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NJLTAP – Engineering and Traffic Studies (Webinar)
- February 10–February 11
- 5:00 pm–7:00 pm
PLEASE NOTE: This a 2-day (2 hours each session) program. Participants are welcome to join any of the two parts however a certificate of attendance will only be issued to those that attend the full session on both days. Make sure to sign in with your full name to receive credit.
Log on instructions for both sessions will be in your registration confirmation. If you do not receive immediate confirmation, please check your SPAM folder or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This course will review basic concepts in probability and statistics and their application in designing traffic control features and regulating traffic. The course will examine methodologies for conducting speed studies, evaluating intersection controls, safety analyses and quantifying the effectiveness of safety treatments. Procedures and required traffic studies to legally establish, revise and remove traffic restrictions in New Jersey will also be presented. Participants also complete exercises in which they conduct common engineering and traffic studies using actual data.
Intended audience: Individuals conducting engineering and traffic studies and those responsible for identifying safety problems and potential solutions including engineers, and street superintendents. Others that my benefit from this course are public works employees, and elected officials. This course is not geared towards law enforcement.
George Fallat, P.E.
This course is free, but advance registration is required.
CPWM, technical (3.0 contact hours), management (1.0 contact hour) 4 PDH
Withdrawal Policy: In the event that you are unable to attend a program for any reason, please note you must submit your withdrawal in writing at least 72 hours in advance of the start of a program to receive a refund. If am emailed or faxed withdrawal is not received by our department, the full program fee will be charged and is nonrefundable. A phone call asking for withdrawal is not sufficient.