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Knowing how to determine good locations and which countermeasures to use in a given situation enables transportation agencies and other organizations increase pedestrian safety. Photo: Wikimedia

In-Person Event – NJLTAP – Traffic Signs and Pavement Markings

  • November 21
  • 8:30 am–3:30 pm

This course reviews the basic regulations and engineering guidelines for the installation of pavement markings and properly establishing and posting regulatory, warning, and guide signs. It presents examples of improper signing so participants can better understand the basic concepts and principles associated with signs and supports, along with sign management techniques. (Note: The course does not cover work zone or temporary traffic control signing)

Intended Audience: Individuals who are making decisions regarding what signs to install and where, and those actually installing the signs, including: engineers, public works employees, and street superintendents. This course is not geared towards law enforcement.

Rutgers COVID-19 Classroom Protocols

Face coverings are optional. If you are feeling ill the day of the workshop, we kindly ask that you do not attend the workshop. Due to Rutgers strict COVID policies, not all drinking fountains are currently available for use. Please bring your own water as there are no vending machines in the building.

If you are not comfortable with the University’s in-person workshop guidelines, please do not register for this workshop.

Date & Time

Date
November 21
Time
8:30 am–3:30 pm

Location

Middlesex County – Rutgers CAIT
100 Brett Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854 United States

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Presenters

George Fallat, P.E.

Fee

This workshop is sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration and New Jersey Department of Transportation through the New Jersey Local Technical Assistance Program.

Credits

4 PDHs, DLGS CPWM 3.0 technical contact hours, 1 government contact hour

Registration

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