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Implementing Best Practices to Provide Safe Integration of Rail Transport

This session will showcase best practices for developing and integrating safe grade crossing solutions into the transportation network. Topics addressed include shared corridor projects, best practices for traffic signal preemption, and an experimental operational control plan to minimize vehicular intrusions into an existing busway.
Learning Objectives
  • Demonstrate safe multi-modal rail transit corridor strategies to enhance the communities they serve
  • Understand the practical application of grade crossing preemption, which is increasingly critical in management of safety at grade crossings
  • Identify solutions for prioritizing transportation safety and operational investments in multi-modal corridors passing through urban communities
Brent Ogden, Regional Vice President, Kimley- Horn, Oakland, CA
  • Designing New Features to Control Right Turns on Red
    Na Ree Kim, Senior Transportation Engineer, Iteris, Santa Ana, CA
  • Dan Soler, Project Director, Metro Transit, Crystal, MN
  • Jim Alexander, Project Director, Metro Transit, St. Louis Park, MN
  • Nicole Jackson, AVP-Traffic Systems, CTC, Inc., Fort Worth, TX