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Explore how transit and TOD can – and should – evolve to achieve their intended goals.Learn about the importance of clearly articulated shared goals in today’s reality.With today’s record-breaking urban land prices, what’s the story?Take a look back at transit investment, then see what’s happening today. How can we best communicate issues and mitigate unintended outcomes?
What are strategies for meaningful community engagement?Moderator: Allison Billings, Principal, Innovative Urban Strategies, Boulder, CO Eric Engstrom, Principal Planner, City of Portland, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, Portland, OR Eric Engstrom Presentation Alysia Osborne, Director of Historic West End, Charlotte Center City Partners, Charlotte, NC Renee Martinez-Stone, Director, West Denver Renaissance Collaborative, Denver, CO Art is a powerful way to engage community members and support dialogue about race and social justice.Learn how transit agencies are working with artists, community-based organizations, local governments and foundations to engage residents in developing art that can be installed at transit stations.Explore the Core Capacity Transit Study from the San Francisco Bay Area.
Hear about Seattle’s voter-approved, high-capacity network expansion for Sound Transit.
Moderator: Benito Perez, Parking/Curbside Management and Operations Planner, District Department of Transportation, Washington, DC Rachel Weinberger, Principal, Weinberger & Associates Urban Solutions, New York, NY Jane Lipton, Executive Director, Manayunk Development Corporation, Philadelphia, PA Jane Lipton Presentation Matt Eierman, Parking Services Manager, City of Sacramento, Sacramento, CA Lance Bernard, Senior Associate Planner, SRF Consulting Group, Inc., Minneapolis, MN Lance Bernard Presentation Autumn of 2016 saw a record 0 billion in local funding approved to expand transit in communities across the US.