2018 American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) National Conference

May 17, 2018 - May 20, 2018

The Westin Cleveland Downtown | 777 Saint Clair Ave. NE Cleveland, OH 44114

This annual conference celebrates the 60th anniversary of ASHE. Join us, and hear from our Transportation thought leaders who present Friday, May 18 with our City of Newark, OH partners (3:15 - 4:45 p.m.).

Join more than 500 Transportation officials, government and members of the academic community at the 2018 ASHE National Conference — commemorating the 60th anniversary of the organization that seeks to promote a safe, efficient and sustainable transportation system.

This year’s annual conference features exciting speakers, carefully curated technical sessions, guest tours and an exhibition hall. Meet other professionals in your specialty area and share stories of innovation related to the transportation industry.

As a silver level sponsor, OHM Advisors is proud to help promote a safe, efficient and sustainable transportation system through education, innovation and fellowship.

Don’t miss your opportunity to glean insight from our award-winning project team of industry thought leaders:


3:15 – 4:45 p.m. | Session 2

Circles on the Square: Mini-Roundabouts and Road Diets in the Central Business District

Join our own Aaron Call, PE, Principal and Ohio Engineering Manager, along with the City of Newark’s Nick Schultz, PE, Division of Engineering, and Brian Morehead, PE City Engineer, for an exploration of how an infrastructure project allowed City officials to rethink the pedestrian and vehicular experience through reconfiguring the roadway network, implementing new sidewalks and streetscape elements, and incorporating green infrastructure elements.

Learn how an innovative planning and design approach resulted in a more pedestrian and business-friendly downtown through the application of improved traffic patterns. This engaging discussion will delve into the background, investigations of alternatives, results, implications, and lessons learned from installing the first mini roundabouts in Ohio.

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