The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials has named Lisa Wilson (seen above) – the deputy director of engineering and operations for the Utah Department of Transportation – to a two-year term as co-vice chair of its Committee on Transportation System Operations or CTSO.
[Above photo by the Utah DOT]
CTSO focuses on transportation system operations and associated intelligent transportation systems with a goal of improving safety, system reliability, and highway system performance. The committee also strives to help implement a transportation systems management and operations or TSMO culture in the United States.
Wilson – who oversees the agency’s project development and operations divisions, as well as its four statewide regional offices – is a 24-year Utah DOT veteran. Prior to being named to her current position in January 2020, Wilson served as Region Two director, overseeing the agency’s operations in Salt Lake, Summit, and Tooele counties.
She also worked as Region One director, Region Two deputy director, pre-construction director, Region Two program manager, Region Two traffic operations engineer, and project manager.
Wilson is a licensed professional engineer and holds a degree in civil engineering from Utah State University.