February Webinar: Street Typologies: An organizing framework for more walkable, bikeable streets

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Wednesday, February 19 at 3:00 p.m. EDT
Many cities transportation goals have shifted in recent years- becoming more multimodal, safety-focused, and equitable. While cities transportation goals have changed, many still rely on the Federal Functional Classification System, which prioritizes vehicle mobility and access, as the main framework for organizing, designing, and managing their streets. Recognizing this dissonance, cities are developing new street typology systems that better align their approach to streets with overall transportation goals. This presentation will share strategies used in Des Moines, IA and Phoenix, AZ to develop new street typologies that align with existing and future land use and create more walkable, bikeable streets.

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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