Pro Walk/Pro Bike 2008 Presentations  

Wednesday
September 3

Friday,
September 5

Wednesday, September 3, 2008
10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Period One:

  • #1. Sidepaths, Trails and Trail Crossings (Fifth Avenue)
  • #9. Documenting Best Practices In Creating Active/Healthy Communities: Enlisting Public Health Organizations (Cascade IC)

1:45 PM - 3:15 PM
Period Two:

  • #10. Adopting and Enacting Complete Streets Policies (Fifth Avenue)

  • #11. The Non-motorized Pilot Program: Walk, Bike & Benefit (Cascade II)

  • #12. Locally Grown: Planning A SRTS Program That Fits Your Community (Elliott Bay)

  • #13. Designing for Bicyclists and Pedestrians (Grand Crescent)
    Designing Cities in Europe for Bicycles: An Engineering Perspective
    Tom Bertulis (4.7MB - PowerPoint Presentation)

  • #14. Bicycle Parking: Best Practices (see related mobile workshop in Period 3) (Vashon I & II)
  • #15. Active Community Environments: Planners, Transportation and Public Health Working Together…My Oh My!  (St. Helens)

  • #16. Maps and Community Engaged Mapping (Cascade IA)
    The Neighborhoods on Foot Map Series
    Seth Schromen-Wawrin (13.6MB PowerPoint Presentation)

  • #17. Making Streets Safer (Cascade IB)

  • #18. Fringe Urbansm (Cascade IC)

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Period Three:

  • #19. What’s New In the Upcoming Edition of the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities? (Fifth Avenue)

  • #20. Can Green Streets Be Complete Streets Too? (Cascade II)

  • #21. Trail Building (Elliott Bay)

  • #22. Encouraging Corporate Cycling Programs (Grand Crescent)
    Healthy Commute Choices at Chicago Public Schools
    Suzanne Carlson (388Kb PDF Format)

  • #23. Bikes and Transit: Why and How (Vashon I & II)
    Bikes and Transit: Why and How
    Michelle Poyourow, Jessica Roberts and Carolyn Young (575Kb PDF Format)

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Wednesday
September 3

Friday,
September 5

 


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