Traffic Engineering Fundamentals

Virtual | Applicable for 12 PDHs

This course can be useful to introduce traffic engineering to other subjects within the profession. During the course, an experienced practitioner will present examples for traffic engineering concepts, and attendees will learn about the extensive resources available for transportation engineers and planners.

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Content

-   Registrations, Welcome and Introductions
-   Congestion, Road Users
-   Volume, Speed and Delay Studies
-   MUTCD Overview and Signal Warrants
-   Signal Components, Operations, and Timing
-   Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) Overview
-   Intersection Capacity Analysis
-   TWSC, AWSC, Roundabouts, and Signals
-   Traffic Impact Analysis Example
-   Final Discussion, Certificates, and Evaluations

Course fees are $495 per person

 

A comprehensive workbook is provided for the lectures. 

Upon completing the course, attendees are provided a certificate of completion and 12 PDHs.

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

Prerequisites
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.

This course was specially designed for:
This popular course was developed for new and mid-career engineering and planning professionals.

Course Availability

This course is a 3-session series, with each session held once every week from 10AM – 2 PM. The total course length is 12 hours.
The next course series are offered virtually on the following dates:
Sept 14, 21, and 28, 2022

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