Sharing the Road: The Benefits of More Walking and Biking in Our Communities

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Peter Skopec
State Director

Author: Peter Skopec

State Director

(608) 268-1656

Started on staff: 2012
B.A., magna cum laude, Northwestern University

Peter directs WISPIRG’s campaigns to defend consumer protections, expand public transportation, get lead out of school drinking water, and shine a light on dark money spending in elections. He has trained hundreds of activists and volunteers to advocate for the public interest, and has earned coverage in state and national publications, including POLITICO, Bloomberg and USA Today. He is also on the Steering Committee of the RE-AMP Midwest nonprofit and foundation collaborative, and is a founding member of the Wisconsin Climate Table. Peter lives in Madison, Wisc.

In this webinar, Gregg May of 1000 Friends of Wisconsin and Caressa Givens of the Wisconsin Bike Federation discuss the benefits of incorporating more walking and biking infrastructure into our communities' transportation systems, and offer tips on how to enjoy our walking and biking trails safely during COVID-19. This is the first in a series of webinars hosted by the Coalition for More Responsible Transportation (CMRT).

Peter Skopec
State Director

Author: Peter Skopec

State Director

(608) 268-1656

Started on staff: 2012
B.A., magna cum laude, Northwestern University

Peter directs WISPIRG’s campaigns to defend consumer protections, expand public transportation, get lead out of school drinking water, and shine a light on dark money spending in elections. He has trained hundreds of activists and volunteers to advocate for the public interest, and has earned coverage in state and national publications, including POLITICO, Bloomberg and USA Today. He is also on the Steering Committee of the RE-AMP Midwest nonprofit and foundation collaborative, and is a founding member of the Wisconsin Climate Table. Peter lives in Madison, Wisc.