Pedestrian Safety Peer Exchange

Pedestrian Safety Peer Exchange

The Pedestrian Safety Peer Exchange was a two-day event held September 10-11, 2019 in Champaign, Illinois which brought together practitioners from both state and local agencies to discuss such topics as Data Driven Approaches to Pedestrian Safety, Infrastructure and Speed Reduction for Pedestrian Safety, and Pedestrian Safety Funding programs.

PRESENTATIONS:

  • 01 - Module 1 - Using Data to Identify Pedestrian High-Crash Corridors (Katherine Beckett)
  • 02 - Module 1 - Central Ohio Transportation Study (Lauren Cardoni)
  • 03 - Module 1 - Natural Bridge Safety Initiative (Michelle Forneris & Eddie Watkins)
  • 04 - Module 1 - Driving Change (Michael Smith & Julia Knuckman)
  • 05 - Lunch - Creating a Community Pedestrian Safety Eduction Program (Cynthia Hoyle)
  • 06 - Module 2 - FHWA Perspective (Peter Eun)
  • 07 - Module 2 - Pedestrian Gateway Treatment (Carissa McQuiston)
  • 08 - Module 2 - Illinois Midblock Pedestrian Crossing Guidelines (Marshall Metcalf)
  • 09 - Module 2 - National Direction and Illinois Pedestrian Policy (Jon McCormick)
  • 10 - Module 2 - Vision Zero and Chicago's High Crash Corridors (Sean Wiedel)
  • 11 - Module 2 - The MCORE Story - Pedestrian Safety on a College Campus (Cindy Loos) 
  • 12 - Module 3 - Highway Safety Improvement Program [HSIP] (Filiberto Sotelo)
  • 13 - Module 3 - Michigan Local HSIP Funding For Non-Motorized Projects (Pamela Blazo)
  • 14 - Module 3 - Safe Routes To School - Two Contrasting Examples (Stephen Arney)
  • 15 - Module 3 - Safe Routes To School - Innovations in Michigan (Colleen Synk)
  • 16 - Module 3 - Central Avenue ITEP Pedestrian Improvements (Dan Manis & Todd Bright)
  • 17 - Module 3 - Program Management Innovations (Michael Smith)