This hands-on course challenges you to explore the tools used to assess and evaluate the suitability of a transportation route and facilitate its use by all types of bicyclists. This course reviews California’s commitment to support all modes of transportation, and participants will learn how to apply bicycle design concepts that best balance competing needs on a specific route. Current policy related to the future of active transportation will be discussed, and supporting design documents will be identified. Courses were already held in 2018 in Marysville, Redding, Stockton, and Oakland. Registration for the below courses will open later this summer.
New courses are now active at the California Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP)
California LTAP provides subsidized, practical training for transportation professionals in California's cities, counties, and regional transportation agencies.
Professional development in traffic engineering, project development, infrastructure design and maintenance, policy and planning, safety, railroad, aviation, and multimodal transportation.
The ATRC is offering training courses through FHWA’s Focus Cities and States Program at no cost. Training courses offered include: