2020 Wyoming Active Transportation – Bike Walk Trails Summit
June 24 @ 1:00 pm - June 26 @ 12:00 pm
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Calling all Biking, Walking, & Trail Advocates, Wyoming Elected Leaders, Planners, Engineers, Transportation & Recreation Leaders, Public Health Practitioners, and Tourism Professionals
Please Join Wyoming Pathways and Platte River Trails for The 2020 Wyoming Active Transportation Bike | Walk | Trails Summit – “Connecting Plans to Action”, this June in Casper.
The agenda is designed to provide strategies and tools to help you move past the planning stage to make your projects a reality. The 2020 Summit will be the premier gathering of people interested in bicycling and walking and how these “active modes” of transportation can benefit our communities and the State of Wyoming.
COVID-19 Plan: As COVID-19 (the Coronavirus) grows as a public health concern, we will be working with our Public Health partner, the Wyoming Department of Health, to keep abreast of the latest developments and will continue to monitor the situation over the next couple of months. Because our events are occurring far enough in the future that we are uncertain what June will bring, we will reach out as the events draw nearer if contingency plans are necessary. We appreciate your understanding and we are very hopeful that our June events will not be affected.
The Platte River Trails Trust and Wyoming Pathways will again co-present the 2020 Wyoming Active Transportation Bike Walk Trails Summit in Casper, WY June 24-26. The Summit will provide an opportunity for community leaders, biking and walking advocates, and transportation, recreation, and health professio
nals, to focus on helping Wyoming communities produce implementable plans and programs to realize the economic, quality of life and health benefits of active transportation.
Get special room rates at our Summit Lodging Partner,
the Ramkota Hotel and Convention Center.
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Wednesday June 24th:
Walkable Bikeable Business-Ready Communities Tour
Welcome and Dinner at Tate Pumphouse
Keynote Address by Jessica Fields
Thursday, June 25th:
Connecting Plans to Actions with State Leaders Panel
Community Pathways and Local Streets Session
Rural Bicycling Routes and Activating Rural Economies
Health Benefits, Cost Savings, and Safety Enhancements Panel
Walkable Downtowns for Every Wyoming Community Session
Natural Surface Trails – Plan and Build your own Community Trails
Casper Night Out, Gruner Brothers Brew Pub
Friday, June 26th:
Optional: Natural Surface Trail Builders Workshop
Optional: Design Best Practices for Biking and Walking Facilities
These optional workshops are complimentary for Summit attendees and will be offered simultaneously on Friday morning. If Summit attendees plan to attend one of the workshops, they will be asked to choose one during the registration process.
The Natural Surface Trail Builders Workshop is for those interested in natural surface trails and will be led by noted Trail Building Consultant, Todd Thibodeau.
The Design Best Practices for Biking and Walking Facilities Workshop will be led by Toole Design Senior Planner, Trung Vo. This workshop is also open to non-Summit attendees as well, for a $40 registration fee.
Continuing Education Credits will be available for both the Summit (8hrs.) and the Design Best Practices Workshop (4hrs.).
Jessica Fields, P.E., AICP, Denver Office Director
Jessica is Toole Design’s Denver Office Director. With over 20 years of experience in transportation, she has focused her career on accessible and multimodal solutions. Jessica has helped improve communities across the U.S. through Complete Streets design, multimodal corridor planning, transit access planning, bicycle and pedestrian master planning, traffic calming work, and Vision Zero planning. She has led numerous regionally significant plans and designs, and is a trusted advisor to clients and partners.
Trung Vo, P.E., AICP, Senior Planner
Trung has spent nearly a decade in the public and private sectors planning, designing, and implementing projects and programs to make bicycling and walking safer and more comfortable for everyone. As a planner and engineer, his experience includes developing multimodal transportation plans at the local and regional scales, engaging the public with an equity lens, and advancing designs for bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure. Trung resides in Denver and spends his weekends hiking and biking with his wife and two sons.