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The Greener Side of Green Streets: Reducing Pavement Footprints
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The Greener Side of Green Streets: Reducing Pavement Footprints

When: Wednesday, July 18, 2012
3:00 to 4:00 pm Eastern
Contact: Debra Goeks

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The Greener Side of Green Streets: Reducing Pavement Footprints

 This webinar will explore how some cities are working to reduce the environmental footprint of their streets while also adding value for bicyclists and pedestrians. Attendees will learn about Portland's Green Street Projects which target improvements to both storm water management and traffic calming through the use of semi-diverters, curb extensions, offset intersections and pervious pavements as components of neighborhood greenways and pocket parks. The session also includes a presentation about Chicago's exciting Sustainable Streets demonstration projects, which use recycled materials, pervious surfaces, reflective pavement coatings, street trees and other treatments to create sustainable streetscapes.

Presenters: Mark Lear, Traffic Safety Program Manager, Portland (Oregon) Bureau of Transportation; Janet Attarian, Project Director, Streetscape and Sustainable Design Program, City of Chicago.


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