Complete Streets One-Day Design Course
Planning and Design of Complete Streets: Moving from Policy to Implementation
Rendering courtesy of the City of Dallas
The built environment has a significant influence on behavior within our transportation system, and current data continues to show the system demands safer multimodal corridors. Complete streets help improve the mobility and safety for North Texans of all ages and abilities. As a follow-up to the Complete Streets Policy Workshops held at the North Central Texas Council of Governments in June 2016, this course will provide guidance on how to plan and design for the implementation of Complete Streets that support safe, convenient, and comfortable mode choices.
Register to join us for a one-day Complete Streets Design Workshop on Tuesday, February 7, Wednesday, February 8, or Thursday, February 9, 2017 at NCTCOG. The Federal Highway Administration will host these workshops with a focus on design flexibility, design for non-motorized modes, multimodal network connectivity, reducing conflicts, traffic beacon/signal design, performance measures, and reviewing what stands in your way between policy and implementation.
Register for a one-day workshop at nctcog.org/CSregister
|What:||Complete Streets One-Day Design Course|
|February 7, 8, or 9, 2017
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sign-in begins at 8:30 am. Lunch will be provided
616 Six Flags Drive
|Cost:||$10 (lunch included)|
CEU: Attendees at each workshop date are eligible for engineering professional development hours. The workshop has been approved for 6 Certification Maintenance credits (AICP).
Due to room size constraints, seating is limited to 42 per workshop. Register early to ensure your seat. We cannot accommodate refunds but you may send someone in your place.
Questions? Contact Barb Walsh at 817-695-9245.
There are many different opportunities to gain CM credits. The NCTAPA provides CM seminars throughout the year. Additionally, National APA has an E-Learning portal that loans CD-ROMs as well as Streaming Education. For more information, please visit their E-Learning page – http://www.planning.org/education/elearning/
If you have general CM questions, please feel free to contact our PDO officer, Ken Schmidt, email@example.com