The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission

on Wednesday, March 27, 2013 |


In recent years, Philadelphia and its neighbors have made a variety of efforts to support residents, workers, and visitors who travel by foot and bike. Counties and municipalities made multimillion dollar investments to both connect and expand our regional trails, collectively known as The Circuit. Additional improvements were made through PennDOT construction projects, such as the Route 202 Parkway, through county and local planning efforts, such as the ongoing Burlington County bicycle master plan, and through the continuing support of private foundations. To further efforts to expand transportation choices, DVRPC and the Philadelphia Mayor's Office of Transportation and Utilities invite you to learn more about recent investments and emerging best practices at the Greater Philadelphia Pedestrian and Bicycle Summit!
The Summit will include sessions on the region's trail network, policies for protecting pedestrians, methods for expanding the bicycle network, evolving best practices and standards, and community investments in active transportation. You can access the full agenda here:www.dvrpc.org/Transportation/BicyclePedestrian/pdf/GreaterPhilaBikePedSummit2013_Progam.pdf
To register for the summit on April 30th, visit: http://phillypedbikesummit.eventbrite.com.
AICP CM credits are pending (up to 6.75 credits for the full day)