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Designing for Pedestrian Safety is a two-day course tailored to engineers, planners, designers, and pedestrian safety advocates. This course will provide insightful discussions and lessons about cutting edge solutions that can enhance safety for pedestrians. Course instructors from the Federal Highway Administration will take participants through a field exercise of nearby pedestrian facilities to understand potential pedestrian safety improvements and solutions.

This course is free and open to the public, however pre-registration is required.

Lunch and snacks will be provided.


GREEN BAY - June 18-19 8:00am - 4:30pm

WisDOT Northeast Region Office

944 Vander perran Way

Green Bay, WI 54304

WAUSAU - June 20-21 8:00am - 4:30pm

UW-Extension Marathon County

212 River Drive

Wausau, WI 54403


Designing for Pedestrian Safety 201 (DPS 201)

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DPS201 provides participants with an overall understanding of how planning, design and engineering influences pedestrian safety. It provides an introduction to the principles and countermeasures to reduce crashes. DPS201 goes into more detail of various countermeasures presented in the DPS101. It will help those planning, designing, or engineering projects to better understand the details for implementing specific countermeasures. There is a saying we use - “Right Design Invites Right Use”. This workshop will allow participants to ask all the tough questions regarding the countermeasures available, but also may provide instruction and discussion on things participants may not have considered. As the saying goes, “You don’t know what you don’t know.”

Target Audience: Design & Project Engineers, Planners

Some of the topics that may be covered:

•Marked X-Walks and Enhancements

•Crossing Islands/ Raised Medians

•Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon (PHB)

•Road Diet

•Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacon (RRFB)

•Leading Pedestrian Interval (LPI)

•Roundabouts

•Curb Extensions/ Bulb outs

•Interchanges

•Transit Stop Improvements

•Lighting

•WZ Ped & Bike Safety

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Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes, you must provide a digital or printed ticket provided by Eventbrite.

Is food provided?

Yes! Both classes will be provided lunch and snacks though out the day both days.

*Please note in registration if you have any food allergies and dietary restrictions.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Call 608.709.0099 or Email Tanya2.Iverson@dot.wi.gov

**Anyone who requires a reasonable accommodation should contact Tanya Iverson at Tanya2.Iverson@dot.wi.gov as soon as possible but no later than 5 business days before the scheduled event.

*PLEASE NOTE EVENT DETAILS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

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