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Mobile Workshops are your opportunity to experience the host city on foot, bicycle, transit and/or kayak. Fees collected for Mobile Workshops will directly support local charities, non-profit organizations, and/or underwrite conference legacy projects. Mobile Workshops will be offered Sunday afternoon (September 16), Monday and Tuesday mornings (September 17 and 18) and Wednesday (September 19).
For Monday and Tuesday mornings we are offering longer breakout sessions for those who are not participating in Mobile Workshops. Each day we will have four three hour breakout sessions from which to choose. There is no additional fee to participate in these Super Sessions.
For the complete descriptions of Mobile Workshops and Super Sessions please see our program.
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MWS01: Public Space, Music and Culture in New Orleans Walking Tour (0 seats remaining) - $25
MWS02: Trekkin' in Treme: A Taste of the Historic Treme' Neighborhood Walking Tour (0 seats remaining) - $25
MWS03: Public Art, Placemaking, and Controversy Bike Tour (0 seats remaining) - $25
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MW001: Focus on Safe Routes to School Tour and Service (11 seats remaining) - $25
MW002: Rising Stars and the Southern Bells of Bayou Road Bike Tour (12 seats remaining) - $25
MW003: City of Gretna: Our Story of Inspiration and Progress (22 seats remaining) - $25
MW004: Neighborhood Storytelling Projects of New Orleans Bike Tour (16 seats remaining) - $25
MW005: The Trail to Recovery: Rebuilding a Better St Bernard Parish after Katrina Bus and Walking Tour (18 seats remaining) - $25
MW006: The Lafitte Greenway on Foot (12 seats remaining) - $25
MW008: Bike Tour of New Orleans’ Pumps and Levees (0 seats remaining) - $25
MW009: Transit Oriented Development of New Orleans Walking and Transit Tour (12 seats remaining) - $25
MW010: Bottom of the Bowl Bike Tour (20 seats remaining) - $25
MW007: Walkability, Roll-ability, Possibility: Integrating Accessibility into Your Walking Audits (21 seats remaining) - $25
MW011: A History of Coffee in New Orleans Bike Tour (15 seats remaining) - $25
SS001: Planning for Autonomous Vehicles (277 seats remaining) - $0
SS002: Creating Place (272 seats remaining) - $0
SS003: Inequality (276 seats remaining) - $0
SS004: Radical Transformations (287 seats remaining) - $0
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MW104: Bastion: A Community of Purpose and Passion for a Warriors Care Bike Tour (25 seats remaining) - $25
MW105: A Zest for the Best: Community Health Strategies in Action Bike Tour (11 seats remaining) - $25
MW106: Algiers Point Jazz Walk Place Game Ferry and Walking Workshop (16 seats remaining) - $25
MW107: New Orleans Riverfront Redevelopment Bus and Walking Tour (16 seats remaining) - $25
MW108: Historic Preservation as Economic Development: A Walking Tour of the Vieux Carre' (11 seats remaining) - $25
MW109: Exploring the New Orleans Bike Network (0 seats remaining) - $25
MW110: “Old” Fat City Mural Project Bus and Walking Tour (17 seats remaining) - $25
MW114: Nurture in Nature Bike Tour (8 seats remaining) - $25
MW111: The Pythian Building Walking Tour (25 seats remaining) - $25
MW112: Advanced Topics in Shared Space Design (16 seats remaining) - $25
MW113: New Orleans Transit Tour: What’s Working, What’s Not from an Advocacy Perspective (22 seats remaining) - $25
MW103: New Orleans Healthy Food Retail Bike Tour (24 seats remaining) - $25
SS101: Building Better Bicycling Infrastructure (259 seats remaining) - $0
SS102: Principles and Purpose (289 seats remaining) - $0
SS103: Data (277 seats remaining) - $0
SS104: Urban Sustainability (282 seats remaining) - $0
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MW201: Walk, Bus, and Kayak Tour of the New Orleans’s Other Historic Waterfront (Lake Pontchartrain) (17 seats remaining) - $75
MW202: Functional Ambiance: Balancing place and flow through participatory design sessions (15 seats remaining) - $70
MW203: Paper Monuments (18 seats remaining) - $25
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Open Streets Summit V
Time: Sunday, September 16
A limited number of rooms at a special conference rate are available at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, 500 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA. The rate is $179 USD for a single/double + applicable taxes. The hotel is accessible by public transportation and is located in a walkable and bicycle friendly area. Rooms may be reserved online or by calling the hotel by/before August 25, 2018.
Mobile Workshop registration fees will not be refunded. The conference registration fee is refundable less a $100 USD cancellation fee if the conference registration center is notified in writing of the cancellation by August 16, 2018. (An email sent to
No refund of payment is possible if notice is received after August 16, 2018. No refunds will be made in the event of a no-show. In the event of cancellation or over-subscription to the conference, Project for Public Spaces' may retain a portion of the registration fee to cover damages it has incurred.
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