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Louisiana Walk & Bike Summit 2014

Join us to move walking and biking forward in Louisiana!


Mon, Nov 10, 2014
1:00 – 8:00 am


Shaw Center for the Arts
Josef Sternberg Memorial Conference Rm., 2nd Fl.
100 Lafayette Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70801


$10.00 (To cover lunch)
Space in limited.
Reserve your seat today by registering for the Louisiana Walk and Bike Summit here.


Louisiana Walk & Bike Summit

Summit Purpose:
To establish a broad coalition of statewide partners and advocates across Louisiana that seek to learn from one another and collaborate to move walking and bicycling forward with a shared and actionable policy agenda serving people of all ages and all abilities in Louisiana.

Summit Goals:

  • Create a shared statewide policy agenda to collaboratively move walking and bicycling forward with specific actions to achieve success:
  • Strengthen and broaden partnerships across the state;
  • Share resources (i.e. education and experiences) via a coordinated network

Who should attend?
Pedestrian and bicycle advocates, transportation planners, community development professionals, public health practitioners, livability and sustainability experts, tactical urbanists, and others from across the state for a day-long conversation that will shape Louisiana’s walking and bicycling advocacy agenda for 2015 and beyond.

The event will feature a panel discussion featuring Billy Fields, Ph.D., discussing findings from a study on national Complete Streets policy implementation by MPOs and Jennifer Ruley, P.E. on Louisiana Citizen’s Guide to Pedestrian, Bicycle and Complete Streets Funding.

Register today!

This event made possible with support from the Merritt C. Becker, Jr. University of New Orleans Transportation Institute, Bike Easy, and the Texas State University Center for Research, Public Policy, and Training. Special thanks to the Center for Planning Excellence for the use of their space.

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This Event is part of Bike Easy’s Advocacy Project.

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