Hosted first "ATAT State of the City" meeting with Mayor Joyce Jay as a guest speaker and over 40 attendees.
Created 5 Action Teams for community support of active transportation initiatives.
"Steps and Cycles: Human Transport in Wheat Ridge" feature article in the January edition of the Neighborhood Gazette.
Worked with City Council to connect staff-recommened Capital Improvement Project priorities with community input with an emphasis on the value of regional connectivity. In particular, connecting with Denver's planned 35th Avenue Bike Boulevard and completing the gaps on 32nd Avenue [a Bike JeffCo priority route].
"Cycling to Better Transportation Options" featured article in Wheat Ridge Transcript.
3 ATAT Officers, 3 ATAT supporters and Public Works Director Scott Brink attended Colorado Bicycle Summit.