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Tuesday, May 24, 2011
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Rails-to-Trails second urban pathways initiative summit in Cleveland

Building on our last gathering in New Orleans, we are excited to announce our second Urban Pathways Initiative Summit?a no-cost, invite-only summit dedicated to practitioners like you working to develop and encourage use of shared-use pathways in urban neighborhoods.

Join us in Cleveland, Ohio May 24-25, 2011 Featuring the Morgana Run Trail

Issues discussed will include trail amenities and programming, engaging low-income communities and communities of color, reducing crime and improving traffic safety to encourage trail use. Meet professionals working on similar projects in other cities and become part of a national knowledge exchange network. Limited scholarship money is available to cover travel and lodging costs for invited participants.



Building on our last gathering in New Orleans, we are excited to announce our second Urban Pathways Initiative Summit?a no-cost, invite-only summit dedicated to practitioners like you working to develop and encourage use of shared-use pathways in urban neighborhoods. Join us in Cleveland, Ohio May 24-25, 2011 Featuring the Morgana Run Trail Issues discussed will include trail amenities and programming, engaging low-income communities and communities of color, reducing crime and improving traffic safety to encourage trail use. Meet professionals working on similar projects in other cities and become part of a national knowledge exchange network. Limited scholarship money is available to cover travel and lodging costs for invited participants.

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