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FREE Traffic Safety Evaluation Service www.techtransfer.berkeley.edu/tse

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    Does your city or county have a hot-spot or a nagging safety concern? If so, our free traffic safety evaluation service could help. Upon request, two safety
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 11, 2009
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      Does your city or county have a "hot-spot" or a nagging safety concern? If so, our free traffic safety evaluation service could help.

      Upon request, two safety experts will visit with your traffic engineering and police departments. They will spend two days reviewing high-crash locations, traffic operations, safety programs, traffic records, and other areas you identify.

      Traffic Safety Evaluations are FREE for California cities and counties. Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

      Resident Engineer's Academy
      www.techtransfer.berkeley.edu/reacademy

      March 17-20 :: Costa Mesa
      April 21-24 :: South Bay / Newark
      May 12-15 :: Fresno

      The Resident Engineer's Academy provides core training for public agency resident engineers. This 3-1/2 day program includes presentations by Caltrans program managers and subject matter experts, group discussion sessions, and ample time for questions and answers.

      The Technology Transfer Program in conjunction with the Caltrans Division of Local Assistance provides the Resident Engineer's Academy to enable you to sharpen your work skills and become an effective and successful Resident Engineer.

      Traffic Signal Engineering Academy
      www.techtransfer.berkeley.edu/trafficsignals

      The Academy is a complete curriculum that prepares transportation professionals for work on all aspects of traffic signal operations.

      Academy courses are offered by the Technology Transfer Program, and are taught by expert practitioners and UC Berkeley faculty. Upon successful completion of the Academy's requirements, you will receive an Academy Graduation Certificate from the UC Berkeley Institute of Transportation Studies verifying your comprehensive training in traffic signal engineering.

      In 2009 and 2010, we will offer all eight required Academy classes in a block twice: In Northern California in the Fall and in Southern California in the Spring. Registration and location details will be available by early summer. In the meantime, please save the date.

      UC Berkeley Richmond Field Station

      * Traffic Flow Principles for Practitioners (TE-27) October 1, 2009
      * Signal Timing & Operations (TE-04) October 5-6, 2009
      * SYNCHRO and SimTraffic (TE-13) October 7-8, 2009
      * Traffic Signal Design (TE-02) October 13-15, 2009
      * Type 170 Traffic Signal Controller (TE-08) October 19-20, 2009
      * Type 2070 Traffic Signal Controller (TE-09) October 21-22, 2009
      * Advanced Traffic Signal Operations (TE-10) October 26-27, 2009
      * Construction Inspection of Traffic Signals (PD-02) October 28-29, 2009
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