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Planning, Design, and Operations of Road Segments and Interchanges in Urban Areas

  • Naperville Municipal Center, Room 247 400 South Eagle Street Naperville, IL, 60540 United States (map)

The Illinois Section of ITE is holding a webinar event for the benefit of ITE members and guests. The event will be shown at the Naperville Municipal Center and 1.5 PDHs will be available to attendees after the webinar.

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Attendees will be provided with the principles of planning, design, and operations of the road segments and interchanges in urban areas. This webinar is presented by the FHWA's senior safety engineers and will cover the current guidance, emerging trends, and case studies regarding roadway design in urban areas.

In urban settings, it can be particularly challenging to improve transportation facilities with the array of constraints that are commonly faced. Increasing travel demands, limited budgets, and physical constraints are typical to the urban context. Modern practices in the planning, design and operation of urban uninterrupted-flow facilities involve the implementation of policies, strategies and technologies with a focus on improving overall system performance for all users. Providing transportation improvements that are economical and adaptable to changing demands and user preferences is a core principle in the modern planning and design.

ITE Member: $15
Non-Member: $25
Sponsor: $0

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Registration deadline: Friday, August 23, 2019 at 5:00 pm
Please contact IL ITE Technical Director, Kelly Dunne, at with any questions.