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The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC) and Toole Design Group announce a free webinar series covering the updated American Association of State Highway Transportation Official’s (AASHTO) Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities.   The series offers two presentations a month and is described below.

The updated guide, released in June 2012, serves as a key resource for creating and designing bicycle facilities in the U.S. This seven-part webinar series, which has been approved by the American Planning Association for certification maintenance credits, will cover all aspects of the updated guide.

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April 25th & 26th 2011
Jefferson School, 1700 South Ave. West

The “Journeys From Home” Elementary Traffic Education Program accentuates the positive, focuses on perception, decision making and mastering skills. The program supports what children like to do best; explore new places and experience new things. Each developmentally appropriate skill activity is classified by grade level. Every grade level has its own teacher’s manual and series of video vignettes.

For more information including contact information please see the following PDF documents: