Webinar Wednesday at Noon: What Bikeways Go Where?

Cycle Track?  Sharrows?  Bike Boulevard?  Bike Lane?

Come learn about how to know what type of bikeway is best for a particular situation. These Webinars are free and open to all.

NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide Webinar Series
Bikeway Design in Context: Determining the right facility for the right street
Wednesday, June 5 | 12:00 to 1:15 p.m.
City of Eugene Engineering Wells Fargo 4th Floor Lyle Conference Room
99 E. Broadway at Broadway and Oak

Bikeway Design in Context: As bikeway design options have multiplied and evolved, the decision-making process for practitioners has become increasingly complex. What kinds of streets are best suited to cycle tracks? When should an engineer use a buffered bike lane rather than a conventional bike lane? Are shared lane markings appropriate for busy streets or only on local roads? This session will analyze the decision-making process that different cities go through when answering such questions, looking beyond speed and ADT to consider elements as varied as context, parking, transit routes and street width.

Presenters:
Joshua Benson, Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Director, New York City Department of Transportation
Nathan Wilkes, Associate Traffic Engineer, Neighborhood Connectivity Division, City of Austin

Lee Shoemaker
Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator
City of Eugene Public Works
99 E. Broadway, Suite 400
Eugene, OR 97401-3174
Voice:  541-682-5471
Fax:  541-682-5598
www.eugene-or.gov/bicycles