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Signal Timing Corridor Management - Part 1 (Traditional Synchronization)

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This webinar is led by the ITE Traffic Engineering Council.

Webinar Description:

In 2021, the Traffic Engineering Council kicked off the "Traffic Signal Timing Webinar Series" with three informative sessions dedicated to various topics related to the signal timing process. This session will take a broader look at timings and how they can be coordinated along a corridor. In the first of this two part series which focuses on corridor management, you will be introduced to the basics of traditional traffic signal synchronization methods. Then practitioners will provide examples of signal synchronization projects and programs highlighting the benefits of these efforts.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the basic principles and key concepts related to traffic signal synchronization.
  • Recognize how synchronization can be used as a corridor management tool.
  • Identify how example synchronization projects have helped improve mobility

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  • Adam Allen, P.E., PTOE, Highways & Traffic Engineering Discipline Leader | Colliers Engineering & Design | Hamilton, NJ, United States

    Mr. Allen leads a team of engineers with diverse technical expertise in all aspects of traffic engineering, roadway design, traffic operations, roadside safety, and ITS services. His team’s mission is to deliver cutting-edge engineering solutions to provide safer and more efficient transportation systems for the communities they serve. With nearly 20 years of experience with both private and public sector clients, his personal specialty lies in all aspects of traffic signal design and operations, having successfully completed projects ranging from single traffic signal installations to large-scale signalization efforts consisting of over 90 intersections. He is also very committed to the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), where he humbly served the Northeastern District President (2021), the Metropolitan Section of New York and New Jersey President (2013) and is also an alumnus (2014) and Chair Emeritus (2021) of LeadershipITE. Mr. Allen also has served as the Traffic Signal Design and Operations Subcommittee Chair on the ITE Traffic Engineering Council’s Executive Committee since 2019.

  • Kevin Lewis, P.E., Traffic Signals Supervisor - Montgomery County | Pennsylvania Department of Transportation | King of Prussia, PA, United States

    Kevin Lewis is the Montgomery County Signals Supervisor for PennDOT District 6-0 where he oversees over 1,150 traffic signals in the county. He has been at PennDOT for 12 years with 8 years of signals experience. He received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Drexel University in 2008.

  • Jonathan Hui, Transportation Engineer | Los Angeles Department of Transportation | Los Angeles, CA, United States

    Jonathan Hui is an 18 year veteran of LADOT working in groups varying from Grants, Bikeways, Communications Office, and District Operations. He currently manages the Advanced Transportation Systems and Research (ATSAR) Group which supports all the research and development of the homegrown ATSAC system: the City's centralized traffic control center. He holds two degrees in Electrical Engineering from UCLA and is a registered Traffic Engineer.

May 12, 2022
Thu 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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