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Recorded Webinars

APBP records each webinar presentation for later viewing. This page lists recorded webinars available for purchase in our online store. You may also want to look at our list of free webinars here.

If you're a member of APBP, you may view any webinar recorded more than 12 months ago for free. Click here for details.

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Read a description of all recordings, 2008 - 2010

Access to webinar recordings may be purchased through APBP's online store (the fee is $50 for APBP members/$85 for non-APBP members). When the transaction is complete, you will download a document with clickable links to the recording and the handouts. The recorded file may be viewed multiple times, but not downloaded; handouts and other files may be downloaded and printed. Webinars are 60 minutes except as noted. Click here to purchase a webinar through the online store.

Order recordings directly from APBP's online store or contact us if you want access to one of these presentations:

  • Accessibility in Work Zones (Dec 2011)
  • ADA Compliance: Self-evaluation and Transition Plans (Sep 2011)
  • ADA Transition Plans (Mar 2010)
  • All In: The Value of Investing in Green and Complete Streets (Feb 2014)
  • Best Planning and Engineering Practices for School Zones (May 2014)
  • Best Practices for Maintenance Programs (Mar 2012)
  • Best Practices in Pedestrian Wayfinding (Jan 2013) 90+ minutes
  • Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Design within a Constrained Right of Way (Jun 2011)
  • Bicycle Boulevards and Neighborgood Greenways (Jul 2010)
  • Bicycle Boxes (Dec 2010)
  • Bicycle Parking Best Practices (Apr 2010)
  • Bicycle Sharing Programs (Jan 2011) 90-minute webinar
  • Bicyclists, Pedestrians and Transit (Sep 2010)
  • Bike Signals (May 2013)
  • Building Political Will for Strong Bike/Walk Programs: Effective Use of the Three-Legged Stool Model in Columbia, Mo. (Nov 2009)
  • Calming Arterial Streets (Jun 2014)
  • Complete Streets: State of the Practice (Feb 2011)
  • Connecting with Public Health Professionals on Bicycle and Pedestrian Issues (Dec 2009)
  • The Connection Between Smart Growth and Bicycle/Pedestrian Plans (Nov 2010)
  • Crosswalk Signals, Policies and Design (Jul 2011)
  • Cycle Tracks: Concept and Design Practices (Feb 2010) 90 minutes
  • Design for Cyclist and Pedestrian Comfort (Feb 2014)
  • Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways (Oct 2014)
  • Designing and Retrofitting Bridges for Active Transportation (Aug 2011)
  • Driving Deaths Down: Proven Countermeasures that Work (Feb 2013)
  • Dynamics of Effective Advisory Committees (Mar 2013)
  • E-bikes, Electric Assist Bikes, and Transportation Policy (Nov 2014)
  • Economic Benefits of Walkable and Bike Friendly Communities (Apr 2013)
  • Emerging Technologies for Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning (Jan 2012) 75 minutes
  • FHWA Experimentation for Advancing Best Practices (Oct 2012)
  • From Fast to Safer: Best Practices Where Road Speeds Change (Jul 2014)
  • From Paint to Preform: Getting the Most from Pavement Markings (Jul 2013)
  • Funding Pedestrian and Bicycle Projects (Jan 2010)
  • Getting Better Data for Better Decisions (Aug 2013)
  • Getting Better Outcomes from Public Engagement (Dec 2014)
  • The Greener Side of Green Streets: Reducing Pavement Footprints (Jul 2012)
  • In-street Bicycle Parking: What, When, Where and How Much? (May 2012)
  • Integrating Bicycles with Streetcars (Apr 2011)
  • Integrating Equity into Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning (Dec 2013)
  • Integrating Spatial Data to Develop Community Priorities (Sep 2013)
  • Is There Safety in Numbers for Cyclists and Pedestrians? (Nov 2013)
  • Land Use Planning: Routine Inclusion of Bicycling and Walking in New Developments (Feb 2012) 90 minutes
  • Liability: Understanding and Managing Risk (Sep 2012)
  • Maps that Guide, Encourage and Inform (Nov 2012)
  • Multimodal Level of Service Analysis in the 2010 Highway Capacity Manual (Oct 2011)
  • MUTCD: Bicycle and Pedestrian Signs, Markings and Experiments (Oct 2009)
  • NTPP Update: A Bold Experiment in Four Communities (Apr 2012) 90 minutes
  • Optimize Signals for Pedestrians and Bicyclists (Sep 2014)
  • The Overlooked E: Involving Law Enforcement in Bike/Ped Safety Programs (May 2010)
  • Parking: Buffers, Bikes and Cars (Nov 2011)
  • Pedestrian Safety Assessments: Sharing Lessons Learned from California's New Program (Sep 2009)
  • Policy Promotion: Getting Policy Makers on Board with Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements (Jun 2010)
  • Public Health Benefits of Active Transportation (Apr 2014)
  • Resolving Conflicts at Complex Intersections (Jun 2012)
  • Road Diets (Aug 2010)
  • Roundabout Design for Pedestrians and Bicyclists (Oct 2010)
  • Strategies to Enable Winter Cycling and Walking (Jan 2014)
  • Transform Bicycling and Walking Outside the Urban Context (Aug 2014)
  • Transforming Streets into Inviting Public Spaces (Aug 2012) 75 minutes
  • Understanding the Highway Safety Manual (Mar 2011)
  • Using Photo Enforcement to Improve Pedestrian Safety (Oct 2013)
  • Using Social Media to Improve Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities (May 2011)
  • Wayfinding Options for Cyclists (Dec 2012) 75 minutes
  • What's in There for Me: Mining National Data for Information on Walking and Cycling (Jun 2013)
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