Solving Neighborhood Traffic Problems

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Course Overview

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe a variety of residential land use and street patterns and their expected effects on neighborhood traffic problems
  • List typical non-traffic characteristics of residential neighborhoods that impact the implementation of traffic control techniques
  • Select appropriate traffic studies and other techniques to identify and quantify the nature of a neighborhood traffic problem
  • Apply appropriate traffic control and calming techniques to reduce traffic problems and increase the livability of existing neighborhoods
  • Describe a variety of existing traffic calming and traffic control devices in use based on their first hand observation
  • Explain typical difficulties and details of implementing a neighborhood traffic control program and how those might be overcome

Who Should Attend?

Who should attend?

  • Public works directors and engineers
  • Police officers with traffic safety responsibilities
  • City and regional planners
  • City administrators and their assistants
  • Local government officials and their staff
  • Planning and engineering consultants

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Andi Bill

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