Held September 18, 2018
TAC has developed application guidelines for speed display devices (SDD) to provide implementation guidance and promote uniformity across Canada. This webinar will cover all aspects of implementation, including warrants, design, display, installation, operation and technology. Participants will learn about recommended practices and how to adapt application guidelines in their jurisdictions.
Transportation professionals with all levels of experience
Stephan Kellner, Director, Transportation Planning, Planning & Advisory, WSP Canada – Montreal
Stephan has over 15 years’ experience in the transportation field, with projects ranging from studies in detailed design to site supervision, and covering all modes of transportation (walking, cycling, public transport, vehicles and moving goods). He is passionate about sharing his knowledge by presenting at conferences and seminars to meet the demands and varying levels of expertise of the audience. He also delivers in-house training, and appreciates mentoring opportunities with colleagues.
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