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Bicycle boulevards, also known as neighborhood greenways, are on the cutting edge of non-motorized transportation infrastructure. Learn from Mia Birk, author of the definitive guidebook on bicycle boulevard planning and design, and Jennifer Dill, researcher behind an efficacy study of this infrastructure in Portland, Oregon.
The Nov. 20, 2010 event was part of "Moving Forward," a three-day symposium, hosted by the Organization of Cornell Planners, to engage students, community members and national leaders in a critical dialogue about bicycle and pedestrian planning, design, research and advocacy.