- CAIT Main
- Infrastructure Areas
- Program Sites
- ANDERS - Automated Nondestructive Evaluation and Rehabilitation System
- BEAST - Bridge Evaluation and Accelerated Structural Testing
- CAES - Center for Advanced Energy Systems
- FMP - Freight and Maritime Program
- ICMP - Infrastructure Condition Monitoring Program
- IMG - Information Management Group
- LESS - Laboratory for Energy Smart Systems
- LPS - Laboratory for Port Security
- LTBP - Long-Term Bridge Performance Program
- NJ LTAP - NJ Local Technical Assistance Program
- PRP - Pavement Resource Program
- PSSP - Pipeline Safety and Security Program
- SAM - Structures and Advanced Materials
- SSML - Soil and Sediment Management Laboratory
- TSRC - Transportation Safety Resource Center
- TTG - Technology Transfer Group
These webinars are either a part of an ongoing series or were offered as a one time only training opportunity. Check the CAIT main Training page for upcoming webinars.
This webinar is recommended for engineers, planners, and consultants for cities, counties, and state agencies that wish to improve road use by rechanneling lane configurations.
This webinar reviews various treatments that have been tried by public agencies, and reports on the effectiveness of the various treatments.
This webinar is geared toward engineers and planners to incorporate safety considerations when designing and operating signalized intersections.
For engineers and planners, this webinar focuses on nine highway safety improvement countermeasures that can be applied when designing, constructing, operating, or planning projects and programs for streets and highways.
For engineers and planners, this webinar discusses how to identify crash rates at intersections and for road segments.
This webinar, hosted by CAIT, offers 1.5 professional development hours (PDH) and focuses on best practices and recent trends in traffic calming design and project costs.
This webinar provides hands-on training for engineers and planners on how to effectively prepare or review traffic impact studies for various types of projects.
Conventional signal systems use pre–programmed, daily signal timing schedules. Adaptive signal control technology adjusts the timing of red, yellow and green lights to accommodate changing traffic patterns and ease traffic congestion. This interactive session which will better aid you in understanding the benefits of Adaptive Signal Control.
This EDC Exchange presents information on HFST and how this technology can help you to improve safety for all users at curves, intersections, ramps and bridges in your jurisdictions. The Exchange will present a more in-depth look at how state and local agencies are implementing these innovative designs to solve some challenging problems.
This Every Day Counts initiative helps State departments of transportation (DOTs) and other agencies achieve significant time- and cost-savings during the permitting process established by the Clean Water Act. Please join us for this live, interactive session which will better aid you in understanding the benefits of In-Lieu Fees and Mitigation Banks.
This EDC Exchange will focus on real world examples of where Intelligent Compaction (IC) has been used by contractors. Local public agencies can benefit from this technology by adapting IC roller retrofit kits to existing vibratory rollers. It gives the local public agency the opportunity to upgrade their existing fleets and take advantage of this technology. The implementation of this technology and the availability of retrofits kits make using IC more affordable to everyone.
This EDC Exchange will present information on innovative intersections and interchanges and how they can help you to improve safety and mobility for all users at intersections in your jurisdictions. The Exchange will expand upon presentations and discussions that were conducted during the 2013 Spring Virtual Summit by offering a more in-depth look at how these innovations are applicable to local and Tribal transportation agencies.
This EDC Exchange will present success stories from both the State and LPA perspective on how Stakeholder Partnering has positively impacted the delivery of the Federal-aid Highway Program. This Exchange will be of interest to LPAs involved with or interested in assuming responsibilities for delivery of Federal-aid projects, and State Department of Transportation LPA leaders and managers.
This EDC Exchange Webinar seeks to aid local public agencies through the complexities of delivering and administering Federal-aid projects through Stakeholder Partnering, Certification Programs and Consultant Services Flexibilities. This webinar will highlight examples that demonstrate the successful use of these LPA initiatives and is being presented in conjunction with FHWA as part of the continuing Everyday Counts Webinar series.
This EDC Exchange will provide a brief overview of FHWA guidance on scour evaluation and countermeasure design as well as how scour can be successfully addressed when using GRS-IBS. It will also present several case histories illustrating the range of diverse projects and design considerations to help others implement this type of construction.
In this session, you will discover a few "small" procedural changes that can make a "big" difference in the delivery of a transportation facility. And by working with your State department of transportation to incorporate these small changes---you can save time and money on your next project!
This EDC Exchange on Road Diets will highlight how local agencies are using this low cost safety countermeasure to improve safety, operations, and livability in their communities. This Exchange will be of interest to Safety Engineers, Transportation Planners, Pedestrian and Bicycle Coordinators, Safe Routes to School Coordinators, Local Public Agency Coordinators, and Transportation Alternatives Program Managers.
This EDC Exchange will present success stories from local agencies using SWZ project coordination and technology application strategies to improve safety and mobility in and around work zones within their jurisdictions. It will also include discussions on planning and implementing SWZ within your region.
EDC Exchange Webinar: Traffic Incident Management Training--Helping to Get Your Partners Trained Archive
This EDC Exchange will present information about Tier I of this training, which is focused on safe, efficient incident mitigation activities and was developed for incident responders to acquire a common set of core competencies that promote a shared understanding of the recommendations for achieving the National Unified Goal for TIM; Responder Safety, Safe Quick Clearance and Prompt, Reliable, Interoperable Communications.