MUTCD Webinar 2008

Due to the popularity of the first meeting, KYSITE is offering a second chance to view this informative web seminar in Louisville and Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky

Date: Monday, June 2, 2008

Agenda:  1:45 PM – Arrive
2:00 PM – “Updates to the MUTCD” Web Seminar
3:30 PM – Wrap-up

Location 1: 8310 Westport Road, Louisville KY

Location 2: Northern Kentucky / Cincinnati — TBA

Topic: Updates to the 2009 MUTCD

RSVP: or Lindsay Walker (859-245-3869)

Description:  In March, LFUCG and KYSITE hosted this web seminar.  Due to its popularity, KYSITE is hosting again.  The topic is updates to the 2009 MUTCD.  The 2009 edition of the MUTCD will include significant changes that will affect all transportation professionals. The purpose of the web seminar is to provide an overview of the changes that have been proposed.

Sponsored by:  KYSITE would like to thank Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) for sponsoring these web seminars.

From ITE:

Background: The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), published by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), defines the standards used nationwide to install and maintain traffic control devices on all streets and highways. MUTCD sets minimum standards and provides guidance to ensure uniformity of traffic control devices across the nation. In order to keep current, MUTCD goes through a periodic update process. The Web briefing will provide an overview of the significant changes proposed for the 2009 edition of MUTCD.

Intended Audience: Users of MUTCD which include, but not limited to, state and local highway agencies, public officials, the insurance industry, law enforcement agencies, incident management personnel, maintenance personnel, academic institutions, private industry, planning, construction and engineering organizations, traffic engineers, transportation engineers and consultants.


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