IHSDM is a suite of software analysis tools for evaluating safety and operational effects of geometric design decisions. The new IHSDM 2014 Release (v. 10.0.0; September 2014) includes a Crash Prediction Module (CPM) that implements draft Highway Safety
Manual (HSM) Part C Predictive Methods for freeway segments and interchanges (freeway ramps, collector-distributor roads, and ramp terminals); as well as 1st Ed. HSM methods for two-lane rural highways, multilane rural highways, and urban and suburban arterials.
IHSDM also includes five other safety evaluation modules applicable to rural two-lane highways: Policy Review, Design Consistency, Intersection Review, Traffic Analysis, and Driver/Vehicle. www.fhwa.dot.gov/research/tfhrc/projects/safety/comprehensive/ihsdm/index.cfm
NHI delivers Web-conference Training to you!
The IHSDM course is a training that gives participants the opportunity to use the IHSDM software tools to evaluate and analyze highway designs.
The delivery format consists of 4 live Web Conference Trainings (WCT), which participants are required to attend. In between Web-conferences, participants must complete self-paced assignments.