GIS-T Symposium Canceled
After careful consideration and in line with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding COVID-19, the decision has been made to cancel the 2020 AASHTO GIS for Transportation (GIS-T) Symposium scheduled to begin on Tuesday, April 14 in Minneapolis. AASHTO will contact those who registered for the GIS-T Symposium to reimburse the cost of registration. For additional information, please visit the 2020 AASHTO GIS-T Symposium website.
FHWA Webinar on Using GIS for Local Agency Data Collection
FHWA will host a webinar on Wednesday, March 25 from 1:00 – 2:00pm ET focused on Massachusetts DOT (MassDOT) efforts to collect data from local agencies using GIS. In this webinar, MassDOT will share their efforts to improve data collection across multiple programs through implementing a single workflow (Local Aid Grant Workflow). Built on the same platform used to submit federal-aid projects, the Local Aid
Since 1999 we’ve teamed with many of the big names in transportation and infrastructure planning, design, architecture, engineering and construction such as AECOM, Alta, Arup, BKF, Fehr & Peers, Jacobs, Mark Thomas, Parsons, and Walter P. Moore. We also work directly with local agencies on small to medium projects.
Add our expertise, writing and presentation skills, skilled field observations, “handlebar perspective” and knowledge of the bicycle community to your team. We can help you win the work and deliver success and public support for your client’s project.
BIKE ROOMS, BIKE CAGES, and large-scale bike parking
Improving mobility options and safety through the enhancement of the bicycle environment.
The City of San Diego is committed to supporting bicycling as a form of mobility and recreation. As part of the City’s long-term vision contained in the General Plan, the City supports the planning and development of bicycle-friendly development projects, streets, and neighborhoods for both commuter and recreational riders. To this end, the City has adopted a Citywide Bicycle Master Plan.
The Bicycle Master Plan serves as a policy document to guide the development and maintenance of bicycle facilities throughout the City. The policies in the Bicycle Master Plan address all issues related to San Diego’s bikeways such as planning, community involvement, utilization of existing resources, facility design, safety and education, funding and more.
The City annually applies for and receives grant funding to design and construct bicycle facility improvements throughout the City.