Your 2019 Missouri Active Transportation Summit Schedule and Program (August 9th, Columbia)

Ladies and Gentlemen, your 2019 Missouri Active Transportation Summit Schedule and Program:

8:15    Bike to the Summit departs, Forum MKT Trailhead, 2701 Forum Blvd, Columbia.
9:00-9:45      Opening Plenary Session, City Hall Council Chambers

Plenary Speech:   

Michael Wagler, Main Street Iowa

“Activating Community Revitalization with the Main Street Approach”

Plenary Speaker: Michael Wagler, Main Street Iowa

10:00-10:45              1st breakout session

(Armory Conference Room)

(Boone County Govt Center Chambers)

(City Hall Conference Room 1A/1B)

Complete Streets 2.0 - Rise of the New Mobility: E-bikes, Scooters, Bike Share, Complete System Integration (panel)

 

Paul Wojciechowski, Alta Planning+Design

 

Jaque Knight, CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners

 

Scott Ogilvie, Transportation Policy Planner, City of St. Louis

 

 

On Common Ground: Exploring the Social Justice Impact of Active Transportation

 

Nicholas Butler, University of Missouri’s Center for Health Policy

 

Bicycles and Missouri Law: Misconceptions about Biking and Driving: New research on Missouri drivers’ understanding of Missouri bicycle law and communicating to drivers about bicycling; E-Bikes: Who, what, and E-bike law & the law (panel)

 

Amanda Grimes, University of Missouri-Kansas City, BikeWalkKC

 

Ted Curtis, Bike/Ped Coordinator, City of Columbia

 

Paul Wojciechowski, Alta Planning+Design

 

10:55-11:40            2nd breakout session

(Armory Conference Room)

(Boone County Govt Center Chambers)

(City Hall Conference Room 1A/1B)

Local Action, Local Results: Live Healthy Live Well Lafayette County - The progress and the Rail Corridor; Joplin Trail Coalition Progress & Promise (panel)

 

Marsha Corbin, Old Trails Regional Partnership

 

Steve Rhoades, Vireo

 

Braden Horst, President, Joplin Trails Coalition

 

Missouri State Parks: Grant Funding and Partnerships

 

Dawn Fredrickson, Director of Grants, Recreation, and Interpretation Program, Missouri State Parks

 

Ben Nagy, Trail Coordinator, Missouri State Parks

 

Experiencing Active Transportation from Both Sides: Developing a Complete Transportation System in Springfield - Lessons from 40 years experience in the field; Car Brain to Bicycle Brain

 

David Hutchison, Springfield Public Works (retired), Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals – Missouri Chapter, Missouri Bicycle & Pedestrian Federation

 

Bill Donnelly, bicyclist

 

 

 

1:00-1:45      Keynote Session, City Hall Council Chambers

Keynote Speech:             

Mike Sutherland, Missouri State Parks

“Missouri State Parks & Trails: Katy, Rock Island, and Beyond”

Keynote Speaker: Mike Sutherland, Missouri State Parks

2:00-2:45                 3rd breakout session

(Armory Conference Room)

(Boone County Govt Center Chambers)

(City Hall Conference Room1A/1B)

The Dirt Path to Oz: Retirement community to mountain bike destination; Missouri's new Butterfield Stage Experience gravel route; Missouri’s cross-state routes and trails potential (panel)

 

Paul Wojciechowski, Alta Planning+Design

 

Mac Vorce, Director, Warsaw Chamber of Commerce

 

Chase Crawford, Hickory County Commission

 

Sheridan Garman-Neeman, Executive Director, Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission

 

Brent Hugh, Executive Director, Missouri Bicycle & Pedestrian Federation

 

Josh Adams, Missouri Trails Project

MoDOT's Bike/Ped Program: Past, present, and (with your help) future

 

Jenni Hosey, Senior Multimodal Operations Specialist, MoDOT

 

 

Columbia Vision Zero: Driving traffic deaths and injuries to zero

 

Richard Stone, Engineering & Operations Manager, City of Columbia Public Works

 

 

 

3:00-3:45                4th breakout session

(Armory Conference Room)

(Boone County Govt Center Chambers)

(City Hall Conference Room 1A/1B)

Getting Everyone on a Cycle: Cycle accessibility for all people and all abilities with the Columbia Bike Coop, Bike to the Future, and Bike St Louis (panel)

 

Hugh Share, Cycle St Louis

Sid Popejoy, Bike to the Future

Martin Wills, CoMO Bike Co-op

Active Transportation and the Experience Economy: 2500 Miles of Art & Culture; Implementing realistic bike/ped in rural communities with the STAR Guide

 

Louis Riggs, Missouri House of Representatives

Aaron Defenbaugh, Alta Planning+Design

What’s in a Name: Low Speed/Low Volume Roadways; Big Results On A Small Budget

 

Paul Wojciechowski, Principal, Alta Planning+ Design (Central Region)

 

4:00-5:00    Concurrent walk and bike tours of Columbia

Meet near City Hall Main Entrance

Meet at City Hall Lobby

Bike Tour: Innovations of Columbia’s bike network

 

Ted Curtis, Bike/Ped Coordinator, City of Columbia

 

Pedego will have a few e-bikes available if you can’t bring your own bike!

Walking Tour: An African-American History of Columbia

 

Ian Thomas, Columbia City Council, AmericaWalks

 

5:00-done      Summit wrap-up and social hour, Logboat Brewing company, 504 Fay Street

                        Walking and Bike Tours will end at Logboat Brewing

 

Register for the 2019 Summit here. The Summit is Friday, August 9th, 2019 starting at Columbia City Hall at 9:00am

Full 2019 Summit Program here (pdf format)

 

Bring people from across Missouri together is one important way we help accomplish all of the goals of our Vision for Bicycling and Walking in Missouri.

Your ongoing membership and generous financial support helps turn our Vision into reality.