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Paving bicycling’s path to redemption in the future of active travel

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Note this seminar is on a Friday, not the usual Wednesday.

Kevin J. Krizek is Professor of Environmental Design and Transport at the University of Colorado where he also serves as Outreach and Education Coordinator for Sustainability initiatives. He is a 2013-14 fellow of the Leopold Leadership Program and for 2013-14, has been awarded a U.S.-Italy Fulbright Scholarship. Krizek heads the Active Communities / Transportation (ACT) Research Group–graduate students and researchers studying how land use-transportation policies influence household residential location decisions and travel behavior (including walking and cycling). He is appointed to the bicycle transportation committee of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, and is the Senior Transportation Fellow for the Environmental Center at CU.

This talk is part of the MRC Epidemiology and CEDAR Seminars series.

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