Mobile Workshop 2: Riding the Loop: Learn About the Louisville Loop and the Parklands of Floyds Fork

APA Kentucky Chapter

#9133144

Friday, September 29, 2017
3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m. EDT

CM | 1.50

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Overview

Requires registration and payment to participate. This mobile session will give participants the opportunity to experience a section of the Louisville Loop by bike. We’ll start inside with an overview of the Loop, a planned 100+ mile shared use path around Louisville, and then we’ll head out to the trail for an easy, nearly flat ride down to Distillery Bend. Along the way, we’ll stop a few times to hear from Parklands staff and folks involved in the project. We’ll learn about the Parklands efforts to help protect open space and wildlife habitat, as well as their plantings and restoration programs. Finally, we will learn a bit about some of the design and engineering challenges encountered in the Parklands. Bring your own bike and helmet or register to rent them for an additional fee. Those wanting to get a little more exercise and enjoy a longer, more challenging ride may continue with John beyond Distillery Bend and see more of the Parklands.

Speakers

Lisa Hite, AICP

Lisa Hite, AICP has been the Senior Planner at Louisville Metro Parks and Recreation since 2002. She oversees a wide variety of projects including planning, land acquisition, design and implementation of park master plans, trails and greenways such as the Louisville Loop which, when completed, will be a 100-mile shared ... Read More

Steve Sizemore, AICP

Steve Sizemore, AICP, is a city planner with over a decade of experience working in Louisville, KY. He holds a master’s in urban planning from the University of Cincinnati and is now pursuing his PhD in Urban and Public Affairs at the University of Louisville. Over his career, he ... Read More

John Bucher, AICP

John Bucher, AICP, is a Louisville-based planner with Stantec focused on resilience, climate action/adaptation, and hazard mitigation. His work involves using GIS to assess hazard vulnerability, resilience, transit feasibility, build out, and social equity. John completed his Master of Urban Planning degree in 2013 at the University of Louisville ... Read More

Contact Info

Lindsay Walker, lindsay.walker@kimley-horn.com