In collaboration with the Transportation Research Board and the SimCap Standing Committee, ITE has developed an 8-webinar course - Implementing the New 6th Edition of the Highway Capacity Manual (HCM 6).
This fundamental webinar course will present the new analysis procedures incorporated into HCM 6 and why these tools are vital to helping analyze today's transportation problems. This course will also discuss the implementation of the HCM 6 in various settings, such as reliability, multimodal facilities, freeways, alternative intersections, interchanges, active traffic and demand Management, and interrupted flow facilities. For more information: http://bit.ly/2eRE2fy.
Webinar Course Schedule
November 9, 2016: What's New in HCM 6 and What It Means for You
November 17, 2016: Bringing Back-of-the-Envelope Back - Introducing the new HCM Planning and Preliminary Engineering Application Guide (PPEAG)
December 8, 2016: Evaluating Freeway Congestion, Queuing, Work Zones, and ATDM using the HCM 6
January 24, 2017: Estimating FAST Act Reliability Measures with the HCM 6
February 7, 2017: Multimodal Performance - How the HCM 6 can support Complete Streets analyses
February 21, 2017: Intersection Control Evaluation (ICE) Part 1 - Using the HCM 6 for intersection performance evaluation
March 7, 2017: Intersection Control Evaluation (ICE) Part 2 - Evaluating and pre-screening alternative intersection and interchange concepts using HCM 6
March 21, 2017: Corridor Planning powered by HCM 6
These webinar courses may be purchased together as a bundle or separately. The deadline to purchase the bundle is November 9. For individual webinars, the fee per webinar is $99 for ITE members and $149 for non-members. The purchase price to purchase the bundle of webinars is $499 for ITE members and $799 for non-members.
You save more than 30% by purchasing the bundle.
The webinars are available free of charge to State DOT employees. Click here for more information.
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