Classes

The ATRC offers in-person classroom training free of charge in locations across California. Below are the training courses that are currently offered.

Bicycle Transportation: An Introduction to Planning and Design

This one-day 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 provides an overview of basic bicycle planning and design standards, guidance, and tools. Though this course participants will learn how to apply bicycle design concepts that best balance competing needs on a specific route.

Due to the course popularity. Registration is limited to no more than 2 participants per agency. Please note that once you register, you will be placed on a waitlist. You will receive a confirmation (or “class at capacity”) email about 2 weeks before the course. Please let us know immediately, if you are not able to attend the training so that we can offer the space to those on the waitlist. Contact Tracy Coan at tracy.coan@csus.edu.

In 2018 courses were held in the following locations: Marysville, Redding, Stockton, Oakland, Santa Maria, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, San Diego

STAY TUNED: An online version of the this course is coming in late-2019! 

National Highway Institute Trainings – NHI

Designing for Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety

The ATRC offers training courses through FHWA’s Focus Cities and States Program to any agency in California at no cost. The classes are taught by an FHWA instructor and can be customized to cover specific topics your agency would like to received training on. These courses are 2-3 days in length.

Training courses offered include:

California LTAP announces 2019 training courses

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.