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Planning & Engineering for Walking & Bicycling in Traffic
Location: McMahon Group (1445 McMahon Drive, Neenah)
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Planning & Engineering for Walking & Bicycling in Traffic is a one-day course designed to give planners and engineers the specialized training they need to plan, design, build and maintain both on and off-road facilities for pedestrians and bicyclists. This course is based on the highly successful, Planning & Engineering for Bicycling in Traffic course, which was originally developed by Peter Flucke, President of WE BIKE, etc., LLC for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and taught to WisDOT, as well as private, planners and engineers throughout the State of Wisconsin.
There is no cost to register but this course is limited to the first 50 registrants. Fill out the form to register:
The East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission is pleased to announce the 2015 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Annual Performance Report has been completed for the East Central Wisconsin Economic Development District (EDD). The Commission has served as the designated EDD for its ten county region since 1984, as authorized by the US Department ofContinue Reading
East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC) along with local jurisdictions, Wisconsin Department of Transportation and other organizations are currently conducting a transportation corridor study on the County Highway CA/State Highway 125/College Avenue Corridor (as known as the College Avenue Corridor) from Appleton International Airport to State Highway 47/Memorial Drive, a 4.5 mile corridor. TheContinue Reading
East Central receives APA-WI Chapter Award for Appleton (Fox Cities) TMA and Oshkosh MPO Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Planning process that developed a Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Network and Programs East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC) received an Innovations in Planning Award from the American Planning Association (APA) WI Chapter on October 13th, 2015Continue Reading
CORRIDORS! What YOU Need to Know to Make Your Region Succeed Please attend this informative session on the concept of planning for – and leveraging – transportation “corridors” which exist throughout the East Central Region. Whether your community lies on a major Interstate or on a smaller State Trunk Highway, come hear ideas about leveraging theirContinue Reading
This document outlines the work efforts of the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission for the next year. The document also includes the transportation planning studies that will be undertaken in the East Central Region by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, local communities, or consultants to them. The Annual Work Program provides the basis forContinue Reading
Located on the east side of New Holstein, this 14 acre park long served as a sledding hill. Set on the summit of “Honeymoon Hill”, this park offers magnificent views of the rolling farmlands east of New Holstein. In 1995 the local Optimist Club assisted the city to further develop the park by building aContinue Reading
The East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC) is pleased to announce that our Draft 2015 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Annual Performance Report has been completed. The Draft 2015 CEDS Annual Performance Report contains updated demographic and economic data as well as an updated regional project inventory list. The full draft document is foundContinue Reading
You’re invited to the fall 2015 LMS Membership meeting on Tuesday, October 6, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The meeting is being co-hosted by the Fox River Environmental Education Alliance (FREEA) and will be held at the FREEA facility located on the banks of the Fox River in Appleton, Wisconsin. The focus of thisContinue Reading
In May of 2015, the City of Waupaca Common Council adopted the City of Waupaca Downtown Vision Plan crafted with the assistance of East Central which outlines major concepts for the future development and re-development of the downtown environs, including the upcoming planned re-construction of Main Street. ECWRPC staff initiated this process in February 2014Continue Reading