Thu, 06/14/2012 - 10:00 - Wed, 06/20/2012 - 14:00
Cycling in Cities’ “Tools and Training for Healthy Travel” project, which has focused on comparing cycling education materials in Canada to research on cycling safety is conducting a webinar to share their results.
The goal of the project was to review the scientific literature on cycling safety and compare that to training materials from across Canada used to train cyclists, and driving manuals that describe how drivers should act around cyclists. Now, the challenge is to work with participants to talk about the best ways to implement our recommendations.
The group will be holding two webinars to present their findings and answer questions, one on Wednesday, June 14th
at 10AM PDT, and one on Wednesday, June 20th
at 2PM PDT. If you are interested in attending, please fill out this form
and let them know which webinar you’ll be attending. If you are unable to attend either webinar, they will also be sending out a report of our findings around the end of June.
For further information please contact:
Research Assistant, Cycling in Cities
School of Population and Public Health | Faculty of Medicine | The University of British Columbia