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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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First Mile / Last Mile Connections to Transit

Frederick N. Jones, AICP

First Mile / Last Mile Connections to Transit

Mark Shea, AICP

Good graphics and examples, especially the Portland, OR portion.
First Mile / Last Mile Connections to Transit

Adam Perkins, AICP

Excellent info and examples
First Mile / Last Mile Connections to Transit

Craig C. Hood, AICP

First Mile / Last Mile Connections to Transit

Rebecca Brofft Everette, AICP

Good examples from other communities, and I appreciated the additional resources provided.
First Mile / Last Mile Connections to Transit

James S. Pona, AICP

The audio not perfect but with the handouts it was a good webinar. As a bicycle facilities planning professional (retired), I was a looking for an update on the 'state of the art', and found this to have fit the bill.
Law Enforcement Strategies to Improve Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety

Rachel Bacon, AICP

Legal Rights and Issues for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Terra Lingley, AICP

I was hoping to have more on the actual legal rights of pedestrians and bicyclists, this was more of a review of Vision Zero
Legal Rights and Issues for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Wesley C. Stephen, AICP

Legal Rights and Issues for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Thomas C. Dow, AICP

Legal Rights and Issues for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Charles V. Froseth, AICP

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Legal Rights and Issues for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Daniel G. Wagner, AICP

Only one of the three presenters discussed Legal Rights and Issues for Pedestrians and Cyclists. Proper naming of the webinars should be a priority.
Legal Rights and Issues for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Pamela L. Davis, AICP

Not a lot of legal
Pedestrian and Bicycle Counting Programs

Martin Guttenplan, AICP

Very useful session
Pedestrian and Bicycle Counting Programs

Craig C. Hood, AICP

Pedestrian and Bicycle Counting Programs

Denise Chaplick, AICP

The Best of Pro Walk Pro Bike Pro Place

Manuel A. Soto, AICP

The Best of Pro Walk Pro Bike Pro Place

David J. Plante

New Tools for Estimating Walking and Bicycling Demand

David B. De Vries, AICP

Level of Service for Pedestrians and Cyclists

James D. Dempster, AICP