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This session will present several aspects of the safety, design and simulation of roundabouts in the contexts of multi-lane roundabouts, smaller roundabout dimensions, and a roundabout corridor.
- Describe methods to optimize safety performance at multi-lane roundabouts.
- Summarize the safety and operational performance of small roundabouts and roundabout corridors.
- Identify and assess the challenges and their resolution in calibrating VISSIM model(s) of roundabouts.
Moderator: Gordon Meth, P.E., PTOE, PTP, RSP2I, Transportation Engineering Expert Witness, Robson Forensic
Presentation Titles & Speakers:
- “Cheaper by the Dozen: Twelve Roundabouts Plus Five Miles of New Freeway Improves a Critical Evacuation Route”, Alex Wiseman, P.E., Traffic Engineer, STV, Inc., Charlotte, North Carolina
- “Too Many Crashes at Your Multi-lane Roundabout? Learn Design Principles and Techniques to Optimize Safety”, Mark Johnson, P.E., Principal Engineer, MTJ Roundabout Engineering, Madison, Wisconsin
- “Delivering Big Results with Smaller Roundabouts”, Mark McCulloch, P.E., Senior Project Manager, Washtenaw County Road Commission, Ann Arbor, Michigan
- “Going in Circles: The Challenges of Calibrating a Vissim Multi-lane Roundabout Corridor”, Amanda Deering, P.E., Transportation Engineer, DKS Associates, Portland, Oregon