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Creating Great Communities Through Transportation; Not Transportation Through Communities

This webinar series is intended to demonstrate a more inclusive and collaborative dialogue between transportation professionals, other professions, and the community that they are serving. The series will provide a framework for a new way of thinking—a new vision for transportation professionals to create great streets and communities where people of all ages and abilities can thrive. This 4-part series will delve into approaches focused on human-scale design and human interaction between streets through art, space, speed, and services.

1. Starting the Conversation: Transportation as Art & Science
2. Street Space — Not just for moving Cars
3. Moving People — Steady, Slower, Smarter, and Safer Sponsored by  
4.Transportation Services: New Concepts and Tools

Did you miss this live webinar series? Click "Purchase" below to access all of the recordings. If you are interested in one specific webinar, you can also register for each recording individually by clicking the individual webinars below. If you are already registered, you will have access to the recording for 30 days. 

Click each of the sections below to read individual webinar descriptions, learning objectives, and presenter information.

1st Webinar: Free (ITE members); $49 (non-members)
Remaining Individual Webinars: $49 (ITE members); $99 (non-member)
ntire 4-part Course can be purchased for $99 (ITE member); $249 (non-member)

Access to Recordings:

Access to the recordings expire 90 days after purchasing the course, and 30 days after purchasing individual webinars. 

Additional Attendees at one Location:
Additional Live Webinar Attendees at one location are eligible for earning credit for attending live webinars only. There is a processing fee of $15 members/$25 non-members. 

Recordings of all webinars are available with the purchase of the series. Multiple attendees at one location that view the recording are not eligible for PDH credits.