Integration of pedestrian and bicycle planning into transportation planning is essential in creating a sustainable urban system. Pedestrian and bicycle transportation are influenced by micro-scale elements of the built environment, such as sidewalks, bicycle lanes, traffic speeds, and roadway crossings, as well as by macro-scale characteristics, such as community-wide pathway systems and regional land use and street grid patterns. As a result, addressing walking and bicycling issues requires the bridging of many disciplines, including urban planning/design, civil engineering, and others. This course brings experiences from professionals in many fields (both public and private) and researchers at the local and national level into the classroom to provide diverse perspectives on effective ped/bike planning strategies.