This panel discussion will focus on the systemic changes that need to happen to push the transportation system towards sustainability and equity.
A new book outlines how to make city riding safe, practical and convenient for all. Join editors John Pucher and Ralph Buehler for a virtual presentation of their findings on May 20. Cycling is the most sustainable means of urban travel, practical for most short- and medium-distance trips—commuting to and from work and school, shopping, […]
The Bicycle Leadership Conference (BLC) is the world’s leading event for bike industry professionals to learn, network and grow the industry. Join PeopleForBikes November 2-3, 2021, for two days of business intelligence, dynamic keynotes, training sessions and discussing critical issues facing the bike industry. Network with fellow industry professionals and learn from PeopleForBikes' interactive continuing […]
Hindsight is an annual conference on urban planning through an equity lens, organized and run by the American Planning Association New York Metro Chapter’s Diversity Committee (DivComm). Each year, Hindsight selects a theme, often around a significant urban planning and equity-related milestone, to not only shed light on the discriminatory history of planning and its […]
The in-person Bicycle Leadership Conference returns to sunny California March 21-23, 2022, for three days of discussions on the most important issues facing bicycling and the bike industry. Plus, inspiring keynotes, educational sessions, networking and, of course, spectacular bike rides. Keynote speakers include the extremely popular Guy Raz, host of NPR’s top-rated podcasts “How I […]
Shared mobility is fundamental for a sustainable, equitable future, but we need to work together to make it work. We need to take collective action. Together—public agencies, private companies, non-profits, community groups, and advocates—we can find the values, interests, and goals we have in common. We can share resources and insights that benefit the public […]