Friday, Jan. 9, 2009
K-STATE OFFERING COURSES IN TRAFFIC ASSISTANCE SERVICES FOR KANSAS
MANHATTAN -- Kansas State University and the University of Kansas, in cooperation with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Federal Highway Administration and the Kansas Department of Transportation, are offering courses in traffic assistance services for Kansas.
Locations and courses include:
Hays -- Traffic Engineering for Technicians, Jan. 14; and Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Technicians, Jan. 15.
Hutchinson -- Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Technicians, March 17; Geometric Design of Very Low-Volume Local Roads, March 18; and Use of Traffic Control Devices to Improve Highway Safety, March 19.
Salina -- Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Technicians, May 19.
Continuing education units are available for all course offerings.
Course instructors include Robert W. Stokes, professor of civil engineering at K-State; Thomas E. Mulinazzi, professor of civil engineering at the University of Kansas; and Lynn Berges, traffic safety engineer at the Kansas Department of Transportation.
To register, contact the K-State Division of Continuing Education at 785-532-5569 or 1-800-432-8222, or register online at http://www.dce.k-state.edu/conf/task