The Pro Walk/Pro Bike® 2010 conference takes place this week in Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 13-16, and will have a wide-ranging program focusing on everything from basic bike/ped planning to sessions covering the latest design manuals in sessions led by national experts. The conference theme is Bringing Livable Communities to Scale—a timely theme considering how Federal agencies like DOT, EPA, HUD, and HHS are now beginning to coalesce their efforts under the umbrella of livability.
Julie Bond, Tampa BayCycle co-founder is part of a panel presentation set to take place on Tuesday, September 14.
Get out of Your Neighborhood and Into the Public Square - Tips and Strategies for Using Social Media
They say it’s the new public square, a cyber gathering place where relationships are grown. But it’s a scary new world and difficult to know where to begin. This session will discuss when, where, how and if social media is right for your organization; what steps are appropriate and how to be sustainable in your efforts. The panel will demonstrate ways use various platforms effectively and with proven results.
CM Credits 1.5
Kelley Segars, Principal Planner, Knoxville TPO
Ginny Sullivan, Special Projects Director, Adventure Cycling
Rebecca Serna, Executive Director, Atlanta Bicycle Coalition
Julie Bond, Research Associate, Center for Urban Transportation Research