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Friday, September 15 • 9:00am - 9:30am
Welcoming Remarks to Open the Summit LIMITED

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We will open the inaugural New York Bike Summit with remarks from Terri Egan, Executive Deputy Commissioner of the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).  The Governor's Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC), long-time NYBC funder, is a division of DMV. Following Ms. Egan will be Paul Steely White, Executive Director of Transportation Alternatives, a national leader in the Vision Zero movement. The organization he leads has helped drive issues and effect significant change relating to infrastructure, bicycle share, safety cameras, law enforcement in much more throughout the five boroughs of NYC. We'll also hear from leadership at NYSDOT and our very own Paul Winkeller. 

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Theresa (Terri) L. Egan

Executive Deputy Commissioner, New York State Dept of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
Executive Deputy Commissioner Terri Egan was appointed to this position on July 21, 2015.  Since April 12, 2007, Commissioner Egan served as Deputy Commissioner for Safety, Consumer Protection and Clean Air where she oversaw a diverse program area that generates over $260 million... Read More →
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Paul Steely White

Executive Director, Transportation Alternatives
Paul Steely White is Executive Director of TransportationAlternatives, New York City’s leading advocates for bicycling, walkingand public transportation.Before joining Transportation Alternatives in April 2004, he served asAfrica Regional Director for the Institute for Transportation... Read More →
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Paul Winkeller

Executive Director, New York Bicycling Coalition
Paul was NYBC’s very first Executive Director and he is once again serving in the role. He has led several non-profit organizations, both local and statewide and all with a conservation-sustainability focus, including an AmeriCorps funded youth corps for the City of Albany.

Friday September 15, 2017 9:00am - 9:30am EDT