Signing, Pavement Markings and MUTCD - Pueblo
Event Date: 2/4/2020
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
City of Pueblo Streets Division
310 East "D" St.
- Overview of the MUTCD
- Detailed discussion of chapters:
- General Information
- Pavement Markings
- Traffic control devices for low volume roads.
- The class will stress understanding of the MUTCD and its principles.
- Discussion of specific work experiences regarding signing and the MUTCD will be encouraged.
This class will take a detailed look at Parts 1, 2, 3, and 5 of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. This will be a great opportunity for participants to get a good understanding of the requirements of these sections. Todd has a lot of experience with the MUTCD and will be an excellent resource for attendees. The course will cover: an overview of the current MUTCD, and a detailed discussion on the chapters 'General Information', 'Signing', 'Pavement Markings', and 'Traffic Control Devices for Low Volume Roads'. This class will stress the understanding of the MUTCD and its principles. A discussion of specific work experiences regarding signing and the MUTCD will be encouraged.
This course is a core class in the Roads Scholar I course track.
The registration fee for this workshop is $50 per person for employees of government agencies and $75 per person for non-government agencies. Fee includes class handout and lunch. Invoices will be sent upon receipt of registration form. Invoices can be paid by cash, check, money order, or credit card.
Please be considerate of those on the waiting list, cancel early if necessary. A full refund will be made if you cancel no later than 3 business days prior to the training day; otherwise, you will forfeit the registration fee.
In order to receive credit for this class, attendees must stay until the end when it is dismissed by the instructor and class certificates are awarded.
Todd Morrison, P.E., is a Technology Transfer Engineer with the Kentucky LTAP, at the University of Kentucky. He retired from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (DOT) after serving in the Divisions of Construction, Maintenance and Traffic. At the Cabinet, he worked with environmental, work zone, construction and maintenance concerns as an Environmental Coordinator, Maintenance/Traffic Engineer, Resident/Construction Engineer, Area Engineer, and as a Branch Manager for Operations. Recently, Todd served for two years as Kentucky’s Safety Circuit Rider helping local agencies identify low cost improvements to reduce crashes.