Discover one of the safest and most efficient methods of managing the transportation system. Study the design of roundabouts and methods to maximize safety and operational performance. Examine the latest techniques and guidelines. Review the relationships between design, safety and operational performance. Learn to successfully accommodate all modes of transportation, including pedestrians and bicycles.
What the Course Covers
- Case studies and hands-on exercises
- Roundabouts: An Informational Guide, the Federal Highway Administration
- State supplements, national research and committee activity
- Single-lane and multilane design
- Peer review principles and techniques
Upon completion, you will earn 1.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or 14 Professional Development Hours (PDHs).
Who Should Attend
- Transportation planners, traffic engineers, and public officials responsible for traffic control devices
- Planners and urban designers involved in neighborhood and downtown revitalization
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