Biking and Walking in the COVID Era - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Biking and Walking in the COVID Era

April 23, 2020, Noon to 1 p.m. CT

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Virtual Discussion on ZOOM

Hosted by: Illinois Environmental Council, Metropolitan Planning Council

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Metropolitan Planning Council

Join us on Thursday, April 23, Audrey Wennink, Director of Transportation, featured speaker in a segment of Illinois Environmental Council's conversation series.


Illinois Environmental Council (IEC) is teaming up with many of their affiliates, elected leaders and other experts to offer educational sessions about the issues facing our environment, food systems, infrastructure and good governance every weekday at lunchtime.

On Thursday, April 23, Audrey Wennink, Director of Transportation, and Lynda Lopez of Active Transportation Alliance discuss our options for biking and walking while our regular roads and paths are closed.

Register now to receive an email with the full schedule, webinar link and calendar invitations.

As we all do our part to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we hope this series will provide our beloved environmental community in Illinois a much-needed sense of connection, support and belonging.

This conversation is from 12:00p.m. - 1:00p.m. CST

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