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Pedestrians Count! Data, Modeling and Advocacy Workshop

11:39 AM PDT on October 3, 2010

A hands-on workshop to learn and practice current pedestrian data collection, analysis and modeling strategies together with strategic advocacy planning. Statewide professionals, academics and community leaders will share their current and most promising work. Make sure you don’t miss this opportunity to learn from, share and network with California’s leaders in pedestrian safety and walkable communities.

Invited presenters include Gregg Albright, CA BTH, Jesse Bhullar Caltrans SHSP, Roger Trent CDPH, David Ragland, Jill Cooper & Bob Schneider UCB SafeTREC, Rajiv Bhatia SFDPH/UCB, Dahianna Lopez UCSF Injury Center, and many others.

Partners working to make this event possible include: the California Strategic Highway Safety Plan CA 8 Committee, California WALKS, UC Berkeley’s Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC), UCSF’s Injury Center, California Department of Public Health PedSAFE Program & Healthy Transportation Network, WALKSacramento, Fehr & Peers, Boris Bally, SRTSNP, SF Bay WALKS and the  City and County of San Francisco Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee.

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