Bike Friendly Ideas To Be Presented May 16
Kalamazoo, Michigan — Speakers will share their ideas for how bicycling can make the community even more livable, in a fast-paced series of public presentations during Kalamazoo Bike Week on Wednesday May 16, 2018 from 4-5pm. “Local Bicycling Developments – 2018 & Beyond” will be held at the Wile Auditorium, KRESA Main Campus, 1819 E. Milham Rd., Kalamazoo, MI. The event will address how local leaders, stakeholders and the general public can build a more bike-friendly culture to boost the area’s reputation as a great place to live, work, play and learn.
Speakers and special guests will include: Margaret O’Brien, MI State Senator, District 20; Kathleen Hoyle, Director, City of Portage; Tim Krone, Owner, Pedal Bicycle; Brendan Molony, Sustainability Coordinator, Bronson Methodist Hospital; Megan Mickelson, Assoc. Planner, Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study; Paul Runnels, Director, Open Roads Bike Program; and David Warwick, Chair, Kalamazoo Bike Week.
To register go to https://goo.gl/forms/H1xEEp4zt90MJHvY2 or call (269) 343-0766. (Park on west side – lower level – of KRESA’s main office building.)