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#495 Wednesday, September 4, 2019

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CenterLines is the biweekly e-newsletter of the National Center for Bicycling & Walking, a program of Project for Public Spaces. CenterLines is our way of quickly delivering news and information you can use to create more walkable and bicycle-friendly communities.

T-H-E--N-A-T-I-O-N-A-L-&-I-N-T-E-R-N-A-T-I-O-N-A-L--S-C-E-N-E
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----- Google Maps Adds Multimodal Trip Planning
----- One Thing We Can Do: Drive Less
----- Australian State to Build $4M in New Ped & Bike Infrastructure
----- E-bikes Now Allowed in US National Parks
----- Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Ped & Cyclist Conflicts
----- Utrecht, The Netherlands 2009 and 2019
----- Transport System Biases Against Women
----- Gender Bias in Snow Plowing Policy
----- Toronto, Canada Vision Zero 2.0 Goal: No Deaths, Serious Injuries
----- Montreal, Canada New Police Equipment Enforces Passing Law
----- Cyclists & E-Scooters Clash on Europe's Streets
----- Vancouver, Canada Journalists Investigate Sidewalks
----- Growth of Food Delivery Cargo E-Bike Use in US Cities
----- Walking & Biking to School
----- European Cardiologists: Air Pollution Warning
----- September 20 is PARK(ing) Day

R-E-G-I-O-N-A-L and L-O-C-A-L--A-C-T-I-O-N-S
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----- RI DOT Shifts $37M From Ped & Bike to Road & Bridge Projects
----- Washington, DC: Advocates Call for 20 Mi of Protected Bike Lanes by 2020
----- Cambridge, MA: Advocates' Vision Zero Report Card
----- Smart Cities Challenge for Cities & Counties Deadline October 18
----- Muscoy, CA: Environmental Justice & Safe Routes to School
----- VT's Local Motion Pop-Up Demonstration Trailer
----- Three Walk Friendly Communities Recognized
----- New Orleans, LA Neighbors Furnish Pothole, List it on Airbnb

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----- Bike Safety Academics Question Protected-Cycleways-Are-Risky Study
----- Women's Perceptions of Cycling in San Francisco, CA
----- Bike Skills Training Impact on Increasing Biking & Confidence
----- Measures to Improve Compliance w/ Crosswalk Law
----- Planning and Design of Micro-Mobility Networks

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----- Safe Systems for Safer Streets Program
----- ASLA Guide to Universal Design
----- New Book Examines 50-Yr History of Bike Share
----- 529 Garage Bike Registry Fights Bike Theft
----- Walking, Biking, & Safe Routes to School ROI

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THE NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL SCENE

GOOGLE MAPS ADDS MULTIMODAL TRIP PLANNING
-> Smart Cities Dive reported Google Maps launched a new multimodal trip-planning feature that incorporates bicycling, ride-hailing and transit options into one trip. Users enter a destination, tap "directions" and then tap the transit tab. (http://bit.ly/2ZGEzqI) The app will display routes that include cycling and ride-hailing as first- and last-mile options along with transit directions. It will display details for each leg of the trip including ride cost, wait times, potential traffic and transit departure times. The ride-hailing feature will be available throughout the US, and the cycling feature initially will roll out in 10 cities. At this point shared scooter information is not included, but may be added later. http://bit.ly/2ZKiDuw

ONE THING WE CAN DO: DRIVE LESS
-> The New York Times reported that even driving just 10% less - if everyone did it - would have a big impact on greenhouse gas emissions. That's because Americans drive trillions of miles every year, helping to make transportation the biggest contributor to United States greenhouse gas emissions. A 10% cut, therefore, would be roughly 110 million metric tons of carbon dioxide, or the same as taking about 28 coal-fired power plants offline for a year. To achieve such a reduction, every American driver would, on average, have to cut about 1,350 miles per year. https://nyti.ms/2LiwtAr

AUSTRALIAN STATE TO BUILD $4M IN NEW PED & BIKE INFRASTRUCTURE
-> SmartCitiesWorld reported in Australia the state of New South Wales (NSW) announced it is funding the construction of 4 new cycleways in Sydney as part of a $600m ($407m USD) project in pedestrian and cycling infrastructure across the state. The project will connect existing cycleways to create continuous, safe and separated routes to help people of all ages and riding abilities get in and out of the city centre. Construction on the proposed new separated cycleways, bike crossing and shared path connections is scheduled to begin this financial year. Daily bike trips across the city of Sydney increased by 145% between March 2010 and March 2019. At more than 20 sites, bike trips have tripled since independent counts began - with growth highest on the separated bike links. http://bit.ly/2LeEExG

E-BIKES NOW ALLOWED IN US NATIONAL PARKS
-> Engadget reported E-bikes are now allowed in US National Parks. There are concerns they could be unsafe and harmful to the parks. The National Park Service has expanded the use of e-bikes to allow pedal assist models on the same roads and trails as conventional bicycles so long as they cut off assistance at 28MPH. Officials contend that the policy shift could make parks more accessible and "mitigate" environmental damage while ensuring uses similar to traditional bikes. https://engt.co/2ZQgayJ

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS: PED & CYCLIST CONFLICTS
-> CityLab reported the City of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is trying to ease conflicts between those on bikes and on foot. An oncoming cyclist may barrel through a red light or crosswalk or suddenly swerve onto the sidewalk. Cyclists in Amsterdam often park their bikes haphazardly, cluttering street corners and blocking the passage of strollers, wheelchairs, and suitcase-bearing tourists. Efforts to educate cyclists or tame two-wheelers are met with opprobrium in anti-authoritarian Amsterdam, according to "street coaches" hired by the city to do so. The city's 5-year Bicycle Plan prioritizes both pedestrians and cyclists. It has commissioned a study into conflicts between pedestrians and cyclists that will be published this fall. http://bit.ly/2ZF3Gdq

UTRECHT, THE NETHERLANDS, 2009 AND 2019
-> A recent Bicycle Dutch blog contrasts video, still photos and descriptions of bicycling infrastructure in Utrecht, The Netherlands, 10 years ago with the same areas now. Check out how the city has since retired some motorways or placed them below grade, significantly widened narrow walkways, and cut down a lot of trees. http://bit.ly/2ZNC5qz

TRANSPORT SYSTEM BIASES AGAINST WOMEN
-> Streetsblog USA reported the book Invisible Women uncovers the way designing essentially everything with the default user being an average-size man puts women at risk. (https://amzn.to/2ZMAZLq). The world we live in is designed by men - for men. This article compiles a long list of examples of how gender bias plays out in transportation and city building. These include female crash test dummies not used until 2011, lack of protected bike infrastructure, too much focus on commuting, buses not accommodating strollers, and societal norms and real fears against walking at night, among other biases. http://bit.ly/2ZMAIYU

GENDER BIAS IN SNOW PLOWING POLICY
-> 99% Invisible reported on a gender study about the unlikely subject of snow plowing patterns conducted in a small town in Sweden. The town's approach appeared logical and neutral enough: plow major roads first, particularly those leading into and out of town, followed by smaller local streets. Researchers discovered that men mainly commuted to and from work, and women drove all over to run errands and to take care of elderly family members. They also walked more, trudging across often-unplowed intersections, sometimes with kids in tow. Aside from health and safety, that labor, when tallied up, was found to be worth almost as much to the economy as paid work. The city council looked at the findings and reversed their approach, plowing side roads and sidewalks first. It had a huge impact, reducing the people admitted to emergency centers, women in particular, and had a corresponding economic impact from lower healthcare costs. Driving through a few inches of snow was less dangerous than walking through it, particularly if one has a baby carriage as well. http://bit.ly/2ZHeK9W

TORONTO, CANADA, VISION ZERO 2.0 GOAL: NO DEATHS, SERIOUS INJURIES
-> A recent Price Tags blog reported the residents of Toronto, Canada, have protested against road violence and demanded change in making their city streets and places safer for vulnerable road users. The City of Toronto originally implemented a 2016 Vision Zero plan that did not aim at the complete reduction of road deaths and serious injuries, but rather a percentage of fewer fatalities. In a June 2019 reboot of Vision Zero called "2.0"-Road Safety Update (http://bit.ly/2Ljfw9i) Toronto's Engineering Staff got serious about the safe systems approach, with Council adopting a speed management strategy, road design improvements, and an education and engagement plan. As well, two pedestrian death traps were identified for special attention: mid-block crossings (responsible for 50 percent of pedestrian deaths); and vehicles turning through crosswalks (causing 25 percent of deaths). The City also directly stated that their goal was now no deaths or serious injuries on the road, which is the true Vision Zero approach. http://bit.ly/2Lk2Q1R

MONTREAL, CANADA, NEW POLICE EQUIPMENT ENFORCES PASSING LAW
-> CBC-News reported Montreal, Canada, police on bicycles are using new C3FT ultrasonic distance detectors to ensure motorists are leaving enough space as they pass cyclists. On roads with a speed limit of 50 km/h (31 mph) or less, drivers must leave at least one meter (just over three feet) between their car and a bicycle when passing. On roads with higher speed limits, drivers must give 1.5 meters (nearly five feet) of space. This applies even if the cyclist is in a separate bike lane. Drivers can be fined $313 (US$235), including fees, and receive two demerit points. http://bit.ly/2LeAvtJ

CYCLISTS & E-SCOOTERS CLASH ON EUROPE'S STREETS
-> Time reported the growth of e-scooter use has brought a slew of problems, including safety risks, parking, and impassable sidewalks. Many scooter users advocate for creating the kind of infrastructure - wide bike lanes, ample parking - found in cycling-friendly cities like Copenhagen and Amsterdam. But those cities are also learning, e-scooters and bikes don't necessarily play well together. Read how different cities in the US and Europe are responding to the growth of e-scooters. http://bit.ly/2ZM7tFM

VANCOUVER, CANADA, JOURNALISTS INVESTIGATE SIDEWALKS
-> Price Tags reported that 3 recent journalism school graduates investigated why sidewalks are the way they are in Vancouver, Canada, and what citizens can do about them. They found a lack of knowledge about recourse when it comes to injuries caused by sidewalks, infrastructure sorely neglected by the city, and a maintenance system that may not be adequately serving the public's needs, leading to questions about liability. http://bit.ly/2LhRJX9

GROWTH OF FOOD DELIVERY CARGO E-BIKE USE IN US CITIES
-> Forbes reported e-bikes are gaining traction on American streets, including for food delivery. Domino's Pizza is expanding its use of custom-made delivery e-bikes in select US cities. The bikes are designed with front and rear insulated soft-sided cargo areas, reflective materials for visibility, and have lights on the front and rear. Domino's points to many advantages to using the e-bikes. Not only does it make it simpler to carry bigger loads on bikes, it makes deliveries in hilly cities significantly easier and more time-efficient. This also allows Domino's to hire a wider range of prospective workers who might not have licenses to operate cars. http://bit.ly/2Lg2Rnh

[A large New York City courier and logistics company seeks full-time and part-time couriers who can handle cargo bikes, and e-bikes pulling trailers, for route work in Manhattan. One project involves leaving from a Midtown warehouse each evening between 5 and 8 pm with small bags organized by neighborhood. Another project involves doing small grocery deliveries. https://indeedhi.re/2ZJmxEh]

WALKING & BIKING TO SCHOOL
-> Next City reported the percentage of students walking or biking to school has decreased dramatically over time, from 42% in 1969 to only 10% in 2017. At an individual level, walking and biking can boost students' health, physical activity, and even their concentration in school. If more students walked or biked to school, there could also be meaningful benefits in terms of environmental health and student safety. The problem is that right now, too many families don't perceive walking or biking as safe, and unfriendly infrastructure in many communities does little to dissuade them. http://bit.ly/2ZMIS3B

EUROPEAN CARDIOLOGISTS: AIR POLLUTION WARNING
-> AirQualityNews.com reported for the first time, the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) has included in its guidelines the impact of air pollution on patients with chronic heart problems. Alongside several risk factors for heart disease, including poor diet, smoking and a lack of exercise, they say air pollution is now recognized to be one of the 10 leading risk factors for global mortality and exposure to pollutants increases the risk of heart attacks as well as hospitalization and death from heart failure or strokes. It says that patients with heart disease should avoid areas with heavy traffic congestion and may consider wearing a respirator face mask. http://bit.ly/2LlBxEt

SEPTEMBER 20 IS PARK(ING) DAY
-> PARK(ing) Day, held every third Friday in September, is a worldwide event where parking spots are transformed into temporary public parks. PARK(ing) Day, a worldwide movement to challenge and repurpose urban space by temporarily transforming metered parking spaces into public parks. The first PARK was erected in downtown San Francisco in October 2005. http://bit.ly/2ZMAK3d


REGIONAL AND LOCAL ACTIONS

RI DOT SHIFTS $37M FROM PED & BIKE TO ROAD & BRIDGE PROJECTS
-> NBC 10 News in Providence, RI, reported the State Planning Council approved, by an 18 to 1 vote, shifting $37 million in funding over the next 10 years from bike and pedestrian infrastructure projects to roads and bridges. As advocates objected, RI DOT said it will incorporate bike and ped projects into road and bridge projects, actually spending $80M more on ped and bike infrastructure. The one state rep who advocated against the funding shift says not keeping bike and ped spending separate means less accountability. http://bit.ly/2ZLPlMm

WASHINGTON, DC: ADVOCATES CALL FOR 20 MI OF PROTECTED BIKE LANES BY 2020
-> Via an email message, Katie Harris of the Washington (DC) Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) reported advocates in Washington, DC, lead by WABA, are calling for 20 miles of protected bike lanes by the end of 2020. Every one of these 20 miles are at some stage of study, planning, or design. See details at: http://bit.ly/2ZKubOF. Seven of the 13 DC councilmembers sent a letter to the director of the District Dept. of Transportation showing their support for the project.

CAMBRIDGE, MA: ADVOCATES VISION ZERO REPORT CARD
-> In tandem with the Vision Zero Coalition, the Boston Cyclists Union released a report card on progress in Cambridge, MA, toward eliminating fatal traffic crashes. (http://bit.ly/2LlHkd8) Cambridge has shown a commitment to achieving its ambitious goals, but its Vision Zero plan could use a refresh to reflect new projects, priorities, and timelines. (Good timing: Cambridge is now seeking public input on how to update its Vision Zero plan.) http://bit.ly/2LiDAZF

SMART CITIES CHALLENGE FOR CITIES & COUNTIES DEADLINE OCTOBER 18
-> Smart Cities Dive reported Parsons Corp. has partnered with Amazon Web Services, Verizon and CoMotion to launch its first Smart Cities Challenge, called Transforming Intersections. Cities and counties are asked to identify their smart city vision for mobility and safety, as well as intersection problems they'd like solved, including rush hour gridlock or pedestrian-vehicle crashes. This smart cities challenge is not intended for cities to identify just one intersection to improve, but rather an entire corridor or network of intersections where a solution will provide a widespread impact. http://bit.ly/2LhQ97J

The first step in the application process is to complete a short form, which will require approximately 30-60 minutes to complete.
Deadline: October 18, 2019 by midnight PT, http://bit.ly/2LezVfr

MUSCOY, CA: ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE & SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL
-> The Safe Routes Partnership released a case study that describes environmental justice and Safe Routes to School work in Muscoy, CA. This unincorporated area in San Bernardino County has a population that is 82% Latinx and predominantly low-income, as well as one of the worst air quality scores in CA. Through a combination of grassroots organizing, tactical urbanism events, technical assistance, and community workshops, local residents and advocates have built significant momentum and support among community members and decision makers for better walking conditions and Safe Routes to School. At the Intersection of Environmental Justice and Safe Routes to School in Muscoy, CA: http://bit.ly/2LfoZhv

VT'S LOCAL MOTION POP-UP DEMONSTRATION TRAILER
-> Vermont's Local Motion reported that this summer, their pop-up trailer traveled to 5 different communities giving partners a chance to try out temporary street improvements and envision how to make travel safer for those walking and biking. They have been at work all over the state, from the 3D crosswalk on display in the middle of the Barre Heritage Festival, to experimental advisory bike lanes along a well-traveled stretch of the Lake Champlain Bikeway in St. Albans, to the creation of a mini traffic safety town/traffic garden in Hinesburg. Their 12-foot trailer is filled with all of the supplies needed to run a successful pop-up demonstration project. It is available to borrow for traffic calming, crosswalks, bike lanes, bump-outs, a pedestrian refuge or a plaza to help build support for permanent safety and speed management improvements. It includes spray chalk to create bike or pedestrian lanes; bike lane and chevron stencils, paint to create temporary curb extensions or crosswalks, cones, and more. http://bit.ly/2ZH8crS

THREE WALK FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES RECOGNIZED
-> The Walk Friendly Communities program recognized 3 US cities for their commitment to prioritize pedestrians and create safe, comfortable and inviting places to walk. The Walk Friendly Community designations include a Platinum-level designation for Portland, OR, only the fourth community to receive that honor. Both Burlington, VT, and Bellevue, WA, were recognized as Silver-level Walk Friendly Communities. http://bit.ly/2ZLI9ja

NEW ORLEANS, LA, NEIGHBORS FURNISH POTHOLE, LIST IT ON AIRBNB
-> CityLab reported that residents of a New Orleans, LA, neighborhood were tired of waiting for the city to fix their street. It had sat unattended for years, despite pleas to the city to fix the street so neighbors furnished their pothole and listed it as an Airbnb rental. It worked. https://bbc.in/2ZKcKOd

From the other side of the planet and suffering from the same affliction, BBC News shared a video of an "astronaut" exploring "craters" on a road in the southern city of Bangalore, India. This was the latest civic awareness project by artist Baadal Nanjundaswamy. https://bbc.in/2ZKcKOd


THE RESEARCH BEAT

BIKE SAFETY ACADEMICS QUESTION PROTECTED-CYCLEWAYS-ARE-RISKY STUDY
-> Forbes reported that North America's 2 leading bicycling academics say properly designed cycleways do not cause crashes. John Pucher and Ralph Buehler, authors of the influential 2008 paper Making Cycling Irresistible*, were responding by email to a new study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). This study claims that some "street-level protected bike lanes...have a high risk of injury to cyclists." (Not all Protected Bike Lanes are the Same: Infrastructure and Risk of Cyclist Collisions and Falls Leading to Emergency Department Visits in Three U.S. Cities: http://bit.ly/30rYcUI) Read about how researchers conducted the study, and Pucher and Buehler's comments about it. http://bit.ly/2Ll1jsh

*Making Cycling Irresistible: Lessons from The Netherlands, Denmark and Germany, published in Transport Reviews: http://bit.ly/2Ljxicj

WOMEN'S PERCEPTIONS OF CYCLING IN SAN FRANCISCO, CA
-> A UC Berkeley SafeTREC research brief reported researchers conducted observations, intercept surveys, and focus groups to study women and their use of bike lanes in the South of Market area of San Francisco, CA. They found that only 29% of the cyclists were female despite accounting for 50% of the population in the area. They also found safety is much more likely to affect women's travel decisions than men's. Women of color are more likely to take safety into account when making travel decisions than White Non-Hispanic women. Why Don't Women Cycle: A Case Study of Women's Perceptions of Cycling in San Francisco: http://bit.ly/2ZMj87s

BIKE SKILLS TRAINING IMPACT ON INCREASING BIKING & CONFIDENCE
-> A study to be published this fall in the Journal of Transport & Health assessed the impact of 2 to 4.5 hours of adult bicycle skills training using a longitudinal, quasi-experimental study design to compare changes in bicycling and confidence over time between course participants and a comparison group. Researchers found one year after the course, there were no changes in bicycling for work, errands, or leisure. Without changes to physical and social environments, courses may be insufficient to overcome barriers to bicycling uptake. Effectiveness of a Bicycle Skills Training Intervention on Increasing Bicycling and Confidence: A Longitudinal Quasi-Experimental Study: http://bit.ly/2Kuf4TJ

MEASURES TO IMPROVE COMPLIANCE W/ CROSSWALK LAW
-> The MN DOT released a report on a multifaceted project to improve compliance with the state's crosswalk law in Saint Paul, MN. Researchers initially observed 32% yielding and frequent multiple-threat passing at 16 unsignalized, marked crosswalks throughout Saint Paul. They implemented a phased treatment approach of disseminating educational materials, conducting four waves of high visibility enforcement (HVE), displaying yielding averages on feedback signs across the city, and introducing low-cost engineering solutions through instreet signs. The results demonstrated a significant impact from education, HVE, and engineering to increase yielding to as high as 78% at enforcement sites and 61% at untreated sites. Multiple-threat passing was also reduced. Overall, the study demonstrated that the HVE program and combined low-cost engineering were effective at improving compliance to the crosswalk law. Evaluation of Sustained Enforcement, Education, and Engineering Measures on Pedestrian Crossings: http://bit.ly/2LlLlyh Experimental Study:http://bit.ly/2Kuf4TJ

PLANNING AND DESIGN OF MICRO-MOBILITY NETWORKS
-> FHWA's HEP Research Quarterly Newsletter reported that the HEPH Livability Team, in conjunction with the Pedestrian Bicycle Information Center (PBIC), is conducting a research project to determine how jurisdictions are planning and designing micro-mobility networks specifically for electric scooters. The research also looks at several case studies. Researchers are conducting interviews with large, mid-size, and small communities in addition to FHWA and NACTO officials to gather perspectives on key emerging issues, challenges and potential guidance. Primary topics include regulation and permitting, safety, and infrastructure design. http://bit.ly/2ZP2GU2


QUOTES R US

"Transportation Services has investigated the relationship between Killed and Serious Injury (KSI) collisions and other demographic factors including children and older adults. Data analysis has revealed that more KSI collisions occur in the suburban districts, especially in Scarborough with the lowest average household income, highest percentage of immigrant population, lowest number of daily auto trips, but a more car dependent built form. The implementation of Vision Zero 2.0 will use this analysis to target improvements where they will benefit residents most vulnerable to serious injury or death."
--From the Toronto, Canada Vision Zero 2.0 - Road Safety Plan Update, June 2019: http://bit.ly/2Ljfw9i

[For more details see the item in the National and International Scene.]

AND NOW, FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT...

WHY DO WE SAY 'OK'?
The Curious Kids feature in The Conversation noted of all the words in the English language, the word "OK" is pretty new. It has only been used for about 180 years, but it has become the most spoken word on the planet. We aren't entirely sure why people started to say "OK." Some linguists point to how, in the early 19th century, humorous abbreviations were in vogue. Young people would write things like "KG," which stood for "know go," an intentional misspelling of "no go," when they meant something was impossible. It was a way to play with language. Likewise, experts think "OK" likely emerged as an abbreviation of "oll korrect" - which was a jokey way of saying "all correct." Others say that it derives from "Old Kinderhook," a nickname for former U.S. President Martin Van Buren, or that it comes from Choctaw, a Native American language. http://bit.ly/2ZIV8SU

(p.s. Just within the past year, "OK" became an accepted word when playing Scrabble: http://bit.ly/2ZMLTBd.)


WEBINARS, WEBCASTS AND SEMINARS
To better help you plan your continuing education activities, we list Webinars scheduled in the next month. Check our searchable master calendar at http://bit.ly/centerlines for opportunities farther in the future. To subscribe, look for the + Google Calendar button in the lower right corner. iCal users can subscribe automatically here: http://bit.ly/centerlines_ical.

NEXT UP

Online Course "Gain a Deeper Understanding of Spatial Data Analysis"
Date: September 4-October 17, 2019
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: ersi
Details: http://bit.ly/2Yp9on2, free massive open online course (MOOC)

Webinar "Building Our Future: Engaging and Empowering Youth in Vision Zero"
Date: September 5, 2019, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Leah Shahum (Vision Zero Network), Tana Ball (Youth Educational Sports, Inc.), Shanette Covington (CDMA Business Model), Kori Johnson (Safe Routes Partnership) & Fionnuala Quinn (Discover Traffic Gardens)
Host: Safe Routes Partnership
Details: http://bit.ly/2M5Uk8e, free

Webinar "A Look at the 2019 Safe Routes to School Program Census"
Date: September 10, 2019, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Bryan Armstrong (MI DOT), Max Fulkerson (MI Fitness Fdn) & Sara Zimmerman & Michelle Lieberman (Safe Routes Partnership)
Host: Safe Route Partnership
Details: http://bit.ly/30ofXnA, free

Webinar "Slowing Down Traffic Near Your School"
Date: September 10, 2019, 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Seth LaJeunesse (UNC Highway Safety Research Center), Jo Anne Judge-Dietz (Olmsted County, MN Public Health & Beth Folsom & Mary Snodgrass, (CS Mott Children's Hospital)
Host: Walk and Bike to School Day
Details: http://bit.ly/2ZM2HIq, free

Webinar "Active and Engaged: Community Outreach Strategies for Health"
Date: September 11, 2019, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: America Walks
Details: http://bit.ly/2RCUuDL, free

Webinar "Moving Forward: Innovation in Active Transportation"
Date: September 12, 2019, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Danielle Arigoni (AARP), David Farr (CyclingScore) & Kelly Rodgers (Streetsmart)
Host: Partnership for Active Transportation
Details: http://bit.ly/2ZM2ZPs, free

Webinar "Transit and Livability: Results from the National Community Livability Survey"
Date: September 12, 2019, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Jeremy Mattson (ND State Univ.)
Host: Center for Urban Transportation Research
Details: http://bit.ly/30lMISw, free

Webinar "How to Make Innovation Stick"
Date: September 17, 2019, 11:00 am to 12:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Bloomberg Philanthropies Innovation Teams: Terrance Smith (Mobile, AL i-team), Adria Finch (Syracuse i-team) &Tracy Colunga (Long Beach i-team)
Host: Apolitical
Details: http://bit.ly/2ZmG7d4, free

Webinar "Implications of Technologies for Visually Impaired Pedestrians"
Date: September 17, 2019, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm ET
Presenter(s): Billie Louise Bentzen & Janet Barlow (Accessible Design for the Blind) & Alan Scott (Elon Univ.)
Host: Transportation Research Board
Details: http://bit.ly/30lqm3z, some registrants will pay $95

Webinar "Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion (JEDI): Part 1 (The What and Why of JEDI)"
Date: September 18, 2019, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm ET (Part 2, November 5, 2019)
Presenter(s): Ava Holliday & Aparna Rajagopal-Durbin, (The Avarna Group)
Host: American Trails
Details: http://bit.ly/2x9T4rd, free

Webinar "Can We Talk About the Street? Building Support for Controversial Projects"
Date: September 18, 2019, 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: APBP
Details: http://bit.ly/2PYVuQ8, $50/site for APBP members, $85/site for non-members

Webinar "Smart Cities of all Sizes: Turning Vision Into Reality"
Date: September 19, 2019, 11:00 am to 12:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Shobhit Jain & Gaurang Telang (HERE Technologies) & Sarah Wray (SmartCitiesWorld)
Host: SmartCitiesWorld
Details: http://bit.ly/2ZOVneY, free

Webinar "Managing Effective Transportation Safety Systems: Research Update"
Date: September 24, 2019, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm ET
Presenter(s): Scott Matthews (Carnegie Mellon Univ.), Tim Harmon (VHB), Evan Iacobucci (Rutgers) & Janille Smith-Colin (Southern Methodist Univ.)
Host: Transportation Research Board
Details: http://bit.ly/2ZNRQ0H, some registrants pay $95

Webinar "City of San Diego's Inclusive & Connected Communities Roadmap for Smart City Projects"
Date: September 25, 2019, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: Meeting of the Minds
Details: http://bit.ly/30n1vMH, free

Webinar "Virtual Public Involvement - Extending Our Reach #3"
Date: September 26, 2019, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Agency staff
Host: FHWA
Details: http://bit.ly/2Ktn87k, free

Webinar "California's Active Transportation Program: Getting Started" (First in a series of 3 webinars to prepare to apply for Cycle 5)
Date: September 26, 2019, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Cory Wilkerson (City of Santa Ana, CA), Melanie Mullis (City of Ontario, CA) & Edgar Garibay (Tuolomne River Trust)
Host: Safe Routes Partnership
Details: http://bit.ly/2LeIqak, free

Webinar "Featuring: Story Maps, Online Tools in the Field, and Creative use of Short Videos" (Virtual Public Involvement - Extending Our Reach Webinars, #3)
Date: September 26, 2019, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Eileen Barron (UT DOT), Allison Blazosky (Alamo Area MPO), Linda Alvarado-Vela (formerly with Alamo Area MPO), Anthea Thomas (Broward MPO) & Joshua Pearson (MN DOT)
Host: FHWA
Details: http://bit.ly/2Ktn87k, free

Webinar "The Near-Road Pooled Fund Study"
Date: September 30, 2019, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm ET
Presenter(s): Doug Eisinger, Steve Brown & Kenneth Craig (Sonoma Technology Inc.)
Host: Transportation Research Board
Details: http://bit.ly/2ZIOOuF, some registrants pay $95

Webinar "Contextual Guidance at Intersections for Protected Bicycle Lanes"
Date: October 8, 2019, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): Chris Monsere & Nathan McNeil (Portland State University)
Host: Portland State University
Details: http://bit.ly/2RJQuSl, free

Webinar "If We Build It Will They Come? Estimating Demand for Biking and Walking"
Date: October 16, 2019, 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET
Presenter(s): TBA
Host: APBP
Details: http://bit.ly/2Q36mgg, $50/site for APBP members, $85/site for non-members

Webinar "The Nature of Trail Aesthetics"
Date: October 24, 2019, 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET
Presenter(s): Troy Scott Parker (Natureshape, LLC)
Host: American Trails
Details: http://bit.ly/2Jyu02P, $19 for members, $39 for nonmembers


RESOURCES

SAFE SYSTEMS FOR SAFER STREETS PROGRAM
-> Last year America Walks partnered with the University of NC Highway Safety Research Center to launch the Safer Systems program with support from the National Safety Council. (http://bit.ly/2ZGXgKD) The program focused on creating the local and regional capacities to assess, plan, and prioritize effective and context-sensitive pedestrian safety countermeasures, and to increase a community's sense of urgency for changing built environment decisions. They have now released a report describing the program and its accomplishments in 3 cities: Chapel Hill, NC; Flint, MI; and Richmond, VA. Safe Systems for Safer Streets: http://bit.ly/2ZKZHvI

ASLA GUIDE TO UNIVERSAL DESIGN
-> The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) published a new guide to universal design. (http://bit.ly/2ZQe5Tr) It includes a comprehensive view of which communities are underserved by the built environment. It also offers a set of new universal design principles that address the needs of deaf or hard of hearing, blind or low vision, autistic, neurodevelopmentally and/or intellectually disabled, and mobility-disabled adults and children, as well as concerns for older adults. These include: accessible, comfortable, participatory, ecological, legible, multi-sensory, predictable, and walkable/traversable. http://bit.ly/2ZLcRsW

NEW BOOK EXAMINES 50-YR HISTORY OF BIKE SHARE
-> A new book by Australian author, Elliot Fishman, examines all the major developments in the 50-year history of bike share. The book provides a detailed focus on contemporary bike share programs, including many of the most prominent systems, such as those in Paris, London, and New York, as well as the rapidly emerging dockless bike share sector. This book also addresses how rapid technological innovation, particularly in terms of mobile internet devices and electric assist bicycles may change the face of not just cycling, but urban mobility more generally. Bike Share: http://bit.ly/2LgKkHA

529 GARAGE BIKE REGISTRY FIGHTS BIKE THEFT
-> Bicycling magazine reported Project 529 recently released an infographic with stats showing over 2 million bicycles are stolen each year in the US and Canada, but only 20% are ever reported to the police as stolen. (http://bit.ly/2ZIWPzy) The company wants to help owners get their stolen bikes back by using their bike registry, 529 Garage, which now has over 1 million registered bikes. Bike owners can use the app or go to the website (http://bit.ly/2ZGO4WD) to register their bike, which on average takes less than 6 minutes. If it's ever stolen, they can report it using the 529 Garage registry to alert other registry users in a 10-mile radius. Bike owners will still have to report stolen bikes to the police, but the police will have the information they need through the registry. http://bit.ly/2ZKaYg7

WALKING, BIKING, & SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL ROI
-> The Safe Routes Partnership produced a report in 2017 that you may have missed. It describes the cost savings and economic benefits of investments in active transportation and Safe Routes to School - including medical cost savings from improving safety, reducing costs of obesity due to increased physical activity, and increases in economic benefits such as increased rents or property values, tourism revenue, and more jobs. With the research findings and data from this report, local governments can use the power of data about health and economic benefits to secure greater funding for active transportation and Safe Routes to School. Investing in Walking, Biking, and Safe Routes to School: A Win for the Bottom Line: http://bit.ly/2ZMh3se


SHARE WHAT YOU KNOW

-> CALL FOR SPEAKERS - 2020 Lifesavers Conference, March 15-17, 2020, Tampa, FL
Deadline: September 6, 2019, http://bit.ly/2M8sHfl

-> CALL FOR POSTERS - Transportation Research Board Committee on Public Involvement (ADA60) for TRB Annual Meeting, January 12-16, 2020, Washington, DC
Deadline: September 9, 2019, http://bit.ly/2xc4cUp

-> CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - 6th International Conference on Roundabouts (Transportation Research Board), May 18-20, 2020, Monterey, CA
Deadline Extended: September 13, 2019, http://bit.ly/2M3FLC8

-> CALL FOR PROPOSALS - Southeast Greenways & Trails Summit (East Coast Greenway Alliance), April 1-4, 2020, Jacksonville, FL
Deadline: September 13, 2019, http://bit.ly/2JTmGig

-> CALL FOR PROPOSALS - Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference, March 25-27, 2020, San Antonio, TX
Deadline: October 14, 2019, http://bit.ly/2KiAjJk

-> CALL FOR PAPERS - Virtual special issue of Transportation Research Part D "Learning from the Global South: Mobility, Environmental, and Health Opportunities and Challenges to Urban Bicycling."
Deadline: January 31, 2020, request details from Guest Editor Daniel A. Rodriguez, danrod@berkeley.edu

CONFERENCES, TRAINING, & EVENTS
For a searchable calendar of conferences, training and events in the bicycle, pedestrian, or livable community fields, go to: http://bit.ly/centerlines. To subscribe, look for the + Google Calendar button in the lower right corner. iCal users can subscribe automatically here: http://bit.ly/centerlines_ical. We will continue to list the new items here since the last issue.

ON THE HORIZON

-> September 8-11, 2019 - Rail~volution, Vancouver, Canada
http://bit.ly/30wgrZb
-> September 9-12, 2019 - NACTO Designing Cities 2019: Toronto, Canada
http://bit.ly/2FILNoq
-> September 10-12, 2019 - Texas Department of Transportation Annual Environmental Conference (TX DOT & TRB), Austin, TX
http://bit.ly/2Gi5zVJ
-> September 10-13, 2019 - 6th International Conference on Women's Issues in Transportation (WIiT 2019), Irvine, CA
http://bit.ly/2DoKJF6
-> September 11, 2019 - Kansas City Regional Safe Routes to School Summit (BikeWalkKC, Shawnee Mission School District & Johnson County Dept of Health and the Environment), Overland Park, KS
http://bit.ly/2KiCBIq
-> September 11-13, 2019 - Smart City Expo Atlanta (Smart Cities Dive), Atlanta, GA
http://bit.ly/2JYbp0m
-> September 15-18, 2019 - 12th TRB International Conference on Low-Volume Roads, Kalispell, MT
http://bit.ly/2JrYVNJ
-> September 15-18, 2019 - Conference on Data and Performance Driven Project Prioritization (Transportation Research Board), Atlanta, GA
http://bit.ly/2GqdmTd
-> September 19-20, 2019 - Transportation and Communities Summit 2019, Portland, OR
http://bit.ly/2JD8JVN
-> September 22-26, 2019 - International Conference on Ecology & Transportation (ICOET) Achieving Balance in Ecology and Transportation (California Depts of Transportation and Fish & Wildlife), Sacramento, CA
http://bit.ly/2GhoHmO
-> September 24, 2019 - 2019 National Walking Summit-Places for People (America Walks), Columbus, OH
http://bit.ly/2xdfqYL
-> September 24-26, 2019 - 2019 NRPA Annual Conference (National Recreation and Park Association), Baltimore, MD
http://bit.ly/31nTp7q
-> September 27-28, 2019 - 2019 Georgia Bike Summit, Atlanta, GA
http://bit.ly/2K42iuT
-> September 28, 2019 - Bike Your Park Day
http://bit.ly/2w26l3K
-> September 30-October 2, 2019 - How We Move: Micromobility, Macro Impact (North American Bikeshare Association Annual Conference), Indianapolis, IN
http://bit.ly/2Zi1D2B
-> September 30 - October 3, 2019 - National 2019 Vanguard Conference (Next City), Sacramento, CA (Limited 40 applicants)
http://bit.ly/2dZdZpo
-> October 1-4, 2019 - 3rd International Placemaking Week (Project for Public Spaces), Chattanooga, TN
http://bit.ly/2Gndd2U
-> October 3-4, 2019 - 2019 Public Health Law Summit: Data Sharing to Improve Community Health, Plymouth, MI
http://bit.ly/2VrcdOQ
-> October 7, 2019 - 2019 Colorado Bike Summit, Denver, CO
http://bit.ly/2ZmAjQO
-> October 7-10, 2019 - Walk21- XX: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
http://bit.ly/2FfeYiM
-> October 10-11, 2019 - 5th Annual Vision Zero Cities Conference (Vision Zero Network), New York, NY
http://bit.ly/2GxpcYs
-> October 15-17, 2019 - California Bike Summit, Los Angeles, CA
http://bit.ly/2FQuDod
-> October 15-17, 2019 - All In: Data for Community Health National Meeting, Baltimore, MD
http://bit.ly/2UDa2Ym
-> October 17, 2019 - Racial Justice Training Building Racial Equity Training (Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation), New York, NY
http://bit.ly/2LIh92w
-> October 17-19, 2019 - Walk2Connect Life@3MPH Summit, Longmont, CO
http://bit.ly/2ZNOzhU
-> October 21-25, 2019 - Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations Annual Conference (AMPO), Baltimore, MD
http://bit.ly/2xfayT0
-> October 23-24, 2019 - MN Statewide Toward Zero Deaths Conference, St. Cloud, MN
http://bit.ly/2SyBzNq
-> October 24-25, 2019 - 32nd ICTCT Conference, Warsaw, Poland
http://bit.ly/2Ho8Zco
-> October 24-25, 2019 - 12th Annual Growing Sustainable Communities Conference, Dubuque, IA
http://bit.ly/2W2SJRj
-> October 25-26, 2019 - Oklahoma Bike Summit, Oklahoma City, OK
http://bit.ly/2Wa5VbV
-> October 29-30, 2019 - FBC 201: Placemaking with Form-Based Codes (Form-Based Codes Institute), Leesburg, VA (FBC 101: The ABCs of Form-Based Codes is a prerequisite and can be taken online: http://bit.ly/30spVog)
http://bit.ly/30pBU5Y
-> October 29-30, 2019 - Active Transportation Program 2019 Symposium (CA Transportation Commission & Caltran), West Sacramento, CA
http://bit.ly/2LgTTq8
-> October 31, 2019 - PlacesForBikes Workshop, Santa Barbara, CA
http://bit.ly/2TVsG11
-> November 1-3, 2019 - Walking's New Movements Conference, Plymouth, United Kingdom
http://bit.ly/2VYHM7a
-> November 2-6, 2019 - American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo, Philadelphia, PA
http://bit.ly/2w0SHw7
-> November 5-6, 2019 - 9th International Visualization in Transportation Symposium: Visualization in Action (Transportation Research Board), Washington, DC
http://bit.ly/2IFZE15
-> November 5-7, 2019 - 2019 Nevada Bicycle and Pedestrian Summit (Eastern Sierra Trails Coalition, NV DOT), Lake Tahoe, NV
http://bit.ly/2KtmQNM
-> November 7, 2019 - PlacesForBikes Workshop, Providence, RI
http://bit.ly/2TVsG11
-> November 7, 2019 - Center for Transportation Studies Annual Transportation Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN
http://bit.ly/1o0DfWn
-> November 8-9, 2019 - 2019 NC BikeWalk Summit, Winston-Salem, NC
http://bit.ly/2WanOHB
-> November 10-13, 2019 - Trafinz Conference 2019 (New Zealand Traffic Institute) Hamilton, New Zealand
http://bit.ly/2F9GNqc
-> November 12, 2019 - [British] Sixth Annual National Air Quality Conference, London, England
http://bit.ly/2JpCfzr
-> November 12-14, 2019 - 2019 Safe Routes to School National Conference, Tampa, FL
http://bit.ly/2LhxRAb
-> November 12-14, 2019 - Vision Zero Summit, Helsinki, Finland
http://bit.ly/2RzVXuN
-> November 13-15, 2019 - 2nd International Conference on Resilience to Natural Hazards and Extreme Weather Events: Transportation Resilience 2019 (Transportation Research Board, Federal Highway Administration & American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials), Washington, DC
http://bit.ly/2Jqymw0
-> November 13-16, 2019 - 12th International Urban Design Conference, Hobart, Australia
http://bit.ly/2p7sGbQ
-> November 14, 2019 - Racial Justice Training Building Racial Equity Training (Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation), Oakland, CA
http://bit.ly/2LX78P9
-> November 14-16, 2019 - LA CoMotion, Los Angeles, CA
http://bit.ly/2VfCCAy
-> November 16, 2019 - 2019 Suburban Active Transportation Forum (Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia), Camden, NJ
http://bit.ly/2Zc9BKT
-> November 18-20, 2019 - International Cycling Safety Conference, (International Cycling Safety Community), Brisbane, Australia
http://bit.ly/2Io3uvN
-> November 20-21, 2019 - First International Conference on 3D Printing and Transportation (Transportation Research Board), Washington, DC
http://bit.ly/2wpxQFt
-> November 20-23, 2019 - City Summit, San Antonio, TX
http://bit.ly/2V8d3Bh
-> December 11-12, 2019 - Conference on Health and Active Transportation (Transportation Research Board), Washington, DC
http://bit.ly/2IEOQ3v
-> January 12-16, 2020 - 2020 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, DC
http://bit.ly/24Xl8r9
-> February 2-5, 2020 - Active Living Conference 2020 (Active Living Research), Orlando, FL
http://bit.ly/2b7TrKP
-> March 10-11, 2020 - National Walking Summit Connecting Communities, Overcoming Barriers (America Walks), St. Louis, MO
http://bit.ly/2xbGg3l
-> March 10-13, 2020 - Transportation 2020 Conference (formally Engineering NZ Transportation Group Conference), Christchurch, New Zealand
http://bit.ly/2ZbDLhi
-> March 15-17, 2020 - 2020 Lifesavers Conference, Tampa, FL
http://bit.ly/2Maylhd
-> March 25-27, 2020 - Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference, San Antonio, TX
http://bit.ly/2Fhn1so
-> April 1-4, 2020 - Southeast Greenways & Trails Summit (East Coast Greenway Alliance), Jacksonville, FL
http://bit.ly/2K0aTis


JOBS, GRANTS, AND RFPS
Please limit job announcements to about 150-250 words and include a web link for the full description. This will reduce the editor's workload! Thanks! See previous issues of CenterLines for Jobs, Grants and RFPs that may still be current at http://bit.ly/ZHi0NE.

-> JOB - ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION LIAISON, OR DOT, BEND, OR
As the active transportation liaison, you will play a key role in the planning, development, consideration, prioritization and selection processes in the region to ensure every active transportation project is a sound investment in the future of our transportation infrastructure. In this role, you will work and coordinate with local agencies, transit providers, the Bend Metropolitan Planning Organization, area commissions on transportation, state and federal health agencies, coordinated care organizations, other state agencies, bicycle and pedestrian stakeholders, multimodal groups and other stakeholders.
Deadline: September 5, 2019, http://bit.ly/2LlNo5r

-> JOB - SPECIALIST, ACTIVE MODES, CITY OF FORT COLLINS, CO
The City seeks a passionate active transportation professional to advance community engagement efforts to help make the transportation system more sustainable, safer, and accessible. This position reports to the FC Moves Senior Manager and works alongside the Safe Routes to School coordinator to co-lead FC Moves engagement efforts. Community engagement will focus on behavior change campaigns, bicycle and walking safety education, engagement around innovative new modes of transportation (such as e-devices and electric vehicles), events, transportation demand management, and outreach activities to support departmental planning and infrastructure initiatives.
Deadline: September 12, 2019 by 3:00 pm MT, http://bit.ly/2ZO7QzI

-> JOB - MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION COORDINATOR, THE MARYLAND-NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION274 REVIEWS, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD
The Functional Planning and Policy Division Team of the Montgomery County Planning Department is seeking a Multimodal Transportation Planner Coordinator with a background in 1) transit planning and/or Vision Zero, 2) community outreach, and 3) project leadership.
Deadline: September 20, 2019 by 11:59 pm ET, http://bit.ly/2LhkOlq

-> 2 JOBS - CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, PA
- DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF COMPLETE STREETS

The primary responsibilities of this position include the planning, implementation of, and reporting for the City's Vision Zero Action Plan and related programs. Responsibilities would include management of the City's Vision Zero Action plan update and associated projects, management of the Neighborhood Slow Zone program, managing the Vision Zero team and their work on safety education, data analysis, and communications. This position will be the primary support person for Vision Zero by leading Vision Zero policy development; coordinating among multiple City Departments, advocates and members of the public; and tracking and reporting on key Vision Zero metrics.
Deadline: None provided, http://bit.ly/2LjeAli

- COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER- VISION ZERO
The primary duties of the Vision Zero Communications Manager are to manage the day-to-day Vision Zero communications for the Managing Director's Office of Transportation, Infrastructure, and Sustainability (OTIS), ensuring that Vision Zero communications are comprehensive and follow the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) safety calendars. Vision Zero communications management includes, but is not limited to media relations and events, education and public service announcement campaigns, and digital communications.
Deadline: None provided, http://bit.ly/2LjmydZ

-> JOB - TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT (TDM) PROGRAM OPERATIONS SPECIALIST, UNIVERSITY OF WA, SEATTLE, WA
The core of the duties of the TDM Operations Specialist is to provide overall stewardship of the University programs, products, and strategies to encourage non-drive alone commuting to campus. This includes oversight and continuous process improvement of existing programs and implementation of new projects.
Deadline: Open until filled, http://bit.ly/2LlMXIl

-> JOB - SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION ENCOURAGEMENT PROGRAM SPECIALIST, ECOLOGY ACTION, SALINAS, CA
Ecology Action seeks an organized and passionate Program Specialist to help deliver sustainable transportation encouragement programs across Monterey County to youth and adults. The candidate will be responsible for planning, managing, and implementing complex, multi-site special events and projects.
Deadline: None provided, https://indeedhi.re/2ZPlCC0

See also:
-> American Planning Association Jobs Online, http://bit.ly/2BmNvFi
-> Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals Career Center: http://bit.ly/1DhwE41 (members only)
-> Alta Planning + Design, http://bit.ly/1jbgjF9
-> NACTO Careers, http://bit.ly/13VnUBl
-> Lime, http://bit.ly/2Iptxmk
-> Toole Design Group, http://bit.ly/1k7DPRg
-> TRB Careers in Motion Job Center, http://bit.ly/2A5sQWQ

[Let us know if your firm or organization has a job or RFP to announce or typically has job openings: news@bikewalk.org.]


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