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Sunday, March 10 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Navigating Dockless on Campus: Bikes, E-Bikes, E-Scooters & BFUs

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Dockless shared transportation is growing across the country and campuses and home cities are working to determine how these new options fit into their existing transportation melange. This panel will present the experiences of cycling programmers from Bicycle Friendly Universities whose campuses have had a range of responses to the new wave of shared transportation. Additionally, the panel will be joined by transportation & planning staff from home city municipalities for perspective on the benefits of coordination when developing programming.

Panelists will provide background on how their schools are ensuring the safety of their populations and preserving extant cycling modes while meeting demand for innovative and effective last mile solutions. Presentations will cover identifying and coordinating with relevant campus and community stakeholders, developing safety policies, consideration of traditional cycling commuters, working with innovative service providers and implementing effective agreements with dockless sharing companies. After brief presentations, the panelists will take questions and lead a discussion with attendees on how their experiences can translate to successful programs at other schools.

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Aaron Madrid

Alternative Transportation Coordinator, Purdue University
Greetings from the Midwest. I manage planning and operations for alternative transportation at the West Lafayette, Indiana campus of Purdue University. Purdue is currently a Silver Level BFU and are hoping to continue to improve! My background is in mobility advocacy, construction... Read More →
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Steve Sanders

Alternative Transportation Manager, University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota
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Sandra Broadus

Alternative Transportation Manager, University of Kentucky
Sandra oversees all bicycle, pedestrian, and transportation demand management programs at the University of Kentucky. She serves as the Chair of the Lexington Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee. Sandra was on the planning committee for the 2018 Kentucky Bike Walk Summit. She... Read More →

Ramon Zavala

Transportation Demand Manager, University of California, Davis
LCI #3472. I love to teach and enjoy planning a lot. I believe the two go hand-in-hand and assert that you can't build something so good that people won't need education and that you can't ever teach enough people to negate the need for infrastructure. Moreover, I'm a pragmatic planner... Read More →
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Sera Erickson

Bicycle Program Coordinator, Virginia Commonwealth University
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Karissa Moffett

BikePed Planner, Carson City Public Works
Bicycle and Pedestrian Planner at Carson City, NV Public Works/Carson Area Metropolitan Planning Organization. Ask me to go on a bike ride or a walk instead of a session & I'll have a hard time saying no. Talk to me about all things transportation, your favorite outdoor spot(s... Read More →
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Jacob Adams

Campus Bicycle Program Coordinator, University of Florida - Office of Sustainability
I am the Campus Bicycle Program Coordinator for the University of Florida and the President of the Board of Directors for the American Bicycle Education Association. Talk to me about BFU, bicycle safety, bicycle advocacy, rider encouragement and town/gown relationship building.

Sunday March 10, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Roosevelt 3rd Floor