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TSC at Pro Walk/Pro Bike 08: "Transforming Communities: Beyond Sustainability"—will involve nearly 250 presenters in panels, workshops, poster sessions, and plenaries. The Pro Walk/Pro Bike biennial conference is being held September 2-5, 2008, in Seattle.
TSC Participation at Pro Walk/Pro Bike 08
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Safe Routes to School Annual Meeting: The Safe Routes to School National Partnership is holding its free Annual Meeting on Tuesday, September 2, 2008 from 10am-5pm in conjunction with the Pro Walk/Pro Bike Conference. Advanced registration is required. See announcement of TSC's selection as SRTS Health Evaluation Consultant, along with PPH Partners.
Creating and Implementing a Bicycle Master Plan: The Seattle Experience
Workshop instructors include: Jennifer Toole & Bill Schultheiss, Toole Design Group; Chuck Ayres and David Hiller, Cascade Bicycle Club; Robert Schneider, graduate student at UC Berkeley Traffic Safety Center; and Bill Hunter P.E. University of North Carolina’s Highway Safety Research Center. Go to Pedestrian/Bike research page on TSC site.
Ped-Bike Strategic Research Symposium: Symposium Leaders: David Levinger; Robert Schneider, UC Berkeley Traffic Safety Center
Thursday, September 4, 2008
University Pedestrian and Bicycle Education: What Is Being Taught, and How Can We Provide Better Training for Future Professionals?
Panel Members: Robert Schneider, UC Berkeley Traffic Safety Center; Ann Do, Research Highway Engineer, FHWA's Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, McLean, Virginia; Ron Eck, Professor of Civil Engineering at West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia; Lynn Weigand, Director, Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon
Go to PDF of flyer for Schneider's pedestrian and bicycle transportation planning course Spring 2008.
(Poster) Development of Simple Pedestrian Volume Modeling Tool in Alameda County, CA
Robert Schneider and Lindsay Arnold, UC Berkeley Traffic Safety Center
Go to PDF of PowerPoint presentation of preliminary work on the Pedestrian Counting Tool.
(Poster) International Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety: Understanding the Magnitude of the Problem and Identifying Critical Data Needs
Robert Schneider, UC Berkeley Traffic Safety Center
Go to TSC research page on International Traffic Safety.