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APA RMC Virtual Training - [Things] People to Consider in Multimodal Transportation Projects
Wednesday, April 19, 2023, 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM
Virtual via Zoom
12:00 - 1:30 pm Mountain Time, 1:00 - 2:30 pm Central Time
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
While nominally this course is about the accessibility of pedestrian facilities, fundamentally, we will discuss the prioritization of pedestrian safety above all else. The design of pedestrian/multimodal transportation corridors must anticipate the potential conflict of diverse user groups with different needs and expectations. Safety and equitable use of public assets is paramount. Transit-oriented development must consider environmental justice and inclusion of all categories of transportation users, from the transit-dependent to cyclists to the economically-disadvantaged, to people of all abilities. Projects must evaluate the needs of all users, compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the environmental and economic impacts on the surrounding community from the earliest conceptual designs.
AIA CE/LU credit will be offered for this webinar. You must attend the entire session to receive CE/LU credit. List your AIA number in the question area of registration in order to receive credit. APA will report credit to AIA. Completion certificates will be available for attendees to self-report continuing education units to various organizations.
ACTCP 1 elective credit, AIA/CES #APA 257 1 LU|HSW, ICC #35360 .10 CEU
1 hr CE credit + .5 hr Q&A
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The authors of the presentations herein are recognized experts in their fields and have agreed to offer their knowledge to the membership of APA to enrich their understanding of the subject matter. The information in these presentations is general in nature and strictly from the point of view of the presenter. It should not be construed as legal, design or professional advice which can be relied upon by any individual, entity or group. There is no representation or warranty that the information provided in the presentations, both visual and verbal, is without errors or omissions. The responsibility for final verification of accuracy lies with the viewer.
*Members/guests meet the CE/LU requirements of numerous organizations by attending APA Training. APA is an approved CE/LU provider for TDLR Provider (#1521), AIA/CES Provider (#G583), ICC Preferred Provider (#1321), and Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR, #PVD312). APA also provides preverified ACTCP credits on noted courses and has previously awarded an APA-ADA Specialist Designation, an APA-ADA Assembly Area Designation, and an Accessibility Standards completion certificate. APA partners with APAC (Accessibility Professionals Association Certification Program) to provide CE credits.