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2018 Monthly Webinar Series - Bundle of 12

Webinar: Conflict Resolution: Good Sidepath Design

4/4/2019 » 4/6/2019
Mid-Atlantic Greenways & Trail Summit

Monthly webinar: November
Conflict Resolution:
Good Sidepath Design

Wednesday, November 14 at 3:00 p.m. EDT 

Presenters will summarize the findings of a recent safety analysis of sidepaths in Michigan. The summary of these crash trends helped inform the development of a guide for the design of sidepaths. This design process integrates the highest quality of sidepath design into the variety of MDOT project proposals, ranging from minor roadway modifications to full‐depth reconstruction. This eight‐step design process provides guidance for a designer to rate the highest quality segment and crossing facilities. In addition, the project included the development of concise, user‐friendly educational materials to help drivers, bicyclists, and designers address the common sidepath crash types and improve bicyclist and pedestrian safety. This webinar will also provide a summary of the shared use and sidepath design recommendations from the upcoming AASHTO guide.

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APBP Project Spotlight

Western Washington University:

Viking eBike Pilot Project 

Western Washington University

We used grant funds to pilot a two year electric assist bike project. The goal was to introduce the campus community to e-bikes. We are advocating for e-bikes to be part of our campus fleet. Ride on!

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