PIBC South Coast Chapter Resource Page

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Welcome to the PIBC South Coast Chapter Resource Page!

Here you will find the presentations, documents and links related to PIBC South Coast Chapter events.

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April 21st 2016
New Street Standards for Town Centres

New StresetPIBC South Coast Chapter hosted a panel discussion on New Street Standards for Town Centres, featuring the Cities of Surrey and Burnaby, among others.

Panelists highlighted some of the most recent work done on streetscapes, complete streets and public spaces. Participants leanrt how planners can (and need to!) work collaboratively with other disciplines and departments (including engineering, parks, transportation, operations, utilities) to realize great complete streets, and the trade-offs between encountered in balancing urban design, active transportation, injury reduction and utility servicing objectives.

Please Click Here to see the presentation by City of Burnaby's Stu Ramsey and Ian Wasson
Please Click Here to see the presentation by City of Surrey's Mary Beth Rondeau
Please Click Here to see the presentation by City of Surrey's Don Buchanon
Please Click Here to see the presentation by City of North Vancouver's Adolfo Majano
Please Click Here to see the presentation by City of North Vancouver's Alex Kurnicki

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February 25th 2016
The  PIEVC Protocol Session: Informing Collaborative Planning and Engineering Decision Making

The PIEVC Workshop on February 25, 2016 was structured to encourage and enable engineers and planners to work together to collaboratively apply and explore the various steps of the PIEVC Protocol through the use of real life case studies in BC.

Engineers Canada logoThe PIEVC Protocol, a tool built by Engineers Canada, has been very successful in allowing rigorous climate vulnerability risk assessments to be carried out to a wide variety of built infrastructure.

Upon completion of this workshop, participants should have gained an increased understanding of historical climate trends and methods for climate projection as these pertain to infrastructure, have a basic understanding of risk assessment as applied to infrastructure response to changing climate, have hands-on experience with the application of climate change risk assessment for select infrastructure examples, in addition to recognizing the benefits of a multi-disciplinary and multi-stakeholder team to address the impacts and complexities of climate change on infrastructure.

Please Click Here to see the Workshop Agenda

Please Click Here to see a copy of the draft group exercise

Please see our article in Planning West (Spring 2016) on our lessons learned from this PIEVC Protocol Session

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January 28, 2016
Complete Streets Forum with the BC Cycling Coalition

This joint PIBC South Coast Chapter and BC Cycling Coalition event brought together planners, active transportation professionals, and grassroots community advocates at a Complete Streets Forum. The forum engaged in solutions–oriented dialogue, building on the professional planning community’s capacity and expertise in fostering complete streets.

Click here to view the BC Cycling Coalition presentation (PDF)

Click here to view the City of North Vancouver presentation (PDF)

 

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