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*Event Traffic Marshal online training program

Do you want to support community events and be a volunteer Event Traffic Marshal?

The Event Traffic Marshal eLearn program is designed to provide event volunteers with knowledge and skills in basic traffic control on the roads arounds special events, such as fetes, festivals, marathons, fun runs/walks and sporting events.

There are two (2) parts to the Event Traffic Marshal program.

Information

Part 1: Event Traffic Marshal Eligibility check

The eligibility check is a short set of questions that participants MUST complete before gaining access to Part 2 of the program. This eligibility check is designed to ensure that participants are aware of the physical fitness and suitability requirements for the role, and that only participants who indicate they meet these requirements proceed to Part 2 of the program.

Part 2: Event Traffic Marshal eLearn

This training module will allow participants to gain the skills and knowledge to carry out traffic control as an Event Traffic Marshal at special events.

Course outline

This program will cover:

  • Event Traffic Marshal eligibility check - designed so participants can identify if they meet the physical fitness and suitability requirements for an Event Traffic Marshal
  • Roles and responsibilities of Event Traffic Marshal and Event Organiser
  • Common hazards when carrying out traffic control duties as an Event Traffic Marshal
  • Playing it safe when carrying out traffic control duties as an Event Traffic Marshal
  • How to control traffic.

Audience

  • Volunteers who wish to support community events as an Event Traffic Marshal.
  • People who have been previously engaged as an Event Traffic Marshal and wish to refresh their knowledge.

Prerequisites

Successful completion of the Event Traffic Marshal eligibility check is required to access the Event Traffic Marshal eLearn.

Popular Search Terms/Tags

engineering; engineer; traffic engineering; civil; traffic; pedestrian; pedestrian crossing; traffic safety; civil engineering; road safety; active transport; Traffic management; events; temporary traffic management; stop slow

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*Working in Proximity to Traffic Awareness Parts 1 and 2

Standard (Incl GST) $79.20
TMR Staff (Excl GST) $72.00

This is an eLearning course where learning occurs solely online

This course is ideal for new entrants to the construction and traffic management industry or anyone who wants to develop their safety awareness when working on or near roadways.

At the completion of this course participants will be able to: identify and consider major and common hazards routinely faced when working in proximity to traffic, identify if the appropriate safe working process has been implemented by the responsible person on site and have the confidence to speak up if they believe their or other's safety may be compromised.

IMPORTANT!

Instructions and links have been supplied on the course page so you can access the Austroads Guide to Temporary Traffic Management (AGTTM) and Queensland Guide to Temporary Traffic Management (QGTTM) document series.

Please review this information before launching the course.



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1. Introduction to Structure's Life Cycle

Standard (Incl GST) $55.00
TMR Staff (Excl GST) $50.00

This module is mandatory for all users of the Structure's Life Cycle program and must be completed prior to accessing the other modules.

Information

The module introduces users to the Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland, the life cycle of bridges and culverts and describes the basics of bridges and culverts.

Course Outline

In the Introduction module you will explore:

  • bridge type and components
  • culvert types
  • how the Queensland environment impacts on bridge and culvert life cycles
  • key terms

You will also be able to access an e--guide on key terms

Duration

This module in total will take approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete. It includes sub modules ranging from 10 to 20 minutes in length.

Popular Search Terms/Tags

Bridge construction and maintenance; Structure; Structures; Structure's; Structure's life cycle; structure life cycle; bridge; bridge construction; bridge maintenance; culvert; culverts; engineering; design; planning; civil engineering; civil; structural engineering; structural; concrete; construction materials; bridge design; Bridges and culverts; Structures Asset Management

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2a. Structure Management - The Structure Management Framework

**Free Module**

This module explains the Structure Management Framework and the organisational context and requirements to support the framework. A 6-step decision-making process is then explored and the core principles that need to be considered when making decisions are introduced.

Course Content

At the completion of this course you will be able to explain the lifecycle of a structure including:

  • What is Structure Management?
  • Who is responsible for managing structures?
  • You will be introduced to Asset Management, the process of decision-making, and the key considerations and principles involved in decisions.

Activities

Online

Duration

This module will take approximately 20 minutes to complete

Popular Search Terms/Tag

Bridge construction and maintenance; Structure; Structures; Structure's; Structure's life cycle; structure life cycle; bridge; bridge construction; bridge maintenance; culvert; culverts; engineering; design; planning; civil engineering; civil; structural engineering; structural; concrete; construction materials; bridge design; Bridges and culverts; Structures Asset Management

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2b. Structure Management - The principles of Structure Management

Standard (Incl GST) $60.00
TMR Staff (Excl GST) $50.00

Part 2 describes the core principles of Structure Management decision-making; Cost, Performance and Risk. The CPR of Structure Management. Each principle is discussed and the trade-off between the principles in influencing decision-making is examined.

Course Content

At the completion of this course you will be able to describe the core principles of Structure Management. This includes a deeper understanding cost, performance and risk over a structure's lifecycle and from the perspective of managing a network.

Duration

This module will take approximately 40 minutes to complete.

Popular Search Terms/Tags

Bridge construction and maintenance; Structure; Structures; Structure's; Structure's life cycle; structure life cycle; bridge; bridge construction; bridge maintenance; culvert; culverts; engineering; design; planning; civil engineering; civil; structural engineering; structural; concrete; construction materials; bridge design; Bridges and culverts; Structures Asset Management

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2c. Structure Management - Guided example of the decision-making process for a structure

Standard (Incl GST) $60.00
TMR Staff (Excl GST) $50.00

Part 3 provides a guided example of applying the Structure Management decision-making process to the lifecycle of a super steel structure.

Information

The recommended cost, performance and risk data required to develop options for decision makers is integrated into the example.

Course Outline

At the completion of this course you will be able to understand how the trade-off between cost-performance and risk occurs during the decision-making process. You will also learn how contextual change and factors can alter the courses of actions implemented when maintaining an existing bridge.

Duration

This module will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Popular Search Terms/Tags

Bridge construction and maintenance; Structure; Structures; Structure's; Structure's life cycle; structure life cycle; bridge; bridge construction; bridge maintenance; culvert; culverts; engineering; design; planning; civil engineering; civil; structural engineering; structural; concrete; construction materials; bridge design; Bridges and culverts; Structures Asset Management

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2d. Structure Management - Applying Structure Management principles to make informed decisions

Standard (Incl GST) $80.00
TMR Staff (Excl GST) $60.00

Part 4 provides a scenario which involves actively applying Structure Management principles to make informed decisions on a bridge with pile deterioration.

Information

The structure's context and condition; and the cost, performance and risk factors trade-off influence decision making for the approach required in the management of the structure.

Course Outline

At the completion of this module you will be able to apply the structure management principles in the decision-making process to develop a cost-performance-risk profile for a bridge with pile deterioration. The CPR profile will inform an Options Analysis that leads to decisions on the courses of action for the structure in question.

Duration

This module will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

Popular Search Terms/Tags

Bridge construction and maintenance; Structure; Structures; Structure's; Structure's life cycle; structure life cycle; bridge; bridge construction; bridge maintenance; culvert; culverts; engineering; design; planning; civil engineering; civil; structural engineering; structural; concrete; construction materials; bridge design; Bridges and culverts; Structure Asset Management

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3. Planning for Bridges and Culverts

Standard (Incl GST) $195.00
TMR Staff (Excl GST) $178.00

This module is suitable for graduate and experienced engineers and technical and administrative specialists who assist in the Planning, Design, Construction, Management, Operation and Maintenance of bridges and culverts.

Information

The module is a guide to best practice in the planning process for structures. It provides insight into common risks and issues that occur in the pre-design phase of the Acquire segment in a Structure's Life Cycle. Discover what issues and risks can effect the performance of bridges and culverts, learn how best to mitigate those risks and who to contact for technical and non-technical advice.

Course Outline

At the completion of this module participants will be able to:

  • list the 6 key steps in the structures lifecycle planning process
  • identify the key components required for a communication strategy
  • identify administrative and technical specialist roles and their responsibilities
  • describe how performance criteria impact on a structure's life cycle
  • identify risk factors associated with technical decision making within the constraints of planning a structures project
  • align functional specifications to standard and guidelines

Duration

This module in total will take approximately 1.5 to 2.5 hours to complete. It includes sub modules ranging from 20 to 45 minutes in length.

Popular Search Terms/Tags

Bridge construction and maintenance; Structure; Structures; Structure's; Structure's life cycle; structure life cycle; bridge; bridge construction; bridge maintenance; culvert; culverts; engineering; design; planning; civil engineering; civil; structural engineering; structural; concrete; construction materials; bridge design; Bridges and culverts; Structure Asset Management

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4. Designing for Bridges and Culverts

Standard (Incl GST) $195.00
TMR Staff (Excl GST) $178.00

This module is suitable for graduate and experienced engineers and technical and administrative specialists who assist in the Planning, Design, Construction, Management, Operation and Maintenance of bridges and culverts.

Information

The module is a guide to best practice in the designing process for structures. It provides insight into common risks and issues that occur in the Design phase of the Acquire segment in a Structure's Life Cycle. Learn how to apply standards, design criteria and specifications and when to consult or liaise with technical and non-technical specialists to ensure a design is fit-for-purpose.

Course Content

At the completion of this module participants will be able to:

  • apply best practice in design for the life of a structure
  • identify specialists involved in the design phase
  • recognise the role of specialists in a structure's design
  • solve common issues encountered during the design phase

Duration

This module in total will take approximately 1 to 2 hours to complete. It includes sub modules ranging from 15 to 40 minutes in length.

Popular Search Terms/Tags

Bridge construction and maintenance; Structure; Structures; Structure's; Structure's life cycle; structure life cycle; bridge; bridge construction; bridge maintenance; culvert; culverts; engineering; design; planning; civil engineering; civil; structural engineering; structural; concrete; construction materials; bridge design; Bridges and culverts; Structures Asset Management

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BIM Fundamentals

Building Information Model (BIM) is the digital representation of delivering an infrastructure project from Planning to Handover.

This module, BIM Fundamentals, is the first of two modules that are targeting the TMR project delivery process (design and construction) and handover and outlines the key activities and support material for a project manager to get started and successfully deliver a project with BIM practices incorporated.

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

1 hour

Popular Search Terms/Tags

road design; design; roads; engineer; engineering; designer; civil engineering; traffic engineering; traffic; civil; road planning; planning; road safety; designing a road; environmental impact; BIM; BIM Implementation; Building Information Modeling; building information modelling; CAD; CADD; digital engineering; 3D BIM; 4D BIM; 5D BIM; Asset Management System; Australian Height Datum; BIM coordinator; BIM Management Plan; Common data environment; CDE; Level of development;

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BIM in Practice

Building Information Model (BIM) is the digital representation of delivering an infrastructure project from Planning to Handover.

This module, BIM in Practice, is the second of two modules that are targeting the TMR project delivery process (design and construction) and handover and outlines the key activities and support material for a project manager to get started and successfully deliver a project with BIM practices incorporated.

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

1 hour

Popular Search Terms/Tags

road design; design; roads; engineer; engineering; designer; civil engineering; traffic engineering; traffic; civil; road planning; planning; road safety; designing a road; environmental impact; BIM; BIM Implementation; Building Information Modeling; building information modelling; CAD; CADD; digital engineering; 3D BIM; 4D BIM; 5D BIM; Asset Management System; Australian Height Datum; BIM coordinator; BIM Management Plan; Common data environment; CDE; Level of development;

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Culvert 7

This course is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of Culvert 7 software, its features, and its applications. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced user, this course will help you develop your skills and knowledge to maximize the benefits of Culvert 7. 

Throughout the course, you'll learn about the software's capabilities, how to navigate its interface, and how to perform various tasks using its tools and functions. 

By the end of the course, you'll have a solid foundation in Culvert 7 and be able to apply its features. 

Who should do these modules?

Anyone is invited to do these modules however, it is highly recommended if you are a: 

  • Designer, 
  • Project Manager, 
  • Engineer.

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

Approximately 60 minutes

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Cyclist and pedestrian safety at roadworks

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) has committed to improving road safety across the Queensland road network. Roadworks, and the changes to the road (and roadside) environment, can raise safety and accessibility issues for people walking and riding bicycles. Roadworks can create an unsafe environment for these users if safe and appropriate alternative paths of travel and crossings are not provided.

The cyclist and pedestrian safety at roadworks course will provide:

  • an overview of the key guidance and information to assist in creating safe roadworks sites for people who walk, ride bicycles and other path users,
  • information on why safety and accessibility for people walking and riding at roadworks is important,
  • information on how to safely provide for people who walk, ride bicycles and path users through roadworks, and
  • practice examples and case studies of how to resolve common issues.

The course will cover the following topics:

  • Safety issues for people walking and riding at traffic management sites.
  • Relevant technical guidance, including guidance that might be used in tight situations.
  • Examples of providing for path users and riders on roads.
  • Considerations during planning, design, implementation, and operation.


There is a short quiz at the end of the course to reinforce key learnings. 


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Design Philosophy and Domains Concept and Reporting

Standard (Incl GST) $418.00
TMR Staff (Excl GST) $380.00

This course sets out the design philosophy principles in technical documents standards, drawings and specifications which underpin the creation of a successful design. It will define the design domain concept where the design domain for a new road is traditionally referred to as the ‘normal design domain. It also expands into extended design domain and use of design exceptions with justification. These concepts and the reporting process are acknowledged in the TMR (Transport and Main Roads) Road Planning and Design Manual. 

 

Program outcomes

At the completion of this program participants will be able to:

  • Appreciate the intention of road design, its domain and responsibilities as a designer and engineer.
  • Utilise the EDD (Extended Design Domain) and Design Exception concept and relationship within overall road design and associated publications.
  • Gain awareness of liability concerns including certification and accountability
  • Have knowledge of the EDD and Design Exception design delivery reporting process.


Target Audience

All personnel working in the field of road design. This includes Road design engineers, designers, technicians, consultants, and local authorities.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of road design and operation.

Business Benefits

Road design staff participating in this program will walk away with expanded technical knowledge of design domain concept parameters and use of design exception strategies to assist in their roles.

Program Content

  • Design Philosophy
  • Design Domain
  • Extended Design Domain
  • Design Exceptions
  • Design Classes
  • Potential Liability
  • EDD and Design Exception Process and Reporting

Duration – 6hours - This is face to face training (there is no option to link in via Teams meeting)

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Extended Design Domain and Design Exception Concept and Reporting

This course expands upon the Design Philosophy and Domain Awareness program by incorporating expanded design domains and design exceptions. Both of these concepts are acknowledged in the Austroads Guide to Road Design and TMR Road Planning and Design Manual.

The content of the course is not limited to road designers and design engineers, and is also recommended for those involved in the design administration process, particularly Project Managers, to increase their awareness of the reporting procedures. It is not a highly technical course.


Program Outcomes

  • Appreciate the EDD and Design Exception concept and relationship within overall road design and associated publications
  • Gain awareness of liability concerns including certification and accountability
  • Have knowledge of the EDD and Design Exception design delivery reporting process.

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

1 hour approx

Popular Search Terms/Tags

road design; design; roads; engineer; engineering; designer; civil engineering; traffic engineering; traffic; civil; road planning; planning; road safety; designing a road; environmental impact; roadside; roadside design; safety barriers; detailed; road safety barrier design; road safety barriers; alignment; brownfield; greenfield; context sensitive design; cross section; design domain; design philosophy; intersection; EDD; design exceptions; extended design domain

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RDA101: Road Design Awareness

This course is to define Road Design and what is involved.

It will introduce typical components of a road. You will learn how recognising the existing road and integrating new elements, enables a designer to produce a suitable solution.

This course also mentions external issues to the road design process that have to be considered to ensure appropriate outcomes.

Program Outcomes

At the completion of this program participants will:

  • show awareness of road elements that are considered when designing roads,
  • show awareness of some technical terminology used when designing a project,
  • be aware of environmental aspects that influence design outcomes,
  • be aware of what forms a suitable design,
  • and apply knowledge through a short test that reflects program content.

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

30 minutes approx

Popular Search Terms/Tags

road design; design; roads; engineer; engineering; designer; civil engineering; traffic engineering; traffic; civil; road planning; planning; road safety; designing a road; environmental impact; Cross section; Geometric; Geometry; Horizontal alignment; Horizontal curve; geometry; sight distance; vertical alignment; vertical curve;

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RDA102: Road Drainage Design Awareness

This course is designed to provide knowledge and develop skills in fundamental drainage (hydrology and hydraulic).

Participants will also develop an awareness of basic site assessment, hydrological conditions, design standards, determination of catchment runoff for rural environments and fundamentals of open channel flow.

The program introduces the Road Drainage Manual (RDM) and defines its purpose and usage.

Course Outcomes

At the completion of the course, you will be able to:

  • define the appropriate working boundaries of the RPDM
  • appreciate the importance of drainage in all road design projects
  • interpret, consider and apply the fundamental pronciples of hydrologic and hydraulic theory to projects.

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

30 minutes approx

Popular Search Terms/Tags

road design; design; roads; engineer; engineering; designer; civil engineering; traffic engineering; traffic; civil; road planning; planning; road safety; designing a road; environmental impact; drainage; stormwater; hydraulics; flood; drainage design; Afflux; catch drain; concentrated flow; design discharge; flood; hydrology; culvert; flow; table drain; aquaplaning

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RDA103: Road Planning and Design Manual Awareness

This course will help you inderstand the relationship between the Road Planning and Design Manual and the Austroads Guide to Road Design.

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

20 minutes approx

Popular Search Terms/Tags

road design; design; roads; engineer; engineering; designer; civil engineering; traffic engineering; traffic; civil; road planning; planning; road safety; designing a road; environmental impact; road planning and design manual; Road Planning and Design Manual Awareness

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RDA104: Project Scoping Guidelines

The primary document used by the department to engage engineering consultants for the preconstruction phases of road design is the Project Brief.

This presentation will provide project managers and other staff involved in the procurement of engineering services for design with some guidelines that will assist in providing a more comprehensive and robust project scoping document.


This course provides information on project scope, and will answer the following questions:

Why do we want to define the project scope?

What are the benefits of a well designed brief?

How do we achieve a good outcome in writing the design brief/functional specification?

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

20 minutes approx

Popular Search Terms/Tags

road design; design; roads; engineer; engineering; designer; civil engineering; traffic engineering; traffic; civil; road planning; planning; road safety; designing a road; environmental impact; scoping; project scoping; Project management methodology; preconstruction; project brief; design bried; infrastructure projects; preconstruction; project deliverables;

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RDA106A: Roadside Design and Road Safety Barriers: Concept Awareness

This is an eLearning Program where learning occurs solely online. 

 This program is ideal for all engineers, designers and project staff, managers or planners who are involved in planning and designing roadsides and road safety barriers. 

 At the completion of this program participants will be able to: 

  •  Apply the generalised hazard assessment process in their projects. 
  • Understand standard roadside and road safety barrier terminology. 
  • Use road safety barrier design theory to calculate standard barrier requirements. 
  • Identify hazards and select suitable treatments under a given context. 
  • Understand the philosophies governing roadside design.

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

4 Hours

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Popular Search Terms/Tags

road design; design; roads; engineer; engineering; designer; civil engineering; traffic engineering; traffic; civil; road planning; planning; road safety; designing a road; environmental impact; roadside; roadside design; safety barriers; concept; road safety barrier design; road safety barriers; Austroads Guide to Road Design; Supplement; AGRD; Queensland practice; geometric elements; network risk assessment; contect sensitive design; risk reduction; safety; project risk assessment; risk evaluation; treatment options; vulnerable road users; fundamental;

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RDA109:Design Philosophy and Domains

This course sets out the design philosophy principles in technical documents standards, drawings and specifications which underpin the creation of a successful design.

It will define the design domain concept where the design domain for a new road is traditionally referred to as the ‘normal design domain’.


Program Outcomes

  • Appreciate the intention of road design, its domain and role / responsibilities as a designer and engineer.
  • Being able to recognise, consider, and produce designs within the extended design domain or as design exceptions as part of geometrical road design for Transport and Main Roads projects.
  • Be able to consider design problems and develop appropriate solutions for each project.

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

30 minutes approx

Popular Search Terms/Tags

road design; design; roads; engineer; engineering; designer; civil engineering; traffic engineering; traffic; civil; road planning; planning; road safety; designing a road; environmental impact; roadside; roadside design; safety barriers; detailed; road safety barrier design; road safety barriers; alignment; brownfield; greenfield; context sensitive design; cross section; design domain; design philosophy; intersection; EDD; design exceptions; extended design domain

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RDD301 - Road Drainage Fundamentals

In this course you will learn about the road drainage fundamentals with a focus on “Hydrology”.  

You will gain an understanding of the process involved in identifying catchments characteristics, and converting rainfall intensities into flow quantities for the purpose of drainage infrastructure design.


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RDG302 - Traffic Parameters

Standard (Incl GST) $55.00
TMR Staff (Excl GST) $50.00

This course is to introduce the human factors that influence the planning and design of road facilities contributing to defining road functions within the road network.

These factors are:

  • Stream
  • Flow
  • Distribution
  • Performance
  • Composition
  • Studies
  • road network

On completion, you will acknowledge that roads need to provide for the safe, convenient, effective and efficient movement of persons and goods.

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

1 hour approx.

Popular Search Terms/Tags

road design; design; roads; engineer; engineering; designer; civil engineering; traffic engineering; traffic; civil; road planning; planning; road safety; designing a road; environmental impact; roadside; roadside design; safety barriers; detailed; road safety barrier design; road safety barriers; crossing; queuing; rural arterials; traffic distribution; traffic flow; traffic stream; traffic studies; urban arterials; weaving; road network; pedestrian; cyclist activity; emergency stopping lanes; traffic composition;

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RDG303: Cross Sections

Standard (Incl GST) $55.00
TMR Staff (Excl GST) $50.00

This course is to further explain the components of the cross sectional profile, as introduced in the Geometric Road Design Introductory course.

This course will give more clarity on the various elements and selection of values in design.

The topics covered in this course are as follows:

  • Road treatment
  • Traffic volume
  • Traffic lanes
  • Crossfall
  • Shoulders
  • Medians
  • Kerb and channel
  • Roadside border
  • Drainage
  • Public utility plant (PUP)
  • Clear zone.

Activities

Online

Estimated Duration

1.5 hours approx.

Popular Search Terms/Tags

road design; design; roads; engineer; engineering; designer; civil engineering; traffic engineering; traffic; civil; road planning; planning; road safety; designing a road; environmental impact; roadside; roadside design; safety barriers; detailed; road safety barrier design; road safety barriers; Annual average daily traffic; average daily traffic; batter; bench; border; boundary line; carriageway; catch drain; control line; crossfall; kerb and channel; road reserve; rounding; shoulder; table drain; verge;

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