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Pedestrian Accessibility Course
"An excellent course. Great insight into the needs ... of the pedestrian.” - Idaho DOT participant
Designing Pedestrian Facilities for Accessibility Course (DPFA)

Continuing education credits:

  • CM credits for planners including legal credits
  • PDH for engineers
pedestrians walking on a well-designed sidewalk
This newly updated course includes both classroom and field work designed to increase your understanding of Public Right-of-Way Accessibility Guidelines (PROWAG) and FHWA ADA policies.

Topics include legal policies, sidewalk design, crossings, intersections, curb ramps, construction, maintenance, pedestrian signals, and temporary traffic control. The DPFA course was developed collaboratively with the Federal Highway Administration and the U.S. Access Board.

"Field exercise was an eye opening experience. Excellent use of slides and videos.” - Houston-Galveston Area Council participant
To schedule a course or get more information, contact info (at) apbp (dot) org or call 262-375-6180.
2013 Clients
  • Wisconsin DOT--3 course
  • Louisiana DOTD--4 courses
  • Lake County, Illinois--1 course
  • Springfield, MO--2 courses
2012 Clients
  • New Orleans Regional Planning Commission--2 courses
  • North Country Healthy Heart Network--1 course
  • Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation Center for Transportation Studies Portland State University--1 course
  • Chicago Metropolitan Agency of Transportation--1 course
  • Vermont Agency of Transportation--2 courses
2011 Clients
  • Licking County Area Transportation Study--1 course
  • Michigan Department of Transportation--6 courses
  • Town of Chapel Hill--1 course
  • Institute for Transportation Research & Education, NC State University--2 courses
  • City of Charlotte, North Carolina--2 courses
2010 Clients
  • Idaho Department of Transportation, District 6--1 course
  • Southeast Michigan Council of Governments--2 courses
  • Greensboro MPO, North Carolina--1 course
  • North Carolina DOT, Raleigh--1 course
  • TN Society of Professional Engineers & American Council of Engineering Companies of TN--1 course
  • Michigan Department of Transportation-4 courses
  • Nebraska Department of Roads-2 courses
2009 Clients
  • Southeast Michigan Council of Governments-1 course
  • American Council of Engineering Companies, Michigan-1 course
  • Michigan Department of Transportation-4 courses
2008 Clients
  • Portland State University (IBPI)-2 courses
  • Michigan Department of Transportation-10 courses
  • City of Detroit-1 course
  • Greensboro Metropolitan Planning Organization-2 courses
  • Florida Institute of Consulting Engineers (FICE)-1 course
  • Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning-1 course
  • Washington State DOT-5 courses
  • ACEC, Michigan-2 courses
  • Louisiana Transportation Research Center-1 course
  • City of Bend, Oregon-1 course
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