How do we make streets disappear and cities thrive? Planning and design of the built environment for bicycles and pedestrians is an essential practice in reshaping the cities of the future.
This course will cover current practices in planning and implementation of cities for biking and walking, including a focus on background and policy; basic data gathering techniques; interventions; concept planning and design; transportation demand management; and advocacy skills. You will learn how to plan, design, and implement safer and more sustainable streets to meet the needs of bicyclists and pedestrians in addition to automobiles.
This course is approved for 1 AICP CM credit.