Innovative Bicycle Treatments

A Lunch & Learn Webinar

Make room on your calendar!

Charleston Moves & the Charleston Civic Design Center are hosting a webinar on the newest innovations in bikeway design, sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Please join us for an enlightening afternoon discussing recent developments, guidance and considerations when designing modern bike facilities. This is a great opportunity for getting "up to speed" on the latest news & advice in bike facility design. The event is also free of charge and lunch will be provided!

Charleston Civic Design Center

Tuesday, July 23rd 2013 at 11:30am-1pm

85 Calhoun Street

Charleston, SC

Please RSVP by sending an email to Seating is limited, so reserve your space now!

The Details

What we'll discuss:

  • Different types of bike facilities
  • Current approved standards and reference material
  • Origins of new design standards
  • Innovative bike facilities/treatments
  • Determining where and when to apply these treatments
  • Considerations when implementing treatments
  • Locations where these treatments been implemented

Webinar Description:

The primary goals of this webinar are to familiarize transportation engineers/planners with the newest innovations in the bicycle facility design practice. The webinar will discuss recent developments in available design guidance and considerations when designing these facilities. Recent advances in bicycle facility design guidance have led to increased demand from government agencies and the public to implement many of these innovative treatments. As more of these facilities are being implemented, users are recognizing the host of safety benefits and greater comfort level generated from the increased separation from automobile traffic and enhanced intersection treatments. Agencies throughout the country are using the design guidance recently issued within the National Association of City Transportation Officials Urban Bikeway Design Manual, in association with the guidance set forth in the established U.S. manuals such as the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities and MUTCD, to implement these facilities. This webinar is co-sponsored by ASCE's Transportation and Development Institute and ASCE Continuing Education.

For more information please visit:

Charleston Moves

Charleston Civic Design Center

ASCE Website

or email