9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Ivey Tangerine Leadership Centre
This comprehensive one-day course encompasses all aspects of pedestrian safety. The day will begin with an overview of the state-of-the practice in road user safety, common pedestrian safety issues, and potential contributory factors. The remainder of the course systematically walks the participants through modules on proactive safety, intersections/controlled crossings, designing to optimize accessibility, lighting and visibility, rail crossings, bridges, interchanges, among others.
Each module includes case studies from actual in-service safety reviews, safety audits and/or legal cases in Ontario, and direct linkages to the Highway Safety Manual and other primary industry resources. Participants will also walk to two nearby intersections for a “hands on” pedestrian safety review, at locations where the facilitators have previously completed daytime and night time field reviews.
The OTC is offering this comprehensive practitioner level workshops dedicated to pedestrian safety that is unique in North America.
To view the Workshop program, click here: PSRM Workshop Program
*Registration fees do not include HST
**Participants who cancel their registration prior to two weeks before the scheduled course date are eligible for a full refund. Substitutions will be accepted up to one day prior to the course.