This four-part training course provides participants with advanced knowledge and competencies in work zone design and management practices. This training will cover the fundamental principles, elements, and devices associated with Temporary Traffic Control (TTC), with a heavy emphasis on the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) TTC Standards and Guidelines. Design considerations and positive protection devices (temporary barriers, stationary crash cushions, truck/trailer mounted attenuators, etc.) will be discussed, along with how to accommodate pedestrians and bicyclists. Finally, the training will cover TTC plan management and design. There will be interactive activities during this course, and participants will walk away with a more thorough understanding of TTC in Florida.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Apply the latest safety and mobility design concepts related to TTC plans for work zones.
- Identify the latest FDOT standards related to TTC plans for planning, design, and project management.
- Demonstrate knowledge of standards related to such items as worker and flagger apparel (such as ANSI and similar standard guides).
- Consider alternative innovations, best practices, and recent research findings in work zone planning, design, and execution.
- Develop temporary transportation management plans for safety and mobility.
- Identify and analyze specific (key) issues and concerns that affect work zone design and demonstrate the ability to explain safety and mobility issues, impacts, and alternatives to peers, the public, or decision-makers.
- Summarize work zone safety and mobility impacts and alternatives.
The target audience is state and local design engineers, traffic and safety engineers, senior work zone traffic engineers, transportation planners, employees/board members of metropolitan planning organizations, regional planners, regional construction engineers (with work zone experience), and senior engineering technicians.
• Gain/review an understanding of TTC in Florida
• Discuss workable concepts and techniques during the work zone management and design in Florida
• Discuss FDOT standards and procedures used during the design of TTC Plans in Florida
• Enable participants to manage and design work zone to improve safety in Florida
This four-part series is bring presented on the following days from 9:00am – 12:00pm (ET)
Part 1 of 4 – Friday, December 2
Part 2 of 4 – Tuesday, December 6
Part 3 of 4 – Thursday, December 8
Part 4 of 4 – Thursday, December 15
and will cover the follow modules:
2. FDOT Temporary Traffic Control Standards and Guidelines
3. Fundamental Principles of Temporary Traffic Control (TTC)
4. TTC Elements
5. TTC Devices
6. Positive Protection
7. Design Considerations
8. Pedestrian and Bicyclist Accommodations
9. TTC Plan Management and Design
This webinar series is provided at no cost and will award a certificate to those fully attending and completing the webinar. Professional Development Hours will be provided to those that request these during registration. Each session in the series will award 3.0 PDHs, and a total of 12.0 PDHs can be earned for fully attending all sessions. Space is limited and Florida local agencies are being given first priority!
Juan M. Morales, P.E. is the president of J.M. Morales & Associates, P.C., a traffic engineering and traffic safety consulting firm located in Orlando, Florida. Prior to starting his transportation engineering consulting firm in 1995, Mr. Morales served as director of technical programs for the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), including directing ITE’s Educational Foundation and serving as ITE’s liaison to the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. Prior to joining ITE, Mr. Juan worked as a traffic and research engineer for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in McLean, VA, where he was actively involved in traffic control, highway safety, congestion management, and traffic simulation. Mr. Morales holds a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the Georgia Tech and a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Puerto Rico. He is a registered professional engineer in Florida, Virginia and Puerto Rico. He is a member of ITE, ATSSA, and a certified instructor for both the National Highway Institute (NHI) and ATSSA.
This is a Four-Part Series taking place on December 2, 6, 8, and 15.
You will only need to register once to be signed up for all four sessions.
Advanced Work Zone Management and Design
DATES: December 2, 6, 8, and 15, 2022
TIME: 9:00am – 12:00pm (ET)