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Recommended Design Guidelines to Accommodate Pedestrians and Bicycles at Interchanges Webinar

This webinar recording features the guiding principles and case studies included in the recently-released Recommended Practice Recommended Design Guidelines to Accommodate Pedestrians nd Bicycles at Interchanges. It will include a discussion of the preferred design guidelines for accommodating pedestrians and bicyclists at interchanges with respect to safety and accessibility. It will also discuss specific dimensions, safety features, signage, pavement markings, design geometries, and other treatments for accommodating non-motorized users at interchanges.

Learning Objectives

  • Examine best practices for incorporating pedestrian and bicycle facilities at interchanges
  • Identify guiding principles for interchange design and retrofit to enhance safety and access for all users at interchanges
  • Describe a toolbox of specific treatments for interchanges design and crosswalk applications
INSTRUCTOR:Ms.Meghan F.Mitman, AICP , Principal, Fehr & Peers, San Francisco, CA, and Mr.Matthew D.Ridgway, AICP, PTP, Principal, Fehr & Peers, Oakland, CA

Fees: $49 Members/ $99 Non-members
This fee includes on-demand recording, 1.5 PDH credits and a certificate of completion. On-demand Recordings are non-refundable.

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