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Speed Management Workshops

TRB Speed Management Workshop

Restoring Credibility to Speed Setting: Engineering, Enforcement, and Educational Issues
Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Cotillion North, Washington, DC, January 9, 2000

Welcome and Opening Remarks

First Plenary Session

Public Policy and Political Issues
Craig Allred, Chair,
National Association of Governors’ Highway Safety Representatives (Utah Dept. of Public Safety)
presentation [PDF, 4.8MB]

Engineering Issues
Thomas Hicks, Director,
Office of Traffic & Safety, Maryland State Highway Administration
presentation [PDF, 247KB]

Enforcement Issues
Colonel Richard Holden,
North Carolina State Highway Patrol
presentation [PDF, 509KB] presentation [PDF, 84KB]

Judicial Issues
The Honorable Karl Grube, Florida Traffic Court Judge,
NHTSA Judicial Fellow
presentation [PDF, 447KB] charts [PDF, 8KB]

Controlled Motorways: Variable Speed Limits on the M-25, United Kingdom
John Poynton, Research and Development Coordinator,
Highways Agency, United Kingdom
presentation [PDF, 2.2MB]

Charge to Working Groups
Dwight Horne, Director,
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Safety
speech [PDF, 61KB]

Concurrent Working Group Sessions

Static Speed Zoning Issues

Group leader #1: The Honorable Peter Evans, Judge,
Palm Beach (FL) County Court

Group leader #2: Dr. William Taylor, Professor,
College of Engineering, Michigan State University

Groups leader #3: Ray Krammes, Highway Research Engineer,
FHWA Office of Safety Research and Development

Variable Speed Limit Issues

Group Leader #4: Roy Sumner, Senior Vice President,
PB Farradyne

Group Leader #5: Peter Briglia, ITS Program Manager,
Washington

Group Leader #6: Davey Warren, Highway Research Engineer,
FHWA Office of Safety Research and Development

Second Plenary Session

Moderator: Dr. Donna Nelson, Director,
Maryland Transportation Technology Transfer Center

Closing Remarks

Dr. Donna Nelson, Director,
Maryland Transportation Technology Transfer Center

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