Speaking Engagement

Speaking Engagements

June 18 - 20, 2018

FDOT Transportation Symposium

Orlando, Florida Visit Event Website

Wednesday, June 20, 2018
9:00 a.m.

Hard Shoulder Running: Lessons Learned During Design, Construction, and Implementation

Hard Shoulder Running (HSR) is an innovative strategy for squeezing additional capacity out of the existing infrastructure, targeting facilities with short-duration peak periods where congestion is noticeable. Using the recent HSR design B&N has completed in Ohio, conversations with state DOTs who have implemented HSR, and a tour of Michigan's HSR corridor, this presentation will define HSR and provide lessons learned during design (ITS, Traffic Analysis, Geometric) and implementation (best strategies, DMS options, start-up options). This presentation also will include a detailed discussion about the required safety analysis that was closely coordinated with FHWA.

B&N Presenter:

Brian Toombs, PE

Brian Toombs, PE, Interchange Specialist and Project Engineer

BRIAN TOOMBS, PE
Interchange Specialist and Project Engineer