Roundabout seminar in Phoenix
Training Seminars & Workshops:
March 26th-27th - Phoenix, Arizona
March 26-27:
Roundabout Specialist, Scott Ritchie, President of Roundabouts and Traffic Engineering, will be presenting a one and a half day workshop titled "Designing and Implementing Roundabouts" on March 26th and March 27th in Phoenix, Arizona. This workshop will immediately follow the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Technical Conference. As an ADOT sponsored program, the workshop will include guest speakers from ADOT and has a limited number of seats at no charge to public jurisdictions since the workshop is sponsored by ADOT. Please click here or call us at 928-284-0366 for more details.
October 30th-31st - Teleconference
October 30:
Mr. Scott Ritchie has been asked to present on a Live National Teleconference regarding Roundabouts: Planning, Design Principles, and Current Practices. Education Services, known for their facilitation of National Experts in Continuing Education and Training to worldwide audiences, will also publish Roundabouts & Traffic Engineering's material in their bookstore. Divisional directors searched for the most highly recommended and knowledgeable instructor of Modern Roundabouts in the United States and asked Mr. Ritchie to present live for 90 minutes. For registration or more information click here.
October 8th-9th - Saint Louis, Missouri
October 8:
Scott Ritchie has been asked to present on Roundabout Planning and Design at the Transportation Engineering Association of Metropolitan St. Louis (TEAM Conference) as the Feature Speaker and Feature Presentation. The TEAM Conference is hosted by the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT), Saint Louis County, and the City of Maryland Heights. Hopefully, we will see you there! If you have any questions regarding registration, please e-mail jdugan@cbbtraffic.com.
May 18th-21st - Kansas City, Missouri
May 18-21:
Along with many of the world's top Roundabout Professionals, Scott Ritchie will present several publications and training seminars at a three day conference known as the "National Roundabout Conference" held by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) in Kansas City, Missouri. The last event had over 400 attendees and representatives from over 15 countries world-wide.

Scott Ritchie will present at the National Roundabout Conference on the following topics:
1. Thinking Through Roundabout Design
2. Roundabout Design Guides in Practice
3. Defining Stages of Roundabout Design Plan

To view the preliminary program put together by the Transportation Research Board, which shows the schedule of the presenters at the event, please click here.
January 15th-17th - Dallas, Texas
January 15-17:
Scott Ritchie will be hosting a roundabout training seminar in Dallas, Texas on January 15, 16, & 17. This course is applicable to a wide range of people with varying professions and skill levels including Government Officials, State Engineers, City Planners and Engineers, Civil and Traffic Engineers, Consulting Planners and Engineers, Project Managers, Project Engineers, Drafting Technicians, and the like. Whether the person is new to roundabouts or a seasoned roundabout designer, this workshop has the design details to provide excellent training to all skill levels. Please click the following link for the Roundabout Training Brochure.
August 29th-31st - Prescott, Arizona
August 29-31:
As a celebration of opening our new office in Sedona, Arizona, Scott Ritchie will be hosting a roundabout training seminar in Prescott, AZ at the Prescott Resort & Conference Center on August 29, 30, & 31st. Please send all registration forms and fees to RTE's new mailing address at 20 Crimson Vista Lane, Sedona, Arizona 86351. Click here for the Roundabout Training Brochure.
March 27th-29th - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
March 27-29:
Scott Ritchie has been asked by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation to teach a three-day roundabout design training seminar/workshop titled "Designing & Implementing Roundabouts" in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on March 27, 28 & 29. WisDOT and SEH are co-sponsors of this design training course, which will be held at the Milwaukee Marriot West, W231 N1600 Corporate Court, Waukesha, WI 53186 from 7:30am to 5:30pm each day. The seminar will focus on the design principles of modern roundabouts as well as have hands-on design examples with the use of RODEL to evaluate and design modern roundabouts. This course will start with basic principles and cover a range of concerns that must be addressed by modern roundabout designers and reviewers to ensure safe and efficient modern roundabout operations. This three-day seminar and workshop will cover a large range of topics. Please see the following brochure for additional details and REGISTER EARLY to reserve your space!
April 27th-28th - South Shore, Nevada
April 27-28:
Come hear Scott Ritchie speak at the "2006 Nevada Bicycle & Pedestrian Conference" at Caesar's Lake Tahoe on April 27-28 in South Shore, Nevada. Along with several national, state, and local organizations such as the FHWA, Nevada DOT, Idaho DOT, RTC of Nevada, City of Sacramento, the University of Nevada Reno, University of Las Vegas, and others, Mr. Ritchie has been asked by the Nevada Department of Transportation to present at this conference under the title "Roundabout Design Opportunities". Come enjoy the networking dinner cruise on Lake Tahoe after the conference. For further information, please visit bicyclenevada.com.
April 5th-6th - Minneapolis, Minnesota
April 5-6:
Scott Ritchie will be presenting for the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) at the "Minnesota Roundabout Conference" at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Click here to download a copy of the registration form.

Scott Ritchie has been selected with several teams by the MnDOT for an exclusive award of pre-qualified and state-wide on-call roundabout services. Along with other local civil engineering firms in Minnesota such as Stonebrooke Engineering and Short Elliott Hendrickson (SEH), RTE qualified in all four of the required categories: (1) Low Demand Single Lane Roundabouts, (2) High Demand Single Lane Roundabouts, (3) Multi-Lane Roundabouts, and (4) Roundabout Design Training/Presentations and Roundabout Guidelines / Policy for the state.
October 11th-13th - Los Angeles, California
October 11-13:
Scott Ritchie will be teaching a three-day seminar titled "Designing and Implementing Roundabouts" which will emphasize on the design principles and use of a popular computer program RODEL to evaluate and design modern roundabouts. This course will start with basic principles and cover a range of concerns that must be addressed by modern roundabout designers to ensure safe and efficient operation while operating at capacity. This three-day seminar and workshop will cover the following topics: design principles and elements, when and where they are useful, capacity analysis, size and capacity, policy considerations, planning, operation, safety, lighting, signing, landscaping, system integration, pedestrians, bicycles, and public acceptance.
August 23rd-25th - Bishop, California
August 23-25:
Scott Ritchie held a 3 day training seminar for the California Department of Transportation at the Caltrans office in Bishop, California.
May 22nd-25th - Vail, Colorado
May 22-25:
Along with many of the world's top Roundabout Professionals, Scott Ritchie presented several publications and training seminars at a three day conference known as the "National Roundabout Conference" held by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) in Vail, Colorado. This event had over 400 attendees and representatives from over 15 world countries.

Scott Ritchie presented at the National Roundabout Conference on the following topics:
1. Multi-lane Roundabout Design
2. Roundabout Signing Guide
3. Roundabouts with High Speed Approaches

To view the publications, presentations, and listen to Scott Ritchie speak on multilane roundabout design, please visit the Transportation Research Board's new website "TRB Teach America".
May 20th-21st - Denver, Colorado
May 20-21:
Scott Ritchie assisted many of the world's top Roundabout Design Professionals with instruction at a two day seminar entitled "Roundabout Design Training using RODEL and UK Design Methods". Click here For more information on this seminar.
March 15th-17th - Phoenix, Arizona
March 15-17:
Scott Ritchie presented an "Introduction and Advanced Modern Roundabout Design" seminar and workshop in Phoenix, Arizona. It was held and funded by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Please contact Patricia Bravo with ADOT to obtain more information and register for the course.

This three-day program consisted of a one-day Introduction to Roundabouts that covered the following topics: basic design principals and elements, where they are useful, capacity analysis, roundabout size, policy considerations, planning, operation, safety, lighting, signing, landscaping, system integration, pedestrians, bicycles, and public acceptance.

The next two-day course, Advanced Roundabout Design, emphasized on the design principals and the use of a powerful and popular computer program, RODEL (Roundabout Design Evaluation), to evaluate and design modern roundabouts. This advanced course starts with the design principles and covers a range of concerns that must be addressed by modern roundabout designers to ensure safe and efficient operations while operating at capacity. There is also a hands-on exercise where the students are challenged to complete sketch plans for several roundabout design types.
February 23rd-25th - Evanston, Illinois
February 23-25:
The Center for Public Safety at Northwestern University in Evanston Illinois offered a course on roundabout design from February 23rd - 25th. The instructors were long-time educator Alex Sorton, P.E. of CPS at Northwestern University and Mark Lenters of Roundabouts Canada.
January 4th-6th - Phoenix, Arizona
January 4-6:
Scott Ritchie presented an "Introduction and Advanced Modern Roundabout Design" seminar and workshop in Phoenix, Arizona. It was held and funded by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Please contact Patricia Bravo with ADOT to obtain more information and register for the course.

This three-day program consisted of a one-day Introduction to Roundabouts that covered the following topics: basic design principals and elements, where they are useful, capacity analysis, roundabout size, policy considerations, planning, operation, safety, lighting, signing, landscaping, system integration, pedestrians, bicycles, and public acceptance.

The next two-day course, Advanced Roundabout Design, emphasized on the design principals and the use of a powerful and popular computer program, RODEL (Roundabout Design Evaluation), to evaluate and design modern roundabouts. This advanced course starts with the design principles and covers a range of concerns that must be addressed by modern roundabout designers to ensure safe and efficient operations while operating at capacity. There is also a hands-on exercise where the students are challenged to complete sketch plans for several roundabout design types.
October 6th-8th - Phoenix, Arizona
October 6-8:
Scott Ritchie presented an "Introduction and Advanced Modern Roundabout Design" seminar and workshop in Phoenix, Arizona. It was held and funded by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Please contact Patricia Bravo with ADOT to obtain more information and register for the course.

This three-day program consisted of a one-day Introduction to Roundabouts that covered the following topics: basic design principals and elements, where they are useful, capacity analysis, roundabout size, policy considerations, planning, operation, safety, lighting, signing, landscaping, system integration, pedestrians, bicycles, and public acceptance.

The next two-day course, Advanced Roundabout Design, emphasized on the design principals and the use of a powerful and popular computer program, RODEL (Roundabout Design Evaluation), to evaluate and design modern roundabouts. This advanced course starts with the design principles and covers a range of concerns that must be addressed by modern roundabout designers to ensure safe and efficient operations while operating at capacity. There is also a hands-on exercise where the students are challenged to complete sketch plans for several roundabout design types.
September 28th-30th - Phoenix, Arizona
September 28-30:
Scott Ritchie presented an "Introduction and Advanced Modern Roundabout Design" seminar and workshop in Phoenix, Arizona. It was held and funded by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Please contact Patricia Bravo with ADOT to obtain more information and register for the course.

This three-day program consisted of a one-day Introduction to Roundabouts that covered the following topics: basic design principals and elements, where they are useful, capacity analysis, roundabout size, policy considerations, planning, operation, safety, lighting, signing, landscaping, system integration, pedestrians, bicycles, and public acceptance.

The next two-day course, Advanced Roundabout Design, emphasized on the design principals and the use of a powerful and popular computer program, RODEL (Roundabout Design Evaluation), to evaluate and design modern roundabouts. This advanced course starts with the design principles and covers a range of concerns that must be addressed by modern roundabout designers to ensure safe and efficient operations while operating at capacity. There is also a hands-on exercise where the students are challenged to complete sketch plans for several roundabout design types.
August 11th-13th - Phoenix, Arizona
August 11-13:
Scott Ritchie presented an "Introduction and Advanced Modern Roundabout Design" seminar and workshop in Phoenix, Arizona. It was held and funded by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Please contact Patricia Bravo with ADOT to obtain more information and register for the course.

This three-day program consisted of a one-day Introduction to Roundabouts that covered the following topics: basic design principals and elements, where they are useful, capacity analysis, roundabout size, policy considerations, planning, operation, safety, lighting, signing, landscaping, system integration, pedestrians, bicycles, and public acceptance.

The next two-day course, Advanced Roundabout Design, emphasized on the design principals and the use of a powerful and popular computer program, RODEL (Roundabout Design Evaluation), to evaluate and design modern roundabouts. This advanced course starts with the design principles and covers a range of concerns that must be addressed by modern roundabout designers to ensure safe and efficient operations while operating at capacity. There is also a hands-on exercise where the students are challenged to complete sketch plans for several roundabout design types.
March 31st - April 3rd - Sacramento, California
March 31-3:
Scott Ritchie held a 4 day training seminar with Barry Crown for the Northern Headquarters Section of the California Department of Transportation at the Red Lion Hotel in Sacramento, California. This seminar was open to public registration with nearly 100 people in attendance from around the country.
March 26-27:
Roundabout Specialist, Scott Ritchie, President of Roundabouts and Traffic Engineering, will be presenting a one and a half day workshop titled "Designing and Implementing Roundabouts" on March 26th and March 27th in Phoenix, Arizona. This workshop will immediately follow the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Technical Conference. As an ADOT sponsored program, the workshop will include guest speakers from ADOT and has a limited number of seats at no charge to public jurisdictions since the workshop is sponsored by ADOT. Please click here or call us at 928-284-0366 for more details.