Pedestrians Count Conference

Pedestrians Count! 2012

Successes, Challenges and Data

Making all communities walkable for all people

May 3rd and 4th in Los Angeles

California WALKS and our partners are pleased to announce that we will be holding Pedestrians Count! 2012. Peds Count! 2012, the second of its kind, will be held in Los Angeles on May 3rd and 4th, 2012. The seminar promotes pedestrian safety, transit access, healhty environments and sustainable communities coordinating with cutting edge research. The seminar explores latest best practices in pedestrian data collection and analysis with strategic community advocacy. Professionals, academics and community leaders will share their current and most promising work.

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