Evaluating Road Diets: Recent Research and Case Studies

Jul 07, 2020


A road diet, sometimes called a roadway reconfiguration, is a type of roadway project that can improve safety for all users by reducing crash severity, reducing vehicle speeds, shortening pedestrian crossing distances, and creating space for bikeways, among other benefits. Webinar panelists will share recent research about the operational effects of road diets, new guidelines for implementation, and case studies of recently completed projects.

This webinar is supported by FHWA's Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP) program which promotes proven, cost-effective countermeasures to improve pedestrian safety.



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