Pedestrian and Bicycle Transport Planning Webinar Series
Introduction to Current Conditions and Trends in Biking and Walking
Thursday, June 21, 2018, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CDT
Why walking and biking matter
• Role of walking and biking
• Trends in safety, public health, development and local economies
Users and their needs
• Walk / bike user profiles and needs
• The 6Es, equity considerations, and policy and development framework
Engineering and Infrastructure: Design for Walkability and Bikeability
Thursday, June 21, 2018, 1:00 – 2:30 PM CDT
Approaches for improving user safety
Toolbox of treatments: facilities and intersections
Selecting treatments for context and use
Developing a Walking and Biking Plan, Part I
Friday, June 22, 2018, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CDT
Getting started: recognizing assets, barriers and opportunities
Community engagement for project implementation and success
Working with data: analytical tools and approaches
Infrastructure AND programs: Infusing a 6Es approach throughout
Developing a Walking and Biking Plan, Part II
Friday, June 22, 2018, 1:00 – 2:30 PM CDT
Effective short-term and longer term approaches
Tactical urbanism and the 5Es
Plan language and SMART goals
Implementation plan and resources for funding
Each webinar session earns continuing education credit and can be registered for individually. All attendees must log-on through their own email – attendees may not watch together if they wish to earn continuing education credit. HalfMoon Education Inc. must be able to prove attendance if either the attendee or HalfMoon Education Inc. is audited.
Certificates of completion will be provided for each webinar attended and will be sent via email in PDF form about five business days after the date of the conclusion of the series.
Webinars are presented via GoToWebinar, an easy-to-use application that can be run on most systems and tablets. Instructions and login information will be provided in an email sent close to the date of the webinar. It is highly recommended that you download, install and test the application before the webinar begins by clicking on the link in the email.
GoToWebinar system requirements:
Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 Mac OSX 10.9 (Mavericks) – 10.12 (Sierra)
Chrome v34+, Firefox v34+, Internet Explorer 8+, Microsoft Edge v12+, Safari v6+
Internet connection: Hardware:
Minimum of 1Mbps 2GB RAM or more
6.0 HSW CE Hours
6.0 HSW LUs
Continuing Education Credit Information
HalfMoon Education is an American Institute of Architects-approved continuing education sponsor (No. J885) and is deemed an approved continuing education sponsor for architects in New York. These webinars are not approved for Florida architects. Other states do not preapprove educators or courses. Check each webinar for the number of continuing education hours available. HalfMoon Education is an approved engineer continuing education provider in Florida, Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey (Approval No. 24GP00000700), New York (NYSED Sponsor No. 35), North Carolina, and North Dakota. Other states do not preapprove educators or courses. These webinars offer engineer continuing education credit in all states. Check each course listing for the number of PDHs available. HalfMoon Education is an International Code Council Preferred Provider (1232). Participation and knowledge retention will be verified for these webinar events, certificates of completion will be provided, and HSW LUs will be reported to the AIA. Please see individual course listings for available credit approval.
Antonio M. Rosell
Antonio M. Rosell, P.E., AICP, is the founder and director of Community Design Group (CDG), a consulting firm specializing in bicycle and pedestrian planning, placemaking and urban design, and community engagement. In 2015, he was recognized as “2015 Minnesota Planner of the Year” by the Minnesota Chapter of the American Planning Association.
An urban planner and civil engineer with 25 years of professional experience, Antonio integrates innovation and best-practices in active transportation, community design, and citizen participation to facilitate community learning, consensus-building and project implementation. He has led numerous sustainable transportation planning, design and community engagement projects in Minnesota and neighboring states, and also internationally in Mexico and Peru.
Antonio leads trainings for engineers, planners and other design professionals on pedestrian and bicycle transportation topics, and also serves as adjunct professor in the Urban and Regional Planning Program of the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School, where he teaches a graduate course on sustainable transportation.