Dates: January 22-23, 2020
Meets: W and Th from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: National University, Spectrum Center
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DescriptionThis two-day course provides beginning to intermediate computer lab training in SYNCHRO / SimTraffic10 software and the recently published 2016 Highway Capacity Manual (HCM 2016) for vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists. Working on a real-world project, students will use SYNCHRO to insert an aerial background, add / modify roadways, input intersection geometrics, enter multi-modal traffic volumes (cars, trucks, peds, and bicycles) and signal timings to perform capacity analysis for signalized, unsignalized and roundabout intersections. In addition, students will use Synchro 10 to evaluate and develop optimal signal timing plans that reduce delays, congestion, and fuel consumption, and develop physical mitigation measures to mitigate oversaturated levels of service. The seamless integration of Synchro with SimTraffic, a microsimulation software, will be used to evaluate intersection operations and compare the differences between "isolated - macro-level" Synchro and "network-wide - micro-level" SimTraffic analysis. This course will also teach you how to review and understand the delay, level of service, and queuing analysis using both empirical analysis (Synchro) and micro-simulation (SimTraffic).
- Detailed review of Synchro 10 input requirements
- Analysis of signalized, unsignalized and roundabout intersections using Synchro 10
- Multi-modal vehicle, pedestrian and bicycle LOS using HCM 2010
- Optimizing signal timings for a group of intersections
- Integration of SYNCHRO 10 with SimTraffic
- Network-wide analysis and optimization using SimTraffic
What You Will LearnUsing a real-world project in a computer lab class setting, students will learn how to develop a network and use the SYNCHRO 10 and SimTraffic 10 software. This includes inserting an aerial background, add / modify straight and curved roadways, inputting intersection geometrics and pocket lengths, entering multi-modal volumes (cars, trucks, peds, and bicyclists) and signal timings to perform capacity analysis for signalized, unsignalized and roundabout intersections.
Who Should AttendThis course is designed for traffic engineers, planners, and technicians in both public agencies and private firms who are involved in the planning, design, operation and management of signal systems.
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Note: Cancellation fee is $75. There are no refunds for classes with registration fees of $75 or less. For all other classes, you may cancel your enrollment and receive a refund of your registration fee less $75, provided we receive your written request to cancel at least 5 full working days before the class is scheduled to begin.
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|Course Fee (Basic)||CA Public Agency||$ 395.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||Standard fee||$ 790.00|
National University, Spectrum Center9388 Lightwave Avenue
San Diego, CA 92123-1426
Telephone: 858-541-7727 Fax: 619-563-7279
Fred ChoaPE, Regional Principal in Charge, Fehr & Peers Associates
Mr. Choa has over 20 years of experience in traffic engineering and operations analysis. Fred serves as Fehr & Peers' National Multi-Modal Traffic Operations and Simulation (MMTOS) expert due to his expertise in operations (Synchro, HCS, SIDRA, Tru-Traffic, PASSER, and TRANSYT) and simulation (SimTraffic, CORSIM, Paramics, and VISSIM). Fred has successfully completed numerous major projects throughout the United States involving a wide variety of transportation and operational design issues such as Multi-Modal Signal Coordination, Transit Operations (BRT, LRT, Streetcar, and Transit Systems), Transit Signal Priority, HOV / HOT lanes, Interchanges, Roundabouts, and Freeway / Goods Movement Corridors. He has published several professional papers on issues related to traffic operations and simulation for the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the Transportation Research Board.
Diwu ZhouEIT, Transportation Engineer, Fehr & Peers Associates
Diwu joined Fehr & Peers after completing a Master's Degree in Transportation Engineering at UC Berkeley. Diwu is passionate about exploring transportation solutions that aim to reduce automobile dependency in suburban areas and improving the safety and accessibility of multimodal transportation systems. His engineering experience includes design of signing, striping, and street lighting. He also has broad background in transportation planning through his experience with transportation impact studies, safe routes to school assessments, citywide and countywide planning studies, traffic simulations, and operational analysis.
|01/22/2020||Wednesday||8 AM to 5 PM||National University, Spectrum Center|
|01/23/2020||Thursday||8 AM to 5 PM||National University, Spectrum Center|
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