2017 Professional Development Seminar Memphis, TN

June 26 – 29, 2017

Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals

2017 Professional Development Seminar Memphis, TN

June 26 – 29, 2017

Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals

2017 Professional Development Seminar Memphis, TN

June 26 – 29, 2017

Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals

2017 Professional Development Seminar Memphis, TN

June 26 – 29, 2017

Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals

2017 Professional Development Seminar Memphis, TN

June 26 – 29, 2017

Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals

APBP is headed to Memphis, Tennessee, for the 2017 Professional Development Seminar (PDS). Our theme this year is Walk and Roll: Transformations in Transportation and our tracks are focusing on Building a Diverse Profession, Implementing Complete Streets Policies, and Partnerships.

We will have a host of informative and exciting mobile tours to choose from for you to explore our host city of Memphis!

 What to expect from PDS …

Photo credit: Cheria Caldwell 

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“PDS is a unique conference designed to go deep into the most important topics in the field through intensive, hands-on sessions.” 

PDS co-chair Brian Patterson

MCIP, RPP, Urban Systems Ltd

“This is one of the most advanced PDS programs to date – you’ll learn from our field’s leading experts in flexible, innovative, and sustainable design about solutions that increase walking and biking in communities throughout North America!”

PDS co-chair Jessica Mortell

E.I.T. , Toole Design Group

“From tactical urbanism to separated bike lanes to shared space, you won’t want to miss this great line up of topics and speakers.”

Madeline Brozen

Chair of the PDS track Innovation and Experimentation, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs

“Participate in the unveiling of Complete Streets 3.0. You will learn about and solve transportation mysteries in urban, suburban, tiny town, rural, constrained right of way and transit contexts.”

Martin Guttenplan

AICP, CDM Smith, Chair of PDS track Integration and Shared Use

“Why not YES?  Whether you’re an advocate, educator, planner or engineer, we all can make YES happen in our communities!”

Mary Anne Koos

Chair of the PDS track Getting to Yes!