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Over the past 30 years, Traffic Impact Analyses have been an integral and primary tool in evaluating future traffic impacts to local road networks generated by new land development. The primary function on these studies are to assess future traffic conditions to determine the best engineering solutions to offset impacts from a land development project. This session discusses the importance of assessing safety and future conflicts in the review of traffic impact analysis for land use development and real-world applications of big-data platforms in performing transportation studies, which are particularly helpful with atypical traffic conditions such as those experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Understand the importance of safety in the evaluation of site-specific development and change of land use
- Describe the policy and regulatory considerations in assessing safety
- Summarize real-world applications of big-data that have been used in practice
- Identify the limitations of big-data and areas where future enhancements would be helpful
- Daniel Solomon, AICP, LEED ND, Director, Planning, Gorove Slade and Sasha Redmon, EIT, Transportation Engineer, Gorove Slade
- Applications of Big-Data in Transportation Impact Analyses
- Will Capers, PTP, Director of Planning and Community Development, Town of Dumfries, Virginia
- Jenny Delumo, Senior Planner and Transportation Review Team Lead, San Francisco Planning Department
To earn your credits, you must view the session and complete the associated evaluation. Once your evaluation is completed, your certificate will be available in your ITE Learning Hub account.