MDOT's "Toward Zero Death" Goal
*PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TIME AND THE LOCATION OF THE SEMINAR ARE DIFFERENT THAN THE USUAL SEMINAR TIME
Toward Zero Deaths (TZD) is a statewide safety campaign based on the national strategy on highway safety intended to influence driver behavior and improve safety. With more than 35,000 fatalities occurring on U.S. highways each year, roadway safety remains one of the most challenging issues facing Michigan, and the nation. Kim will be presenting on MDOT: Bay Region’s safety efforts to move Michigan Toward Zero Deaths.
Kim Zimmer has 20 years of engineering experience. Her engineering background is in design, project management, utility design and inspection, estimating and traffic/safety. Kim has worked for the Michigan Department of Transportation for 17 years. She currently is the Bay Region Traffic, Safety and Operations Engineer and works out of the Saginaw Office. She is responsible for managing the Bay Region’s signal operations, safety program, intelligent transportation projects, work zone mobility, incident management, signing and pavement markings. She graduated from Michigan Technological University with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. She also has her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Central Michigan University. In addition, she holds a Master’s Certificate in Project Management and is a licensed Professional Engineer with the State of Michigan. Kim lives here in Midland and is actively involved in the community.
The lecture qualifies for one professional development hour. CEH certificates are needed for licensed Professional Engineers to maintain their license and certificates will be provided to interested attendees.
Free and open to the public
Light snacks at 6:30 PM while they last
Seminar starts at 7:30 PM