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CNU 20 - Beyond Bike Lanes: Building a Culture of Bicycle Safety

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Published on May 29, 2012

Cycling is catching on as a viable alternative to the automobile. Bicycle commuting increased by more than 60% between 2000 and 2010 in the 70 largest cities in the U.S.. Nonetheless, cycling can be deadly, particularly in Florida, which is home to the four most dangerous cities for pedestrians and cyclists. While New Urbanists have been at the forefront of efforts to promote bicycle infrastructure, simply building bike lanes is not enough to reduce cycling-related deaths and injuries. In this session we will hear from leaders at the forefront of Florida's bicycle safety movement and discuss strategies for combining infrastructure, programming, advocacy, and policy to create a broader culture of bicycle safety.

Keri Caffrey, Co-founder, CyclingSavvy
DeWayne Carver, Senior Project Manager, Hall Planning & Engineering, Inc
Robert Kamm, Executive Director, Space Coast Transportation Planning Agency

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