Complete Streets 302: Safety Countermeasures-Virtual Classroom
Date: 4/19/2022 1:00 PM - 4/20/2022 3:00 PM
This training will help professionals better understand what is a holistic approach to implementing safety countermeasures along complete streets. The course will review common countermeasures, the appropriate contexts where countermeasures can be most effective, and give an overview of current safety manuals and research. How to fund a safety project will also be discussed.
The Complete Streets 300 Series is being offered once again. There is no need to retake any of the sessions you may have attended in the past.
- 301: Transit Street Design March 22 & 23
- 302: Safety Countermeasures April 19 & 20
- 303: Bicycle/Pedestrian Network Planning May 18
- 304: Traffic Calming Design June 7 & 8
- 305: Design Workshop June 21 & 22
- 306: Public Engagement July 12 & 13
Attendees will receive the Zoom link in an email after registering.
Note: These 300 training series are shorter, topic focused discussions, meant as additional Complete Streets resources. Alone, this training does not fulfill the Complete Streets training obligation for eligibility in the Complete Streets Program.
COVID policy update
We are required to consider the safety of our attendees during these virtual classroom trainings. As such, the following policy has been implemented for the safety of all of our participants.
If any participants will be sharing a screen for the coming class, inform the training coordinator, Brenda Codella at email@example.com, ahead of time. - UMTC can send circular discs to towns/departments to mark distances, mail masks and trial size hand sanitizers if needed.
There will be a Safety Briefing at the beginning of the training session to announce these protocols, to do our part in stopping the spread of COVID-19.
If participants are in the same room:
Participants must be 6’ apart and wearing masks. (UMTC team members have been told to stop a class if they see that these requirements are not being followed)
Virtual meeting video must be turned on when possible to increase interaction, confirm attendance, and encourage social distancing
|Parker||Toole Design Group|
|Taylor||Toole Design Group|
|Lawrence||Town of Belmont, Transportation Advisory Comm|
|Soni||Tetra Tech, Inc.|
|Karen||Department for the blind and vision impaired|
|Meg||AER Environmental Access Committee|
|Shawn||Town of West Bridgewater|
|Jose||Town of Wellesley DPW|
|Christine||NYSDOT Region 1 Operations|
|Peter||New York State Department of Transportation (NYS DOT)|
|Todd||Town of Brookline|
|Dan||Town of Brookline|
|Jeff||Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC)|
|Jorman||City of Chelsea|
|Sheila||Town of Lexington|
|Emily||City of Cambridge DPW|
|Jeanette||Town of Bedford|
|Matthew||Town of Chesterfield|
- Conor Semler
Senior Planner at Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Conor is an complete streets planner with Kittelson & Associates, Inc in Boston. Conor draws on his experience in urban planning, traffic engineering, and technical research in complete streets design to improve conditions for walking and bicycling. Conor is a national leader in the planning and design of innovative bicycle facilities, and was involved in the development of both the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide and the FHWA Separated Bike Lane Planning and Design Guide.
- Caitlin Tobin
PE, Senior Engineer at Kittelson & Associates, Inc.