2020 Georgia Walks Summit Slide Presentations

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A big THANKS to our terrific presenters who led sessions at this year's Georgia Walks Summit.

Check out their presentations below.

FULL PROGRAM

Session A

Public Health Success Stories

Planning for Safer Pedestrian and Bicycle Infrastructure on State Routes

Tactical and Practical: Implementing Quick-Response Walking Improvements in Your Community

Assessing Hidden Sidewalk Hazards and Obstacles for People with Mobility Challenges

Session B

The Real and Perceived Relationship Between Social Identities and Mobility

Developing Policy and Understanding Injury Data for Shared Dockless Mobility Devices- Part 1

Developing Policy and Understanding Injury Data for Shared Dockless Mobility Devices- Part 2

Sharing the Path: Green Infrastructure and Pedestrian Design

School Road Safety Audits in Action

Session C

Cultural and Socioeconomic Influences on Pedestrian Safety - Part 1

Cultural and Socioeconomic Influences on Pedestrian Safety - Part 2

Pedestrian Exposure & Compliance: Forecasting & Enhancing Safety - Part 1

Pedestrian Exposure & Compliance: Forecasting & Enhancing Safety - Part 2

Creating a Multi-Use Trail Network in Suburban Cities

Engineering and Roadway Design Principles 101

Session D

Trips to Transit in 2020: the Added Accessibility Burden of Pandemic Times

Engaging Small Rural Communities in Multi-modal Planning

Connecting Military Families with Local Communities through Fort Benning's Trail System

Less is more: Retrofitting Infrastructure for Walking and Biking

Session E

Vision Zero in Atlanta, Portland and Minneapolis - Part 1

Vision Zero in Atlanta, Portland and Minneapolis - Part 2

Challenges and Opportunities for Traffic Calming Efforts in Historic Savannah

Creating an Award Winning African American Heritage Trail

Getting Your Community Engaged through Walk Audits

Session F

Race, Streets, and the History of Urban Planning

Accessibility & Placemaking in Complex Urban Environments

Strategies for Successful Trail Planning

Pedestrians in JEOPARDY!