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Bold, highlighted workshop titles denote that TATE Certification is available for participants who wish to take the written exam.
The Center for Transportation Research now offers a Traffic Signal Academy. The Academy focuses on academic research findings and established best practices in signal timing procedures and policies. This reliable information can help improve benefit-to-cost ratios by operating new or existing systems with greater efficiency. Participants may take individual classes or a series of five classes. Please see the website for full details about class content, fees, registration options, contact information, and more. Dates and locations for Traffic Signal Academy courses are listed below, highlighted and bold.
|Planning for Special Events (AICP Certified)||April||22||Nashville||David Metzger|
|Traffic Signal Academy||April||28, 29, 30 and May 1, 2||Knoxville||Airton Kohls|
|Work Zone Traffic Control/Flagging||April||29||Chattanooga||Frank Brewer|
|Traffic Calming||May||6||Chattanooga||Alan Childers|
|Railroad Track Inspection and Safety Standards||May||12-16||Cedar Falls, IA||Dave Clarke, Bart Jennings|
|Road Safety Audits||May||20||Knoxville||Matt Cate, P.E.|
|Local Government Guidelines Manual and Right-of-Way||May||20||Memphis||Frank Brewer|
|Timber & Steel Railroad Bridges||May||28-30||Knoxville||Richard M. Bennett, David B. Clarke|
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