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Next webinar: June 20, 2018

Roundabouts That Work for Cyclists and Pedestrians  

Alek Pochowski, Kittelson & Associates
Bastian Schroeder, Kittelson & Associates

Bicycle activity and the use of roundabouts for intersection control within the United States have both increased dramatically in recent years. Since its publication in 2010, NCHRP Report 672: Roundabouts, an Informational Guide, Second Edition, has served as a national guide on the different aspects of roundabouts, including planning, analysis, design, and construction. However, since 2010, a significant amount of bicycle-related design material has been released, including FHWA's Separated Bike Lane Planning and Design Guide (2015), and NACTO's Urban Bikeway Design Guide (2012), both of which do not address bicycle facilities at roundabouts. 

The first part of this webinar will provide a summary of current and potential design best practices for bicycles at roundabouts using domestic and international examples, and provide an overview of the available guidance available for practitioners designing or reviewing roundabouts for cyclists. The second half of the webinar will focus on pedestrians at roundabouts, with a discussion of the most recent research efforts which led to the development of NCHRP Report 834. NCHRP Project 834 presents guidance for the application of crossing solutions at roundabouts for pedestrians with vision disabilities.  The guidebook provides an accessibility assessment framework and a methodology for evaluating treatment alternatives for a proposed crossing, as well as wayfinding accommodations. Guidance is provided based on the feasible range of geometric and traffic operational conditions under which similar treatments have been demonstrated to enhance accessibility.

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Get professional development delivered to your desk every third Wednesday of the month. Our one-hour webinars will help you move up to the next level of expertise by providing concise, thorough information on state-of-the-art topics. An unlimited number of people may attend at one site, and most presentations offer credit for professional certification. Cost is $50/site for APBP members, $85/site for non-members. Click on a link in the schedule below to register and pay online. (Fee includes webinar access, handouts and a link to the recording.)

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APBP invites proposals to present one of the monthly webinar series topics for 2018. 

Webinar topics must relate directly to subjects useful to professionals and advocates working in the field of bicycling and walking: planning, design, engineering, education, encouragement, evaluation, enforcement and advocacy. Innovative approaches that have achieved measurable results are most desirable. Presentations must be evidence-based. 

APBP 2018 monthly webinar series:

January 17  Why Don't We do it in the Road - Implementing Open Streets
February 21  Be Creative! Art, Placemaking and Funding
March 21  Managing Freight in Urban Corridors
April 18  Got Counts? Now what?
May 16  Quick Builds - Tactical Urbanism Toolbox
June 20  Roundabouts that Work for Cyclists and Pedestrians
July 18  Safety Manuals - The Good Stuff
August 15  Moving Beyond the Centerline - Advisory Bicycle Lanes, Best Kept Secret
September 19  Placemaking in the Burbs
October 17  Ten Years of Safe Routes to School - Where Do We Go From Here?
November 14  Conflict Resolution: Good Sidepath Design
December 12  What Do You Do? Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator Skills


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