Vision Zero Conference 2022 Mobile Workshops: See Vision Zero Projects in Action

by | April 8, 2022 | News, Biking in Philly, Vision Zero | 0 comments

To get pumped for the 2022 Vision Zero PHL Conference, we are hosting two mobile workshops on Friday, April 29. The workshops will feature guest speakers from oTIS, Streets and PPA who will describe the projects. The mobile workshops are free to all registered conference participants and Bicycle Coalition members,

Not a Bicycle Coalition member yet? Join today (pay-what-you-can) and register for the Vision Zero mobile workshops as your first member perk event!

Workshop #1 – Protected Bike Lanes from West Philly to Central Delaware Avenue Trail Bike Ride

8:30 am start at Parkside & Brynmawr Avemeet us at 30th St Station at 8 am to take SEPTA Regional Rail to the start point (fare required)
Ride the protected bike lanes on Parkside, Chestnut St. Bridge, and Race St, and finish at the Central Delaware River Trail for the 10:30 ribbon cutting hosted by Delaware River Waterfront Corporation. Register here.
Guests: Jeannette Brugger & Kelley Yemen (oTIS)

 

Workshop #2 – North Philly Traffic Calming Infrastructure Bike Ride

2 pm start at the Lil’ Philly Safety Village in Hunting Park – bring your bike on the BSL up to Hunting Park station

We’ll see the Lil’ Safety Village traffic park, then ride to Roosevelt Boulevard to hear about the automated safety camera from a PPA staff person. We’ll then head to the Fairhill Slow Zone, the raised bike lane on American Street and the Frankford Ave/Trenton Ave roundabout. Register here.
Guests (invited): Gus Scheerbaum (Streets) & Casey Ross (oTIS) & Michael Smakulski from the PPA (confirmed)

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