2016 WALKABLE WASHINGTON
SYMPOSIUM & AWARDS
Bellevue City Hall, Washington | Tuesday, June 7, 2016
The Walkable Washington Symposium & Awards is the state’s only event designed to provide helpful resources, network opportunities with over 150 planners, landscape architects, engineers, non-profit leaders, educators, and community advocates, and to recognize outstanding projects through our Innovation Awards.
Meet the designer of the people-powered Walk Score. Dr. Scharnhorst of Redfin is currently examining livability. He will unveil a new tool that assesses how many jobs are connected by walking and public transportation.
Over the last 25 years, Kim has enjoyed a number of transportation planning and policy roles in Bellevue and Renton, a statewide business, labor and environmental political advocacy organization, the Washington State Legislature and the Washington State Department of Transportation’s Public Transportation Office.
Sessions focus on the following areas:
Design and Engineering
Advocacy and Encouragement
Vision and Planning
Continuing education credits are available for AICP professionals.
Considering attending our event this year? Take a look at the keynote and speakers from our 2015 Walkable Washington Symposium Program.