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KDOT Transportation Safety Conference

 

Hyatt Regency Wichita
Wichita, Kansas
Monday­–Wednesday, April 3–5, 2017

Learn the latest developments in topics including: distracted driving for emergency responders, traffic incident management (TIM), data-driven safety and more. View the full agenda here.

The annual Transportation Safety Conference is designed to share timely topics of interest and updated information from all facets of the transportation safety community. The program features breakout sessions on injury control, law enforcement, youth issues, and roadway safety. Participants can receive up to 9.5 contact hours of instruction. Attendees include law enforcement personnel, court professionals, state and local government officials, engineers, safety advocates, EMT and EMS workers, teen drivers, educators and counselors, and special interest group representatives.

Overview of Traffic Safety Conference

Pre-conference workshops are offered Monday, April 3. Workshops are either three or six hours in length, with traffic safety topics primarily focused on law enforcement, emergency management, incident management and child passenger safety.

Conference schedule: Tuesday will include three concurrent sessions, each an hour long. Wednesday includes an hour-long concurrent session and a 90-minute concurrent session.

Bookmark this page and check back for additional information and for registration.

Sponsored by University of Kansas Professional & Continuing Education and a federal grant through the Kansas Department of Transportation.

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