Portland OR (USA) 2019
The Burning Design Questions…Boss Answers: an APBP-NACTO Collaboration design workshop took place in Portland OR at the 2019 APBP Conference; the 47th iteration of the Real Intersection Design series pioneered in 2000.
2019 Portland OR
2017 Buenos Aires (Argentina), Jakarta (Indonesia), Manila (Philippines)
2016 Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), Gaborone (Botswana), Kampala (Uganda), Kisumu (Kenya), México City (México), Riuru (Kenya), Toronto ON
2015 Jacksonville FL, New Haven CT, Rio de Janiero (Brazil)
2014 Buenos Aires (Argentina), Buffalo NY, Florianópolis (Brazil), New Rochelle NY, Rio de Janiero (Brazil)
2013 Boulder CO, México City (México), Phoenix AZ
2012 Buenos Aires (Argentina), Chennai (India), Chicago IL, Delhi (India), Pune (India), Rajkot (India)
2011 Bogotá (Colombia), Washington DC
2010 Rio de Janiero (Brazil)
2009 San Francisco CA
2008 Manhattan NY, Seattle WA
2005 Chicago IL, Ocean City NJ
2004 Brooklyn NY, Orlando FL, Plainsboro NJ
2003 Boston MA, Manhattan NY, Queens NY, Washington DC
2002 Philadelphia PA, St Paul MN
2001 Tucson AZ
2000 Philadelphia PA
Riuru (Kenya) 2016
Street Design and NMT Facilities
Jacksonville FL (USA) 2015
Beach Boulevard Complete Streets
Florianópolis (Brazil) 2014
A two week long training workshop, part of PLAMUS, the sustainable urban mobility plan for Florianópolis.
New Rochelle NY (USA) 2014
Traffic Circulation and Gateways to the City’s Downtown
Boulder CO (USA) 2013
Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals’ Professional Development Seminar
Takoma Park MD (USA) 2013
As part of the New Hampshire Avenue Multiway Boulevard Feasibility Study, we workshopped designs for bicycle facilities in a multi-way boulevard.
We developed four options for placing bicycle facilities along a multi-way boulevard (this is one with both a central and side medians, think Octavia Street in SanFran, Avenue K in DC, or Ben Franklin Parkway in Philly).
Along the street we considered whether the bike lane would be better as part of the median or the sidewalk. At the intersection one has to sort out how the cyclists and drivers interact. These are the green (bike), orange (car), and blue (pedestrian) lines on the drawings. It is absolutely essential to understand how a street, especially an intersection, will operate.
Al Ain (UAE) 2010
Al Ain Central District Plan
Riverdale MD (USA) 2003
Real Intersection Design