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Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition Summit 2013 (Feb. 26, Palo Alto)

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  • Asha Weinstein Agrawal
    ... From: Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition Date: Fri, Feb 1, 2013 at 3:23 PM Subject: Join SVBC and Stanford Hospital & Clinics
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      From: Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition <colin@...>
      Date: Fri, Feb 1, 2013 at 3:23 PM
      Subject: Join SVBC and Stanford Hospital & Clinics for SV Bike Summit 2013

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      Please join Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition and Stanford Hospital &
      Clinics for an in-depth discussion on ways that governments, law
      enforcement, and advocates can work together to create safe, welcoming
      environments for bicyclists.

      This community-building annual event will take place on February 26,
      from 11:45 to 4:30, at the Oshman Family Jewish Community Center in
      Palo Alto. Click here to register for this great event

      We are excited to welcome our two guest speakers:

      Mia Birk is the former Manager of the City of Portland’s Bicycle
      Program, where she oversaw the city’s transformation into the most
      bike-friendly place in the nation. She is currently an adjunct
      professor at Portland State University, a president of Alta Planning +
      Design, and the celebrated author of Joyride: Pedaling Toward a
      Healthier Planet.

      Charlie Gandy, an expert in community design, founded and served as
      the first Executive Director of the Texas Bicycle Coalition (now Bike
      Texas) from 1990 to 1994. Gandy also played a lead role in bicycle
      infrastructure developments as the Mobility Coordinator for Long Beach
      California’s Bike Long Beach program and was chosen as Host Chair for
      the Pro Walk/Pro Bike Conference in Long Beach in September of 2012.

      The event will also feature a panel of local experts and innovators
      who will discuss recent progress in making our roads safer for all
      users. The panel will discuss infrastructure, education efforts and
      strategies for improving the behavior of both people on bikes and
      people in cars.

      Admission is $25. A light lunch will be provided. Scholarships are
      available for those to whom the cost of admission is prohibitive.
      Please contact colin@... to apply for a scholarship.

      Visit http://svbikesummit2013.eventbrite.com for your tickets before
      February 15!
      1922 The Alameda Suite 420 | San Jose, CA 95126 US
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