June Southern California Regional Network Call

SoCal_SmallPlease join us June 13 th via conference call from 10-11am for our Safe Routes to School Southern California Network meeting.  All are welcome and invited to join. Please note, we hold these meetings monthly on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 10-11am.

*Missed this call? Read the notes and download the presentations, here.

This month’s special topic: What Get Counted gets Funded – How to increase and improve active transportation data collection?

Details :Thursday, June 13 th from 10-11 am

Conference Call Number: 866-394-4146

Guest Code: 878934528#*4 mute/unmute

Agenda (subject to change):

1. Welcome, Introductions (5 mins)

2. Safe Routes to School Technical Assistance Resource Center (TARC) Update (5 mins)

3. Regional and County Updates (10 mins)

4. What Get Counted gets Funded – How to increase and improve active transportation data collection? (30 mins)

  • SCAG Bicycle Data Clearinghouse – Herbie Huff, Ryan Snyder Associates (presentation)

  • Bicycle counters in San Diego: Best practices and opportunities – Sherry Ryan PhD, San Diego State University (presentation)

  • Information – Potential of automated bicycle and pedestrian counters

    • Arlington County have been using Eco Counter for some time now and are reaping the benefit of data collection: link to the article. In California the City of San Francisco and San Diego County installed permanent Eco Counters.

5. State and Federal Transportation Funding Educational Update (5 mins) (Pauline Chow, SRTSNP Staffer)

  • AB 1194 Update

  • May Revise Update

  • Cap and Trade Update

6. Announcements – conferences, events, funding, and misc (5 mins)

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