Walkability audits can help community stakeholders examine intersections, sidewalks, driver behavior, safety and more. The results can be used to help improve community walkability and promote more inclusive and safer mobility and access for all roadway users. This workshop will discuss how to conduct walkability audits in your community, eligible for points in the Sustainable CT transportation category.
Attendees are then invited to apply the skills learned by attending an in-person, physically distanced walkability and bikability audit on November 23rd from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. in Hartford. Participants will gain direct experience on how to conduct a walk and bike audit that may be applied in leading such audits in their home communities. The audit is a pre-event to kick off the 3rd Annual Northeast Multimodal Transit Summit. More information is available: https://www.ctprf.org/2020summit/
Note: This webinar is eligible for CMMO credit through the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities.
~Laura Baum, Board of Directors, Bike Walk CT
~Anthony Cherolis, Transport Hartford Coordinator, Center for Latino Progress
~Alyssa Norwood, Program Manager, Sustainable CT
~Cheryl Poirer, Sustainability Team, Town of Old Lyme
~Sahar Amjad, University of Connecticut
~Aimee Chambers, Planning Director, City of Hartford
~Lisa Noriega, Intern Sustainable CT