Monday, June 18, 2012

Reminder: Suburban Bike Advocacy Forum This Saturday

We are holding a bicycle advocacy forum this Saturday in Berwyn, PA. Registration is free and open now.

The seminar, which consists of two 2-hour workshops, will cover a breadth of topics centered around making your community or county more bicycle-friendly. Specifically, it will cover topics like:
  • Best practices for determining what to ask for;
  • How to gather local support for bicycling infrastructure;
  • Securing funding for local projects;
  • Getting the attention of local politicians;
  • The status of bike/ped trails near you;
  • How to make sure that your favorite trail gets built or is properly maintained;
  • Meet other individuals in your community interested in improving bicycling infrastructure.

Easttown Library  (Arronson/Kohn Room)
720 First Avenue,
Berwyn, PA 19312
Easttown Library is accessible via Septa's Paoli Line to Berwyn Station (SEPTA Schedule)

Workshop 1: Bike Lanes 101
10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Workshop 2: The Circuit: Greater Philadelphia's Regional Trail Network
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


SEPTA Customer Service said...

For travel information to this event using public transportation, feel free to contact SEPTA Customer Service at 215-580-7800, or online at and use the online form or chat feature (

Also, here is a link to info for SEPTA's buke & ride policy: