TE-11 Access Management and Site Design
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DescriptionHow and where vehicles enter and leave the roadway strongly affect traffic safety and traffic operations on the site itself, in the street, and through nearby intersections. This course focuses on good practices for effective management of the many different types of access between the roadway and a specific site, including commercial, residential, and office sites. It provides a sound technical foundation for engineers and planners whose work involves designing or reviewing issues or on-site circulation plans.
- effective access, driveway, and intersection design
- drop-off/pick-up areas
- safe design of conflict points and areas
- drive-thru facilities
- queuing area and parking lot design
- truck and transit access design
- internal street configurations and controls
- enhanced pedestrian and bicycle mobility and safety
- emergency access
- access management policies and practices
- traffic mitigation fee programs and agreements
- traffic thresholds and problem mitigation strategies
- site plan and traffic impact studies for new development projects
What You Will LearnStudents learn how to design and manage safe, efficient means to move traffic on, off, and around various types of business, commercial, and residential developments. Students also learn how to prepare and use traffic impact studies for new developments.
Who Should AttendThis course is designed for city and county engineers as well as transportation and traffic planners and community planners who are involved with some aspect of local access design and management, including the design or review of traffic circulation plans and traffic impact studies, and/or local review of development projects. Experienced professionals will benefit from the focus on state-of-the-practice tools and techniques. No previous knowledge of access management is required for the course.
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