This webinar will provide an overview of strategies used to address safety for multimodal users. The webinar will feature applied examples from Portland, Oregon, guidance described in NCHRP Report 926, and key issues and new design concepts that practitioners should consider. Lessons learned from experience working on the Requests to Experiment and research will be provided. The webinar will include a discussion on specific treatments that should be carefully considered.
Learning Objectives
(1) Inform participants about the NCHRP Report 926 report.
(2) Describe how specific design treatments can be used to address safety.
(3) Present real-world case studies.
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Instructor Bio

Peter Koonce, P.E., has dedicated his career to building sustainable and safe transportation systems. He has worked in the private and public sector primarily focused on multimodal traffic signals and related traffic engineering technology. He has served as an adjunct professor at Portland State University teaching graduate level courses and established the school’s first study abroad program taking students to The Netherlands to learn more about their transportation systems. He is a member of the Executive Board and the Bicycle Technical Committee of the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and serves as a Committee Member for the Transportation Research Board’s Committee on Bicycle Transportation and has served in the past as Chair for the Traffic Signal Systems Committee. Peter is active with multiple professional societies including Institute of Transportation Engineers, the National Association of City Transportation Officials, and the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals.

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This webinar will award 2.0 PDHs.

 

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Guidance to Improve Multimodal Safety at Intersections

 

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