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8:30 am – 12:00 pm CST
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1:00 – 4:30 pm CST
George Lueck, P.E.
Application of design guidelines
Selection of design controls and criteria
Volume, directional distribution, speed and composition of traffic
Projection of future traffic demands
Access Control, Management and Safety
Methods and benefits of controlling access
Key factors related to traffic crashes
Responsibilities of surveyor, type and order of surveys
Establishment of right-of-way and roadway alignment
Drainage areas and utility considerations
Purpose, need and requirements for schematics
Data collection and route studies
Project Planning, Public Involvement and Environmental Studies
Types of environmental studies
Project planning and topic outline
Determination of Right-of-Way
Roadway typical section, profile grades, public utility space and drainage easements
Purpose, definitions and types
Stopping sight, passing sight and decision sight distance
Terrain, grades, and super-elevation
Combination of horizontal and vertical alignment
Cross Sections and Earthwork
Lane widths, shoulders, clear zones, curbs, and retaining walls
Basic Hydraulic Design Considerations
Channels, culverts, bridges and storm drains
Pedestrian and bicycle facilities
Types and examples of intersections
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CM | 6.5
Continuing Education Credit Information
This webinar offers 6.5 PDHs to professional engineers in most states. Approval is pending for professional engineers in New York via the Practicing Institute of Engineering.
HalfMoon Education is an approved continuing education sponsor for engineers in Florida (Provider No. 0004647), Indiana (License No. CE21700059), Maryland, New Jersey (Approval No. 24GP00000700) and North Carolina (S-0130). Other states do not preapprove continuing education providers or courses. HalfMoon Education is not seeking course approval in New York.
HalfMoon Education is an approved CM Provider with the American Planning Association. This course is registered for CM | 6.5 for Certified Planners.
Completion certificates will be awarded to participants who complete this event, respond to prompts and earn a passing score (80%) on the quiz that follows the presentation (multiple attempts allowed).
George Lueck P.E.
17 years of experience with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)
Mr. Lueck started his career performing design and surveying for a variety of roadway projects ranging from farm-to-market roads, to urban roadways and high-design speed facilities in the Waco district. He later transferred to the construction division, where he provided oversight to statewide districts in the areas of construction project management, construction engineering, inspection and contract claims. After serving in this capacity for over nine years, he transferred to the transportation planning division. As assistant director of Traffic Analysis, he oversaw transportation data collection and reporting, corridor-level plans, and travel demand modeling. He then served the City of Killeen for 11 years as assistant city engineer and director of transportation. He had oversight of all operation of the city’s transportation system. He was also charged with ensuring that the city’s transportation system was planned, constructed and maintained in a cost-effective manner to effectively address the region’s growing safety, mobility and reliability needs.