Walk Bike LI Summit

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Walk Bike LI Summit

Join Walk Safe Long Island for its first-ever Walk Bike LI Summit on June 8!

By Long Island Health Collaborative

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, June 8 · 2 - 4:30pm EDT


Farmingdale State College 2350 New York 110 Farmingdale, NY 11735

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Join our expert panel for a thought-provoking discussion about safety surrounding walking and biking on Long Island, the proliferation of micromobility devices like e-bikes, laws and regulations surrounding active transportation on Long Island, and how we can more safely share our streets to ensure safety for all road users. Summit will take place in the Ballroom at Farmingdale State College.

Keynote Speaker: Diana Alati, Families for Safe Streets

Diana's 13-year-old son Andrew was struck and killed in Levittown, while riding home on his bike in 2019. She will speak about her heart-wrenching experience and the vital work Families for Safe Streets does to improve road safety for all.

Introduction: Cynthia Brown, Excutive Director, New York Coalition for Transportation Safety


  • Paul Steely White, Executive Director, Parks & Trails New York
  • Daniel Flanzig, Esq., Flanzig & Flanzig, LLP; Board of Directors, NYCTS
  • Rosemary Mascali, Co-Chair USGBC-LI Sustainable Transportation Committee
  • Matthew Carmody, PE, Vice President, Traffic & Transportation Engineering, AKRF
  • Kazem Oryani, PhD, A.M.ASCE, Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Engineering Technology, SUNY Farmingdale

Brought to you by:

  • Long Island Health Collaborative
  • New York Coalition for Transportation Safety
  • Let's Move LI
  • Families for Safe Streets
  • Parks & Trails New York
  • Farmingdale State College
  • Flanzig & Flanzig, LLP
  • AKRF

This event will occur in FSC's ballroom, located within the Campus Center. Follow signage for the Campus Center upon your arrival and staff will direct you to the ballroom once you're inside the Center. Questions? Email lihc@nshc.org or call 631-963-4167.

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About the organizer

The Long Island Health Collaborative is a partnership of Long Island’s hospitals, county health departments, physicians, health providers, community-based social associations,  human service organizations, academic institutions, health plans, local government, the business sector, and more. The LIHC is the hub of population health activities on Long Island, and works together to provide a healthier community for the people we serve using the expertise and resources of our many unique members. 

*Population health activities of the Long Island Health Collaborative are funded by the Long Island Health Population Health Improvement Program, a New York State Department of Health grant.