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The TTN Board
Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference
March 26 to 28, 2014
Downtown Sheraton Hotel
Fort Worth, Texas
MULTIPLE CONTINUING EDUCATION POSSIBILITIES*, RECOGNIZED NATIONALLY, EXPERT PRESENTERS, NOTEWORTHY EXHIBITORS, PRACTICAL WORKSHOPS AND SITE VISITS, AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE!!!
Dear Trails Enthusiast:
INVITATION to Presenters: A lot has happened since our 2012 conference and exhibit in San Antonio. We are looking for presenters to share their expertise about any aspect of trails and / or active transportation in Fort Worth, March 26 to 28, 2014. A convenient, paperless "speaker / presentation information form" is at TexasTrails.BikeTexas.org. The application deadline is September 30, 2013
EARLY Attendee Opportunity: Valuable information and networking for anyone interested / involved with trails and active transportation.This includes planners, municipal executives, landscape architects, architects, engineers, active transportation/safety experts, trail maintenance crews, recreation, parks and wildlife professionals, educators, health/wellness experts, cycling / canoeing / hiking / equestrian / off road enthusiasts and tourism proponents. Please visit our evolving conference website, TexasTrails.BikeTexas.org, for registration information and early payment opportunities.
EXHIBITOR/Sponsor Benefits : Win-Win best describes the reason exhibitors/sponsors give for their repeat participation in our conference. New exhibitors and sponsors are welcome to share their expertise and join the many networking, exhibit and educational sessions. Register at TexasTrails.BikeTexas.org or contact exhibit chair Bud Melton at 214 828-2144.
Thanks for your ongoing support of our Trails and Active Transportation Conference. Don't forget to put March 26 to 28 on your 2014 monthly and budget plans. Please forward this message to anyone you feel would be interested in presenting or attending.
You will not be disappointed attending this exhilarating and productive event. To inquire by phone please call John Rath 817 442-8418.
Texas Trails Network and BikeTexas Boards of Directors and staff
* Continuing education credits for eligible sessions will be requested for AICP-CMs, ASLA-CEPHs, NRPA-CPRP, and ASC-TSPE.
The board and staff at BikeTexas is currently developing a strategic plan for the future of these two sister statewide organizations, a 501c4 advocacy non-profit and a 501c3 education non-profit. One of the first tasks is to get input from people interested in bicycling and / or walking about the future direction of BikeTexas. Whether you are a bicyclist, or a member of BikeTexas, your input will be appreciated.
The Conference was a great success. A
big thank you to all of you that made it such a great event!
Check out the Photo Album below for some of the action.
Attendees at got an early look at new and effective
funding, advocacy, planning and implementation aspects of
Texas Trails. Session presentations covered all aspects of
trails and active transportation including keynote speeches
by Texas Senator Rodney Ellis and TREK CEO John Burke, as
well as innovative programs such as "Better Block",
"Modeling the Benefits of Green Infrastructure"
Awards were presented at the conference to
some of the well deserving folks that make Texas trails possible
and help to encourage active transportation for the betterment
of our health and environment.