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Walk/Bike/Places 2021
June 15–18, 2021
Indianapolis & Online

Program

In-Person Program (download)
Welcome
10:00 AM
 – 
11:00 AM
 EDT
Online
Welcome to Walk/Bike/Places
  • Ellen McDermott, Project for Public Spaces
  • Juliet Kahne, Project for Public Spaces
  • Jim Walker, Big Car Collaborative
  • Elizabeth Nash, Big Car Collaborative
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Tuesday General Session
11:00 AM
 – 
12:00 PM
 EDT
Online
Public Space and the Pandemic: Lessons in Access, Inclusion & Justice
  • Quemuel Arroyo, State of NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority
  • Juliette Rizzo, Pedestrian and Safe Streets Advocate, Former Ms. Wheelchair America
  • Warren Logan, City of Oakland
  • Joelle Galatan, Brandeis University
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Sponsored Breakout Sessions
1:00 PM
 – 
2:00 PM
 EDT
Online
Bike Room Design Best Practices
  • Jason Jenkins, Dero
  • Lou Fineberg, Dero
Technology Innovations
Online
Building Complete Bike Networks Fast: Lessons Learned from Austin and New Orleans
  • Laura Dierenfield, City of Austin
  • Jim Wick, MoveATX
  • Jennifer Ruley, City of New Orleans
  • Dan Favre, BikeEasy
  • Sara Studdard, PeopleforBikes
Justice, Advocacy, & Policy
Online
For More Equitable Spaces, Democratize Data
  • Caitlin Hewett, Remix by Via
Technology Innovations
Online
Fostering Local Community Support Through Technology
  • Yennie Solheim, Niantic, Inc.
  • Leah Caudell-Feagan, Niantic, Inc.
  • Sheila McElroy, Consultant
  • Atiya Wells, Backyard Basecamp, Inc.
  • Andrea Greer, Project Row Houses
  • Eureka Gilkey, Project Row Houses
Technology Innovations
Online
Is your community truly "age-friendly"?
  • Michael Watson, AARP
Other
Online
When Temporary Solutions Become Permanent
  • Ramon Santiago, ZICLA
Other
Sponsored Breakout Sessions
1:00 pm
 – 
2:00 pm
 EDT
Online
When Temporary Solutions Become Permanent
  • Ramon Santiago, ZICLA
Other
Online
Building Complete Bike Networks Fast: Lessons Learned from Austin and New Orleans
  • Laura Dierenfield, City of Austin
  • Jim Wick, MoveATX
  • Jennifer Ruley, City of New Orleans
  • Dan Favre, BikeEasy
  • Sara Studdard, PeopleforBikes
Justice, Advocacy, & Policy
Online
Let the children rule the streets!
  • Viviana Cordero, Huasipichanga & University of Groningen
  • Maja Simoneti, IPoP Institute for Spatial Policies
  • Maciej Zacher, Municipality of Skawina
  • Gooitske Zijlstra, Gooitz
  • Victoria Chavez, Huasipichanga
  • Beata Patuszyńska, cityforchildren.pl
  • Paula Gallo, Recreate Place
Health, Equity, & Access
Online
Is your community truly "age-friendly"?
  • Michael Watson, AARP
Other
Online
Fostering Local Community Support Through Technology
  • Yennie Solheim, Niantic, Inc.
  • Leah Caudell-Feagan, Niantic, Inc.
  • Sheila McElroy, Consultant
  • Atiya Wells, Backyard Basecamp, Inc.
  • Andrea Greer, Project Row Houses
  • Eureka Gilkey, Project Row Houses
Technology Innovations
Tuesday Mobile Workshops
2:30 pm
 – 
6:00 pm
 EDT
In-Person
MOBILE WORKSHOP: Indiana Ave (Walking Tour)
  • Sampson Levingston, Through2Eyes
Other
In-Person
MOBILE WORKSHOP: Cultural Trail Bike Tour
  • Sarah Frey, Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc.
In-Person
MOBILE WORKSHOP: Aestheticize: 10,000 Steps of Culture, Community and Place (Bike Tour)
  • Joanna Taft, Harrison Center;Andrea Watts, City of Indianapolis;
  • Shirley Webster, Hillside Neighborhood Association
  • Beth Nevel, City of Indianapolis
Tuesday Breakout 1
3:00 pm
 – 
4:00 pm
 EDT
Online
Building Capacity for Change: Restorative Practices in a Post George Floyd World
  • Cody Christianson, Bolton & Menk, Inc.
  • Jen Krava, Forecast Public Art
  • Haila Maze, Bolton & Menk, Inc.
  • Lyssa Washington, 4RM+ULA
Justice, Advocacy, & Policy
Online
It's More than Paint: Lessons from Charlotte, NC and Chattanooga, TN on small scale street implementations
  • Erika Roberts, Glass House Collective
  • Teal Thibaud, Glass House Collective
  • Monica Carney Holmes, City of Charlotte
  • Erin Chantry, City of Charlotte
  • Charlotte Lamb, City of Charlotte
  • David Smith, City of Charlotte
Creative Programming
Online
Innovations to realize mobility options for low-income residents: multi-sectoral collaboration and subsidies
  • Nathan McNeil, Portland State University
  • Rachel Hatch, The McConnell Foundation
  • Anne Thomas, Shasta Living Streets
Creative Programming
Online
Community Engagement During and After COVID: Challenges and Solutions
  • Marian Bell, Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative
  • Rebecca Draper, Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative
  • Norma Fernandez, EveryoneOn
  • Alan Pullman, Studio One Eleven
Creative Programming
Tuesday Breakout 2
5:00 pm
 – 
6:00 pm
 EDT
Online
Persevering during a pandemic to support the safety and mobility of child and youth pedestrians
  • Marissa Meyer, City of Milwaukee
  • Nancy Pullen-Seufert, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
  • Lily Reynolds, Complete Streets at City of Philadelphia
Health, Equity, & Access
Online
Congress takes on Infrastructure: American Jobs Plan, and Transportation Reauthorization
  • Caron Whitaker, League of American Bicyclists
Justice, Advocacy, & Policy
Online
Lessons From 2020: How Mobility Changed During the Pandemic
  • Kyle Wagenschutz, PeopleForBikes
  • Vanessa Gallego, FUGA
  • Sean Co, StreetLight Data
  • Frank Stone, Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc.
  • Claudio Rodriguez, FUGA Tucson
Justice, Advocacy, & Policy
Online
From Vacant to Vibrant
  • Karlos Marshall, The Conscious Connect, Inc.
  • Moses Mbeseha, The Conscious Connect, Inc.
  • Leela Shanker, The Flint Collective - NYC
  • Aaron Greiner, CultureHouse
Creative Programming
Tuesday Evening Events
7:00 pm
 – 
9:00 pm
 EDT
Online
Online Happy Hour: Meet your [City]makers presented by Connect the Dots
  • Marisa Denker, Connect the Dots
  • Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman, THINK.urban
In-Person
Happy Hour by the Canal: Hosted by Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc.