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Road Trip?: Alliance for Biking and Walking’s 2010 Winning Campaign Trainings

7:58 AM PST on February 10, 2010

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The Alliance for Bicycling recently set  the dates and locations
for six "Winning Campaigns" trainings it plans on hosting in 2010,
which include the following:

    • New Orleans, LA: April 16-18 (Hosted by New Orleans Metro Bicycle Coalition)
    • Edison, NJ: June 4-6 (Hosted by New Jersey Bicycle Coalition & East Coast Greenway Alliance)
    • Burlington, VT: July 9-11 (Hosted by Local Motion)
    • Columbus, OH: Aug 6-8 (Hosted by Bike! Walk!Ohio & Consider Biking)
    • Oakland, CA: October 15-17 (Hosted by Walk Oakland Bike Oakland)
    • Asheville, NC: November 5-7 (Hosted by Asheville Bicycle Coalition)

Here's more info from the Alliance's website "Our proven curriculum will help you choose, direct, and win
campaigns to promote better conditions for biking and walking in your
state, province, or local community. The trainings are set up in
peer-to-peer and group breakout sessions to improve communication and
foster collaboration. Previous participants have won Complete Streets
campaigns, Safe Routes to School campaigns, and Bike Safety campaigns
at the state and local level."

For more information, click on this link.

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