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Module 5: Live Session Two (Q&A for Modules 1B-4)

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This is the Second Live Session Recording for this program. The live session presented with two presentations on the following topics:

  • Q&A on Modules 1B-4
  • Case Study Walk Through
In addition, to the questions that were submitted by Monday, April 18, the document with the questions and answers by instructors are provided under the Resources tab above.

Contributors

  • Douglas E. Noble, P.E., PTOE, Senior Director of Management and Operations | ITE

    Douglas Noble has more than 30 years of progressive experience in project development, financial management and administration in the transportation engineering field with emphasis in organizational development and change management. As a former city traffic engineer he has personal expertise with the challenges and risks associated with resource availability, asset management and workforce development in constrained organizational environments. He has extensive experience in the planning, creation and implementation of professional development through ITE’s webinars, workshops and professional conferences. He has specific expertise in traffic engineering, traffic signal program management, transportation operations, street/rail design, grade crossing safety and operational analysis, urban street design, planned special events, and neighborhood traffic management. In addition, Mr. Noble has been a Council member and planning commission in local government as well as serving on a number of NCHRP panels on subjects of traffic signals and TSMO. He holds B.S.C.E. from Purdue University and M.S.E. in Transportation Systems from the University of Texas at Austin

  • Steve Jewell, P.E., PTOE, Consultant, New Albany, Ohio

    Steven Jewell, P.E., PTOE is a retired traffic engineering subject matter expert. Over the course of his career he served as Traffic and Planning Manager for DLZ Ohio for more than 16 years, and spent 30 years with the City of Columbus, Ohio Traffic Engineering and Parking Division. He holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering (transportation) and an M.A. degree in Public Administration, both from Ohio State University. He is a Life member of ITE. Steve also currently serves as chair of the ITE delegation to the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control devices.

  • W. Scott Wainwright, P.E., PTOE

    Scott Wainwright is semi-retired but still active in the profession after 43 years of public service—5 years with the State of Connecticut DOT, 27 years with the Montgomery County (MD) Department of Transportation, the last 7 of which were as Chief of the 130-employee Division of Traffic and Parking Services, and 11 years with the Federal Highway Administration as the member of the MUTCD Team responsible for traffic signals and pavement markings. For the past 9 years, Scott has been Proprietor of Wainwright Traffic Consulting Services, LLC, where he has done consulting work involving MUTCD matters. Since 1983, Scott has been a member of the National Committee of Uniform Traffic Control Devices, where he has served as Chair of the Signals Technical Committee, Treasurer of the National Committee, and member of the ITE delegation. He also been an attendee, active participant and voting member of the Traffic Operations and Management Committee (TOMC) of the Transportation Association of Canada (TAC), the organization responsible for the Canadian MUTCD, since 2009. Scott is a Life Member of ITE, where he has held elected ITE offices including President at the Section, District, and International levels, including a 3-year term (1998-2000) on the International Board of Direction representing District 2 (Mid-Colonial District). He has developed and presented numerous training webinars and in-person presentations on traffic control devices for FHWA, ITE, and other organizations.

  • Gordon E. Meth, P.E., PTOE, PTP, RSP2I (F)

    International Director for Northeastern District
    Gordon Meth, PE, PTOE, PTP has over 30 years of professional experience in traffic engineering, including analysis, design, testimony, and forensic investigation. He is currently an expert witness for Robson Forensic, and prepares reports for litigation throughout the United States. He has a bachelors and masters in Civil Engineering from The University of Waterloo, and an MBA from Montclair State University. Gordon has appeared before municipal land use boards over 600 times, has designed over 300 traffic signal installations, and optimized the timing of over 800 traffic signals. He is a licensed professional engineer in 23 states, DC, and one Canadian province. Gordon has been a member of ITE for over 30 years, and he is the Chair of the Traffic Engineering Council. In the past he has served as the President of the Metropolitan New York-New Jersey Section of ITE, Chair of the Northeast District of ITE, and on the Transportation Professional Certification Board.

April 18, 2022
Mon 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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