E-learning

Creating Complete Streets e-learning series

Although we may not be able to travel to every community, we want to ensure that anyone can easily access information to guide them on the path toward Complete Streets. The National Complete Streets Coalition now offers online, interactive distance learning modules. As part of the Creating Complete Streets Distance Learning Series, we offer two introductory-level modules that take less than one hour to complete and are eligible for AICP credit. Modules can be purchased for $69 each or $95 for both.

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Module 1: Introduction to Designing for Active Transportation

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Eligible for 1.0 CM through AICP

Time to complete: 45-60 min

Who this is for: Transportation planners and engineers, public health professionals, elected officials, and community members who are interested in learning the fundamentals of designing for active transportation

Overview: In this online course, you will learn how recent trends in demographics, changing preferences, transportation costs, travel patterns, safety, and public health impact the need to plan and design transportation infrastructure for multiple types of users, including people walking, biking, riding public transit, and driving. You will also become familiar with terminologies and approaches related to multimodal transportation planning and design as well as be able to articulate the key differences between traditional transportation planning and design and a Complete Streets approach. This course will explore how a Complete Streets approach differs from a traditional approach in terms of modal priority, performance measurement, design vehicle, design speed, and more. This distance learning module includes an audio and visual presentation as well as intermittent practice quizzes and activities.

Module 2: Integrating Land Use into Complete Streets

Eligible for 1.0 CM through AICP

Time to complete: 30-45 min

Who this is for: Transportation planners and engineers, public health professionals, elected officials, and community members who are interested in learning about how land use relates to their work in transportation and Complete Streets.

Overview: In this online course, you will learn how land use influences Complete Streets. You will be able to explain the history of land use in the United States, identify land use approaches and strategies that support Complete Streets, and describe examples of communities that have successfully implemented land use to support investments in active transportation infrastructure. This distance learning module includes an audio and visual presentation as well as intermittent practice quizzes and activities.