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What better way to conclude the International Bicycle Urbanism Symposium than with a panel of dynamic speakers from across the globe? We’re delighted to confirm that June 21 closing plenary session will feature:

  • The Honorable Julie Anne Genter, Member of Parliament (New Zealand)
  • Dr. Eva Heinen, Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen (The Netherlands)
  • Dr. Haixiao Pan, Department of Urban Planning, Tongji University (China)

For more about MP Genter:

For more about Dr. Heinen:

More information about Dr. Pan to follow.

To register for the Bicycle Urbanism Symposium visit

Photo of John Pucher

We are thrilled to announce that John Pucher will give the opening keynote address on June 20! Dr. Pucher is a professor of Urban Planning in the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University where his research is focused on improving the safety, convenience and feasibility of walking and cycling in cities. He recently co-edited “City Cycling,” published by MIT Press in October 2012

For more on Dr. Pucher visit

To register for the Bicycle Urbanism Symposium visit


Registration includes access to all plenary and track sessions, the opening reception on Wednesday evening, dinner on Thursday and a light breakfast and lunch on Thursday and Friday.

We are pleased to offered discounted registration to a limited number of students on a first-come, first-served basis. Students should register with a .edu email address and will be asked to upload proof of full-time enrollment.

Registration Levels:

General Participant Early | $300 | Available until March 10

General Participant | $350 | After March 10

Student Participant | $150 | Limited quantity

Refund policy: Full refund through 4/19/13, partial refund through 5/19/13. See registration form for details.

Details about the program will be updated on the Bicycle Urbanism Symposium website on an ongoing basis. Track sessions and field trips will be identified in early March.

Wednesday, June 19 - Opening Reception (evening)

Thursday, June 20 - AM Plenary Sessions, PM Track Sessions, Dinner

Friday, June 21 - AM Track Sessions, PM Plenary Session

Saturday, June 22 - Organized field trip(s) by bicycle


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