The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) in conjunction with National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) and with support from the US DOT Federal Highway Administration, will host a workshop based on the NACTO Urban Street Design Guide.
Participants will analyze a corridor with a critical intersection in Washington, DC, evaluating its potential as a multi-modal street, and applying interim design strategies, intersection design strategies and street typologies, as well as other topics addressed in the Guide. The design charrette format will incorporate classroom and field activities, and provide a forum for dialogue and engagement between engineers, planners and other professionals. The registration includes a copy of the Urban Street Design Guide, beverage breaks, and lunch.
- Apply principles of the Urban Street Design Guide, including short-term and long-term strategies.
- Identify workable design solutions to enhance multi-modal safety and mobility, and create a vibrant public realm.
More information about facilitators, registration, and continuing education credits is available here.