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10th Annual Georgia Bike Summit presented by Bike Law Georgia!
Georgia's only statewide gathering for bicycle advocates and people that want to make bicycling safer, more accessible and equitable, and better for all.
When: Friday and Saturday, September 27-28 2019
Where: Dahlberg Hall at Georgia State University - 30 Cortland St NE Atlanta GA 30303
Who: Bicycle advocates, community members, industry representatives, planners + engineers, elected officials, government staff members, and more!
Friday September 27th (free but please get a ticket if planning on attending)
8AM-9AM - Breakfast
Learning from Our Neighbor Tennessee: Active Transportation Planning and Advocacy in the Volunteer State
Leslie Meehan, MPA, AICP - Director of the Office of Primary Prevention at the Tennessee Department of Health
Nora Kern, Executive Director of Walk Bike Nashville
Outdoor Recreation is Everywhere - Bicycle Tourism + Industry in Georgia and the Burgeoning Statewide OR Movement
George Dusenbury (Trust for Public Land) on the creation of the Georgia outdoor recreation coalition
Brent Buice (East Coast Greenway) on the ECG, bike tourism, connecting trails to cities, and economic opportunity
Kate Gates (Mulberry Gap) + Brett Davidson (MTB Atlanta) on mountain bike tourism in Georgia + growth of trails as both daily recreation and destination tourism
Earl Serafica of Earl's Bike Shop on opening a bike shop and engaging with the community about bicycles as daily transportation and recreation
TJ Kaplan (JL Morgan) on the broader political landscape in Georgia and looking forward to 2020's legislative session
Welcome to Atlanta Group Ride
6:00-6:30PM - meet at Woodruff Park (corner of Peachtree St and Auburn Ave) for monthly Atlanta Critical Mass with 300+ riders! Inclusive, no drop 12-15 mile long ride at 10mph pace.
Rides leaves at 6:45PM and ends at Georgia Beer Garden (420 Edgewood Ave SE) around 8:15-8:30PM for an after party!
Join us for the ride and/or the party!
Saturday September 28th
8AM-9AM - Breakfast
Opening Plenary: Past, Present, and Future of Bicycles as a Part of Atlanta's Transportation Landscape with Dr. Renée Skeete, Nedra Deadwyler, King Williams and Darin Givens
1st AM Breakout Sessions
Engaging and Empowering Your Community with Bike/Walk Audits - Caila Brown of Bike Walk Savannah
Bicycling + Older Adults: Programs and Planning in Metro Atlanta - Katie Perumbeti of Atlanta Regional Commission and Cheryl Burnette of Decatur Active Living
Intro to Bikepacking + Bikexploring - Devin Cowens of WTF Bikexplorers ATL
2nd AM Breakout Sessions
Safe Routes to Schools in Georgia: Best Practices + Opportunities - Pattie Pittman of the Georgia Safe Routes to Schools Resource Center
How Advocates Can Use Data for Better Results: Breaking Down the "Safe Streets for Walking and Biking" Report - Byron Rushing of Atlanta Regional Commission
Ticket Diversion: the Atlanta Model Education, Equity and Community Building - Stephen Spring of Atlanta Bicycle Coalition
12:30PM - Lunch
Midday Session: Creative Grassroots Actions for Mobility Justice in Atlanta + Youth Bike Summit in Atlanta 2020
Organizers of the DeKalb Ave Rush Hour Slow Roll + West Peachtree Human-Protected Bike/Scooter Lane and Bike Law Georgia + the Respect Cascade Campaign
Youth Bike Summit 2020 in Atlanta Presentation by BRAG Dream Team + YBS 2020 Host Committee
PM Breakout Session
Designing an Effective and Uniform Survey to Understand the Impacts of Shared Mobility in Your City - Yi Wen of University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Getting More People on Bikes! A Bicycle Co-op/Program Roundtable - Josh Mendez of Sopo Bicycle Cooperative, Nadine Peever of FB4K ATL, and Michael Flueckiger of Spokes for Global Folks
Bicycle at Atlanta's Universities - A Panel with Bike GT from Georgia Tech, Starter Bikes from Emory University, and Panther Bikes at Georgia State University.
Sunday September 29th:
Two Great Bike Events!
Atlanta Streets Alive - Southwest
Six Gap Century and Three Gap Fifty Ride in Dahlonega, GA
Please bike, walk, or take transit to the Summit!
Dahlberg Hall is conveniently located 1/3 of a mile from the Georgia State MARTA station.
Bike Parking is available across the street in front of the GSU Student Center as well as in front of the Student Recreation Center at Piedmont + Gilmer (one block from Dahlberg Hall). There is also bike parking further down Cortland near Edgewood and Auburn Ave, about a block from Dahlberg Hall.
If you need to drive to the Summit, there is visitor parking deck behind Dahlberg Hall - Atlanta M Deck. See below map for location and other parking details at GSU. There are also surface lots in the surrounding area.
255 Courtland Street NE Atlanta, GA 30303
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