FHWA Pedestrian Focus Webinars

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Safety and the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC) will offer webinars intended to help communities address pedestrian safety issues and initiate the steps to drafting a tailored pedestrian safety action plan. Modeled after the FHWA’s/PBIC’s in-person training courses, the webinars will focus on topics ranging from engineering treatments to data collection and funding.

Upcoming Webinars

Coming soon!

Archived Webinars

5/28/2013— "Systemic Safety Project Selection Tool"
Presented by Karen Scurry, FHWA Office of Safety; and Howard Preston, CH2M HILL.

3/14/2013— "Technical Assessment of State Pedestrian Safety Programs"
Presented by Leah Walton, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; and Trenda McPherson, Florida Department of Transportation.

11/20/2012— "Road Diets and Pedestrian Safety"
Presented by Libby Thomas, UNC Highway Safety Research Center; Gina Coffman, Toole Design Group; and Mike Sallaberry, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.

8/16/2012— "Pedestrian Safety Initiatives in New York City"
Presented by Matthew Roe and Rob Viola of the New York City Department of Transportation.

5/30/2012— "Raised Median Islands and Pedestrian Safety"
Presented by Charlie Zegeer, UNC Highway Safety Research Center; Sheila Lyons, Oregon Department of Transportation; Gary Sokolow, Florida Department of Transportation; and Jack Ecklund, City of University Place

3/7/2012— "Pedestrian Safety and Accessibility Considerations at Modern Roundabouts"
Presented by Bastian Schroeder, Institute for Transportation Research and Education (ITRE) at North Carolina State University, and Hillary Isebrands, Federal Highway Administration, Resource Center - Safety and Design Technical Service Team

11/30/2011— "Safety and Operations of the Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon (HAWK) and Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB)"
Presented by Kay Fitzpatrick, Texas Transportation Institute; Richard Nassi, Pima Association of Governments; and Ron Van Houten, Western Michigan University