Short Talks, Big Ideas: Transportation Innovations

When
April 9, 2013   6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Where
The Puck Building, The Rudin Family Forum for Civic Dialogue
295 Lafayette St., 2nd Floor
Manhattan
Cost
free
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NYU Rudin Center

Presented by the Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management

What’s new in transportation? Join the NYU Rudin Center for this high-energy series of short talks about how we’re using, improving and thinking about the future of transportation. Several speakers will make short presentations about new projects and concepts, followed by networking and refreshments. Confirmed speakers include:
- Stephanie Camay, URS, Public involvement in transportation projects
- Guillaume Charny-Brunet, FaberNovel, 6 Billion Rides
- Jeff Forcozo, Owner, Jeff Ferzoco Design and Senior Fellow, RPA, Mapping innovation
- Jeannie Kwon, MTA Capital Construction
- Bob Leonard, EarthGarage, Sustainable personal vehicles
- Alexis Perrotta, Columbia University, Can social fares improve NYCT?
- Anthony Townsend, NYU Wagner, Bike census
- Chris Whong, NYU Wagner, Baltimore Circulatorbuddy

Register at the link below, and join the discussion on Twitter at #BigIdeas13.

This event is co-sponsored by the University Transportation Research Center.