March 16: Vision Zero Conference at Temple University

Registration is now open for the Vision Zero for PHL 2019 Conference on March 16.  The event is organized by the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia.  The Department of Planning and Community Development is proud to partner with them to bring the conference to Temple and to sponsor the event.

Vision Zero for PHL 2019 Conference is the fourth annual conference hosted by the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia.  This year’s conference features talks by Veronica Davis of Nspiregreen, Coralette Hannon of AARP, Deputy Managing Director Brian Abernathy, Council President Darrell Clarke, and Mayor Jim Kenney.  Alison Conway of City College and Amy Cohen of Families of Safe Streets (NYC) will also be speaking.  Topics range from planning, equity and implementation challenges and opportunities, such as managing freight in urban environments, protected bike lanes, neighborhood listening sessions, project delivery, organizing families of traffic victims and a traffic calming monopoly game.

The Bicycle Coalition is able to offer the general public tickets at a sliding scale, ensuring that the most vulnerable populations to traffic violence are able to attend.

Detailed program schedule is now online

The Program includes featured speakers, mobile workshops, and titles of panels and breakout sessions

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