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EVENT UPDATE: Texas Trails & Active Transportation Conference

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Attention Transportation Engineers, Planners,
Landscape Architects, Bicycle Industry folks,
Bike/Ped Coordinators and Advocates:


Register Now!

Texas Trails & Active Transportation Conference
16th Annual Trails Conference, now covering Bike/Ped Advocacy
and Safe Routes to School

February 3 - 6, 2010
AT&T Conference Center, Austin, Texas


Trails, Bike/Ped and Safe Routes to School Sessions
Presenters are finalized and sessions are planned! Presenters will include:

  • Carol Campa, Safe Routes to School Program Coordinator for the Texas Department of Transportation
  • Jeff Mapes, author of "Pedaling Revolution"
  • Kathryn Nichols, Community Planner for the National Park Service
  • John Pucher, a Rutgers professor and expert on what we can learn from European treatment of non-motorized transportation
  • Michael Ronkin, Bicycle Coordinator for the State of Oregon for almost 20 years
  • Kartik Sribarra, Manager of Policy Outreach for the Rails to Trails Conservancy
  • * Mike Van Abel, President of the International Mountain Bicycling Association

and many more experts on Safe Routes to School, mechanized and non-mechanized trail building, bicycle infrastructure and much more. Click here to see all the presenters and sessions!

Click here to register!

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for Conference Details, please visit
www.TexasTrails.BikeTexas.org
 

Introducing the BikeTexas ParentsPlus Program

Introducing ParentsPlusBikeTexas is excited to announce that on October 1, 2009, we began the development of the new BikeTexas ParentsPlus Program. The program is funded through a Texas Department of Transportation grant, and will provide parents, plus other adults concerned with bicycle and pedestrian safety, the certification training and resources necessary to develop neighborhood bicycling and walking events. These events will incorporate safety messages in a fun and healthy venue and will bring the safety lessons to the larger community, thus amplifying their effect.

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Safe Passing Ordinances Gaining Momentum Among Texas Cities

Safe Passing

In October, the City of Austin showed itself to be a leader by passing Texas's first citywide Safe Passing ordinance. (Click here for a piece by UT journalism student Melanie Torre, featuring an interview with BikeTexas Executive Director Robin Stallings.)

But other Texas cities are not far behind. Cyclists in towns and cities from around Texas are organizing to get their city councils to commit to the safety of all road users by enacting a Safe Passing ordinance.

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San Antonio Cyclists Pedal with Mayor After Bike Summit

Pedal with the MayorOn November, 2, 2009, San Antonio cyclists got a chance to hang out with San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro and ride the Missions Trail, after the morning San Antonio Bikes Summit at City Hall.

A number of City department heads and program managers joined San Antonio bike advocates to hear Mayor Castro outline his hopes to make San Antonio a League of American Bicyclists-certified Bicycle Friendly Community.

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Make Plans Now to Attend the LAB Bike Summit in D.C.

League of American Bicyclists National Bike Summit
Washington, D.C., March 9-11, 2010

The Texas advocates in 2009 with Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, far left.Calling all bicycle advocates! The League of American Bicyclists National Bike Summit will take place March 9-11, 2010 Now is the time to start making your plans to go!

The 2009 Bike Summit saw a great turnout of Texas cyclists. BikeTexas staff organized and scheduled meetings with staff of both Texas senators, John Cornyn and Kay Bailey Hutchison, and with both staff and Members of the Texas congressional delegation. The meetings were a great example of ordinary citizens exercising our democratic rights to ask our representatives to support legislation important to cyclists.

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IMBA Will Teach Trailbuilding in Waco Dec. 5-6!

IMBA Trail Care Crew

Hey, Waco trail enthusiasts - are you interested in learning about trailbuilding from the experts at the International Mountain Bicycling Association? IMBA is hosting a trail-building workshop with both classroom and field sessions on Saturday, December 5. Then on Sunday, they'll all head out for a group ride!

Don't miss the opportunity to have fun with fellow cyclists while learning valuable trailbuilding skills. To learn more and to register online, click here.

 
 

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