IRF eLearning Webinars
IRF Webinars offer an excellent overview of the international state of the art and regulatory environment across a range of road and transportation topics. They also provide an introduction to the discussion topics and coursework covered in the traditional courses.
Join us every Wednesday to hear from, and engage with, leading international specialists, or make a one-time purchase ensuring access to IRF's library of 60+ webinars.
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Road Traffic Data: From Collection to Actionable Insights
March 10, 2021, 11:00 AM US EST
Presented by Brian Hoeft, Senior Systems Engineer, Cubic
As countries and urbanized areas expand their technology deployments (traffic signals, cameras, sensors, other), they need to understand how data from varying systems can be integrated to provide the necessary insights to operate multi-modal traffic as safely and efficiently as possible. This webinar will provide an overview of this fast-moving topic.Register
Managing Tunnel Structures: Successful Practices in the US and the UK
March 17, 2021, 11:00 AM US EST
Presented by Dr. Mohammad Sayyar, Principal Product Owner & Tyler Pauley, Principal Technical Consultant, AgileAssets
As vital transportation structures, tunnels need to be inspected and maintained to ensure public safety and continuous network operation. This webinar presents examples from two agencies—Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission in the U.S. and Connect Plus Services in the UK—that efficiently meet their country’s specific regulatory standards while optimally managing their tunnel assets.
You will learn how these agencies have succeeded in:
• Establishing a highway tunnel inspection program and performing regularly scheduled inspections
• Maintaining tunnel records and inventories to meet performance targets and organizational goals
• Reporting critical findings and addressing safety and/or structural concerns
• Developing and maintaining quality control and quality assurance programs
• Optimizing the management of all tunnel assets, including mechanical and electrical asset inventories, to save time and money