The goal of this course series is to help learners understand the regulations, foundational scientific concepts, and processes associated with performing highway noise studies that lead to design and construction. The courses in this series provide an overview of highway traffic and construction noise based upon and focused on the FHWA's 23 CFR 772.
The modules in this course focus on public involvement as it relates to noise projects including:
Overview of Public Involvement Programs
Roles and Responsibilities
Tasks by Project Phases
To learn more about public involvement techniques and best practices, participants should explore NHI course 142077.
State Department of Transportation (DOT) staff responsible for project development and review, consultants conducting or reviewing noise studies, and FHWA staff responsible for project oversite. The course is designed not just for those performing noise analyses, but also for those responsible for the review and approval of noise studies and incorporating the results of these studies into design and environmental documents.
If you have questions about this NHI training, please contact NHI at firstname.lastname@example.org or 877.558.6873.