National Center for Bicycling & Walking
Walk/Bike/Places - New Orleans
September 16-19, 2018
Register by August 17, 2018
The twentieth gathering of the Walk/Bike/Places conference will be in New Orleans this September 16-19. This year's conference will feature nearly 30 mobile workshops, more than 80 breakout sessions, and 3 hour long deep dives into timely topics such as tactical urbanism/quick builds, planning for autonomous vehicles and inequality. Register by August 17 to take advantage of the best pricing.
Walk/Bike/Places is North America's largest gathering of active transportation and placemaking professionals, advocates and aficionados. Topics covered during this 3.5 day conference will include: Complete Streets, Safe Routes to School, Protected Bikeways, Transit-Oriented Development, Pedestrian Safety, Travel Data and Modeling, Public Bikeshare (docked and dockless), Mobility Management, Placemaking, Tactical Urbanism and much more.
In addition to featuring the latest research and best practices on those topics already mentioned, the conference also reflects the best of the host city. That means in New Orleans our mobile workshops will celebrate the city's architecture, food, culture, history and more. Yes, you will see America's most famous street but you will also meet with inspiring social entrepreneurs and see some really amazing pop-up bike infrastructure. For the full program please visit the conference website.
We hope to see you in New Orleans at www.walkbikeplaces.org