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Upcoming webinars from APBP: 

"Managing Freight in Urban
Multi-Modal Corridors
"

Wed., March 21 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern

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"Got Counts? Now what?"

Wed., April 18 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern

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APBP invites proposals for 2018 webinar series topics

 

APBP is now accepting proposals to present one of the upcoming 2018 monthly webinar series topics:

Mar 21: Managing Freight in Urban Corridors
Apr 18: Got Counts? Now what?
May 16: Quick Builds - Tactical Urbanism Toolbox
June 20: Safety Manuals - The Good Stuff
July 18: Roundabouts that Work for Cyclists and Pedestrians
Aug 15: Moving Beyond the Centerline - Advisory Bicycle Lanes, Best Kept Secret
Sept 19: Placemaking in the Burbs
Oct 17: Ten Years of Safe Routes to School - Where Do We Go From Here?
Nov 14: Conflict Resolution: Good Sidepath Design
Dec 12: What Do You Do? Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator Skills

Webinars are one hour, scheduled at 3:00 p.m. Eastern on the third Wednesday of the month. Click here to view more information and to submit your proposal.


 



Essentials of Bike Parking: Selecting and Installing Bike Parking that Works (2015)

APBP prepared Essentials of Bike Parking for people planning to purchase or install bike parking fixtures on a limited scale. It is a brief overview of APBP’s comprehensive Bicycle Parking Guidelines handbook. This 12-page guide covers the following topics:

  • Site planning for short- and long-term parking
  •  Installation
  • Bicycle rack selection--including performance criteria, rack styles, and materials and coatings
  • Placement and spacing

This guide may be freely distributed and used for any non-commercial purpose. Click here to download.
See all of APBP's bike parking resources, including the full Bicycle Parking Guidelines, 2nd Edition











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