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State department of transportation executives participated in a three-hour, 10-mile long “mobile workshop” on July 17 led by the Washington State DOT, the City of Spokane, and transportation technology firm Iteris during the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’ 2018 Joint Policy Committee in Spokane, Washington.

The workshop, which explored strategies for increasing bicycle transportation options partly as a way to improve safety and increase mobility, included a stop at Spokane’s Kendall Yards development; a new 78-acre residential community being crafted from a former rail yard and built with deliberate proximity to the city’s main bike artery, the Centennial trail.

 

 

 

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