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Bikeways 101: Lessons from leading American cities


Bikeways 101: Lessons from leading American cities

Time: October 15, 2011 from 10am to 11am
Location: Jak’s Tap (Green Room)
Street: 901 W Jackson
City/Town: Chicago, IL
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Event Type: lecture
Organized By: Active Transportation Alliance
Latest Activity: Oct 14, 2011

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Bikeways 101: Lessons from leading American cities
Sat., Oct. 15, 10am – 11am
Jak’s Tap (Green Room), 901 W Jackson
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Want to learn how protected bike lanes, bike boulevards and other types of bikeways are increasing cycling and making streets safer across the US? The country’s top experts from New York, San Francisco and Portland are visiting Chicago to share lessons from their cities. Come learn what strategies other cities are using to make their streets more bike-friendly, and learn more about Chicago’s big plans to be the most bicycle-friendly city in the nation.

Speakers include:
Rob Burchfield, P.E., City of Portland
Jon Orcutt, New York City Department of Transportation
Mike Sallaberry, P.E., San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
Douglas Adams, AICP, Sam Schwartz Engineering

Presented by the Active Transportation Alliance, the Chicago Department of Transportation and the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO).

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