Fundamentals of Traffic Engineering

 
10th-11th August 2021 Middle East

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COURSE OUTLINE

Fundamentals of Traffic Engineering


10th-11th August 2021 Middle East

DAY 1
 
 
Session: Introduction and course overview

Session: Principles of Traffic Engineering studies

 

  • Data Collection Preparation
  • Data Collection Execution
  • Pitfalls of Field Data Collection
  • ITE Manual of Transportation Engineering Studies
 
Session: Role of Traffic Engineering and the Traffic Engineer

Session: Common Traffic Study Procedures

 

  • Volume Studies
  • Speed Studies
  • Intersection Studies
  • Safety Studies
  • Emerging Trends
  • Data Collection
  • Data Applications
Break
 
 
Session: Different parts of traffic engineering studies

 

  • Forecasting travel demand
  • Design and operations of road segments and interchanges
  • Planning, design, and operations of road segments and interchanges
  • Design and control for interrupting traffic flow through intersections
  • Design and operations of complete streets
  • Access management
  • Parking
  • Traffic calming
  • Work zone maintenance of traffic and construction staging
  • Traffic management for planned, unplanned, and emergency events
  • Capacity analysis
  • Pedestrians
  • Road safety
  • Marking
  • Public transportation
  • Active transportation
  • Traffic control studies
  • Lighting
  • Traffic impact study
END OF DAY 1
 
 
DAY 2 

Session: Different kinds of transportation

 

  • Rail
  • Water
  • Air
 
Session: Traffic Management Complexity

 

  • Delayed
  • Heavy traffic
  • Safety
  • Cost
  • User
 
Session: Key factors

 

  • Speed
  • Volume
  • Travel time
  • Density
  • Traffic stream characteristics
  • Geometry
  • Travel distance
Break
 
 
Session: Multimodal Transport and Telecommunication Traffic

Session: Traffic Information Systems

 

 

COURSE OUTLINE

Fundamentals of Traffic Engineering


10th-11th August 2021 Middle East

DAY 1
 
 
Session: Introduction and course overview

Session: Principles of Traffic Engineering studies

 

  • Data Collection Preparation
  • Data Collection Execution
  • Pitfalls of Field Data Collection
  • ITE Manual of Transportation Engineering Studies
 
Session: Role of Traffic Engineering and the Traffic Engineer

Session: Common Traffic Study Procedures

 

  • Volume Studies
  • Speed Studies
  • Intersection Studies
  • Safety Studies
  • Emerging Trends
  • Data Collection
  • Data Applications
Break
 
 
Session: Different parts of traffic engineering studies

 

  • Forecasting travel demand
  • Design and operations of road segments and interchanges
  • Planning, design, and operations of road segments and interchanges
  • Design and control for interrupting traffic flow through intersections
  • Design and operations of complete streets
  • Access management
  • Parking
  • Traffic calming
  • Work zone maintenance of traffic and construction staging
  • Traffic management for planned, unplanned, and emergency events
  • Capacity analysis
  • Pedestrians
  • Road safety
  • Marking
  • Public transportation
  • Active transportation
  • Traffic control studies
  • Lighting
  • Traffic impact study
END OF DAY 1
 
 
DAY 2 

Session: Different kinds of transportation

 

  • Rail
  • Water
  • Air
 
Session: Traffic Management Complexity

 

  • Delayed
  • Heavy traffic
  • Safety
  • Cost
  • User
 
Session: Key factors

 

  • Speed
  • Volume
  • Travel time
  • Density
  • Traffic stream characteristics
  • Geometry
  • Travel distance
Break
 
 
Session: Multimodal Transport and Telecommunication Traffic

Session: Traffic Information Systems

 

 

   

CEO of consulting engineers  

Doctorate in business administration and Management, General

Master of Science
Transportation and Highway Engineering

Bachelor of Science (BS), Civil Engineering FIRM Australia

Our Trainer He is an experienced engineer to provide consultancy services in the field of transportation planning, traffic engineering, highway engineering and active transportation. The practice of transportation planning has evolved substantially over the past several decades. Once defined as largely a technical exercise, in which the calculation of required roadway capacity was the preeminent activity, transportation planning now encompasses a wide range of sometimes conflicting problems and demands, from growing levels of congestion and worsening air quality to neighborhood preservation and social equity concerns. But are the curricula in the planning and engineering programs that educate and train transportation professionals adequately preparing them for these new challenges? His goal in this study summarized was to compare the kinds of knowledge and skills important to transportation professionals today with the kinds of knowledge and skills that planning and engineering programs provide their students in order to highlight areas for improvement and suggest ways to enhance the education of transportation professionals.

 
He has facilitated in over 250 training courses, workshops and conferences and has been involved in over 4000 blasts on the surface and underground over the past 38 years.

 

 

*Early Bird ends on 22nd June

 

 

 

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