10 in 1 StreetTalk: Ten Transportation Talks
Tuesday, December 13, 2011, 6:00pm-9:00pm
@ 70 Pacific St Cambridge, MA 02139 (around the corner from our office)
$5-$15 suggested donation. Beverages provided.
>>For 2013 event details plese see this link: http://livablestreets.info/event/3rd-annual-10-1-streettalk<<
Do you want to learn about transit equity and the Silver Line, youth empowerment through cycling, and a Broadway Bikeway and Urban Renewal proposal all in the same night? Come hear innovative transportation research and advocacy stories given by students, advocates, consultants, planners and engineers from around the Boston area. Come enjoy 10, seven minute presentations from case studies as far as Glasgow, Scotland to projects as close to home as Massachusetts Avenue.
70 minutes of presentations with a "social break" in the middle to chat, ask questions, network and discuss presentations.
Presentation Line Up:
"Bikeway Funding Changes, Challenges, and Opportunities" by John Hersey
"Mass Ave:The Struggle for a Livable Street in East Arlington" by Phil Goff
"Youth Cycling Program and Leadership" by Melissa Santley
"Live Work and Play in Reston, VA: life in a planned community" by Galen Mook
"Residential Parking Requirements in Brookline" by Linda Olson Pehlke
"Advocating for 8-80 Cities:Lessons from Gil Penalosa" by Alyson Fletcher
"Transportation in Beijing" by Charlie Denison
"Broadway Bikeway and Urban Renewal Project" by Mike Tremblay
"Silver Line and Transit Equity Documentary" by Kris Carter
"An Engineer's Prospective on European Cycling and Land Design" by Tom Bertulis, PE
LivableStreets is your advocate for a balance of biking, walking, and transit with automobiles—creating safe streets and livable communities—making the Boston region a better place to live, work, and play.