Maintaining Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity in Work Zones
Construction projects are a fact of life for cities, but pedestrian and bicycle accommodation has not always been at the forefront of our concerns, nor guidance. Many cities have taken the lead in augmenting MUTCD guidance and require greater--but still feasible--accommodation. The April webinar will take a look at Oakland's process for revising temporary traffic control as well as the City of Vancouver's practices for walking and cycling. We'll also examine the emerging policy for more stringent requirements along AAA cycling routes in Vancouver. Real world examples of pedestrian and bike provisions will be presented, as well as some more complicated situations where a 'by the book' approach would not suffice.
Sarah Fine, City of Oakland
Mike Zipf, City of Vancouver
Recorded April 19, 2017 | 60 minutes
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