The TTAT Conference will bring together those involved with bicycle, pedestrian, and other active transportation and recreation modes from around Texas and the world with the goals of sharing current information and examples, and sparking inspiration to continue striving to make things better in each of our communities. The conference will focus on issues of economic development, health, safety, and many other topics relevant to advancing active transportation and trails.
Certifications for most sessions from one or more of:
Anyone involved in the planning, construction, funding, economics, operation, management, promotion and use of bicycle, pedestrian, and other transportation modes. The conference will provide breakout sessions, keynote talks, mobile workshops, and exhibitions from experts representing municipal/state government, transportation advocacy groups, trail users, transportation engineers and planners and private businesses.
As an urban mobility expert and CEO for Copenhagenize Consulting, Mikael Colville-Andersen is one of the leading global voices in urban planning relating to the bicycle as transport. He regards the bicycle as the most important tool in our urban toolbox for rebuilding our liveable cities.
Jean-Francois Pronovost has been instrumental in building the world’s longest bicycle greenway, the Route Verte, which runs 3,100 miles through the province of Quebec. He is vice president, development and public affairs for Vélo Québec, where he works on the focus, strategy and development of new projects and partnerships.
Andy Clarke is the President/CEO of the League of American Bicyclists where he worked for ten years; prior to that he spent time as a contractor at the Federal Highway Administration, Vice-president of Trail Development at the Rails to Trails Conservancy, and the first Executive Director of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals.
Wednesday, March 26, 9:00am-10:15am Presentation Materials: Murphy-Bike-Share.pdf Cities in Texas have lots of opportunity to…