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Rail~Volution 101 AICP CM 2
What have we learned during Rail~Volution’s first twenty years? How can we make a place better? What are the fundamental principles of building livable communities with transit? What have we learned across disciplines in the public, private, nonprofit and philanthropic sectors? How can transit-oriented design be a catalyst for positive solutions, as well as meeting energy and environmental challenges? How do green design, reduced trips and energy usage, and a smaller carbon footprint come into play? How can we promote long-term sustainable economic growth in our neighborhoods? Hear the voices of experience from Rail~Volution’s first two decades. Participate in an in-depth discussion on where we’ve been and where we go from here. What’s changed? What’s happening? What’s ahead?
Moderator: Tim Baldwin, Principal, Rocky Mountain West Transit & Urban Planning; Associate, Steer Davies Gleave, Denver, Colorado
Dan Bartholomay, Chief Executive Officer, Rail~Volution, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Shelley Poticha, Director, Urban Solutions, Natural Resources Defense Council, Washington, DC
Scot Spencer, Associate Director for Advocacy and Influence, Annie E Casey Foundation, Baltimore, Maryland
Peter McLaughlin, County Commissioner, Hennepin County, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Earl Blumenauer, 3rd District, Oregon, United States Congress, Washington, DC
GB Arrington, Principal, GB Place Making, Portland, Oregon