Who should attend.
The course is aimed at those whose work involves co-ordination of traffic signals and would like to learn the methodology behind TRANSYT13 as a tool for modelling networks. The course will also be particularly useful for persons who either have to prepare, or have to check TRANSYT13 traffic impact submissions involving networks of linked traffic signal schemes. No prior knowledge of TRANSYT is required.
Attendance at the JCT course "An Introduction to Traffic Signals", or equivalent basic signal terminology knowledge is desirable.
The course provides a 2-day 'hands-on' workshop teaching the use, interpretation and application of the TRL TRANSYT13 program to model linked signal networks. Comprehensive workshop notes are provided that act as a self tutor/reminder following the course. A memory stick is supplied that provides worked copies of all the course examples, useful utility files and relevant publications. The following topics will be covered.
The number of CET days will be allocated by the supervising civil engineer of each attendee. The course duration is two days. The course has an IHE accreditation of two days.
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