|#e.24891||Tuesday 8:00AM to Wednesday 4:00PM
October 29-30, 2013
CM | 12.00
North Carolina Complete Streets Training (Asheville)
Highway Safety Research Center
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is offering 24 two-day training courses to provide detailed information about implementing its Complete Streets Policy. These training courses will take place across the state throughout 2013, and follow a series of four regional workshops held in late 2012. These training courses will provide detailed technical information about implementing the concepts introduced in the Complete Streets Guidelines. State and local engineers and planners are strongly encouraged to attend. Those who attended the regional workshops in 2012 should also attend, as these training courses will include important information that was not covered during the workshops.
These two‐day interactive training sessions will explain the purpose of NCDOT’s Complete Streets Policy and provide detailed information about specific steps that can be taken to incorporate Complete Streets into a variety of projects at various stages in the planning and design process. The courses will include:
- Overview of the Complete Streets approach, including challenges and benefits to implementation
- Step-by-step guidance through the Complete Streets guidelines, with a focus on applying the guidelines to real-world scenarios
- Examples of successful Complete Streets projects around North Carolina
- Field exercises and other interactive components to help illustrate key points and concepts
- Materials for attendees, including a printed copy of the Complete Streets Guidelines
- Certificate of completion for those who attend the full two days of training
How to Register
To register for any of the courses, users must first create an account (http://hsrc.interactyx.com/Pages/Registration.aspx?op=1&UserId=-1&Action=ADD). Once an account has been created, log in to the training portal to select the session that works best for your schedule.