Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

State of the Lane: Protected Bike Lanes in the U.S..pptx

281 views

Published on

Protected bike lanes have moved from foreign concept to best practice in U.S. design with remarkable speed (for the transportation world). This session will provide a fast paced overview of the spread of this innovation and the current state of the practice. Leaders of the Green Lane Project and our partners will cover the latest on designs, new research, best practices, analyze trends and share the best lessons from the Green Lane Project study tours.
Learning Objectives:
Participants will be able to define and identify protected bike lanes.
Participants will access peer and professional guidance on how to build a protected bike lane.
Participants will state the pros and cons of building protected bike lanes.
Participants will identify sources for additional information on building protected bike lanes.

Presenter(s)

Presenter: Martha Roskowski PeopleForBikes
Co-Presenter: Linda Bailey NACTO
Co-Presenter: Dan Goodman Office of Human Environment, Livability Team, FHWA

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

State of the Lane: Protected Bike Lanes in the U.S..pptx

  1. 1. State of the Lane ProWalk/ProBike/ProPlace Pittsburgh, Sept 9, 2014 Title of Presentation Date
  2. 2. THE LONGEST PROTECTED BIKE LANE: 10.4 MILES THE AVERAGE PROTECTED BIKE LANE: 0.92 OF A MILE THE SHORTEST PROTECTED BIKE LANE: .03 OF A MILE
  3. 3. 2/3 ARE 1 WAY 1/3 ARE 2 WAY
  4. 4. Rapid implementaon
  5. 5. Vertical Title ges Here
  6. 6. Training and best pracces
  7. 7. Ausn’s all ages abilies bike network $140 million
  8. 8. MOPAC expansion project -­‐ $200 million
  9. 9. www.peopleforbikes.org/2015studytours
  10. 10. 2014-2016 Focus Cities - Atlanta - Boston - Denver - Indianapolis - Pittsburgh - Seattle
  11. 11. 210
  12. 12. Photo caption
  13. 13. Martha Roskowsi PeopleForBikes Green Lane Project Director martha@peopleforbikes.org

×