Join your peers and two leading practitioners who are moving the state of the practice in engineering: using traffic signals to protect people biking and prioritize transit.
From the leading interval to the low-speed progression, and from the reverse queue jump to the quarter-cycle offset, learn from cities that are finding innovative strategies to manage streets in time as well as space, and are using signal strategies to prioritize people beyond the traffic platoon. Whether you’re a veteran traffic engineer or an ambitious planner, join this interactive workshop to discover new techniques, work through design challenges, and make a better case for getting the most from your transportation system.
Fee: $175; includes breakfast
3.0 credit hours