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2018 Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit Resources

Below you will find links to download PDF versions of most of the presentations that were part of the 2018 Wyoming Bike Walk Trails Summit.  They are organized in order of presentation, by Summit Day.  We are working to add the missing presentations and resource links and will do so as soon as they are available.  In the meantime, please enjoy the compelling presentations, which we hope will inspire you to do great things in your communities. Also, if you attended the Summit and have not already done so, please complete our survey.


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All Presentations (84MB zip file)



Monday

Pecha Kuchas:

01-Green River
02-Platte River Trails (YouTube video)
03-Friends of Pathways (Vimeo video)
04-Sheridan Community Land Trust
05-Jackson Hole Pathways
06-Cody Bike Park and Trails
07-Teton Valley Trails and Pathways
08-Wyoming State Parks Trails
09-Laramie/COG Trails
10-Wyoming Main Streets

Dan Burden Keynote Address:

How to Live Longer and Happier Lives Through Active Livable Communities



Tuesday

Joe Gilpin:

The 2018 Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force Report:
Understanding the opportunities, benefits and challenges in Wyoming

Panel Discussion:

Improve Health Outcomes with Active Living Programs

Rails to Trails:

Great American Rail Trail

Adventure Cycling:

US Bicycle Routes in Wyoming

Community Builders:

Making the Economic Case for Active Transportation. (coming soon)

Mobycon:

From Living City to Living Street: Dutch Solutions for Walking and Biking in the US.

Dan Burden:

Walk Audit – Walking Workshop



Wednesday

Community Builders Workshop:

Bring Home a Plan for Your Community Main Street (coming soon)
Additional Resource Links:
(coming soon)

Mobycon Workshop:

Vision Zero + Complete Streets in Action: Safe streets for All Road Users



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