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#482 Wednesday, March 6, 2019

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CenterLines is the biweekly e-newsletter of the National Center for Bicycling & Walking, a program of Project for Public Spaces. CenterLines is our way of quickly delivering news and information you can use to create more walkable and bicycle-friendly communities.

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----- GHSA Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State
----- States May Forfeit $1 Billion in Biking $ Walking Funds
----- Self-Driving Cars 'More Likely' To Hit & Kill Non-White Peds
----- IIHS Driver-Pedestrian Crash Prevention Ratings
----- European Parliament: Equip Motor Vehicles w/ Tech for Cyclist & Ped Safety
----- The Netherlands Pays People to Bike to Work
----- Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Nine-Year Old Junior Cycle Mayor
----- The Netherlands: More E-Bikes Sold than Standard
----- E-Scooters & Liability

R-E-G-I-O-N-A-L and L-O-C-A-L--A-C-T-I-O-N-S
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----- Pittsburgh, PA Sets New Rules for Self-Driving Cars
----- RI DOT Withdraws Bike, Pedestrian Infrastructure Cuts
----- New York, NY: Citi Bike Expanding E-Bike Fleet, Charges More
----- Phoenix, AZ: Parking is 10% of the Total Land in Region
----- NC Bill Proposes Mandatory Bike Registration

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----- Risk Factors at Uncontrolled Ped Crossings
----- Walking Makes Better Workers
----- FHWA & NHTSA Research Summaries

R-E-S-O-U-R-C-E-S
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----- Transportation Energy Data Book
----- Health and Transportation Data
----- Podcast: The Future of Self-Driving Cars
----- Cycling UK: Too Close for Comfort Video
----- Incentives for Tackling Congestion
----- New Temperature-Regulating Fabric

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- The National Scene
- Regional Actions
- The Research Beat
- Quotes R Us
- Webinars and Seminars
- Resources
- Share What You Know
- Conferences
- Jobs, Grants & RFPs
- Housekeeping
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THE NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL SCENE

GHSA PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC FATALITIES BY STATE
-> Streetsblog USA reported that pedestrian deaths were up 35% last year, compared to a decade ago, due to the rise of heavy SUVs, population growth in regions that do not prioritize walking and distracted driving, a new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) shows. (Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State: 2018 Preliminary Data: http://bit.ly/2Hh6V5l) The report estimated that roughly 6,227 pedestrians were killed last year, the highest pedestrian fatality figure since 1990 and 35% more than were killed 10 years ago. The multi-year trend of soaring pedestrian deaths is not reversing. The alarming rise comes as traffic deaths of all kinds have declined over the last decade. GHSA recommended states use targeted enforcement, more complete streets and public awareness campaigns to combat the trend. Cities that have worked very conscientiously to reduce traffic deaths, however, have made some notable progress. In New York City pedestrian deaths are down 71% since 1990. http://bit.ly/2Uu4WOw

[See Research Beat for Risk Factors at Uncontrolled Ped Crossings item.]

STATES MAY FORFEIT $1 BILLION IN BIKING $ WALKING FUNDS
-> Streetsblog USA reported that States across the country are at risk of forfeiting up to $1 billion in funding for sidewalk construction, bike trails or other important safety projects -- if they don't use all the federal cash by September, according to the League of American Bicyclists. States face a looming deadline for "rescissions," a routine budgetary practice where unspent portions of transportation funding must be returned to the federal government. Right now states have about $1 billions in unobligated biking and walking funds. The federal government only hands down about $800 million a year for walking and biking through its Transportation Alternatives program. A $1-billion rescission from walking and biking programs would amount to about a quarter of all the available funding over the last five years. http://bit.ly/2UnqGMe

SELF-DRIVING CARS 'MORE LIKELY' TO HIT & KILL NON-WHITE PEDS
-> Forbes reported that autonomous cars use convolutional neural networks to analyze the feeds from their cameras and to classify known objects. Then they determine where each object is in relation to itself on a highly detailed contextual map of roadways and sidewalks, road signs, weather conditions and time of day. Their AI engines anticipate what each object may do and how that might impact its ability to proceed safely. Researchers at Georgia Tech wanted to "investigate whether state-of-the-art object detection systems have equitable predictive performance on pedestrians with different skin tones." (Predictive Inequity in Object Detection: http://bit.ly/2UkSbG1) They found detection accuracy was around 5% lower for the dark-skinned pedestrians, suggesting "that future errors made by autonomous vehicles may not be evenly distributed across different demographic groups." Clearly, where people are not seen they can't be classified and certainly can't be avoided. http://bit.ly/2UnK9fQ

IIHS Driver-Pedestrian Crash Prevention Ratings
-> The Insurance institute for Highway Safety and Highway Loss Data Institute reported reducing pedestrian crashes is the goal of its new ratings of automatic emergency braking systems that can detect and brake for people on foot. In the first tests of 2018-19 vehicles with this crash avoidance feature, 9 of 11 small SUVs evaluated earn an advanced or superior rating for pedestrian crash prevention. The ratings come amid renewed focus on the problem of crashes involving pedestrians. Automatic emergency braking systems that can detect and brake for pedestrians are one important countermeasure to address the problem. A 2018 Highway Loss Data Institute analysis found that Subaru's EyeSight system with pedestrian detection cut the rate of likely pedestrian-related insurance claims by 35%, compared with the same vehicles without the system. http://bit.ly/2SI963S

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: EQUIP MOTOR VEHICLES W/ TECH FOR CYCLIST & PED SAFETY
-> The European Cyclists' Federation reported that the European Parliament decided now is the right time to improve the safety of pedestrians and cyclists in Europe drastically by equipping motor vehicles with up to date technical solutions. The European Cyclists' Federation (ECF) welcomes today the European Parliament Internal Market and Consumer Protection committee (IMCO) support for a raft of vehicle safety measures today in the motor vehicle General Safety Regulations; many having a direct impact on cyclist and pedestrian safety. These include an intervening Intelligent Speed Assistance; autonomous emergency braking; improved Direct Vision regulations for lorries; and a cyclists/pedestrian detection system for lorries (trucks). http://bit.ly/2XIuxoY

THE NETHERLANDS PAYS PEOPLE TO BIKE TO WORK
-> Huffpost reported The Netherlands pays people to bike to work. Dutch residents make more than 25% of trips by bike - a higher proportion than any other country. Yet the government thinks too few citizens are cycling to work. They are pushing a benefit scheme that allows commuters to get paid by businesses to travel by bike instead. Cyclists can claim ?0.19 (around $0.22) from their employer for every kilometer they pedal to the office. It means someone cycling 10 kilometers a day, five days a week, can earn around $500 a year from the tax-free benefit. The aim is to get 200,000 more people cycling to work. http://bit.ly/2IEBW5v

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS: NINE-YEAR OLD JUNIOR CYCLE MAYOR
-> The Guardian reported that as the worlds first junior cycle mayor, Lotta Crok wants to draw attention to the obstacles kids on bikes face - and inspire other children to cycle. Lotta became the Amsterdam, The Netherlands junior cycle mayor last year when she won a contest in which schoolchildren were asked to come up with plans to make cycling safer and more fun. Her idea was to add childrens bikes and tandems to the citys popular bike share program. She say that the 3 biggest problems for child cyclists are cars take up too much space, tourists are always swaying side to side and stop when you least expect it, and scooters run you over. An advocacy organization, BYCS, runs the cycle mayor program. http://bit.ly/2Tdg8St

THE NETHERLANDS: MORE E-BIKES SOLD THAN STANDARD
-> The Guardian reported that more than 1 million bicycles of all types were sold last year in the Netherlands, up 5.7% on 2017, and at the same time Dutch consumers appear willing to spend big on their bicycles, particularly on e-bikes. E-bikes accounted for €823 million (US$930 million) of €1.2 billion (US$ 1.36 billion) in bicycle sales in 2018. It was the first year that overall sales passed €1 billion (US$1.13 billion) and the first time more e-bikes were sold than standard bicycles (excluding racing and childrens bikes). In terms of units, 409,400 e-bikes were sold, up 40% on 2017. As a result the average price of a bicycle in the Netherlands rose by about €200 (US$226) to €1,207 (US$1,364). In 2011 the average was €734 (US$830). http://bit.ly/2SMejYj

E-SCOOTERS & LIABILITY
-> A Mobility Lab article asks "Whos liable in a crash involving an e-scooter?" The sudden presence of electric scooters, electric skateboards, and all manner of micromobility devices on our streets is raising all kinds of issues in the personal injury world. Are these exciting technologies really safe? Who is liable if there is a crash involving a scooter and a car? A scooter and a scooter? A scooter and a pedestrian? A scooter and a bike? Is our current legal framework adapting to these new modes of transport? Are state and local governments keeping pace with needed regulation? http://bit.ly/2IGEoIC


REGIONAL AND LOCAL ACTIONS

PITTSBURGH, PA SETS NEW RULES FOR SELF-DRIVING CARS
-> Smart Cities World reported that Pittsburgh, PA issued a directive outlining its objectives and expectations for the safe testing of autonomous vehicles (AVs) on its streets. (Executive Order: Self-Driving Vehicle Testing and Operation in the City of Pittsburgh: http://bit.ly/2XF79sB) The "executive order" also assigns responsibilities for the development of transparent and constructive reporting guidelines for the growing technology sector. Called the "Pittsburgh Principles," city authorities claim the order is the first of its kind to be issued by any city worldwide. All 5 of the prominent entities currently developing autonomous driving systems in the city - Aptiv, Argo AI, Aurora Innovation, Carnegie-Mellon University and Uber - were on hand for the signing of the order by the mayor. http://bit.ly/2SMfvLh

RI DOT WITHDRAWS BIKE, PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE CUTS
-> The Brown Daily Herald reported that the RI DOT withdrew a proposed amendment that would have reduced state funding by $27.67 million for bike and pedestrian infrastructure, citing an influx of federal funds for infrastructure improvements. The initial amendment would have postponed projects relating to bike infrastructure and transportation alternatives, instead prioritizing bridge repairs. The proposed amendment was not "cancelling any projects," or removing any bike facilities, but would have delayed them while they focused funding on crumbling bridges instead. The state will now receive $54.5 million for bridge improvement and repair projects. With this new influx of federal funding for bridge repairs, the need to transfer money from the Transportation Alternatives Program toward bridges is no longer as pressing. But it remains unclear if there will be changes to transportation alternatives in its ten year funding plan going forward. http://bit.ly/2IDCmJi

NEW YORK, NY: CITI BIKE EXPANDING E-BIKE FLEET, CHARGES MORE
-> Streetsblog NYC reported that Citi Bikes electric fleet will grow from just 200 to 4,000 pedal-assist bikes by the end of spring as part of a major expansion of -- and a $2 price increase on -- the bike-share systems most-popular vehicles. A single-trip e-ride is now $5. Annual members, who pay $169, will also be charged the $2 e-bike fee, starting on April 27. NYCHA residents and SNAP recipients, who pay $60 per year, will pay 50 cents per e-ride, also starting on that date. http://bit.ly/2EA7Bj9

PHOENIX, AZ: PARKING IS 10% OF THE TOTAL LAND IN REGION
-> Streetsblog USA reported that the Phoenix, AZ metro area has so much parking that if you added up every space, it would equal roughly 10% of the total land of the region, a new study published in Cities shows. (Valley of the Sun-Drenched Parking Space: The growth, Extent, and Implications of Parking Infrastructure in Phoenix: http://bit.ly/2Ul3yxS) The Phoenix region has about 39 parking spaces for every 100 acres, or about three spaces for each of the 4 million people living in the region -- or 4.27 spaces for every registered vehicle. Including roads and highways, about 36% of the regions total land area is paved. (The estimate does not account for garaged spaces or highway flyovers.) http://bit.ly/2Ul3iio

NC BILL PROPOSES MANDATORY BIKE REGISTRATION
-> A bill introduced in the North Caroline legislature would require "Each bicycle used, by a person 16 years or older, on a public street or highway shall be registered with the Division...The annual bicycle registration fee shall be ten dollars ($10.00).The fees shall be used by the Department of Transportation for bicycle safety related projects, including bicycle lanes, signage, safety education, and bicycle helmet grants for minors...The Division shall issue a registration card and registration plate suitably sized for a bicycle to be attached to the rear of the bicycle." An Act to Require the Owner of a Bicycle to Register the Bicycle with the Division of Motor Vehicles: http://bit.ly/2XH6nvl


THE RESEARCH BEAT

RISK FACTORS AT UNCONTROLLED PED CROSSINGS
-> Streetsmart News reported that while there is a strong tendency to blame distracted pedestrians (or distracted drivers) for the largest increase in pedestrian fatalities in 20 years, research presented at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting found other risk factors. (Presentation slides: "Risk factors associated with uncontrolled pedestrian crossings: Research on exposure, behavior, and design:" http://bit.ly/2IOrF6z) In 2016, 58% of pedestrians killed were crossing or waiting to cross the road when they were struck. The majority were not at controlled crossings and not at intersections. The speed limit in the majority of these locations was over 35 mph. Compared to crashes at controlled crossings, crashes at uncontrolled crossings are more likely to be fatal. Key pedestrian injury risk factors are vehicle size, vehicle speed, and pedestrian age. https://conta.cc/2TxFlan

[See National & International Scene for GHSA Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State item.]

WALKING MAKES BETTER WORKERS
-> The BBC reported there is mounting evidence that spending time in nature makes us healthier and happier, however the average American spends about 90% of their life indoors. There are some obvious benefits to going outside. Youll have to stand up and move, which is beneficial if most of your day involves sitting in front of a screen. Research shows short breaks can boost engagement at work, and a quick break in natural light will deliver a shot of vitamin D. When people are exposed to the natural environment and natural features, they tend to have a reduced stress response. When you are out in nature you have lower blood pressure, better heart rate variability, better mood. One study published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology examined how lunch-hour activities help workers rebound from job stress suggests a short nature hit can boost performance. (Effects of Park Walks and Relaxation Exercises During Lunch Breaks on Recovery from Job Stress: Two Randomized Controlled Trials: http://bit.ly/2UhLwfT) Researchers asked some people to walk for 15 minutes in the park and others to do indoor relaxation exercises, while a control group continued with lunch breaks as normal. Researchers found park walks were as effective and as beneficial as relaxation exercises. https://bbc.in/2Un2j1b [See article for citations to other studies on the impacts of spending time in nature.]

FHWA & NHTSA RESEARCH SUMMARIES
-> The PBIC Messenger reported the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) presented recent and ongoing efforts in a summary of research and program activities at the recent Transportation Research Board annual conference. (http://bit.ly/2SMAv4F) The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) also released a summary of pedestrian and bicyclist safety research, programs, and resources. The summary includes projects related to enforcement, education, and evaluation activities. (http://bit.ly/2SMJOSf)


QUOTES R US

"The national footprint of pedestrian safety is not uniform, and there are many reasons for differing pedestrian fatality rates among states, including land use patterns, roadway designs, vehicle speeds, population density and demographics. The physical environment in which pedestrians walk has a profound influence on safety outcomes, and roadway design practices have been evolving over time to increasingly accommodate pedestrians, including those with disabilities. There is a significant time lag, however, in achieving roadway design improvements through roadway construction and land development projects."
-- From Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State: 2018 Preliminary Data published by the Governors Highway Safety Association, http://bit.ly/2Hh6V5l

AND NOW, FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT...

USE THE GREEN BOOK TO TRAVEL DURING THE JIM CROW ERA
Huffpost uses the Green Book to describe travel from state to state, discovering how segregation and racist violence influenced black travel. In 1936, Victor H. Green created the Negro Motorist Green Book (the Green Book, as it is commonly known). This guide was for blacks seeking recreation, and was a road map for black travelers to avoid fatal encounters with whites during the Jim Crow era. Effectively, the Green Book informed blacks not only where they should visit -- which hotels and restaurants and hair salons -- but quite literally where they could go if they valued their lives. By 1962, over 2 million subscribers were using the Green Book to find black-friendly establishments and navigate Americas infamous "sundown towns," where blacks were not permitted in public after sunset lest they and their families face the wrath of violent white segregationists. http://bit.ly/2J6iizF

BICYCLE-POWERED BAKERY
Dezeen reported a London-based architecture practice and a group of children aged 11 to 17 built an outdoor bakery at a summer camp in New Hampshire. It uses a bicycle to grind flour for making loaves of sourdough bread. The "human-powered bakery" can provide bread for up to 150 campers and staff every day. http://bit.ly/2TgAfPM (photos)


WEBINARS, WEBCASTS AND SEMINARS
To better help you plan your continuing education activities, we list Webinars scheduled in the next month. Check our searchable master calendar at http://bit.ly/centerlines for opportunities farther in the future. To subscribe, look for the + Google Calendar button in the lower right corner. iCal users can subscribe automatically here: http://bit.ly/centerlines_ical.

NEXT UP

Webinar "Andi Crawford and Michael Hammett on Cities Leading by Engaging Citizens"
Date: March 6, 2019, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Andi Crawford (City of Lansing, MI) & Michael Hammett (City of Phoenix, AZ)
Host: Next City
Details: http://bit.ly/2TtNNr3, "pay what you wish"

Webinar "From Buffalo to Mariposa: State of the Art Transportation Trainings"
Date: March 6, 2019, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Ben Stone (Smart Growth America & Transportation for America), Patricia Walsh (Americans for the Arts), Mikey Goralnik & Cara Goger (Mariposa County Planning Dept.), Julie Fetzer (Buffalo Dept. of Public Works), Jim Madden (Mountain Time Arts) & Sunshine Ross (Human Resources Development Council)
Host: Transportation for America
Details: http://bit.ly/2EA4yHG, free

Webinar "Creating a walking and cycling culture in African cities"
Date: March 7, 2019, 8:00 am to 9:30 am ET
Presenter(s): Rebecca Campbell (Open Streets Cape Town), Cyprine Mitchell (Critical Mass Nairobi) & Beatrice Ch'ng (ICLEI)
Host: TUMI Network, ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability
Details: http://bit.ly/2XGeisD, free

Webinar "Supporting Program Structure" (Part of a 10-part Toward Zero Deaths series offered every other week between January and June 2019)
Date: March 13, 2019, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: Toward Zero Deaths National Strategy Development team
Details: http://bit.ly/2LaQBD5, free

Webinar "Stronger Together: Partnering with the Disability Rights Movement"
Date: March 13, 2019, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: America Walks
Details: http://bit.ly/2S9s5oq, free

Webinar "Data Tools for Walking, Biking, and Safe Routes to School Decision-Making"
Date: March 19, 2019, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Sean Co (StreetLight Data) & Dave Cowan (MN DOT)
Host: Safe Routes to School National Partnership
Details: http://bit.ly/2EECgfn, free

Webinar "Bicycle bills and your business: The good, the bad and the ugly"
Date: March 20, 2019, 3:00 pm to 3:30 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: PeopleForBikes
Details: http://bit.ly/2IUtpvd, free

Webinar "Navigating Without Curbs: Accessibility on Shared Streets"
Date: March 20, 2019, 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: APBP
Details: http://bit.ly/2PZclCB, $50/site for APBP members, $85/site for non-members

Webinar "Trail Towns - Leveraging Trails for Community and Economic Development"
Date: March 21, 2019, 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET
Presenter(s): Harry Burkholder (Land Information Access Assn.), Russell Clark (National Park Service), Helen Siewers (Cave Country Trails) & Seth Wheat (State of KY)
Host: American Trails
Details: http://bit.ly/2FfyzPN, $19 for members, $39 for nonmembers; closed captioning available

Webinar "Four Databases with a Common Goal: Promoting Transportation Research"
Date: March 21, 2019, 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET
Presenter(s): Janet Daly & Bill McLeod (Transportation Research Board), Mary Moulton & Beyan Johnson (USDOT)
Host: Transportation Research Board
Details: http://bit.ly/2Ip6wQq, free

Webinar "Smart Communities - How 5G, Mobility, Vision Zero and Multi-Modal Approaches are Converging"
Date: March 27, 2019, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Sean Harrington (Verizon) & Brenna Berman (City Tech Collaborative & City of Chicago, IL)
Host: Meeting of the Minds
Details: http://bit.ly/2Taxcst, free

Webinar "Technical Assistance and Training" (Part of a 10-part Toward Zero Deaths series offered every other week between January and June 2019)
Date: March 27, 2019, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: Toward Zero Deaths National Strategy Development team
Details: http://bit.ly/2LaQBD5, free

Webinar "One Federal Decision: Requirements and Tips for Achieving This Goal" [expediting infrastructure projects, NEPA decisions]
Date: March 27, 2019, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm ET
Presenter(s): Fred Wagner (Venable LLP), Diane Nulton (HDR, Inc.) & Ted Boling, (Council on Environmental Quality)
Host: Transportation Research Board
Details: http://bit.ly/2IzLa2D, $95 for some registrants

Webinar "Key Partner/Stakeholder Engagement and Communication" (Part of a 10-part Toward Zero Deaths series offered every other week between January and June 2019)
Date: April 10, 2019, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: Toward Zero Deaths National Strategy Development team
Details: http://bit.ly/2LaQBD5, free

Webinar "Bikes by the numbers: A closer look at ridership and safety data"
Date: April 17, 2019, 3:00 pm to 3:30 pm ET
Presenter(s):
Host: PeopleForBikes
Details: http://bit.ly/2IQ9ldC, free

Webinar "Designing Streets for the Speeds You Want"
Date: April 17, 2019, 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: APBP
Details: http://bit.ly/2PYyWit, $50/site for APBP members, $85/site for non-members

Webinar "Leadership and Safety Culture" (Part of a 10-part Toward Zero Deaths series offered every other week between January and June 2019)
Date: April 24, 2019, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: Toward Zero Deaths National Strategy Development team
Details: http://bit.ly/2LaQBD5, free


RESOURCES

TRANSPORTATION ENERGY DATA BOOK
-> In its report prepared for the US Department of Energy, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory provides a desktop reference of statistics and information that characterize transportation activity, and data on other factors that influence transportation energy use. Its chapters focus on petroleum, energy, various types of vehicles, the economy, greenhouse gas emissions, and criteria pollutant emissions. Transportation Energy Data Book Edition 37: http://bit.ly/2IEFS63

HEALTH AND TRANSPORTATION DATA
-> Streetsmart News reported the Health and Transportation Data page from the Travel Forecasting Resource is an open-source platform for travel forecasting research and resources. (http://bit.ly/2IRrdo8) It includes data describing the built environment and transportation system, measures of transportation-related exposures and transportation behaviors that impact health, and measures of health outcomes associated with transportation-related exposures and transportation behaviors. https://conta.cc/2TxFlan

PODCAST: THE FUTURE OF SELF-DRIVING CARS
-> A recent CityLab Technopolis podcast takes a tour of autonomous vehicles little-considered effects: Sex, Vomit, and Criminalized Pedestrians: Is This the Future of Self-Driving Cars? (http://bit.ly/2UszIHX, 28:47) Autonomous vehicles raise big questions for cities, many of which have been raised and addressed before: Will they make our streets safer and our commutes more productive? Will they reduce the need for parking or lead to more suburban sprawl? But some of the potential implications that are not quite as self-evident, like, what happens when a bumpy, long AV commute makes us ... vomit?

CYCLING UK: TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT VIDEO
-> Cycling UK has posted a video to show the perspectives of drivers passing cyclists to educate drivers (Too Close For Comfort - Virtual Reality 2D version: http://bit.ly/2ThuL7d) Cycling UK aims to equip all police forces across the United Kingdom with this virtual reality educational film that will for the first time allow drivers to experience whats it like to be 'close passed by a vehicle. They advocate drivers pass cyclists with at least 1.5 meters (nearly 5 feet) between them, or about the width of a parked car.

INCENTIVES FOR TACKLING CONGESTION
-> The Federal Highway Administration released a report that highlights how different programs across the world have tackled congestion. Using behavioral economic theories, organizations have provided different "nudging" incentives to promote behavioral changes from travelers to shift modes, times of travel, or routes taken before and during their trips. Expanding Traveler Choices Through the Use of Incentives: A Compendium of Examples: http://bit.ly/2ICgm1y

NEW TEMPERATURE-REGULATING FABRIC
-> Dezeen reported that researchers at University of MD invented a smart material capable of warming up a person when theyre cold and cooling them down when theyre hot. The textile is made of regular polymer fibers that have been coated with carbon nanotubes, making them responsive to changes in body heat. The effect would be almost instantaneous, with the fabric activating well before a person noticed any physical discomfort. http://bit.ly/2INdMpA


SHARE WHAT YOU KNOW

-> CALL FOR WEBINAR PROPOSALS FOR THE LAST HALF OF 2019 - Transportation Research Board
Deadline: March 15, 2019, http://bit.ly/2IoqXwF

-> CALL FOR MINI-SYMPOSIA & SPECIAL SESSIONS - 10th International Conference on Bridge Maintenance, Safety and Management, June 28-July 2, 2020, Sapporo, Japan
Deadline: March 15, 2019 (Extended), http://bit.ly/2IBOaMj

-> CALL FOR PROPOSALS - 3rd International Placemaking Week conference (Project for Public Spaces), October 1-4, 2019, Chattanooga, TN
Deadline: March 20, 2019 by 5:00pm ET, http://bit.ly/2TtyOgV

-> CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - 12th Liveable Cities Conference, Adelaide, Australia, August 12-13, 2019
Deadline: April 26, 2019, http://bit.ly/2Dc9btb

-> CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - 6th International Symposium on Highway Geometric Design (Transportation Research Board, Association INFRA Design, Arcadis), June 28 - July 1, 2020, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Deadline: April 30, 2019, http://bit.ly/2IzyEAi

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.

ON THE HORIZON

-> March 7-8, 2019 - Georgia Walks Summit, Peachtree Corners, GA
http://bit.ly/2SuZLAf
-> March 8, 2019 - 5th Annual Redefining Mobility Summit (Contra Costa Transportation Authority, GoMentum Station), San Ramon, CA
http://bit.ly/2ICHmO8
-> March 9-12, 2019 - 20th Annual National Bike Summit, Arlington, VA/Washington, DC
http://bit.ly/2CfVgCX
-> March 10-12, 2019 - CityLaunch, San Diego, CA
http://bit.ly/2V8bWl5
-> March 10-13, 2019 - 19th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Academy of Health Behavior, Greenville, SC
http://bit.ly/2AN6KNr
-> March 14, 2019 - Washington, DC Region Vision Zero Summit, Washington, DC
http://bit.ly/2StKtvH
-> March 16, 2019 - Vision Zero for Philadelphia (PA) Conference
http://bit.ly/2SsT8yC
-> March 30, 2019 - TransportationCamp PHL 2019, Philadelphia, PA
http://bit.ly/2GsN8iY
-> March 31-April 2, 2019 - Lifesavers National Conference on Highway Safety Priorities, Louisville, KY
http://bit.ly/2iQsnno
-> April 1-2, 2019 - Australian 2019 National Sustainability Conference, Brisbane, Australia
http://bit.ly/2DfSdKL
-> April 1-2, 2019 - SOPHIA's 2019 HIA Practitioner Workshop, St. Paul, MN
http://bit.ly/2Ndt73H
-> April 1-4, 2019 - Smart Cities Connect Conference, Denver, CO
http://bit.ly/2SuvcuA
-> April 1-7, 2019 - National Public Health Week
http://bit.ly/2Euwsok
-> April 4-6, 2019 - Mid-Atlantic Greenways & Trails Summit, Philadelphia, PA
http://bit.ly/2vs52vB
-> April 6, 2019 - BikePGH's 6th Annual Women & Non-Binary Forum, Pittsburgh, PA
http://bit.ly/2GqboSO
-> April 6, 2019 (Rescheduled) - TransportationCamp Ithaca 2019, Ithaca, NY
http://bit.ly/2GskiyV
-> April 7-9, 2019 - 14th National Light Rail and Streetcar Conference, Jersey City, NJ
http://bit.ly/2Av8GcN
-> April 9-13, 2019 - Society of Health And Physical Educators (SHAPE) National Convention & Expo, Tampa, FL
http://bit.ly/2Q0u10F
-> April 10-11, 2019 - Safer City Streets Network: 5th meeting, Buenos Aires, Argentina
http://bit.ly/2Q0xSe9
-> April 13, 2019 - Opening Day for Trails
http://bit.ly/2UlTRPD
-> April 13-16, 2019 - 2019 APA National Planning Conference San Francisco, CA
http://bit.ly/2gFVZC7
-> April 15-16, 2019 - Governors Highway Safety Association & Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Speeding Forum, Rucversville, VA
http://bit.ly/2SsJVX4
-> April 15-18 , 2019 - Aging In America, New Orleans, LA
http://bit.ly/2PVtm0x
-> April 23-24, 2019 - Safe Systems Summit: Redefining Transportation Safety (Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety), Durham, NC
https://unc.live/2wgqx2d
-> April 25, 2019 - Change Your Visitors' Behavior (How cycling tourism can benefit cultural heritage, UNESCO Workshop) Jelling, Denmark
http://bit.ly/2IDbM39
-> April 25-26, 2019 - Active Transportation Summit (The Street Trust & partners), Portland, OR
http://bit.ly/2znJOy4
-> April 27, 2019 - TransportationCamp NE 2019, Cambridge, MA
http://bit.ly/2GpgFK6
-> April 28 - May 1, 2019 - American Trails 24th International Trails Symposium, Syracuse, NY
http://bit.ly/2t13SVa
-> May 6-9, 2019 - 2019 National Outdoor Recreation Conference, Rapid City, SD
http://bit.ly/2Q4mTk4
-> May 7, 2019 - Bike 2019, Edmonton, Canada (University of Alberta)
http://bit.ly/2T3twZi
-> May 8, 2019 - Bike 2019, Calgary, Canada (University of Alberta)
http://bit.ly/2T3twZi
-> May 8, 2019 - National Bike To School Day
http://bit.ly/2iRdmBV
-> May 8-10, 2019 - Placemaking: Making it Happen - Spring 2019 (Project for Public Spaces), New York, NY
http://bit.ly/2Gkpc13
-> May 9-10, 2019 - Tennessee Bike Walk Summit (Bike Walk TN), Knoxville, TN
http://bit.ly/2Gw60O5
-> May 9-10, 2019 - Transportation Camp Florida (#SmartMiami), Miami, FL
http://bit.ly/2GsL0I0
-> May 17-19, 2019 - 2019 ASLA Diversity Summit, Washington, DC
http://bit.ly/2TlTfJ1
-> May 18, 2019 - TransportationCamp Baltimore 2019, Baltimore, MD
http://bit.ly/2GqyUPn
-> May 19-22, 2019 - APWA North American Snow Conference; Salt Lake City, UT
http://bit.ly/2Q1od6Y
-> May 20-24, 2019 - Cycling Embassy of Denmark - 5th Bikeable City Masterclass, Copenhagen, Denmark
Deadline: February 1, 2019; http://bit.ly/2FJOMgv
-> May 22-24, 2019 - International Transport Forum Transport Connectivity for Regional Integration, Leipzig, Germany
http://bit.ly/2PYUnjB
-> May 26-29, 2019 - CARSP Conference (Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals) Calgary, Canada
http://bit.ly/2PXuxMU
-> May 26-31, 2019 - 15th World Conference on Transport Research, Mumbai, India
http://bit.ly/2PZRY89
-> June 1, 2019 - National Trails Day
http://bit.ly/2HwruZ9
-> June 2-5, 2019 - 17th National Transportation Planning Applications Conference, Portland, OR
http://bit.ly/2NNVYsm
-> June 3-6, 2019 - 13th ITS European Congress, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
http://bit.ly/2Q1qE9C
-> June 4-7, 2019 - Alaska Walk and Bike Conference, Sitka, AK
http://bit.ly/2FToBDq
-> June 4-7, 2019 - International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Prague, Czech Republic
http://bit.ly/2DAng45
-> June 5-7, 2019 - Chicago Forum on Global Cities, Chicago, IL
http://bit.ly/2V9r6q3
-> June 9-12, 2019 - Global Public Transport Summit, Stockholm, Sweden
http://bit.ly/2Q1qE9C
-> June 9-12, 2019 - International Conference on Transportation and Development, Alexandria, VA
http://bit.ly/2PXotnv
-> June 12-15, 2019 - CNU 27 (Congress for New Urbanism), Louisville, KY
http://bit.ly/2zsdVK6
-> June 12-15, 2019 - Placemaking Week Europe (STIPO / European Placemaking Network/La Marina de Valencia), Valencia, Spain
http://bit.ly/2GmzX2S
-> June 16-19 , 2019 - National ADA Symposium, Dallas, TX
http://bit.ly/2Q2bzVk
-> June 19-21, 2019 - Sustainable Transport Study Tour in the Netherlands (Florida Atlantic University in coordination with the International Sustainable Transportation Exchange Program)
http://bit.ly/2GqwNeo
-> June 20-21, 2019 - IBPI Faculty Workshop: Integrating Bike-Ped Topics into University Transportation Courses (Transportation Research and Education Research Center, Portland State University), Portland, OR
http://bit.ly/2SIksEY
-> June 23-30, 2019 - Professional Study Abroad 2019: Active Transportation in the Netherlands (Transportation Research and Education Research Center, Portland State University) Registration closes March 31, 2019
http://bit.ly/2SN9cHw
-> June 24-26, 2019 - Mobilize Fortaleza: 2019Reclaiming Streets for Access and Mobility (Institute for Transportation and Development), Fortaleza, Brazil
http://bit.ly/2GsRGWf
-> June 25-27, 2019 - 25th International Conference on Urban Transport and the Environment, Aveiro, Portugal
http://bit.ly/2Q0fgL6
-> June 25-28, 2019 - Velo-City; Dublin, Ireland
http://bit.ly/2PABMKQ
-> June 26-27, 2019 - PraxisConference Pedestrian Protection; Bergisch Gladbach, Germany
http://bit.ly/2PXnhAI
-> June 26-28, 2019 - ICLEI Resilient Cities 2019: 10th Global Forum on Urban Resilience and Adaptation, Bonn, Germany
http://bit.ly/2Go6V2Q
-> June 26-29, 2019 - Vanguard Conference (Next City), Newark, NJ
http://bit.ly/2Ez9Cw8
-> July 3-6, 2019 - Canadian Institute of Planners Nation al Conference, Ottawa, Canada
http://bit.ly/2V8b6EX
-> July 8 - 12, 2019 - Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA
http://bit.ly/2FxNHYp
-> July 12-16, 2019 - Conference of Minority Transportation Officials, Tampa, FL
http://bit.ly/2V8BdvB
-> July 15-19, 2019 - IBPI Workshop: Comprehensive Bikeway Design (Transportation Research and Education Research Center, Portland State University), Portland, OR
http://bit.ly/2SI70B3
-> July 21-23, 2019 - IBPI Workshop: Planning for Active Transportation: If You Build It, Will They Come? (Transportation Research and Education Research Center, Portland State University), Portland, OR
http://bit.ly/2SKmhRW
-> July 21-24, 2019 - Joint ITE International and Texas District Annual Meeting and Exhibit, Austin, TX
http://bit.ly/2V6NIrs
-> August 4-7, 2019 - 2019 ACT International Conference, New York, NY
http://bit.ly/2BJC2US
-> August 13-15, 2019 - 2019 National Conference on Health Communications, Marketing, and Media, Atlanta, GA
http://bit.ly/2GssoYl
-> August 24-28, 2019 - IMAGINE THE FUTURE: Advancing Traffic Safety through Technology and Innovation (Governors Highway Safety Association 2019 Annual Meeting), Anaheim, CA
http://bit.ly/2Ilicn8
-> August 25-28, 2019 - Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals Conference Portland, OR
http://bit.ly/2NhS3ae
-> September 9 - 12, 2019 - NACTO Designing Cities 2019: Toronto, Canada
http://bit.ly/2FILNoq
-> September 10-13, 2019 - 6th International Conference on Women's Issues in Transportation (WIiT 2019), Irvine, CA
http://bit.ly/2DoKJF6
-> September 15-18, 2019 - 12th TRB International Conference on Low-Volume Roads, Kalispell, MT
http://bit.ly/2JrYVNJ
-> September 15-18, 2019 - Conference on Data and Performance Driven Project Prioritization (Transportation Research Board), Atlanta, GA
http://bit.ly/2GqdmTd
-> October 1-4, 2019 - 3rd International Placemaking Week (Project for Public Spaces), Chattanooga, TN
http://bit.ly/2Gndd2U
-> October 7-11, 2019 - Walk21- XX: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
http://bit.ly/2FfeYiM
-> October 15-17, 2019 - California Bike Summit, Los Angeles, CA
http://bit.ly/2FQuDod
-> October 23-24, 2019 - MN Statewide Toward Zero Deaths Conference, St. Cloud, MN
http://bit.ly/2SyBzNq
-> November 2-6, 2019 - American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo, Philadelphia, PA
http://bit.ly/2w0SHw7
-> November 5-6, 2019 - 9th International Visualization in Transportation Symposium: Visualization in Action (Transportation Research Board), Washington, DC
http://bit.ly/2IFZE15
-> November 12-14, 2019 - 2019 Safe Routes to School National Conference, Tampa, FL
http://bit.ly/2LhxRAb
-> November 14-16, 2019 - LA CoMotion, Los Angeles, CA
http://bit.ly/2VfCCAy
-> November 18-20, 2019 - International Cycling Safety Conference, (International Cycling Safety Community), Brisbane, Australia
http://bit.ly/2Io3uvN
-> November 20-23, 2019 - City Summit, San Antonio, TX
http://bit.ly/2V8d3Bh

NEW & FURTHER OUT: See http://bit.ly/centerlines for other events more than six months from now.

-> December 11-12, 2019 - Conference on Health and Active Transportation (Transportation Research Board), Washington, DC
http://bit.ly/2IEOQ3v
-> June 28 - July 1, 2020 - 6th International Symposium on Highway Geometric Design (Transportation Research Board, Association INFRA Design, Arcadis), Amsterdam, The Netherlands
http://bit.ly/2IzyEAi


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.

-> RFQ - ON-CALL MOBILITY PLANNING AND DESIGN SERVICES, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, LA
The City of New Orleans has issued a RFQ for On-Call Mobility Planning and Design Services in support of pedestrian, bicycle, transit, green stormwater infrastructure, and traffic calming street improvements.
Deadline: March 22, 2019, http://bit.ly/2XGcG29

-> CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FROM PEOPLE WHO LIVE OR WORK WITHIN NEW YORK METROPOLITAN AREA - VANGUARD CONFERENCE (NEXT CITY), JUNE 26-29, 2019, NEWARK, NJ
The Vanguard conference welcomes entrepreneurs, community developers, activists, artists, designers, urban planners and sustainability experts -- anyone committed to improving cities. Vanguard is a unique opportunity to meet the best and brightest urban thinkers and innovators from the across the world. The conference is free to attend, but you must apply. The application process is competitive and Next City is only able to select 40 leaders to become Vanguards. We strongly encourage entry and mid-career professionals to apply and there is no age limit. All participants must pay for their own travel and accommodations, however a travel stipend may be available to some participants.
Deadline: March 25, 2019 by 11:59 pm ET, $35 application fee, http://bit.ly/2Ez9Cw8

-> JOB - TRANSPORTATION PLANNER, CITY OF ARVADA, CO
Assists with the design and contract administration of routine projects related to the city's transportation infrastructure and the management of programs related to bicycle and pedestrian safety. Responsible for coordinating with City staff, other jurisdictions' staff, committees, and citizens for issues related to bicycle, pedestrian and school traffic issues.
Deadline: March 8, 2019 by 11:59 pm MT, http://bit.ly/2TyOXl2

-> 2 JOBS, CITY OF SAN JOSE, CA

- TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST - MICRO-MOBILITY IN THE BIKE/PED SYSTEM & PLANNING GROUP
This position focuses on advancing the transportation goals of the Envision San Josť 2040 General Plan through coordination of shared micro-mobility in San Jose, specifically through implementation of the City's Shared Micro-Mobility Permit Program. This position will fulfill key communications and program monitoring roles by effectively coordinating with City staff, partner and neighbor agencies, shared micro-mobility operators, and community members. This position reports to the Associate Transportation Specialist that manages the City's Bicycle and Pedestrian Program.
Deadline: March 5, 2019 by 11:59 PM PT, http://bit.ly/2J67IIX

- SENIOR ENGINEER - PLANNING AND PROJECT DELIVERY DIVISION IN THE COMPLETE STREETS AND GEOMETRIC ROADWAY DESIGN GROUP
This Senior Engineer will, under general direction of the Principal Engineer, perform work of considerable complexity in transportation engineering that includes supervision and preparation of master plans, traffic studies, geometric design plans, traffic signal designs, contract drawings, and specifications for transportation system improvements. The position will more specifically oversee development and review of all complete streets and geometric roadway design elements of transportation infrastructure projects.
Deadline: March 15, 2019 by 11:59 PM PT, http://bit.ly/2TuTWmN

-> JOB - DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATIONS COORDINATOR, BIKEMORE, BALTIMORE, MD
For the past six years Bikemore has worked to increase and improve bicycle infrastructure, policies, and awareness to create a safer, healthier, more livable bicycling city. The Development and Operations Coordinator is primarily responsible for performing duties that support development, operations, and internal communications. These duties include CRM administration, assisting with the gift flow process, and providing administrative support to the staff.
Deadline: March 15, 2019, http://bit.ly/2HgRaeu

-> JOB - PROGRAM MANAGER II (BIKE/PED COORDINATOR, COMPLETE STREETS), CITY OF ST. LOUIS, MO
Incumbent in this position is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating and controlling the City's Complete Streets Program for a transportation network accommodating users of all modes of travel and persons of all abilities. Duties include: serving as the City's Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator and the steering committee chairperson for the City's Complete Streets Program; formulating programmatic goals, budgetary needs, grant applications, action plans and coordinating projects; analyzing crash data and conducting field studies, investigations and inspections and facilitating community meetings and taskforces.
Deadline: March 29, 2019, http://bit.ly/2TwUgBM

-> JOB - CIVIL ENGINEER, TOOLE DESIGN GROUP LLC, DENVER, CO
As a Civil Engineer, you will be guiding their team to create sustainable multimodal transportation infrastructure in a wide range of contexts from complex roadways and streetscapes in highly urban settings to signature trail projects that highlight and enhance the natural environment. You will assist the Engineering Director by independently managing company projects in Colorado and western states. You'll be at the table with clients and colleagues from a variety of disciplines, delivering projects from concept to construction; including stakeholder outreach and charrettes, developing feasibility studies and concept plans, and preparing construction documents for innovative projects throughout the country.
Deadline: None provided, http://bit.ly/2IQpy2s

-> JOB - CONSULTANT, STREETS FOR ALL, SUSTAINABLE CITIES, WRI INDIA, ASSOCIATED WITH WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE, DELHI & RANCHI, INDIA
WRI India is an independent charity that provides objective information and practical proposals to foster environmentally sound and socially equitable development. The seek a Consultant for their Streets for All program in India to focus on improving and promoting the usage of non-motorized transport (NMT) and road safety in the country through provision of public bicycle sharing (PBS) systems, safe infrastructure, capacity building and community awareness (Raahgiri Days). Taking this initiative forward, WRI India is commencing its engagement under "Streets For All Program" in various cities across India with a vision to promote NMT and improve the road safety scenario.
Deadline: None provided, http://bit.ly/2TyYatC

-> 2 JOBS, TRANSPORTATION FOR AMERICA, A PROGRAM OF SMART GROWTH AMERICA, WASHINGTON, DC

- POLICY ASSOCIATE
Transportation for America seeks a skilled and motivated individual with knowledge, experience and interest in transportation policy development, implementation, and advocacy at the federal, state and local level.
Deadline: None provided (Position posted February 20), http://bit.ly/2TsqMoy

- POLICY AND COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE
Transportation for America seeks a skilled and motivated individual with knowledge, experience and interest in writing about transportation policy development and implementation at the federal, state and local level.
Deadline: None provided (position posted February 19), http://bit.ly/2Tu467d

See also:
-> American Planning Association Jobs Online, http://bit.ly/2BmNvFi
-> Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals Career Center: http://bit.ly/1DhwE41 (members only)
-> Alta Planning + Design, http://bit.ly/1jbgjF9
-> NACTO Careers, http://bit.ly/13VnUBl
-> Lime, http://bit.ly/2Iptxmk
-> Toole Design Group, http://bit.ly/1k7DPRg
-> TRB Careers in Motion Job Center, http://bit.ly/2A5sQWQ

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