Assessing the need for and design of Pedestrian/Cycle Crossings (Introduction to)

Cost:   TBC
Duration:  1 day
Date:  TBA
Times:  9.00 am - 4.30pm 
Location:  Coventry or London


A one-day course providing delegates with an introduction to the issues involved in assessing the need for Pedestrian/Cycle Crossings and their design. This course is aimed at road safety, traffic management and development control professionals seeking to learn or improve their skills in the design of traffic signals and pedestrian/cycle crossings. The course consists of informal short lectures, practical workshops and discussion sessions, case studies and examples.

Aims and Objectives

The aim of the course is to assist delegates to understand the issues involved in assessing the need for designing and constructing pedestrian / cycle crossings, traffic signal junctions and improvements to signal junctions.  

The course provide delegates with the knowledge, skills and understanding to carry out their professional roles and provides the opportunity for delegates to network and consider the advantages and dis-advantages of different forms of junction.  It also provides advice to delegates on their own projects and improve their design and implementation skills.

Topics covered

  • Assessing the need for crossings
  • Design of pedestrian and cycle crossings
  • Pedestrian Crossing Workshop 1
  • Pedestrian crossing workshop 2


Delegates completing this course will receive a CPD certificate of attendance, recognised by both the IHE and CIHT. 

How to book

Unfortunately we don't have another date scheduled for this course, at the moment.  If you wish to register your interest, please contact us using the button below.  We will let you know once the next date has been arranged.  Alternatively if we receive enough interest before then, we will schedule a course accordingly.

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