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Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals

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APBP is a community of practitioners working to create more walkable, bikeable places. We foster peer knowledge sharing, advance technical expertise, and support the professional development of our members.

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6/19/2019
Webinar: Finding Common Ground with First Responders

6/19/2019 » 12/25/2019
2019 Monthly Webinar Series - Bundle of 12

7/17/2019
Webinar: Return on Investment for Active Transportation

8/21/2019
Webinar: Getting the Green Light: Improving Actuation and Detection for Cyclists & Pedestrians

9/18/2019
Webinar: Can We Talk About the Street? Building Support for Controversial Projects

Monthly webinar: June
Finding Common Ground with First Responders: Enhancing Safety and Maintaining Access in Street

Wednesday, June 19 at 3:00 p.m. EDT

First responders provide the 1st line of defense against emergencies. The notion that “every second counts” has left its mark on our communities, creating wide and fast streets. Though intended to provide efficient access for first responders, this type of street design creates unintended consequences for other roadway users. How can agencies find common ground to address the needs of emergency response while maintaining low speed networks that support safe and convenient active transportation.

 

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APBP Project Spotlight

CRW Engineering Group:10th Avenue Bike Boulevard 


CRW Engineering Group

This project constructed the city’s first bicycle boulevard along two miles of 10th Avenue in downtown Anchorage. CRW Engineering’s design included Anchorage’s first-ever back-in angle parking.

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