Strategies to End Fatal Bicycle Crashes in Iowa: Policy, legislative, and infrastructure solutions
Presented Wednesday, December 20, 2017
This webinar provides an overview of where Iowa stands in terms of bicyclist crashes and fatalities, the status of the Iowa DOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Long Range Plan, engineering and policy solutions, and priorities and recommendations for the 2018 legislative session. The mother of Sylvia Clark-Hansen, who was killed in a bicycle-motor vehicle crash in October, also shares her story.
Webinar Panelists (in order of presentation)
- Cara Hamann, MPH, PhD, Policy Fellow, University of Iowa Institute of Public Health Research and Policy; Core Faculty, University of Iowa Injury Prevention Research Center
- Garrett Pedersen, CPM, Planning Team Leader, Office of Systems Planning, Iowa Department of Transportation
- Colleen Hansen, Mother of Sylvia Clark-Hansen
- Mark Wyatt, Director, Iowa Bicycle Coalition
Note: There are a few slides toward the beginning of the webinar recording that have digital anomalies, but they work themselves out, so please continue to watch.
Sponsored by the UI Institute of Public Health Research and Policy, Iowa Bicycle Coalition, and the UI Injury Prevention Research Center