Urban and regional development projects, such as malls, housing, schools and commercial establishments, have already been established to have remarkable impacts on the transportation system and its environment. It is necessary to evaluate the significance of traffic-related impacts before the implementation of a proposed development. The TIA process allows these future impacts to be planned for and mitigated. TIA is now being required by some local governments and national agencies for some developments before its approval. This training will give an overview of the TIA process and discuss the contents of a TIA report.
City/Municipal planner, City/Municipal engineer, traffic engineer, transportation planner, local and national government personnel involved in transportation and related functions and TIA would-be evaluators.
At the end of the training, the participants will be able:
1. To appreciate traffic impact assessment
2. To understand the principles and steps in conducting a TIA
3. To apply the TIA Report checklist in evaluating traffic impact assessment report; and
4. To assess suitability of recommended measures to mitigate traffic impact.
Module 1. Fundamentals of Traffic Impact Assessment
Module 2. The Traffic Impact Assessment Report: Familiarization with the Components
Module 3. Transport Planning: Trip Generation and Distribution
Module 4. Transport Planning: Mode Split and Route Assignment
Module 5. Traffic Engineering Analysis: Determination of Level of Service (LOS)
Module 6. Transport and Traffic Survey for Traffic Impact Assessment
Module 7. Transport Systems Management (TSM) and Travel Demand Management (TDM)
Module 8. Preparing Traffic Impact Assessment Evaluators Checklist
Module 9. Institutionalization of Traffic Impact Assessment
Workshop – Applying the Checklist
Php 7,500 per person, inclusive of training kit, course materials, certificate with holder, lunch, and snacks. Please make cheque payable to UP National Center for Transportation Studies Foundation, Inc. (UPNCTSFI).
Minimum Degree Requirement
Bachelor’s Degree. Preferably attended the Traffic Administration Course.