Making Signals Work for Bicyclists and Pedestrians

October 18, 2017

 

To create transportation networks that are supportive of bicycling and walking, transportation professionals should make use of existing infrastructure. This includes traffic signals and engineering treatments at intersections that can take advantage of a wide range of strategies to improve crossings.

This webinar focused on how agencies can use their traffic signals to make intersections safer and more comfortable for nonmotorized road users. Peter Koonce, PE, of Portland, Oregon, shared tips and strategies for improving intersections through signal timing, cycle lengths, speed management, protected phasing, and more.

The presentation was followed by a facilitated discussion period featuring questions submitted by webinar attendees.

Panelists

  • Peter Koonce, PE, of Portland, OR

Recording and Archive

  • Presentation Materials (PDF)
  • Video Recording (MP4)