Class Series! Learn How to Create a Bicycle-Friendly Community

March 21st, 2013 in Bicycle Safety

Did you know that BU has a class in Bicycle Planning? Offered by the Metropolitan College City Planning and Urban Affairs program, the course covers a wide range of topics to teach the next generation of planners the state-of-the-art for creating bicycle-friendly communities. The course is taught by David Watson, executive director of MassBike, who has invited some great guest speakers to create a mini-lecture series: “The Future of Bicycling.”

Hear practical advice from people working hard to make bicycling better, safer, and more convenient in Massachusetts. Presented in cooperation with MET UA550 Bicycle Planning and Advocacy. All lectures are 6-7 pm at 890 Commonwealth Avenue (EOP), Room 262.

3/28: The Future of Bicycling: Laws & Policies

Catherine Cagle, Manager of Sustainable Transportation, MassDOT

4/4: Nick Jackson, Toole Design Group (community bicycle plans)
4/11: Phil Goff, Alta Planning & Design (tools for bicycle planning)
4/25: Sean Pfalzer, Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization (funding for bicycle infrastructure)

Contact David Watson for more information.