Get involved! Join us and other partners for conferences and workshops this year.
Better Bike Share Conference
June 22-24, 2016 — Philadelphia, PA
We invite you to share your expertise with key stakeholders and members of the bike share and social justice communities at our national conference in Philadelphia, June 22-24. Call for proposals and conference topics are due by February 29. Conference registration opens March 1. Details available at this link above.
Pro Walk / Pro Bike / Pro Place
September 12-15, 2016 — Vancouver, Canada
The 19th Pro Walk/Pro Bike/Pro Place in Vancouver is expected to draw 1,000 city planners, transportation engineers, public health professionals, elected officials, community leaders, and professional walking and bicycling advocates. Breakout sessions, panel discussions, and poster sessions address the latest trends, research, and best practices. Plenary speakers bring perspectives from other disciplines, and other experiences to help improve and expand your practice.
September 26-29, 2016 — Seattle, WA
Now in its fifth year, the conference is the nation’s premier gathering of transportation leaders and practitioners from across the country.
Start your trip to the Pacific Northwest with Seattle Summer Parkways, an open streets festival. Then over the next few days, experience the unique culture of the area, combining a public appreciation of art, a growing café scene, ties to Scandinavia, lush urban gardens (and spectacular scenery all around), and of course, a high level of respect for best practices in transportation.
50+ on-the-street WalkShops, and highly targeted workshops, plenaries, and networking opportunities attract over 500 transportation leaders from across the country, and abroad.
This year there is also an optional one-day trip to nearby Portland, OR!
NABSA Annual Conference
November 9-11, 2016 — Austin, TX
The 2016 NABSA Annual Meeting will be held November 10-11 in downtown Austin, Texas! On Wednesday, November 9, we will host preliminary sessions for new bike share programs and those looking into starting them, as well as a set of technical and field workshops.
Stay tuned for more details!