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Beyond Protected Bicycle Lanes – The Role of All Ages and Abilities Networks

In a few short years since the publication of the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide, protected bicycle lanes have become a best practice tool in the U.S., and implementation is growing exponentially in cities across North America. While early demonstrations of protected bicycle lanes has been a game changer for street design, many cities are now working to connect protected bicycle lanes, bicycle boulevards and off street trails to create connected all ages and abilities (low-stress) networks to capture short trips. In this session, hear from U.S. cities that are leading the movement to meet urban mobility demand through the planning and implementation of all ages and abilities networks, setting the stage for rapid mode shift.