Designing for Pedestrian Safety 201 Workshop

 

DESIGNING FOR PEDESTRIAN SAFETY FREE TWO-DAY VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

 

ONLINE WORKSHOPS: 3 VIRTUAL OPTIONS OFFERED

Click one of the links below to register:

Option 1 (Nov 10-11):  November 10, 8:30-11am, & 1-3pm; November 11, 8:30-11:00am
Option 2 (Dec 1-2):        December 1, 8:30-11am, & 1-3pm; December 2, 8:30-11:00am
Option 3 (Dec 9-10):     December 9, 8:30-11am, & 1-3pm; December 10, 8:30-11:00am  Please contact Dan Gelinne at gelinne@hsrc.unc.edu to inquire about remaining openings.
 

Each Workshop option will include the same material.  Participants are encouraged to register as soon as possible, as sessions are filling up quickly.  Participants in each virtual workshop are eligible for engineering professional development hours; and for planners, the workshop has been approved for six certification maintenance credits by APA.

The Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Safety prioritizes technical assistance and training to cities with the highest nationwide rates of pedestrian crashes and fatalities, including the Dallas-Fort Worth region.  Continuing this support of federal guidance, FHWA and the North Central Texas Council of Governments are collaborating to offer Designing for Pedestrian Safety 201 virtual workshops, focusing on countermeasures to improve pedestrian safety across North Texas.  The virtual workshops will address pedestrian safety challenges that our region’s transportation professionals encounter each day and highlight best practices in reducing crashes.  Participants can select from three workshop options to participate.  Each workshop will consist of three sessions over a two-day period.  There is no fee to attend.  

  Contact Matt Fall for additional information.