Rolling Out the Welcome for Bikes: The Role of Parking in Bicycle-Friendly Places
Recorded on June 27, 2012 (60 minutes)

If you want to be a destination for the next generation, you'd better plan for plenty of bikes. Sure, bicycling has always been cool for kids, but pedaling from place to place is catching on with all ages. Providing exercise, reduced traffic congestion, and social benefits, bicycling can help solve many community challenges. Simple steps such as secure and convenient bike parking can help transform workplaces, universities, and neighborhoods and towns into bicycle-friendly destinations. This webinar, presented by the League of American Bicyclists, will share information about the Bicycle Friendly America program, which has already been adopted as a roadmap to success by hundreds of cities, businesses, and colleges nationwide. Don't miss the chance to hear best practices for bike parking planning and implementation ideas that work from around the country.

 

Instructor biographies:
 

Bill Nesper, Vice President, Programs, League of American Bicyclists

Bill Nesper oversees the Washington, D.C.-based League of American Bicyclists' Bicycle Friendly America program, which includes the Bicycle Friendly Community, Bicycle Friendly State, Bicycle Friendly University, and Bicycle Friendly Business recognition programs. In addition to leading the BFA program team, Nesper leads workshops and training events around the country to help people build great places for bicycling. During his nine-year tenure at the League, he has worked on everything from membership to managing the League's education and Bicycle Friendly America programs. He holds a master's degree from George Mason University and is a proud member of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals.

 

J.C. Porter, CAPP, Assistant Director, Transportation & Parking, Boise State University

J.C. Porter began his career in the transportation and parking industry six years ago in the transportation and parking services department at Boise State University.  In April 2009, he was promoted to assistant director of the department.  He successfully earned his CAPP certification in March 2012.  Porter is a board member of the Pacific Intermountain Parking and Transportation Association. He is an avid cyclist who bikes to work every day, year-round, snow, rain, or shine. 


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