Denver Public Works Bicycle and Pedestrian Project Manager named ‘Professional of the Year’ by advocacy organization

Denver Public Works Bicycle and Pedestrian Project Manager named ‘Professional of the Year’ by advocacy organization

Denver Public Works is proud to announce that Emily Snyder, Bicycle and Pedestrian Project Manager for the department, has been named one of two 2013 Professionals of the Year for the Public Sector by the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP).

APBP is a national organization whose mission is to grow the pedestrian and bicycle profession and its influence by facilitating the exchange of professional and technical knowledge, elevating practitioners’ skills and defining the field. Snyder was recognized for her collaborative efforts to develop innovative bicycle infrastructure and effect policy change to support multi-modal transit options. Snyder was nominated for the award by many of her co-workers at the City, along with colleagues from the non-profit and private sectors. Snyder was selected from a national pool of outstanding candidates and accepted the award at the 2013 APBP Annual Conference in Boulder on September 10.

Since joining Denver Public Works as a Senior City Planner in 2009, Snyder has been focused on improving Denver’s bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure. Snyder was a driving force behind Denver Moves, Denver’s 2010 plan for expanding its bicycle and pedestrian network, and most recently led the planning effort for the innovative 15th Street Bikeway.  





Posted on September 11, 2013 (Archive on November 10, 2013)
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