NCLTAP – Site Development and Highway Access: Practitioner Level
May 18 @ 8:30 am - May 19 @ 12:30 pm EDT
8 PDH Credits This advanced two half-day class class is meant to familiarize engineers, planners, developers, and local authorities with basic to complex highway access principles, traffic analyses, traffic mitigation recommendations, and the driveway permitting processes, including new details on how to develop/review TIAs based on new legislation, policy, standards, and guidelines. For best class attendee results, it is recommended the introductory level site development and highway access class should have been attended within the last two years.
Each participant will receive 8.0 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) which will be noted on his or her training certificate.
A western region project engineer with the NCDOT Congestion Management Section who has extensive experience reviewing traffic impact analyses.
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