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Traffic Project - From Idea to Construction



Cities are expanding across the developed world, and this is followed by an increase in traffic. Humans are movers by nature, therefore how quickly we can travel or how much time we waste in traffic might affect how much we enjoy our daily lives. Because the level of mobility is also essential to many other issues we care about, it is crucial to employ technological expertise as well as an awareness of the economic, political, and social variables in traffic planning. Traffic needs to be improved if we want to better our lives. The first step in solving a traffic problem is to plan, manage, and create a traffic project.

This training course, "Traffic Project - From Idea to Construction!," is focused on planning, managing, and designing traffic in traffic projects for current or developing rural and urban areas. This is intended to outline the delegates' issues and potential fixes for some of the traffic issues, including time travel, network connectivity, route optimization on long-distance routes, and city congestion, among others.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course the participants will be able to: 

  • How to map out the country's road traffic route
  • Recognize the fundamentals of road planning and design.
  • design traffic signaling that is both horizontal and vertical
  • Create simulations of traffic
  • Learn about additional traffic management strategies used throughout the world that they can successfully use.

Targeted Audience:

  • Urban Planners
  • Architects involved in Urban Planning and Design
  • Project Managers
  • Traffic and Transport Engineers
  • Strategic Development Personnel in Government
  • Engineering Technologist and Project Managers 

Unit1: Long-distance Traffic Planning

  • Introduction
  • Why and how are the traffic plans made?
  • The main routes through the countries should be planned:
    • Urban Planning
    • Data Analysis, Forecast and Predictions
    • Feasibility Study
    • Political Decisions

Unit3: Organizing Traffic in Urban Areas

  • Planning the Routes Using the Traffic Matrix: Roads, Streets, and Paths
  • Planning the components of the roads according to traffic

    • Traffic Intersections
    • Street Widths
    • Vehicle Lane
    • Bicycle Paths
    • Parking Spaces
    • Pedestrian Paths
  • Planning the Traffic Elements:
    • Defining Type of Street Intersections
    • Traffic Volume
    • Traffic Speed

Unit3:Traffic Control and Management

  • Real traffic, simulations, and traffic flow theory
  • principles and methods for managing and regulating traffic
  • Congestion in the Network and Potential Fixes
  • Technologies and Methods for Traffic Regulation:
  • Technologies for Monitoring Traffic
  • Technologies for vehicle identification and navigation
  • The traffic control center

Unit4: Traffic Engineering and Design

  • Installation of traffic signs and markings
  • Differential Message Signs
  • Traffic Control During Construction Temporarily
  • Traffic Signal Operations Design
  • Controlling construction projects

Unit5: New Trends and Technologies

  • Information Systems:

    • Information to Controllers and Response Services

    • Information to Users

  • Intelligent Traffic Systems
  • Utilizing Mobility Data for Urban Development and Planning
  • Social Media and Traffic

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