I just received the invite below from Traffic Logix. They've put together an impressive team to teach the Traffic Calming webinar and you can't beat free Continuing Education Credits. Go here to sign up. I already did and space is limited.
I am writing to invite you to an exciting Traffic Logix webinar, Traffic Calming: Real Life Challenges and Designs. Our guest speakers will be Steven Brown, PE, Seleta Reynolds, AICP, and Christina Carey, PE, AICP. The four part webinar will include traffic calming case studies from four California cities: La Habra, Ft Bragg, Benicia, and Beverly Hills.
The webinar will be presented on January 13, 2011 at 11:30 et/8:30 pt. It will last 45 minutes to an hour and will be interactive with a question and answer period at the end of the session.
Steven Brown, PE is a Senior Principal at Fehr & Peers with 25 years of experience in transportation planning and traffic engineering. In addition to his consulting experience, he was the Director of Transportation Planning for the City of Sacramento. He has managed projects in 10 states including more than two dozen programs. He is a co-author of the US Traffic Calming Manual, co-published by the American Planning Association and American Society of Civil Engineers.
Seleta Reynolds, AICP has 12 years of experience planning, funding, and implementing active transportation projects. She is a member of the Transportation Research Board Pedestrian Committee and serves as the three-time President of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals. She manages the firm’s Kirkland office and leads the company wide bicycle and pedestrian practice.
Christine Carey, PE, AICP, is a senior transportation planner with over 10 years of engineering and urban planning experience. Christine has managed numerous traffic calming projects and programs for clients including the City of Fort Bragg, City of New Rochelle and University of San Francisco.
This webinar is free of charge but pre-registration is required. Professional development hours will be available to all registrants. You must register for and attend the webinar to receive your PDH credits.
We hope you will take this opportunity to learn more about effective traffic calming.