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The February Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals webinar sponsored by Bike/Walk Alliance for Missoula will be “Strategies to Enable Winter Cycling and Walking” originally shown by APBP on 1/15/14. Please click here to register.
Presenters in this session will discuss:
- On overview of different types of winter climates and how facilities and maintenance should be adapted to local climate
- Different policy approaches to snow removal from sidewalks
- The importance of prioritization and predictability of snow removal in encouraging winter cycling
- A pilot program to determine operation and funding requirements to achieve improved snow clearing and street sweeping along on-street bike routes.
Tyler Golly, General Supervisor – Sustainable Transportation, City of Edmonton
Marc Jolicoeur, Research Director, Velo Quebec
Nicole Losch, Bicycle/Pedestrian/Environmental Planner, City of Burlington
Arthur Ross, Pedestrian/Bicycle Coordinator, City of Madison
Date: Thursday, February 13, 2014
Time: 12:00 till 2:00 pm (presentation at 12:15)
Presentation Length: 90 minutes
Location: Garlington, Lohn & Robinson, Conference Room, 350 Ryman Street, Missoula, MT
A complimentary lunch will be provided to those who preregister. Register here.
…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. Read the rest of this entry »