Moving People — Steady, Slower, Smarter and Safer (10/3/17)

We can promote walking, bicycling, and transit by allowing users of multiple ages and abilities to feel safe and comfortable utilizing these modes to fulfill many of their day-to-day transportation needs. This starts with slowing traffic and increasing safety with traffic calming and human-scale geometric design that forces people driving to slow down and pay close attention to their surroundings. Transportation professionals will learn strategies to manage speed by designing self-enforcing roadways and setting and designing to speed limits that are appropriate for the context.

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Contributors:
Facilitator: Bryan Jones
Speakers: Leah Shahum, Kevin Klinkenberg, and Dana Dickman

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This is part 3 of a 4 part webinar series titled, Creating Great Communities through Transportation; Not Transportation through Communities. Learn more about the entire series by clicking here.