We are requesting proposals for the virtual 2021 Washington Bike, Walk, Roll Summit from Sept. 27 to Oct. 1.
Submit a proposal by July 2 and help us build stronger, sustainable, connected communities across Washington.
The 2020 Washington Bike, Walk, Roll Summit brought together more than 600 community advocates, transportation professionals, and planners for our first-ever virtual summit. Thanks to our incredible speakers, thoughtful panels, and engaged audiences we were able to have in-depth conversations on everything from bike connections through Yakama Nation to policing in transportation. Expanding our focus to include folks walking and rolling allowed us to build stronger connections and brainstorm equitable and accessible solutions for communities across Washington.
This year’s summit will be held virtually from September 27 to October 1 and will highlight the intersections between transportation, climate, housing, public health, and more in order to fully understand how we build and rebuild communities as the United States begins to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our 2021 Request for Proposals is now open until July 2, and we welcome submissions from the public, private, non-profit, and academic sectors. We’re looking to hear from communities large and small, rural and urban, and everywhere in between! The work, stories, and experiences of advocates, engineers, and community leaders around the state will help us envision and create a state that is resilient, sustainable, and equitable.
Please send us your completed proposals by Friday, July 2, and stay tuned for more updates and information about the 2021 Washington Bike, Walk, Roll Summit.
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