Barbara Wilks, principal at W, will be on a panel on August 6 at the Walk/Bike/Places conference, North America’s premier conference for walking, biking, and placemaking professionals.
Walk/Bike/Places strives to be the most informative and progressive active transportation conference in North America. Produced by Project for Public Spaces, the event consists of nearly 100 participant-led breakout sessions and locally-led workshops, as well as opportunities for experiential learning by walking and biking through the streets and other public spaces of the host city.
The focus of this year’s event is Implementation – how we “get things done”. The program aims to move government from the local to the federal level to build public spaces and transportation systems that preserve the health and safety of all users, promote social connections, and reduce our environmental impact.
Due to COVID-19, this year Walk/Bike/Places will take place entirely online instead of in Indianapolis as originally planned. The panel Barbara is participating in is will focus on parks and waterfronts, will cover our experience in designing the St. Pete Pier Approach, and be held on August 6 at 1 pm. Register here if you are interested in seeing and participating in the panel and other conference events.
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