Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Webinar Presentation Slides
About the Webinar
Cities on every continent offer bikeshare to residents and visitors alike, and the shared mode continues to spread to cities large and small, university campuses, employment centers, and even residential developments. Highly successful systems—like in Mexico City and throughout China—have helped to promote cycling as a viable and valued transport option. This webinar highlights findings and recommendations from ITDP’s 2018 Bikeshare Planning Guide, with the goal of designing and implementing bikeshare systems that are equitable, sustainable, financially sound, and operate within a diverse transportation network.
About the Presenter
Dana Yanocha’s work includes research and analysis of trends in sustainable transportation and development. Dana is passionate about identifying connections between the social, economic, and environmental spheres of sustainable development, with a particular interest in providing guidance to cities to strengthen transportation networks, leverage emerging technology and innovations, and improve overall accessibility. Prior to joining ITDP in 2017, Dana worked for the Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development in Chicago, and for Resources for the Future, an environmental economics think tank in Washington, DC. She holds an MA in Sustainable Urban Development from DePaul University and a BA in International Politics from Penn State University.