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Curriculum ModulesIBPI has developed curriculum on eight pedestrian and bicycle-related topics. The curriculum module for each topic contains a powerpoint presentation with lecture notes, suggested readings, and sample assignments. There were created to provide basic materials on these topics for faculty members and instructors to use in their teaching. The project received funding from the Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium (OTREC).


Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plans Curriculum Module

Lynn Weigand, Ph.D., Portland State University

Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Assignment 3
Lecture Notes
Overview
Slides

 

Bicycle and Pedestrian Programs and Design Movements Curriculum Module

Lynn Weigand, Ph.D., Portland State University

Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Lecture Notes
Overview
Slides

 

Bicycle Facility Design Curriculum Module

Lynn Weigand, Ph.D., Portland State University

Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Assignment 3
Lecture Notes
Overview
Slides

 

Data Collection Curriculum Module

Lynn Weigand, Ph.D., Portland State University

Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Lecture Notes
Overview
Slides

 

Education and Encouragement Programs Curriculum Module

Lynn Weigand, Ph.D., Portland State University

Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Assignment 3
Lecture Notes
Overview
Slides

 

History of Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning Curriculum Module

Lynn Weigand, Ph.D., Portland State University

Assignments
Lecture Notes
Overview
Slides

 

Pedestrian Facility Design Curriculum Module

Lynn Weigand, Ph.D., Portland State University

Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Lecture Notes
Overview
Slides

 

Trail Design Curriculum Module

Lynn Weigand, Ph.D., Portland State University

Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Assignment 2 Counting Form
Lecture Notes
Overview
Slides

 

Bicycle and Pedestrian Education Program: Engineering Curriculum Module

Karen Dixon, Ph.D., Oregon State University

Transportation Facilities Design is a class required for students acquiring a graduate degree in transportation engineering. It introduces common facility design concepts for transportation infrastructure. This report summarizes the information included in the course, supplemental materials developed from the course, and resulting course assessment.

Curriculum Report