Washington D.C. & Miami, Save The Dates!

09/11/2010 09:25 by Amsterdamize

Toronto, check. Chicago, check. Up next: Washington D.C & Miami! No, I'm not on a grand tour :), but yes, ThinkBike's wheels are rolling on!

The Royal Netherlands Embassy, in cooperation with the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG), will host a 2-day event - the ThinkBike Workshops - on Monday, November 15 and Tuesday, November 16, 2010. The ThinkBike workshops will bring together Dutch bicycle transportation experts, local transportation planners, engineers and cyclists to plan and discuss how Washington, DC can become more bike-friendly. The workshops will address bike safety, commuting by bike, biking to school, bike parking, bikes and public transport and law enforcement. Successful ThinkBike workshops were recently held in Toronto and Chicago. Opening and closing sessions are open to the general public. There is no cost, but advance registration is required. Click here to register for the opening session on Monday, November 15 and here for the closing session and reception on Tuesday, November 16, or contact Megan Kanagy megan.kanagy@dc.gov, Transportation Planner at DDOT, at 202-671-5111.

ThinkBike So, are you going to attend? Yes? Great! People who did before would say you won't regret it. And I invite you to share your thoughts on this blog. The more the merrier! DC Morning Cyclists 'DC Morning Cyclists', photo courtesy of Mikael Colville-Andersen PS: I found this picture from 1911, I thought I'd share for inspiration :) Elphinstone Winning Washington marathon (LOC) 'Elphinstone Winning Washington marathon' photo by Library of Congress





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