The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC) offers webinars on a variety of topics related to pedestrian and bicycle safety.
Upcoming and Recent PBIC Webinars:
3/11/2014— "Accessible Pedestrian Signals"
Presented by Daniel Carter, a senior research associate with the UNC Highway Safety Research Center, and Janet Barlow, president of Accessible Design for the Blind.
3/13/2014— "Pedestrian Safety and the Highway Safety Improvement Program"
Presented by Karen Scurry, FHWA Office of Safety; Kohinoor Kar, Arizona DOT; David Cohen, FHWA California Division.
PBIC Webinar Series:
We also currently offer webinars in the following series:
Livable Communities Webinar Series
This ongoing webinar series is designed to encourage safe walking and bicycling as a viable means of transportation and physical activity.
FHWA Pedestrian Focus Webinar Series
This series of quarterly webinars is part of the FHWA Office of Safety's initiative to reduce deaths and injuries by focusing resources in areas with the highest numbers and/or rates of pedestrian fatalities.
Pedestrian Safety Action Plan Webinar Series
This seven-part webinar series is designed to help communities know where to begin to address pedestrian safety issues when developing a pedestrian safety action plan tailored to their community.
AASHTO Bike Guide Series
This seven-part series provides complete training on all updates to the updated AASHTO Bike Guide.
PBIC has teamed up with the American Public Health Association to offer this three-part series that discusses the intersection between public health and active transportation.
Designing for Pedestrian Safety Webinars
This eight-part Webinar series is intended to help communities address pedestrian safety issues through design and engineering solutions.
Easter Seals Webinar series
Part of Easter Seals Project Action's Promising Practices and Solutions in Accessible Transportation Series, co-presented by PBIC.
In addition to the PBIC-sponsored webinars, several other organizations offer webinars on topics related to bicycling, walking, and livable communities.