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TRB Access Management YouTube Channel

The TRB Access Management committee now has a YouTube Channel devoted to sharing the best information from www.accessmanagement.info.

We are exploring the idea of creating short videos that highlight some of the most useful information to share about access management. This will provide practitioners a tool to find and share best practices. YouTube will provide an additional channel for us to "get the word out" about how access management can save lives and improve the efficiency of our transportation system.

Rob Sanders is a graduate student of Grant Schultz, who has created these three test videos. We hope to create many more, and encourage other's to "find the gold" and contribute to further development of this idea. Please provide comments below to help us in this effort.

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2018 Conference Call for Abstracts

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Hosted By

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

Sponsored By

TRB Access Management Committee (AHB70)

Location and Date

Concourse Hotel in Madison, Wisconsin July 17?19, 2018

The capital and second largest city of the great state of Wisconsin, Madison is an excellent location for this conference. Located between Lake Mendota and Lake Monona, this community o?ers breathtaking views, world? class cuisine and beautiful summer weather.

 

Abstract Requirements:

  • Presentation Title
  • Presenter(s) contact information: name, organization, address, email, phone number
  • General topic area of the abstract
  • Abstract shall not exceed 250 words
  • Abstract shall be written in simple, concise and e?ective English
  • Data and Conclusions should be complete, valid, appropriate and properly supported
  • Special interests advocacy will not be considered
  • Submit abstract in pdf format
  • Submit on or before September 1, 2017

Email abstracts to Pat Hawley at Pat.hawley@rasmithnational.com

 

Presentation Topics

Presentations can include, but are not limited to, the following access management areas:

  • Safety e?ects
  • Operational e?ects
  • Economic impacts
  • Integrating land use and access
  • Public involvement
  • Statewide access management programs
  • Applications of access management
  • Legislative policy guidelines
  • Corridor planning
  • Technical assistance and training
  • Access regulations
  • Access management techniques
  • Case Studies
  • Land development andsubdivision regulations
  • Future development risk (court cases
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AHB70 2017 Committee Poster

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2017 Poster about AHB70

This poster was presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting and featured the following information contained on this website:

TRB Access Management Committee (AHB70)

SCOPE

The committee shares the latest knowledge, expertise and experience to facilitate leadership and partnerships to advance the state-of-the-practice in access management and its integration into established planning, policy and design processes

OBJECTIVES

  • Increase Agency and Public Awareness and Use of Access Management nationally and internationally, including its benefits and relationship to livability and sustainability
  • Identify unmet Access Management Research needs and promote needed research
  • Maintain and update the Access Management Website as the primary portal for access management information and guidance, and increase its utility as an outreach tool
  • Maintain and update the Access Management Manual and develop supporting national guidelines

NCHRP Ongoing Research

  • NCHRP 07-23: Access Management in the Vicinity of a Freeway Interchange
  • NCHRP 03-120: Assessing Interactions Between Access Management Treatments and Multimodal Users
  • NCHRP 15-62: Access Management and Design Guidelines for Truck Routes
  • NCHRP 15-64: Unsignalized Median Openings in Close Proximity to Signalized Intersections
  • NCHRP 17-74: Developing Crash Modification Factors for Corridor Access Management

Recent Research Publications

OUTREACH

CONFERENCE

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Facebook

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The goal of Access Management is to safely balance access to land development while maintaining efficiency of the transportation system. The goal of this group is to share information across the spectrum of transportation interests. Participants can share presentations or discuss current issues pertaining to access and traffic mobility.

Please like us on Facebook

The committee is currently considering how the social media tools will help us encourage more people to learn about the benefits of access management. We anticipate that Facebook will be our primary tool to encourage discussions between newbies and experts.  

Our LinkedIn group is not currently active, but can be found at: LinkedIn

at https://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=2922949&trk=anet_ug_hm

This is a separate LinkedIn group from the Robert Downey group who has an excellent discussion group at:  www.linkedin.com/groups/Transportation-Access-Management-5175867/about

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Abstracts Due Sep 30 for 3rd ICAM South Africa

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CALL FOR PAPERS & PARTICIPATION

Access Management 2016

3rd International Conference on Access Management (ICAM) & Exhibition

6 & 7 July 2016, CSIR Conference Centre, Pretoria, South Africa

Presented by:  The Transportation Division of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) and the Access Management Committee of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) in association with SBS Conferences

 
INTRODUCTION

The goal of Access Management is to safely balance access to land development with efficient road and transportation systems. 

Access management is the coordinated planning, regulation, and design of access between roadways and land development. It encompasses a range of methods that promote the efficient and safe movement of people and goods by reducing conflicts on the roadway system and at its interface with other modes of travel. 

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Departments of Transport, Municipalities, Road Agencies/Authorities; Planners, Administrators & Managers
  • Civil Engineering Contractors, Consultants and Suppliers
  • Road and Bridge Builders and Maintenance Personnel
  • Procurement Managers
  • Road Building and Road Maintenance Companies
  • Traffic Planning and Management Systems
  • ITS and Communications Companies
  • Road Safety Suppliers and Specialists
  • Environmentalists

CALL FOR PAPERS

The aim of this conference is to share information across the spectrum of transportation interest. 

Papers are invited from all areas of Access Management, including (but not limited to):

  • Access Management Policy
  • Standards for Access Management
  • Integrating Land Use and Access
  • Application of Access Management

Whilst Access Management as a concept was initiated in the developed world, contributions from developing countries are especially welcome.  

Abstracts:  No longer than 300 words, briefly describing the problem statement, approach followed, data collection, analysis , results obtained and conclusions reached, are invited.  All papers submitted will be peer reviewed and all accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.
 
PROGRAMME FOR SUBMISSION:

30 Sept 2015 - Submit abstracts

30 Oct 2015 - Notification of acceptance of abstracts

31 Dec 2015 - Submit Paper

30 Jan 2015 - Notification of acceptance of papers

Click here to download proposals template in WORD

Click here to download proposals template in PDF

Click here to view the website for more information

Kind regards

Hein Stander
Chair: Access Management 2016

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