On the Right Path: Transit/Bike Partnerships Round Table

American Public Transportation Association


Tuesday, September 13, 2016
9:45 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. PDT

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With a new emphasis on non-motorized access to transit station stops and facilities, forging transit/bike partnerships can help solve the “first mile” and “last mile” issues. Across the country in cities large and small, bike share programs are being planned and implemented as part of a multimodal regional system. Securing funds to grow, design, and operate the system has become increasingly important. Hear various perspectives from transit agencies, a bike share manufacturer, and a bike share operator on collaborative efforts to bring new mobility options to communities, designing programs to avoid potential conflicts, and the importance of reexamining the definition of the shared ride to include bike share as a transit mode.


Jeremy Klop, AICP

Invited Speaker

Principal, Fehr & Peers , Los Angeles, CA

Robert Burns

Invited Speaker

Trek/B-Cycle, Waterloo, WI

Laura Cornejo

Invited Speaker

Director of Community Planning, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Los Angeles, CA Read More

Will Becker

Invited Speaker

Director of Planning and Operations, GREENbike, Salt Lake City, UT Read More

Jennifer McGrath

Invited Speaker

Strategic Planner, Utah Transit Authority, Salt Lake City, UT Read More