Transit System Security: Design Review

Create a proactive impact on the design review process during design and construction of new facilities, new starts, rehabilitation of existing facilities, or extensions to current systems. Increase safety while and increasing employee and customer security. Develop a greater understanding of the design review process.

  • Prerequisite: Not Listed
  • Training Duration: 22 hours over 2.5 days
  • Training Resources: Tabletop exercises, pretest, final exam


Transportation Safety Institute

Transit Type


Target Audience

General Managers, Safety Directors, Human Resource Personnel, Risk Management Personnel, Operations Personnel, Maintenance Personnel, Transit Security Personnel, Law Enforcement Personnel, Procurement Specialists, SSO Personnel, FTA employees and FTA contractors.

Learning Objectives

  • The project’s big picture
  • Identifying security within the project
  • Security certification process
  • Roles and responsibilities in security
  • Project management view of security
  • The value in value engineering
  • Basis of design – project requirements
  • Principles of Transit Security Design Considerations
  • Preliminary design
  • Design development phases
  • Final design phase and bidding
  • Effective design reviews
  • Construction and closeout
  • Types of contracts

Assessment of Learner Performance

Final exam

Delivery Method

Instructor-led Training

Point of Contact

Jamie McAlvain



Restrictions for Use

Not Listed



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