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2023 Courses

TTAP Class Rail Class TATE Class Traffic Signal Class
Roadway Drainage Maintenance: The Key to Long Lasting RoadwaysSeptember 27 & 28Online WorkshopScott Tison
Traffic Signal AcademyOctober 5, 19, 26, November 2, 9,16NashvilleAirton Kohls, Phillip Reyes
Railroad Track Inspection & Safety StandardsNovember 6-10ChattanoogaDave Clarke
Traffic Signal Control Cabinets - Types, Features and Troubleshooting (Hybrid Workshop)November 7SeviervilleEric Itzel
Traffic Signal AcademyDecember 4-8, 11KnoxvilleAirton Kohls, Phillip Reyes

2024 Courses

TTAP Class Rail Class TATE Class Traffic Signal Class
Inspecting Curb RampsJanuary 23WebinarRonald W. Eck
Traffic Impact AnalysisJanuary 30, 31, February 1Online WorkshopChris Berry
MUTCD Part 4 - Highway Traffic Signals - Lessons Learned from Frequently Asked QuestionsFebruary 21WebinarDuane H. Thomas

Answers to the trivia questions in the September RoadTalk Express email newsletter.

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This beautiful photo is an aerial view of I-24 in Marion County as it crosses part of Nickajack Lake. The island in the center of the picture holds Eastbound and Westbound Rest Areas. The Westbound Rest Area is a Tennessee Welcome Center.
About half of Tennessee's counties have at least some interstate ROW with in their borders. This is 47 out of Tennessee's 95 counties.
Among these four busy counties with no interstate ROW, Hawkins County has the greatest Vehicle Miles Travelled (VMT) with 1,167,720 miles travelled.
Gibson comes in second with 1,105,706
Obion is next with 955,560.
And finally Warren with 905,030.
Although some of these counties are smaller. Some even have a lower population. Hancock County has the lowest VMT with 94,620. Curiously Hancock County borders Hawkins County.
Lake comes in next with 98,503.
Followed by Moore with 177,983.
And Trousdale with 223,022

This data comes from TDOT's Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS). Data from the 2020 report.