Traffic Management Training

Austroads has commissioned eight online learning units from ARRB and the University of Sydney that cover the fundamentals of traffic management. (I created Units 5 and 7). The units cover 22 modules, each includes a video with in-session exercises. Some modules include additional tutorials. Paul Bannett of ARRB will be presenting the dissemination webinar on the 21st January. If you wish to tune in, you can register here: 

Unit 1: Introduction to Traffic Management
1-1 Introduction to the Learning Modules and Objectives and Principles of Traffic Management

Unit 2: Traffic Behaviour and Traffic Theory Fundamentals
2-1 The Stochastic Nature of Traffic Behaviour
2-2 Fundamental Speed-flow-density Relationships
2-3 Fundamental Microscopic Relationships

Unit 3: Transport Study, Traffic Data and Analysis Methods
3-1 Transport and Traffic Data
3-2 Traffic Analysis Concepts
3-3 Capacity Analysis

Unit 4: Transport Operations Control Strategies and Systems
4-1 Objectives and Principles of Transport Operations
4-2 Signalised Intersections – Operations and Control Strategies
4-3 Unsignalised Intersections – Stop, Give Way and Roundabouts
4-4 Overview of Traffic Management Centres

Unit 5: Network Operations Planning
5-1 Network Operations Planning Accessibility
5-2 Network Operations Planning Process
5-3 Road Space Allocation and Road Use Priority
5-4 Movement and Place

Unit 6: Network Performance Monitoring and Management
6-1 Network Performance
6-2 Traffic Congestion and Management
6-3 Traffic Incident and Event Management
6-4 Traffic Modelling

Unit 7: Safe System Approach to Traffic Management
7-1 The Safe System Approach

Unit 8: Intelligent Transport Systems
8-1 Intelligent Transport Systems for Traffic Control
8-2 Managed Motorways – Operational Principles, Managed Motorway Toolkit
Give way to Pedestrians