Thank you again for attending the PlacesForBikes Conference June 28-30, 2017 in Madison, WI. We hope you got as much out of it as we did. Below are the PDF presentations and videos for the conference keynotes.
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Bicycle Advocacy: 3.0 (presentation)
1a PLAN: Moving bikeways from concept to completion: leaders will share stories of kick-starting progress in cities big and small.
1b BUILD: Better, faster, cheaper: accelerating project delivery
1c ENGAGE: Power to the people: events and approaches to engage more people in biking
1d MEASURE: A New Approach: The Bicycle Network Analysis
Speakers: Spencer Gardner, Toole Design Group; Randy Neufeld, SRAM; Jennifer Boldry, PeopleForBikes; Combined PDF
2a PLAN: Small but mighty projects that work: from bike parks to bike parking, “quick” projects that make a difference in participation
2b BUILD: Taking your lumps: learning from challenging projects
2c ENGAGE: The challenge of change: making the case and building alliances
2d MEASURE: What gets measured gets done: Opportunities to develop standardized, comparable national metrics
Speakers: Jennifer Dill, Portland State University; Charles Brown, Rutgers University; Spencer Gardner, Toole Design Group; Rebecca Sanders, Toole Design Group; Jennifer Boldry, PeopleForBikes; Combined PDF
Moderated by PeopleForBikes vice president of membership and development Charlie Cooper.
Speakers: Jessica Klodnicki, Vista Outdoor; Michael Fishman, Pure Cycles; Eric Lynn, blackriver; Jennifer Boldry, PeopleForBikes; and Mike McGarry, Wisconsin HS MTB Coach Supporter.
Moderated by PeopleForBikes vice president of local innovation Martha Roskowski.
Speakers: Michael Andersen, PeopleForBikes; Scott Kasin, Trek; Charles Brown, Rutgers University; Rebecca Sanders, Toole Design Group; and Drusilla van Hengel, Nelson \\ Nygaard.
Speakers: Bob Burns, Trek; Hannah Parish, General Motors; Randy Neufeld, SRAM Cycling Fund; and Kate Fillin-Yeh, NACTO; Combined PDF
LA Mobility 2035: Moving People in America’s Second Largest City, Including by Bike! (presentation)
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, Fort Collins Mayor Wade Troxell, Former Memphis Mayor A C Wharton