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Introduction to Implementing Context Sensitive Design on Multimodal Corridors: An ITE Handbook

This webinar will provide an overview of ITE’s new handbook, expected for release in November 2017, on implementing context sensitive design along multimodal corridors in urban and suburban environments. This handbook builds on the recommended practices presented in the 2010 ITE publication, “Design Walkable Urban Thoroughfares: A Context Sensitive Approach”, and includes an expanded focus on topic areas such as freight accommodations, speed management, and context sensitive design in lower density urban and built-up suburban environments. A number of real-world case studies are also included in the handbook, to demonstrate the medium- and long-term impacts of successful context sensitive design projects. The webinar will provide background information on the topic of context sensitive design, as well as highlight the different technical areas and design issues addressed by the handbook. 

Learning Objectives

  • Review the state of practice in Context Sensitive Design, including gaps around practitioners in lower density urban and built-up suburban environments
  • Understand how the Context Sensitive Design Implementation Handbook complements that 2010 ITE Recommended Practice on Context Sensitive Design
  • Identify key topics around which the Handbook is structured, including project development, multimodal design tradeoffs, and pedestrian mobility and safety
  • See how several real-world context sensitive design projects have resulted in substantial added value and community livability 5+ years after their completion

Steve Lavrenz, Technical Programs Manager, Institute of Transportation Engineers
Rob Steuteville, Senior Communications Advisor, Congress of the New Urbanism

Free for all
This fee includes a live web event, archived recording, webinar evaluation, 1.5  PDH credits and a certificate of completion.

Additional Attendees at one Location:
Must also register for this event if they would like to earn PDH credit.

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How to earn PDH/CM Credit:
The certificate of completion and 1.5 PDH/CM credits will be made available to the registrant after you have attended the webinar and the evaluation has been completed.

Recordings are available for 30 days following the day of the live event for anyone who purchases the course. Additional attendees at one location are not eligible to earn PDH credit for viewing a recording.