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skull ses·sion

/skəl ˈseSHən/



plural noun: skull sessions

  1. a discussion or conference, especially to discuss policies, tactics, and maneuvers.

"the managers held skull sessions with their teams"

TS&T Definition:

Skull sessions foster mutual learning among participants of all experience levels, encouraging collaboration to exchange expertise, information, and data. This collective effort includes representatives from consultants, private sector, DOT’s, and large cities or municipalities. Emphasizing the significance of dedicating time to collaborative efforts, the goal is to work towards effective traffic solutions for the benefit of citizens on the roadways.


TS&T will host 3 sessions in the DMV region over a 2-week period, that is considered 1 Skull Session. One in MD, one in the tidewater area and one hosted at our offices in Manassas, VA.  Open invitation to attend one or all three sessions.  Each session will be 2 hours and lunch will be supplied to those who attend.  If you require continuing education certs, we will supply them to those who attend in person. All meetings will be in person, the best skull sessions are in person with a lot of interactions between all that attend so we can learn from each other and also make sure that we are looking at things from all perspectives. 

Skull Sessions are back!  For many years TS&T hosted Skull Sessions prior to Covid interruptions.  They’re back, and once again we can bring people together from across our industry into an informal atmosphere to collaborate and learn.  These sessions will count towards your continuing education requirements.


Topic: Next Generation Detection at the intersection using AI, and how to use Data Analytics

Sept 18th in Tidewater, Sept 25th and 26th in VA/MD, locations TBD.


Sept 18th in Tidewater location (TBD),  Sept. 25th Laurel, MD, Sept 26th (Manassas, VA)

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