Designing Streets for Bicyclists
Designing Streets for Pedestrians
This course is designed for persons responsible for planning, designing, operating, or integrating bicycle facilities in the transportation network. Taught by Michael Ronkin, the former manager of ODOT's Bicycle and Pedestrian Program.
Important Planning & Design Considerations
- Land Use
- Street Connectivity
- Urban Form
Multi-Use Paths: Planning & Design
I know that when you were driving home today, driving approximately 35mph past the 55mph sign, you were very concerned about the "urban form" that maybe wasn't allowing a bicyclist to do his grocery shopping.
And I for one am delighted that more thought will be put into multi-use paths so that when I go to get my new furniture it will be easier to bring home.
And the land use, or as I call it "don't EVER use land anywhere", rules clearly need to be designed to pack us in like sardines. We aren't too crowded yet.
Thank you ODOT.
Oh, and by the way, why are you considered a "corporate sponsor" for several events put on by a racist organization? Did you become a corporation like State Farm insurance or BlueCross/BlueShield? I'd love to look at your quarterly earning...