What is the future of transportation in Seattle? What can Seattle learn from other cities?
The Seattle Department of Transportation is bringing the expertise of national and international leaders who transformed cities through transportation to help Seattle see our streets and sidewalks in a new light. Join these leaders as they challenge us to develop a transportation system than can meet current demands while also looking ahead to future needs.
Come hear about the effects of new technology, demographic changes, quick project delivery, and emerging public space needs on transportation, as well as the impact transportation can have on Seattleites’ health, prosperity and happiness. Together, let’s find the answer to “Where are We Going?”
April 15 | “Changing Lanes: Blueprints for a New Road Order”
Speaker: Janette Sadik-Khan of Bloomberg Associates, former NYC Transportation Commissioner under Mayor Bloomberg
Moderator: Ross Reynolds, KUOW
Location: Great Hall at Town Hall
RSVP here: https://janettesadikkhan.eventbrite.com
May 6 |“Mobility as a Force for Health, Wealth and Happiness”
Speaker: Gil Penalosa, CEO of 8-80 cities and former Parks Commissioner of Bogotá, Colombia
Moderator: Carolyn Adolph, KUOW
Location: Seattle Central Library
RSVP here: https://gilpenalosa.eventbrite.com
June 10 | “Build a Better Block: Rethinking Streets & Sidewalks as a Social Setting”
Speaker: Jason Roberts of The Better Block
Moderator: Joshua McNichols, KUOW
Location: Nesholm Family Lecture Hall at McCaw Hall
RSVP here: https://betterblock.eventbrite.com
All start times are 6 p.m. All events are free.
More information and speaker bios are available on the Seattle Department of Transportation’s website.