McTrans Highway Capacity Analysis Webinar Series in November

McTrans will be presenting a training course as a series of webinars on Highway Capacity Analysis covering the Highway Capacity Manual (HCM 2010 and 6th Edition) methodologies including applications using the Highway Capacity Software (HCS 2010 and HCS7) organized as follows with all times 1:00-4:00 ET.

  • November 13 (1:00-2:30) – HCM 2010 and HCM 6th Edition with HCS 2010 and HCS7 Overview (included with all registrations) (1.5 PDH)
  • November 13 (2:30-4:00) & November 14 (1:00-4:00) – Signalized Intersections (Multiple-Period Analysis, Phase Duration); Urban Streets (Flow Profile, Access Points, Reliability) and Interchanges (Ramp Terminals, Alternative Intersections). (4.5 PDH)
  • November 15 (1:00-2:30) – Unsignalized Intersections (TWSC, AWSC, Roundabouts and Roundabout Corridors) (1.5 PDH)
  • November 15 (2:30-4:00) & November 16 (1:00-2:30) – Freeway Segments (Basic, Weaving, Merge & Diverge) and Freeway Facilities (Reliability) (3.0 PDH)
  • November 16 (2:30-4:00) – Highway Segments (Multilane Highways, Two-Lane Highways) (1.5 PDH)

The Overview session on November 13 (1:00-2:30) is free to the first 100 to register by replying to this email with "Register" in the subject line.  Register for the entire series (12 PDH) at a discounted rate. Registrations will be limited to ensure questions and discussion can be managed appropriately. Individual registrations are required for all participants.  Multiple registrations on the same order from the same company or agency are discounted.  You can read more about the webinar content and register online at:  Please contact McTrans with any questions at 1-800-226-1013

FHWA Vehicle to Infrastructure Guidance 

The Federal Highway Administration has released a long-awaited guidance document on vehicle-to-infrastructure, or V2I, technology. This guidance complements the NHTSA V2V NPRM (see below). You can view the guidance here:


Please remember that SCOP has Connected/Automated Vehicle (CAV) Task Force looking at the intersection on CAV/Planning/Policy. If you want to be a member (or someone on your staff), please contact Matthew H. Hardy, Ph.D.