The Third Mode Bonus Chapters: Progress in Walking, Bicycling, and Micromobility for Transportation

A decade after initial publication, The Third Mode author will provide an update to discuss recent accomplishments that tie into the central concept of “the third mode” including his co-founding of Citi Bike, building the Empire State Trail, and recently developing re:Charge-e for e-bikes/scooters.

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January 18, 2024

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Since publishing The Third Mode a decade ago (the book was launched on one of the first American Trails webinars The Third Mode: Connecting Greenways, Trails and Active Mobility), Jeff has added to his long list of stories to share with our community.

For this webinar, he'll talk about three of them:

  1. Co-founding of Citi Bike,
  2. Building the Empire State Trail, and
  3. Developing re:Charge-e for e-bikes/scooters

All of these topics will tie to the central concept of “the third mode” (we can’t solve problems by only looking at two polar opposites). It's been a great ride for several decades. Join us for this new American Trails webinar and see what's next on the horizon.

Learning Objectives:

  • Leadership: learn about being in challenging situations that require big risks that can create big rewards.
  • Overcoming Challenges: find out what happens when your project literally gets hit by a hurricane and learn how to keep focus in even the world situations.
  • Vision: understand how much potential the trails community has to offer and levels beyond where we’ve been, and take the opportunity to grow our movement to the next level.

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Jeff Olson, Co-Founder, re:Charge-e
Saratoga Springs, New York

Jeff Olson is an architect, entrepreneur, and author. He ran the White House Millennium Trails initiative, started the NYSDOT Bike / Pedestrian program, served on the UAlbany faculty, and was a principal with Alta Planning + Design. Jeff was part of the team that launched Citi Bike and the bike share movement with systems in DC, Boston, Chicago and other major cities. He is the current co-founder of re:Charge-e, developing wireless charging stations for electric micro mobility, and is the Author of The Third Mode: Towards a Green Society. He also rides his bikes a lot and is a PSIA ski instructor.

 


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