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Managing a Corridor *New Course* (Blended)

Length: Approximately 6 hours

Description

Instructor: Lisa Burgess, Kimley-Horn and Associates

A corridor is a broad geographical band that follows a general directional flow connecting major sources of trips that may contain a number of streets, highways, and transit route alignments.  In this course you will learn about innovative corridor management strategies for recurring and non-recurring congestion. This course will also help you understand how different technologies can support corridor operations and how to implement different strategies for managed lanes.

This is an instructor-led (blended) version of this course – it is NOT free; to enroll, please click ‘register now‘ button below.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Learn about innovative corridor management strategies for recurring and non-recurring congestion
  • Understand how different technologies can support corridor operations
  • Learn about cost:benefit of different TSMO corridor strategies
  • Understand different strategies for implementing managed lanes
  • Learn about technical, institutional, and operational considerations for potential corridor management strategies

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Contributor(s)

Washington State DOT

Lisa Burgess, Kimley-Horn and Associates

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