Safe Mobility Planning

January 21, 2015
4–5:30 p.m. ET

Growing numbers of people are commuting and getting around town by bicycle. Keeping everyone safe on streets and sidewalks is a moving target. Explore the safety issues that go with more robust transportation options. Hear about safety and accessibility concerns for a range of populations. Discover how plans for transportation, capital improvements, and long-term goals can merge to improve safety. View the federal perspective on measuring multimodal performance and look at case studies of complete streets in cities on the move.

Panelists

Madeline Brozen
Assistant Director, Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies
Assistant Director, Institute of Transportation Studies
Program Manager, Complete Streets Initiative
University of California, Los Angeles

Gabe Rousseau
Safety Operations Team Leader
Office of Safety Technologies
Federal Highway Administration
Washington, DC

Daniel Goodman
Office of Human Environment
Livability Team
Federal Highway Administration
Washington, DC

Meghan F. Mitman, AICP
Senior Associate
Fehr and Peers
San Francisco, CA

Stefanie Seskin, moderator
Deputy Director
National Complete Streets Coalition
Smart Growth America
Chicago, IL

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This audio/web conference has been approved for CM | 1.5


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  • AICP members $160/175
  • Non-AICP members $180/195

Live Program and Online Recording

  • AICP members $200/215
  • Non-AICP members $220/235

Unlimited number of attendees at a location


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