Join California Walks, Butte County’s Department of Public Health, the City of Los Banos, and the Fresno County Department of Public Health to hear about what worked and didn’t for their temporary traffic safety demonstrations and how you can implement your own demonstrations. The three statewide case studies will highlight outcomes and considerations for pop-up safety demos in rural and suburban communities, focusing on robust community engagement. In 2022, the Active Transportation Resource Center (ATRC) partnered with SCAG to expand the reach of SCAG’s traffic safety materials. ATRC hired California Walks to implement its Go Human Kit of Parts Pilot Program, utilizing the lending library of pop-up materials to temporarily demonstrate potential and planned street design treatments and safety infrastructure to create safer and more inviting public spaces.
Toolbox Tuesdays provide training on a range of practical skills and knowledge for local planning practitioners including training in the use of technology and education for practical approaches to timely issues. All classes and webinars are COMPLIMENTARY for staff of SCAG-member local governments and other SCAG partners in Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties. Private sector planners, non-profit staff, academics and students are welcome to attend.
PHONE/ZOOM CONFERENCE ONLY, NO IN-PERSON MEETING
SCAG, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, is committed to providing special accommodations and translation services to those who are interested in participating in the events. We ask that you provide your request for special accommodations or translation services at least 72 hours prior to the event so that SCAG has sufficient time to make arrangements. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.