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Roadway/Urban Design and Pedestrian/Bicyclist Safety—Basic Principles and Applications March 9-12
Presentation by SafeTREC Director David Ragland and Postdoctoral Scholar Offer Grembek, both of the SafeTREC Global Road Safety Training Program

International Workshop on Safety, Sustainability and the Future of Urban Transportation, New Delhi, March 9-12, 2012, at the Transport Research and Injury Prevention Programme WHO Collaborating Centre at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, and co-sponsored by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations

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Register Now: Pedestrians Count! 2012, May 3 & 4, at Los Angeles Metro Headquarters, One Gateway Plaza, across from Union Station
Pedestrians Count is the only event of its kind focused solely on pedestrians and it provides an opportunity for advocates, practitioners and researchers to come together to share best practices, ask and answer questions, work to integrate data across fields, and to continue build a solid foundation for improving the pedestrian environment. Session topics will include walkability to transit and TOD, Sustainable Communities Strategies, health equity, and pedestrian data collection. Statewide professionals, academics, and community leaders will share their current and most promising work. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from, share, and network with California’s leaders in pedestrian safety and walkable communities. Read about the first Pedestrians Count! workshop in October 2010.

Go directly to Pedestrians Count! 2012 registration site.

Ticket Information: General = $110 Government or Non-profit Organization = $75 Student or Community Advocate = $35 A limited number of registration fee waivers are available. Learn more.

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