KY Rails to Trails – Walk Bike Summit

rttKY Rails to Trails Council’s

Walk Bike Summit

Presented by McDonald’s of Frankfort

April 11-12, 2013

Registration is now open!

www.kywalkbikesummit.com

 

 

Join community leaders, advocates, professionals, local and national experts to discuss how bicycling and walking can lead to safe communities, strong economies, and healthy, happy people across Kentucky.    

 Here are some highlights, featured speakers and panelists you’ll see at the Summit:  

 

·         Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson

·         Secretary Mike Hancock, KY Transportation Cabinet

·         David Adkisson, President & CEO, KY Chamber of Commerce

·         Mayor Bill May, Frankfort

·         Mark Fenton, A national expert on walkable communities

·         Andy Clarke, President, League of American Bicyclists

·         A design track for planners, engineers and traffic engineers presented by FHWA 

·         Sessions on bicycle/pedestrian advocacy, education, planning, tourism, events, funding and more

·         Special clinics to help you start a community bike shop, mountain bike trail, and to improve your     bicycling skills

·         A night of fun at our reception at Buffalo Trace Distillery

·         And of course, walks and bike rides!

 

 

Visit our Program page for a detailed agenda.  Register today! www.kywalkbikesummit.com 

 

Sincerely,

KY Rails to Trails Council

Walk Bike Summit 2013 Planning Committee

www.kywalkbikesummit.com

kywalkbikesummit@gmail.com

www.kyrailtrail.org  


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