The next “Complete Streets 201: Designing Your Streets for People” training will be held on Feb. 6 at 200 Park St. in West Springfield.

The training will provide an in-depth technical review of various Complete Streets design elements. It will cover the benefits of Complete Streets; design guidance for people walking, biking, and taking transit; methods to balance roadway users and apply flexibility; Complete Street Funding Program requirements; and best practices for public engagement.

There will be a site visit (weather permitting) and design exercise. (Hard hats and safety vests will be provided by Baystate Roads.)

The training is appropriate for those who need to fulfill the program’s municipal staff training requirement, as well as those who just want to brush up on how the program works.

Space is limited for the free full-day training, and advanced registration is required.

For those looking to dive deeper into the topic, a free “Complete Streets 306: Public Engagement” session will be held on Feb. 7, 8:30 a.m. to noon, at the UMass Transportation Center Aviation and Research Training Center at 27 Lonczak St. in Chicopee.

Scheduling for additional advanced courses is coming soon. The 300-level courses do not count toward the program’s training requirement.

Visit the UMass Transportation Center website for the complete training schedule and details.

A Complete Street is one that provides safe and accessible options for all travel modes — walking, biking, transit and vehicles — for people of all ages and abilities. Visit the Massachusetts Department of Transportation website for information about the Complete Streets Funding Program.