Proceedings 12th National Access Management Conference WI 2018

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12th National Access Management Conference Proceedings

Madison Wisconsin, July 17-19, 2018

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TUESDAY, JULY 17, 2018 

 

SESSION 1

(1) Conference Introduction
Marc Butorac, Kittelson & Associates, Inc., Chair − TRB Standing Committee on Access Management (AHB70)

(2) Conference Welcome
Dave Ross, Secretary, Wisconsin DOT Steve Krebs, Statewide Bureaus Deputy Administrator, Wisconsin DOT
Moderator: Michael Roach, Wisconsin DOT, Chair, TRB National Conference on Access Management Subcommittee

(3) Autonomous Vehicles and Access Management Roundtable
Jonathan Riehl, Transportation Systems Engineer, UW-Madison, College of Engineering, Wisconsin Automated Vehicle Proving Grounds Matthew Smith, PE, Associate Vice-President National and Connected and Automated Vehicle Program Manager, Michael Baker International Moderator: Marc Butorac

 

SESSION 2

Access Management Foundations - 6 Things You Must Know

(4) Access Management Manual v2
Kristine Williams, Center for Urban Transportation Research, University of South Florida

(5) Access Management Application Guidelines (AMAG)
Karen Dixon, Texas A&M

(6) NCHRP Synthesis 404: State of Practice in Access Management
Jerome Gluck, PE, PTOE, AECOM

(7) NCHRP 659: Guide for the Geometric Design of Driveways
J L Gattis, Professor Emeritus, University of Arkansas

(8) FHWA Information Guides on Alternative Intersection Design
Gilbert Chlewicki, Advanced Transportation Solutions

(9) Accessmanagement.info — How to Find More Information
Frank Broen, Teach America

(10) An Overview of the Why and What of Access Management
Jerome Gluck, PE, PTOE, AECOM

(11) Access Management Application Guidelines (AMAG)
Karen Dixon, Texas A&M University

(12) The Relationship Between AM and Innovative Geometric Designs
Gilbert Chlewicki, Advanced Transportation Solutions

(13) Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Issues at Innovative Intersections
Chris Cunningham, ITRE, North Carolina State University

(14) Public Involvement Workshop: Verbal Communication Tools and Techniques in Access Management
Chris Huffman, PE, Huffman Corridor Consulting

 

SESSION 3

(15) How to Implement an Access Management Policy
Randy Hoskins, PE, City of Lincoln, Nebraska

(16) Making the Case for Access Management: Innovative Techniques for Presenting Operational and Safety Benefits to the Public
Peter Kauffmann, PE, PTOE, Barge Design Solutions

(17) Implementation of a New Access Management Program in Iowa
Willy Sorensen, PE, Iowa DOT

(18) New National Highway Institute Access Management Course
Neil Spiller, PE, FHWA, Washington, DC

(19) Restricted Crossing U-Turn Intersections (RCUTs)
Scott Nelson, PE, Wisconsin DOT Brian Porter, PE, Wisconsin DOT

(20) Using LIDAR Data to Analyze Access Categories and Raised Median Safety in Utah
Grant Schultz, PhD, PE, PTOE, Brigham Young University

(21) Assessing Reasonable Access (YouTube Video)
Pat Hawley, PE, PTOE, raSmith

(22) Access Management: A Property Owners Perspective  (YouTube Video)
Hans Zietlow, Kwik Trip, Inc.

(23) Access Management on Small Commercial Sites
Chris Huffman, PE, Huffman Corridor Consulting

 

SESSION 4

(24) MnDOT Access Management Manual Update: Science Fights for Auto Safety
Tod Sherman, Minnesota DOT

(25) Application of Access Management in Tennessee
Jason Oldham, PE, Tennessee DOT

(26) Influence of Frontage Road Access Points Relative to X-ramps vs. Traditional Ramps and their Entry and Exit Gores with Focus on Safety Performance
Karen Dixon, Texas A&M University

(27) AM Techniques to Reduce Wrong-Way Driving on Freeways and Divided Highways
Huaguo Zhou, Auburn University

(28) Handling Unusual Access Management Situations (Flash Presentation)
Drew Jelinski, Wisconsin DOT

(29) City of Milwaukee Streetcar Project (Flash Presentation)
Jeff Polenske, PE, City of Milwaukee, WI

 

TRB Access Management Committee Meeting

Reception
Access Management: The Musical 

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 2018

 

SESSION 5

(30) Attorney Roundtable on Current Access Case Law and Issues
John Sobotik, Wisconsin DOT
R. Duane Harlow, Wisconsin Department of Justice
Sara Beachy, Axley
Joseph J. Rolling, von Briesen & Roper, s.c.

Moderator: Jim Thiel

 

Local Government Access Management Track (YouTube Playlist)

(31) Welcome and Program Overview
Bob Fasick, Wisconsin DOT

(32) Introduction to Access Management Principles (Flash Presentation)
Brad Strader, AICP, PTP, MKSK Studios   

(33) Access Management Culture (Planning) (Flash Presentation)
Tom Beekman, Wisconsin DOT

(41) Municipal Access Management Implementation (Flash Presentation)
David Hansen, PE, PTOE, City of Green Bay, WI
Michael Hardy, PE, PTOE, City of Appleton, WI

(42) MPO Involvement (Flash Presentation)
Charles Wade, AICP, CTP, Wisconsin DOT

(43) County Access Control (Flash Presentation)
Pamela Dunphy, PE, Dane County Hwy Dept

(44) Legal Foundations of Access Management and Identifying Access Controls  (Flash Presentation)
John Sobotik, Wisconsin DOT

(51) Access Management Standards (Flash Presentation)
David Stertz, PE, Wisconsin DOT

(52) University Avenue - Madison: Project Case Study  (Flash Presentation)
Yang Tao, PhD, PE, City of Madison, WI Aaron Steger, PE, KL Engineering

(53) Roundabouts and Corridor Development, County Highway ID, Mt. Horeb, WI (Flash Presentation)
Josh Straka, PE, Strand Associates

(58) Model Access Management Regulations for Local Governments (Flash Presentation)
Kristine Williams, CUTR, University of South Florida

(59) Access Permitting  (Flash Presentation)
Bob Fasick, Wisconsin DOT

(60) Wrap Up, Review, and Q&A (Part of 59)
Bob Fasick, Wisconsin DOT

 

SESSION 6

(34) AM Visualization Tools
Kristine Connolly, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Frank Broen, Teach America
Stuart Samberg, Chair, TRB AM Research Subcommittee

(35) Setback and Access Management: WisDOT TRANS 233 Experience
Drew Jelinski, Wisconsin DOT

(36) Applying Access Management at the Local Level: Examples from the Great Lakes Region
Brad Strader, AICP PTP, MKSK Studios
Charles Wade, AICP, CTP, Wisconsin DOT

(37) Access Management at Interchanges
Gary Sokolow, Florida DOT

(38) Access vs. Mobility: Managing Roadway Systems for Functionality and Safety
Jeffrey Emerson, Wisconsin DOT

(39) Three Components to a Successful Access Design: Working Together with Local Govts
David Nielsen, PE, Wisconsin DOT
Rodney Hamilton, PE, Wisconsin DOT

(40) Monona Drive Case Study: Utilizing Access Management Tools
Thomas Lynch, PE, PTOE, City of Madison, WI & Eric Hanson, PE, Strand Associates

 

SESSION 7

(45) Complete Streets
Gary Sokolow, Florida DOT

(46) NCHRP 03-120 and the Multimodal Access Management Guide
Kristine Connolly, Kittelson & Associates, Inc

(47) Evaluating Safety Impacts of Access Management Using The Surrogate Safety Assessment Model (SSAM)
Grant Schultz, PhD, PE, PTOE Brigham Young University

(48) Installation of Medians to ReplaceTwo-Way Left Turn Lanes: Economic Impacts
Chris Cunningham, ITRE, North Carolina State University

(49) Installation of Medians to Replace Two-Way Left Turn Lanes: Engaging the Business Community
Kristine Williams, CUTR

(50) Bluemound Road Case Study: Access Management
Susan Voight, Wisconsin DOT Pat Hawley, PE, PTOE, raSmith

 

SESSION 8

(54) Ethics and Access Management (This presentation was not recorded by request of the author)
Howard Rosen, PhD

(55) Roundabouts and Access Management
Ben Wilkinson, Ourston – MSA Professional Services, Inc.

(56) Roundabouts and Access in Wisconsin  
Kevin Kuhlow, PE, Ayres Associates

(57) Analysis of Before and After Crash Data at Roundabouts with Access Modifications in Wisconsin
Andrea Bill, University of Wisconsin – Madison

 

THURSDAY JULY 19

 

SESSION 9

(61) Link of Vulnerable Road User Crashes to Roadway Access and Land Use Features in Central Florida
Wei Zhang, FHWA

(62) Design and Access Management for Trucks
Ingrid Potts, MRIGlobal

(63) WisDOT Highway Access Management System (HAMS)
Rita Lybek, Wisconsin DOT          

(64) Unconventional Highway Access
Bob Fasick, PE, Wisconsin DOT

(65) Managing ATV Access on State Highways
Jeff Emerson, Wisconsin DOT

(66) Managing ATV Access on All Roads Roundtable:
Gary Eddy, Wisconsin DNR; Reg
Gill, Lafayette County Sheriff’s Dept; Jason King,
City of Darlington Police Dept; Adam Harden and
Rob McConnell, Wisconsin ATV Association;
Dennis Pelock, Crawford County Hwy Dept

(67) Do Property Owners Assume Liabilities and Duties When They Have a Driveway?  (YouTube Video)
Ernest Alvino Jr Esq, Hoffman DiMuzio

(68) Circulation Within and Between Developments
Art Baumann, PE, Wisconsin DOT

(69) The Value of Access to Commercial Property
Chris Huffman, PE, Huffman Corridor Consulting

 

SESSION 10

(70) Student Poster Awards 

(71) Access Management Research Needs Discussion
Stuart Samberg, Chair, TRB Access Management Research Subcommittee      

(72) The Future of Access Management Roundtable
Michael Roach, Wisconsin DOT, Karen Dixon, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Kristine Williams, Center for Urban Transportation Research, University of South Florida, Phillip Demosthenes, Phillip B. Demosthenes, LLC, Stuart Samberg, Chair, TRB Access Management Research Subcommittee, Gary Sokolow, Florida DOT                

(73) Conference Wrap-up and Final Discussion
Marc Butorac, Senior Principal Engineer, Kittelson & Associates, Inc., Chair − TRB Standing Committee on Access Management (AHB70)
Michael Roach, Wisconsin DOT, Chair, TRB National Conference on Access Management Subcommittee     

Last update 7/26/2018 - All presentations available on YouTube, and Track C also as Flash/HTML5 presentions

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