This training course aims to provide participants with an understanding of the objectives, principles, and processes of geometric road design and develop skills required for the design of typical rural roads using relevant highway design software. This subject will also impart knowledge and skills for the participant to produce traffic impact studies and demonstrate the importance of traffic management measures that includes emerging traffic control systems.
The training course will cover road cross-section elements and drainage structures, the design of horizontal alignment, the design of vertical alignment and calculations of earthworks, road classification system, and traffic impact analysis and traffic management measures.
Identify the objectives and principles of road geometric design and how to address them through proper selection of design inputs
Summarise relationships between horizontal and vertical alignment geometry and driver safety and comfort
Apply current guidelines in the design of road geometric elements using relevant software
Demonstrate an understanding of the functional classification of roadway systems and produce traffic impact assessment reports
Demonstrate the importance of Traffic Management Measures including “Intelligent Transport Systems”.
Who Should Attend?
Directors & Managers of Transportation
Road Design Engineers and Expert
Road design fundamentals
Computer applications for road design
Design of road and traffic systems
Intelligent transport systems
Local traffic management
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