Join NACTO and Philadelphia’s Office of Transportation, Infrastructure and Sustainability for a members-only “policy charrette” — a conversational review of an upcoming bicycling project.
To better connect residents and essential workers to key destinations, the City of Philadelphia is exploring a temporary network of protected bike lanes in three neighborhoods. Thoughtful, inclusive community engagement and clear, transparent public messaging will be key to the success of these streets for pandemic response. During this city-led discussion, Philadelphia will present their project and learn from peers in Pittsburgh, Boston, and Oakland about how each city has adapted its streets, messaged project goals and approaches, and incorporated public feedback.
Jeannette Brugger, AICP – Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator, Office of Complete Streets, Office of Transportation, Infrastructure and Sustainability (oTIS), City of Philadelphia
Stefanie Seskin – Active Transportation Director, Boston Transportation Department
Cassandra Leopold – Principal Planner, Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, City of Pittsburgh
Noel Pond-Danchik – Transportation Planner, Bicycle & Pedestrian Division, Oakland Department of Transportation