This webinar will introduce attendees to the newly released Small Town and Rural Design Guide (STAR Guide), a Federal Highway Administration publication.
The STAR Guide is a free resource and the first of its kind to focus exclusively on rural street design and the unique active transportation challenges and opportunities outside of urban areas. It is structured as a menu of facility options to create multimodal networks that encourage walking and biking.
This webinar will review the Guide as well as an interactive website that can serve as a quick reference tool. The Guide is especially helpful during conceptual design and is one of a few transportation planning resources directed specifically at small towns and rural communities.
Who Should Attend?
Transportation planners, city planners, planning commissioners, and traffic engineers
- Andrea Clinkscales, Senior Planner, Alta Planning + Design, Inc. Andrea has 15 years of project management and community engagement experience, 10 years in active transportation planning, and 6 years in transit access capital projects and construction. Before joining Alta, she was the Principal Planner at the Cascade Bicycle Club and has held urban planning/design positions with Sound Transit, and with the cities of Seattle and Portland.
- Fred Young, Principal, Alta Planning + Design, Inc. Fred is a Landscape Architect with over 15 years of experience working on public projects that enhance the livability of communities. His projects include multiuse trails, corridor master plans, LRT studies, public art master plans, public art, and parks.
- Brett Schock, Traffic Engineer, City of Kenmore. Brett worked for over a decade for civil engineering firms before becoming a Traffic Engineer with the City of Kenmore in 2015.