3:00 pm ET
Active transportation corridors play a crucial role in how the public interacts with their communities. Guidelines and standards for bikeways are continually evolving and improving based on research and evaluation of applied techniques. In practice, implemented projects can reveal issues and challenges associated with design, materials selection, or maintenance. By revisiting completed projects, we will investigate achievements as well as issues that can sometimes be overlooked, and we will discuss approaches to mitigate these concerns. This will show how bikeways have evolved over time as cities have continually learned from past projects. Common operational expectations, including materials and maintenance, will be addressed by explaining how corridors can remain long-lasting alongside routine maintenance tasks, such as sweeping, mowing and snow plowing. Along with the technical aspects of bikeway design, city personnel will be able to discuss how bikeway and multimodal corridors are being used to invest in and reconnect communities that have historically been underrepresented, underserved or marginalized. This presentation will include real world examples of various bikeways from Minneapolis, Saint Paul, and Charlotte. City personnel will discuss how projects are meeting or exceeding expectations, as well as lessons learned.
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