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Pedestrians Count! Data, Modeling & Advocacy Workshop
Sunday, October 3, 2010 at 9:00 AM - Tuesday, October 5, 2010 at 4:30 PM (PDT)
$50 pays for all three days. Please select the ticket which corresponds to days you will be attending.
More information at https://www.californiawalks.org/Pedestrians_Count_.html
A hands-on workshop to learn and practice current pedestrian data collection, analysis and modeling strategies together with strategic advocacy planning. Statewide professionals, academics and community leaders will share their current and most promising work. Make sure you don’t miss this opportunity to learn from, share and network with California’s leaders in pedestrian safety and walkable communities.
Sunday, Oct. 3 9-4:30 Statewide Strategic Walk Advocacy Planning Workshop with lunch, fun & film at North Berkeley Senior Center, MLK & Hearst Directions: TRAIN Capitol Corridor: 20% Discount Berkeley Station Take AC Transit #51B to MLK/University Ave stop, north 2 blocks on MLK to No.Berk Sr. Center
From Richmond Rail station transfer to BART North Berkeley Station
BART:Up Ohlone Greenway east across from North Berkeley BART or 2 blocks north from AC Transit #51B stop at MLK & University Ave (north and westbound from Downtown Berkeley BART and eastbound from Amtrak/Capitol Corridor) or two blocks north of University Avenue at MLK & Hearst) .
Bike parking available at the Brower Center (Oct. 4-5), in front of the North Berkeley Sr. Center (Oct. 3) and secure bike parking at the Bike Station, 1/2 block from Downtown Berkeley BART on Shattuck just south of Allston Way, http://alamedabicycle.com/station_berkeley.html
Brower Center: Downtown Berkeley BART stop for BART and all AC Transit, at corner of Allston Way & Shattuck, walk east on Allston Way 1 block to Brower Center
check www.511.org for further directions
20% Discount for Capitol Corridor rail travel to Peds Count! Workshop Click here or em firstname.lastname@example.org for discount code
We will be auctioning this beautiful platter signed by the artist and a keychain, both by Boris Bally
We also have this elegant necklace by JoIris Designs
State of California Business Transportation & Health Agency, Strategic Growth Council
If interested in exhibiting, or in a registration or travel scholarship please email email@example.com
If you are interested carpooling to the conference contact akelso(at)walksacramento.org.
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CaliforniaWALKS mentors pedestrian advocacy, supports local groups and advances pedestrian safety and walkable communities statewide. Roadway, crosswalk and intersection designs are developed at the state or national level but affect local walking. We can walk more, and drive less, if it safe to walk. California WALKS works for walkable communities for everyone in California. For more information, visit californiawalks.org