2015 News + Events
Jan 16

Alta Bicycle Share has new name: Motivate!

Following the acquisition of Alta Bicycle Share, the bike share company has been renamed “Motivate.” Motivate will continue to bring unparalleled experience in building and operating large, complex bike share systems. The name change is effective immediately. Alta Planning + Design is proud to have been part of the movement that brought bike share to […]

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Jan 12

Mia Birk and Bryan Jones to speak at Fort Ord Trails Symposium

Alta President, Mia Birk, is the keynote speaker at the Fort Ord Trails Symposium next week at California State University Monterey Bay, January 22. Bryan Jones, Senior Engineer at Alta, will also present on “Creating Great Communities Through Transportation by Designing for People and Place.” http://www.fora.org/Symposium.html  

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2014 News + Events
Nov 17

Tom Tavella, National Design Leader, Joins Alta Planning + Design

Alta is pleased to announce that Tom Tavella, Immediate Past President of the American Society for Landscape Architects, has joined Alta Planning + Design. Tom is a national leader in landscape architecture, and brings more than 26 years of experience to Alta, with a diverse portfolio of award-winning projects across the US. He takes pride in […]

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Oct 13

Alta celebrates the launch of Pronto Cycle Share in Seattle!

Pronto Cycle Share, Seattle’s first-ever bike share system, is officially open to the public today, bringing 500 bikes and 50 stations to neighborhoods across the city. The system launched following this morning’s inaugural ride and press conference hosted by Pronto, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, sponsors and other key supporters. Alta Planning + Design is proud […]

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Oct 9

Charlotte NC NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide Workshop

The City of Charlotte, in partnership with the Knight Foundation and NACTO, are offering a full-day workshop focusing on innovative bikeway design. Registration closes on Friday, October 3, 2014 so sign up now!  http://ow.ly/CadEf  Learn how to tailor the most appropriate treatments for your community from the six sections in this revolutionary design guide: Cycle Tracks Intersection Treatments Signals Bicycle […]

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Oct 30

IBPI: Trail Design, 1.5-Day Workshop

Portland State University’s IBPI program is excited to announce an upcoming professional development workshop with an exclusive focus on designing bicycle and pedestrian multi-use trails. Taught by designers from Alta Planning + Design, this is a highly interactive course that includes classroom presentations and field tours of some of the biggest trail challenges and best […]

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