For many students and families, a lack of sidewalks and pedestrian-friendly crossings are what stands in the way of walking to school. Infrastructure improvements can make a powerful difference in safety and overall appeal for walking, but construction projects can be expensive and can take a long time from funding to design, permitting, and completion.
Temporary infrastructure improvements can bridge the gap from identified need to completed construction, can encourage communities to prioritize projects, or, in some cases, can even serve as a long-term substitute to an infrastructure project.
In this webinar, Joan Horton and Jeanne Marsala will relate how they used temporary engineering solutions to create positive change in their communities. Join us on Thursday, June 27, for these success stories and tips for trying temporary engineering solutions in your community.