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The Science (and Art) of Active Transportation Planning in Berkeley

Berkeley is a leading city in promoting walking and biking for transportation. The City recently adopted a new Berkeley Bicycle Plan (2017), laying out a “Low-Stress” Vision Network to promote bicycling. Hear how a process of data collection, public engagement, and analysis led to this vision, as well as the ongoing development of low-stress bikeways such as those included in “Complete Streets” projects on Bancroft Way and Hearst Avenue. Our speaker will also discuss the Berkeley Pedestrian Master Plan (2010) path-breaking demand and safety analysis and forthcoming “Vision Zero” update of this plan, with the ultimate goal of reducing traffic fatalities to zero.

Speaker: Eric Anderson

Wednesday, 03/07/18

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Cafe Valparaiso
1403 Solano Ave.
Albany, CA 94706
USA


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