Complete Streets

Toole Design Group (TDG) staff Peter Lagerwey and Carol Kachadoorian are among the 25 experts selected by the National Complete Streets Coalition to deliver their Complete Streets Workshop. Our staff are available to teach the National Complete Streets Workshops, including Laying the Foundation for Complete Streets, Complete Streets Policy Development, and Complete Streets Policy Implementation, and Complete Streets Design Considerations. Sean Co, our California Marketing Lead is an official Complete Streets trainer for Caltrans.

For more information contact the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Safe Routes to School

TDG has partnered with the National Center for Safe Routes to School (NCSRTS) to develop and offer this course throughout the U.S. We have multiple trainers on staff, and have also conducted train-the-trainer workshops for the NCSRTS. The course can be taught as a half-day or full-day workshop, and includes a walkabout to observe conditions around a school.

For more information contact the National Center for Safe Routes to School.

NACTO

The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) offers several training courses and workshops based on their Urban Street Design Guide and Urban Bikeway Design Guide. They use certified trainers to deliver courses in communities that are not members of NACTO. TDG staff Bill Schultheiss, Jeremy Chrzan, Nick Jackson, and Rob Burchfield are among the 19 certified trainers.

For more information contact NACTO.

Federal Highway Administration

TDG staff have developed and deliver several courses offered by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) through the Pedestrian Bicycle Information Center (PBIC).

Pedestrian Safety Action Plans

TDG participates in trainings offered through the PBIC. Targeted at reducing crashes involving pedestrians, the one- and two-day workshops include Developing a Pedestrian Safety Action Plan, Designing for Pedestrian Safety, and Planning and Design for Pedestrian Safety.

Creating Livable Communities through Public Involvement

This one-day course is designed to help government sponsored boards and commissions, advocacy, business and neighborhood-based groups and individuals work collaboratively to create livable communities through public involvement.

Designing for Bike Safety (Under development, expected late 2016)

For more information contact PBIC.