More Design and Engineering Guidance Resources



Roundabouts: An Informational Guide – Second Edition

Source: TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program
Updates the FHWA Roundabouts: An Informational Guide; explores the planning, design, construction, maintenance, and operation of roundabouts; and helps explain the trade-offs associated with roundabouts.
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Network Priority Tool – Running the Tool on Sunnyvale

Source: Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition
Describes a new tool that uses 17 criteria to evaluate and prioritize which corridors are the most important ones within a city to improve to create a complete low stress bicycle network.
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The Evolution of E-scooter Parking Management in Austin, Texas

Source: FHWA Fostering Multimodal Connectivity Newsletter
Describes how a city planned around the wave of dockless devices, and established regulations for their use and parking to ensure safe access to sidewalks and public rights-of-way for all users.
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San Diego, California Prioritizes Community-Based Partnerships to Develop Environmental Justice Mobility Toolkit

Source: FHWA Fostering Multimodal Connectivity Newsletter
Describes a community-based partnership driven project to develop mobility solutions for an environmental justice neighborhood that lacked adequate bicycle or pedestrian infrastructure.
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First Steps of TREC Anti-Racism Plan: Input on Racial Justice in Transportation Syllabi

Source: Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC), Portland State University (PSU
Provides resources for teaching race, racism, and equity in transportation planning
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Innovations in Transportation Equity for Latino Communities: Voices for Healthy Kids Grant Summary Report

Source: Salud America
Recommends bringing Latinos and Latino issues into transportation and planning conversations and ways to move toward transportation equity.
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Automatic Traffic Monitoring and Management for Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety Using Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Source: Mineta Transportation Institute
Describes an effective end-to-end system based on advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, and computer vision to automatically monitor, detect, track, and count pedestrians and bicyclists using existing traffic cameras.
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Driving Down Emissions

Source: Smart Growth America
Explores how land-use and transportation decisions are inextricably connected, and unpacks five strategies that can make a significant dent in the growth of emissions while building a more just and equitable society,
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Influencing Complete Streets Policies at the Regional Level

Source: Safe Routes Partnership
Outlines success stories, best practices, and resources to plan, fund, and build safer, more convenient streets for biking and walking through Complete Streets policies.
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Personal Delivery Devices (PDDs) Legislative Tracker (Version 1.0)

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
Provides up-to-date State Legislative Bill information about Personal Delivery Devices (PDDs) and PDD characteristics and operations included within these bills.
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