Request for Proposals - 2013 and 2014 Professional Development Webinars
Download the 2013 - 2014 Request for Proposal (Guidelines and Submission Form)
Since 2008, APBP has presented monthly webinars on a wide range of topical bicycle and pedestrian subjects. These one-hour sessions reach a wide audience of agency staff, consultants and advocates. APBP's webinars help to build and strengthen teams in many communities while delivering expertise for sustainable transportation. (View 2012 and earlier webinars here.)
APBP invites proposals for webinar presentations in 2014, and for topics scheduled in the 2013 monthly series.* Proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis and you will be notified within 45 days of your submission. Webinar topics and dates for 2013 include:
||From Paint to Preform: Getting the Most from Pavement Markings|
||Getting Better Data for Better Decisions: Improving Performance Measures and Outcomes|
||Integrating Spatial Data to Develop Community Priorities|
||Using Photo-enforcement to Improve Pedestrian Safety|
||Is There Safety in Numbers for Cyclists and Pedestrians?|
||Integrating Equity into Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning|
Please use our RFP form to submit your proposal. After reviewing your proposal, APBP may ask you to modify it to meet the specific objectives of the webinar. APBP may accept the proposal whole or in part, depending on how the Webinar Proposal Review team develops the webinar's content. Presentations must be evidence-based; innovative approaches that have achieved measurable results are most desirable. Please review our guidelines and submit APBP's Webinar Proposal Form (see last two pages).
for the monthly webinar series are selected each summer for the following year
(i.e., topics for 2014 will be chosen in mid-2013). APBP may also choose to add
webinar sessions during the current year that aren’t part of the monthly
series. If you have an idea for a topic not already programmed, please submit a
not accept webinar topics intended purely to promote commercial products. Products
may be mentioned during a presentation only if relevant to the topic and
broadly useful to communities seeking to increase bicycling and walking for transportation.
APBP staff will gladly work with interested suppliers to develop product
webinars targeted toward professionals.