Cycling / Public transport

CITE March Webinar: From the Netherlands to North America – best practices in multimodal integration 

Canada’s Community of Transportation Professionals (CITE) is the largest network of Transportation Professionals in Canada. The CITE is part of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), an international network of transportation professionals who are responsible for the efficient and safe movement of people and goods on streets, highways and transit systems. The CITE hosts trainings, events, conferences and monthly webinars. Integrated Mobility Specialists Wayne Gong and Mary Elbech will discuss Dutch multi-modal integration best practices and how they can be applied in the North American context.   

 

CITE March Webinar: From the Netherlands to North America – best practices in multimodal integration  

Presenters: Wayne Gong, P.Eng. and Mary Elbech

Time: March 2, 12:00pm to 1:00pm MST    

Link: https://www.cite7.org/event/nacite-march-webinar/ 

Many people know the Netherlands for their cycling culture and world class bicycle infrastructure. What is less well-known is the Dutch expertise in multi-modal transportation – connecting people both on foot and on bike with efficient public transit systems. Join us on this webinar as we look to international expertise in the planning and design elements that make for seamless connections between active transportation and public transit. Some of the themes addressed will include active transportation networks and safe street design, station access by foot and bike, and bike parking facilities. We will then return to examples in Ottawa and San Diego to learn how these elements are being applied in a North American context and discuss ways to further develop multi-modal transportation hubs.  

 

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