The National Traffic Incident Management Coalition
Enhancing Safety and Efficiency on the Nation's Roadways

John Corbin
State Traffic Engineer
Wisconsin Department of Transportation

August 24, 2005 -- 12:00 Noon Eastern Time

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Related Websites:
National Traffic Incident Management Consortium
FHWA Traffic Incident Management Program
FHWA Emergency Transportation Operations Initiative
Model Procedures Guide for Highway Incidents
Public Transportation Emergency Mobilization and Emergency Operations Guide

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Mr. Corbin is the State Traffic Engineer for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, and has also served as a Freeway Operations Engineer and Intelligent Transportation Systems Program Manager in the metropolitan Milwaukee area. Prior to joining the Wisconsin DOT 12 years ago, he worked as a Traffic Control Engineer for the city of Milwaukee, and as a construction engineer for the Illinois DOT.

John completed his undergraduate work in transportation engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1986, and obtained a masters in civil and environmental engineering through the University of Illinois-Chicago and UW-Madison. He also has a certificate in public administration from UW-Milwaukee, is a registered professional engineer in Wisconsin, and a certified professional traffic operations engineer nationally.

John chairs the Institute of Transportation Engineers' Traffic Incident Management Committee as a fellow member of the institute. John also chairs the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition, and the Traffic Incident Management Task Force of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers' Traffic Operations Committee, the TRB Freeway Operations Committee, the IEEE Incident Management Working Group, the ITS America Public Safety Forum, and the U.S.D.O.T. Public Safety Advisory Group. John is also involved in his community, serving on the city of Brookfield's Master Planning Task Force and Greenway Bicycle and Pedestrian Path Committee.