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Traffic Signal Maintenance - Reducing Your Agency's Exposure to Liability - Online Workshop

May 14, 2020

(2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Eastern Time)

Register ONLINE here.

WHAT THIS IS ABOUT

Maintenance is one of the keys to safe and effective traffic signal operations. Municipalities should be fully aware of their liabilities and their duty to provide safe travel to roadway users. Studies show a significant reduction in response or emergency maintenance calls after implementation of preventive maintenance programs.

This webinar will focus on the fundamentals of traffic signal preventive and response maintenance and why these efforts help agencies improve operations, promote safety, and preserve their infrastructure. Guidelines on documentation and minimum requirements for preventive maintenance will be presented.

INSTRUCTOR

Airton G. Kohls, Ph.D.
Dr. Kohls is a Research Associate at the University of Tennessee's Center for Transportation Research. He holds a B.S., M.S. and a Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Tennessee. He has twelve years of practical experience in Traffic Engineering with both public and private agencies. Dr. Kohls is the principal instructor of the Traffic Signal Academy (http://trafficsignalacademy.utk.edu/)

PDHs AVAILABLE

1 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) can be granted for this course (on request).

AGENDA

  • Traffic Signal Maintenance Introduction
  • Guidelines to Reduce Exposure to Lawsuits
  • Staffing Guidelines
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Response Maintenance
  • Documenting Your Actions
  • Operational Maintenance
  • Q & A (15 minutes)

REGISTRATION

This is a FREE TTAP webinar. All attendees must pre-register in order to receive the webinar invitation.

Register ONLINE here.