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Latest safety news…
2017 ITE Coordinating Council Best Project Award – This product reflects more than eight years of volunteer effort and commitment to a high quality, useful product. The recommended practice is now considered the industry standard for active transportation interchange retrofits, with the content frequently presented in webinars and now incorporated into FHWA training courses for local jurisdictions.
Fehr & Peers is proud to have contributed to ITE’s new guide that provides best practices and resources for planning, designing, operating, and implementing new protected bikeways. Our contributions stem from some of our recent work preparing, 2017 Safety Efficacy Confidence Levels for Pedestrian and Bicycle Treatments which provides context for safety efficacy of various improvements included in the NACTO Urban Bikeway and Urban Street Design Guides.
Fehr & Peers is proud to have our staff and recent projects featured in the May 2017 ITE Journal. The article includes case study updates on quick build projects in the San Francisco East Bay. This article is a follow up to Carrie and Ryan’s April 2015 ITE Journal article on tactical urbanism and quick build planning and design trends.
FHWA Safety Performance Measures
Final Rule & Implementation Resources
The Final Rule under 23 CFR 490, and new resources to help States implement these safety performance measures. See also related Active Transportation Performance Measures for planning and designing for pedestrians and bicyclists.
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