• Present an overview and framework for state and local implement a Pedestrian Safety Action Plan tailored to their specific problems and needs
• Provide a reference for improving pedestrian safety through street redesign and the use of engineering countermeasures as well as other safety-related treatments and programs that involve the whole community
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.
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Part 1 of 2 – Designing for Pedestrian Safety, Stakeholders, and Data Collection
This first session will cover an introduction to designing for pedestrian safety. This will be followed by a discussion on including stakeholders in the PSAP process and the role of data collection.
- Coming soon!
Part 2 of 2 – Step-by-Step PSAP Development and Selecting Countermeasures
The second session will do a deep dive into the Pedestrian Safety Action Plan development process, covering each of the steps involved. This will be followed by a discussion on various pedestrian safety countermeasures.
- Coming soon!