Mobile Workshops

Pre-Conference Workshops

Post-Conference Workshops
A Solution to Climate Change


Schedule/Program | How to Register | Hotel | Getting There | City/Bike Guide | Sponsors

Presentation/Topics Listing  

September 5

Friday, September 5, 2008

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Period Eight:

  • #65. Active Travel and the Environment (Fifth Avenue)
    Panel – Anne Vernez Moudon, Director, Urban Form Lab in the College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Washington
    Dr. Glen Duncan, Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology, Nutritional Sciences Program, University of Washington
    Phil Hurvitz, GIS Specialist and doctoral candidate, Urban Design and Planning, University of Washington
    Dr. Brian Saelens, Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics and Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University o Washington

  • #66. Designing Facilities for Bicyclists (Cascade II)
    Innovative Bicycle Facility Design in NYC: Thinking (and Building) Outside the MUTCD/AASHTO Box, Joshua Benson, Director of the Bicycle Program for the New York City DOT
    Separated, European-Style Bikeways in the US? Moving the “Great Debate: Forward, Michael Sallaberry is a registered traffic engineer in San Francisco, California; Matthew Ridgway is a Principal with Fehr & Peers

  • #67. Bicycling Advocacy (Elliott Bay)
    Building Bicycle Power Through Grassroots Organizing, Patrick McGrath, Advocacy Organizer; David Hiller, Advocacy Director, Cascade Bicycle Club, Seattle, Washington
    Grassroots Advocacy In the Suburbs, Pamela Brookstein, Director, Chicagoland Bicycle Federation’s West Suburban Program

  • #68. Sidewalk Networks (Grand Crescent)
    Cracks In the Sidewalk,Peter Bilton, Project Manager, AlanM. Voorhees Transportation Center; Charles Carmalt is an independent transportation planning consultant; Paula Reeves, Manager, Community Design Assistance Branch, Washington State DOT; Vivian Coleman, Program Manager for the City of Charlotte DOT, Charlotte, North Carolina
    ADA Sidewalk Transition Plans: A San Jose Case Study, John Brazil, Bicyclist & Pedestrian Program Coordinator, City of San José, California

  • #69. Designing Intermodal Transit Facilities (Vashon I & II)
    Beyond The Bike Rack: True Intermodal Connections, Seleta Reynolds, Associate with the Seattle, Washington office of Fehr & Peers
    Transit Programs in Support of Walking & Cycling,
    Jerry Dombowsky, Transportation Demand Supervisor, City of Kelowna, British Columbia
    Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities in Transit Oriented Development, David Kuperman, Transportation Planner, California DOT (Caltrans)

  • #70. Safe Routes to School (St. Helens)
    Rural and Small Community Safe Routes to School, Ellen Pillsbury, Planner with Arrowhead Regional Development Commission Duluth, Minnesota
    Safe Routes to School Data: Numbers In, Insight Out,
    Austin Brown, Program Specialist, National Center for Safe Routes to School
    Building A County-Wide SRTS Plan
    , Matt Lasky, Senior Planner, Alta Planning + Design

  • #71. Where Are The Sidewalks: An Inventory of Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities in Small and Medium-SizedCities Using GPS and GIS Tools (Cascade IA)
    Chris Lukasina, Senior Transportation Planner, The Louis Berger Group, Inc.

  • #72. The Common Language of the Broken Bone: Effectively Using Public Health to Inform Design Processes and Bolster Advocacy Positions (Cascade IB)
    Panel – Brice Maryman, Landscape and Urban Designer, SvR Design Company, Seattle, Washington
    Rebecca Deehr, Feet First, Seattle, Washington
    Barbara Wright , Deputy Director, Environmental Health Division, Public Health, Seattle & King County

  • #73. Cycling Down Under: Encouragement Programs From Australia (Cascade IC)
    Ride 2 School – A Behaviour Change Program, Ted Wilson, Barwon Regional Bicycle Council, Geelong,  Australia
    Connecting Community Groups with Cycling, Maree Burn, Barwon Regional Bicycle Council, Geelong, Australia

9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
Poster Session 2 & Refreshment Break

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

Period Nine:

  • #74. Statewide Safe Routes to School Programs (Fifth Avenue)
    The Center for SRTS In Washington State, David Janis, Safe Routes to School Program Manager, Bicycle Alliance of Washington; Jen Cole, Safe Routes to School Program Director, and Ellie Taylor, Safe Routes to School Community Organizer, Feet First, Seattle, Washington

  • #75. Promoting Programs in Rural Communities (Cascade II)
    Bicycle Programs in Rural Counties: What Works, Ellen Barton, Bicycle Transportation Projects Manager, Whatcom Council of Governments, Bellingham, Washington
    Building Active Rural Communities,
    Sue Shikaze, Health Promoter, HKPR District Health Unit, Haliburton, Ontario; Kate Hall, Coordinator, Active Transportation Planning project, Haliburton County, Ontario

  • #76. A Level Playing Field At Last: Equal Footing for Bicyclists and Pedestrians in the Highway Capacity Manual (Elliott Bay)
    Panel –
    Bruce Landis, Principal, Sprinkle Consulting, Inc.
    Martin Guttenplan, Coordinator, Growth Management and Level of Service Process, Florida DOT

    AICP: Attend this course and receive 1.5 AICP credit hours. More info...
  • #77. Creating The Master Plan (Grand Crescent)
    Beyond The Bike Plan: Creating a Comprehensive Transportation Master Plan, Reed Kempton, Senior Transportation Planner, City of Scottsdale, Arizona
    Pedestrian Master Planning In Washington, DC
    , George Branyan, Pedestrian Program Coordinator, District of Columbia DOT

  • #78. Signage that Points the Way (Vashon I & II)
    Finding The Way: Lessons From Seattle on How to Develop A Bicycle Route Sign System, Virginia Coffman, Associate Planner, Seattle Pedestrian and Bicycle Program
    Communicating the Yin and Yang of Transit/Pedestrian Infrastructure
    , John Nicholson, Associate Professor, Dept. of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, Utah State University, Logan, Utah
    AICP: Attend this course and receive 1.5 AICP credit hours. More info...
  • #79. Complete Streets Road Design: Audits for Bicycle & Pedestrians (St. Helens)
    Panel – Ed Barsotti, Executive Director, League of Illinois Bicyclists
    Marc Schlossberg, Associate Professor, Dept, of Planning, Public Policy and Management, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

  • #80. Bike/Ped Planning In New Zealand, the Middle East, and South Korea(Cascade IA)
    It's Not About the Bike (or Path): New Approaches to Providing for Walking and Cycling, Glen Koorey, University of Canterbury, Dept. of Civil & Natural Resources Engineering, Christchurch, New Zealand
    Sand, Skyscrapers and Spokes: Emerging Bicycle Planning in the Middle East, Brett Hondorp, Principal, Alta Planning + Design in Berkeley, California,
    The Effect of Providing Bicycle Paths on Bicycle Commuting; A Seoul Perspective, Yong-Jin Kim, Graduate Studies in Urban Design, Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

  • #81. Comparing Small Area and Regional Scale Plans (Cascade IB)
    Pedestrian Access and Mobility as a Lens for Developing Small Area Plans, Dan Goodman, Transportation Planner, Toole Design Group
    Walking & Biking The Busiest Roads Around Atlanta: A Bike/Ped Plan That Establishes Nonmotorized Transportation Among Regional-Scale Priorities, Regan Hammond, Principal Planner, Transportation Planning Division, Atlanta Regional Commission; Christopher Fellerhoff, Designer and Planner, Sprinkle Consulting

12:00 Noon
Closing Plenary
Sharon Roerty, Executive Director, National Center for Bicycling & Walking (NCBW) Bill Wilkinson, Senior Advisor, NCBW Congressman James Oberstar, D-Minn., Chairman of the U.S. House of Representative’s Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Announcement of the location for the 2010 Pro Walk/Pro Bike Conference, Lori D. Dodd, Director of National Accounts, Chattanooga Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

1:30 PM
Conference adjourns

top of page

September 5


©2008 | National Center for Bicycling and Walking (NCBW). All Rights Reserved.