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Wednesday
Dec
17
2014
Wednesday, December 17, 2014 from 10-11am
10-11am
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APBP Announces 2014 Webinar Program Puget Sound Regional Council Ped/Bike program usually hosts free webinar sessions. Check with http://www.psrc.org/about/advisory/bpac/ to see locations. PLEASE NOTE TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CHECK! Register here: http://www.apbp.org/event/2014_12webinars Regular participants at APBP’s monthly webinars know that they’re a great way to bring stakeholders, colleagues and clients together to explore bicycle and pedestrian issues and build support for active transportation. Plus, the webinars offer training credits that may meet your professional accreditation requirements.* And with APBP’s generous discount structure, the more sessions you buy, the more you save. Register for a full year of webinars and get 12 webinars for the price of 10 (APBP members pay $500; non-members pay $850). The 2014 schedule includes these topics: Jan 15Strategies to Enable Winter Cycling and Walking Feb 19Design for Cyclist and Pedestrian Comfort Mar 19All In: The Value of Investing in Complete and Green Streets Apr 16Public Health Benefits of Active Transportation May 21Best Planning and Engineering Practices for School Zones Jun 18Calming Arterial Streets for Safer Walking and Cycling Jul 16From Fast to Safer: Best Practices Where Road Speeds Change Aug 20Transform Bicycling and Walking Outside the Urban Context Sep 17Optimize Signals for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Oct 15Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways Nov19E-bikes, Electric Assist Bikes and Transportation Policy Dec 17Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement
Wednesday
Nov
19
2014
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 from 10-11am
10-11am
Venue:
@
$$ Webinar
APBP Announces 2014 Webinar Program Puget Sound Regional Council Ped/Bike program usually hosts free webinar sessions. Check with http://www.psrc.org/about/advisory/bpac/ to see locations. PLEASE NOTE TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CHECK! Register here: http://www.apbp.org/event/2014_12webinars Regular participants at APBP’s monthly webinars know that they’re a great way to bring stakeholders, colleagues and clients together to explore bicycle and pedestrian issues and build support for active transportation. Plus, the webinars offer training credits that may meet your professional accreditation requirements.* And with APBP’s generous discount structure, the more sessions you buy, the more you save. Register for a full year of webinars and get 12 webinars for the price of 10 (APBP members pay $500; non-members pay $850). The 2014 schedule includes these topics: Jan 15Strategies to Enable Winter Cycling and Walking Feb 19Design for Cyclist and Pedestrian Comfort Mar 19All In: The Value of Investing in Complete and Green Streets Apr 16Public Health Benefits of Active Transportation May 21Best Planning and Engineering Practices for School Zones Jun 18Calming Arterial Streets for Safer Walking and Cycling Jul 16From Fast to Safer: Best Practices Where Road Speeds Change Aug 20Transform Bicycling and Walking Outside the Urban Context Sep 17Optimize Signals for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Oct 15Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways Nov19E-bikes, Electric Assist Bikes and Transportation Policy Dec 17Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement
Wednesday
Oct
15
2014
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 from 11am-noon
11am-noon
Venue:
@
$$ Webinar
APBP Announces 2014 Webinar Program Puget Sound Regional Council Ped/Bike program usually hosts free webinar sessions. Check with http://www.psrc.org/about/advisory/bpac/ to see locations. PLEASE NOTE TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CHECK! Register here: http://www.apbp.org/event/2014_12webinars Regular participants at APBP’s monthly webinars know that they’re a great way to bring stakeholders, colleagues and clients together to explore bicycle and pedestrian issues and build support for active transportation. Plus, the webinars offer training credits that may meet your professional accreditation requirements.* And with APBP’s generous discount structure, the more sessions you buy, the more you save. Register for a full year of webinars and get 12 webinars for the price of 10 (APBP members pay $500; non-members pay $850). The 2014 schedule includes these topics: Jan 15Strategies to Enable Winter Cycling and Walking Feb 19Design for Cyclist and Pedestrian Comfort Mar 19All In: The Value of Investing in Complete and Green Streets Apr 16Public Health Benefits of Active Transportation May 21Best Planning and Engineering Practices for School Zones Jun 18Calming Arterial Streets for Safer Walking and Cycling Jul 16From Fast to Safer: Best Practices Where Road Speeds Change Aug 20Transform Bicycling and Walking Outside the Urban Context Sep 17Optimize Signals for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Oct 15Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways Nov19E-bikes, Electric Assist Bikes and Transportation Policy Dec 17Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement
Wednesday
Sep
17
2014
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 from 11am-noon
11am-noon
Venue:
@
$$ Webinar
APBP Announces 2014 Webinar Program Puget Sound Regional Council Ped/Bike program usually hosts free webinar sessions. Check with http://www.psrc.org/about/advisory/bpac/ to see locations. PLEASE NOTE TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CHECK! Register here: http://www.apbp.org/event/2014_12webinars Regular participants at APBP’s monthly webinars know that they’re a great way to bring stakeholders, colleagues and clients together to explore bicycle and pedestrian issues and build support for active transportation. Plus, the webinars offer training credits that may meet your professional accreditation requirements.* And with APBP’s generous discount structure, the more sessions you buy, the more you save. Register for a full year of webinars and get 12 webinars for the price of 10 (APBP members pay $500; non-members pay $850). The 2014 schedule includes these topics: Jan 15Strategies to Enable Winter Cycling and Walking Feb 19Design for Cyclist and Pedestrian Comfort Mar 19All In: The Value of Investing in Complete and Green Streets Apr 16Public Health Benefits of Active Transportation May 21Best Planning and Engineering Practices for School Zones Jun 18Calming Arterial Streets for Safer Walking and Cycling Jul 16From Fast to Safer: Best Practices Where Road Speeds Change Aug 20Transform Bicycling and Walking Outside the Urban Context Sep 17Optimize Signals for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Oct 15Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways Nov19E-bikes, Electric Assist Bikes and Transportation Policy Dec 17Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement
Wednesday
Aug
20
2014
Wednesday, August 20, 2014 from 11am-noon
11am-noon
Venue:
@
$$ Webinar
APBP Announces 2014 Webinar Program Puget Sound Regional Council Ped/Bike program usually hosts free webinar sessions. Check with http://www.psrc.org/about/advisory/bpac/ to see locations. PLEASE NOTE TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CHECK! Register here: http://www.apbp.org/event/2014_12webinars Regular participants at APBP’s monthly webinars know that they’re a great way to bring stakeholders, colleagues and clients together to explore bicycle and pedestrian issues and build support for active transportation. Plus, the webinars offer training credits that may meet your professional accreditation requirements.* And with APBP’s generous discount structure, the more sessions you buy, the more you save. Register for a full year of webinars and get 12 webinars for the price of 10 (APBP members pay $500; non-members pay $850). The 2014 schedule includes these topics: Jan 15Strategies to Enable Winter Cycling and Walking Feb 19Design for Cyclist and Pedestrian Comfort Mar 19All In: The Value of Investing in Complete and Green Streets Apr 16Public Health Benefits of Active Transportation May 21Best Planning and Engineering Practices for School Zones Jun 18Calming Arterial Streets for Safer Walking and Cycling Jul 16From Fast to Safer: Best Practices Where Road Speeds Change Aug 20Transform Bicycling and Walking Outside the Urban Context Sep 17Optimize Signals for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Oct 15Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways Nov19E-bikes, Electric Assist Bikes and Transportation Policy Dec 17Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement
Wednesday
Jul
16
2014
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 from 11am-noon
11am-noon
Venue:
@
$$ Webinar
APBP Announces 2014 Webinar Program Puget Sound Regional Council Ped/Bike program usually hosts free webinar sessions. Check with http://www.psrc.org/about/advisory/bpac/ to see locations. PLEASE NOTE TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CHECK! Register here: http://www.apbp.org/event/2014_12webinars Regular participants at APBP’s monthly webinars know that they’re a great way to bring stakeholders, colleagues and clients together to explore bicycle and pedestrian issues and build support for active transportation. Plus, the webinars offer training credits that may meet your professional accreditation requirements.* And with APBP’s generous discount structure, the more sessions you buy, the more you save. Register for a full year of webinars and get 12 webinars for the price of 10 (APBP members pay $500; non-members pay $850). The 2014 schedule includes these topics: Jan 15Strategies to Enable Winter Cycling and Walking Feb 19Design for Cyclist and Pedestrian Comfort Mar 19All In: The Value of Investing in Complete and Green Streets Apr 16Public Health Benefits of Active Transportation May 21Best Planning and Engineering Practices for School Zones Jun 18Calming Arterial Streets for Safer Walking and Cycling Jul 16From Fast to Safer: Best Practices Where Road Speeds Change Aug 20Transform Bicycling and Walking Outside the Urban Context Sep 17Optimize Signals for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Oct 15Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways Nov19E-bikes, Electric Assist Bikes and Transportation Policy Dec 17Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement
Wednesday
Jun
18
2014
Wednesday, June 18, 2014 from 11am-noon
11am-noon
Venue:
@
$$ Webinar
APBP Announces 2014 Webinar Program Puget Sound Regional Council Ped/Bike program usually hosts free webinar sessions. Check with http://www.psrc.org/about/advisory/bpac/ to see locations. PLEASE NOTE TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CHECK! Register here: http://www.apbp.org/event/2014_12webinars Regular participants at APBP’s monthly webinars know that they’re a great way to bring stakeholders, colleagues and clients together to explore bicycle and pedestrian issues and build support for active transportation. Plus, the webinars offer training credits that may meet your professional accreditation requirements.* And with APBP’s generous discount structure, the more sessions you buy, the more you save. Register for a full year of webinars and get 12 webinars for the price of 10 (APBP members pay $500; non-members pay $850). The 2014 schedule includes these topics: Jan 15Strategies to Enable Winter Cycling and Walking Feb 19Design for Cyclist and Pedestrian Comfort Mar 19All In: The Value of Investing in Complete and Green Streets Apr 16Public Health Benefits of Active Transportation May 21Best Planning and Engineering Practices for School Zones Jun 18Calming Arterial Streets for Safer Walking and Cycling Jul 16From Fast to Safer: Best Practices Where Road Speeds Change Aug 20Transform Bicycling and Walking Outside the Urban Context Sep 17Optimize Signals for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Oct 15Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways Nov19E-bikes, Electric Assist Bikes and Transportation Policy Dec 17Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement
Wednesday
May
21
2014
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 from 11am-noon
11am-noon
Venue:
@
$$ Webinar
APBP Announces 2014 Webinar Program Puget Sound Regional Council Ped/Bike program usually hosts free webinar sessions. Check with http://www.psrc.org/about/advisory/bpac/ to see locations. PLEASE NOTE TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CHECK! Register here: http://www.apbp.org/event/2014_12webinars Regular participants at APBP’s monthly webinars know that they’re a great way to bring stakeholders, colleagues and clients together to explore bicycle and pedestrian issues and build support for active transportation. Plus, the webinars offer training credits that may meet your professional accreditation requirements.* And with APBP’s generous discount structure, the more sessions you buy, the more you save. Register for a full year of webinars and get 12 webinars for the price of 10 (APBP members pay $500; non-members pay $850). The 2014 schedule includes these topics: Jan 15Strategies to Enable Winter Cycling and Walking Feb 19Design for Cyclist and Pedestrian Comfort Mar 19All In: The Value of Investing in Complete and Green Streets Apr 16Public Health Benefits of Active Transportation May 21Best Planning and Engineering Practices for School Zones Jun 18Calming Arterial Streets for Safer Walking and Cycling Jul 16From Fast to Safer: Best Practices Where Road Speeds Change Aug 20Transform Bicycling and Walking Outside the Urban Context Sep 17Optimize Signals for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Oct 15Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways Nov19E-bikes, Electric Assist Bikes and Transportation Policy Dec 17Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement