ULI/SA (POSTPONED) BIKE TRAIL TOUR #1: Mission to Medina

When

Saturday, July 18th, 2020
8:00am - 10:00am CDT

Where

Brooks Greenline Trailhead 2532 Sidney Brooks San Antonio, TX 78235 UNITED STATES

Join ULI San Antonio for the first in a series of five Saturday morning Bike Trail Tours on July 18...fun for both new and experienced riders.

 
MISSION TO MEDINA / JULY 18, 8:00AM
*Starting Point: Brooks Greenline, 2532 Sidney Brooks, SATX 78235 (SA Bike Share available)

Starting at Brooks Greenline, we’ll begin biking towards Mission Espada using trails and rural, country roads. Once at Espada, we’ll take a new greenway extension to Cassin Lake and come back via the Mission Reach. On this ride will learn about new developments and partnerships from San Antonio Parks, National Park Service, and Brooks. Approximately 13 miles. All registered riders will receive a ULI bandanna and water bottle.
 
The ULI/SA Bike Trail Tours will provide an opportunity for owners, developers and real estate practitioners to directly interact with some of San Antonio's best bicycling/walking trail systems and learn how they; improve the heath/well-being of our community, can be an important value-creation element in future developments, provide a sustainable option to future transportation networks, build community and offer a safe/fun/affordable recreation option. 
 
 

RIDE LEADERS

John Bailey
San Antonio Climate Advisor at Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
As part of the Bloomberg Philanthropies American Cities Climate Challenge, John is working with the City of San Antonio to achieve their climate change goals through improvements in public transit speed, reliability and user experience, EV-charging infrastructure, commuter incentives and an expanded high-frequency public network to achieve significant ridership increase.
 
Daniel Leal
COSA Parks & Recreation Urban Designer & Public Engagement Professional
As a 19-year Architect and Urban Planner, Daniel has a wide array of experience in the fields of Planning, Design, Project Management, Construction and Real Estate Finance.  His responsibilities include SA's Trail Design Strategy and Implementation. He is manager for the Westside Creeks, partnering with SARA to build 7.0 new miles on Apache, Alazan, Martinez and Zarzamora Creeks to increase neighborhood connectivity, quality of design and sensitivity to the Westside's unique urban character. He is a liaison with Public Art San Antonio to inspire, coordinate, and execute consistent and impactful Public Art along the Greenway and Park systems.
 
Jessica Brunson, COSA PWD
Senior Transportation Planner at City of San Antonio
Jessica is in charge of managing, design, and policy on multi-modal systems, bike infrastructure and city planning for San Antonio.
 
 
 
 
 
 ** SA Bike Share is available for this ride. Reserve your bike in advance on the SABikeShare app. Download the SA Bike Share map here.
 
 
PLEASE NOTE: This outdoor in-person gathering will be limited to the first 25 registrants and all safety precautions will be followed. Note you are attending at your own risk and your registration reflects acceptance of the waiver and release terms below.
 
Waiver and Release: I understand that my participation in the Event involves a certain degree of risk of loss, harm or injury to my person or property, including, but not limited to, harm from contracting COVID-19 or other viruses, acts of God, theft, fire or accident. I also understand that participation in this Event is entirely voluntary and requires attendees to abide by any applicable rules of conduct or local or state laws that may be announced at any time during the Event, which may include wearing personal protective gear and engaging in social distancing. While ULI is the sponsor of this Event and takes commercially reasonable steps to require the Event facility to maintain the venue in a safe and healthy condition, I understand and acknowledge that ULI has no direct control over and is not responsible for the acts or omissions of the facility or others involved in producing this event. I have carefully considered the risk involved and waive and release ULI and all its officers, directors, employees, staff, volunteers, faculty and affiliates from any and all claims, damages, injuries, or expenses that I may incur from my participation in this Event.