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Accessible Roundabouts: Best of TRB (08-01-2018)
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These webinars were produced in collaboration with the National Center for Bicycling and Walking and Cullbridge Communications. Sample these presentations at no charge; click on the title to launch the webinar. Download handouts and other documents here.
• Emerging Trends for Bicycle and Pedestrian Work (6.12.08) - Presented by Seleta Reynolds, Associate, Fehr & Peers/Mirai.
• Ask an Engineer (9.17.08) - Michael Moule, Principal Transportation Engineer at Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, discusses a bike/ped engineer's best resources and answers design questions.
• Bring SmartTrips Home (12.19.08) - Individualized marketing programs can help increase bicycle and pedestrian mode share.
• Cycle Zone Analysis (1.21.09) - Explore a new tool developed in Portland, Ore., for analyzing cycling conditions and learn how to apply it in your community.
• PEDSAFE - BIKESAFE (2.18.09) - Learn about PBIC's free, expert, online system to help you address bicycle and pedestrian safety and mobility issues.
• Level of Service for Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation (3.18.09) - An introduction to bicycle and pedestrian Level of Service (LOS) models.
• Shared Lane Markings/Sharrows (4.15.09) - In-depth information about the uses, applications, and installation of sharrows.
• Ciclovías (5.20.09) - How to make a street closing event work in your community, with examples from NYC, Miami, and Chicago
• Bicycle Master Plans with Peter Lagerwey (6.17.09) - A step-by-step guide to creating a great bicycle master plan with Seattle's expert, Peter Lagerwey.