Thank you to those of you who attended the Safe Routes to School Regional Meeting this past Tuesday! We had over 60 people from DC, Virginia and Maryland attend the event. We appreciate your support and hard work making safe walking and bicycling to school a reality in the Greater Washington DC region.
I will post a meeting summary soon, but wanted to pass along the following resources:
Survey: Please evaluate the Regional Meeting! We appreciate any feedback you have on the meeting, as we plan for future events: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/H3Z65DH.
Presentations: The presentations are being posted on our website here. Most of them are already on there. Check back next week for the full slate.
Registration List: The list of attendees, with name, organization and email address, is attached as a PDF. It is also posted on our website here.
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Questions for Speakers? Below is the contact information for all of the speakers.
Mark Fenton: email@example.com
Carol Kachadoorian, Toole Design Group: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nadji Kirby, Montgomery County DOT SRTS Coordinator: email@example.com
Michael Farrell, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sally Smallwood, Fairfax County Public Schools SRTS Coordinator: email@example.com
Jennifer Hefferan, DDOT SRTS Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Debbie Kilpatrick, Fire Up Your Feet Regional Program: email@example.com
Questions for Me?
Feel free to contact me or set up a meeting/phone call to discuss Safe Routes to School, walking and bicycling and other related projects you are working on in your community. I can provide policy advice, technical assistance and direct you to best practices. I am happy to be a resource! We also have a greatResource Center on the National Partnership website, where you can access many of our great resources on Safe Routes to School!
Keep in touch and let me know how the Safe Routes to School Regional Network can help you make progress on your Safe Routes to School initiatives!
Regional Policy Manager, Greater Washington DC Regional Policy Manager