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TITLE: TRIP GENERATION:  FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS-- Registration Closed
DATE: Tuesday, March 2, 2010
TIME:  12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. Eastern 
SITE FEE: $250 ITE Member/ $325 Non-member/ $125 Full-time Student
QUIZ FEE: The course registration includes one complimentary quiz. The cost for each additional quiz is $10.
CREDIT:

1.5 PDH/.2 IACET CEU

Approved AICP Certification Maintenance (CM) credits for this activity.

BACKGROUND: This course is intended for transportation professionals with limited experience in trip generation concepts. Module 1 of this two-part training focuses on fundamental principles of trip generation and practical examples and illustrations. Focus areas include basic terminology, forecasting using the rates and equations provided in ITE's Trip Generation Report and conducting site surveys.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

At the conclusion of the course, participants should be able to:

1) Predict trip generation rates and traffic assignment for developments. 
2) Apply the requirements for establishing trip generation rates and equations by conducting existing site surveys, including site selection, selection of independent variables and survey periods. 
3) Recognize issues related to trip generation including truck trip generation, effects of transportation demand management programs and transit services
4) Recite terminology and its use in trip generation analysis.
5) Use ITE's Trip Generation report and know how data is assembled.
6) Forecast trip generation using rates and equations provided in ITE's Trip Generation report.

INSTRUCTOR:

Edward J. Kant , FITE, Workshop Coordinator, Naples, FL, USA

Edward is currently “retired”. He is also on the adjunct faculty at the University of Florida School of Civil and Coastal Engineering with the Transportation Technology Transfer Center and the Center for Continuing Education. Mr. Kant has over forty-four years of varied Civil and Transportation Engineering experience. Mr. Kant is teaching various in-service classes and serves as the south Florida Safety Circuit Rider under an FHWA grant. In addition, he provides transportation and traffic consulting services to a few select Clients. Immediately prior to his retirement, Mr. Kant was the Project Principal and Office Manager for the south Florida office of an international engineering consulting firm. Prior to that engagement, Mr. Kant was with the Collier County Transportation Operations Department for over 13 years and was appointed Director in 1997. He also served on the Lee County Department of Transportation and Engineering staff as Capital Projects Director and Director of Design and Support Services.

TITLE: TRIP GENERATION:  ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS--- REGISTSER NOW!
DATE: Thursday, March 4, 2010
TIME: 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. Eastern 
SITE FEE: $250 ITE Member/ $325 Non-member /$125 Full-time Student
QUIZ FEE: The course registration includes one complimentary quiz. The cost for each additional quiz  is $10.
CREDIT:

1.5 PDH/.2 IACET CEU

Approved AICP Certification Maintenance (CM) credits for this activity.

BACKGROUND: This course is intended for users who have a basic understanding of trip generation fundamentals. It is Module 2 of a two-part training course focusing on multi-use developments, site impact analysis, impact fees related to developments and statistical analyses of trip generation data.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

At the conclusion of the course, participants should be able to:

1) Discuss concept of multi-use developments.
2) Apply some concepts covered in a site impact analysis.
3) Demonstrate calculation of internal capture rates to account for internal trip-making characteristics.
4) Identify regression analysis techniques used to develop equations for use in predicting trip generation characteristics of specific land uses, using simple and multiple regression techniques.

INSTRUCTOR:

Edward J. Kant, FITE, Workshop Coordinator, Naples, FL, USA

Edward is currently “retired”. He is also on the adjunct faculty at the University of Florida School of Civil and Coastal Engineering with the Transportation Technology Transfer Center and the Center for Continuing Education. Mr. Kant has over forty-four years of varied Civil and Transportation Engineering experience. Mr. Kant is teaching various in-service classes and serves as the south Florida Safety Circuit Rider under an FHWA grant. In addition, he provides transportation and traffic consulting services to a few select Clients. Immediately prior to his retirement, Mr. Kant was the Project Principal and Office Manager for the south Florida office of an international engineering consulting firm. Prior to that engagement, Mr. Kant was with the Collier County Transportation Operations Department for over 13 years and was appointed Director in 1997. He also served on the Lee County Department of Transportation and Engineering staff as Capital Projects Director and Director of Design and Support Services.


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