In this e-bike-riding session, we will visit several recent trail projects on or near Lady Bird Lake, Austin’s premier downtown trail system. Among the stops will be the boardwalk (1.3-miles long), an award-winning park restroom, an abandoned right-on-the-water industrial building (new use in progress) and a soon-to-be re-purposed 19th century railroad trestle. Attention will be paid to describing the park and urban context and how the two interact.
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About the Presenter:
Alfred Godfrey, IAI, LEED AP, is a principal with Limbacher & Godfrey Architects, an award-winning architecture, planning and historic preservation firm based in Austin, Texas. He is best known for his work on the Barton Springs Pool Master Plan, the Historic Deep Eddy Bathhouse Rehabilitation and the award-winning Boardwalk on Lady Bird Lake. He is currently working on the Dripping Springs Natural Area—2018 Overview Plan for the Bureau of Land Management. Dripping Springs is part of the 1.5 million acre Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument in Las Cruces, New Mexico.