Bike Lanes, On-Street Parking and Business Webinar: Mar 25

As reported in recent TCAT News,
the Clean Air Partnership's research report titled Bike Lanes,
On-Street Parking and Business will be the subject of an upcoming
webinar. 

The webinar will profile the findings of the study, the tools and
methodology used and a discussion on how a similar study could be
conducted in other communities. The findings of this study will also be
presented in May at Velo-City 2009 in Brussels – the world’s largest
conference devoted to bicycling.

Date: March 25th, 2009
Time: 2:30 pm Eastern Standard Time
Host: The Clean Air Partnership
Presenter: Fred Sztabinski

The study’s lead researcher is an urban planning and policy
researcher currently based in Amsterdam. Prior to this, Fred worked as
the Project Coordinator and Active Transportation Researcher for the
Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation and the Clean Air
Partnership. Fred has a Masters in Planning from the University of
Toronto. Fred's previous work experience, including time spent with the
provincial government, the transit industry, and a transportation
demand management association, has consistently aimed at raising the
profile of more sustainable modes of transportation and promoting
travel choice alternatives to the private car.

To register for the webinar, click here.

The webinar was announced only days ago and already the maximum
number of registrants that can be accommodated free of charge has been
exceeded. There is a now a $25 registration fee for any interested
participants. If you would like to be added to the waiting list in the
event that a free spot becomes available, send an email to activetransportation@cleanairpartnership.org.