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Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals Professional Development Seminar

Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals Professional Development Seminar

Trailnet Brings Innovative Street Design Conference to St. Louis

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Trailnet and its host committee partners invite you to attend the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals Professional Development Seminar, September 28 – October 1, 2015. Trailnet is the presenting sponsor of the conference and applied to host it in St. Louis as a way of building the capacity of our leaders and fostering collaboration to improve walking and biking.

The conference brings 300 planners, engineers, landscape architects, public health professionals, advocates, and elected officials together to advance active transportation. Mobile tours, plenaries, classroom and poster sessions packed with state-of-the-practice information deliver high-quality training and tools. The conference will be held at the Eric P. Newman Education Center in the Central West End. Professional licensing credits are available. For more information visit apbppds.org.

Register for the conference

View the at-a-glance schedule

View the session schedule with titles and times

Be sure to join us at these free and discounted special sessions:

  • Missouri Bicycle/Pedestrian Professionals Mixer

September 28, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Register here. Conference registration not required.

September 29, 8:00 am to 12:30 pm

Register by 9/22: $35 ($15 for students)

At the door: $70 ($30 for students)

September 29, 8:00 am to 12:30 pm

Register by 9/22: $35 ($15 for students)

At the door: $70 ($30 for students)

Parking:

The best way to get there is truly biking or public transit, but here’s the parking information:

Park at the Metro Parking Garage at Taylor and Children’s Place. Park on levels 6 and 7. See attached map.

There is no parking validation. The rate is $15/day, CASH ONLY.

For more info, see a map with directions here.