May 2017

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Traffic Incident Management Webinar

Wednesday, June 7,
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EDT
1.5 PDHs

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Target Audience

Local, state, federal, DOT government officials; ITS and TIM Program Managers, police, fire, consultants, vendors, academia, and any other individuals involved in the design, deployment, operation, evaluation of TIM Programs, and the collection of TIM Performance Measures.


Traffic Incident Management (TIM) consists of a planned and coordinated multi-disciplinary approach to detect, respond to, and clear traffic incidents so that traffic flow may be restored as safely and quickly as possible. Effective TIM strategies reduces the duration and impacts of traffic incidents and improves the safety of motorists, crash victims, and emergency responders. Currently, there are new and updated reports, events, and training sessions that contribute to the success of the practice.

The webinar covers Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) TIM updates, which include: information about the “Traffic Incident Awareness Week,” SHRP2 National TIM Responder training and its evaluation, Every Day Counts-4 “Using Data to Improve TIM,” and other resources.

The webinar examines the technology used for the investigation and reconstruction of traffic crashes and provides information about each technology’s capabilities and limitations to inform crash investigation units of available options.

The final presentations include two TIM experts sharing information about Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) Advanced TIM training and the agency’s Predictive Analytics project. TDOT’s training is a program developed in response to the SHRP2 L12 and L32 modules


Fundamentals of Database Management Systems Course

June 2 - July 20
1.0 CEU

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Learning Objectives

This course emphasizes the importance of database design, use, and management to ITS. The module begins with a general description of databases and database management systems, including the relationships that exist among a database, a DBMS, and an application. Relational database tables, Entity-Relationship Models, and the role of metadata are discussed in detail. Finally, the module describes SQL, and explores the role of databases in data warehousing and Geographic Information Systems.


Brian L. Smith, P.E., FASCE Chair, Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Virginia


Nuts and Bolts of Operations Performance Measurement Course

June 9 - July 18
1.0 CEU

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Learning Objectives

This course is intended for the senior analyst, as well as first and second-level management. In it, we emphasize the measurement side of performance measurement, looking specifically at the data, tools and analysis methodologies available to the practitioner.  It also will serve as a primer for those who have forgotten transportation engineering fundamentals.


Tim Lomax, Texas A&M Transportation Institute

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