Bike Super Highways: Infrastructure Catches Up With The Dream (Tonight!)

Written by Boston Biker on Apr 12

Got this in the email today (thanks Jenny) looks like a fine talk.

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Bike Super Highways: Infrastructure Catches Up With The Dream

The 2010 Boston Symposium’s theme is “Infrastructure: the 21st Century Challenge for Cities and Citizens.” This capstone course features four weekly panels of guest lecturers chosen by students. This final panel features four of the nation’s foremost experts on urban biking and transportation studies. Speakers include Anne Lusk, a research fellow at Harvard School of Public Health, David Watson, executive director of MassBike, Peter Furth, a transportation planner and engineer specializing in transit, traffic, highways, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and David Loutzenheise, a transportation planner with MAPC since 2008. Attendance is free & open to the public, but priority during the Q&A period will be given to students enrolled in the Boston Symposium course (UA805).

Starts
6:00pm on Monday, April 12th 2010

Location
School of Hospitality, 928 Comm. Ave., SHA Auditorium

More Info

http://www.bu.edu/cityplanning


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One Response to “Bike Super Highways: Infrastructure Catches Up With The Dream (Tonight!)”

  1. By Mikiel on Apr 13, 2010 | Reply

    Cool event, thanks for posting!

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