This is a live, repeat presentation of a webinar that was originally offered on 11/03/22, 07/27/22, and 02/08/2023. Attendees of the previously offered presentations, RV-W110322, RV-W072722, and RV-W020823 will not receive CEU for attending the 02/08/2023 presentation.
When we think of highway design, the first element that comes to mind is speed. The goal seems simple, the faster we move goods and vehicles across our highways the better. This simple goal misses one key element. It misses context. By focusing on one single element of mobility, the goal misses the context in which a highway operates. Thus, it is important that practitioners in the A/E/C industry take into account the surrounding community when designing highways and then deliver adequate speed management controls. In this course, practitioners within the A/E/C industry will learn strategies that may be used to achieve desired operating speeds across all context classifications. The strategies described in this course are national best practices for low-speed facilities and are allowable on arterials and collectors when consistent with the context classification of the roadway.
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