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ELCSI-PFS 2006 TAC Meeting Agenda

Preliminary Meeting Agenda
June 1 –2, 2006
National Highway Institute

Agenda

Day 1:

Thursday, June 1

8:30 – 9:00

Welcome, Introduction, and Objectives for Meeting

Welcome and Introduction, Michael Trentacoste

Overview of Steering Committee Activities, Past, Current, and Future Activities, Kerry Perrillo Childress

NCHRP 17–35 and How it Relates to this Project, Chuck Niessner

Objectives for Meeting, Kerry Perrillo Childress

9:00 – 10:00

Data Session

Safety Improvements Database Demonstration, Kim Eccles

Demonstration of Safety Database in Florida, Pat Brady

Demonstration of Tracking System in North Carolina, Shawn Troy

Open Forum

10:00 – 11:00

Scoping Study Results, Kim Eccles and Nancy Xenelis

11:00 – 12:00

Preliminary Results of First 4 Evaluations, Dr. Bhagwant Persaud

Flashing Beacons

Higher Retroreflectivity Stop Signs

Two–Way Left Turn Lanes (2 to 3 lane conversion)

STOP AHEAD pavement markings

12:00 – 1:00

Lunch

Website Demonstration and Discussion, Kerry Perrillo Childress

1:00 – 2:30

Presentation on Top Strategies (Part I)

Meeting attendees will be divided into two groups to discuss each of the potential strategies, share their experiences, and assess the feasibility of evaluating each strategy. Each group will be asked to identify those strategies which should not be considered for the study.

Group A: Kim Eccles and Dr. Persaud

Group B: Dr. Hugh McGee and Nancy Xenelis

2:45 – 4:15

Presentation on Top Strategies (Part II)

Group A: Dr. Hugh McGee and Nancy Xenelis

Group B: Kim Eccles and Dr. Persaud

4:15 – 5:00

Simulation Presentation, Michael Trentacoste

Value of Using Simulation

Potential Strategies for Simulation

5:00

Meeting Adjournment

7:00

Evening Activities (maps and information provided)

DAY 2:

Friday, June 2

8:00 – 9:00

Revisit Strategies from First Set of Guides, Kim Eccles

9:00 – 11:00

Identification of Available Data

Group A: Kim Eccles and Bhagwant Persaud

Group B: Hugh McGee and Nancy Xenelis

Meeting attendees will divided in to two groups and will be asked to provide information on the availability of implementation information on the leading strategies in their state and contact information for further information. Based on this, there will be a group discussion regarding which strategies look promising and should be evaluated.

11:00 – 12:00

Future Plans and Marketing

Future Implementations and Marketing, Kerry Perrillo Childress

Marketing Plan for Products, Vicki Glenn

12:00

Adjourn

Last updated: Monday, December 2, 2019