Thursday, March 21, 2019 | 7:00 PM
4th Floor Skyline Room, Parkway Central Library
1901 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA
How we move throughout the city and beyond is changing. How and when goods are delivered to us is changing, too. Could new transportation technology and services deliver solutions to long-standing problems? Could congestion, unproductive commute times, and dangerous crashes be a thing of the past?
Join DVRPC and the Free Library of Philadelphia for an engaging panel discussion to explore the new trends and projects that will shape the future of transportation in Philadelphia.
Leslie S. Richards
Secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT)
General Manager, SEPTA
Michael A. Carroll
Deputy Managing Director for Transportation, City of Philadelphia
Director of Mid-Atlantic Public Affairs, Lime
Executive Director, DVRPC (Moderator)
This event is a part of the Free Library’s exhibition of Philadelphia: The Changing City, which draws from 300 years of prints, photographs, documents, and maps to reveal the planned and unplanned changes that have affected Philadelphia’s landscape, buildings, and inhabitants. The exhibit closes on April 13.
Special Thanks to Promotional Partners:
Communities in Motion, WTS Philadelphia, PenTrans, ULI Philadelphia, Delaware Valley Smart Growth Alliance, AARP - Pennsylvania
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Philadelphia, PA, US