November 17-22, 2014 – 6 cities in 6 days!
With the PCC serving as Secretary to the program Communities for Cycling, this group serves as a forum and best practice exchange for local planners and engineers wanting to learn about model bicycle and pedestrian planning and design. It turns out there are a LOT of planners and engineers itching to learn the newest bike […]
A Road Safety Audit is done for one reason: because a safety problem is suspected and it needs to be fixed. Recently I attended a 2 day workshop on conducting Road Safety Audits (RSAs) taught by Craig Allred, an expert with the Federal Highway Administration. An RSA is different from a traditional Traffic Safety Review, because […]
Last month, on request from the South Carolina Safe Routes to School regional coordinators, we trained 4 of their staff in the use of PCC’s bike safety education curriculum for schools. Through the generous sponsorship of Bikelaw, we developed two curriculums for our Safe Streets Save Lives bike safety education program. The 1st curriculum – […]
The City of Columbia is currently developing a pedestrian and bicycle master plan and bike share plan. This initiative (Walk Bike Columbia) is being supported by the Central Midlands Council of Governments, with funding provided in part by the Federal Transit Administration, Palmetto Health, and Abacus Planning Group. In recent years, the City of Columbia and partners have taken […]