Recording / Lunch Brake: What to Know About Short-Term Bike Parking
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Short-term bike parking is an easy enough concept to understand. If someone needs to park their bike for less than two hours, it’s considered short-term. So why is the mark often missed? This session will help practitioners to plan bike parking for shoppers, diners, errand runners, visitors, students, sports fans, concertgoers, and much more. The session will include benefits of short-term parking, design strategies, and fundamental approaches to comprehensive short-term bike parking standards.
- Explain the basic features of a highly functional bike rack
- Explain key considerations for site selection - matching the right rack to the right location to attract cyclists
- Identify common guidelines and obstacles of short-term parking
- Describe fundamental design features that creates a desirable short-term bike parking facility
National Advocacy Accounts Manager
Lou Fineberg is Dero’s National Advocacy Accounts Manager. He supports bike advocacy organizations nationwide providing technical training and business programming strategies to help them provide bike parking expertise in their communities. Fineberg was a founder of Bike Pittsburgh and helped lead the organization in multiple roles for a decade. As Bike Pittsburgh’s Business Program Director, he developed a bike friendly business program that integrated consulting services with commuter choice programming, working with companies like Google, Alcoa, and BNY Mellon. Fineberg helped bring attention to Pittsburgh’s cumbersome bike parking regulations that have since been modernized and expanded. He has authored two books – Three Rivers on Two Wheels and Urban Biking Companion – to help bicyclists safely navigate his hometown of Pittsburgh.
Pacific Northwest Representative
Paul is originally from Minneapolis, MN where he also attended College. Paul holds a BA in English and BS in Sociology. He has always been interested in land use, building code, civic engagement and has been a transportation advocate for almost 10 years.
Inés Palacios, PhD (Moderator)
Training & Professional Development Manager
PlayCore / CORE
Inés is responsible for promoting the value of recreation for people of all ages and abilities. She provides continuing educational opportunities, professional development, and research that supports recreation and play while generating partnerships and alliances in the field. She joined the PlayCore team in August 2013 after obtaining her PhD in Parks, Recreation and Tourism from NC State University. Before joining PlayCore, she was an instructor at NC State University in the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Department. In addition, she has experience in event planning, program management, research, and national presentations. Inés is based out of Raleigh, NC.
This session will offer the following credits:
|1. IACET CEU /||1.0 AIA HSW LU /||1.0 LA/CES HSW PDH|
CEUs for a total of 1 Professional Development Hours. (.1 IACET CEU / 1.0 AIA HSW LU / 1.0 LA/CES HSW PDH) will be provided to learners meeting the following requirements:
- Be present for 95% of the duration of the learning event;
- Participate in activities and discussion throughout;
- Complete assessment with 80% mastery of learning outcome;
- Complete feedback/evaluation survey.
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The instructors of this training webinar are employed by PlayCore and disclose an interest in attendees partnering with PlayCore on their play and recreation initiatives.
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