September 20, 2013
James Madison University (JMU) campus
Presented by: The Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition (SVBC) and the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Metropolitan Planning Organization (HRMPO)
- 2013 Summit Program, with Year In Review
- Summit Executive Summary
- Summit Full Report
- Summit Action Plans and Priorities Google Doc for collaboration
- Year In Review Presentation Part 1 (view presentation notes by clicking comment bubble in top left)
- Year In Review Presentation Part 2 (view presentation notes by clicking comment bubble in top left)
- Why Are Biking and Walking Important? by Bill Nesper, VP of Programs, League of American Bicyclists
- Event Photos
The goal of Harrisonburg & Rockingham Bike-Walk Summits is to develop partnerships and to increase coordination between the City, County, and other stakeholders to make our region a great biking and walking community to live in and visit!
The 2013 Harrisonburg & Rockingham Bike-Walk Summit builds on the momentum from last year’s Harrisonburg Action 2020 event, which brought together advocates, planners, and local officials to examine funding possibilities, exchange ideas, and coordinate future priorities for the development of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure in the Harrisonburg-Rockingham region.
Please send any questions you may have to Kevin McDermott at [email protected], or 540-885-5174.
Goals of the Summit
1. To develop relationships and partnerships between the stakeholders in the bicycle and
pedestrian development in the city and county.
2. To coordinate and build on the bicycle and pedestrian efforts between the city, county
and other key stakeholders to make our region more bicycle and pedestrian friendly
3. To educate elected officials, planners and decision makers to the community benefits of
bicycling and walking.
4. To identify specific actions that are needed to make Harrisonburg and Rockingham
County the Bike and Pedestrian Community of Virginia
5. To develop collaborative bike and pedestrian action steps for the coming year.
- James Madison University Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee
- James Madison University Office of Community Service-Learning