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Prohibition of Turns on Red Informational Report

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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

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Contributors

  • Rob McAvoy, P.E., Associate | Colliers Engineering & Design | Hamilton, New Jersey, United States

    Mr. McAvoy has a diverse background in roadway and traffic engineering with over 7 years of experience on projects for both private clients and public agencies. His personal expertise is in traffic engineering and operations with a vast knowledge in maintenance of traffic, detour route development, signing improvements, pavement marking upgrades, traffic signal design, curb ramp design, and roadside safety. In addition, Mr. McAvoy has also served in various roles within ITE where he proudly serves on both the local and international level and is in the 2022 LeadershipITE Class.

  • Will Cowan, P.E., Senior Traffic Engineer | WSP | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

    Will Cowan, P.E., PTOE, Senior Traffic Engineer with WSP, has more than ten years of experience in the field of transportation engineering. In his current position, he is responsible for the design, review, and project management of signal, signing, marking, lighting and MPT plans, as well as the analysis of roadway networks and intersections utilizing the Highway Capacity Manual, microsimulation models, and the Highway Safety Manual. As the lead of WSP’s internal Bicycle and Pedestrian Practice Area Network (PAN), he had fostered connections and conversations with international colleagues, which has led to the development of a wealth of knowledge pertaining to design and operation of multimodal facilities. Prior to joining WSP, Cowan supervised a team of engineers and a six-million dollar consulting on-call contract for various traffic control device design tasks at the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA).

June 9, 2022
Thu 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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