Missouri Active Transportation VIRTUAL Summit

The 5th annual Missouri Active Transportation Summit is coming up this Friday, August 14th--for the first time EVER as a VIRTUAL Summit

Presented by: Missouri Bicycle and Pedestrian Federation, Inc.


Event Details

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August 14, 2020

Location: Online

Website

https://mobikefed.org/2020ActiveTransportationSummit



Description

Holding a VIRTUAL SUMMIT this year via Zoom means that anyone from across Missouri or the world can participate in the Summit by phone, smart phone or device, or computer.

We've reduced the registration price this year--just $10, before your discount--and hope that many of you can join us for interesting and inspiring sessions about Missouri bicycling, walking, trails, and statewide progress.\

Save 25% when you register today with Coupon Code 2020SUMMIT25

Full 2020 Summit Schedule

  • Keynote: Chuck Flink, "The Greenway Imperative". Chuck is an award-winning author, planner, and landscape architect - "inspiring examples of communities that have come together to build permanent spaces for the life-sustaining power of nature."
  • Brent Hugh, Missouri Bicycle & Pedestrian Federation, "Art, Culture, History, Tourism, Economic Development, and Bicycling: Implementing an Ambitious Statewide Bicycle Touring Route System in Missouri--With YOUR Help"
  • Shaun Tooley, MoDOT, "MoDOT's Practice of Active Transportation, Past and Future"
  • Mary Kromrey, Ozark Greenways, "From Trash to Treasure, the Former Fulbright Landfill/Superfund Takes on New Life as the Fulbright Spring Greenway"
  • Jerany Jackson, Great River Engineering, "Building Johnson County's Spirit Trail - A Courageous Team Effort"
  • Paul Wojciechowski, Alta Planning & Design, "Getting Livable Streets Done"
  • Terry Atteberry & Cindy DeBlauw, Missouri Department of Health & Human Services, Ron Bentch, Missourians for Responsible Transportation, “The Livable Street Experience

 


Disclaimer

While we may individually agree (or disagree) in whole or in part with any or all of the participants, the views expressed in these webinars are not necessarily representative of the views of American Trails as an organization or its board and staff.


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