Estimating Traffic Volumes When There's No Traffic

We understand that today's unusual travel patterns pose barriers to transportation projects—but a lack of traffic counts shouldn't stall your project.

Our team has identified a 4-step methodology for developing defensible estimates of existing and future travel demand, so projects that rely on field-collected volume data can continue under current conditions. We're hosting a virtual Transportation Education Seminar (TES) event to discuss our approach and seek your feedback.

Estimating Traffic Volumes When There's No Traffic

Thursday, April 23, 2020
11:00am-12:00pm PDT
PDH Credits: 1

Brian Dunn, Wayne Kittelson, and Chris Brehmer, the authors of our recent white paper on this methodology, will walk through:

• A suggested approach to developing proxy existing traffic estimates to keep projects moving
• Case studies of public agency COVID-19 policies, scoping letters, etc. to demonstrate the validity of the approach
• A glimpse of what the future may hold

After a 25-minute presentation, Brian, Wayne, and Chris will leave plenty of time for Q&A and an open discussion for participants to share their approaches and examples of moving forward under COVID-19, along with potential project challenges you may be facing.

Feel free to forward this invitation to others in your organization. We appreciate an RSVP, but regardless, you can join us using the login information below.

To Join The Meeting:

We will host this discussion on Microsoft Teams.

Please use this link to join us at 11:00am on Thursday, April 23

Or call in at: +1 971-277-2148
Conference ID: 506 577 918#

Please RSVP if you plan on attending.

For any questions, please contact Norma Jensen at or (503) 535-7451.