BikeWalk Provo, along with UDOT’s Move Utah, BYU Geography, BYU Civil and Environmental Engineering, and American Planning Association’s Utah Chapter is pleased to host a conversation with writer and safe streets expert Angie Schmitt via Zoom on October 29 at 4pm.
Angie will give a 30-minute presentation focusing on the ideas expressed in her new book, Right of Way: Race, Class, and the Silent Epidemic of Pedestrian Deaths in America. She will then take questions from participants.
This webinar will be of interest to transportation engineers, urban planners and designers, safe streets activists, and public policy makers. APA members will receive CM credit for participating. Please register and buy Angie’s book today!
BUY ANGIE’S BOOK HERE – We will give out a discount code during the webinar
Angie Schmitt is one of the country’s best known writers and experts on the topic of sustainable transportation. She was the long-time national editor at Streetsblog and her writing has appeared in the New York Times, The Atlantic, Bicycling, GOOD, Landscape Architecture Magazine, and a number of other publications. She lives in Cleveland with her husband and two children.
Right of Way unveils a crisis that is rooted in both inequality and the undeterred reign of the automobile in our cities. It challenges us to imagine and demand safer and more equitable cities, where no one is expendable.