…at the informative monthly APBP Webinars sponsored by BWAM. Pre-registered attendees are treated to free lunch! Previous offerings in this series have been well attended and space is limited, so register early to avoid missing out. Remember, you MUST register in advance to reserve your lunch.
On Thursday, June 13th, at noon, in conjunction with the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP), BWAM will host a pre-recorded webinar entitled Model Design Manual for Living Streets in the 1st Floor Conference Room at Garlington, Lohn & Robinson, 350 Ryman Street. Because we don’t want you to miss your lunch, all attendees who pre-register at the BWAM APBP Webinar Registration page will have a freshly prepared lunch compliments of The Good Food Store.
Los Angeles County’s Model Design Manual for Living Streets (released last October) is an outstanding new resource for transportation professionals and the communities they serve. Attend this webinar to learn what’s in the manual, how to get it, and how to use it. Topics covered in this one-hour session include:
• The distinctions between manuals, standards and guidelines, and when each is appropriately used;
• A chapter-by-chapter overview of the manual, including its overall vision for living streets, design guidance for the traveled way, and ideas to retrofit suburbia;
• How to obtain the Model Design Manual for Living Streets and customize it for any jurisdiction.
Attend this webinar if you belong to one of these groups:
• Municipalities that lack the resources to undertake a major revision of their manuals and are looking for examples to assist in re-tooling their current manuals;
• Municipalities that want to adopt the latest thinking in street design;
• Designers, planners and engineers who are looking for tools to provide flexibility within their existing street standards.
Presenter: Ryan Snyder, Ryan Snyder Associates. RSA coordinated the development of the Model Design Manual for Living Streets
Continuing Education Credits: APBP will provide an attendance certificate to those who document their professional development hours; each 60-minute webinar provides one hour of training (.1 CEU). APBP applies to the AICP for Certification Maintenance credit for each webinar.
Space is limited and you MUST sign up in advance for lunch (deadline on registration page). Don’t miss this webinar or the delicious lunch from. Sign up now!