NCDOT’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Program promotes physical and environmental health, supports tourism and local economies
Monday, February 11, 2019 at Hickory Tavern
Hanna Cockburn, Director of NCDOT’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Division, joins us for an overview and update of North Carolina’s bicycle program, Established in 1974 and the first of its kind in the nation, the NCDOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Division:
- Integrates bicycle and pedestrian safety as well as mobility and accessibility into North Carolina’s overall transportation system
- Maintains a network of more than 3,000 miles of state and regional bicycle routes
- Educates citizens of all ages through statewide safety campaigns, such as Watch for Me NC, and promotes biking and walking to and from school through Safe Routes to Schools
Come hear the latest!
We meet at 6:00 to eat, and the meeting will start around 7:00. NCBC meetings are open to the public.
About Hanna Cockburn: Hanna has practiced transportation and land use planning in the public sector in North Carolina since 1998. She joined NCDOT in February 2018 as the Director of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Division. Last month, Hanna was appointed Interim Director of the Public Transportation Division.. Hanna holds a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell College and a Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning from Minnesota State University. She is a member of the American Planning Association, the American Institute of Certified Planners and a 2015 Local Government Fellow. She serves as the Vice President for Professional Development for the North Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association and serves on both the AASHTO Council on Active Transportation and Technical Committee on Non-Motorized Transportation.