Training Class
Advanced Work Zone Management and Design
Dec 01 - Dec 02 in Fairbanks
CityFairbanks
Date/TimeDec 01 - Dec 02
8:30am - 4:30pm
Location/Phone

TBD

Registration DeadlineNov 17
Class Size40
StatusSeats available
Seat Availability
25 seats available for State (DOT)
3 seats available for FHWA
12 seats available for Other
InstructorsFHWA Resource Center
Description

This session provides participants with advanced levels of knowledge and competencies with technical and non-technical aspects of work zone traffic control practices, including work zone planning, design, project management, and contract issues. The session provides maximum flexibility by including core, recommended, and optional lessons.

Local Alaska Transportation Partners (consultants, contractors, and local or tribal governments) are encouraged to register.

 

 

Objectives / Topics

This is a workshop-type session that intends to:

Analyze and evaluate operational, safety, and mobility impacts of work zones, including scheduling, scope, phases, and alternate routes

Specifically, how they relate to bicycle and pedestrian access

Consider the application of ITS technologies and, where applicable, apply ITS technologies to work zone planning, design, and execution

Best practices for incorporating smart work zone technologies

Consider alternative innovations, best practices, and recent research findings in work zone planning, design, and execution

List elements necessary for successful contracts and identify strategies for resolving contract issues, including best practices in work zone contracting, also identify tools to resolve conflicts with contracting issues 

Including examples of State specific Language that represents best practices

Review successful contract case studies

Discuss balancing the needs of the public and the timely progression of the project

 

Target Audience

State, and local design engineers, traffic and safety engineers, senior work zone traffic engineers, transportation planners, employees of metropolitan planning organizations and board members, regional planners, regional construction engineers (with work zone experience), and senior engineering technicians.

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Dec 05 - Dec 06 in Anchorage
CityAnchorage
Date/TimeDec 05 - Dec 06
8:30am - 4:30pm
Location/Phone

TBD

Registration DeadlineNov 21
Class Size40
StatusSeats available
Seat Availability
25 seats available for State (DOT)
3 seats available for FHWA
12 seats available for Other
InstructorsFHWA Resource Center
Description

This session provides participants with advanced levels of knowledge and competencies with technical and non-technical aspects of work zone traffic control practices, including work zone planning, design, project management, and contract issues. The session provides maximum flexibility by including core, recommended, and optional lessons.

Local Alaska Transportation Partners (consultants, contractors, and local or tribal governments) are encouraged to register.

 

 

Objectives / Topics

This is a workshop-type session that intends to:

Analyze and evaluate operational, safety, and mobility impacts of work zones, including scheduling, scope, phases, and alternate routes

Specifically, how they relate to bicycle and pedestrian access

Consider the application of ITS technologies and, where applicable, apply ITS technologies to work zone planning, design, and execution

Best practices for incorporating smart work zone technologies

Consider alternative innovations, best practices, and recent research findings in work zone planning, design, and execution

List elements necessary for successful contracts and identify strategies for resolving contract issues, including best practices in work zone contracting, also identify tools to resolve conflicts with contracting issues 

Including examples of State specific Language that represents best practices

Review successful contract case studies

Discuss balancing the needs of the public and the timely progression of the project

 

Target Audience

State, and local design engineers, traffic and safety engineers, senior work zone traffic engineers, transportation planners, employees of metropolitan planning organizations and board members, regional planners, regional construction engineers (with work zone experience), and senior engineering technicians.

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Dec 08 - Dec 09 in Juneau
CityJuneau
Date/TimeDec 08 - Dec 09
8:30am - 4:30pm
Location/Phone

TBD

Registration DeadlineNov 24
Class Size40
StatusSeats available
Seat Availability
24 seats available for State (DOT)
3 seats available for FHWA
12 seats available for Other
InstructorsFHWA Resource Center
Description

This session provides participants with advanced levels of knowledge and competencies with technical and non-technical aspects of work zone traffic control practices, including work zone planning, design, project management, and contract issues. The session provides maximum flexibility by including core, recommended, and optional lessons.

Local Alaska Transportation Partners (consultants, contractors, and local or tribal governments) are encouraged to register.

 

 

Objectives / Topics

This is a workshop-type session that intends to:

Analyze and evaluate operational, safety, and mobility impacts of work zones, including scheduling, scope, phases, and alternate routes

Specifically, how they relate to bicycle and pedestrian access

Consider the application of ITS technologies and, where applicable, apply ITS technologies to work zone planning, design, and execution

Best practices for incorporating smart work zone technologies

Consider alternative innovations, best practices, and recent research findings in work zone planning, design, and execution

List elements necessary for successful contracts and identify strategies for resolving contract issues, including best practices in work zone contracting, also identify tools to resolve conflicts with contracting issues 

Including examples of State specific Language that represents best practices

Review successful contract case studies

Discuss balancing the needs of the public and the timely progression of the project

 

Target Audience

State, and local design engineers, traffic and safety engineers, senior work zone traffic engineers, transportation planners, employees of metropolitan planning organizations and board members, regional planners, regional construction engineers (with work zone experience), and senior engineering technicians.

RegisterView Participants

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