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This session describes innovative approaches to understanding and providing infrastructure for people walking and biking. The topics explore equity in communities, leveraging the impacts of COVID-19 and the rise of e-bikes, as well as reviewing design vehicle principles and how they relate to new mobility. Learning Objectives:
- Learn about communities advancing bicycle, pedestrian, and micromobility infrastructure.
- Understand factors for designing for safe walking and biking.
- Evaluate ways to make more equitable communities through walking and biking.
- Identify trends in expanding bike networks during COVID-19.
Moderator: Jeff Riegner, P.E., AICP, PTOE, Vice President, Whitman, Requardt & Associates
- Laura Crawford, Bicycle Tourism Advisor and Co-Founder, The Path Less Pedaled, Missoula, MT
- John MacArthur, Sustainable Transportation Program Manager, Transportation Research and Education Center, Portland State University, Portland, OR
- Amar Mohite, Director of Planning and Infrastructure, Office of Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, Houston, TX