Upcoming Webinar to Focus on Laying the Groundwork for Successful Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Education and Enforcement Efforts
The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC) is offering this free webinar about planning for successful pedestrian and bicycle safety law enforcement operations.
Preparing for Successful Safety Education and Enforcement Efforts
Tuesday, March 14, 11:00 a.m. — 12:30 p.m.
1st Floor Conference Room, Miller Building, 2825 3rd Avenue North, Billings
Many communities have transportation plans, pedestrian and bicycle master plans, or Vision Zero initiatives that include law enforcement activities aimed at improving safety for vulnerable road users. These activities require inter-agency partnerships and thoughtful preparation in order to be successful. In this webinar, seasoned practitioners will share their lessons learned in planning for and implementing prior to law enforcement efforts to promote pedestrian and bicycle safety. We will share stories of what worked, what didn't work so well, and what to remember when planning enforcement activities. The session is co-sponsored by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA).
Panelists include Laura Sandt (UNC Highway Safety Research Center), Kara Macek (Governors Highway Safety Association), Shannon Purdy (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), Lt. Joe Raulerson (Gainesville Police Department), and Sgt. Michael Montanye (Greenville (NC) Police Department).
The City of Billings Planning and Community Services Department, from time to time, hosts free public webinars for informational purposes only on subjects that may be of interest to City and County staff, other local agencies, residents, and businesses in Billings. The Department neither supports nor opposes the expressed content in these webinars.