Advancing Bicycling in the Capital Region

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Workshop Logistics

Wednesday, September 23rd 2015
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM (PDT)
(Check-in and Continental
Breakfast 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM)
Sheraton Grand, Sacramento (map)
1230 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

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About the Workshop

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On Wednesday, September 23rd 2015, nearly 150 local, regional and state transportation planners; local land use planners, public works staff, active transportation advocates, public health professionals, businesses representatives and other community leaders came together to learn, share, and discuss the advancement of bicycling in the Capital Region.

The workshop consisted of a mix of plenaries, breakout sessions, networking opportunities, and working session discussions. Workshop participants and speakers highlighted best practices, engaged in dialogue, and identified opportunities to take action in an effort to significantly advance bicycling throughout the Capital Region and beyond.

The agenda, speaker presentations and additional resources from the workshop are available below:

Download the Final Agenda

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Thank You to Our Sponsors!

Workshop Sponsors
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Benefactors
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Patrons
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Supporters
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Exhibitors
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Contributors
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Special Thanks to our Promotional Partners

  • Breathe California
  • Caltrans
  • Capital Region Climate Readiness Collaborative (CRC)
  • Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority
  • City of Rancho Cordova
  • County of Sacramento
  • Environmental Council of Sacramento (ECOS)
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates (SABA)
  • Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG)
  • Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (SMAQMD)
  • The Bike Campaign
  • Ubuntu Green
  • Valley Vision
  • Yolo County Climate Compact

Workshop Presentations

Building a Successful Bicycle Share System for the Capital Region

Making Bicycling a Viable Transportation Option in Rural and Suburban Settings

Building Out the Toolbox: Bicycling Infrastructure Best Practices

Afternoon Plenary – Bicycling Means Business: The Economic and Business Benefits of Bicycling

Pedaling Towards Equity: Advancing Bicycling in Underserved Communities

Wheels of Change: Building a Culture Around Bicycling int the Capital Region

Filling in the Missing Links: Expanding Networks to Job Centers

Closing Plenary – Taking Action for a More Bicycle-Friendly Region

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