Most traffic engineers will readily admit our standard process for preparing Traffic Impact Studies includes many assumptions and estimates. When traffic studies are scrutinized by the public (residents, businesses, public officials, agencies, etc.), engineers need to be prepared to provide reasonable comments about the outcome of the study.
Join us to discuss our approach to traffic study reviews and six areas of traffic studies that frequently are challenged and how to tighten up your processes and assumptions. In this webinar we will explore assumptions around the following areas.
• Traffic Counts • Trip Generation • Modal Split • Pass-By/Multi-Use/Internal Trips • Trip Distribution • General Background Growth
Bryant Ficek, PE, PTOE
Vice President of Spack Consulting, expert traffic engineer and published author of numerous traffic engineering industry guides.
Mike Spack, PE, PTOE Mike is the president of Spack Consulting. Since 1996, Mike has led over 1,000 traffic engineering projects in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Since 2007, Mike has also been the creative force and principal writer of the industry leading blog MikeOnTraffic.