The Better Bike Share Partnership, and the cities of Alexandria, Arlington, Baltimore, and Washington, DC are bringing together government practitioners from across the country to participate in a joint Bike Share and Cities for Cycling Roundtable. This event will provide peer learning opportunities to explore how bike and scooter share might impact what cities need for bike lane design and bike infrastructure, with the ultimate goal of addressing barriers to use for low-income and communities of color.
Sample Topics Covered:
Equitable Community-Led Planning Processes
Trends in Bike Signals and Detection
Managing the Regulatory Environment of Shared Micromobility
Using Shared Micromobility Data to Build Bike Networks
New Technology, Apps, and Data Platforms
Maintenance and Materials for Bikeways
Panels, interactive workshops, and design exercises will give participants new tools and implementation techniques to build better bike networks, as well as brainstorm process changes and challenges for managing and regulating shared micromobility.
June 8-10, 2020