The 2016 statewide Vermont Walk/Bike Summit will be held in Rutland on Friday and Saturday, April 1 and 2. The two-day Summit offers both indoor and outdoor workshops. Friday features four themes: Built Environment; Advocacy and Education; Safety Education and Enforcement; and Economic Development, with three sessions each highlighting current and future initiatives to advance Vermont’s pedestrian and bicycle landscape. Other features include peer exchanges, a highly acclaimed keynote, vendor displays and much more. On Saturday, April 2, the Summit will feature mobile workshops. Participants can choose from six options, allowing them to explore the region by way of walking, hiking and biking. Statewide, much is being done to facilitate the advancement of bicycling and pedestrian initiatives that strengthen Vermont’s transportation infrastructure. To register, visit walkbikesummitvt.com.