Mobile Workshops

Pre-Conference Workshops

Post-Conference Workshops
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Two poster sessions will be held on Thursday, September 4 in the Grand Ballroom I, II & III during the breaks between Periods 4 & 5 and between Periods 6 & 7. You are also invited to view the poster boards from 12:00 noon until 1:30 p.m.

Poster Session One: Thursday, September 4, 9:30 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
Poster Session Two: Thursday, September 4, 3:15 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Tracy Bade Multidiscipline Approach to Active Living: City and County Collaboration
Kristin Bennett Colorado Springs Bicycle Excise Tax at 20
Elizabeth Bennett Strengthening Your Program through Hospital Partnerships
Susan Bookspan Kids Rock Stars Fitness/Nutrition Program
Kevin Chang School Zone Safety: An Examination of Current Signage Practices
Brady Clark The Speed Vest: Gaining Respect on the Roadways
Mary Debacker Improving Pedestrian Safety in Chicago
Reed Dunbar The SRTS Audit Tool: Friend or Foe?
Joe Fish Pedestrian Level of Service
Ann Freiwald Traffic Fatalities and Debt to Society: Who Pays More?
Sarah Gaskell The Wisconsin Community Based Model for SRTS Plans
Roger Geller Please Remove My Car Parking: Expanding On-Street Bicycle Parking
David Godfrey Increasing Pedestrian Flag Usage with Social Marketing
Natalie Gulsrud Making Bikes a Central Component of Any Employer’s Business Plan
Tony Hull What We Say and What We Mean
Michael Jones National Bicycle/Pedestrian Documentation Project
Heidi Kandathil Snohomish County Healthy Communities Project
Michael King Four Steps to Better Crossings
Mike Kittmer City of Kelowna Rails with Trails Project
Nico Larco
Transportation & Livability at the University of Oregon
Adran Leung Aggregating Individual Bicycle Routing Knowledge
John Madera Bicycle Surveys: Who’s Biking, Why, How Did We Find Out, and Why Ask?
Amy Manchester Harris It’s About Us…Collaborating for our Healthier Communities
Janis McDonald Getting More Women on Bikes
Bill Moll Northwest Georgia Regional Bike Network
Dennis Neuzil A Regional-Class Bike Route Network for Central Puget Sound
Jamie Parks Pedestrian and Bicycle Level of Service –The 2010 Highway Capacity Manual
Jennifer Reuer Walkaround: A Unique Trail Usage/Expansion Program in Clark County, Washington
Christo Brehm Evaluating Complete Streets and Safe Routes to School with Mobile GIS
Robert Schneider International Pedestrian/Bicyclist Safety: Understanding the Magnitude of the Problem and Identifying Critical Data Needs
Robert Schneider Development of Simple Pedestrian Volume Modeling Tool in Alameda County, CA
Ginny Sullivan US Bicycle Route System – A National Corridor Plan on Display
Libby Thomas Identifying and Prioritizing Unsafe Locations for Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Improvements
Laura Timothy BART Bicycle Ramp: Design, Test, Input, Build
Linda Tracy Tipping Points – APBP’s Tools of the Trade
Shawn Turner Walk, Bike, and be Counted: Automated Bike and Pedestrian Sensors/Counters
Nicole Warren Greensboro’s Bicentennial Greenway: Maximiziing a Public/Private Partnership
Charles Weeth The Major Obstacle to Increasing Walking and Biking as the Dominant Transit Choice: Free Parking for Single Occupant Vehicles (SOVs)
Charles Weeth The Importance of the Highway Planning Process for Pedestrian & Bicycle Advocates
Mighk Wilson The Impact of Medias, Lighting, and Bike Lanes On Pedestrian and Bicycle Crashes

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