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Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals

The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) is a professional membership organization that promotes excellence in the professional discipline of pedestrian and bicycle transportation. APBP members are employees of all levels of government, consulting firms and non-profits who work in the engineering, planning, landscape architecture, architecture, police, safety, health, promotion and transportation demand management fields and who specialize in making communities more walkable and bicycle-friendly.


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Pedestrian and Bicycle Counting Programs

Craig C. Hood, AICP

Pedestrian and Bicycle Counting Programs

Denise Chaplick, AICP

Level of Service for Pedestrians and Cyclists

James D. Dempster, AICP

Level of Service for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Amelia Costanzo, AICP

Level of Service for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Anthony Stone, AICP

Level of Service for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Oliver Miller, AICP CTP

Good information, one hour was too short for this topic.
Level of Service for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Jennifer Brost Sarnecki, AICP

Level of Service for Pedestrians and Cyclists

David J. Goodman, AICP

It was a fine refresher on bike and ped LOS such as it is, but no new information.
Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement

Dan Dawson, AICP

Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement

Ryan J. Winterberg-Lipp, AICP

Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement

Jim Cunradi, AICP

Good presentation on pop-up meetings.
Transit and Protected Bike Lanes

David J. Goodman, AICP

Lots of good examples and diagrams/illustrations to help us with our own projects.
Transit and Protected Bike Lanes

Tim Gustafson, AICP

Transit and Protected Bike Lanes

Michael R. Amsden, AICP

Complete Streets Design Practicum

Richard A. Viola, AICP

I really liked the format that was used.
Complete Streets Design Practicum

Dan Dawson, AICP

Complete Streets Design Practicum

David J. Goodman, AICP

I loved the format. Let's do more of these real-time problem solving exercises.
Complete Streets Design Practicum

Andrew Hamilton, AICP

Interaction between 2 presenters was interesting and reflects the way decisions actually get made.
Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways

Brian Lee Harker, AICP

Was great.
Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways

Mark K. Nolan, AICP