The ATRC partners with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to offer customized training for your agency. Training courses include:
101: This 2-day course is intended to help state and local transportation professionals address pedestrian safety issues through design and engineering solutions. Modules introduce the principles of pedestrian safety design and provide information about proven countermeasures.
201: This course provides agencies with a closer look at pedestrian safety countermeasures and focus on details about their effectiveness and intended use. Agencies select modules in advance to build a course that is tailored to their needs and interests.
This 1-day course provides an introduction to bicycle safety design principles and provides planners and engineers with a foundation of knowledge needed to understand bicyclists’ needs and improve their safety through engineering and design strategies.
This 3-day course combines elements of the 2-day pedestrian-focused courses for a comprehensive examination of strategies to identify safety problems, develop plans, and implement solutions through engineering, policy, and behavioral interventions.
This 2-day course is designed to help agencies understand where to begin to address pedestrian safety issues and assist agencies in further enhancing their existing pedestrian programs and activities.
This course provides agencies with a custom approach to improving pedestrian and bicyclist safety using a complete streets approach. The session can be tailored to focus on developing complete streets policies or plans, as well as implementation of existing policies.
This 3-day workshop is designed to create a draft pedestrian safety action plan for state and local agencies wanting to address safety issues. The template is a tool for examining and prioritizing agency programs.
To get more information or to request a training please e-mail at ATRC@csus.edu