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PASSES

All Access ModeShift Pass
Conference April 18-19 + events all week.
$175 or Pay-What-You-Can*
An all access pass grants you access to the main conference on April 18-19 and all conference events.  Registration for individual MasterClasses is on a first-come-first-serve basis. Space is limited.

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IMPORTANT: Once you register for an all-access pass, please sign up for individual master classes using the “FREE” option for each below. No additional payment is required.

Day Pass Only
For either April 18 or 19
$100 or Pay-What-You-Can
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INDIVIDUAL MASTERCLASSES and LECTURES
Note: Access to all MasterClasses below are free with a conference pass above, but you are still required to register. Thanks!

Street Fight: An Evening with Janette Sadik-Khan
April 16 at the WAG (doors 6:30)
Followed by a panel discussion and after party at The Good Will Social Club (doors 8:30)
$25, Pay-What-You-Can OR free with All Access Pass
Includes a copy of Janette’s book :”Street Fight: Handbook For an Urban Revolution”
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Tactical Urbanism and the Lean Start-up Method with Robin Mazumder
Full day. April 17 at the Hive
$50, Pay-What-You-Can OR free with All Access Pass
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Dutch Design with Herbert Tiemens
Two days. April 16-17
The Forks Market, Second Floor, Northwest corner near the former Forks offices and boardroom. Look for ModeShift posters!
$100, Pay-What-You-Can OR free with All Access Pass
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(Made possible by MORR Transportation and Scatliff + Miller + Murray)

Study Designs in Traffic Injury Prevention with Kay Teschke
Half Day. April 20
The Hive – University of Winnipeg Lockhart Hall (closest entrance is off Ellice Street, turn left upon entering. See “L” on this map. Room overlooks Ellice street)
$25, Pay-What-You-Can OR free with All Access Pass
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*Special thanks to our paying professional attendees, our sponsors and our  partners for making the pay-what-you-can option possible.