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This webinar is led by ITE Roundabout Committee.
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This webinar is a compilation of three presentations to highlight and celebrate National Roundabouts Week 2023!
The first presentation is an overview of the newest Roundabout Design Guide, NCHRP 1043.One of the leading contributors to the design guide will be providing a thorough review of what is new in the for all planners, engineers and practitioners to be aware of.
The second presentation is from the Roundabout Capital of the US, Carmel, Indiana. The ITE Roundabout Committee solicited applications for safe system approach roundabout projects this summer and selected the Main Street Corridor project in the City of Carmel as the winner of this summers contest. The designers and City team will present their project.
And finally, the author of the first children's book on roundabouts, Ronda Loves Roundabouts, will present a brief summary on his book sharing and how it came to be.
- Recognize, describe and recall the newest aspects of the NCHRP 1043 roundabout design guide and apply those techniques in practice.
- Apply the FHWA's Safe System Approach to roundabout planning and design and implementation from the City of Carmel.
- Identify the benefits of teaching children about roundabouts and how this is a resourceful STEM resource for K-12.
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