TM 401 is designed to help you understand the principles of traffic monitoring strategies and traffic estimation for road networks.
This includes how data is collected, how to set up a data collection strategy and programme and how to estimate traffic flows across your network using the collected data.
The course materials are the RIMS traffic monitoring guidelines aligned with the IIMM framework and Asset Management Basics handbook.
On completion, learners are awarded a digital badge which can be saved and shared.
This course is a collaboration between IPWEA NZ and Beca.
Who should attend
Those in, or who aspire to, transportation asset management roles.
Typical attendees include
RCA transportation asset managers, consultants and contractors who are responsible for traffic monitoring strategies, programmes and updating network estimates.
- Text, images, video
- Formative assessment
- Case studies
- Summative assessment
This course will develop your understanding of traffic monitoring strategies, the importance of network traffic data, and how to create a traffic count strategy.
- Traffic data and monitoring technology
- Terms and processes
- Building blocks
- Traffic monitoring strategy
Recommended prior learning or equivalent experience
An understanding of the content of the following badges: AM 101, AM 202, AM 203 and AM 204.
- Registrations close 4 business days before end of the month
- If you are registering other people, you must use each person’s individual email address for the registration.
When you register you will receive a confirmation email. Then, within a few days of the course starting, you will receive an email with everything you'll need to know to get started - including how to access the course.