Pavement Markings: Use, Application, Compliance and Materials - Virtual Classroom
Date: 3/2/2021 11:00 AM - 5/11/2021 12:30 PM
Location: Virtual Classroom
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The first session will provide a guidance for the proper use and application of pavement markings for traffic control, parking facilities or other traffic operation applications. The class will review pertinent Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) pavement marking compliance standards and guidelines. In addition, the class will discuss a variety of pavement marking materials and application methods.
The second session will dig deeper into the topics you asked for, taking a closer look at the application, materials, and use of pavement markings as outlined in the MUTCD. Also covered will be a brief refresher on traffic sign standards.
A link to register for the Zoom online sessions will be provided in the confirmation email you will receive after registering for this class.
Accommodations for Disabilities: UMTC endeavors to provide an inclusive learning environment for all. If you require special services or arrangements to fully participate in this workshop, please contact Stephanie Cottrell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-800-2655 as soon as possible to discuss reasonable accommodations for your access needs.
|Tim||Town of Longmeadow DPW|
|Gary||City of Marlborough|
|Daniel||Town of Arlington|
|Elika||Town of Weston|
|Robert||Town of Provincetown|
|Aleksandr||Town of Lexington|
|Brian||Town of Winchendon DPW|
|Robert||Town of Natick DPW|
|Kevin||Town of Hanson|
|Joseph||Town of Dedham|
|Edson||Town of Brookline|
|Brandon||Town of Brookline|
|Steven||Town of Hanson Highway Department|
|Jeff||Town of Natick|
|Robert||Town of Brookline|
|Todd||Town of Brookline|
|Dan||Town of Brookline|
|John||Town of Gill|
|Daniel||Town of Brookline|
|Michael||Town of Wellesley DPW|
|Nick||Town of Shrewsbury|
|Meghana||Town of Lexington|
|Jamison||Town of Hanson|
|William||Town of Brookline|
|Thomas||City of Marlborough|
- Michael Allen
Senior Government Traffic Safety Specialist at 3M
Michael Allen has been with the 3M Company for 15 years, currently covering NH, MA and ME. He is an active advocate for transportation safety participating in several New England DOT Strategic Highway Safety Plans as well as Immediate Past President for the Northeast Chapter of ATSSA (American Traffic Safety Services Association). Mike is the ATSSA New England Chapter Technical Chair for Pavement Markings and has instructed many FHWA Retro-reflectivity, Science of Retro and Pavement Marking workshops for Transportation Agencies and Local LTAP Training Centers.
Mike has a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from the University of Connecticut and a Web Certification from Merrimack College. Mike is an avid traveler and currently resides in Atkinson, NH with his wife Shannon and three sons Jude, Levi and Caleb where he enjoys hiking and traversing the White Mountains in his backyard.
- Richard Benevento
President at WorldTech Engineering, LLC
Rich Benevento is the President of WorldTech Engineering. With over 40 years of experience completing transportation infrastructure improvement projects for municipalities and State DOTs, Mr. Benevento has a diverse background in transportation planning, engineering, regulatory permitting and funding programs. Rich currently serves as the Chairman of Parking and Traffic Commission for the City of Beverly, a position he has held since 2008 and is a member of the Massachusetts Municipal Association (MMA) Policy Committee on Public Works, Transportation and Public Infrastructure. Rich is a sitting member of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Transportation Innovation Council (STIC) and serves on several STIC subcommittees including Locally Administered Federal Aid Projects (LPA) Program, Smart Work Zones, Road Diets, and Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP) subcommittees. Mr. Benevento is the National Delegate for the APWA New England Chapter and 2013 Past President for the New England Chapter.