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Designing Signalized Intersections Course -- Fall 2022

Course Description
The Designing Signalized Intersections course is a new certificate-based, blended learning program that provides students with a comprehensive coverage of the technical elements of designing signalized intersections. This training program consists modules covering major topic areas, which will include overall introduction discussing the design of traffic signals, geometric design for signalized intersections, and detailed coverage of signal control elements. This course will provide a full understanding of the practice of designing signalized intersections including interactive instructor-led discussions and pre-recorded sub-modules accessible anytime within the program period to accommodate the pace and schedule of the student. This program is targeted towards practitioners early in their careers with a focus on foundational knowledge and skills necessary for designing traffic signals from planning through implementation. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to interact directly with a live panel of experts as they explore the intricacies of real world examples.

Instructor Information

  • Steven Jewell, P.E, PTOE -- LinkedIn Bio
  • Douglas E. Noble, P.E., PTOE | Senior Director of Management and Operations | ITE
  • Guest instructors: Subject matter experts with extensive experience in Designing Signalized Intersections development and process will also provide instruction on several modules. These guest instructors information and full bios are provided on the module pages they developed.

Course Schedule
This training program will be offered on the ITE Learning Hub. The training program consists of a series of 14 sessions. Sessions 1, 5, 9 and 14 will consist of live interactive sessions and answering questions students have from previous modules. The remaining 10 sessions are pre-recorded and broken into sub-modules.

The student is expected to view Sessions 1B, 2, 3 and 4 prior to the October live session. The student is expected to view Sessions 6, 7, 8 prior to the November live session and view Sessions 10, 11, 12, and 13 prior to December live session. Each set of modules will be made available after the prior live session.

The live presentations have assigned dates:
  • Module 1 (Live) September 12, 2022
  • Module 5 (Live) October 11, 2022
  • Module 9 (Live) November 7, 2022
  • Module 14 (Live) December 5, 2022
*Session times are subject to change.
The live events for this course take place from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

For further details on the program, please view the Program Syllabus here

Policies: This Designing Signalized Intersections Program is non-refundable within 5 days prior to the event. You will have access to the entire course until February 5, 2023. Extensions will not be granted.

For administrative questions, please contact ITE Professional Development Director, Kellyanne Broom at kbroom@ite.org.