As agencies looking to improve bicycle and pedestrian
infrastructure have learned, it doesn’t count if it’s not counted. Counting
provides information on the level of intersections, paths and roadways—data
already available for motor vehicles but lacking for non-motorized travelers.
For the first time, Federal Highway Administration’s Traffic Monitoring Guide now
includes a chapter detailing how to monitor bicycle and pedestrian traffic. This
webinar explains how to create a robust bicycle and pedestrian count program
based on the new guidance. Agencies that show clear evidence of use are more
likely to receive funding for projects, so join us and learn how to improve your
existing count program or create a new one.
This webinar is free but registration is required in order for us to send you an entry link.
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Continuing Education Credits: This 60-minute webinar provides one hour of training which equals to 1 CM or 1 PDH. IBPI applies to the AICP for Certification Maintenance credit for each webinar. We will provide an attendance certificate to those who document their professional development hours.