Mark Teague, PE, CPM
Owner and Principal J M Teague Engineering & Planning
When: Aug 31, 2021
11:30am – 1:30pm
Where: Land of Sky Regional Council, 339 New Leicester Hwy Suite 140
Asheville, NC 28806
WTS (Advancing Women in Transportation) & JMTE are offering a presentation that provides a quick overview of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices including regulatory signs, warning signs, guide signs, pavement markings, traffic signals, work zone safety, traffic calming, bicycle facilities, wayfinding, and railroad crossings. This course will explain how to understand and follow the Manual and explain the legal backing behind the MUTCD and the consequences of not using it.
We will unpack several real-life litigation cases from the Southeastern United States cases involving non-compliant MUTCD usage. Forensic findings, discoveries, and production requests for both plaintiff and defendant will be discussed as will the arguments from both sides of the cases. Participants will be provided information on what forensic engineers look for when researching MUTCD related cases to help reduce their exposure to litigation and what to do in the event of a lawsuit.
Please register here: WTS, Asheville, NC – Southeast Region
This presentation does not provide legal advice and no attorneys will be presenting.
As one of the sponsors of the STEM Camp Scholarship program, JMTE congratulates the three 2021 scholarship winners who will each receive a $250 STEM Camp Scholarship from the WTS Western NC Chapter. All three young women are in 7th grade at Montford North Star Academy in Asheville, North Carolina.
Ava Baggett will be attending North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Summer Accelerator: Environmental Explorations.
Chloe Jackson will be attending North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Summer Accelerator: Biotechnology.
Eliza Jackson will be attending North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Summer Accelerator: Environmental Explorations.
Not all Traffic Impact Analyses (TIA) are a walk in the park; but they can be a great learning tool for everyone.Add Your Heading Text Here
We are pleased that the NCDOT has selected one of JMTE’s TIA to help highlight the complexity and sometimes controversial elements around Traffic Impact Analysis and how it affects the client and the community. We would like to thank the NCDOT for allowing us to participate in this continuing education process. The TIA chosen represents one of the more complicated and involved projects in the first years of JMTE.
JMTE’s Senior Transportation Planner Kenny Armstrong has earned his AICP Certification.
The American Institute of Certified Planners provides the only nationwide, independent verification of planners’ qualifications. Certified planners pledge to uphold high standards of practice, ethics, and professional conduct and keep their skills sharp and up to date by continuously pursuing advanced professional education. “AICP” is shorthand for education, experience, breadth of knowledge, ethical practice, and commitment to the planning profession.
Kenny continues to add to his portfolio of knowledge which ultimately improves the services we offer our clients and the community.
As you send your children off to school know that JMTE is here to help keep them safe.
NCDOT has prequalified JMTE to provide School Safety Operations Studies. We have worked with several NC Public Charter Schools to improve safety and traffic operations. Other services of interest to schools include:
· traffic control plans (for events),
· traffic calming,
· accident analysis,
· pavement marking and signing plans,
· parking lot design,
· driveway permits,
· maintenance condition assessment surveys,
· speed studies,
· traffic & pedestrian signal design,
· flagger training (for crossing guards), and
· public engagement.