Fundamentals of Roadway Design

Location: Distance Learning Course

2022 - 2023 On-line Individual$ 180.00
2022 - 2023 DVD Individual$ 200.00

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This course provides an overview of the basics of roadway geometric design.  This course can serve as a refresher for the practicing transportation engineer and as a foundation for other courses.  The material is divided into four basic topics: basic design concepts and factors to consider in design, horizontal alignment, superelevation, and vertical alignment.  Concepts of highway classification, selection of key design parameters, establishment of the roadway alignment, and development of superelevation are addressed.  Several example problems are presented and solved.  This course should be of interest to city and county engineers, consulting transportation engineers, land use and transportation planners, and other professionals whose role includes planning, designing, and operating the surface transportation infrastructure.

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Fee: $180.00

Fee Breakdown

Course Fee (Basic)2022 - 2023 On-line Individual$ 180.00
Course Fee (Alternate)2022 - 2023 DVD Individual$ 200.00

Distance Learning Course

Distance Learning Course

Rod Turochy

Rod E. Turochy is an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at Auburn University, where he has been employed since 2001. He earned bachelors and master's degrees at Virginia Tech and a Ph.D. at the University of Virginia, all in civil engineering. He teaches courses in transportation engineering, traffic engineering, intelligent transportation systems, and roadway design. His current research activities are in the areas of traffic engineering, highway safety, and pedestrian and bicycle facilities. Dr. Turochy also has four years of work experience with the Virginia Department of Transportation; in his last position with the Virginia DOT, he was responsible for traffic design and work zone safety for the Salem District.


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