Building Connections: Trails, Playborhoods & Safe Routes

Resources from the Building Connections Conference:

Video on Protected Bikeways shared by Keynote Speaker Dave Snyder, Executive Director of California Bicycle Coalition:Protected Bikeways Video

  • Keynote Speaker: Bryan Jones,Professional Engineer and Planner at Alta Planning + Design and Voting Member on the California Traffic Control Devices Committee  Bryan Jones


  • Video of Bryan Jones presentation from conference



  • Redding Downtown Transportation Plan

  • Trail Connections: 
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    Mt. Shasta Trail Association
          John Schuyler presentation (pdf)


  • Keynote Speaker: Mike Lanza, Father and Author of Playborhood:Turn Your Neighborhood into a Place to Play
            Mike Lanza
             Mike Lanza - TED Talk San Mateo

  • Shasta Living Streets
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    Facebook page

  • Safe Routes to School
  •        Happy Valley Safe Routes to School project (pdf)
           California Safe Routes to School Technical Assistance Resource Center (TARC)
           Justine Hearn presentation (pdf)

  • California Bike Coalition   

    Friday's Agenda (speakers and times) (pdf)
  • Questions: Email bike@healthyshasta.org or call (530) 229-8243.

    How do we build stronger connections and stronger communities? For students to safely walk or bike to school&;for trails to connect people with nature&;for neighbors to connect through play&;for streets to connect people and businesses by foot and bike

    Sponsored by: Shasta Safe Routes to School, Healthy Shasta, Shasta Living Streets, California Convergence Far North Region, and additional partners.

    Connections are important for quality of life and a healthy community; from connecting with nature and the outdoors to having safe connecting routes to walk or bike and connecting with your neighbors and community. Join the discussion and make your connections.

    Posted: 22-Jan-2015 | Go Back

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