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ARCHIVED – Pedestrian Connections: Planning for the Walkability Needs of Older Adults and People with Disabilities from Current Conditions to a Future Environment with Automated Vehicles Webinar

NADTC hosted a Pedestrian Connections webinar on September 4, 2018 about the changing landscape of accessible pedestrian planning–from traditional local-level programs that encourage the involvement of older adults and people with disabilities in the walkability audit process to assessing the role of automated and connected vehicle technology related to accessible pedestrian movement.

Presenters were Meg Ann Traci, Ph.D. (University of Montana), Laura Sandt, Ph.D.
(University of North Carolina/Pedestrian Bicycle Information Center) and Michael Clamann, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina/Highway Safety Research Center)

Listen to the webinar on YouTube.