Complete streets implementation is one of BikeWalkLee's key priorities for local, regional and state governments and agencies over the next two years, 2016-17. Our vision is that by the end of 2017, the promise of complete streets is actually delivered and visible on the ground, and achieving the intended results of improved access, connectivity, safety, and inspiring more people of all age, income groups, and fitness levels to walk, bike, and take transit. Complete streets is an integral part of achieving the community's larger goals of quality of life, economic vibrancy, and a sustainable future.(See BWL related blog)
Upcoming webinar: Complete Streets Implementation and Design
April 14, 2016 by Mary Eveleigh
Hundreds of communities across the country have adopted Complete Streets policies—the next step is to implement them. An upcoming webinar will help transportation planners and practitioners do just that.
Join the National Complete Streets Coalition for a free online discussion all about Complete Streets implementation and design on Thursday, April 28, 2016 from 12:00-1:00 PM EDT. The event is designed to help transportation planners, engineers, and practitioners turn policies on paper into changes on the ground. Join Emiko Atherton, Director of the National Complete Streets Coalition, and Mike Rutkowski, Coalition Steering Committee member, to learn how Complete Streets projects can help people and communities and what practitioners need to consider when designing and implementing those projects.
|WHAT:||Webinar: Complete Streets Implementation and Design|
|WHEN:||Tuesday, April 28, 2016, 12:00-1:00 PM EDT|
|WHO:||Emiko Atherton, Director of the National Complete Streets Coalition|
Mike Rutkowski, PE, AICP, Principal at Stantec and Steering Committee member of the National Complete Streets Coalition
This event is free and open to all but registration is required. Whether you’re a planner conducting a retrofit or an engineer designing a new street, register today