Mark Johnson will be presenting at the TRB webinar “Modern Roundabouts: Downtown and Suburban Revitalization.”
The webinar will be on Monday, September 18, 2017, from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM ET and will provide examples of ways the modern roundabout may be able to revitalize a downtown area, enhance a community’s sense of place, and provide a safer and more efficient traffic flow in urban and suburban areas. Presenters will describe how roundabouts have jumpstarted downtown revitalization, illustrate how roundabouts have enhanced communities, and demonstrate how roundabouts have improved traffic flow.
Two PDH credits are available. For more information or to register see TRB’s webinar page.
Mark Johnson is presenting a training for the Ohio DOT LTAP: 2017 Ohio Roundabouts Conference in Hilliard, OH on Friday, Sept. 15th. His training will cover the trending topic “Designing Roundabouts for Multi-Modal Safety.” A tour of Hilliard, OH roundabouts will be included in the one-day conference.
Mark Johnson, PE, will be presenting and moderating at the 2017 Transportation Research Board’s International Roundabout Conference in Green Bay, WI, on May 8-10. Save the date and attend these sessions to learn about these trending topics.
May 8, 3:15-4:45 – Presentation of “Design Principles for Safety & Operations of Multi-lane Roundabouts” Session 4B; Design, Ballroom A2.
May 8, 9:00 (opens) Poster Session 1 –
- Capacity Modeling and TOPR34 HCM 2016 Update
- Solving Complex Traffic Issues with Unique Roundabout Applications
May 9, 9:45 (opens) Poster Session 2 –
- Pedestrian/Vulnerable User Safety and Design Implementation
- Traffic Planning Implications of the Operational Characteristics of Roundabouts
May 9 – 10:15-11:45 Mark Johnson will moderate “Human Factors,” Breakout Session 6C; Ballroom A3.
For more information, see the conference program.
BOOST YOUR KNOWLEDGE WITH THIS PRE-TRB ROUNDABOUT CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
Join us for a roundabout training workshop and tour preceding the TRB Roundabout Conference in Green Bay.
Design workshops will be held Saturday, May 6, 1-6pm and lecture and tour will be held Sunday, May 7, 8am-6pm.
- Learn how roundabouts can change the traffic planning paradigm
- Reveal issues behind poorly performing roundabouts
- See communities that solved complex transportation issues with roundabouts
See the flyer for more information, or email email@example.com to register.
Mark Johnson, P.E., will be presenting in the TRB Webinar: “The Marriage of Roundabouts and Access Management” on Sept. 26, 2016, 2:00-3:30 PM ET.
Case Studies: Roundabouts and Business Access
MTJ will present case studies of high flow multi-lane roundabouts that illustrate how the application of traffic engineering and roundabout design principles can harness the unique operational characteristics of roundabouts to facilitate improved traffic flow, safety, and excellent business access.
- Overview of access management techniques and roundabout characteristics
- Discussion of case studies
- Installation of raised medians and roundabouts through densely developed corridor
- How roundabouts can eliminate access management problems
- Achievement of access management goals with roundabouts
- Question and answer session
Register for the webinar here.
Mark Johnson, P.E. will be presenting a customized training June 2-3 for the CA Dept. of Transportation (Caltrans). The two-day training will cover the skills necessary to conduct roundabout operational analysis using Rodel Roundabout Analysis Software.
Reviews are in for the recent two-day training course, “Roundabout Planning, Design and Implementation,” taught by Mark Johnson for EPIC (Educational Program Innovations Center) held in Mississauga, ON on May 2-3. Students rated the course satisfaction level a 4.69 out of 5. When asked what they liked about the class, responses included:
“Instructor was able to explain/transfer knowledge very clearly.”
“Hands on activities and having access to have questions answered by an industry leader.”
Mark Johnson, P.E. will be presenting a two day training for the Educational Program Innovations Center (EPIC).
The two-day training course, “Roundabout Planning, Design and Implementation,” will be held in Mississauga, ON on May 2-3.
After attending this seminar, you will be able to determine and understand the benefits of roundabouts in our overall roadway planning process, and how to avoid mistakes of the poorly planned, designed and or constructed roundabouts.
See more information on the Epic training.
Mark Johnson, P.E. will be the instructor for a Roundabout Analysis Workshop on October 25th, 1-5 pm, preceding the ITE Fall Conference. Participants will learn how to use Rodel’s robust and easy-to-use analysis features to inform the design of new roundabouts and assess the effects of modifying existing designs.
Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015, 1:00 – 5:00 PM
Westin LaPaloma Resort, Tucson, AZ
For more information, click here.
Mark Johnson, P.E. will present a one-day roundabout analysis workshop on July 28 in Aspen, CO. The workshop will provide attendees with the skills necessary to conduct operational analysis using Rodel software. It is appropriate for traffic engineers, planners, and transportation professionals involved with roadway planning and roundabout implementation. PDH credits are available.
The workshop will be held at the Mountain Chalet Aspen.
For more information, and registration, click here.
Mark Johnson, P.E. will be presenting two trainings for the Educational Program Innovations Center (EPIC). The two-day training course, “Roundabout Planning, Design and Implementation,” will be held in Calgary, Alberta on April 13-14, and in Ottawa, Ontario on April 27-28. After attending this seminar, you will be able to determine and understand the benefits of roundabouts in our overall roadway planning process, and how to avoid mistakes of the poorly planned, designed and or constructed roundabouts.
See more information on the Calgary training and the Ottawa training.