KAI's Alaska Transportation Education Series provides interactive presentation sessions intended to promote professional development and advancements in transportation engineering and planning in and around the state of Alaska.
WORKSHOP ATTENDEES WILL EARN 2.0 PDH
ALASKA TRAFFIC MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Presented by Jeff Jeffers, P.E. and Lee Rodegerdts, P.E.
About the Presentation:
This workshop will present an overview of the new Alaska Traffic Manual, published in January 2012. The workshop will cover the major changes introduced at the national level between the 2003 and 2009 editions of the federal Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, followed by the corresponding modifications made within the Alaska Traffic Manual to be specific to Alaska.
About the Speakers:
Jeff Jeffers, P.E.
State Traffic & Safety Engineer, Alaska DOT
Mr. Jeffers has served in his current role since September 2011, and previously served as Assistant State Traffic & Safety Engineer for about five years. Mr. Jeffers also manages the state’s project to revise the Alaska Traffic Manual Supplement (adopted in January of 2012) and the ASDS (expected out in late summer), as well as the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP), which is focused on saving lives by reducing fatal and severe injury crashes on Alaska’s roads by installing targeted engineering solutions in locations with high crash experience or with high potential for severe crashes. Mr. Jeffers continuously strives to develop and implement policy and standards on traffic safety, operation, and traffic control devices. His responsibility includes the Alaska Traffic Manual or ATM (comprised of the MUTCD and the Alaska Traffic Manual Supplement), Alaska Sign Design Specifications Manual, traffic-related standard drawings, and the Alaska Highway Safety Improvement Program Handbook.
Jeff was raised in Juneau and recently returned to Alaska in 2006 after living and working 18 years in Washington state.
Lee Rodegerdts, P.E.
Associate Engineer, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Mr. Rodegerdts has broad experience in traffic operations, traffic design, transportation planning, and transportation research and education, and has been active on transportation projects throughout Alaska since 1997. He has developed national expertise with roundabouts and signal systems and has been instrumental in guide and manual development, major research projects, continuing education, and practical consulting assistance in implementing successful roundabouts and traffic signal coordination. Mr. Rodegerdts holds 16 PE licenses throughout the U.S. and is currently based out of Portland, Oregon.
There is no cost to attend this workshop.
We look forward to seeing you there!