A part of the American Trails Advancing Trails Webinar Series, “From the Driveway to the Trailhead – The Missing Link,” will explore the elements of street design, the value of local and regional partnerships, and the use of advocacy that can help to make your community more bicycle and pedestrian friendly. The presenters will relate the success and experience of expanding the traditional trail organization into an effective multi-modal initiative to get improved trail, sidewalks, bike lanes, and the community support for such in your community.
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The presenter, Terry Whaley, is the Executive Director of Ozark Greenways, Inc. in Springfield, MO and is also a member of the American Trails Board. Since 1995, Terry’s duties with Ozark Greenways, Inc. include the promotion and education of linear parks, greenways, and trails to the Ozark Greenways membership and general public. Read Terry’s article in a previous issue of the American Trails Magazine, “Solving Policy Issues for Trails and Greenways.”
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