|Ever wonder why the shoulder on that back country road is so wide (or narrow)? Or why that one stop sign in your neighborhood is set farther back than others? Or what bicyclist and pedestrian safety measures state departments of transportation consider when designing roadways we all use? For many traffic engineers, they turn to AASTHO, the association representing highway and transportation departments.
At the National Bike Summit, attendees will hear from AASHTO’s executive director Jim Tymon and will learn how bike advocates can best influence their state departments of transportation. Register today to be a voice for bicyclists’ rights on Capitol Hill.