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Pavement Friction for Safety

Posted: 1/23/2024

WEBINAR: January 25, 2024, 10:00AM - 11:30AM PT [CLOSED]

The National Center for Rural Road Safety and NLTAPA Safety Work Group are hosting a FREE 90-minute webinar entitled Pavement Friction for Safety, on Thursday January 25th from 10:00 to 11:30am Pacific.

Join these presenters to learn about the use of pavement friction data for winter operations, as well as how to collect pavement friction data using a 3D laser imaging approach.

Register now to receive more details; instructions on how to access
the webinar will be sent after your registration is confirmed

This Event is Closed

National Center for Rural Road Safety

NCRRS is a premier center of excellence for training, education, resources, and technical assistance on rural road safety.

It provides coordinated, multidisciplinary, scalable, and accessible safety resources to rural communities to accelerate road safety improvements and save lives.

Pavement Friction

Friction is a key pavement characteristic that affects how vehicles interact with the roadway, including crashes.

Measuring, monitoring, and maintaining pavement friction—especially at locations where vehicles are frequently turning, slowing, and stopping—can prevent many roadway departure, intersection, and pedestrian crashes.

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California LTAP Center

Phone: (562) 985-2872