An ITE Learning Hub Webinar
Developed by the ITE Pedestrian and Bicycle Standing Committee
This webinar will introduce and describe a roadway type new to North America but successfully used for 45+ years in other countries. It has started to appear in North America but awareness of it and its characteristics is still limited. The Advisory Bike Lane (ABL) is a road which accommodates motorized and non-motorized users on low volume roads which are of limited width or unlikely to receive funding for multimodal improvements. ABLs consist of a single center lane which supports two-way vehicular travel and edge lanes on either side preferentially reserved for bicyclists, pedestrians and other vulnerable road users.
- Understanding what ABLs are, their characteristics, and where they have been successfully used,
- Current US and Canadian guidance on siting and design of ABLs,
- Comparison of North American guidance to guidance from the Netherlands, Denmark and Great Britain,
- Case studies of ABLs in Minneapolis, MN, Ottawa, ON, Canada, and Great Britain,
- Legal and regulatory status of ABLs in the US.
This fee includes a web event recording, 1 evaluation, 1 certificate of completion and 1.5 PDH credits.
PDH Credit: 1.5
This course is non-refundable. You have 30 days to view this webinar following purchase.