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DoT Pedestrians & Cyclists - Department of Transport - Victoria Technical Training

by Australian Road Research Board on July 1, 2020

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Overview of training 
The Australian Road Research Board (ARRB), Trafficworks and Road Solutions have been engaged by The Department of Transport – Victoria (DoT) to be licenced training providers delivering VicRoads and DoT accredited technical training.

Training Courses

All Training Courses will be held at the ARRB national headquarters unless otherwise noted:

Workshop Information
Workshop Date: October 6th – 8th
Time: 8.30am – 5.30pm 
Duration: 3 Full Days
Location: Port Melbourne
Cost: Days 1-3: $3,000, Day 1: $1,000, Day 2-3: $2,000

Pedestrians & Cyclists – Thinking, Planning and Designing

This course aims to help managers, planners, practitioners, engineers and other interested professionals improve outcomes for pedestrians and cyclists.

The main objectives of the course are to:

  • Inform of the latest policies, decision-making frameworks and methodologies
  • Provide detailed advice on planning and design practices for pedestrians and cyclists
  • Advise on systemic actions to further include pedestrians and cyclists in our transport system

There are three options to take the course – participants could attend:

  • Day 1 to 3
  • Day 1 Only
  • Day 2 & 3 Only

DAY 1:
Participants will be introduced to the important role of walking and cycling in our transport system. They will be informed of foundational policy, decision-making frameworks and methodology for including pedestrians and cyclists.

DAY 2:
Participants will learn about planning tools and practices for pedestrians and cyclists and will visit a site to discuss practicalities of walking and cycling planning. Pedestrian and cyclist facilities are discussed.

DAY 3:
Following Day 2 exercises, detailed design practices for pedestrians and cyclists at intersections and midblocks are discussed. An assignment is presented to help participants practice their learnings during the course.

More information


Tuesday 6 - 8 October 2020
Register now

*Dates and prices are subject to change. 

 

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