Cycling UK and Cyclenation have issued a rallying call for cycle campaigners to head for St.Albans later this month in a bid to share and learn from best practice methods.
To be held on Saturday November 19th at the Dagnall Street Baptist Church, tickets will reward visitors with plenary sessions from Martin Key (British Cycling), Mark Treasure (Cycling Embassy GB), Claire Rogers (LCC), Brian Deegan (TfL), Jason Torrance (Sustrans) and Rachel Aldred, among others. The day’s full itinerary can be found here.
Another headline billing is Phil Jones who is set to lead several sessions throughout the day on Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans (LCWIPs).
Roger Geffen MBE offered of the event: “This conference will provide plenty of useful ideas, information and inspiration to help experienced campaigners and newcomers alike to get things moving locally.”
To book tickets, head here. The event will be followed on the Sunday by a “cycling infrastructure safari” in London.
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