Community Neighborhood Development
This online engineering PDH course provides guidelines for the planning and design of community neighborhood developments.
Community neighborhood development consists of designers balancing the needs of through traffic, commercial areas, pubic areas and residential areas. Traffic volume, trip characteristics, speed and level of service and other factors in the functional classification system relate to the mobility of motor vehicles must be integrated with the needs of bicyclists or pedestrians and consider the context of land use of the surrounding environment.
Specific design principles and processes must be considered in community neighborhood development to promote safe and effective movement of all thoroughfare users in the community. They must provide mobility for users, create a safe street for users, accommodate efficient movement of goods, promote access for emergency services, transit, waste management, and delivery trucks and provide access to properties.
This 3 PDH online course is intended for civil, transportation engineers, roadway and neighborhood designers, as well as planners interested in gaining insight on developing efficient, safe, and functional communities.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Familiarizing with the general and design principles of community neighborhood developments
- Learning the basic concept of the community roadway system
- Familiarizing with links and notes
- Familiarizing with on-street parking designs
- Familiarizing with pedestrian crossing designs
- Gaining a basic understanding of access management, one-way streets, and intersections
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