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Traffic Calming – What Has Changed in the Last 20 Years?

Traffic Calming – What Has Changed in the Last 20 Years
Developed by the ITE Traffic Engineering Council

As the need to protect residential areas from effects of traffic continues to increase, the Traffic Calming practice has evolved. Some traditional Traffic Calming measures remain, new ones have been engineered, while others have changed in their design, application and/or effects. In 2017, ITE and FHWA developed the “Traffic Calming ePrimer” to serve as a resource for the public and profession to understand the toolbox of individual traffic calming measures and their effects. The ePrimer can help to choose which measure(s) would be best to solve specific neighborhood traffic problems and have acceptable benefits and negative impacts. Based on the information contained in the ePrimer, the ITE Traffic Engineering Council is finalizing a revised set of Traffic Calming Fact Streets. These sheets have long been a popular staple on the ITE website. This webinar presents the current state of the Traffic Calming practice and presents the updated and new Fact Sheets on the individual Traffic Calming measures.

Learning Objectives
  • Learn the state of the Traffic Calming practice
  • Know and understand the most popular measures in the ITE Traffic Calming toolbox
  • Understand the potential benefits and impacts of each measure, plus costs, to make informed decisions on what techniques would be apply to specific situations.
Fees: 
$149 ITE Members/ $199 Non-members

This fee includes a live web event, access to the recording for 30 days, webinar evaluation, 1.5 PDH credits and certificate of completion.

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