Bicycling Innovations for Small Towns and Rural Communities

APA Wisconsin Chapter


Friday, February 10, 2017
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EST

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With the release of a new publication by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the Small Town and Rural Multimodal Networks (STAR) Guide focuses on design guidelines that aim to improve bicycling and walking in communities seeking solutions more tailored to their small town needs. This webinar provides you with a first look into this idea book for smaller communities, with visualizations and guidance for contemporary walking and biking facilities. Based in FHWA and AASHTO guidance, the Small Town and Rural guide applies a flexible design approach to creating more comfortable places for walking and biking. In addition to a preview of this guide, this session will include recent examples of projects from small towns from throughout the Midwest by Alta Planning + Design and SEH.

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Tim Gustafson, AICP

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Tim Gustafson is a certified planner with more than a decade of experience in transportation planning, and is engaged in developing training courses for best practices in bicycle and pedestrian facility design. His recent project experience includes projects for the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, Regional Transportation Authority, departments of ... Read More

Andrew Dane, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

I am an urban planner and entrepreneur with over twenty years of public and private sector planning and community development experience. As a highly skilled group process leader and facilitator, I love helping communities craft a shared vision for the future and practical roadmaps to get there. My passion is ... Read More

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