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Tuesday, March 8 • 9:45am - 11:15am
Bicycling to and through America’s Treasured Landscapes

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Bicycling to and through national parks and other federal lands are some of the most iconic bicycling experiences the United States has to offer. One third of the acreage of the United States is entrusted to the federal land management agencies—the National Park Service, US Forest Service, US Fish and Wildlife Service, the Bureau of Land Management, US Army Corps of Engineers, and the Bureau of Reclamation. Learn what these agencies, the Federal Highway Administration, and their partners are doing to improve bicycling and how you might be able to contribute.


Susan Law

FHWA - Western Federal Lands
As a transportation "plan-gineer" for FHWA-Federal Lands Highway, Susan Law has worked in a broad set of capacities to improve bicycle access to and within Federal Lands. She has managed the development of two bike-related research publications aimed at Federal Land Management Agencies, and is currently managing a regional Bike/Ped Plan aimed at providing safer access to a National Wildlife Refuge in Idaho.


Nathan Caldwell

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Nola Chavez

National Park Service
I am very fortunate to be a transportation planner for the National Park Service (NPS) at the Denver Service Center, which provides technical assistance as requested to any of the 409 NPS units. My primary focus is on alternative modes of transportation including bicycles. I am also one of two NPS representatives serving on the Transportation Research Board Committee on Transportation Needs of National Parks and Public Lands.

Laurie Miskimins

As a transportation planner for Federal Lands Highways, I have worked on a number of documents, studies, projects, and policies related to providing and managing bicycle access to and within Federal Lands (NPS, FWS, USFS, BLM, USACE, BOR).

Krista Sherwood

National Park Service
Krista Sherwood is a Transportation Planner for the National Park Service, working with the Washington Office Transportation Branch. Krista has successfully managed and supported alternative transportation partnership efforts that enhance connections between National Park units and their surrounding communities.
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Saara Snow

Travel Initiatives Coordinator, Adventure Cycling Association

Tim Young

Wyoming Pathways

Tuesday March 8, 2016 9:45am - 11:15am
Conference Room 12 One floor up from registration

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