Highway Safety Analysis Virtual Series

Virtual or In-Person | Applicable for 8 PDHs

This course is for engineering, planning, and road safety professionals who want to be familiarized with the Predictive Methods of the Highway Safety Manual. It is also designed to provide a solid foundation for studying for exams such as PE, PTOE, or RSP.

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Content

HSM introduction, summary of content and principles

Two-lane rural segments and intersections

Multilane rural segments and intersections

Urban/suburban arterials segments and intersections

Freeways segments, speed change lanes, ramp components and ramp terminals

The series is organized as follows, with all presentations from 1:00pm to 5:00pm ET.

Highway Safety Analysis Webinar Series Schedule (All Times are ET)
Day 01
1:00 – 2:00 pm
Overview
HSM introduction and Overview
2:00 – 4:00 pm Two-Lane Highways
HSM Applications to Two-Lane Rural Highways, including HSM predictive methods and crash modification factors for two-lane rural segments and intersections
4:00 – 5:00 pm Multi-Lane Highways
HSM Applications to Multilane Highways, including HSM predictive methods and crash modification factors for multi-lane rural segments and intersections
Day 02
1:00 – 3:00 pm
Urban Arterials
HSM Applications to Urban and Suburban Arterials, including HSM predictive methods and crash modification factors for urban/suburban arterials segments and intersections
3:00 – 5:00 pm Freeways
HSM Applications to Freeways, including HSM predictive methods and crash modification factors for Freeways segments, speed change lanes, ramp components and ramp terminals
Course fees are $350 per person

ITE Member Discount*
For members of ITE (Institute of Transportation Engineers) the fee is discounted 20% at $280 per person (register here)

Group Discount*
For multiple registrations from the same agency or company on a single transaction, the fee is discounted 10% at $315 per person.

(*) Discounts are not cumulative and only one category of the above may be used

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Attendees must meet minimum technology requirements, such as having a computer with a steady internet connection and access to basic applications such as Zoom and a PDF reader. The use of HSS for the hands-on problem presented in the course is optional to attendees.

A comprehensive workbook is provided for the lectures.

Upon completing the course, attendees are provided a certificate of completion and 8 PDHs.

Those who attend in-person courses are provided PDHs consistent with the course workload.

Course Availability

This course is offered virtually on the following dates:
August 30 – 31, 2022

For information about in-person training options, click here.