Design of Signalized Intersections
Course Description:


This course will discuss traffic signal design elements, MUTCD standards, visibility distance, position of signal poles and signal displays, geometric features, pedestrian timing and accessibility, flash operation, phasing, preparing signal timing sheets. This training will also discuss the components shown on traffic signal drawings as well as NEMA phase sequences, detection types, detector placement, emergency vehicle pre-emption, railway pre-emption, and design considerations for future needs (e.g. bicycles, LRT, AVs) will be introduced.


Ousama (Sam) Shebeeb, P. Eng., is a Traffic Signal Engineer. He has over 20 years of traffic signal design and operation experience from working for several road authorities in North America. He received a Masters of Science in Civil Engineering and Masters in City and Regional Planning both degrees from the University of Texas at Arlington. He is a member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers and a member of the International Municipal Signal Association.

Course Length:

3 Hours

There are currently no scheduled sections. Please contact the Program Coordinator to discuss options. 
 Alyssa Mercadante 352.273.1687

Credit Hours

3 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

0.3 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)