An ITE Learning Hub Webinar
Developed by the ITE Traffic Engineering Council
This webinar follows Chapter 3: Road Users in the ITE Traffic Engineering Handbook (2016). It covers driver behavior basics, types of road users, and applying human factors to design.
- Driver Behavior Basics
Describe driver visual and information capabilities and limitations
Describe driver visual search
Describe importance of driver expectancy
Identify variables affecting perception-reaction time
Define the positive guidance approach to road and TDC design
- Types of Users
Outline the frequency and types of crashes these road users have
- Professional Practice
Identify roadside cues that influence driver speed choice
Describe measures that have been demonstrated to slow drivers in a transition zone
Outline human factors considerations essential to effective road safety audits
Dr. Alison Smiley and Dr. Robert Dewar, ITE Traffic Engineering Handbook, 7th Edition, Chapter 3 (Road Users) Authors
Fees: $49 Members/$99 Non-Members
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PDH/CM Credit: 1.5
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