BUILDING A BETTER BICYCLE NETWORK WORKSHOP
Place: The Florida Community Design Center
300 E. University Ave. Suite 110
Gainesville FL 32602 Phone 352.334.7111
Date: August 31, 2006
Time: 6-9 PM
Who is this workshop for?
Local Elected Officials; City and County staff; parents/guardians
who want to make a safe place for children to bicycle to and from
school, parks, and places they want to go; and local organizations
that aim to improve our local/regional bicycle network.
What is the purpose of the workshop?
To support improvement of the local/regional bicycle network for
reasons of, including, but not limited to, increasing bicycle
transportation and recreation opportunities in coordination with
new development, in-fill development, land trusts,
neighborhood/community programs, and energy consumption reduction
Herb Hiller Presentation: "Bicycling and a Broader Florida
6:00 - 6:30 PM
Robin Turner Presentation: "Office of Greenways and Trails -
Opportunities Maps: What They Are & How They Are Used"
6:30 - 6:45 PM
Martin Gold Presentation: "Bicycle Master Plan Addendum:
Conceptualization & Map: Overview & Priority Projects"
6:45 - 7:20 PM
[15 min. break]
(40 min.) Discussion w/ viewing of the overlaid map
Mike Escalante: MTPO Bicycle Facilities Planning
Honorable Commissioner Mike Byerly Presentation: "LDRs and New
Development in Unincorporated Areas"
8:25 - 8:45 PM
Final Comments and Questions: Remaining 15 minutes
This workshop is co-sponsored by Florida Bicycle Association and
Bike Florida, and hosted by Alachua County Bicycle Alliance. Thank
you to the Florida Community Design Center for providing the
Kiara S. Winans
Env. Engineering Department
University of Florida