Complete Streets 301: Bicycle/Pedestrian Network Planning - Tewksbury
Date: 5/14/2020 8:30 AM - 5/14/2020 12:00 PM
Location: Tewksbury Public Library
300 Chandler Street
Course Description: Building a robust bicycle and pedestrian network is key for a healthy community. So why is it when communities invest political and financial capital in some infrastructure, they still end up facing criticism that “no one uses it”? The most basic condition for people to walk and bike is they need to feel safe and they need to feel safe for the entire trip. This is where network planning is critical and why orphaned facilities fail to invoke serious mode shifts. This training will walk through the fundamentals of network planning for bicyclist and pedestrians and how it can help prioritize resources where the highest return can be created. The half-day training will include a presentation followed by an interactive network planning exercise in the classroom.
If you are having trouble with registration, please call 413-545-2604 for assistance.
|Galen||Massachusetts Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board (MABPAB)|
|Brian||Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (MA)|
|Wing||Green International Affiliates|
|Leonard||City of Woburn|
|Glen||Town of Andover Police Department|
- Laura Ahramjian
at Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Laura is a planner and urban designer with Kittelson & Associates, Inc. in Philadelphia. She is passionate about using multimodal transportation solutions to create safer and more accessible communities. Laura has worked on a broad range of projects, from concept designs to neighborhood revitalization plans. She also teaches a graduate-level planning workshop at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design.
- 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.