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Prohibition of Turns on Red Informational Report

This webinar is led by ITE Traffic Engineering Council.

Webinar Description:
This webinar will introduce ITE's upcoming Informational Report titled Prohibition of Turns on Red. The Informational Report is being developed under direction of the ITE's Traffic Engineering Council by a group of professionals and experts in traffic engineering and design, and is expected to be released second quarter of 2022. The purpose of the webinar is to give the attendees a history of why the Informational Report is being developed, as well as an overview of it's contents.

Learning Objectives:

  • A brief overview of the Informational Report titled Prohibitions of Turns on Red. Learning objectives include:
  • Understand history of RTOR publications within ITE
  • Identify various data sources and studies used in the formation of the informational report
  • Review industry standard design elements affecting RTOR considerations

  • Rob McAvoy, P.E., Associate | Colliers Engineering & Design | Hamilton, New Jersey, United States
  • Will Cowan, P.E., Senior Traffic Engineer | WSP | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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ITE Members: Free
Non-Members: $79.00

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Last Day to Register: August 15, 2022