Please join us next week for a talk by Jon Orcutt! He will be discussing his experiences deploying bike networks in downtowns. The discussion is open to the public and will be hosted at City Hall.

When: Tuesday, June 28 at 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm

Where: Bertha Knight Landes Room, Seattle City Hall

RSVP online or go check out the Facebook event.

Jon Orcutt is the Director of Advocacy and Communication at TransitCenter. He has over 30 years of experience in New York’s transit community and is intimately familiar with the roll out of New York’s bicycle infrastructure. There will be a introduction from Councilmember Rob Johnson followed by a discussion of bike/transit integration in central cities, bike network connectivity, and rapid implementation.

The Urbanist is an event sponsor along with Cascade Bicycle Club, Commute Seattle, Futurewise, Seattle Bike Blog, Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, Seattle Transit Blog, Transportation Choices “From Big City to Bike City: Innovations in Urban Bike Transportation”

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Owen Pickford

Owen is a solutions engineer for a software company. He has an amateur interest in urban policy, focusing on housing. His primary mode is a bicycle but isn't ashamed of riding down the hill and taking the bus back up. Feel free to tweet at him: @pickovven.