Bikeway Design Principles, Planning, and Best Practices

Discover how communities have increased bicycle ridership by utilizing basic design principles of conventional and alternative bikeways.

Bicycling is gaining popularity in the United States as a recreational activity and a utilitarian mode of transportation. By expanding their bikeway networks, cities throughout the U.S. have increased bicycle ridership and broadened the transportation options available in their community. However, significant barriers to bicycling keep many could-be riders off of their bikes. Additionally, limited transportation funding hinders the implementation of new bikeways. You will learn the purpose and process of bikeway planning, the basic design principles of conventional and alternative bikeways, and how communities around the U.S. have increased bicycle ridership. Additionally, this on-demand webinar will explain how different types of bikeways affect ridership and what local jurisdictions can do to make their bikeway projects competitive for grant funding.

Date and Time

Date: 2014-08-14
Time: -

Agenda

Faculty

Charles Alexander, Fehr & Peers Matthew D. Ridgway, Fehr & Peers

Credits

AIA ,ENG ,Additional credit may be available upon request. Contact Lorman at 866-352-9540 for further information.

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Who should attend?

This live webinar is designed for engineers, project managers, architects, city officials, developers, presidents, vice presidents, contractors, subcontractors, business owners and managers, planners, public works directors and transportation officials.

Bikeway Design Principles, Planning, and Best Practices

SKU: 394296EAU
Date: 2014-08-14
Time: -

Price: $219.00 USD