Bubbling up out of the Bike Union Organizing Group’s brainstorms about how to build skills among the city’s bike advocates, Northeastern University is set to offer a workshop on Bicycling Infrastructure Planning and Design to all.
The class will be taught by engineering faculty members Peter Furth, a member of the Organizing Group and contributing author of City Cycling and of NACTO’s Urban Bikeway Design Guide, and Daniel Dulaski PE, former consulting engineer and Town Engineer for Amherst, Mass.
For those who didn’t catch it live at BU’s Agannis Arena, Prof. Furth now has a TED Talk, and we’re anxiously awaiting the online version. He is one of Boston’s most tireless bike advocates, and a member of the Bike Union’s board and Organizing Group.
Furth and Dulaski’s one-day workshop, aimed at planners, designers, and advocates, will be offered on two dates, giving people a chance to choose the date that suits them best:
Bicycling Infrastructure Planning and Design Workshop
Sat., Mar. 1 or Mon Mar. 3
West Village G Building, room 104 (Campus Map)
8:30am to 3pm
All members of the Bike Union get in for $95 (Join the union here.)
Bike Union is offering low-income discount (call us at 617-516-8877 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request.)
General price is $295.
To register, contact Arianna Kaplan, Northeastern University Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, either by email email@example.com or by phone (617-373-2444).