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Resolve to get involved with ITE Ped/Bike Council in 2014!

By Mr. Alex Rixey, AICP posted 01-21-2014 08:27 PM

  
The ITE Ped/Bike Council Executive Committee has identified several "bite-sized" volunteer opportunities to get more Ped/Bike Council members involved in national-level efforts. From writing newsletter articles and blog posts to developing and facilitating workshops or webinars, the table below lists many ways to volunteer your skills!

Action / Item

Estimated Level of Commitment

Contact

E-mail

Send webinar ideas

1 hour

Lisa Fontana Tierney

lfontana@ite.org

Send newsletter ideas

1 hour

Dana Weissman

d.weissman@fehrandpeers.com

Review new “Design and Operation of Complete Streets and Intersections” chapter of Traffic Engineering Handbook

8 hours

Lisa Fontana Tierney

lfontana@ite.org

Review new ITE Strategic Plan

1-2 hours

Lisa Fontana Tierney

lfontana@ite.org

Write PBC Newsletter article

4-8 hours

Dana Weissman

d.weissman@fehrandpeers.com

Review PBC Award applications

4 hours

David Duszak

dduszak@wrallp.com

Support Tactical Urbanism / Pilot Implementations workshop preparations

One conference or ongoing

Alex Rixey

a.rixey@fehrandpeers.com

Review existing ITE guidance on pedestrian and bicyclist safety in parking lots; suggest opportunities for enhancements

8 hours

Lisa Fontana Tierney

lfontana@ite.org

Prepare Public Rights of Way Accessibility Guidelines (PROWAG) webinar

16+ hours

Meghan Mitman

m.mitman@fehrandpeers.com

Organize a STAR communities rating system webinar with APHA

8 hours

Meghan Mitman

m.mitman@fehrandpeers.com

Organize a “success stories case studies” webinar

8 hours

Meghan Mitman

m.mitman@fehrandpeers.com

Develop bike share systems webinar to build on recent APBP series

16+ hours

Meghan Mitman

m.mitman@fehrandpeers.com

Write articles and blog entries for ITE Journal

2+ hours

Lisa Fontana Tierney

lfontana@ite.org


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