Pandemic Streets at the Iowa Bicycle Summit

Register today for the virtual Iowa Bicycle Summit on January 29 at www.iowabicyclesummit.com/register.

Our schedule is nearly final and we are excited to bring Annie Peyton to the Iowa Bicycle Summit.  Annie Peyton works with the National Association of City Transportation Officials – Global Designing Cities Initiative, an organization working to improve street design for people walking, cycling, and taking transit. She is a core member of the Streets for Kids program, which looks at streets through the lens of kids and caregivers, and co-authored the design guidebook Designing Streets for Kids. Annie’s career has focused on social and environmental justice in cities. She previously worked on landscape architecture and climate resilience projects in Thailand as a Henry Luce Scholar, and with the architecture firm MASS Design Group in Rwanda as a Global Health Corps Fellow, a program that brings people with nontraditional health backgrounds into the field of public health. Annie holds a Master and Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University, graduating with the architecture school’s Outstanding Thesis Award and Alpha Rho Chi Medal.

Annie is speaking at

Streets for Kids
January 28, 2021
11:00 am-11:50 am

Pandemic Streets by NACTO
January 29, 2021
11:00 am-12:00 pm

The Iowa Bicycle Summit has adapted this year to include the Friday Continuing Education tracks, the Iowa Bike Expo, and the Iowa Safe Routes to School Conference.  And, we are making this virtual conference seem like a real conference with participant kits, discussion and networking forums, and much more.  Continuing education credits are included with your registration fee for:

  • American Institute of Certified Planners Continuing Maintenance (AICP CM)
  • Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LA CES PDH)
  • National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) CEU equivalency petition
  • CEU equivalency petition for other organizations (please inquire with American Trails)

Don’t wait, Register today for the virtual Iowa Bicycle Summit on January 29 at www.iowabicyclesummit.com/register.

Questions?

Contact Mark Wyatt

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