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Traffic Monitoring Practices for Canadian Provinces and Municipalities

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EVENT: Live Webinar
DATE: Tuesday, August 22, 2017
TIME: 1:00-2:30 PM ET
COST:
Individual (1 person): $129 members / $159 non-member
Group* of up to 5 people: $545 members / $795 non-member
Group* of up to 10 people: $1090 members / $1590 non-member

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This webinar will provide guidance concerning traffic monitoring program delivery in Canadian provinces and municipalities. It will address planning, design and traffic data collection, analysis, and dissemination. Traffic monitoring practices for both motorized and non-motorized modes will also be presented.

Special Promotion

Webinar registrants purchasing copies of Traffic Monitoring Practices Guide for Canadian Provinces and Municipalities (2017) will receive a one-time, 15% discount on copies purchased in print (PTM-TMPG-E) and ebook (PTM-TMPG-EBK) formats. A special promo code will be provided as part of the confirmation email webinar registration. 

Agenda

  • Introduction
  • Fundamental concepts
  • Program design
  • Data collection
  • Data analysis
  • Data dissemination
  • Summary
  • Questions 

Learning Objectives

  • Describe fundamental components of a traffic monitoring program, unique challenges of monitoring non-motorized modes, and importance of quality assurance
  • Consider data customer needs in the development of a Traffic Monitoring Plan
  • Identify key considerations in the selection of traffic monitoring equipment
  • Understand different methods to calculate annual average daily traffic
  • Identify opportunities to implement non-traditional traffic data dissemination tools

Target Audience

  • Transportation professionals involved in the planning, design, implementation, and management of traffic monitoring programs for provincial and municipal agencies in Canada
  • Professionals involved in the application of traffic data and/or related research

Presenters

Dr. Jonathan Regehr, P. Eng., Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering, University of Manitoba, and Founding Partner, MORR Transportation Consulting
Dr. Regehr has conducted research and has led projects for federal, provincial, and municipal agencies involving traffic information systems, freight transportation systems, railway engineering, traffic engineering, and transport regulation. This expert in traffic monitoring recently orchestrated the development of the first Canadian guidance for traffic monitoring practitioners. Dr. Regehr is co-chair of the Transportation Research Board’s Highway Traffic Monitoring Committee and a board member of the International Society for Weigh-in-Motion. He has served as an expert panelist for the U.S. Traffic Monitoring Guide Update. As Director of the Manitoba Highway Traffic Information System, a partnership between Manitoba Infrastructure and the University of Manitoba, Dr. Regehr oversees the production of traffic statistics for Manitoba’s highway network.

 


*A group registration fee allows multiple viewers to access the webinar via one computer login. All participants are expected to meet in the same room to hear and view the webinar (via one computer and a computer projection system). The group registration option does not permit you to have multiple logins. If your organization has multiple locations, each location will require a separate registration. The person in whose name the registration was made (the group registrant) will receive ALL correspondence related to the webinar - the link to access the webinar, the presentation materials, and the email sent after the webinar. Group registration must be made during a single transaction. We cannot retroactively group individual registrations together.

 


 

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