It's over! WisDOT hosted the Transportation Research Board's 12th National Access Management Conference on July 17-19, 2018, in Madison, Wisconsin. The theme was:
Access Management: On Every Road, For Every One
The conference covered the following topics:
Fundamentals: · Overview · Mobility vs. access · Safety · Operations · Public involvement · Process applications · Economics
· Technical assistance · Training · Computer applications
Design: · Geometrics · Complete streets · Urban versus rural · Complete streets · Vehicles · Pedestrians · Bicycles · Transit · Research
Land use: · Business effects · Access integration · Case studies · Planning · Development · Corridor studies · Subdivisions · Traffic impacts · Zoning
Legal: · Legislative policy · Access regulations · Municipal law · Local ordinances · Case law · Real estate appraisals · Future development risk Interstate 41 - WIS 29/32 interchange, Green Bay, Wis.
In addition, a one-day seminar took place on July 18 specifically designed for local officials who have an access management role in their jobs and may also have interactions with WisDOT staff. It covered these topics:
- Access management: What is it? What are the goals and benefits? How do we accomplish it (techniques)?
- Access management principles, practices and resources
- Legal aspects (Wisconsin statutes and administrative rules)
- Highway design and case studies
View conference brochure and agenda
Recordings of conference presentations are available on TRB's access management page.
PDF files of conference presentation slides are available at this link.
Statewide Access Engineer
State Right-of-Way Permits Engineer