Stop Control (TWSC/AWSC)and Roundabouts (HCM6 and HCS7)
July 12 (1:00-2:30 ET)
The Two-Way Stop Control, All-Way Stop Control and Roundabouts procedures will be presented to provide step-by-step instruction on the new HCM 6th Edition methodologies, followed by workshops using examples and demonstrating the HCS7 application. Two-Way Stop Control will include new methods for six-lane major streets (including U-turns) and upstream signal modifications. Roundabouts will include right-turn bypass lanes and intersection delay, including roundabout corridors with geometric delay.
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A full refund will be issued if request is received in
writing three weeks before the course starts. $25.00 processing fee retained
if written cancellation is received three workings before the course starts.
NO refund given after that date except in the event the workshop is canceled.
Failure to attend does not constitute cancellation. In the event the workshop
is canceled a full refund will be returned, but the University is not responsible
for non-refundable travel fares or lodging deposits.
Instructor: William M. Sampson, P.E. is a faculty member of the University of Florida Department of Civil Engineering with nearly 40 years of experience. He is the Director of the McTrans Center and also is responsible for technical assistance and ongoing development of the Highway Capacity Software (HCS). He teaches two graduate courses (Traffic Engineering and Highway Capacity Analysis) at UF. He is a former member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Highway Capacity and Quality of Service (HCQS) committee and still serves on several subcommittees.