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Training Wheels One-Road Bicycle Facility Design Training

Training Wheels One-Road Bicycle Facility Design Training

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Training Wheels is an educational course on the planning and design of on-road bicycle facilities
sponsored by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). It will consist of two hours of
classroom instruction on the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, followed by an
on-road, on bike portion. During this portion we will casually ride through the community, analyzing
types of on-road facilities available. There will be many stops to point out potential facility types,
followed by a group exercise and discussion, questions from participants and a brief wrap-up.
Training Wheels is an educational course on the planning and design of on-road bicycle facilities
sponsored by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). It will consist of two hours of
classroom instruction on the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, followed by an
on-road, on bike portion. During this portion we will casually ride through the community, analyzing
types of on-road facilities available. There will be many stops to point out potential facility types,
followed by a group exercise and discussion, questions from participants and a brief wrap-up.

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Published by: League of Michigan Bicyclists on Aug 17, 2011
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Rochester, Michigan
September 28, 20119:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Training Wheels
Training Wheels is an educational course on the planning and design o on-road bicycle acilitiessponsored by the Michigan Department o Transportation (MDOT). It will consist o two hours oclassroom instruction on the AASHTO Guide or the Development o Bicycle Facilities, ollowed by anon-road, on bike portion. During this portion we will casually ride through the community, analyzingtypes o on-road acilities available. There will be many stops to point out potential acility types,ollowed by a group exercise and discussion, questions rom participants and a brie wrap-up.
Target Audience
This course is or City, County, Township, Village and MDOT managers, engineers, planners, CityCouncils, DDA sta, Chamber o Commerce and other stakeholders that can help communities educateothers and adopt on-road bicycle acilities.
Please Note
Class is intended to accommodate all levels o users. Please dress appropriately as we will bike, rainor shine. Class size is limited to a maximum o 25 participants. Light breakast and box lunch will beprovided. This training has been approved or P.E. & C.E.U. credits.
Instructors
John LaPlante, P.E., P.T.O.E., Vice President, Chie Transportation Planning Engineer o T.Y. LINInternational (classroom instruction). John was the principal author o the current AASHTO Guide orthe Development o Bicycle Facilities (1999).Mike Amsden, AICP, T.Y. LIN International (bike tour)
Required Materials
Bicycle, helmet, and water bottle. I you need assistance in obtaining these items or class participation,contact Nina Ignaczak at (248) 858-2470 or misuracan@oakgov.com.
Registration
Pre-registration is required and space is limited. The registration deadline is September 14, 2011.To register or the course, please contact Nina Ignaczak at (248) 858-2470 or misuracan@oakgov.comwith your name, email address, and organization.
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September 28, 20119:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.Stoney Creek Schoolhouse1051 Washington RoadRochester, Michigan 48306
Stoney Creek Schoolhouse
Northeast Oakland County is ortunate to have many buildings that refect on the rural past. The 1848Stoney Creek Schoolhouse is one o many historical treasures in the area. Located on Washington Road,in the nationally registered Stoney Creek Village area, this schoolhouse has been educating youth or over160 years.
Required Materials
Bicycle, helmet, and water bottle. I you need assistance in obtaining these items or class participation,please contact Nina Ignaczak at (248) 858-2470 or misuracan@oakgov.com.
Agenda
 
9:00-11:00 Classroom Instruction11:00-11:30 Lunch11:30- 1:45 On-road Bicycle Instruction1:45- 2:30 Group Exercise & Wrap-up
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