conference seems to have an ever-broader mix of presenters
and delegates," said MacFadden. "There was the
tried-and-true audience comprised of bicycle and pedestrian
advocates, transportation agency staff members, and consultants.
But I also spoke with many first-time delegates representing
public health, small-town leadership, and neighborhood advocates.
It was a great demonstration of 'making connections.'"
We invite you to look through various presentation
materials that were submitted by conference presenters.
The presentations we've received are listed by workshop
number; if the workshop number is missing, we didn't receive
the presentation materials.
If you weren't able to attend the conference,
you can download a copy
of the program booklet to see the breadth of
knowledge represented. And, of course, get ready for Seattle
in 2008, when we'll break tradition and return the conference
to a city after 20 years to see what's occurred in the interim.