MESSAGE FROM Urban Land Institute
Please join us on October 12th as we discuss Moving Toward A Walking/Bike Friendly City.
Randy Entz, Transportation Planner for the Oklahoma City’s Planning Department, will be presenting a piece on sidewalks & trails resulting from MAPS 3 & the recent Bond Issue.
Randy has worked in several areas of planning, but became focused on transportation while he worked for the Association of Central Oklahoma
Governments. Since joining the City of Oklahoma City in 2008, Randy has worked on transportation projects including the implementation of the City’s Bicycle Transportation Plan, the Functional Classification Plan, and Project 180.
Jennifer Gooden, Director of the City’s Sustainability Office, will present the bike share program. The City plans to launch a pilot program in the Spring of 2012. The program will include approximately 100 bicycles.
John Sharp, Program Coordinator with ACOG, will be presenting the 2035 Regional Trail Plan for the region of Oklahoma City.
Pete Kramer, a cycling advocate, served on the Oklahoma Bicycling Coalition Board and is an active member of the League of American Bicyclists. Pete will present issues relating to Project 180 & bike safety.
Immediately upon the conclusion of the program please join other cycling enthusiasts for a ride thru downtown Oklahoma City. If you are interested and need a bike please register by emailing Betsy Brunsteter at email@example.com.
Date: Wed., Oct. 12th
Location: Oklahoma City Community Foundation
Cost: $10 for ULI members & guests of ULI Oklahoma