Mapping Safer Routes to School: Ohio school districts used GIS and Network Analyst to identify best walking and biking paths to district schools. The results were used to promote development of street infrastructure and mitigate sidewalk and crosswalk gaps in order to encourage students to walk and/or bike to school. The focus of the presentation will be on how GIS was used for geospatial analysis and mapping, the role of the Network Analyst extension, and a custom ModelBuilder tool developed to supplement the project. This project is a great example of how GIS was successfully used for collaboration and decision support in a real world project. Julie Walcoff, Ohio DOT and Douglas Lynch of TranSystems Mapping Bike Share Trips: NYC’s CitiBike program provides extensive open data which provides an opportunity to illuminate the spatial distribution of cycling across the city and could help officials prioritize facility improvements. GIS line density analysis on a sample of three months of bike share trip data was overlaid with New York city’s bicycle facility network to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the network in accommodating demand. Katie O’Sullivan, MA candidate at University at Albany, SUNY