ITE Canada is presenting a new workshop specifically focused on accessibility.
This training course will provide transportation practitioners with a comprehensive understanding of accessibility in transportation and relevant standards, guidelines, and best practices as they currently exist. Insights will be provided on how to integrate them into transportation system planning, design, and operation.
Led by transportation and accessibility experts from True North Safety Group and Left Turn Right Turn, this training will offer insights relevant to a wide range of transportation professionals in their day-to-day practice to promote inclusive, user-friendly transportation systems including road designers, transit operators, traffic engineers, transportation planners, and others.
Participants in this virtual workshop, split over two half days, will delve into inclusive design principles and the diverse requirements and unique challenges faced by individuals. They will also learn about and apply, through group exercises, accessibility standards and guidelines and best practices for specific facility types including transit stops, on-street parking, controlled pedestrian crossings, and separated bicycle facilities.
Click here for the full workshop description, learning outcomes, and trainer biographies.
Two half-day virtual sessions
Tuesday, December 5 and Wednesday, December 6, 2023
Time (both days)
11 am to 3 pm (Eastern Time) /
8 am to 12 pm (Pacific Time)
ITE Member: $250
Non-ITE Member: $290
ITE Canada’s training program is overseen by the Training Committee, a committed group of volunteer transportation professionals who coordinate the development and delivery of courses and workshops:
- Ian Roth (Chair)
- Adam St. Amant (Vice-Chair)
- Marcia Eng
- Karin Huang