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Applying Surrogate Safety Techniques to Assess Protected Bike Lanes

This webinar is sponsored by the ITE Industry Council

Webinar Description:
Learn how the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) used new video-based surrogate safety techniques to diagnose and validate safety improvements for protected bike lanes at six intersections in Seattle. Webinar participants will hear about why SDOT made the decision to use this new technique versus the tradition evaluative ones. Participants will also hear the benefits of implementing the video-based safety technique as well as factors to consider when deciding to implement it.

Learning Objectives:
Attendees of this webinar will learn:

  • Identify challenges with traditional cyclist safety evaluation techniques.
  • Introduction to surrogate road safety.
  • Considerations for implementing video-based road safety techniques.
  • Explain how public agencies are benefiting from augmenting road safety studies using near-miss analysis and other surrogate indicators to provide more comprehensive insights into road user operational and safety issues

Presenters Information:
  • Chris Svolopoulos, Program Owner and Lead Engineer, Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety Analysis (BPSA) | Seattle DOT.
  • Paul G. St-Aubin, P.Eng., Ph.D., Head of Products, Transportation Safety BU, | Transoft Solutions

Fees:
ITE Members: No Charge
Non-members: $99.00
This includes an archived recording, webinar evaluation, 1.5 PDH credits and a certificate of completion

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.

Last Day to Purchase this webinar: June 12, 2020.