Register now for the ATRC 12/14 Webinar on Demonstrating Project Value for ATP funded projects

November 29, 2022

 Synergy 2022 Teleconference Series"

On December 14, the Active Transportation Resource Center (ATRC) will host the final installment of their On the Move Synergy series “Demonstrating Project Value: ATRC Evaluation Assistance and Multiple Perspectives on Gauging Project Success.” Do not miss this opportunity to connect with staff and other awardees to learn from each other and improve your project’s success!

Most grant programs necessitate project evaluation as part of their guidelines and awardees showcasing a project’s success often aids future funding for their projects. Knowing that the evaluation of project outcomes and Active Transportation Program (ATP) investments is an art and science itself, ATRC is launching this webinar to help awardees through the process. The webinar will provide those who attend with the opportunity to hear about potential ATP evaluation technical assistance and hear from panelists familiar with ATP program on how to best demonstrate and communicate the value of their projects. Attendees will also be able to ask the panelists and the ATRC team any questions they have about the process. If you have questions ahead of the webinar, you can contact the team at

Panelists for the event include:

  • Tracy McMillan, Nelson/Nygaard
  • Keith Williams, Shasta Regional Transportation Agency
  • Jeanne LePage and Juan Castillo, Ecology Action

Register for the event today!

**UPDATE: Please note that as of December 1, 2022, the upcoming ATRC On the Move teleconference has been postponed. Stay tuned for future announcements from the ATRC regarding the On the Move 2023 Webinar and Teleconference Series. 

On the Move Synergy 2022

ATRC launched their On the Move Synergy 2022 Teleconference series earlier this year to offer non-infrastructure ATP awardees a dedicated space where they could hear program updates and gain guidance, best practices, and resources from ATP staff members. The series also provided the opportunity for staff and awardees to share their ideas and challenges with fellow funded programs. 

If you missed the previous teleconference, you can watch the recording and access resources on the ATRC website

About ATRC

The ATRC is funded by an Active Transportation program grant by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). The ATRC utilizes a combination of subject matter experts from state agencies, universities, and consultants to provide active transportation training, tools, and technical assistance that support the ATP. The ATRC provides resources for infrastructure and non-infrastructure ATP project types.