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Monday, March 5 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Tech Approaches to Safety Advocacy

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There is more than one way to Cleveland, there is more than one way to ride a bike, and there is more than one way to advocate for cyclist safety. Join a panel of bike advocates, tech entrepreneurs, lawyers, and city bike coordinators who are creating different technological solutions to address the common problem of road safety for cyclists.

Henderson, Nevada City Bike Coordinator, Cyclist, and Engineer- Scott Jarvis, will moderate the panelists as they each tell the stories behind what inspired their innovations and how their services and products are working beyond concept and out on the streets.

You will hear from Craig Davis, founder of cyclistvideoevidence.com, which promotes the use of on-bike video cameras to be used to gather evidence of unsafe motorist behavior and works with law enforcement to prosecute egregious cases of unsafe motorist behavior towards bicyclists.

Amy Benner Johnson of Benner Law Firm, LLC and Bike Law will present studies and stories around bicycle laws enforcement and demonstrate Codaxus LLC’s “C3FT”, a unique device enabling public education about and enforcement of Safe Passing and Vulnerable User Laws.

Lynsie Campbell, founder of LaneSpotter, a mapping and navigation tool created by and for cyclists will present on how they collected data, maps, and insights from the cycling communities in several large American cities- and more importantly how that data might be used as another tool to build the case for bike safety advocacy.

The panel will end with time for questions from the audience.

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Scott Jarvis

Bicycle Program Manager, City of Henderson
I am a cyclist and an engineer. I love having the opportunity to merge my two passions and help create a healthy vibrant community for people to live work and play. I have been in the engineering profession for more than 20 years, and serve as the bicycle program manager for our Silver... Read More →

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Lynsie Campbell

Founder, LaneSpotter
LaneSpotter is mapping and navigation created for cyclists by cyclists, with a focus on safety. Cyclists use LaneSpotter to create the safest routes from Point A to Point B using the company's bike maps, community-sourced, street-level safety ratings and real-time alerts platform... Read More →
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Craig Davis

Founder, CyclistVideoEvidence.com
Craig Davis, was an avid cyclist. The best part of his day was a daily morning 36 mile ride on his DeRosa single speed: 53 * 11. He stopped cycling in October 2015 because he did not feel safe cycling on the roads. He has been interviewed on CNN and NPR and has spoken at the California... Read More →
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Amy Johnson

Attorney, Bike Law Tennessee
Bike accident attorney Amy Benner has been riding a bike as a triathlete and a commuter since 2005. After experiencing cyclist infrastructure elsewhere, Amy made it her goal to see these same options available in Tennessee. Along the way, Amy realized she is in a position to fight... Read More →

Monday March 5, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm EST
Congressional Ballroom A