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Highway Capacity Analysis Virtual Training Series - Signalized Intersections, Urban Streets, Ramp Terminals and Alternative Intersections (HCM6 and HCS7)

This training includes the Streets section of the Highway Capacity Analysis series. This course is for engineering and planning professionals who wish to gain a deeper understanding of Highway Capacity Manual methods and their applications. Upcoming sessions: November 01 and 03-05, 2021, 1-5 PM ET
USD $ 400.00


This course is designed for engineering and planning professionals who wish to gain a deeper understanding of HCM methods and their applications. It is also designed to provide a solid foundation for those who are studying for exams such as PE, FE, or PTOE.

Sessions will include lectures, software demonstrations, and application examples on the HCM 6th Edition procedures. Step-by-step instruction of methodologies, followed by application examples, are presented for different HCM chapters:

  • Intersections
  • Streets
  • Interchanges


Learning outcomes:

  • Understand the scope of HCM analyses
  • Understand analysis inputs and interpret results
  • Use the basics of Highway Capacity Software to perform HCM analyses



  •         HCM 6th Edition and HCS7 Overview
    Day 1 (1:00-3:00 ET)
  •         Unsignalized Intersections (TWSC, AWSC, Roundabouts and Segments)
    Day 3 (1:00-3:00 ET)
    Updated Roundabout Capacity Equations and Geometric Delay
  •         Signalized Intersections, Urban Streets, Ramp Terminals and Alternative Intersections
    Day 3 (3:00-5:00 ET) & Day 4 (1:00-5:00 ET)
    NEMA Phasing, Phase Duration & Multiple-Period Analysis
    Flow Profile, Access Points, Travel Time Reliability & ATDM
    Ramp Terminals and Alternative Intersections (DDI, DLT, RCUT & MUT)
  •         TransModeler SE (HCM Compliant, 3D Animation, Geo-Referencing) (Simulation)
    Day 5 (1:00-3:00 ET)


PDHs provided: 12



Dr. Behzad Aghdashi has over 10 years of professional experience focusing on research in transportation engineering and traffic operations training. his areas of expertise include traffic operations on freeways and surface streets, simulation analysis, software development, and mathematical optimization. Through several research projects, he developed methods for the Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) to evaluate the operational conditions of freeway facilities. He has delivered numerous training and workshops related to the HCM material for academia as well as the professional society. Presently, Dr. Aghdashi serves as a member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) standing committee on Highway Capacity and Quality of Service that oversees the content of HCM. He is currently serving as the director of McTrans center.

Dr. Fabio Sasahara is the Outreach and Training Lead at McTrans Center at University of Florida, having taught several training sessions on HCM and HCS courses. He has extensive experience on applying and developing new HCM methods. At McTrans Center, he has held several training sessions on Highway Capacity Analysis and workshops on the use of HCS.  He is also actively involved with the Highway Capacity and Quality of Service Committee at TRB, where he currently serves as the User Liaison Lead.



During checkout under "Special Instructions", please indicate the date you have selected to attend and let us know if you will need a time-limited version of HCS for this course. You can also send an email to mctrans@ce.ufl.edu with your selected date.

Registrations will be limited to the first fifteen to ensure questions and discussion can be managed appropriately. Individual registrations are required. 

For multiple registrations from the same agency or company on a single transaction, the fee is discounted 20% at $320 per person.

If you cannot pay by credit card, click here for a printable registration form.

Cancellation Policy:

A full refund will be issued if request is received in writing three weeks before the course starts. $25.00 processing fee retained if written cancellation is received three workings before the course starts. NO refund given after that date except in the event the workshop is canceled. Failure to attend does not constitute cancellation. In the event the workshop is canceled a full refund will be returned, but the University is not responsible for non-refundable travel fares or lodging deposits.