Please see the attached job posting for Trails Manitoba Executive Director. Note the deadline to submit resumes is July 17, 2018.
Have a nice weekend!
Erik Dickson, MCIP, RPP
204.927.3444 | edickson(a)scatliff.ca<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> | www.scatliff.ca<http://www.scatliff.ca/>
1120-201 Portage Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3K6
Please join Green Action Centre and Bike Winnipeg on *Wednesday, July 18th*,
for a group viewing of the monthly APBP webinar in the EcoCentre
boardroom followed by discussion for those who wish to stay.
*AT Webinar: Wed, July 18th, 2-3pm*
*Safety Manuals – The Good Stuff*
FHWA Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP) Program: Selecting
Countermeasures for Uncontrolled Crossing Locations
APBP is hosting a webinar to share information about a new guide and tech
sheets promoting the use of countermeasures for uncontrolled pedestrian
crossing locations. The “Guide for Improving Pedestrian Safety at
Uncontrolled Crossing Locations” follows a six-step process and provides
tools that help agencies select countermeasures for uncontrolled crossing
locations based on roadway characteristics and pedestrian safety issues.
This guide was developed as part of the FHWA Every Day Counts - Safe
Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP) program. In addition to this new
guide, the STEP program released a series of new tech sheets highlighting
the safety benefits of the STEP countermeasures. The tech sheets provide
conceptual visualizations, best practices for installation, and cost
considerations for each of the countermeasures.
The new STEP guide and tech sheets are posted to the program website:
- Lauren Blackburn, VHB
- Charlie Zegeer, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
*Heather Mitchell *
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