Bicycle Network Design Research Presentation

From SVBC:

Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) Researchers Dr. Peter Furth (Northeastern University), Dr. Hilary Nixon (San Jose State University) and Dr. Maaza Mekuria (MTI) will be presenting the research methodology for Bicycle Network Connectivity model that is currently being developed as part of a research grant funded through MTI.

Come and hear the presentation from Dr. Furth who is one of America’s authority on bicycle design. Also provide your input in the new bicycle classification scheme that San Jose’s bike network design team is working on.

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