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This short course provides an insight into how traffic signal control and traffic management interventions can reduce the impacts of traffic related pollution on public health and climate change at both a tactical and strategic level.
The course covers the modelling framework to allow the impacts on air quality of traffic management measure to be quantified. Using case studies by way of example, the potential environmental benefits of queue cascading and relocation to open space; road user charging; park and ride; reduction of speeds; new technologies etc will be demonstrated, highlighting the limitations of current modelling frameworks.
The course is based on the internationally recognised research that Margaret, Anil and their team are involved in. Combined with their extensive experience of working with Local Authorities and other partners, the course is thus informed by both the latest research and by experience of practical implementation.
The course commences at 10:00, with registration from 09:45, and finishes at 16:30.
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Please note that our courses are reviewed regularly, both in response to feedback and so that information about recent research and developments can be included. Thus, content may be subject to change.
The course is aimed at traffic and environmental experts and managers who are responsible for delivering solutions to traffic related air quality exceedances.
The course fee includes tuition, course materials, lunch and refreshments.
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