Protected Bikeway Design: Implementation

Protected Bikeway Design: An ITE Practitioners Guide & Lecture Series — Implementation

Part 6 of 6

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There are numerous design guides that have been produced in the past decade for the design of bicycle infrastructure. The most recent guidance includes substantially more information about protected bike lanes due to the strength of their demonstrated outcomes. These facilities, also referred to as separated bike lanes and cycle tracks, have been shown to improve safety, user comfort, operations, equity, and mode share. With the additional guidance and approvals from authorizing agencies, growth in protected bike lane miles/kilometres has been significant. However, questions about the specific design and operational details that many of the guides do not address requires additional design guidance and research before these designs are widely adopted. The ITE Protected Bike Lane Lecture Series will address these gaps related to 5 priority areas: Safety Performance, Mid-Block Design & Operation, Intersection Design & Operation, Maintenance, and Implementation. The Lecture Series will result in the development of the ITE Practitioners Guide*. While much of the application of protected bike lanes has been in urban areas, we will also include guidance for suburban contexts.

 * The ITE Practitioners Guide referenced is not included with webinar registration. 

This final lecture is focused on the Implementation of Protected Bikeways. The Implementation lecture will provide examples of rapid implementation, making protected bike lanes a reality within the regulatory frameworks of the US and Canada (MUTCD/MUTCD-C), education initiatives, and approaches to data collection and performance reporting.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Address questions and uncertainties that practitioners have in the existing design and operational guidance for protected bike lanes
  2. Share relevant research and guidance on design and operational practices of protected bike lanes as it relates to the work that ITE professionals regularly undertake
  3. Use examples of successful and relevant implementation of protected bike lanes to help describe principles of design and operational considerations
  4. Provide a basis for the design and operational aspects of protected bike lanes and highlight relevant resources available to practitioners
  5. Present approaches to implementing protected bikeways and supporting initiatives such as education programs

Target Audience: All Transportation Professionals 

Professional Development Credit(s): 1.5 PDH/CM credits towards your PE license and/or PTOE/PTP/AICP certification renewal(s) 

Cancellation/Refund Policy: Cancellations accepted up to 7 business days prior to the webinar after which the registration fee is non-refundable. Processing Fee payments are non-refundable. PDH requests submitted more than 6 months after this event will not be accepted. The start and end times provided are in Eastern Standard Time. 

3/9/2017 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

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