PATH and the Hawaii LTAP present:
“Bicycle Facility Design Workshop”
Monday, September 20th 8:30am – 4:30pm
East-West Center, Jefferson Hall, Keoni Auditorium – 1777 East West Road, Honolulu, HI 96848
$30, includes a delicious lunch and refreshments
This full-day workshop at the beautiful Keoni Auditorium at the famous East-West Center is for leaders interested in understanding the planning and design of bicycle facilities, and includes an on-bike tour of Manoa Valley and the UH Campus. The presenters are John LaPlante of T.Y. Lin International and Fred Rank of the Federal Highway Administration, in partnership with the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC) at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Highway Research Center.
• Understand key principles and concepts in bikeway design for on-road and off-road facilities.
• Participate in a casual bicycle ride with stops to analyze various types of on-road facilities.
• Gain new insights into how to best incorporate bicycle facilities into the existing transportation system.
The Workshop is offered in partnership by PATH, Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii and the Hawaii Local Technical Assistance Program (Hawaii LTAP) in cooperation with the Hawaii State Department of Transportation, the University of Hawaii’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Federal Highway Administration, with support from the Department of Health Injury Prevention and Control Branch. A special thank you to Cycle Manoa for donating 10 bicycles for the on-bike tour. For more information visit:www.pathhawaii.org or email email@example.com. Register for the Workshop by calling Gail Yamamoto at 808-956-8367 firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, September 7th, 2010.