More Health Webinars



Rails-with-Trails: Best Practices and Lessons Learned

Presented by: Shari Schaftlein, Director, Office of Human Environment, Federal Highway Administration; Mike Long, Director, Regional Operations, Office of Regional Operations and Outreach, Federal Railroad Administration; Frank Frey, General Engineer, Federal Railroad Administration; Michail Grizkewitsch, Transportation Analyst, Federal Railroad Administration; Jared Fijalkowski, Community Planner, U.S. DOT Volpe National Transportation Systems Center; Kelly Pack, Senior Director of Trail Development, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy; Christopher Douwes, Community Planner, Federal Highway Administration

Pedestrian Safety on Arterial Streets

Presented by: Dan Goodman, Toole Design; Thomas Hillman, Toole Design; Dr. Carey McAndrews, University of Wisconsin

Creating Active Routes to Everyday Destinations

Presented by: Ken Rose, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Chris Kochtitzky, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; TJ McCourt, City of Raleigh’s Department of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources

Planning for Pedestrian Safety: Leveraging FHWA Resources and Local Partnerships to Improve Pedestrian Crossings

Presented by: Becky Crowe, Federal Highway Administration; Lauren Blackburn, VHB; Sagar Shah, American Planning Association; Kerry Wilcoxon, Arizona Department of Transportation; Kristen Brookshire, UNC Highway Safety Research Center

A Resident's Guide for Creating Safer Communities for Walking and Biking

Presented by: Tamara Redmon, FHWA; Laura Sandt, PBIC; Eva Garcia, City of Brownsville, Texas; Ramiro Gonzalez, City of Brownsville, Texas; John Paul Shaffer, Livable Memphis

Promoting Cycling and Walking for Sustainable and Healthy Cities: Lessons from Europe and North America

Presented by: John Pucher, Professor, Urban Planning and Policy Development Program and Research Associate, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center

Prescription Trails: How Public Health Professionals are Supporting Trails and Walking Programs

Presented by: Attila Bality, Rivers, Trails & Conservation; Assistance Program in the National Park Service's New Mexico office; Dr. Linda Macdonald, Albuquerque Prescription Trails Program; Russell Hirschler, Upper Valley Trails Alliance in Vermont; Becky Lewandoski, Upper Valley Trails Alliance in Vermont; Judy Corwin, The Corvallis Clinic in Oregon

Communities Putting Prevention to Work: Using Walking and Bicycling as Ways to Promote Public Health

Presented by: Mary Balluff, chief, Community Health and Nutrition Services, Douglas County (Neb.) Health Department; Kerri Peterson, executive director Live Well Omaha; Alisa Haushalter, program manager, Nashville Communities Putting Prevention to Work Campaign

Using Health Impact Assessments to Connect Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety and Health

Presented by: Bethany Rogerson, Pew Charitable Trusts; Jim Skoog, St. Louis County Public Health, Minn.; Ellen Pillsbury, Arrowhead Regional Development Commission; Brendon Haggerty, Clark County, Wash. Public Health Department;

Walkability for Older Pedestrians: Using a Free NHTSA Workshop that Gets Results

Presented by: Nancy Pullen-Seufert, UNC Highway Safety Research Center; Seth LaJeunesse, UNC Highway Safety Research Center; Rhianna Babka, California WALKS; Susan Sutherland, Delaware General Health District