Pedestrian Planning and Design for Residential Areas

published 5 months ago by Austroads

This webinar, presented by Ann-Marie Head and Jeanette Ward, focuses on the planning and design considerations for walkable residential neighbourhoods, both new and existing, and where to find that guidance in Austroads’ guides. The webinar covers the following key topics: what data to collect planning/network considerations design considerations examples of applying walkable characteristics best practice examples. This is a final session in the series of webinars held by Austroads to step practitioners through the updated pedestrian planning and design information. Austroads’ review of the pedestrian planning and design guidance in the Guide to Traffic Management (AGTM) and Guide to Road Design (AGRD) identified a total of 120 planning and design gaps. Recommended changes to the AGTM were published in April 2020 followed by a series of exceptionally popular webinars. Recommended changes to the AGRD have been reviewed and approved by the Road Design Task Force and will find their way into the AGRD as part of its update and restructure planned by the Road Safety & Design program in FY20-21.

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