Have you thought or struggled with questions like…
• How can we reduce crashes on our multimodal facilities with limited funds?
• What tools and methods are available to help make informed decisions about safety?
• How can we identify projects that reduce crashes and improve efficiency?
• How do we know where and how to invest our limited funds to reduce crashes?
• How we do know if the improvements we made really reduced crashes?
• How can we manage our risk and liability in our day to day project decisions?
• What tools can we use to better support design variance processes to facilitate safe and practical designs?
If these or similar questions are ones you have and want answered, this full day workshop is for you.
The transportation profession now has a suite of tools available to help quantify and understand how we can reduce crashes on our multimodal roadway facilities. These tools include AASHTO’s recently published Highway Safety Manual (HSM), FHWA’s Crash Modification Factors Clearinghouse, FHWA’s Guide to Developing Quality Crash Modification Factors, and FHWA’s Road Safety Audit Guidelines. Project examples and hands-on activities in this full day workshop will demonstrate how these and other resources/tools can work together to inform your system management and project specific decisions.
Staff and senior level transportation professionals who are interested in incorporating quantitative safety analysis into projects and/or conducting safety focused projects or studies.
The workshop will be led by members of Kittelson & Associates, Inc.’s project team on NCHRP 17-36: Production of the First Edition Highway Safety Manual as well as members of Kittelson & Associates, Inc. with experience conducting road safety audits, and applying multiple safety analysis tools and resources to inform system management and project decisions.
Cost: $250.00 per person (groups may inquire regarding discounts)
PDH: The class is equal to 8 professional development hours
Refreshments: Morning & afternoon snacks, along with lunch will be provided
What to Bring: Please bring a laptop with HiSafe Software (download a Free trial version here) & a calculator. If you do not have a laptop, please note this when registering, and we can supply a laptop for you.
Questions?: Contact Dave Mills via email or by phone at (503) 228-5230.
We look forward to seeing you on the 25th!