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A Conversation about Electric Bikes
Bicycling has been an enduring presence in American public life for well over a century, at times booming in popularity. We are currently experiencing another "bike boom," due in part to the rise in popularity of electric bicycles, or e-bikes.

Recently, there have been a lot of questions regarding possible regulation of e-bikes in Nashville. With these questions in mind, a panel of national, regional, and local transportation advocates and experts is convening to discuss and bridge any understanding gaps surrounding e-bikes, and e-bike usage.

Hosted by Walk Bike Nashville and Nashville BCycle, the conversation hopes to help answer the questions: what exactly are e-bikes, who is riding them, and why it matters. The panel's conversation should also cover safety, infrastructure, bike share, common policies, practices, and enforcement.


Dr. Chris Cherry, Professor in Civil Engineering at the University of Tennessee
Lindsey Ganson, Director of Advocacy and Communications at Walk Bike Nashville
Ash Lovell, Ph.D., Electric Bicycle Policy and Campaign Director at PeopleforBikes

Moderated by Michael Briggs, AICP, Assistant Director of Mobility at Vanderbilt University.

Hosted by Elese Daniel, General Manager at Nashville BCycle.

Information illustrated by Ayumi Bennett.

Mar 9, 2022 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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