August 04, 2014
Michael Andersen, Green Lane Project staff writer
No puzzle in the world of protected bike lanes is tougher to untangle than the intersection. How do you make bikes visible to cars without forcing the two to mix uncomfortably?
Fortunately, the puzzle is being solved by street designers around the country and the world. Green Lane Project followers can get free access to a webinar this Wednesday that'll discuss the emerging best practices for high-quality intersection design.
The webinar, which will be recorded live from 3-4 p.m. Eastern time on Wednesday, Aug. 6, is created by the Green Lane Project and the Association of Bicycle and Pedestrian Professionals. The base attendance cost is $85, but it's free to APBP members or anyone using the discount code GLW2014_StaffComp. You can learn more or register for the webinar here.
You might also be interested in our running tally of upcoming and past webinars about protected bike lanes.
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