2020 Bike, Walk, and Roll Summit
We’re gearing up for the 2020 Washington Bike, Walk, and Roll Summit
The 2020 Washington Bike Walk and Roll summit is April 26-27 in Spokane, WA. We’re accepting proposals for content on our theme -- Shift: From Ideas to Action. Find out more about the summit and submit a presentation proposal!
We’re taking the annual Washington Bike, Walk, and Roll Summit (formerly the Washington Bike Summit) on the road! Save the date for April 26-27, 2020, when we head back east of the Cascades to Spokane, where we held a successful summit in Spring 2018.
New name, same great summit!
This year, we renamed the summit as the Washington Bike, Walk, and Roll Summit. The update reflects that the needs of people on bikes align with those of folks wheeling and walking. This change recognizes the multimodal nature of transportation and movement across the state, and the intersectionality of planning and advocating for all types of active users.
This Year’s Theme -- Shift: From Ideas to Action
Our goal is for every panel, presentation, or roundtable at the summit is to include active conversation, engagement, brainstorming, skill-building, and action planning to ensure attendees take home concrete ideas and plans to move from ideas at the summit to actions at home. This summit will be a place for communities and decision makers who are committed to enacting change around Washington to make biking, walking, and rolling safer and more accessible – including planners, engineers, advocates, elected officials, and everyone else who is excited to make change in their community
Submit Your Proposal Now
We are currently accepting presentation proposals for the summit. If you have an innovative idea or a compelling success story on issues of biking, walking, or rolling, be sure to submit a proposal! Content can come in many forms, from traditional panels and presentations to interactive charrettes, mobile workshops, and more. The deadline to submit your presentation idea is Wednesday, December 1.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Tamar at firstname.lastname@example.org