Thursday, May 03, 2012
Making all communities walkable for all people
Pedestrians Count is the only event of its kind focused solely on pedestrians and it provides an opportunity for advocates, practitioners and researchers to come together to share best practices, ask and answer questions, work to integrate data across fields, and to continue build a solid foundation for improving the pedestrian environment.
Session topics will include walkability to transit and TOD, Sustainable Communities Strategies, health equity, and pedestrian data collection. Statewide professionals, academics, and community leaders will share their current and most promising work. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from, share, and network with California's leaders in pedestrian safety and walkable communities.
Dr. Richard Jackson, UC Los Angeles
Holly Sisneros, CA Department of Public Health
David Cohen, Federal Highway Administration
Jill Cooper, UC Berkeley SafeTREC Rady Children's Hospital