Learn about the latest planning tools and design innovations for enhancing pedestrian safety and walkability.
With an increased focus on complete streets, public health, and sustainability; numerous new devices and planning tools; and limited funding for projects, providing safe walking facilities for all is both a challenge and opportunity.
This topic will present the latest planning tools and design innovations for enhancing pedestrian safety and walkability. It will focus on recent trends such as climate change, active transportation, safety and security, and funding. Planning tools discussed will include GIS innovations, crosswalk policies, complete streets policies, and various methods for analyzing the quality of the pedestrian experience. Additionally, the audio conference will present design innovations for pathways, controlled and uncontrolled crossings, and accommodations for disabled pedestrians. Case study examples, with success stories and lessons learned, will be featured.
Kendra Rowley, P.E.
Fehr & Peers
- Recognized expert in complete streets design
- Leads the Fehr & Peers’ complete streets practice area
- Co-founder of the San Diego Chapter for the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals
- Has presented at multiple ITE conferences throughout California on her research results for the safety efficacy for innovative pedestrian and bicycle treatments in many of the national design manuals and guidebooks
- Wrote an award-winning 2019 ITE Journal Article titled “Evaluating Success: Complete Streets Before and After”
- Frequently teaches courses and trainings on complete streets design topics
- Has significant project experience with respect to pedestrian safety, including Pedestrian Master Plans, Local Roadway Safety Plans, and partnering with the Office of Traffic Safety/UC Berkeley Tech Transfer as an evaluator for their California Complete Streets Safety Assessment Program
- Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, with high honors, California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo
- Can be contacted at 619-758-3008 or [email protected]
Sarah Saviskas, AICP
Fehr & Peers
- Senior Transportation Planner based in Seattle with 9 years of experience in pedestrian and bicycle planning, community outreach, multimodal transportation planning, and innovative pedestrian and bicycle analysis
- Has significant project experience in pedestrian planning, including Active Transportation Plans, Transportation Master Plans, Station Access Plans, and Local Road Safety Plans/Vision Zero Plans
- Participates in Fehr & Peers’ Bicycle and Pedestrian Discipline Group which develops tools for pedestrian analysis and advances the state of the practice of pedestrian planning within Fehr & Peers
- Master’s degree in city planning, with a focus on transportation planning and urban design, UC Berkeley; bachelor’s degree in International Relations, with high honors, Skidmore College
- Can be contacted at 206-576-4216 or [email protected]
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