San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Pre-ride tour of new downtown bike projects with City of San Jose Bicyclist & Pedestrian Program Coordinator John Brazil starts at 5:30 by the City Hall Rotunda, 200 East Santa Clara Street.
Refreshments and socializing start at 6, talk starts at 6:30.
The event will include an overview of federal, state and regional forces influencing bicycle planning in the South Bay by bike planning expert John Ciccarelli, and a discussion about local bicycle planning opportunities and barriers with representatives from the City of San José, Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition, and the VTA BART project.
John Brazil will talk about upcoming innovative bicycling infrastructure coming to downtown San Jose including green bike lanes, separated bike lanes, bike boxes, bike corrals, and a bike sharing program. Oxo Slayer will talk about designing bicycle access for the extension of BART to San Jose. Colin Heyne will talk about the advocacy efforts of the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition and how advocates can support planners to improve bicycling infrastructure.
Sponsored by RBF Consulting & Kimley-Horn and Associates
John Ciccarelli, Principal, Bicycle Solutions
John Brazil, Bicyclist & Pedestrian Program Coordinator, City of San Jose
Oxo Slayer, Junior Professional, Kimley-Horn & Associates
Colin Heyne, Deputy Director, Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition
Donation requested at the door. Suggested amount: $5 for APA or SVBC members, $10 others.
For more information or questions contact Katja Irvin (email@example.com or 408 569-8214).
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APA California Northern
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