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This session will highlight various ways and projects to building safe and effective pedestrian and bicycle networks that work. From pedestrian and bicycle safety plans to data driven design, this session will showcase projects from a pedestrian path to bicycle intersection infrastructure. It will explore both long range planning and rapid implementation techniques to connect communities through infrastructure improvements for pedestrians and bicyclists in several major North American cities.
- Learn about ways agencies and transportation professionals are creating bicycle and pedestrian networks.
- Describe practices, such as plans and data, that are helping create connectivity for walking and biking.
- Identify key projects that are advancing bicycle and pedestrian safety through infrastructure.
Moderator: Karen Aspelin,P.E., PTOE, Owner, MaxGreen Transportation Engineering
Presentation Titles & Speakers:
- “Want to implement your bike plan? Community Networks Program: A Holistic Approach to Connecting Denver's Communities through Rapid Implementation”, Benjamin Waldman, P.E., PTOE, Senior Transportation Engineer, Apex Design Group, Denver, Colorado and Josh Mehlem, LEED AP, Senior Transportation Planner, Apex Design Group, Denver, Colorado
- “Vehicle Right Turn and Cyclist Conflicts - Impacts of Intersection Design, Signalization and Bike Facility Type”, Amanda Pushka, P.Eng, M.Sc., RSP1, Road Safety Engineer, MicroTraffic Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba and Liliana Quintero, P.Eng, M.Sc., Senior Transportation Engineer, City of Vancouver, British Columbia
- “Let's Take a Ride on the Flanders Bikeway”, Andrew Sullivan, P.E., PTOE, Traffic Engineer, City of Portland Bureau of Transportation, Portland, Oregon
- “How To Collect and Distribute High-fidelity Ped Pathway Data in Decentralized, Standardized, Crowd-Sourced Format”, Matthew Weidner, Transit Planner IV, King County, Seattle, Washington and Eric Peterson, Senior GIS Analyst, MV Transportation, Seattle, Washington
- “Oregon DOT's Systemic Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Plan”, Nick Foster, AICP, RSP1, Associate Planner, Kittelson & Associates, Inc., Boise, Idaho and Christina McDaniel-Wilson, P.E., RSP1, State Traffic Safety Engineer, Oregon Department of Transportation, Salem, Oregon