Designing for Pedestrian Safety - NHI
MULTIPLE SESSIONS: April 21, 2021 - April 27, 2021
This course is intended to help state and local transportation engineering professionals address pedestrian safety issues through design and engineering solutions. Participants will learn:
- That pedestrians belong in geometric design, operations, and safety considerations.
- The significance of land-use, street connectivity, and site design in helping to make a safer pedestrian environment.
- To understand human behavior issues related to pedestrians and drivers interacting safely and common pedestrian crash types.
- To understand the role that planning and street design play in pedestrian safety.
- Effective solutions and best practices in design and operations for pedestrian safety.
Who Should Attend?
Persons who are involved in improving pedestrian safety at the state or local level, including: roadway safety personnel, State DOT staff, engineers, planners, and other traffic safety, enforcement and injury prevention professionals that improve safety for pedestrians.
Keith Sinclair, P.E., FHWA and Joe Gilpin, Vice President, Alta Planning & Design, Inc, Bozeman, MT.
This training will be Virtual via the instructors using Adobe Connect. Each participant will need to have a reliable Internet connection for the interactive webcast training.
LTAP is managing the registration process for ALL participants. This grant-funded course is being offered free of charge to OHIO RESIDENTS ONLY, if all sessions are completed. The grant funding will only cover the NHI registration fee for persons who complete the entire course. Those not completing all four sessions will be billed $175 for the NHI course cost. Participants must complete ALL SESSIONS of this 4-day training in order to receive a Certificate of Completion.
Registrants who will be unable to attend the training after registering are required to cancel a minimum of 7 days prior to the course start. Failure to cancel prior to the cut-off will result in loss of registration privileges for grant funded NHI or other grant-funded training offered by Ohio LTAP for a period of two years. Substitutions are encouraged.
The workbook, evaluation and participant registration forms will be provided in the chat pod during training so participants will be able to download them to use during the course.
Four Days – 9:00am to 12:00pm EDT
Total Contact Hours = 12.0.