DATHA Lecture: Sally Flocks, President and CEO of PEDS

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The Design and Technologies for Healthy Aging welcomes Sally Flocks, President and CEO of PEDS, who will speaks about "Safe Crossings in Atlanta".

The lecture meeting will be held on August 17th 9:30-11:30AM at Room 207 in the Health Systems Institute (HSI) Building, located at 828 West Peachtree Street, NW 2nd Floor Atlanta, GA 30332. Metered parking available at the address.

Sally Flocks is the President and CEO of PEDS, an advocacy organization dedicated to making metro Atlanta safe and accessible for all pedestrians. Sally founded PEDS in 1996 after brain surgery enabled her to control a seizure disorder that had prevented her from driving during most of her adult life. Sally’s efforts as President of PEDS have prompted changes at the local, regional and state levels in Georgia, including making high-visibility crosswalk markings the state standard, publication of a state pedestrian facilities design guidebook, and installation of in-street crosswalk signs, red light cameras, pedestrian refuge islands and HAWK signals. Sally’s presentation will discuss the need for increased investment in sidewalk maintenance in the City of Atlanta and for safe crossings at transit stops throughout the region.

Sally served previously on the Board of Directors of America Walks and on the steering committees of Complete Streets and the Safe Routes to School National Partnership.


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  • Created By: Claudia Rebola
  • Created: 08/10/2011
  • Modified By: Fletcher Moore
  • Modified: 10/07/2016

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