The second annual PlacesForBikes Conference will bring together hundreds of leaders and thinkers to focus on the challenges and opportunities of building better bicycle infrastructure—fast. Inspiring speeches, breakout sessions, group conversations and peer-to-peer networking will help every attendee develop and refine an action plan to speed progress back home. What topics will be covered? The conference agenda centers on […]
Take part in the movement on April 3-4, 2018 at the Nashville Music City Center The National Complete Streets Coalition is proud to partner with Transportation for America’s Arts & Culture team for our second national Complete Streets conference. Announcing Intersections: Creating Culturally Complete Streets, the premier convening of national leaders in Complete Streets and creative placemaking. Join us in Nashville, […]
NATIONAL BIKE SUMMIT MARCH 5–7 IN WASHINGTON, D.C. Register by January 31 to receive the January Special rates! Stay where the action is, in the conference hotel, the Renaissance Washington, D.C. Downtown. The rates for our block of rooms are good through February 5. See the latest schedule here. We’re adding more sessions, speakers and details every […]
Now in its seventh year, the NACTO Designing Cities Conference brings together 800 officials, planners, and practitioners to advance the state of transportation in cities. Join us in Los Angeles on October 1 – 4!
NACTO and its Affiliate Members are proud to bring together city staff and advocates from cities around Columbus and the greater region to explore common opportunities and challenges in bikeway implementation. This 2-day Bikeways Roadshow will include presentations from attendees, tours of bike infrastructure in Columbus, a hands-on bikeway design charrette led by NACTO staff, […]
The premier conference in North America for walking and bicycling professionals from the public and private sectors. Our conference was founded on the belief that greater access to walking and bicycling will create healthier individuals, cohesive neighborhoods, and vibrant communities. We started with a hundred idealistic cyclists in 1980 and we called ourselves Pro Bike. Then we […]