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MoveTogether St. Louis!
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When: Tuesday, September 29
8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Where: Eric P. Newman Education Center
320 S. Euclid Ave.
St. Louis, Missouri  63110
United States
Contact: Debra Goeks

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You're invited to MoveTogether St. Louis! Sample APBP's Professional Development Seminar without busting your bank or your schedule! Meet and learn from leading active transportation professionals about best practices in walking, bicycling, complete streets and public health. Hear about successes and lessons learned and take home great ideas for making your neighborhood or community more walkable, livable and bicycle-friendly. This session is for St. Louisans not already registered for the full conference. Early bird registration rate is extended to  9/24 ($35; $15 for students). At the door: $70; $30 for students.

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MoveTogether St. Louis! includes these sessions:

8:00 to 9:30 a.m. | Opening Plenary
• Invited speakers: St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay; St. Louis County Executive Steve Senger; U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx
• Walking and Bicycling around North America in 1 Minute!  Ten brilliant people each give a one-minute pitch to entice inquiring minds to meet with them to learn more in the Walking and Bicycling Great Ideas session that follows.
9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. | Walking and Bicycling Great Ideas (round table discussions)
After the plenary session, grab some refreshments and you’re off to a stimulating series of “great ideas” discussions with our 1-minute presenters. You’ll have the opportunity to rotate between speakers. You can network with experts and other participants while exploring key lessons learned and strategies for success. Enjoy!
Walking Topics
Pedestrian Crossing Assessment
Turning Tragedy into Policy Adoption
Bicycling / Walking Topics
Cycling and Walking to Safer Streets: City of Vancouver, B.C. Pedestrian and Cycling Safety Studies
Creating a Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Improvement Program for Your Urban Area
Knocking on the Door of Behavior Change
Bicycling Topics
May the Best Concept Win: Pilot Routes for Neighborhood Greenways St. Louis
Implementing a Cycling Communications Plan: Lessons Learned from Year 1
Complete Streets Topics
Moving Beyond ‘Class’: A Flexible, Outcome-based Approach to Complete Streets Planning in Smaller Cities and Rural Communities
Health Topics
Do Changes to the Built Environment Support a Healthy City? A Case Study of the Comox-Helmcken Greenway in Vancouver, B.C.
The Impact of the Healthy Living Alliance on Public Health in the Springfield Area