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Speed Management Strategies in US and around the Globe

Description:
This webinar will include presentations of Speed Management Strategies in US and around the globe. The webinar is part of a Road to Zero Grant that was awarded to ITE and Vision Zero Network (VZN) to create Speed Management Training Material. For more information visit Speed Management for Safety resource hub and Speed Management community portal.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will learn about US and global approaches to speed management
  • Noteworthy speed management practices will be presented that will cover engineering countermeasures for speed reduction.
  • Participants will learn about agency's experience in executing strategies such as optical speed zone, radar‐actuated driver feedback speed limit signs, Traffic Calming Curbs, and systemic approach to speed management.
Presenters:
Steven P. Latoski, P.E., PTOE | Mohave County Public Works Director, Mohave County Public Works, Kingman, AZ, USA
  • Presentation: Mohave County's Noteworthy Practices in Speed Management
  • Description: This presentation will feature the Mohave County's speed management program execution of proven engineering countermeasures, as evaluated for operating speed reduction, including optical speed zone and radar-actuated drive feedback speed limit signs.
Gavin O'Connor | General Manager in Transportation, Stantec New Zealand
  • Presentation: "New Zealand Approach for Speed Management."
A.E. Tony Churchill, M.Sc., P.Eng | Sr. Traffic Engineer, Leader of Traffic Safety, City of Calgary, Canada
  • Presentation: "City of Calgary's speed management noteworthy practices and strategies."
Fees:
Free
This fee includes a live web event, an archived recording, webinar evaluation, 1.5 PDH credits and a certificate of completion.

Additional Attendees at one Location:

Additional Live Webinar Attendees at one location are welcome to attend and are eligible for earning credit for attending. There is a processing fee for additional attendees who want to earn their PDH credit of $15 members/$25 non-members.

PDF of Presentations:
Webinar Contributors typically provide a PDF of their presentations; but this may vary on a case by case basis. If they are provided, ITE will upload the presentations into the resources tab of this event.

How to earn PDH Credit:
The certificate of completion and 1.5 PDH/CM credits will be made available to the registrant after you have attended the webinar and the evaluation has been completed.

Recordings:
Recordings are available for 30 days following the day of the live event for anyone who registers for the course. Additional attendees at one location are not eligible to earn PDH credit for viewing an archived recording.