Alexandre Nolet, Giffin Koerth’s Road Safety & Rail Safety Senior Associate, will be presenting at the 2016 Association Québécoise des Transports (AQTR) conference on Tuesday, April 12.
Alex will discuss the implications of the new Rail Grade Crossing Regulations of Transport Canada.
To learn more about Giffin Koerth’s Rail Safety service, click here. To contact Alex Nolet, please call 416-368-1700.
Alexandre Nolet, B.Sc., M.Eng., P.Eng., has over seven years of experience in the transportation consulting industry where his focus has been on road safety, collision analysis, traffic operations, and risk management. At Giffin Koerth, Alexandre provides expert opinions in relation to transportation facility design, operations, and maintenance. Alexandre has been involved in several in-service road safety reviews and road safety audits for various road jurisdictions throughout Ontario and Quebec. Alexandre has gained a strong knowledge of quantitative collision analysis methods to assess the level of risk and the likelihood of collisions occurring on a road network. He has developed mathematical models (safety performance functions) to predict the average number of collisions per year at a location as a function of exposure (traffic volume) and roadway/intersection characteristics (e.g., number of lanes, road environment, traffic control, and presence of a median), and conducted network screening analyses for multiple road authorities in Ontario and Quebec. Within the industry, Alexandre has published papers and presented at several large national and international conferences. He is a member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), the Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals (CARSP) and the Association Québécoise des Transports (AQTR).