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6/13/24 Annual APA-CMS Bike Tour (CM | 1.5)

Updated: 3 days ago




Join the Chicago Metro Section for our annual Bicycle Tour! We're back in the City this year for a roundabout visit to some Complete Streets improvements, starting in front of the Belmont Blue Line station at Kimball & Belmont (3400 W & 3200 N) and ending at Byron & California (3900 N & 2800 W), taking in the riverfront trail on the North Branch Chicago River along the way.


The tour will be led by Tim Gustafson, AICP, from HNTB and Brad Huff, AICP, from CDOT (bios below).


Attendees can bring their own bicycles or we will have 20 Divvy bikes available. Please be sure to indicate whether you need a Divvy bike when registering.


As usual, we'll end with post-ride networking!


Registration will be capped at 25.


DATE: Jun 13, 2024


TIME: 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM CDT


MEETING LOCATION / START OF TOUR:  In front of the Belmont Blue Line CTA station, N Kimball Ave & W Belmont Ave, Chicago, IL 60618, USA


COST:

$15 Member

$20 Non-Member

$5 Student


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: 1.5 CM credits



Speakers


Tim Gustafson, AICP is a Senior Project Manager at HNTB. With 19 years of experience in transportation planning and design, Tim manages projects utilizing best practices in bicycle and pedestrian facility design for municipal and county departments of transportation, transit agencies, metropolitan planning organizations, and state DOTs across the United States. He describes himself as an "aggressively casual" fan of bicycling and has degrees in Urban Planning from Ball State University and the University of Illinois Chicago. At UIC, Tim is co-instructor for "Planning for Complete Streets."


Brad Huff, AICP serves as the Complete Streets Planning Manager for the Chicago Department of Transportation where he oversees the planning of Chicago's on-street bikeway, pedestrian, and bus networks, including the development of citywide strategies and neighborhood network plans. Previously he served as CDOT's Bikeways Program Manager, overseeing the planning, design, and implementation of over 150 miles of bikeways, establishing the Neighborhood Bike Network program, and developing the Chicago Cycling Strategy.

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