Previous course content - check later in 2018 for updated content

Day 1 Sessions

Registration and bicycle fit-out 
Why walking and cycling matter
Introduction and ACT Government policy           
Course objectives and expectations
Including pedestrians and bicycle riders – fieldwork sessions by bicycle and on foot
Fieldwork debrief
Designing facilities for pedestrians

Day 2 Sessions

Designing mid-block facilities for bicycle riders
Designing intersection facilities for bicycle riders
Preview of course Resources CDROM
Group assignment briefing - Re-designing an urban road
Group assignment field inspection
Group assignment work time
Group assignment presentations
Course summary and conclusion

 

Designing for Active Travel in the ACT

A two-day training course covering the new guidelines

NEW TRAINING COURSE PLANNED FOR LATE 2018

The ACT active travel facilities design guideline, Municipal Infrastructure Standard Part 5 - Active Travel Facilities Design (MIS05), is currently being finalised for release this year. The existing training course is currently being updated to reflect the new guidelines.

Check this page for details of course dates and program information mid 2018.

For further information contact:

Course coordinators, Warren Salomon and Geoff Farrar
Phone (Warren): 02 9386 4484
(Geoff): 0422 004 839

Email: office@sustainabletransport.com.au

Course fees are 50% of comparable interstate courses due to a generous subsidy from the ACT Government.

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