Complete Streets: Planning Safer Communities for Pedestrians and Bicyclists
- Workshop Manual: Complete Streets (pdf 4.7MB)
- This workshop does not qualify for Road Master credit
- How to Request a Workshop
Who should attend
Local officials and planning board or council members for villages, towns, cities and counties, who are interested in learning the basics of how to safely accommodate bicyclists and pedestrians in their community.
Lois Chaplin, CLRP circuit rider, is a retired Bicycle and Pedestrian Specialist for the Cornell Local Roads Program. Her background includes two decades of experience as a bicycle and pedestrian traffic safety educator with Cornell University, designing materials for educators and law enforcement, and most recently for planners and engineers.
- Planning strategies and basic design and maintenance principles used in bicycle and pedestrian friendly communities
- How to do a community assessment for walkability and bikeability
- Traffic laws
- Essential items for one's 'toolkit'
- Education strategies Multi-use facilities
$50 per attendee
Timing of workshops
Workshops typically run from 8.30am to 3pm. Sign-in starts at 8am.
Visit the Instructor's webpage about the workshop: www.bike.cornell.edu/completestreets.html