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New Tools for Estimating Walking and Bicycling Demand (Recording)

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NCHRP project 08-78 developed new methods for estimating bicycle and pedestrian demand for planning and project development. The project’s final report is NCHRP 770, a guidebook that presents an array of methods for a variety of planning applications, with context and instruction on their selection and use. This webinar focuses on a new tool outlined in NCHRP 770 that enables practitioners to estimate demand from the interaction of land use and transportation.

The new multimodal accessibility tool allows planners to include all modes of travel in an analysis that also examines changes in the pattern of land use or the travel network to determine which strategy, or combination of strategies, provides the greatest return. This session will review the limitations of current models for estimating demand, describe the research behind the development of the new tool, and give examples of how the model is being used at regional, corridor, and neighborhood levels.

Presenter:
J. Richard Kuzmyk, Principal, Renaissance Planning Group

Recorded February 18, 2015

This product is a recorded video. Your purchase includes a link to a video file and downloads of the handouts and resource documents that were included with the original presentation. The video file may not be downloaded, but may be viewed multiple times. APBP's policy on use of the recording is that you may show the webinar to an unlimited number of guests and colleagues, but you may not share the link itself outside your agency or organization.

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