2300 Evergreen Park Dr SW, Olympia, WA 98502
The 2017 Washington Bike Summit features keynote speakers, breakout sessions, guided work- shops and great opportunities for networking with industry professionals and community leaders. You’ll ride away with new-found inspiration and ideas, plus a bunch of new connections!
You’re invited — register today!
Early bird registration available through Tuesday, Feb. 28. Visit cascade.org/summit to register.
� Pedal revolution: Tools for empowerment
� Intersections: Where bikes and other issues converge � Nuts & Bolts: Cutting edge of bike facilities
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￼￼Continuing Education Workshops for professionals (Tuesday, March 21)
FHWA Small Town and Rural Multimodal Networks (STAR) Guide Training
The FHWA’s STAR guide is the first bicycle and pedestrian guide to focus exclusively on rural design. In this three-hour training, Alta Planning + Design will explore the guide and discuss implications of rural implementation, including political strategies, project development, and funding.
AASHTO Bike Guide training – A Preview of What’s Coming in the 2018 Guide
Bill Schultheiss, lead author of the 2012 and the 2018 AASHTO Bike Guide and the MassDOT Separated Bike Lane Planning and Design Guide, will lead this three-hour training that will address key planning and design decisions for separated bike lanes and the core design princi- ples necessary to make this new infrastructure work safely for all users.