Registration is now open for the Washington Bike Summit, to be held at Spokane Falls Community College April 29-30. This conference is for community leaders, advocates, and professionals in transportation, public health, education, tourism and anyone else interested in riding. It usually draws 150-200 people to the statewide bike conference. The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) sponsors the conference to make technical training available to staff and partners from around the state

Topics of particular interest include:

– Walk Bike Bus Spokane
– Measuring Multimodal Connectivity
– What’s Next for Bike Share
– Many more topics: adaptive bicycling, community design collaborations, safety assessments, designing a community for riders 65+, Safe Routes to School and more.

The conference is open to all and it is affordable, so if you are interested, you can find more information and how to sign up at


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