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Friday, March 28, 2:00-3:15pm. Overcoming State Barriers for a More Bike Friendly State. There are tangible and intangible barriers in most states preventing bicycle friendly regulations, infrastructure, and public acceptance. .

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There are tangible and intangible barriers in most states preventing bicycle friendly regulations, infrastructure, and public acceptance. 

This session will identify what those barriers are and how individual states have been successful in overcoming them. Or in some cases, lessons learned from failure.

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Issues blocking development of bicycling as viable transportation.

  • Examples of effective tactics, localized messages, etc. used with local and state authorities to improve bicycling conditions including funding opportunities.
  • Key partners (administrative, legislative, educational, businesses) in being successful.
  • How we got them involved?
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States share similarities

  • Dependence on individual motor vehicles,
  • Lack of public transportation,
  • Rural politics,
  • Communities with air quality issues,
  • Low tax revenues,
  • Weak economies,
  • Poor health of the general population,
  • Fiscally conservative.  
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States share similarities

  • Dependence on individual motor vehicles,
  • Lack of public transportation,
  • Rural politics,
  • Communities with air quality issues,
  • Low tax revenues,
  • Weak economies,
  • Poor health of the general population,
  • Fiscally conservative.  
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States share similarities

  • Dependence on individual motor vehicles,
  • Lack of public transportation,
  • Rural politics,
  • Communities with air quality issues,
  • Low tax revenues,
  • Weak economies,
  • Poor health of the general population,
  • Fiscally conservative. 
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States share similarities

  • Dependence on individual motor vehicles,
  • Lack of public transportation,
  • Rural politics,
  • Communities with air quality issues,
  • Low tax revenues,
  • Weak economies,
  • Poor health of the general population,
  • Fiscally conservative.
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States share similarities

  • Dependence on individual motor vehicles,
  • Lack of public transportation,
  • Rural politics,
  • Communities with air quality issues,
  • Low tax revenues,
  • Weak economies,
  • Poor health of the general population,
  • Fiscally conservative.  
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States share similarities

  • Dependence on individual motor vehicles,
  • Lack of public transportation,
  • Rural politics,
  • Communities with air quality issues,
  • Low tax revenues,
  • Weak economies,
  • Poor health of the general population,
  • Fiscally conservative.
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States share similarities

  • Dependence on individual motor vehicles,
  • Lack of public transportation,
  • Rural politics,
  • Communities with air quality issues,
  • Low tax revenues,
  • Weak economies,
  • Poor health of the general population,
  • Fiscally conservative.  
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States share similarities

  • Dependence on individual motor vehicles,
  • Lack of public transportation,
  • Rural politics,
  • Communities with air quality issues,
  • Low tax revenues,
  • Weak economies,
  • Poor health of the general population,
  • Fiscally conservative.  
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Rural communities are starving for economic success through new industry and revenue streams. 

The goal is to share ways that have overcome barriers and optimized opportunities for a bike friendlier environment.

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