#385 Wednesday, June 17, 2015
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----- New Google Company Tackles City Problems
----- 73 Seriously Fun Ways to Make Your Town More Playful
----- Scotland: Strategies to Get More People Walking and Cycling
----- Car-free Central Dublin, Ireland Proposed
----- 3D Print a Steel Bridge in Mid-Air
R-E-G-I-O-N-A-L and L-O-C-A-L--A-C-T-I-O-N-S
----- WA State: 1st Law to Create Ped Fatals Review
----- LAB Announces New Bicycle Friendly Communities
----- Oregon Advocates Call for Vision Zero
----- New York City’s Ped/Bike High Bridge Opens
----- Elroy-Sparta Trail Celebrates 50 Years
----- Research: Why American Companies are Moving Downtown
----- Planning Policy Requirements to Optimize Walking Outcome
----- Kids’ Focus Group gives Insight about Them & Safe Travel
----- Avoid Crashes with Bike Collision-Prediction Warning Systems
----- Trip Rates Changes among Different Ages
----- Realtors’ Placemaking Resources
----- Designed to Move Guide to Create Active Cities
----- Nine Public Spaces Lessons from Copenhagen
----- Stanford Healthy Neighborhood Discovery Tool
----- Changing Language Better Describes Biking
----- Overview: Green Infrastructure in the Transportation Sector
- The National Scene
- Regional Actions
- The Research Beat
- Quotes R Us
- Webinars and Seminars
- Share What You Know
- Jobs, Grants & RFPs
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THE NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL SCENE
NEW GOOGLE COMPANY TACKLES CITY PROBLEMS
-> Google unveiled a company devoted to making a thriving business out of solving big-city problems such as overpriced housing and traffic-snarled streets. Sidewalk Labs based in New York City was described as an "urban innovation" firm with a mission to develop technology that makes living and running big cities better. "Sidewalk will focus on improving city life for everyone by developing and incubating urban technologies to address issues like cost of living, efficient transportation and energy usage," chief executive Larry Page said in a post at the Internet titan's Google+ social network. [http://bit.ly/1KRFIRe]
SCOTLAND: STRATEGIES TO GET MORE PEOPLE WALKING AND CYCLING
-> Leading Scottish transport organizations have created a joint manifesto for active travel, which outlines the actions needed to get more people walking and cycling. Scotland on the Move: The Actions Needed to Get More People Walking and Cycling outlines specific strategies in each of its 5 steps to Active Transportation. [http://bit.ly/1TsLOv9]
CAR-FREE CENTRAL DUBLIN, IRELAND PROPOSED
-> Dublin is on the brink of becoming one of the most pedestrian-friendly capital cities in all of Europe. Last week, the city unveiled a €150 million ($168.5 million) plan to banish cars from key sections of the city center by 2017. If the plan passes its public consultation on July 16th, major hubs will be pedestrianized while other key streets will allow only public transit and deliveries. It’s a radical turnaround for a city whose reputation for appalling traffic saw it named the 10th most congested in the world last year. [http://bit.ly/1dJETNd]
73 SERIOUSLY FUN WAYS TO MAKE YOUR TOWN MORE PLAYFUL
-> Check out 73 fun ideas for transforming spaces into more playful places from Mike Lanza, author of “Playborhood: Turn Your Neighborhood into a Place for Play” (http://bit.ly/1IhwKHX), and Brian Corrigan, the mastermind behind Oh Heck Yeah, an interactive arcade experience that uses the power of play to strengthen the social, physical and economic fabric of a place (http://bit.ly/1GJkraJ and http://bit.ly/1QAlBvL).
For Example, when you come to Vancouver for Pro Walk/Pro Bike/Pro Place, check out the Whoopdeedoo. This little ramp provides a fun little moment on a bicycle commuter route literally giving riders a little whoopdeedoo. (http://bit.ly/1dHoBVe)
Get inspired by the rest of the full list of playful ideas and their links to videos, photos and details plus listen to a podcast of a conference call with Mike and Brian: http://bit.ly/1HNlS8P.
3D PRINT A STEEL BRIDGE IN MID-AIR
-> 3D printing technology has been put to all kinds of weird and wonderful uses as it moves further towards mainstream use, and the latest ambitious project being tackled by the experts is a fully functioning bridge across one of Amsterdam’s canals. [http://bit.ly/1GY31Jm]
REGIONAL AND LOCAL ACTIONS
WA STATE: 1ST LAW TO CREATE PED FATALS REVIEW
-> On Monday, May 11, 2015, Governor Jay Inslee signed into law Senate Bill 5957 (http://1.usa.gov/1J4i84B) creating a Pedestrian Safety Advisory Council to include experts in law enforcement, transportation, public health, and pedestrian safety. The council will take a sample of pedestrian fatalities for an in-depth review, use existing data to get establish trends, and explore the most promising strategies for reducing these crashes. During the course of these investigations, the council will review relevant law enforcement incident reports. It will also examine the relevant statutes, ordinances, and policies. Drawing on these investigations, the council will provide an annual report recommending measures that could improve safety for people walking as well as exploring ideas for funding the most promising strategies and including that in the annual report for the legislature to consider in future sessions. [http://bit.ly/1JXkm4n]
LAB ANNOUNCES NEW BICYCLE FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES
-> The League of American Bicyclists announced 42 new and renewing Bicycle Friendly Communities (BFC). With this new round, 69 million people live in a Bicycle Friendly Community. These new awardees join a leading group of 350 communities in all 50 states that are improving health, safety and quality of life in cities and towns nationwide. [http://bit.ly/1N27VUM]
(See list of all Bicycle Friendly Communities: http://bit.ly/1JTBdXj)
OREGON ADVOCATES CALL FOR VISION ZERO
-> Oregon Walks and its partners are calling for action in the City of Portland following a string of pedestrian fatalities in the area. (See the specific recommendations on how to achieve Vision Zero in Portland, jointly released by Oregon Walks and the Bicycle Transportation Alliance: http://bit.ly/1FlPCU5 [http://bit.ly/1GYaNmA]
NEW YORK CITY’S PED/BIKE HIGH BRIDGE OPENS
-> New York City’s High Bridge opened this week — after being closed for more than 40 years. The bridge, which connects the Bronx and Upper Manhattan, is for pedestrians and cyclists. It originally opened in 1848 to bring fresh water from Westchester County to the city, but it quickly became popular with pedestrians for its easy back-and-forth to the mainland and its beautiful views. Now fully restored, the bridge pays homage to its origins, with historical markers along the route. [http://bit.ly/1FNKlpV]
ELROY-SPARTA TRAIL CELEBRATES 50 YEARS
-> In June 2015, America’s very first rail-trail, the Elroy-Sparta Trail turned 50. Its influence spurred thousands of new rail-trails across the United States. [http://bit.ly/1cZVqMg]
THE RESEARCH BEAT
RESEARCH: WHY AMERICAN COMPANIES ARE MOVING DOWNTOWN
-> Smart Growth America and its partners will release their “Core Values: Why American Companies are Moving Downtown” research report with a panel discussion in Washington, DC, a webcast, and conversation on Twitter (#CoreValues) on June 18, from 9:00 to 11:00 am ET. (Registration: http://bit.ly/1J46qXu) Corporate leaders and economic development experts to talk about the American companies that want walk able places. The new report surveyed nearly 500 companies that moved to or expanded in walkable downtowns between 2010 and 2015, and includes interviews with more than 40 senior-level staff. The results provide an overview of why these companies chose a walkable downtown and what they looked for when considering a new location, as well as ideas for cities about how they can create the kinds of places these companies seek.
PLANNING POLICY REQUIREMENTS TO OPTIMIZE WALKING OUTCOMES
-> An Australian study is the first to empirically identify a mix of specific and distinguishing planning policy neighborhood design requirements to optimize walking outcomes. These findings will assist in the assessment of urban plans for greenfield suburban developments designed to promote walking and physical activity. (Are we developing walkable suburbs through urban planning policy? Identifying the mix of design requirements to optimize walking outcomes from the “Liveable Neighborhoods” planning policy in Perth, Western Australia: http://bit.ly/1QD9gH9)
MI DOT: ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF BICYCLING STUDY
-> The Michigan Department of Transportation released the second phase of "Community and Economic Benefits of Bicycling in Michigan" (http://1.usa.gov/1CdfOjQ) The report, funded by Federal and State planning and research funds, is the second phase of a larger report describing the economic benefits that bicycling events bring to the economy. The new report finds that out-of-state participation in organized bicycling events contributes an estimated $21.9 million to the State economy.
KIDS’ FOCUS GROUP GIVES INSIGHT ABOUT THEM & SAFE TRAVEL
-> On May 12, staff from the Roadway Safety Institute (RSI) and The Works Museum met with students from Bancroft Elementary, Minneapolis, as part of a development process for a roadway-safety-related museum exhibit. The students, in grades 4 and 5, participated in a focus group to help RSI staff understand students' experiences with and perspectives about safe travel. In particular, students discussed walking on and crossing streets. They shared stories about learning to cross streets, teaching younger family members about safety, near-collisions with cars, and safe biking. http://bit.ly/1R8qAi0
AVOID CRASHES WITH BIKE COLLISION-PREDICTION WARNING SYSTEMS
-> Researchers at the Roadway Safety Institute are investigating the use of collision-prediction warning system technology on bicycles to predict impending crashes and warn both riders and drivers. http://bit.ly/1Ge0lkf
TRIP RATES CHANGES AMONG DIFFERENT AGES
-> One of the most striking findings from a recent travel survey (Travel Behavior Over Time: http://bit.ly/1Jyb2nw) was a marked decline in the rate of daily trips per household—from 11.1 in 2000 to 8.8 in 2010. The decrease could be partially attributed to the long-term trend toward smaller household size, but researchers immediately wondered what else could explain the decline: Rising fuel prices? An aging population? Or even the impact of shifting attitudes toward travel, such as the changing travel preferences of Millenials?
To sort out these factors, University of Minnesota researchers used “cohort analysis” to study travel behavior. Their goal was to determine whether preferences toward vehicle ownership and travel vary among different segments of the population based on their age and life experience. [http://bit.ly/1N1BdTi]
QUOTES R US
“The underlying premise—supported by a substantial base of research—is that an active city is a safer, healthier, more prosperous and environmentally sustainable city. In other words, an active city is a competitive city.”
----From Designed to Move: Active Cities, a collaborative framework for action that outlines an approach to increasing physical activity levels globally. [http://bit.ly/1LeVx5R]
AND NOW, FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT...
SMART POTHOLES TWEET REPAIR REQUESTS TO AUTHORITIES
To help remedy the pothole problem, one of Panama City’s most popular news shows and agency P4 Ogilvy & Mather created The Tweeting Pothole. They put a small hockey puck-like device in potholes on some of Panama City's busiest streets and, each time a car drove over it, it would send a tweet requesting to be fixed to the Department of Public Works. [http://bit.ly/1AOIS6e]
WEBINARS, WEBCASTS AND SEMINARS
For a searchable calendar of webinars, webcasts and seminars in the bicycle, pedestrian, or livable community fields, go to: http://bit.ly/centerlines. To subscribe, look for the + Google Calendar button in the lower right corner. iCal users can subscribe automatically here: http://bit.ly/centerlines_ical. We will continue to list the new items here since the last issue.
NEW THIS ISSUE
WEBINAR "Case Studies in Performance Based Analysis of Geometric Design"
Date: June 17, 2015, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm ET
Presenters: Mike Colety (Kimley Horn), Andy Wolpert (CH2M Hill), April Renard (LA DOT & Development) & Howard Lubliner (KS DOT)
Host: Transportation Research Board
Details: http://bit.ly/1Lhj8zQ, free for TRB sponsors, affiliates and some others, $89 for other sites
WEBINAR "Designing Places for People"
Date: June 23, 2015, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm ET
Presenters: Dan Burden & Samantha Thomas (Director of Blue Zones)
Host: America Walks
Details: http://bit.ly/1fgJh7D, free
WEBINAR "When Safe Routes to School Meets Violence Prevention"
Date: June 25, 2015, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET
Presenters: Carmen Burks (Cincinnati Public Schools), Jamecca Marshall (Prevention Institute) & Sara Zimmerman (Safe Routes to School National Partnership)
Host: Safe Routes to School National Partnership
Details: http://bit.ly/1en97qg, free
WEBINAR "Safety Benefits of Complete Streets"
Date: July 9, 2015, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm ET (1.5 PDH/1.5 CM)
Presenters: Geoff Anderson (Smart Growth America) & Dean Ledbetter, (NC DOT)
Host: Institute of Transportation Engineers
Details: http://bit.ly/1BiuAuK, free
WEBINAR "Examining Biking and Walking through a Racial Justice Lens"
Date: July 15, 2015, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Host: Alliance for Biking & Walking
Details: http://bit.ly/1IkkYN0, free
WEBINAR "Creating a Vision Zero Movement for Everyone"
Date: September 16, 2015, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Host: Alliance for Biking & Walking
Details: http://bit.ly/1GsFQDH, Free for Alliance members, $15 for non-members
REALTORS’ PLACEMAKING RESOURCES
-> The National Association of Realtors has published a Placemaking Guide that focuses on the details of Placemaking; the kinds of projects Placemaking entails; how to plan and organize projects; and where to go for assistance and more resources. (Placemaking for REALTOR® Associations: Guide to Transform Public Spaces to Community Spaces: http://bit.ly/1HIjIHI) Check out NAR’s archived Placemaking webinar series. (http://bit.ly/1JSxWWu), plus their Placemaking Micro-grants (up to $2,500, http://bit.ly/1JPmKLZ) and Smart Growth Grants (http://bit.ly/1HIl1Xb).
DESIGNED TO MOVE GUIDE TO CREATE ACTIVE CITIES
-> Designed to Move: Active Cities provides evidence of the economic, safety, environmental, health, and social benefits to active cities, as well as proven interventions, and the resources needed for creating them. More than 80 organizations from around the world support Designed to Move, a collaborative framework for action that outlines an approach to increasing physical activity levels globally. [http://bit.ly/1LeVx5R]
NINE PUBLIC SPACES LESSONS FROM COPENHAGEN
-> Almost everywhere you look in Copenhagen, you see individuals spending time in public spaces, taking in the delights of their city - including informal public spaces (which are often neglected in other parts of the world)! So what is the secret to their success? Slow Streets shares 9 lessons learned from Copenhagen. [Source: http://bit.ly/1d0tkR2]
STANFORD HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOOD DISCOVERY TOOL
-> The Stanford Healthy Neighborhood Discovery Tool uses a computerized, tablet-based participatory tool that helps community members identify neighborhood elements that affect active living opportunities. [http://bit.ly/1QDC81O]
CHANGING LANGUAGE BETTER DESCRIBES BIKING
-> Words and images shape thoughts. But inside and outside of city government, too many of us stumble with finding the right words and images to explain the advantages of biking. Cathy Tuttle, executive director of the advocacy group Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, works with her colleague Gordon Padelford to develop resources that help her fellow biking believers choose language that makes people feel included in the benefits of bike improvements:
Collisions or crashes instead of accidents; the person driving a car hit me instead of the car hit me; people walking instead of pedestrians... http://bit.ly/1Lfhlhw
OVERVIEW: GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE TRANSPORTATION SECTOR
-> TRB recorded presentations last month that provide an overview of legislation encouraging Green Infrastructure (GI) in the transportation sector, potential legislation mandating such efforts, similar regulatory efforts, and other GI programs and incentives. Speakers also focus on successful efforts to incorporate GI into planning efforts and into existing projects. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has made employing GI a priority, but there is significant uncertainty surrounding the concept. Transportation organizations have historically not considered GI in their planning due to confusion over the eligibility of such expenditures for reimbursement from the Highway Trust Fund. [http://bit.ly/1HRyNGU]
SHARE WHAT YOU KNOW
-> CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS — 2015 New England Bike Walk Summit, September 24, 2015, Worcester. MA.
Deadline: June 19, 2015, http://bit.ly/1GdTAiv
-> Call for Applications — Short-Term Technical Assistance in Rural/Small-Urban Transportation Planning & Public Involvement.
Deadline: June 19, 2015, http://1.usa.gov/1CdmFd4
-> CALL FOR SESSION PROPOSALS - New Partners for Smart Growth, February 11-13, 2016, Portland, OR.
Deadline: June 30, 2015, http://bit.ly/1INzjp1
-> Call for Proposals - 2015 Complete Streets Forum, October 1, 2015, Toronto, Canada.
Deadline: July 10, 2015, http://bit.ly/1HSzK1P
-> Call for Presentations, 2015 NC Bike Summit, October 15 to 17, 2015, Charlotte, NC.
Deadline: July 17, 2015, via email:email@example.com
-> CALL FOR COMPETITION ENTRIES - Communicating Transportation Needs and Issues to Targeted Populations, TRB Committee ADA 60
Deadline: July 28, 2015, http://bit.ly/1GjJ3Za
-> CALL FOR PAPERS – TRB 95th Annual Meeting, January 10–14, 2016, Washington, D.C., & for publication in the Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board
Deadline: August 1, 2015, http://bit.ly/1ddiTu5
-> Call FOR ABSTRACTS - 8th International Urban Design Conference, November 16-18, 2015, Brisbane, Australia.
Deadline: August 7, 2015, http://bit.ly/17ef3to
-> CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - Active Living Research 2016, January 31 - February 3, 2016, Clearwater Beach, FL.
Deadline: August 28, 2015, 24:00 GMT, http://bit.ly/1FSW3BQ
-> CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS - Winter Cycling Congress 2016, February 2-4, 2016, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN
Deadline: September 30, 2015, http://bit.ly/1HtDZl2
-> CALL FOR ABSTRACTS — 6th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, November 16 - 19, 2016, Bangkok, Thailand.
Deadline: Call opens September 1, 2015, closes February 29, 2016 (Details and criteria available now), http://bit.ly/1KXYS8h
CONFERENCES, TRAINING, & EVENTS
For a searchable calendar of conferences, training and events in the bicycle, pedestrian, or livable community fields, go to: http://bit.ly/centerlines. To subscribe, look for the + Google Calendar button in the lower right corner. iCal users can subscribe automatically here: http://bit.ly/centerlines_ical. We will continue to list the new items here since the last issue.
NEW THIS ISSUE
-> July 7 - 9, 2015, National Association of County and City Health Officials National Conference, Kansas City, MO.
-> July 27-28, 2015, Health Aging Summit, Washington, DC.
-> September 24, 2015, New England Bike Walk Summit, Worcester. MA.
-> September 30 - October 2, 2015, Placemaking: Making it Happen, New York, NY
-> October 1, 2015, 2015 Complete Streets Forum, Toronto, Canada.
-> October 7, 2015, Bike to School Day.
-> October 15 to 17, 2015, 2015 NC Bike Summit, Charlotte, NC.
-> October 16 -17, 2015, How to Create Successful Markets, New York, NY
-> June 28 - July 1, 2016, World Congress on Active Ageing 2016, Melbourne, Australia.
-> November 16 - 19, 2016, 6th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, Bangkok, Thailand.
JOBS, GRANTS, AND RFPS
Please limit job announcements to about 150-250 words and include a web link for the full description. This will reduce the editor's workload! Thanks! See previous issues of CenterLines for Jobs, Grants and RFPs that may still be current at http://bit.ly/ZHi0NE.
-> CALL FOR PROPOSALS- 4 ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS TO BUILD A CULTURE OF HEALTH
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has issued a Call for Proposals (CFP) for leadership centers to direct four new programs that will support and network together boundary-spanning leaders. The Foundation seeks to advance the skills and work of dynamic leaders who are dedicated to working across sectors and disciplines to build a nationwide Culture of Health that will enable all in America to lead healthier lives, now and for generations to come. RWJF expressly seeks applicants from a broad array of fields: architecture, community development, design, public health, business, social work, health care, urban planning, transportation, pharmacy, etc.
Deadline: July 29, 2015, http://bit.ly/1emNSF4
-> JOB — TRANSPORTATION PLANNER OR ASSOCIATE TRANSPORTATION PLANNER, CALTRANS
The Transportation Planner or Associate Transportation Planner is the subject matter expert and will coordinate, manage, and support the existing Emerging Priority studies that advance cutting edge projects on behalf of the Division of Transportation Planning. The incumbent will work with district/division staff to develop implementation and monitoring of performance measures and targets within the Department’s Strategic Management Plan, especially for developing livability score, developing accessibility score, increasing bicycle, pedestrian, and transit mode share, and reducing vehicle miles traveled.
Deadline: June 23, 2015, http://bit.ly/1GNfL3J
-> JOB — PLANNER I, SACRAMENTO AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS, CA.
Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) is currently seeking a qualified Planner I (Limited Term 12 months) to perform a wide variety of duties that will support the following teams: Connect Card (a regional electronic transit fare system that will allow riders to use a single fare card across multiple transit operators), Active Transportation, and BikeShare.
Deadline: June 23, 2015, http://bit.ly/1HRXGSP
-> JOB - GRADUATE ENGINEER A OR B, CITY OF AUSTIN, TX
The City of Austin's Active Transportation Program is hiring a full time active transportation planner/designer (bikeways and walkways) to improve quality of life in Austin through the development of a comfortable and connected pedestrian and bicycle network that serves all ages and abilities. The Division focuses on the planning, design and implementation of pedestrian and bicycle facilities as well as education and encouragement programs that promote walking and bicycling.
Deadline: June 30, 2015, http://bit.ly/1Cdbzon
-> JOB - ASSOCIATE PLANNER, CITY OF WILMINGTON, DE
Perform transportation planning for the Wilmington Urban Area MPO and the MPO’s member jurisdictions. This position is responsible for completing various transportation projects resulting in short and long range transportation studies; assisting with GIS analysis, transportation project analysis, transportation project prioritization, sub-area studies, and planning activities to meet federal requirements. This position will conduct planning studies for roadway, transit, bicycle, pedestrian, and freight investments; research, collect, and analyze data; prepare informational materials, presentations, and reports; participate in public outreach and agency coordination activities; analyze and interpret federal and state law; and oversee consultant work.
Deadline: June 30, 2015 by 11:59 pm ET, http://bit.ly/1GYqoCN
-> NACTO Careers, http://bit.ly/13VnUBl
-> Alliance for Biking and Walking Job Board, http://bit.ly/1IQlOaf
-> American Planning Association Jobs Online, http://bit.ly/1FUbQ3U
-> Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals Career Center: http://bit.ly/1DhwE41
-> Alta Planning + Design, http://bit.ly/1jbgjF9
-> Burgess & Niple, http://bit.ly/1DWNrf3
-> Sam Schwartz Engineering, http://bit.ly/PsktvP
-> Toole Design Group, http://bit.ly/1k7DPRg
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