This webinar will highlight findings from a recently released report from the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center.
Costs for pedestrian and bicycle safety infrastructure often vary greatly from city to city and state to state. The report, Costs for Pedestrian and Bicyclist Infrastructure Improvements: A Resource for Researchers, Engineers, Planners, and the General Public (and associated database), is intended to provide meaningful estimates of infrastructure costs by collecting up-to-date cost information for pedestrian and bicycle treatments from states and cities across the country. Using this information, researchers, engineers, planners, and the general public can better understand the cost of pedestrian and bicycle treatments in their communities and make informed decisions about which infrastructure enhancements are best suited for implementation. By collecting countrywide cost information, this database should contain useful information for any state or city, even if costs from that particular state or city are not included for a given treatment.
- Mike Griffith, Federal Highway Administration
- Shari Schaftlein, Federal Highway Administration
- Deborah Lou, Active Living Research
- Charlie Zegeer, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
- Bryan Poole, UNC Highway Safety Research Center