ARE ROAD SAFETY ENGINEERING MEASURES COST-EFFECTIVE?
In 2015, traffic injuries remained one of the leading causes of death and injury across the 15-39 year old age group, disproportionately impacting breadwinners and low-income groups. As road and highway professionals, this global epidemic gives us a special responsibility to learn, advocate and act.
Engineering Fundamentals for Road Safety Audits
Get a clear understanding of methods to identify dangerous roadside hazards and understand how to choose the correct option to correct the situation.
Understand the issues facing pedestrian, bicyclist, motorcyclist, public transport and non-motorized vehicle safety
Gain an understanding of Work Zones & how they can be made safer for the motorist, worker, and pedestrians
Learn how to create a road safety audit team and how to conduct a road safety audit
Discuss how to collect data to assess the performance of roads, and how technology can be utilized to enhance operations and safety of roads
Who Should Attend This Course?We have tailored this course for the following industry professionals. To ensure this Executive Seminar fits your experience and goals, contact us.
Road & Transportation Agency Executives
Federal & State Public Officials and other Regional Transportation Authorities
As a strong believer in continuing education, the IRF provides members as well as road professionals worldwide with educational and professional development opportunities and resources. Our Global Training Curriculum provides technical expertise in classroom and practical settings where attendees can learn from and have direct access to seasoned professionals. Each course not only provides the most relevant, up-to-date information and best practices and solutions, but is also designed to assist attendees in learning to correctly apply the knowledge gained.