in technical sales and client-focused solutions. Peter’s extensive factory training in diverse ITS hardware and software platforms adds depth to his knowledge, making him a valuable asset in the transportation systems field.
Traffic Maintenance Manager
Black & McDonald
With nearly two decades of specialized experience in the electrical utility and traffic sector, Jonathan has honed his skills as an Electrical Foreman & Maintenance Project Manager within the Southern Ontario Utility Region at Black & McDonald. Currently, he applies his extensive knowledge and expertise to oversee multiple electrical maintenance contracts, prominently including the City of Toronto EMC, a contract widely recognized as one of the largest of its kind in North America.
Yeatland Wong, P.Eng.
Director, Smart Mobility
Yeatland has over 2 decades of experience specializing in traffic operations and transportation technology. He has worked extensively as transportation engineer at the provincial level, and as a consultant. Yeatland had 13 years of experience at the City of Calgary, giving him ample insight into municipal traffic operations, maintenance, and planning. His work includes travel time systems, lane reversal systems, advanced traveler information, advanced traffic management and the City of Toronto's Maintenance Awareness Platform. Yeatland is a Director on the board of ITS Canada.