20×20 Campaign Meeting: Ward 4

Let’s get to work on protected bike lanes in Ward 4! Join us to get involved in strategizing and campaign planning.
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Sweaters & Sequins: the 2019 WABA Member Holiday Party

Join WABA for our annual Member Holiday Party! Come in your holiday best: sparkliest, coziest, or both!  Grab a drink, enter to win one of our fabulous raffle prizes, and mingle with fellow WABA members and staff. There will be drink specials available for purchase at the bar.

The party is free for WABA members- but please RSVP!

Questions? Email events@waba.org.

The party is free for WABA members, but please RSVP. 

If you need to purchase or renew your membership, you can do so when you register for the party, or at the door on the day of the event. 

Limited bike parking will be available until 9 PM. Franklin Hall is located a few blocks from the U St Metro. Plan a multi-modal trip — please don’t drink and bike!


Volunteer at the Holiday Party!

20×20 Meetup—Wards 1 & 2

Do you want more protected bike lanes on your route or calmer streets in your neighborhood or commute? Do you want to see faster progress on safer streets and protected bike lanes around DC? Us, too!

Come over to the WABA office on November 21 for a Ward 1 and 2 meetup and strategy session. We will dive into WABA’s 20×20 campaign to support 20 new miles of connected, protected, and equitable bike lanes in DC  and take a close look at some of the most critical opportunities is Wards 1 and 2.

We will talk strategy, fun tactics, and identify next steps for solidifying support. And, with your help, we will lay the groundwork for a fun, organized, and effective group taking on safer streets projects across Ward 1 and 2.

Come meet community advocates, neighbors, and that person you only know on Twitter, roll up your sleeves, and get started!

Safe Streets for Ward 5 Monthly Meetup

Safe Streets for Ward 5 is a group of neighbors working together for safer streets and more options for getting around the ward by foot and bike. Join us at our next monthly meeting and get involved!

You don’t need to ride a bike, you don’t need to be a traffic engineer, and you don’t need to be political. No matter your schedule and no matter your background, you have a role to play in winning safe streets across DC. We hope you can join us!

Washington Region Vision Zero Summit

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Call for Speakers and Panels

Welcome! Please submit an abstract for consideration!

All proposals must be submitted by January 15. By submitting a proposal for consideration, you agree that if selected, you will be available to present during WABA’s 2020 Washington Region Vision Zero Summit on March 19th, 2020 between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. 

  • The Call for Speakers is open until January 15th.
  • Speaker selection will take place in January. 
  • Speaker benefits include: waived registration, headshot and bio included in event materials, etc.

Submit a proposal

How speakers are chosen:

Proposals will be reviewed by WABA staff with input from Washington Region Vision Zero Summit Steering Committee members. The proposals are evaluated in whole or in part on the following criteria:

  • Timeliness of the topic
  • Speaker diversity: gender, race, ethnicity, regional representation
  • Balance of opinions (include opposing opinions as needed)
  • Subject matter is cutting-edge or presents new ideas, presented in a creative and engaging way
  • Topic is timely for the industry today and will attract attendees
  • Abstract and title of the session demonstrate the intent concisely
  • Learning objectives and learning level are well-defined and support each other
  • Attendees will able to relate to the content and apply what they’ve learned in their role
  • Technical accuracy
  • Context of the issues including real-world case studies, examples, and stories
  • Potential for audience interactive participation
  • Speaker is knowledgeable, engaging and experienced on the topic submitted
  • Overall quality of the written proposal

Code of Conduct

  • Keep proposals free of marketing, sales, and vendor pitches
  • We expect the speaker to honor his or her commitment to present the proposed subject session at the event

Read a recap of the 2019 event here.


Register now!

Register for the 2020 Vision Zero Summit below!

Having trouble registering? Try this link.