2018 Annual Summit & Technical Training
Advocacy Through Action | Register Here
Friday, April 6, 2018 | 9AM-5PM | The Lyceum | Hartford, CT
Featuring Trainers and Speakers including:
- Peter Furth, Phd, Professor of Civil Engineering & Bicycle Network Planning Expert
- Kaitlin Latham, Health Educator, NorWALKers
- Craig Della Penna, Trails Advocate and activist
- Amy Watkins, Coordinator, WatchForMeCT
- Patrick Adams, Bike Ped Coordinator, Maine Department of Transportation
The Connecticut Bike Walk Summit & Technical Training brings together people from across Connecticut to get the latest biking and walking updates from around the state, to learn how to make our communities more bike and walk friendly, to network and to develop connections statewide. Register now!
Framed around the theme of advocacy through action, this year's Summit will explore how advocates and practitioners can create lasting, sustainable, and cost-effective conditions for walkers and cyclists, improving community livability and health. We will discuss the latest news and ideas on complete streets, plans for CT's bikeways and greenways, legislative and funding developments, and more. Participants will learn from experts and connect with others working on these issues, and go away energized and with the tools necessary to create lasting change.
Technical Training & Advocacy Summit | Friday, April 6 | Members: $50; Not-Yet Members $60 | Register
Note: Light Breakfast & Lunch included in cost.
No-cost options available as needed.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Produced with the generous support of the Connecticut Department of Public Health.