September 2018

Coming Soon- National Roundabouts Week (September 17-21)

***From FHWA***

I’m pleased to share that we’re moving ahead with the first National Roundabouts Week!  It will take place the third week of September (17th-21st).  The purpose of NRW will be to raise awareness about roundabouts and to provide a national platform to share the successes that state, local and tribal transportation agencies have had with them.

This will be a social media driven campaign.  FHWA will leverage our social media channels, seeding conversations (and hashtags) that will revolve around the following themes and topics, which we hope will then inspire you and your peers from around the country to add your own stories and experiences – and perhaps some great photos or videos as well:

•    Roundabouts to save lives and prevent injuries
•    Basic rules of the road at roundabouts
•    Dispelling common roundabout myths
•    Interesting roundabout trivia
•    Highlighting successful roundabouts from around the U.S.
•    Recognizing new roundabouts opening during or around NRW

We will be sharing this “heads-up” announcement with our partners and stakeholders who may be interested in contributing in their own ways to the success of this campaign, including AASHTO, ITE, TRB, IIHS, AAA, APWA, ATSSA, ASCE, NLTAPA, NSC and others.  Please feel free to share this with your own state, local or tribal contacts.  We certainly encourage everyone to consider their own localized activities for NRW!

If you don’t already, be sure to friend FHWA on Facebook, subscribe to our YouTube channel, and follow us on Twitter (@USDOTFHWA).

Also, feel free to contact me with any questions you might have about this campaign.

Looking forward to a fun and exciting National Roundabouts Week!


Jeffrey Shaw, PE, PTOE, PTP
Intersections Program Manager
FHWA Office of Safety
(202) 738-7793

***End FHWA Message***

Visit our Corporate Partners by clicking on their ads!

Coming Soon! National Roundabouts Week (September 17-21)

September 20th Webinar: Registration Open EDC-5 Project Bundling Orientation

Meet Staci- YOUR New Conference and Membership Manager

PPRA Launches

Update from Executive Director Kevan Stone- September 2018

Update from President Rich Sanders- September 2018 

FHWA Announces new Training Program with AASHTO

NACo's Annual Conference Yields New 2nd Vice-President, Transportation Policy Committee Chairman

Beyer Appointed NACo Transportation Steering Committee Vice-Chair

83rd Annual NACo Conference Update

NACE Update from President Rich Sanders- July/August 2018

Congrats Scott! Recipient of the David Brand Safety Award

Carl Schoedel Awarded Urban County Engineer of the Year

NACE Recognizes Tom Klasner as Rural Engineer of the Year

Robert Riley Named as Project Manager of the Year

Thank Our Annual Conference Sponsors

NACE Welcomes Kevan Stone as Executive Director

Meet Your New NACE President Rich Sanders

NACE Made Great Strides during Brian Keierleber's Presidency

Happy Tweeting on NACE's New Twitter Page

NACE 2018 in Pictures

Join a NACo Committee to Make a Difference

Empowering Your Engineer

WOTUS Updates included in Trump Regulatory Plan

Committee Leaders Unveil Senate WRDA Bill

House Unveils WRDA Bill

Mohave County, Arizona, Seeks Civil Engineer

Genesee County, Michigan, Seeks Managing Director

Minnehaha County, S.D., Seeks Operations Manager

Beyer Appointed NACo Transportation Steering Committee Vice-Chair

NACo’s Annual Conference Yields New 2nd Vice-President, Transportation Policy Committee Chairman