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The table below provides information on upcoming events, activities, and webinars related to transportation planning. Click on a column header to sort by event date, organization, event name, or location.

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Oct 2 - 5, 2016    22nd National Conference on Rural Public and Intercity Bus Transportation  - TRB is cosponsoring the 22nd National Conference on Rural Public and Intercity Bus Transportation on October 2-5, 2016 in Asheville, North Carolina. The conference will explore practices and current research in rural public and intercity bus transportation. Presentation proposals are due by February 15, 2016. Applications for graduate research and undergraduate essay competitions are due by March 15, 2016. Students interested in applying for either of the competitions should select the Awards tab and then by click on Student Awards on the conference website.  Event  Asheville, NC 
Oct 2 - 5, 2016  FTA  22nd National Rural Public and Intercity Bus Transportation conference  - Plan now to attend the 22nd National Conference on Rural Public and Intercity Bus Transportation. Held once every two years, it offers a valuable experience for rural transit and human service transit providers, tribal transit managers, planners,state agency staff, intercity bus operators, consultants, researchers and trainers; anyone who is interested in learning about the latest in best practice and current research in mobility and access in rural communities. The conference includes multiple routes to offer learning opportunities throughout the conference for everyone: planning and design; policy, funding and finance; rural transportation in today's operating environment; technology and training solutions; and special topics in rural mobility. The conference will be held at the Renaissance Asheville Hotel on Woodfin Street in Asheville, North Carolina.  
For more information contact jacklyn@calact.org
Event  Asheville, NC 
Sep 28 - 29, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Bicycle Facility Design  - This training will assist planners and designers in learning how to apply the existing standards and how to deal with other technical issues involved. The availability of Federal, State, and local transportation funding for bicycle facilities that serve transportation and recreational users is resulting in a dramatic increase in the number of bicycling (and shared use) facilities being planned and built. Although there are no Federal design standards for bicycle facilities, the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, or a modification thereof, serves as a design guide. As with most guides, the AASHTO guide cannot address every possible scenario so designers often need to apply engineering judgment where specific information is not provided. The training fee includes a copy of the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Helena, MT 
Sep 27 - 28, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Pedestrian Facility Design  - To emphasize the importance of planning for pedestrians, the course focuses on case examples involving corridor and intersection design issues. Participants are engaged through lecture, discussion, video demonstrations of problem areas in corridors and intersections, small group problem identification, and the development of design alternatives. This training was developed to provide information and application opportunities to those involved in the design of pedestrian facilities. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires newly constructed and altered sidewalks to be accessible and usable by people with disabilities, and accessibility improvements need to be implemented for existing facilities. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Helena, MT 
Sep 20 - 21, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Bicycle Facility Design  - This training will assist planners and designers in learning how to apply the existing standards and how to deal with other technical issues involved. The availability of Federal, State, and local transportation funding for bicycle facilities that serve transportation and recreational users is resulting in a dramatic increase in the number of bicycling (and shared use) facilities being planned and built. Although there are no Federal design standards for bicycle facilities, the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, or a modification thereof, serves as a design guide. As with most guides, the AASHTO guide cannot address every possible scenario so designers often need to apply engineering judgment where specific information is not provided. The training fee includes a copy of the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Lebanon, OH 
Sep 13 - 14, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Designing for Pedestrian Safety  - The Designing for Pedestrian Safety course is intended to help state and local transportation engineering professionals address pedestrian safety issues through design and engineering solutions. The training course includes a field exercise in the application of the principles, concepts, and strategies covered in the course. Also the participants will share and prioritize potential policies, programs, and strategies. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Lebanon, OH 
Sep 7 - 9, 2016  Moving Rural America   National Working Summit on Transportation in Rural America  - Transportation drives rural America. Rural communities need safe, viable roads and multi-modal systems to move themselves from place to place, and to move goods and services to markets and customers, often across long distances. Without reliable and well-maintained transportation networks through rural areas, visitors cannot enjoy iconic travel and recreation opportunities; and businesses cannot ensure coast-to-coast delivery of goods. A safe, efficient and advanced transportation system is a foundational building block – an essential bridge that enables tourism, technology development, agriculture, commerce and other key elements of prosperous rural communities and a vibrant national economy. Rural communities provide food, energy, resources, culture and so much more to keep America running. It is time to make OUR transportation systems safer to ensure the heart of America continues to be a sustainable force in our economy. Transportation moves rural America. Rural communities need safe, viable roads and multi-modal systems to move people from place to place; and to move goods and services to markets, often across long distances. Without reliable and well-maintained transportation networks through rural areas, visitors cannot enjoy iconic travel and recreation opportunities; and businesses cannot ensure coast-to-coast delivery of goods. 
For more information contact tulberg@meetingsnorthwest.com
Event  Denver, CO 
Aug 23 - 24, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Bicycle Facility Design  - This training will assist planners and designers in learning how to apply the existing standards and how to deal with other technical issues involved. The availability of Federal, State, and local transportation funding for bicycle facilities that serve transportation and recreational users is resulting in a dramatic increase in the number of bicycling (and shared use) facilities being planned and built. Although there are no Federal design standards for bicycle facilities, the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, or a modification thereof, serves as a design guide. As with most guides, the AASHTO guide cannot address every possible scenario so designers often need to apply engineering judgment where specific information is not provided. The training fee includes a copy of the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Akron, OH 
Aug 16 - 17, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Designing for Pedestrian Safety  - The Designing for Pedestrian Safety course is intended to help state and local transportation engineering professionals address pedestrian safety issues through design and engineering solutions. The training course includes a field exercise in the application of the principles, concepts, and strategies covered in the course. Also the participants will share and prioritize potential policies, programs, and strategies. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Akron, OH 
Jul 26, 2016  Bureau of Transportation Statistics  BTS Webinar: National Census of Ferry Operators  - Behind the Numbers: Exploring Transportation Statistics is a Bureau of Transportation Statistics’ (BTS) quarterly webinar series providing insight into the creation, analysis, management, sharing and usage of transportation statistics and information. The webinars are free and open to all. The session will provide a look at the national census of ferry operators.  
For more information contact jennifer.davis@spatialfront.com
Webinar   
Jul 26 - 27, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Bicycle Facility Design  - This training will assist planners and designers in learning how to apply the existing standards and how to deal with other technical issues involved. The availability of Federal, State, and local transportation funding for bicycle facilities that serve transportation and recreational users is resulting in a dramatic increase in the number of bicycling (and shared use) facilities being planned and built. Although there are no Federal design standards for bicycle facilities, the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, or a modification thereof, serves as a design guide. As with most guides, the AASHTO guide cannot address every possible scenario so designers often need to apply engineering judgment where specific information is not provided. The training fee includes a copy of the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Columbus, OH 
Jul 19 - 21, 2016    Automated Vehicles Symposium 2016  - TRB is co-sponsoring the Workshop on the Future of Road Vehicle Automation on July 19-21, 2016, in San Francisco, California. This event will focus on challenges and opportunities related to the increasing automation of motor vehicles as well as the environments in which they operate. The workshop will build on previous workshops providing updates on the state-of-the-art in road vehicle automation research.  
For more information contact RCunard@nas.edu
Event  San Francisco, CA 
Jul 19 - Aug 8, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Maintenance Leadership Academy  - The Maintenance Leadership Academy provides an intensive training program to individuals who hold positions as State, district, and county maintenance supervisors. The Academy can help decrease the time it takes to acclimate new managers and provide an opportunity for career development. Participants acquire an understanding of the various processes, methods, and materials that are applied to maintain their organization's bridge and highway systems. Participants develop a knowledge base of planning, scheduling, quality control, customer focus, program presentation, asset management, contract management and performance improvement. See sample outcomes below for each of the six modules that comprise the Academy. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Phoenix, AZ 
Jul 19 - 20, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Designing for Pedestrian Safety  - The Designing for Pedestrian Safety course is intended to help state and local transportation engineering professionals address pedestrian safety issues through design and engineering solutions. The training course includes a field exercise in the application of the principles, concepts, and strategies covered in the course. Also the participants will share and prioritize potential policies, programs, and strategies. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Columbus, OH 
Jun 21 - 22, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Bicycle Facility Design  - This training will assist planners and designers in learning how to apply the existing standards and how to deal with other technical issues involved. The availability of Federal, State, and local transportation funding for bicycle facilities that serve transportation and recreational users is resulting in a dramatic increase in the number of bicycling (and shared use) facilities being planned and built. Although there are no Federal design standards for bicycle facilities, the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, or a modification thereof, serves as a design guide. As with most guides, the AASHTO guide cannot address every possible scenario so designers often need to apply engineering judgment where specific information is not provided. The training fee includes a copy of the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Garfield Heights, OH 
Jun 21 - 23, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Highway Traffic Noise  - This course was recently updated to reflect current FHWA noise regulations and policies: Title 23 CFR Part 772: Procedures for Abatement of Highway Traffic Noise and Construction Noise, and related State highway agency noise policies. We recommend that participants registering for this course take the NHI 142063 Highway Traffic Noise: Basic Acoustics in advance of their session. The Interactive Sound Information System (ISIS) demonstrations that are part of this training are deliberately very loud. So, we encourage Session Hosts to secure a training room accordingly. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Baltimore, MD 
Jun 21 - 23, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Advanced Seminar on Transportation Project Development: Navigating the NEPA Maze  - Building upon demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the NEPA project development process, this advanced training provides practical tools and approaches to successfully resolve complex environmental issues and challenges. Designed in seminar format, this training is highly interactive and guides participants through the NEPA decisionmaking process, pointing out potential pitfalls and providing the skills and knowledge to apply critical thinking to reach defensible decisions. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Vancouver, WA 
Jun 15, 2016  Transportation Research Board  TRB Webinar: Application of Human Factors Guideline for Road Systems  - TRB will conduct a webinar on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 from 2:00PM to 4:00 ET that features research from National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 600: Human Factors Guidelines for Road Systems: Second Edition. This research aims to provide insights to highway designers, highway planners, and traffic engineers on the extent to which road users’ needs are influenced by the effects of age, visual demands, cognition, and expectancies. The webinar will show how the 2-page guideline format and human factor interaction matrix can be used to solve day-to-day safety problems.  
For more information contact RGillum@nas.edu
Webinar   
Jun 14 - 16, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: NEPA and the Transportation Decisionmaking Process  - This comprehensive, three-day, instructor-led course presents the historical background and evolution of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related environmental laws. It discusses their influence on FHWA's policies and procedures for the transportation project development and decisionmaking process. The course examines how the framework of laws, regulations, policies, and guidance integrate social, environmental, and economic factors in making transportation project decisions that are in the best overall public interest. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Columbia, SC 
Jun 9 - 10, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Designing for Pedestrian Safety  - The Designing for Pedestrian Safety course is intended to help state and local transportation engineering professionals address pedestrian safety issues through design and engineering solutions. The training course includes a field exercise in the application of the principles, concepts, and strategies covered in the course. Also the participants will share and prioritize potential policies, programs, and strategies. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Garfield Heights, OH 
Jun 7 - 9, 2016  FTA  Federal Transit Administration course on ridership forecasting with STOPS for transit project planning  - The Federal Transit Administration has developed a short course on ridership forecasting with STOPS for transit project planning. STOPS is the Simplified Trips-on-Project Software package that FTA released in September 2013 as an optional ridership-forecasting method for sponsors of New Starts and Small Starts projects. The course will feature STOPS version 2.0, scheduled for release in spring 2016, as the basis for examples, illustrations, and workshops. The course is 2.5 days long and covers (1) how STOPS works, (2) how to make STOPS work for individual projects, and (3) how to use STOPS forecasts to prepare a narrative of the mobility benefits of projects. The intended audience comprises travel forecasters with some STOPS experience who are looking to understand STOPS in detail and become proficient in various applications. The initial offerings of the course will be in Orlando, May 12-14, and in Los Angeles, June 7-9. In 2017 and beyond, FTA anticipates two or three offerings per year in metropolitan areas throughout the country. Presenters will be Bill Woodford from RSG, and Jeff Roux and Jim Ryan from FTA. 
For more information contact Jeffrey.roux@dot.gov
Event  Los Angeles, CA 
Jun 1 - 2, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Utility Coordination for Highway Projects  - Every State highway agency participates in construction projects that include accommodation and relocation of utilities along public rights-of-way. 134006 Utility Coordination for Highway Projects considers how communication, cooperation, and coordination between transportation agencies and utility companies can mitigate or avoid common challenges. Participants in this blended course (combination of Web-based and instructor-led formats) learn how, when, and where in the project development process to identify and conduct effective utility coordination. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Columbus, OH 
May 26, 2016  Transportation Research Board  TRB Webinar: Data to Support Transportation Agency Business Needs: A Self-Assessment Guide  - TRB will conduct a webinar on Thursday, May 26, 2016 from 2:00PM to 3:30PM ET that will feature research conducted by National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP). This research aims to provide guidance and tools for transportation agencies to implement a data self-assessment process. This webinar will examine how the tools may help agencies evaluate and improve their data quality and management practices to ensure that their data effectively supports decision making. 
For more information contact RGillum@nas.edu
Webinar   
May 25 - 26, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Bicycle Facility Training  - This training will assist planners and designers in learning how to apply the existing standards and how to deal with other technical issues involved. The availability of Federal, State, and local transportation funding for bicycle facilities that serve transportation and recreational users is resulting in a dramatic increase in the number of bicycling (and shared use) facilities being planned and built. Although there are no Federal design standards for bicycle facilities, the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, or a modification thereof, serves as a design guide. As with most guides, the AASHTO guide cannot address every possible scenario so designers often need to apply engineering judgment where specific information is not provided. The training fee includes a copy of the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Bowling Green, OH 
May 24, 2016  FHWA  FHWA Webinar: Integration of Tribal Roadway Safety Needs into the Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) Process  - The FHWA Office of Safety, Roadway Safety Noteworthy Practices Program invites you to attend this free webinar, where presenters from North Dakota, South Dakota, and Washington State will discuss their approaches for building relationships and collaborating with tribal governments on roadway safety issues. These government-to-government relationships have contributed to more effective SHSPs. 
For more information contact melonie.barrington@dot.gov
Webinar   
May 18, 2016  Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center  PBIC Webinar: Walk Friendly Communities—Inspiring and Celebrating your City's Vision for Walkable Streets  - Join Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC) staff to learn about how cities and towns can use the Mayors' Challenge and Walk Friendly Communities program to assess their walkability and pedestrian safety activities. The Walk Friendly Communities program is designed to recognize cities and towns that are working to improve conditions in a variety of program areas. Based on a comprehensive assessment tool, the program has recognized more than 50 Walk Friendly Communities since 2011. This webinar will provide communities with information about how they can use planning and policy strategies, infrastructure improvements, educational and encouragement campaigns, enforcement strategies, and evaluation to build comprehensive programs to improve conditions for walking. These topics specifically address the seven program areas of the Mayors' Challenge. Attendees will also hear firsthand from designated Walk Friendly Communities who will share case studies and example programs that can serve as models for others. Finally, attendees will come away with a clear understanding of the steps to apply for Walk Friendly recognition. 
For more information contact pbic@pedbikeinfo.org
Webinar   
May 17 - 18, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Writing Effective Program Review Reports: Moving People to Action  - The ability to provide clear communication is vital to the business of FHWA and good writing skills are a key element in the communication process. FHWA uses program reviews as tools to fulfill its stewardship and oversight responsibilities, manage program risk, and identify process improvements for the Federal-aid program. Each year, FHWA conducts approximately 200 program reviews. The product of these reviews is usually a review that details the observations and recommendations of the review team in an effort to improve a process or product. The review's effectiveness is largely determined by how well the review is communicated to the target audience. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Dover, DE 
May 17 - 18, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Designing for Pedestrian Safety  - The Designing for Pedestrian Safety course is intended to help state and local transportation engineering professionals address pedestrian safety issues through design and engineering solutions. The training course includes a field exercise in the application of the principles, concepts, and strategies covered in the course. Also the participants will share and prioritize potential policies, programs, and strategies. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Bowling Green, OH 
May 17 - 19, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Access Management, Location and Design  - This course covers the complex technical issues that underlie effective access management practices on streets and highways and provides the technical rationale for proper signal spacing, driveway spacing and design, the application and design of auxiliary lanes. "Before" and "after" case studies illustrate the impacts of projects to improve traffic safety and operations. In addition, the course addresses the issues involved in developing and administering an effective access management program. The course references the state-of-the-practice as presented in the Transportation Research Board's Access Management Manual, the latest edition of AASHTO's A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets (Green Book), and pertinent NCHRP reports. In summary, this training provides a lasting reference and specific applications of techniques and practices that will enable transportation engineering and planning personnel to implement successful access management strategies and programs. All participants will receive the class notebook and a copy of the TRB Access Management Manual. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Lebanon, OH 
May 16, 2016  Transportation Research Board  TRB Webinar: Using Pavement Management System Data to Meet Agency Needs  - TRB will conduct a webinar on Monday, May 16, 2016, from 1:00 to 2:30PM ET that will provide pavement management system (PMS) users with examples of how agencies are using their PMS data. The goal of this webinar is to encourage agencies to use their systems to address current and upcoming needs. These needs include measuring performance of a particular pavement type or system, using PMS data for performance management, and developing new and useful measures. Each of the applications will include a discussion of issues encountered by the presenter and how those issues were resolved. 
For more information contact RGillum@nas.edu
Webinar   
May 12, 2016  Transportation Research Board  TRB Webinar: Economic and Financial Dimensions to a Climate Resilient Transportation Infrastructure  - TRB will conduct a webinar on Thursday, May 12, 2016 from 2:00PM to 3:30PM ET that examines the financial impacts to transportation arising from extreme weather events and the subsequent recovery. These events can present long-term risks and disruptions to communities, governments, and future projects. This webinar will examine the operationalization of resilience, considering social and economic perspectives, as well as private sector, regional, and national dimensions. This webinar was organized by the TRB Standing Committees on Transportation Economics, Special Task Force on Climate Change and Energy, Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection, and Transportation and Economic Development. 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 1.5 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) will be provided to attendees who register and attend the webinar as an individual.  
For more information contact RGillum@nas.edu
Webinar   
May 12 - 14, 2016  FTA  Federal Transit Administration course on ridership forecasting with STOPS for transit project planning  - The Federal Transit Administration has developed a short course on ridership forecasting with STOPS for transit project planning. STOPS is the Simplified Trips-on-Project Software package that FTA released in September 2013 as an optional ridership-forecasting method for sponsors of New Starts and Small Starts projects. The course will feature STOPS version 2.0, scheduled for release in spring 2016, as the basis for examples, illustrations, and workshops. The course is 2.5 days long and covers (1) how STOPS works, (2) how to make STOPS work for individual projects, and (3) how to use STOPS forecasts to prepare a narrative of the mobility benefits of projects. The intended audience comprises travel forecasters with some STOPS experience who are looking to understand STOPS in detail and become proficient in various applications. The initial offerings of the course will be in Orlando, May 12-14, and in Los Angeles, June 7-9. In 2017 and beyond, FTA anticipates two or three offerings per year in metropolitan areas throughout the country. Presenters will be Bill Woodford from RSG, and Jeff Roux and Jim Ryan from FTA. 
For more information contact Jeffrey.roux@dot.gov
Event  Orlando, FL 
May 10 - 11, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Bicycle Facility Design  - This training will assist planners and designers in learning how to apply the existing standards and how to deal with other technical issues involved. The availability of Federal, State, and local transportation funding for bicycle facilities that serve transportation and recreational users is resulting in a dramatic increase in the number of bicycling (and shared use) facilities being planned and built. Although there are no Federal design standards for bicycle facilities, the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, or a modification thereof, serves as a design guide. As with most guides, the AASHTO guide cannot address every possible scenario so designers often need to apply engineering judgment where specific information is not provided. The training fee includes a copy of the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Topeka, KS 
May 10 - 11, 2016  National Highway Institute  NHI Training: Bicycle Facility Design  - This training will assist planners and designers in learning how to apply the existing standards and how to deal with other technical issues involved. The availability of Federal, State, and local transportation funding for bicycle facilities that serve transportation and recreational users is resulting in a dramatic increase in the number of bicycling (and shared use) facilities being planned and built. Although there are no Federal design standards for bicycle facilities, the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, or a modification thereof, serves as a design guide. As with most guides, the AASHTO guide cannot address every possible scenario so designers often need to apply engineering judgment where specific information is not provided. The training fee includes a copy of the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Topeka, KS 
May 5, 2016  National Highway Institue  NHI Training: Managing for Planned Special Events  - The Rose Bowl, the Macy's Day Parade, and the Nation's numerous marathons, golf tournaments, and county fairs are just some of the planned special events that are held throughout the country every year. Managing travel to these and other events will allow event patrons to enjoy themselves from the moment they leave home. In addition, a well-designed transportation plan for these events accommodates the needs of the nearby residents and businesses. This course provides practitioners with a working knowledge of the techniques and strategies they may wish to use for the successful planning and operation of a specific planned special event. Practitioners will gain an understanding of the collective tasks facing multidisciplinary and inter-jurisdictional stakeholder groups charged with developing and implementing solutions to acute and system-wide problems affecting travel during a special event. Instructors will identify all potential tasks and stakeholder activities conducted within individual phases of managing planned special events. The course will refer to FHWA's Managing Travel for Planned Special Events Handbook and guide participants on how to apply key concepts in the handbook. 
For more information contact nhicustomerservice@dot.gov
Event  Lynchburg, VA 
May 3, 2016  Transportation Research Board  TRB Webinar: Roundabout Construction Plans and Specifications – Development and Application of Practices  - TRB will conduct a webinar on Tuesday, May 3, 2016, from 1:00 to 2:30PM ET that provides information on the history and evolution of roundabout construction over the past 15 years in order to demonstrate the path to the current state‐of‐the‐art methods. This webinar will discuss some of the specifications, construction techniques, methods, and materials used to improve roundabout designs as well as discuss pitfalls those agencies experienced.  
For more information contact RGillum@nas.edu
Webinar   
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