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TRB Webinar: Practical Design Principles for Affordable Roundabouts: Case Studies


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Date(s)
February 27, 2019 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM U.S. Eastern
Cost (for your seat)
$105.00
Professional Development Hours for this webinar
2.0 hour(s)
Continuing Education Hours for this webinar
AAE: 0.0 hour(s)
AICP: 0.0 hour(s)
CLE: 0.0 hour(s)
Details

TRB will conduct a webinar on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM ET that will discuss how practical design principles can be used to help agencies afford roundabouts. While roundabouts have proven useful for pedestrians, transit users, and commuters, they have received complaints regarding their expense. Presenters will describe case studies throughout the United States that have successfully used practical design concepts for constructing new roundabouts. They will highlight the decision making process and technical aspects that allowed these roundabouts to be more affordable than conventional designs.

This webinar was organized by the TRB Standing Committee on Roundabouts.

Some registrants will need to pay $105 to attend this webinar.  Sign into MyTRB.org to view registration information.

Webinar Presenters

  • Aaron Call, Ohm-Advisors, Inc.
  • Nick Shultz, City of Newark, Ohio
  • Brian Morehead, City of Newark, Ohio
  • Scott Zehngraff, Georgia Department of Transportation
  • Glenn Wagemann, Washington State Department of Transportation

Moderated by: Jerry Champa, GHD

Webinar Outline

1. Case study from Newark, Ohio
2. Case study from Georgia Department of Transportation
3. Case study from Washington State Department of Transportation
4. Question and answer session

The first 90 minutes of the webinar will be for presentations and the final 30 minutes will be reserved for audience questions.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Describe how freight and their vehicles are handled at smaller roundabouts
  • Identify where curb details are essential
  • Discuss how agencies can message the design being built and set expectations for users

Professional Development Hour Information

A certificate for 2.0 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) will be provided to Professional Engineers (PEs) who register and attend the webinar as an individual. For approved webinars, TRB’s webinar program awards Registered Continuing Education Provider (RCEP) Professional Development Hour (PDH) credits associated with participation only to the registered individual and not  to other members of a group that view the webinar together. To receive PDH credits, please register as an individual and sign into the webinar from your personal computer. After doing this, you may join your group in a meeting room.  To be eligible for the credits, individuals must remain signed in for the entire webinar, including for any question and answer session following the presentations.

In addition, advance registration is available until just before the webinar starts. Once the webinar starts, you will be unable to submit your registration. Individuals that are registered for a webinar but do not receive their confirmation emails due to their organization’s internal firewalls should contact the TRB Helpdesk (MyTRB@nas.edu) for assistance in signing in.

Individuals registered as Florida PEs are no longer required to email TRB with your license number to report your attendance. Instead, please use your certificate that TRB provides through RCEP.net as verification of your attendance to the Florida Board of Professional Engineers.

Please check with your licensing board to ensure that TRB webinar PDHs are approved by your board.

This webinar was developed in October 2018. TRB has met the standards and requirements of the Registered Continuing Education Program (RCEP). Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to RCEP by TRB. Complaints about registered providers may be sent to RCEP, 1015 15th Street, NW, 8th Floor, Washington, DC 20005. Website: www.RCEP.net.

Registration questions? Contact Reggie Gillum at RGillum@nas.edu.