Mobile Workshop: Urban Bourbon Trail and Active Transportation in Louisville, KY

APA Kentucky Chapter


Friday, September 29, 2017, 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday, September 5, 2017, noon EDT

CM | 2.50

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This mobile workshop will cover the planning and design of the Urban Bike Network corridors in downtown Louisville, KY.  Explore Louisville’s expanding multi-modal network by bike, with discussions on unique processes that have been developed to push forward new bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure opportunities through reallocation of space. Stops along the route will allow participants to see the variety of treatments that are utilized.  Transportation from Gheens Foundation Lodge to downtown to be provided, along with bikes for workshop attendees.


Mike Sewell

Mike Sewell is a Senior Vice President at Gresham, Smith and Partners and serves as the firm’s Director of Active Transportation. The vast majority of his 14 year tenure at GS&P has been focused on building streets for people in communities that they serve firm-wide. He was the ... Read More

Rolf Eisinger

Rolf Eisinger works as Louisville Metro’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator. Rolf was car free while he earned his BA at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Since then, he moved to Louisville and earned a Master’s in Public Health from UofL. While in graduate school Rolf raced his ... Read More

Katie Shaw

Katie Shaw is a Transportation Engineer at Gresham, Smith and Partners with four years of experience in active transportation planning and engineering design. She has spent her career at GS&P providing local leaders in transportation her expertise in planning and engineering design for the Urban Bike Network (UBN) in ... Read More

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