One of ITE Canada’s newest training courses covers an emerging area in traffic operations.
With growing interest in sustainable transportation modes and emphasis on safety, Canadian streets are increasingly incorporating features such as fully-protected phases for turning movements, bicycle phases, transit phases, and/or leading pedestrian/bicycle intervals.
This training session led by Mobycon will cover principles and practices of traffic signal operations for good multimodal level of service, sharing standard practices from the Netherlands that can be implemented within Canada’s current regulations to improve multimodal level of service.
The virtual workshop will cover a range of topics including flexibility in signal coordination, detection zone design, efficient implementation of fully-protected turning phases or Leading Pedestrian/Bicycle Intervals, the design of signal operations to maximize the effectiveness of Transit Signal Priority, and more.
Click here for the full workshop description, learning outcomes, and trainer biographies.
One half-day virtual workshop
Tuesday, November 21, 2023
12 pm to 4 pm (Eastern Time) / 9 am to 1 pm (Pacific Time)
ITE Member: $190
Non-ITE Member: $230
ITE Canada’s training program is overseen by the Training Committee, a committed group of volunteer transportation professionals who coordinate the development and delivery of courses and workshops:
- Ian Roth (Chair)
- Adam St. Amant (Vice-Chair)
- Marcia Eng
- Karin Huang