Traffic Corner Tuesday Registration Page

Traffic Corner Tuesday

School Site Assessment

Date: August 27, 2019

Time: 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm Central Time (1:30 – 2:00 pm Eastern)

School is almost back in session for the majority of  kids across the United States. This is the perfect time of year to review traffic flow around and on schools campuses to see if safety or efficiency improvements could be made.  Tune in for this month’s Traffic Tuesday to hear about interesting case studies and the general process we use for reviewing traffic and pedestrian flow for school campuses.

Meet Your Hosts of Traffic Corner Tuesday


Mike Spack. PE, PTOE

Mike’s a renowned traffic engineer who has been in the business since 1994 with the mission to help traffic engineers, transportation planners, and other transportation professionals improve our world. He’s founded (and is currently the president of) four industry related companies: Spack Consulting, Traffic Data Inc, CountingCars.com, Spack Academy. Mike uses his decades of experience and the MikeonTraffic platform to create insightful, relevant content you can put to work in your professional life.

Bryant Ficek, PE, PTOE

Bryant Ficek is the VP of Spack Consulting  where he uses his requisite knowledge, skill, and ability in the specialized application of traffic engineering to work as an impartial expert to determine the most appropriate traffic options. Since beginning his career in 1998, Bryant has worked with private and public clients, assisting projects from initial concept through implementation and construction. He is co-author of the Traffic Study Manual, and routinely looks for—and participates in—research and teaching opportunities to help advance the field.

Upcoming Traffic Corner Tuesday Webinars

Date

Webinar Title

Registration Link

August 27, 2019

School Site Assessment

School is almost back in session for the majority of  kids across the United States. This is the perfect time of year to review traffic flow around and on schools campuses to see if safety or efficiency improvements could be made.  Tune in for this month’s Traffic Tuesday to hear about interesting case studies and the general process we use for reviewing traffic and pedestrian flow for school campuses.

September 24, 2019

Sight Distance – The Biggest Return on Investment Analysis Often Overlooked

It amazes us how often we encounter substandard sight distance. Issues like poor sight distance often leads to safety problems that need to be identified, and then usually solved with an inefficient band-aid solution...like more stop signs. This month’s Traffic Tuesday is going to address these overlooks, and show you how you can implement sight distance checks into your processes, do the calculations, and convince others of their importance.

October 22, 2019

Ask The Experts

Based on the interesting discussions we have with Traffic Corner Tuesday attendees, this webinar opens things up and allows you to set the agenda. Email Mike at mspack@spackenterprise.com with your questions and what’s generally on your mind about the traffic engineering industry. Then our Experts, Mike and Bryant, will go through the emails live and try to get through everyone’s questions.

November 26, 2019

TBD

Topic Not Chosen Yet

December 17, 2019

TBD

Topic Not Chosen Yet

Previous Traffic Corner Tuesday Recordings

How to Save Time & Money With Video Counting

July 23, 2019

State of the Industry/Ask The Experts

June 25, 2019

Transportation Impact Study Policies

May 28th, 2019

Drive-Thru Queue Study Research

April 23rd, 2019

How to Set up an Effective Counting Program

March 26th, 2019

State of the Industry/Ask The Experts

February 26th, 2019

Ten Ways To Maximize Your Interns Time

January 22nd, 2019

Site Plan Review Case Studies

December 18th, 2018

Neighborhood Traffic Calming Experiment with Before/After Data

November 20th, 2018

Traffic Engineering Advantages of 48 Hour Turning Movement Counts

October 23rd, 2018

Speeds on Residential Streets - 25 vs 30 mph Speed Limits

September 18th, 2018

School Circulation Plan Case Study 2018

August 28th, 2018

Common Traffic Counting Mistakes (and How You Can Avoid Them)

July 17, 2018

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