Since the release of the Small Town and Rural Multimodal Networks Guide, many stakeholders have turned their attention toward implementation. How has it worked for other small towns and rural communities? On Thursday, July 13, join Alta Planning + Design as we host a discussion on how to make bicycle and pedestrian facility implementation a reality in small towns and rural areas. You will hear small town implementation stories—their triumphs, challenges, and lessons learned. This free, public webinar will be informative for other communities as they take steps to improve active transportation options.
Tim Gustafson, AICP, Senior Associate, Alta Planning + Design
Stephen Steese, City Administrator, City of Easley, SC
Stephen will share on his involvement with the Doodle Trail, a 7.4 mile shared use path, rails-to-trails partnership between the City of Easley and the City of Pickens.
Doby Class, Director of Public Works, City of Arcata, CA
Doby will share on his involvement with the Arcata Bicycle Boulevards projects.
Date: Thursday, July 13, 2017
Time: 9am-10am PDT (12pm-1pm EDT)
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