Engineering workshops

Each year we typically host 1-2 workshop series aimed at engineers. These usually come with professional development hour (pdh) credits.


Low-Cost Safety Improvements

August 7th - Genesee County
August 8th - Oneida County
August 9th - Greene County







The cost to attend an engineering workshop is normally $75.00, PDH credit hours are an additional $20.00.

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August 7th - Genesee County

Genesee County Emergency Services Building
7690 State Street
Batavia, NY


August 8th - Oneida County

Oneida County Cooeprative Extension Auditorium
121 Second Street
Oriskany, NY


August 9th - Greene County

Agroforestry Resource Center/Greene CCE
6055 Route 23
Acra, NY


Course Information

Instructor: Ted Green, PE

Ted Greene, P.E.  is a Program Engineer at the New Jersey Local Technical Assistance Program (NJ LTAP). He provides Americans with Disabilities Act training as it relates to the public right-of-way and other transportation related subjects. Ted presents ADA courses with the FHWA Resource Center staff in several states and has been a trainer for the FHWA Designing Pedestrian Facilities for Accessibility Train-the-Trainer.



This course is designed to help local road agencies, engineers and public works personnel reduce the incident of traffic crashes through the application of practical low cost "best safety practices" geared to local/rural roads. Many of these best practices feature the efficient use of traffic control devices and can be incorporated into routine day-to-day activities.


Topics covered
• Making roads safer, separating myths from reality
• How to read a road
• The U in the MUTCD
• Safer horizontal curves
• Safer roadsides
• Safer intersections
• Safety for pedestrians
• Systemic approach to safety
• Inspection and maintenance of traffic control devices
• Is your old road ready for today’s car?



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