Comparing Existing Crashes with Predicted

APA Missouri Chapter

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Thursday, July 19, 2018
11:15 a.m. - noon CDT

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Overview

The Ozarks Transportation Organization (OTO) is a metropolitan organization in southwest Missouri with a mission to provide a forum for cooperative decision making in support of an excellent regional transportation system.  OTO recently completed the first step of a pilot study, in partnership with CJW Transportation Consultants (CJW), to identify poorly performing intersections and road segments.  The study included a summary of existing accident data paired with a predicted safety analysis so comparisons could be made. 

Attendees of this session will learn how CJW used the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Interactive Highway Safety Design Model (IHSDM) crash prediction software to model crash patterns along portions of Kansas Expressway, Sunshine Street, and Glenstone Avenue in Springfield, Missouri.  Attendees will also learn how OTO will use this data to inform future planning decisions based on how these roadways are performing given the various elements of design along each road that impact safety.  This session will illustrate how transportation planners and engineers coordinate on projects aimed at protecting human health, safety, and welfare.

Speakers

Andy Thomason

Invited Speaker

Mr. Thomason, AICP, has been a Planner with the Ozarks Transportation Organization for two years. As Planner, he is responsible for the congestion management process, local coordinating board for transit, traffic incident management, freight planning, and civil rights compliance. Previously, he served as the Regional Planner for the Lake of ... Read More

Dane Seiler

Invited Speaker

Mr. Seiler, PE, is President of CJW Transportation Consultants based in Springfield, Missouri. Dane has experience in the area of transportation, traffic engineering, intelligent transportation systems, and project management. Project work Dane has completed includes geometric analysis, operational capacity analyses of signalized intersections, traffic studies, simulation modeling, pavement marking, signing ... Read More

Jonathan Staats

Invited Speaker

Mr. Staats, PE, is a Project Engineer at CJW Transportation Consultants who has worked in the Springfield area community for over 5 years. Jonathan graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering from Missouri S&T in cooperation with Missouri State in 2013. He has experience in roadway ... Read More

Contact Info

Ronda Burnett, ronda.headland@mdc.mo.gov