Pucher discusses “cycling for everyone” before overflow crowd at UNC Chapel Hill

February 13, 2013

This semester John Pucher is a visiting professor at UNC Chapel Hill’s Department of City & Regional Planning. He recently gave an enthusiastic and passionate talk “Promoting Cycling and Walking for Sustainable and Healthy Cities: Lessons from Europe and North America” expressing his views on “cycling for everyone” before an overflow crowd, and will be giving a repeat performance at UNC on March 26 in a much larger venue. If you are in the UNC Chapel Hill area in March, make sure to save the date!

You can see photos of John’s talk at the UNC Department of City & Regional Planning Facebook page.

 

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