TRB xonducted a webinar on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM ET that featured research from the National Cooperative Highway Research Program
(NCHRP)’s Report 785
: Performance-Based Analysis of Geometric Design of Highways and Streets. This webinar presented two significant steps in advancing multimodal design of highways and streets: incorporating performance-based analysis into the project development process, and developing a comprehensive, flexible design process that considers the context of the facility and the performance of various modes. Presenters also discussed an update to AASHTO’s Guidelines for Geometric Design of Very Low-Volume Roads, NCHRP Report 839
: A Performance-Based Highway Geometric Design Process.
Participants must register in advance of the webinar, and there is a fee for non-TRB Sponsor or non-TRB Sustaining Affiliate employees. . A certificate for 2.0 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) was provided to attendees who registered and attended the webinar as an individual. Contact Reggie Gillum at RGillum@nas.edu
for instructions on receiving a copy of the recorded webinar.
- Brian Ray, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
- Julia Knudsen, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
- Hermanus Steyn, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
- Richard Coakley, CH2M
Moderated by: John Mason, Auburn University
- Introduction to highway geometric design
- AASHTO and TRB Strategic Research Objectives
- Overview of Report 785
- Overview of Report 839
- Question and answer session
The first 90 minutes of the webinar will be for presentations and the final 30 minutes will be reserved for audience questions. The Registered Continuing Education Program (RCEP) categorizes this webinar activity as relating to health, safety, and welfare including core technical.
At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Understand the intent of performance-based geometric highway design
- Understand the performance-based analysis model and its possible applications
- Describe the process for considering the project purpose and need
- Apply methods for evaluating tradeoffs between design alternatives and optimizing a design given the constraints of a project
There is no fee for employees of TRB Sponsors
or TRB Sustaining Affiliates
who register using their work email address. In addition to employees of TRB sponsor organizations, the following are eligible to receive complimentary webinar registration:
- TRB and National Academies employees;
- Chairs of TRB standing committees, sections, or groups;
- CRP panel members who were involved with developing the report or project that is the subject of the webinar;
- Members of the media;
- Employees of tribal governments; and
- Members of Congress or their staff.
Other sites must pay $95 per site. View our pricing page
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Professional Development Hour Information
A certificate for 2.0 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) will be provided to Professional Engineers (PEs) who register and attend the webinar as an individual. For groups, only the person that registers and attends the session will receive a PDH certificate.
Individuals registered as Florida PEs are no longer required to email TRB with your license number to report your attendance. Instead, please use your certificate that TRB provides through RCEP.net as verification of your attendance to the Florida Board of Professional Engineers.
Please check with your licensing board to ensure that TRB webinar PDHs are approved by your board.
This webinar was developed in October 2016. TRB has met the standards and requirements of the Registered Continuing Education Program (RCEP). Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to RCEP by TRB. Certificates of Completion will be issued to individuals who register for and attend the entire webinar session. Complaints about registered providers may be sent to RCEP, 1015 15th Street, NW, 8th Floor, Washington, DC 20005. Website: www.RCEP.net
Registration questions? Contact Reggie Gillum at RGillum@nas.edu
This Summary Last Modified On: 4/12/2017