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Noteworthy Speed Management Practices

Webinar Description:
FHWA and ITE teamed up to develop a resources for practitioners dealing with speed management. This webinar presents the findings from 8 noteworthy speed management case studies and will provide an opportunity to discuss speed management issues among peers on topics ranging from policy to practical countermeasures.

This webinar will be featuring upcoming FHWA-ITE publication, "Noteworthy Speed Management Practices" supported by the FHWA office of safety. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the issues faced and successful speed management strategies used for each of the 8 noteworthy practice case studies.
  • Identify additional speed management resources available to practitioners.
  • Understand the complexity in managing speeds across a community or large scale network.
  • Understand how advocacy is critical for changing the status quo in terms of speeding.
  • Neal Hawkins, Subject Matter Expert | Institute for Transportation, Iowa State University
  • Shauna Hallmark, Subject Matter Expert | Institute for Transportation, Iowa State University
  • Joel Meyer, Transportation Planner | Austin Transportation Department, TX
  • Bill Lambert, State Traffic Engineer | New Hampshire Department of Transportation
Free Webinar 
Registration for this webinar includes an archived recording for 30 days, webinar evaluation, 1.5 PDH credits, and a certificate of completion.

Please note, the button says purchase, however it will be $0.00 when you checkout. If you are a non-member of ITE you will need to create an account to register. Creating an account is free to do. You can create an account here. Once your account is created, you can click on the Purchase button on the sidebar for final registration.

Additional Attendees at one Location:
Additional Live Webinar Attendees at one location are eligible for earning credit for attending. There is a processing fee of $15 members/$25 non-members. Instructions will be provided at the conclusion of the webinar.

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

Recordings are available for 30 days following the date of the recording posted. Additional attendees at one location are not eligible to earn PDH credit for viewing an archived recording.