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posted Feb 14, 2020
The California Land Conservation Conference is the largest annual gathering of land trusts, public agencies, foundations, and conservation professionals in the state. Our two-day event consists of thought-provoking speakers, powerful networking opportunities and unparalleled access to decision-makers in the conservation community.
posted Feb 13, 2020
Join us on Wednesday, Feb. 26, to learn how you can help advance trails and active transportation through the federal transportation debate now underway—and ensure the passage of legislation that funds and supports active transportation.
posted Feb 12, 2020
In this webinar, listen to change‐makers working at the local, state, and national levels to improve speed management practices while including equity considerations. The speakers will
discuss managing speeds while being responsive to community input, recent national research, and state efforts to consider alternatives to the 85th percentile for speed setting.
The goal of this presentation is to offer assessment findings, create a dialogue on perception of safety and night friendliness of cities, and identify innovative strategies to address women’s mobility issues when walking at night. This presentation will focus on our process of
collecting experience‐based data from women living in various neighborhoods of San Diego and overlay this input with the concepts of environmental justice, accessibility, and equity.
This webinar will provide two perspectives on the human experience: cycle highways, which are an emerging type of long distance, high quality bicycle route, and design methods, tools that practitioners can use develop bikeways that meet the needs of their communities.
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This webinar will cover: a review of principles for integrating walking and cycling with major transit stations (BRT, LRT, commuter rail); examples of successful integration in other jurisdictions; and an overview of a process for identifying connectivity gaps to stations for people walking and cycling; and how municipal government can establish an organizational process to close gaps.
The World Health Organization characterizes traffic deaths as a “preventable health epidemic”. Yet, this issue has not generated a widespread, longstanding call to action. Why not? The field of media studies offers potential insights. News coverage is known to shape public opinion by framing issues for the public and via sentence‐level editorial choices. With this in mind, we reviewed 200 local news articlesband found that coverage tends to shift blame towards vulnerable road users and away from drivers.
This webinar will discuss quantitatively measuring the pedestrian environment with case studies from Fort Worth, Oregon, and Montgomery County, MD. We'll also discuss how pedestrian infrastructure often gets pushed around to accommodate better signal timing and reduce vehicle delay. We'll explore a number of ways the City of Toronto evaluates pedestrian infrastructure and look at the case study of a missing crosswalk link at a major downtown intersection.
To ensure equitable transportation outcomes, we must prioritize the needs of those that are most disadvantaged. But how can we incorporate qualitative outcomes like equity? This webinar will present an equity analysis designed for data‐driven decision making by evaluating other key performance measures through the lens of equity.
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