Bike Long Beach: Brief on Innovative Transportation in L.B.

Dear Colleagues & Friends:

On Thursday Nov 4, 2010, 12 noon Bike Long Beach is very pleased to host Jeremy Nelson of Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates at Studio 111 in downtown Long Beach for a brief look at what’s going on in innovative ped-bike planning policy and projects in Northern California.

We invite you to bring your sack lunch and join us for a presentation that promises to be both informative and inspirational. Nelson/Nygaard is one of the premiere transportation consulting firms in the U.S. with an emphasis on mobility, accessibility and sustainability.

Jeremy has ten years of experience in the field with extensive knowledge of interactions of land use and development patterns, transportation systems, and public health outcomes. Jeremy is a member of the American Planning Association, Progressive Planners Network, Urban Land Institute, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, Walk San Francisco and Rescue Muni. Please read more about Jeremy attached.

This event is free but seating is limited to 40. Please RSVP to Melissa Balmer at balmer64@yahoo.com by 5pm Wed Nov 3rd to be included.  Studio 111 is located at 111 West Ocean Blvd., 20th Floor.

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