This webcast describes how to establish a network of regional trails and greenways to connect cities, centers, parks, natural areas, and neighborhoods in your area.
About the Presenter
Carl Kincaid is currently principal-in-charge of several institutional and municipal planning and design projects at Rundell Ernstberger Associates, LLC. His extensive public works experience includes the design and management of projects funded by the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT). He has also prepared site layout, signage, and landscape plans for several of REA’s trail projects. He is currently project manager in charge of coordination with consultants and production of construction documents for the urban multi-modal Cultural Trail in downtown Indianapolis. He has been responsible for work on the Plainfield Greenways system and Fall Creek Greenway in Indianapolis. Mr. Kincaid is also the principal-in-charge for the award-winning RiverWalk Master Plan in Noblesville, Indiana. As part of this project, a trail along the White River will connect the historic downtown to the city’s oldest park and provide public gathering spaces that focus on the riverfront.
The previously aired webcast was conducted through online conferencing software and captured for future viewing. This webcast includes a digital recording of the presentation as well as a digital copy of the presentation slides. To be awarded an electronic certificate of completion for attending or viewing this webcast, you must successfully complete the assessment.
Be able to:
- Define continuum of trails.
- List the types of amenities trails can link.
- List the benefits of linking trails and amenities.
- Explain the planning process for linking trails and amenities.
Aired: 22 June 2011