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Friday, September 15 • 11:15am - 12:30pm
Panel - Data Moves Government - Collecting, Using and Presenting Data to Advance Your Mission LIMITED

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Data moves everything and advancing the bike movement is no exception. Ridership, safety, health, and environmental data can all be used to advance the bike movement. In this session, we will learn about how new technology is changing how we collect data on bike riders, how to find good data on bicycle related initiatives, the challenges behind data collection for cyclists, and the importance of data based evidence for government officials.

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Kyle Hatch

Project Manager, New York Bicycling Coalition
Kyle joined NYBC in January of 2016. He is currently a graduate student at SUNY Albany’s Master in Urban and Regional Planning program. Prior to his role with NYBC, he studied medical anthropology at SUNY Albany with a focus on the wide variety of ways that the built environment... Read More →

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Shane Farthing

Senior Director, Active Transportation Programs, Rails to Trails Conservancy
Shane Farthing is an attorney, policy professional, and community advocate who currently serves as Senior Director of Active Transportation Programs and leader of the Research-to-Practice team at Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. In this role, Mr. Farthing champions data-driven approa... Read More →
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Tracy Hadden Loh

Senior Data Scientist, Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at the George Washington University School of Business
Tracy Hadden Loh is a data scientist at the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at the George Washington University School of Business. Prior to joining GW, she was the director of research at the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. She holds a Ph.D. in city and regional planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research focuses measuring the value of the elements of placemaking, and the Center's recent report on the economic performance and social equity of walkable places in the New York metro region can be... Read More →
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Scott H Brady, MS, MCP

Manager, Office of Travel Monitoring, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
The Office of Travel Monitoring conducts approximately 5,000 traffic counts per year, a combination of motorized vehicles and increasingly the bicycle and pedestrian non-motorized modes.  Since adding bicycle and pedestrian counting to an arsenal of data collection tools, the program has established a network of permanent counting stations for use in seasonal factor development, project before / after counts for project evaluation, and most recently a cyclical bicycle counting program to provide a systematic method for tracking usage... Read More →

Friday September 15, 2017 11:15am - 12:30pm

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