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Traffic Data Collection and Analysis Training

BMC Training provides a training course in Traffic Data Collection and Analysis in Construction and Civil Engineering Training

Course Title
Venue
Start Date
End Date
  • Kuala Lumpur
    28 - 10 - 2018
    1 - 11 - 2018
  • Istanbul
    21 - 10 - 2018
    25 - 10 - 2018
  • Bali
    28 - 10 - 2018
    1 - 11 - 2018
  • London
    4 - 11 - 2018
    8 - 11 - 2018
  • Dubai
    11 - 11 - 2018
    15 - 11 - 2018
  • Paris
    4 - 11 - 2018
    8 - 11 - 2018
  • Kuala Lumpur
    16 - 12 - 2018
    20 - 12 - 2018
  • Istanbul
    9 - 12 - 2018
    13 - 12 - 2018
  • Bali
    16 - 12 - 2018
    20 - 12 - 2018
  • London
    13 - 1 - 2019
    17 - 1 - 2019
  • Dubai
    20 - 1 - 2019
    24 - 1 - 2019
  • Paris
    13 - 1 - 2019
    17 - 1 - 2019
  • Kuala Lumpur
    24 - 2 - 2019
    28 - 2 - 2019
  • Istanbul
    17 - 2 - 2019
    21 - 2 - 2019
  • Bali
    24 - 2 - 2019
    28 - 2 - 2019
  • London
    3 - 3 - 2019
    7 - 3 - 2019
  • Dubai
    10 - 3 - 2019
    14 - 3 - 2019
  • Paris
    3 - 3 - 2019
    7 - 3 - 2019
  • Kuala Lumpur
    21 - 4 - 2019
    25 - 4 - 2019
  • Istanbul
    14 - 4 - 2019
    18 - 4 - 2019
  • Bali
    21 - 4 - 2019
    25 - 4 - 2019
  • London
    19 - 5 - 2019
    23 - 5 - 2019
  • Dubai
    5 - 5 - 2019
    9 - 5 - 2019
  • Paris
    19 - 5 - 2019
    23 - 5 - 2019
  • Kuala Lumpur
    9 - 6 - 2019
    13 - 6 - 2019
  • Istanbul
    16 - 6 - 2019
    20 - 6 - 2019
  • Bali
    9 - 6 - 2019
    13 - 6 - 2019
  • London
    21 - 7 - 2019
    25 - 7 - 2019
  • Dubai
    14 - 7 - 2019
    18 - 7 - 2019
  • Paris
    21 - 7 - 2019
    25 - 7 - 2019
  • Kuala Lumpur
    11 - 8 - 2019
    15 - 8 - 2019
  • Istanbul
    25 - 8 - 2019
    29 - 8 - 2019
  • Bali
    11 - 8 - 2019
    15 - 8 - 2019
  • London
    8 - 9 - 2019
    12 - 9 - 2019
  • Dubai
    15 - 9 - 2019
    19 - 9 - 2019
  • Paris
    8 - 9 - 2019
    12 - 9 - 2019

Course Description

This course is designed to help bring together traffic data collection and pavement engineering personnel in the development of traffic data collection plans, traffic data management, and data analysis.

Pavement Engineering Perspective

Traffic data are usually a major data element that is a supplied externally to pavement engineers. As such, traffic data are often considered by pavement professionals as information to be collected and supplied to others and over reliability of traffic data, pavement professionals need to know how the data are collected and managed.

Traffic Data Collection Perspective

The nature of traffic data collection and usage is changing in response to changing traffic monitoring technology, data collection and management practices, and user requirements. One of the major changes is coming from the new traffic data requirements for pavement design. The new mechanistic-empirical     (M-E) pavement design guide uses axle load spectra as the direct input to its pavement performance models. This will affect the future practices of pavement engineers because their design will rely more strongly on the availability and quality of the axle loading data. These new data requirements may result    in the review and modifications of the existing traffic data collection plans, as well as analysis methodologies implemented by the agencies.

Integrated Approach to Traffic Data Use

Many highway agencies have developed or are developing agency-wide traffic monitoring programs. These programs integrate various traffic monitoring functions using effective statistical and procedural methods. Pavement managers need to be aware of the capabilities of the area-wide traffic monitoring systems and need to be able to communicate effectively as to what type of traffic data are required for pavement engineering purposes

Course Objective

The purpose of this course is to introduce the new developments in traffic data collection and management and to review the main aspects of collecting, managing, and utilizing traffic data for pavement engineering applications. Emphasis will be placed on the new developments in traffic data collection, as presented in the FHWA Traffic Monitoring Guide (TMG), and the new traffic data needs introduced by the M-E PDG procedure. The seminar will provide an overview of these guidelines and address how to accommodate new traffic data requirements under the budgetary constraints. At the end of the seminar, you will have a clear understanding of the new traffic data requirements and how they affect traffic data collection, analysis, and use. You will receive a notebook with a complete set of all the slides presented in the class, plus additional seminar references for more detailed reading.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to traffic engineering
  • Data collection techniques and equipments
  • Classified traffic count
  • Intersection survey
  • Speed and delay measurements
  • Parking survey
  • Pedestrian survey
  • Analysis of traffic data
  • Assessment of traffic performance
  • Forecasting traffic volumes

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