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Statewide Complete Streets: How states are working with communities for friendlier roads

Joanna L. Whitcomb, AICP

Interesting to hear about what other states are doing to promote complete streets. We participated with several NH residents and a state representative. Very envious of the good work happening almost every where but here in the granite state.
Statewide Complete Streets: How states are working with communities for friendlier roads

George A. Berger, AICP

Statewide Complete Streets: How states are working with communities for friendlier roads

Peter Ohlms, AICP

Helpful perspectives from several practitioners as well as a national advocacy organization.
Statewide Complete Streets: How states are working with communities for friendlier roads

Mark Tyler Klein, AICP

Very broad overview of complete streets policy; useful case studies from around the US with take-away for local implementation relevant to my position.
North Carolina Complete Streets Training (Asheville)

Joshua M. Harrold, AICP

This was a good event. There was so much information packed into the two day workshop. I took away a lot of information.
North Carolina Complete Streets Training (Asheville)

Jason T. Pauling, AICP

Great Course! Need to make it a three-day or longer with added focus on the nuts & bolts and cost benefits.
Pedestrian Safety and the Highway Safety Improvement Program

Alison M. Kendall, AICP

Very useful input on pedestrian safety research and funding.
Pedestrian Safety and the Highway Safety Improvement Program

Josh Debruyn, AICP

The interoduction provided by FHWA was helpful. The AZ and CA examples were good but didn't provide me with too much new info. but I work in transportation so I already have a basic knowledge of the HSIP.
Accessible Pedestrian Signals Webinar

John Madera, AICP

Great visual demonstration/illustration of concepts.
Accessible Pedestrian Signals Webinar

John W. DePriest, AICP

I am not an expert in this field and I found the information to be very useful. The presentation was well paced and there were examples of the lessons that were discussed.
Research Meets Practice: Identifying and Applying CMFs

Boyd W. Lawrence, AICP

Impressed with the availability of the CMF data and the potential applications.
North Carolina Complete Streets Training (Raleigh)

Wiliam Russell Clegg, AICP

Excellent training--just the right amount of detail.
Pedestrian Facility Maintenance Webinar

Peter H. Spisszak, AICP

Pedestrian Facility Maintenance Webinar

James M. Martin, AICP

Pedestrian Facility Maintenance Webinar

Jennifer Bartlett, AICP

Good overview of new guide.
Pedestrian Facility Maintenance Webinar

Josh Debruyn, AICP

The summary of the FHWA study was good. The case study info for the two communities was interesting but not to useful for a State DOT employee like myself.
Pedestrian Facility Maintenance Webinar

Aaron J. Mckeon, AICP

Good presentation on the new guidance. Loved hearing about Ithaca's new policy.
Pedestrian Facility Maintenance Webinar

Aaron B. Henson, AICP

Good example of a sidewalk maintenance funding program in Ithaca, NY.
Transportation Equity: Issues and Approaches to Reduce Disparities in Access to Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities and Programs

Peter H. Spisszak, AICP

Transportation Equity: Issues and Approaches to Reduce Disparities in Access to Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities and Programs

Heather Leanne Alhadeff, AICP

The information is very important and I hope this topic gets more attention in the future.