Learn about Level of Service and its relationship to bicycling and walking, with specific reference to the Highway Capacity Manual. Presenters describe the performance measures that transportation engineers and planners use related to signalized and unsignalized intersections; identify points where multimodal travel can be more effectively incorporated into traditional measures; explain emerging measures that are being considered in the update the Highway Capacity Manual by researchers; and discuss specific treatments that should be considered.
Nick Foster, Senior Planner, Kittelson and Associates
Peter Koonce, Signals and Street Lighting Manager, Portland Bureau of Transportation
Related training sessions (recorded webinars):
"Design for Cyclist and Pedestrian Comfort" (recorded 2/19/2014): This session provides information on alternative approaches to evaluate the qualitative aspects of cyclist and pedestrian facilities. This recording is available free for APBP members; click here for access.
"Multimodal Level of Service in the 2010 Highway Capacity Manual" (recorded 10/19/2011): Click here
Recorded January 21, 2015
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