2013 Webinars Announced!

The first two webinars of 2013 are now scheduled! Please join us to hear about the multi-modal successes and strategies in the  City of Alexandria and Montgomery County.

Prioritizing walking and bicycling in the City of Alexandria

The City of Alexandria has a long standing commitment to multi-modal transportation, Complete Streets and Safe Routes to School. Hear from their Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Manager, Carrie Sanders, about City’s approach to multi-modal streets in the city and around schools. A case study about Charles Barrett Elementary School and the complexity of bringing multiple stakeholders together will be presented. Then hear about the City’s next steps to ensure pedestrian and bicycle facilities are considered at an early stage of new development. The new Transportation Guidelines for New Development are currently being developed and will ensure a multi-modal approach.

Date: May 15th
Time: 10 a.m. ET
Webinar link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join/899433525
Phone number:
Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) – a headset is recommended.
Or, call in using your telephone: (619) 550-0000
Access Code: 899-433-525
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting
Meeting ID: 899-433-525

Montgomery County’s approach to pedestrian safety

Pedestrian safety has been prioritized by the County Executive in Montgomery County. Learn about the multifaceted approach which includes data utilization, road audits, targeted infrastructure improvements paired with education, Safe Routes to School and a partnership with law enforcement.

Date: June 5th

Details TBA!

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