February 2018 edit: Enjoy this look at TTAT past from our archives, then register for TTAT 2018, coming to Austin May 2-4. Questions? Call us at 512-476-7433.
Velo Paso’s Scott White is working hard to make El Paso a great place to ride a bike. As one-half of the Velo Paso contingent at Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference 2014 (along with fellow advocate Victor Cordero), Scott saw enough value in TTAT that he’s returning in 2016, this time as a speaker.
A couple years ago my friends and I were making waves after having successfully fought to save the funding for our local bike share program. So we though we knew a thing or two about being active transportation advocates. Boy were we in for a surprise!
What we learned at the Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference just blew our minds, so many new ideas, approaches, resources, and of course ‘bike minded’ friends. It was a real eye opener, and what we learned in just a couple of days would take far too long to explain. So why not come see for yourself?
I’ll be there again (I’m even co-leading a session this time), and hope to see you there too.